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IKroiath Osllj, April II )
have gad count) bridge.
An Indian boy ht the government In
dlnn chool died yeaUrdny ami was
buried tin morning iti lliu Fairviow
Win. Revel wm examining hi gun
tlili morning, when it wit accidentally
diacaurged, iitakiug n pninful wound in
Hi led liauil.
Soe election proclamation providing
(or a special election to vote on the que
lion of laaulug (IU,t)U) iu county bonds
Id IiiiiIiI lirlJKo-
J M. llrnull, the Highland grocery
uisu, h Improving dig property by plant
lug shade trees. Thia spring hit Iiuh mt
out over two hundred cot t in wood tree.
Miaa Iim Hughes, daughter of the
nhtnr o( iIiIb niKr, will leave Hint liven
ing' for Kan Francisco. Klio wii hmimI
tlit Hiiuiiuiir with relative In Northern
tijiiiucl A. Hawk, special agent fur tho
general land ollloo at 'l iiceon, ii in tim
cit), tho guest of lilt dicmi, N. II Hoolh,
tin real estate bgetit. Mr. Hawk ia tin
Iiih way I" Prteoott, Annum.
Tina morning F.dwatd Medial, chair
Bj.iii of the democratic central commiilce,
fiijvl n bonllro all liy hiiukvlf near Inn
ilmp ou Firtl atreul. Ho waa no doubt
cdubralitig tho lle election.
K Mandell, of New York, one. of Iho
lc.idiug cillL'llH of the llU'lrOpjIlH, llllll
father of the honored mayor of Allui
iUiHUt, arnvril last evening, ami will
remain iKivoral weeks.
List week two Mexican herderw on tho
iliwp ranch of Williiuii Fraor, out in
tlu rfandm muunlaiiiM, wore accidentally
hot- olio in the liip und tho other in
oDii of Iiih huudu. '1 ho wounds nro out
George Melgar, foreman of K-iiret-cii-
talivo Frank Hublad!' ahoep ranch at
lliu X.uni Halt lake, Socorro county, ia
In the city to day. Ho eorrjboruWa the
new Hint during tho paid winter Mr,
lluliliell lost over IKXX) sheep.
Tlio present county hoard la inokirJt
after publiu improvement in alt pari
of Ilia county. Tho aum of on Ihoti
sand dollar will Im expended for a
bridge acroaa tho l'uerco at (iallup,
which la a badly needed Htructure.
Alex Hognra a few daya ago aold a
iiluo to a Scotch company for which it ih
kid he received fclO.000, and tho colu
mns it about to urocl roductiun work at
im iinim. Tho property ia locate. I id ihe
iinhn mouutalua uaat of tlna city.
Judge Wurrcn, ha received a latter
rum Denver ntatin(r that a Itaplmt linn
ti-r, nnnu-d 1). T. L'tillium, will I hi mini
o tlilrt city next week. Thero urn u
uinUir of llapliaU iu thia city who are
wthoiil a umlor. Mr. i'ulllam in hiulilv
I). II. ItobioMn, general iimnuicer of
ha Atlantlo A Pacitlc, and U. W. Mey-
eri and wifo, of the Han FolijK) hotol,
ill leavo to-nlj(ht for Now York In Mr
!ibinonV aptvcihl car. Daring Mr, May-
rtn nloucB V. A. Walker w ill olliciata
snmniiRor of tha hotel.
David UArmijo and liarnardino tlaca,
tputy aiaoeaora, returned from tlio
ountain preciucta yoaterdny, wliero
by were roooivlntr tho MaeBineiit ro
urim of the people. Thoy are bo;h com
tout oun men, and reort the eoplo
rouipl in mokioff tboir returna.
W. II. II. Mauser, an authority on
uit iiuaiiiKi called nt Tiu Uiti:.n of.
cv ami htaled that if no frol occur
ereufmr tho jk-hcIi and apricot crop will
uuuiemo thia aumtuer. Ho Iiuh exam-
fit a u u in bo r of orcliHrca anil found
le bud in perfect coudition.
llMirt(e W. l'arker and wife, who wero
ititiK tho city taut aunuuor, friouda of
a Ulna Hall, the Ureaamakor, aio in In
unta where they will rcaido in the fu-
re. Mr. Parker it a ahovp hujor and
ill Im friHiuuutly found circulalimr
oiiiid ainnnK tho aheep uion of thia
Ttia Albii(ueriuu Citukm of recent
te Kite an extended notioo to an ama
ii r ork'anication thero xhtch produced
iiamriH'k and Itoae," in which Miia
i:ufro.l Hurt, formerly of Kilvor City,
k the principal purl. Miaa Wiunio la
xajHUlbouio on tho stoe, novor fail
k' to brio n forth repeated encona. Kn
For Ilia pact few areeka the roul eatato
arket haa not been very active. Thia
im doubt, caused from tho excite
'nt oer the election, and a majority of
r cilieiia avluu a priatiteroua year for
' Hrht city ' of the territory, droppwl
I eMiitit for tho time being and worked
"Kenil) for the ejection of a rri.ubli
a mayor anil riiiiiilibf-in .tuinml.
"t wero, however, a few transfer.
aira. Dodd and Mcdulra havo two
t ulM8 ktlm of brick in preparation
ich will bo ready for tho market In i
week, llinaoitenllomao huvo two
Ma -one in tlin anutlmrn nmrt i,t II. n
J ami the other on tha mu near tlio
!terian Indian achool. Mr. Dodd,
o ! tin old brick mnaou, atat-a that
'TICK IllHl'll bar anil fmni lliu atlnlut
I. can not be vxoellod in any country
"uhj uuu uurauiiuy,
Tin. ttroaiMH'le nnw am llial II turn mi
Hue fruit crop in the section oontiff.
to the city, abould no frost oixiur in
nail few mornlnin. Them will Im
liundanoa of ieachaa, aprioota, peart
eany apn ea Httawharrlaa. nluti will
I'lplltlfu!. The irraiM cmii f nnunn
laruu in tho famnna liln Oramla
lfri will U much tkriFar thM aoaaon
"j Ibe fact that number of new vino-
Mil bo beariotf thU year. Old
...fif ra of the onlnton that
, .i.,.rw,1l ?mu h wlH not bo never
-' .o injuro tho budt.
The Jellw Tj
die' nluht at tl.. UI..II..I...III..I
l"t waa a oran.i . .
. ,, ADO lOimw
uita took IK. i. i ...i
. . watwr iu nanu iitu
m It through Id a vary orediUbl
manner! Mr a. Ilamm, Mlaaea Stevens,
llurffeaa, llrown, Ferry, Hay and Jotie
nnd Julia Ilamm. At 0 o'clock about
thirty couple took the Hour fur the (tram)
march, and dancltiK waa kept up ullh
Kreiit aplrit until near mldnlRht, when
the ladira irntisl Ibelr friends in uroups
around tho hall anil A Kood homo aupxir
waaaervexi. After supiier ilia following
ladiea and Rentlemen favorwl tho com
pany with vocal nnd inatrumental aoloe,
Inch warn highly appreciated: Mra.
llrv mi, Mian Macule Ieo and Mwara.
Dailey and Htever. Dancing waa nfler-
warda reaiiined and kept up till a late
hour. The following viaitora wero prca-
enl and are loud in praite of the ladiea:
MiHtoa Maifgie lAe, Kllpatrtck, (libeon,
Kuator, Meadaine llryau, Oobeou, Clark,
Ibiy, Meara. Newcomer, llryau, lkilwon,
Clark, HannluK, Kalluiarah, Matthewa
Tho lai) a were in clover, each ono lie-
t ii t-C well lookixl after by hla U-at irl,
while tlniMi who usually attend without
Kirla had to "lay at home. Hecial men
tion ia duu Mra. Ilauitn for her trouble
In connection with tho aupHr. Tho
mimic in umihI wuii excellent. Tho aup
mt moluded itmoiiK other dalutiea Mven
Kniluiiri of elegant let cream, tho that of
the aaiiHin. Tlio ''Ten" ladiea looked
very cute in their new apring rig-outa,
with tho additional attraction of n lieau
lif.il wliilo and gold badge inarkeil:
".lolly Ten' Udira' Night."
Notre About tlte firemen.
Tho city government keepH the de
partinent'a qtiarlora clean and iu a tidy
loo Kurr informs Tin: Ciiizi.n thin
miming that ho ia not in the Hold for
chief. Ho will, however, Imi among the
Ural to pull the hoao cart in fiiiw of a
Tho lire department, that ia tho dole
galea from Hie various enmpnuioa, will
convene in meeting at Shanlield Hook
ami ladder company Iiouhm thia evening
to aelect a chief and an aaaialant chief
for the ensuing yeur.
Tiu: Citi.kn undtrstnnila that J. ).
Miitthowa, the present chief of the de
ptirtment, ia not among the candidate
for the ofllco. Ho haa made a most ex
ceUenl chief, davoting Ins aervicea gru
tuiiously to protisjt property from lire,
and la willing to atep out, allowing ho in a
other member of tho department to till
Will Iteicko und W. II. McCormick are
prominently mentioned among tho delo
gatea for tho potdtion of chief. I Jot ti nre
llremen who havo duno good eorvicH' in
the Albuquerque tiro depnrtmeul n vol
unteer tiro company, and cither would
in ii Ito an excellent chief. Tho content
between llieeo two candidate will prob
ably bo close.
Several t amea uro mentioned for na
aiatnnl chief, among them Dave lludolph,
Hen Myer and Jacob Korber from tho
Hooka; George Ulesaner, Kcott Knight
ami Jaa. Murphy from the Hcotte, and
Kiitn MuLnughhn, Oeorgo Montgomery
nnd Harry Mandell from the (irants.
Tho comoaltiou ia good nnd a llrat claaa
iifMialnnt chief could be selected from
According to Ilnnd A MoNally'a mnp of
New Moxioo, whore the uncoullrmed
granta are printed In green color, thero
are noue of these in Colfax, Mora, Lin
coln, Cbaveii, 1-Iddy, Grant, Bierrn and
Han Juan counties; while there ia but
ono very small ou9, the Jose Sutton grant,
in San Miguel, and but two very small
otira in Dona Ana. In Ilio Arriba, Taoe.
Santr Ke, Ilerualillo, Valencia and
Hocorro, the unconfirmed granta art) lo
cated. Socorro baa but one of thowo
"bleasljv In disguise," but it ia the
largest in the territory.
PopalBlloa of Ihe World.
The Statesman's Voar Hook for 181U
eaiimatea tho world'a inhabitants last
year, exclusive of the polar regions, to
havo been 1, 407,000,000, and tho land sur
face they occupy iu whole or in part at
4d;W),000 square miles, of which 'JS.'Jl),
(XX) square milea, aro fertile, 13,001,000
steppe and 4,180,000 desert. The (Hilar
regions nro put down at 4 888,000 square
miles, with population of only about
In San Miguel county noarly 300 citi
r.on will foot) bo receiving iensiou mon
ey from tbo government, ranging in
ani'iuiita from to 81'J0 a year, so
long at tho parties live; also, it ia esti
mated that over 12)00,000 of Indian de
predation claims from that oouuty alone
will be favorably reported and paid by
the government, in tbo oext few months
J. M Saint was elected mayor of Albu
qucrque by a hnudaomo mnjority. The
cit) haa reason to oongrntulato herself
on the result of the election. Rbo could
not have done better. The republicans
elected a majority of the council, school
trustees and tho city clerk. Silver City
fallowed a Bad r'.iample.
Tho Albuquerque Democrat ia after
tho Hllical acalp of Nelll I). Field,
claiming that he assisted tho republican
in tho last city election. Perhaps Neill
waa copying after the exampla est by
the Democrat soruo few years sgti. -Silver
Tbo (lontlomeu's Driving aaeouiation
of Albuquerque haa Its annual meeting
for three days, oommcnclng April 30th.
This will Ue ono ot the Important events
Iu tbo terntory and ought to bo libeislly
patronised by every locality. Italon
Detective Leyden, ot Denver, arrived
yesterday, and left last night for home,
taking with him the prisoner, Thomas
Kelly, who murdoied James Hanrlll, a
printer, In Denver last Suuday night a
week ago, and who caoaped to this city,
where be gave himself up to Policeman
Von Lenvan. The dotactlvn was the
on est of Marshal Fait and his foroodur
Ing his stay in the New Mexico taslro po
Ki..m ih Unit. April II.)
Tho no' bridge will lai a pitying u
vestment (or tho county.
11m llnckul as lilted up it otin of the
Iieatenl atorea Iu the city.
V.x (lov. I;. (I lt mi in In the rliy from
the hunming tiiau of Deming.
The pool player, Malolie, akipd the
town leaving reverul bills. Ho is n cheap
.1 nun Cliuvrn haa Hindu n giaal piibce
mati. Hm frietidn uiilibl like In aeo him
retnitnsl on the force.
The Itio (iraiulii ih nung, having come
Up two feet in the pint thlee ila)a. That
d)ke must I o i-omple'ivl.
The Terrnco Impr iveineiit cntiipuny
sold six Iota in their addition to the city
this morning. t't the boom go mi.
W. Cul. llrown wrttia from l'nru:ville,
Va , that he la m:) pleiihed with the Wi t k
i.y Citix..n that ho Vim be consldereil a
The clerlt of the Hehixil board will
herivifter collect the poll tax. It. M. liar
Ixnir la jua' the mini to faithfully din
chaigo thia dutt.
Tho new bnurd of education ih called
to meet III the Cit) blllldillk Tueailny
evening, Aptil I Itb, at H o'clock, fur the
purKo of nrgiiiil.iiig.
The police court h lively ycNterdiiy,
and aeveril of the dellii llioudii wele
lined, One of the frin! oiien iiuide t!.e
court riMiiu lively with her ri-markH,
Judge Ion ih Hiilfermg with mi ntlin'k
of the grip, in t hIii-Um heroic.ill) lownrli.
Lait Saturila) nfteriiooti he wiih ihiii
IHilled to go home, ami Judge N. ('. ('..
lier waa eid'cd to the leiich Tin
morning Judge lo ih iniieli better, nnd
la piiHhing court biiniheih with bii iihiiiiI
John M. Itiiilhache, Ihiiiiiihh mniiiiger
of the Albuqiierquo lt"iew ii! 1hS.'I, wiih
mnrrieil nt Seattle, WiiHhingtou, April
7th, In MiiH iMopheiioGiMKlin. Mr. Hall
hache ho iuiui frieiid-i in this cit) nnd
territory, w'm will 1m plonacd to learn of
hia marring" t one of the moHt charm
ing )ouug Ilidn-H of (bo I'acillc conat.
J. V. Scl. itield, geiierul ligelit of the
lvUilllble Life Aaauriltico aiH'iety of New
Vork, came iliiWii frmn Santa Fe, Sat
urday and prepared proof of death of the
late Stephen W. While, who waa insured
in thia well ki.i.wn company, Mr. Scho
lleli! i milled tttl) fur warded the proof,
"O. KM" to ti e l.i.me ollice, ai d the
widow will re i-ive her check iih mm in iih
tho mail can cmry it.
Mr. Arthur Strong, by the invitation
of the Rev. Weight, hp-ike lust evening
in thn High! ind Mclh.'iliat churcti. For
twenty mimitcH in oirneHt, tlioiightfiil
worda he told of Iiih cuiiverHion nnd t in!
happinetH Im bin mnce exa'rieiiced lend
ing n letti r life, 'i'he large uudii-n.-e '
paid Iho riiwt nttentioii, nnd the'
young uiaii'a Miwerfui nppwil in the uu
snveil made a deep tmprcHHion. The pan
tor then gave an invitation and clo-rd
()) Friday evening, at tho paraonnge
in the HighliiudH, the K v. Wright united
in marriage Mr. Klea Nelmm and Mim
Nellie Hay. Mr. Nolaon ii a locomotive
engineer, and has had charge of 'the
sw itch engine iu the Snnta Fe yards.
He la ono of the trusted employee of the
road of whom the company may well lie
proud. Mi km Hay ia an excellent young
lady, and her many friend will unite
with Tiik Cinx in uiahing her and
her husband a lung ami happy life.
Tho Government Indian achool will
ohaorvo Arbor day on tomorrow, Tues
day, April 1 llh. Tho day was not ob-
a'rved when tho proclamation was mado
by the governor, beciiUHo nt that time
tho achool had no tree to plant. The
KUperintondeiit haa just received a largo
bill ot fruit triH-H which he tutenda to
plant with coremonlea appropriate to
an arbor day celebration. The entire
day will be devoted to the plauting of
trees, vines and llowera, except an hour
in thn afternoon from 'J to ,1 which will
I hi devoted to recitations and aougs by
the pupils, and remarks appropriate to
tho ivoaHion from other iirracnt. All
nAHiiiM 1 n t.,r..lttj I In ll,, u.V,rwi1 ir in
the excrciacH of tho day are cordislly in
vited to bo present There are to b
planted over -V) fruit tree and 1,000
Klrelien of Offlrera le Nerve far the
Delegate from the ho cnmpanieM
and I ho Hook and Ladder company mat
on Saturday evening at tin rooms of the
Sheullelil Hook and Ladder ivwparv ,
and electexl oltluirs of the lire dnparl-j
meul to serve for the eiKi'ing year For
chief of the department William I tele We,
ot the Hook and ladder company, was i
unanimousl) i hieti, a compliment just
ly laitowixl on a diecrving young man
He will aerve with credit lo lilum-lf and '
lnellt to the city. For asaistanl chief,
Samuel Mclaughlin, of the A- A. Grant
hoae company, waa cIiomii His is a
merited selection. Tho department is in
excellent condition, and in every way
prepared to combat any Uro that may oc
cur. mi; tv ir; iactoky.
The Albuqurnjor Ire t'etansvn)' Keady
Tho Albuquerque Ico couijmny have
everything in readinosa to commenct the
manufactory of ice from pure distilled
water, and will start to morrow, In ten
dsyt they will be ready to furaiah the
I too pi o of the territo'y of New Mexico
with Ice nt prices that will defy all com
petition. This ia a strictly home tym
pany, with u ca Itnl of $100,000, nnd has
spent 815,'C) iu erecting their now build
ing, nil the work on it being done by our
own cit Iran. They have also paid out
8,CO0 In freights. Thf-e amounts do not
include the amounts paid for real estate
I'ROI'CXI ( MAnUFACTt'liC.
Wator Is llrat placed in the boilers and
steam applied, when condensation com
mences. It is afterwards placed in
another tank, whero it cools down and
passes through a charcoal Hilar, sod
from that through flno sponge flltsr,
and I hence into Iho Ico cane. After go.
ing through thia priK-eaa it cornea out
Nrfeetly pure Ice. Aqua iimmonla is
pill inln a retort nod subjected In heat
from n ateam coil, which drives the am
iiinfii.i gns from it, this gas pvsing into
what ih known na the top cotidaiiicr. ' II
the water that pasaca over with the am
i iion i it gaa ia eitraulinl from it and leavtM
the ammonia ga pure; It then gm lul l
the botlinu condeliHiT, where It Ih con
deliHed into a liquid ; from there it panics
to the freezing tank, and through cjiIh
BiiUniergnl in a.vlt brine; after 0 p'usea
thrniigh tiieaa cjila it return i to the
ahiuirhcr, where It In alxiiirU'd and turns
Into ita original suite, and the pump
takes it nnd fotctM it back Hit i the re
tort. Thia pniisvH is repeated ciiutlli
Tins ico w ill Ik placetl on the market
at nrieea that thn HMirtHt nwil not go
wiihoiii tlil luxury when the hot weath
'I he company Intend aoon to eri'ct ev
end co'd atonigo riMiui, fur thn henellt
ol niir biitcherH nnd ginctrH.
We uiiilerstiiiid that William Farr liaa
idle. id) coli'riieted for one of tlieae cold
I .MTIIII VVOItK.lt t:.v
The OrxanUnlinn nfs I. otter nt Nan
A Indgeof tbo A O. I'. W. wan iustilu
ted nt San Mrtrciti! Inst Saturday even
i ui:, by a delegation from tlna city. The
v iMtnra from this city were met al the
deMil by a eommlltee, ai d every ctuir
tea) mill alteiitlon were hIiowii them
At 7 :n in ihe evening Dihtnct Deputy
A. I). Ji'hi.Hin culled tho olllcera togeth
er in the Knight nf I')thia hall, anil
L'llgn No .'i, A. O 1'. W , wiih duly or
gl,llled, w ith the fiillowuig oillcerH: 1
WiU. ii. W. M ; .1. Liiiieimler. I'. M. W.;
W. F. ClilTord, ).; M. S. Ingrain. F.. W.
.1. linn en. ti , F. I'. Wilson, U., K. J.
i'. ttreim. F.; L. A. Carr. Kec ; J. Willey,
I. W.;,l. It S.n.tli'rH, O. W.; with C. (I.
CrinkHiiatikH, C. L. Palmer and Dr. A. A.
SilllW I H trilhtfrH.
Ah mmiii iih the lodge w iih oignuiod the
V'lHitllig delegation were token to the
railroad dining hall, where u iMitin'.iful
luitiijiiet wiih i-prelitl, and which included
ovorvthiug go. 1 1 to eat nnd drink. A
h'ihoii of .octal reunion occupied Mie
time f ir aeveral lioiua, after which the
Workmen relumed In the hall and con
furretl the degree on heveral inmnborH.
The vintorn from Alhuquerquo who
illHtltilted tho lodge were: A. I). Johll
h.iii, T Votaw, C. M. Tyler, O. CliHord,
L U. Wunlwell, 1). II WiIhoii, A. II.
JoiieH. .1 J. Hall, ami l-Mdli g, Steven
ami Fihg, and they all i-ieulrin terms of
the highest praiao of S.in Mnrcial and
her cnterpriHiug and tnciiibla H'ople. i
IMHlrlrl l ourl.
List Snturday afternoon Ihe cn of
'OidiH-in Moiituun va. Jesun Jnrauilllti,
ot al., wiih tried anil the jury failed in
agre mid were discharged. Tins inn
ciimi br i.ighl for damagta for falae ar
ret, t. 'I'll i-t mnruing the four caaea of Ilo
iiiiiii A. llnca va. L l-lillemaii were
continued till tho next term by consent.
J. M, Wheoliick vs. A. J. Harr, et al.;
case tried and tlrcivion rtwerved.
In the case of the Albuqiierquo Na
Initial bank v. Albuquerque Water com
puny, Ihe defendant lllc plea
Prof O. II. Marron waa examined by
a committee constating nf W. 11, Chil
lier, N. ('. Collier and M V. Dobson,
for iidiniHslou to the bar. The examina
tion wan exhaustive, nnd Mr. Marron
correctly answered every question pro
Kiundid, Tho commillt( made a favor
able ami complimentary report, and
Judge Ico a Inn complimented the young
man on hia examination. Ha waa sworn
in, and will make an honored member of
thn legal fraternity of Iho territory. Mr.
Marron ia temporarily connected with
the government Indian school at Santa
Fe, but expecta soon to oiien a law ollice
A uumlair of the rooms nt the San
Fell at hotel w ere entered br a burglar or
burglars, last night and a number of the
lodger at that popular hoailery awoke
this morning to And themselves relieved
of their spare changv. The thief didn't
aiem to care for waUihra or jawelry, or
anyihing that might tell on him, he waa
doing a strictly cash huairiet and would
not accept anything elan. Fortunately,
none of the occupant of the room vis
ited hapiwned lo hav much money in
their MH-keta, and the individual loM-a
were not large. Mrs. Kornlwrg waa the
heaviest liner, and her ocket was re
lieved of sixteen dollars; the other rooms
riiti-d cintnhutad about Ave dollars
anieee. The fellow seemed to le very
Ii dd atsiut it, for he lit the gas in the
room In which Mr and Mra. Romberg
were sleeping and left it bun log. Sus
picion rented upon one of the waiters at
the hotel, at he waa seen coming out of
on nf Ihe rMims, but an examination
failed to discover any article about his
peraon that could bo Identified,
So much care I idwtjt taken at th
San Fehi to protect the roomsof guests
agaiuit such visits ss the ons referred to,
that it ia probable a sense of absolute se
curity caused most of tho parlies to be
less careful than tbey otherwise might
Oa Iu Albuqurrqnr.
Stop a few hours in Fort Worth, Mr.
Gould. Call at the UatelU offlos and
examine Uncla Sam's latest oentos snd
the Texas comptroller's Isst report Then
c". your eye to the northwest, to a land
developing without railroad facilities.
There's millions in it Mr. Gould. On to
Albuquerque. Fort Worth Osteite.
County Commissioner Hall, Mayor
Saint, Trustee Aruiljo, Maloy and Miller
left thia morning to examine tho river at
tho dyke near Alameda. They roturned
thissfternoon and report the work so fsr
dons as good and substantial, but claim
that the river Is uraduallv risinu and that
tbe unfinished work at the dyks mutt bs
l tna dyki
completed as early at
J, F, Fsika, who was tor a year or mors
oar desk olork at tbs SantA Fe freight
depot here, is braking on tbe breach to
the Hot Springs.
Oromllie Ihtllr, A.rll II
The Rio Grande la booming,
Hon. M.S. Otero I iu tho city. .
Hundreds of tree are 11 ng planted in
J. W. L) Di li, of Las Vega, is attend
tug courl i u li t c.ty.
The San Feli e hotel will a.Hin be
lighted with electricity.
I). L Sammis, the commission mer
chant, Ih down with la grippe.
Gen, Greely, wl.o hut charge of the
weather li ireaii, h at Santa Fe.
Chna, llniieh.of Fritr. nt Home, ia n
rlously ill at hi residence in old town.
Today i th 'Ji'lh iiniilverMnry of the
asHaaHinal.tiu of Preanleiit Abraham Lin
coln. Albert F.ixonini.n, ot the wool tlrm of
Kisemaun llros., went to Springer laat
Work on the Commercial cln'j building
is delnytHl by the lion-arrival of the iron
Mm. H. R. Whiting and children are
recovering from the iirevailing epidemic,
R liochtier ih iiiiiking a wool buying
trip through nortberii Arizona for Hlse
Jhiiich A. Jack-tou, of Cerrilliw, thia
iiinrtiiug purchai-il Ihe Plucnix saloon
from Al Coleman.
It is rumored that John llrown, of
Ouray, Colorado, will remove hi livery
stable to Huh city
Sam Slerne, the tobacconist, in making
n trip over tho Atlantic A- Piiclllc road in
the inlercHt of his (nipular tlrm.
David Iesaer, of Gallup, a brother of
Iiins looser, ot thia ci'y, and Julius
I.Hr, of WiuhIow, ia here to day.
15. M. Tyler, city jailor, ia on thn sick'
list, having caught a nevere cold while
recently on a trip to San Mnrcial.
The Highland Methodist parsonage is
almost completed. It will mtkii a cosy
homo for Rev. Wright ami hi excellent
P. H. (.Inland, a brnthor of A. W. Cle
land, the grocer, Iiuh arrived from Den
ver, and taken a Hition in his brother's
Sam .Veil hI mil tin presented Una ofllco
with a lioxnf Hue cigara, and he ia hereby
nominated for mayor ot Albuquerque
J. It. Huahnell ih apoiting a newauil of
clothe nnd hat, the rcmllt of good judg
ment regarding thn result of the late
Julius Ijcascr, of the tlrm of Ijeeaer A
Saw) er, general merchaul of Winalow
iiml Gallup, came in from Winslow on
this morning' delayed train from tho
The Driving an'ociation have every
thing in rendinean for tho apring race.
There will lie a lino airing of running
and trotting horae on hand on that oc
casion. Mr. and Mra. Summers Hurkhart are
just recovering from a eeige with the
grip. Mr. Hurkhart wan able to lie at
hia ofllce in the Grant building thia
Tho river haa Uen culling in at tho
wet end of the Albuquerque bridge at
Atriico a. i that it ia now impaahlc
Freight and pnstongars are now being
croaaed by skill.
John llrockmau, president ot tho Sil
ver City National hank, a wealthy owner
of cattle and Grant county mines, came
up from the couth laat night and is at
tho Armijo to day.
Tbe Hank of Commerce ia now all
Battled in ita new quarter on tho comer
of Gold avenue and Second atreet, and la
well prepnrcd to accommodato the pub
lic in anything pertaining to the bank
Miaa Kiln Rweberry, of Springer, ar
rived hero last night en route to Han
Mnrcial. She will visit to-day with her
brother and hia wife, Mr. and Mrs. O. T.
Roaeborry, and leave on No. 3 to-night
for Han Marcial, w here alio will visit tor
a 'ew weeka with her aiater, Mra, W. G.
Chan. Hardinson, an old settler in the
Navajo country, and deputy assessor nt
Apaclio couuly, Atixona, diedst Winslow
Saturday evening. While out atoeaslng
he wa thrown from hia horse while
croeaing a siiihII atream, and pneumonia
fever followed canning hia death in a few
daya. Tne deceased waa a resident of
the Navajo country for thirty one year.
H G. Whitcomb, of Tijerea, ia in the
oily looking up legal advice relating to a
trouble he la having with hia neighbors
over water rights. He sty Henry Car
peuler and a mrty of a half doxen Mexi
cans came to his place and attempted to
destroy a small dam he had built. He
forced them to stop by getting hia Win
chester rille. Tut ClTlzr.i urges the
Mnplo of Tijeraa tu dwell together in
peace and unity.
H. Ii. Porgusaou returned last night
from bis "Old Abe" mine in Lincoln
county. He broughtjwith him, which he
has shown to a number of friends, a
plea, of oro weighing about five ounces,
and which ia almost a pure nugget
niue-teulLi gold. The ore was tsken
from tho vein at a depth of 100 feet- Th
ownera are thoroughly working on the
"Old Abe," believing the further th
mine Is developed the riohsr the ore will
M, Ilrunswick, the retired Jewish mer
chant of La Vegiw, who is rsted very
high In the hundred of thousands by
liradstreets, was on hit way to Silver
City last night. He now speudt consid
erable of hia time in looking up tlrst-cltse
D. II. Uronson, president of tbe Kl
Paso National bank;K. H. Van Keuck and
snothsr gentleman from Denver, the lat
ter twoeusUrnoapiUllsU Interested with
a French syndicate in an irrigation
scheme near El Paso, were on the train
bound for the south last night
Martin Miller, ot tho Tenth Infantry,
who was left behind at Fort Union one
ct tbe reeeotly abandoned forU to over
tee tho property tad peek tip, peesed
through tho city latt night to jolu hit
company nt Fort Wingnte. Heforn Mr.
Miller entered the service of Uncle Ham,
lie wat yardmaater nt the territorial pen
llentiary and witnessed three wardens
step down and out Messrs. Gregg, Gable
ami llurnett, F. (), llonth, another
soldier, hailing from David'a Island, New
Vork hnrlxir, waa a pnaienger to Fort
Among the pnasetigcra ninth bound
last evening wna William Kinsteiti, ot St.
I oil is, w'io i vice president of the A .tec
Mining company at Pino Alto, Grant
county. 'Ihe provident of tbo company
i Hon. Nathan Frauk,ex-)ngrnamanof
St. Loui. Several yeara ago Mr. Fin
steiu wsa Induced to atop over hero and
look at some of Ihe mines adjacent to
the city in the Sandla mountain. He
visited the Star mine, nnd i of the opln
ion Hint wiih capital to thoroughly do
velope the mine it will prove a paying
piece ot priqierty. He believe that there
t rich mineral in tho Sandlas. but the
great drawback ia a lack ot capital to
puati worx on the claim.
Court met at 10 o'clock a. in.
A motion waa tiled for a new- trial in
the case of V. P. Flie.
M. S. Otero va. Kutemio Archuleta, et
al., ejectment; plaintiff moves for con
1 1 nuance, which wagranted by consent.
The ciisca ot Julianttn Front vs. San
tiago llacn, rtflumpit, Salvador Martin
er vi. Francisco Armijo y O oro, et id.,
trrHpaaa, and Ljwenthal A Meyer vs.
Mary lioyle, aaauniiit, were called and
set for April 111.
John J. Phelan vs. J. W. Lynch, as
sumpsit; ileaiitiona ordered publish
In tho following caaea the plaintilt
were ordered to give cost bond: John
and Rose Seibert vs. Max Hteinetai.,
debt on bond, and .lames II, Madden va.
New Mexico A Southern Pacitlu Rail
road company, trespass on the caw,
Jiwe Thomaa Sevadra va. Dunicianu
Lipes, upeal from justice of tho peace;
net for the l!lh.
J. II. Smith v. William Sanguinette,
appellant, appeal from justice, of the
peace; net for the 17th.
Habiuo Valencia vs. Owen, llrcudlovc
A Hucknur, appeal from justice ot the
Mnce, and Iweiitlinl X Meyera r. San
tiago Haca et al., treapaaa, were act for
Tho oaao nt thn First National bank of
Albuquerque va. Joee L Porea and Clif
ford L. Jackson waa atricketi from tho
The following cnaen wero set for the
'JOth: A. Gruntfeld vs. Iuia F. Ievy,
mciumpail by attachment; Mandell llroa.
A Co., va. IjouU F. Levy, AMiunisit by
attachment; Loui J. Glaser et al., vs.
Isaac Cohen, assumpsit by attachment;
Schafer, Swartz k Co., vs. Isaac Cohen,
aaaumiMMt by attachment.
The cine of K J. Post A. Co, va. Louis
F. Lory, assumpsit by attachment; John
A. Hill et al. vs. Salvador Garcia, eject
ment, and Winifred llrown ve. Louis F.
Ievy, nasumiit by attachment, were
set for the 'J I at
The cases of Joseph lladorncco vs. G,
Hiariasci, araumiait; Louln A. Traaier
vs Santiago Haca el al, covenant, and
W. J. Wilson va. Atchison. Toneka A
Santa Fe, triMia on the ca-e, were set
rur mo 'Zia.
A fine Kan eh t'oaapejijr.
While in Iaa VrgaaTiiK Citiken scribe
met Michael Slat tery, n popular and ef
ficient cattleman, and from him learned
that the Ilrowu A Wells Hell Ranch com
pany now own the Wilton Waddlngham
ranch and cattlo tho Montoya grant of
000,000 aorea clean, undisputed title,
and th largest and llnett oattle herds,
beat graded, In the territory. Tho new
company vrill put in between 4,000 and
&,(U0 sere of land in alfalfa and feed of
various klnda for tho purpiwe of keeping
up and fattening cattle. The irrigation
worka necessary and now under oon
structiou are among the most extentive
and complete In Ihe eouthwoat, requiring
an expenditure of a Urge Amount of
money, Mr. Slattory ia tbe efficient au-perintendent-
a practical and thorough
ly versed cattle ralaer and ranch mana
ger. No effort will be spared to mako
thia properly the grandest lo the west,
and evory condition of soil end climate la
favorably Adapted to aucb a result. The
ranch ia entirely feuoed, and tbero ia
plenty of water for the purpose of Irriga
tion. They err Here.
Jacob Hochra, of Denver, and A.
Ilrecher, gentlemen interested in the
early construction of the Albuquerque
Hlectrio atreet railway, wore passengers
to the city on last night's Na 3 from the
north. The other Denver and CtilcAgo
capitalists interested in the schema, were
unavoidably detained by busineea at
homo, but their pr xiea are held by
Messrs. Doehm and Ilrecher. Their ob
jen'. la to hold a meeting, which ia in ses
sion this afternoon, with tbe Albuquer
que gentleman connected with tlmcca
pnny, effect a permanent organk-tion
And begin the work of construction nt so
early a day as possible. The hearty co
operation of our citixeua should be ex
tended to them, fur theee gentlemen un
doubtedly mean business snd with their
capital expect to give Albuquerque an
electric street railway, armanent and
first ale, as eora as it can be built and
put in running operation.
Homo time betaeea 10 o'clock last
night And daylight this morning bur
glars effected so entrance into th dry
goods alore of Spill Ilroc, and about 815
worth ot goods wero found mlstiog oa
Investigation this morning. Tbe thisvre
brok tbs lowsr rv-nee of glsss in the
bsck door, with 'h:r uands pulled out
the pin holdli;f tbe bar, which tbey thtn
rslsed snd walked in. They were un
doubtedly frlgbttned sway before ootu
plating tbelr job, for they bad piled up
near the beck door about (OCX) worth of
goods, which thoy wore compelled to
leave. Tbey also broke opea and pulled
from under the counters the money draw
ers, but found nothing as all the stooey
waa put In tbe ssfs on olosiag Saturday
alght Tbe polles are la posse aion ot
the faeta aad are keeping their eyes peel,
od oa certain. mroUnoua characters.
TKHH1TOH1AI. K (sTf-M.
Mr. J. A. J one haa been appointed
aurveyor of Colfax county.
All towns of any note iu this territory
will bo liicorxiraled thia year.
Thn Royal Arch Masons of Raton aro
taking nlo tu orgatiiro a chapter.
The council at Lna Vega bought il0
tree to la planted along the atreet.
Poatmnnter Gua Mulholland wa down
with an attack of measles at Gallup.
Hon. T. It. Catron' liiindaomo busi
neea block In Santa Fo ia nenring com
pletion. Sixty thouanml ;ound of pig ixqqier
wero ahipiel frum Silver City by tho
President Harrison will puna through
thia territory on tho 'JIat on hit way to
the Pacifla coast ,
At tho election laat Tueeday Socorro
catt IKU vote. T. S. Austin had no op
iosition for mayor.
Silver haa an upward tendency agnln.
New Mexico miueB will continue to be
Santa Fo will very wmiii lav lighted
with olcctrio lights. The ki1cs and wires
nre now teing put up.
A imntollico haa Imhmi eatabliahed in
Mnriano, Rio Arriba county, with A. Ii.
Fuller a KilmaHtcr.
Gallup affords a gooil iqienlng tot f.n
enterprising young lady who would i
tablith a kindergarten there.
The count) cnmmtaalonera in this tor
rilory aro now required to erect guide or
linger boardi on public made.
Out of Vii casea docketwl for tho
March term of the Colfax county diatnet
courl thero wero but two tried.
Three or four brick bloct.H and a largo
number of residence aro among the con
templated improvements for ll.nton.
Robt. Hlnck haa donated to the Silver
City baao ball club lumber aultlcient to
build a bnckHtop on ita ground ucar the
On May 1st tho district court for the
Fifth judicial district, Judge Freeman
presiding, will meet for the llrat time in
Considerable lumbor haa been slilpiH'd
out ot Demitig, for tho erection of build
ings at Coliimhu, tho now tuwn on the
Somo of the enthusiastic HHirtmen at
Silver City am already talking of getting
up an athletic aport mooting fur tho
Fourth of July.
Tho Sar in Fo hand recently onlivonod
the naturally aulemn character of a fu
neral procoaaiun by playing: "Tho Girl I
Lett Ilehind Me."
J. J. DalgiHh haa contracted to build
tlm telegraph lino fur the N. M. P. R. II.
from Deming to ( 'orraliton, to be com
pleted in Hoptembor.
Finer apivcimena of orrn aro now lieing
dug up around Cernlloa than over be
fore. The proecting fever seams to be
breaking out in good shape.
Hy an act of thn laat legislature tbo
law prohibiting the carrying ot lire artnn
and tho shooting up of towns waa mado
much moro binding and elTeolive.
With a view of forming n Masonic
lodge, all Maatnr Mawius of Fxldy
havo been requested to send their nanea
to II. H. Church, Kddy, New Mexico.
Tho Springer oomcut worka are in full
blast, and have received an order for
alaiut aevonty oar loads. The capacity
ot the mills it aUmt l.'.HW sacka dnily.
Riohard Dunn' new mill, twelve mileu
from Raton, in Potato canon, will begin
operations aoon. This will make a more
convenient lumber supply for Raton.
Tho murdorera of Aaher Jonca, in Col
fax county, nro almost positively known
and the Raton Courier says they should
oe arrested If 100 men are necessary to
Tho saw mill belonging to Abeyti A
Vusques, about ten mile abovo Catakill,
blea up. Tho engineer, a Mr. Hall, was
killed, and ihreo others were seriously
Under the new territorial law it is now
highly neceesarly for tbo lawyers to
have all tho paper iu ueceesary shape
before bringing their caaea tu trial in the
All around (ferrillos, Dolorea, Golden
and Han Pedro are good allowing of
niiueral, which in places, aa haa been
proven, ia pocketed iu mnenee or llsaurea
of great wealth.
Dr. Fukee, of Ronton, an nrcha'ologlst
of note connected with the Hemingway
southwestern exjunction, is iu Santa Fa
on ft visit with Prof. Hamlelier. lie la en
route to tho Zuni moiTtilnlnt.
The Cerrilln Rustler says it Is re
ported that tho Hart family, four uf
whom are jual recovered from amallpox
and the bead ot the family now aick, are
In need of tho ueocesnrira of life.
The U. S. Indian school at Santa Fe ia
gradually increasing its number of pu
puv. Three young Aooma arrived yes
toruVr, and eovcral more aro expected
to moirow. Tho school now haa forty
three pupils on its liat.
Under tbe new law tho dlatrict judge
At Las Vegaa has appointed K. O. Mur
phy and . 11. Salaxar on the board ot
examiner. They, in conjunction with
tbe school superintendent, will examine
and pass upon aJI appllcautafor teachers'
Tbe Cash F.otry at Corrilloe Is now
capable of turning out a car load of con
centrate a day, worth $3,000. Thia mul
ttpllod by 303, the number of daya In the
year, gives tbe neat sum ot tl,OU5,000.2
Contract hot been let at Bad Marulsl
to build the wagon road to Fatrvlew,
Chloride and Hsrtaosa. Thia will bring
all of that line mining secliou to Ban
Marolal and make it an Imjior'.ant ship
John A. Miller, ot Grant county, le
eommenolng lo make a valuable fruit
farm out ot hla place below Ootrol City.
He is At present eegaged In setting out
6,000 cboloe strawberry plants, COO Hoc
varieties of ap!o trees, 300 peach tree)
and 000 pear trees.