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AittsrtUloc ralea mad known cm appljtna at
Ornca-No. Ill Wmi (loui Aviaca
(Kn.m tlml)llr. Atrll IV
11m people of Albuquerque hsvo about
fldO invested In bicycle.
Malone, tho billiardist nntl expert
dead-bent, m in I Vega ) oaterday.
'llio ritr ia aaid to bo higher now (linn
nt any other limo within thn rival ten
I'M Hucktior la n mailer a ml has open
ed n pnint shop. Mn i crowded with
Han. Johnson, thn printer, who hml
noma trouble In tin' I'tillis! Htal oourt,
lina loft the city.
Cleik Harris ii bun thr-ve doyo writ
ing out cortillcatm In thorn) who tliil
work on thn dyko.
Jack Akera and several more good
boya from Santa IV arc among tho Albu
querque aporta to-doy.
Ibvv. Henry Forrrater, rector of tho
EpiHcopnl church, haa returned from ii
trip to Eddy and tho Peon valley coun
try. A numlnr of email aaloona aro grnd
nally working oil their oba'k of liiiiori,
preparatory In closing nut on tin. lal of
C. M. Fisk, mnniieer of tho Arizona
Co oprntivo Mercantile iiiatitute, lining
business nt llolbrtKik, Ih in thn city on
On tho lat of May t lit aaloon at the
Windsor hotel will lw closed. The pro
prietor, U. II. Moore, haa long contem
plated tit in move.
Mr. Ant. J. linen, wifit of n prominent
nntivti citizen of Kan Miguel county nnd
niece of Atlolfn Otero, of thia city, in the
guest of Mra. J. M. Per on,
A potty thief htat night atnlo n numU-r
of roao btiaho from tho rrhlpiiot-M of
Mo-wra. Hrailh and Gable. Tho huahr
were froah planted, und coat nlout a dol
(ioorgo II. McKeneie, formerly of thia
city hut now in buaineea nt Halt Lake
(My, Utah, haa pr tinted several of lua
Albuiueriiuu friends with lithographic
views of Salt Inko City.
Tho olllce of tho Continental Oil com
pnny haa been lemovod upetnira in the
Whiting building, Uy the removal
Cobb'ii atutlio, now conducted by W. H.
Cobb nnd Misa Eddio itoua, will be great
The olllco of Dr. Raster A Wroth, up
atnlra in tho V. U. Loonnrd & Co. build
ing, ia comfortably nnd conveniently
Hiiited for the two excellent phyaicinns.
They hare two roouia and they aro plena
Jnmea Lucas, n coal uiino owner of
Cerrillos; John Urookman, a banker and
n very wealthy citizen of Silver City; C
T. Ltisk, of New York, nud P. E. Cleland
nnd 1. N. Iarge, of Denver, wero yeater
day'a callera nt the Commercial club.
Non Ilfeld, of the dry goodn tlrm of II-
feld llri,, haa returned homo from bia
trip to New York, much Improved in
health. After remaining in the city a
few days, ho w ill visit Kl Pnno, whero he
will pny hia repecta to Mim F.muia
Kchullz, tho young lady whom be will
marry on the 3d of May.
Lnst)onr when the grip wna playing
ail havoc wild a numoer or our old ssis
young blood, Lieut. Hid. Cullender went
through nil right and frequently made
Hirt of the intenmaulTeringa endured by
aomeof thoeo attacked. Thia oenson the
lieutenant ua not oa lucky, ho did not
rciipe the prevailing intluenza, and it IB
now aaaerted that he haa entirely lunt
hia grip. He will reman at hia room for
a few daya.
JtxHfph Shot well, a bright young gen
tletnan from Kichiuond, Mo., who would
huve grwlualed lu law at Aun Arbor,
Mich., thia apriug, had hia health per
milled, ia dying of conaumption at Urm.
liawlny'a on Hilrer avenue. About all
weeka ago hia mother nrrived to Im near
hia bed of illnoca, nnd Inat night nt the
auggeation of tho nttending pnyaician, n
telegram waa aculeiut to notify thelura
lid'a father of hia gradual decay. Ueia
exectel to get here Friday evening.
The board of etlucation met laat even
ing at the city building for the puroe
of elTecting erninnent urgunir.atlon.
All membera wero preaeut except I). I.
Bammia and 0. V. Meylert.
The memlera preeent tixik tho oath of
oftli-e Ifeforo II, V. Ilarria, probate clerk
and prooeidod to bueineaa. J, C Haiti
ridge waa chosen temporary chairmun
nnd It. M. llarlwar temporary eecretary
The ballot tor ermanont oflloera reault
ed In the election of J. C. Haldridgeoa
preaident of the board for the enaniug
year, nnd Dr. JameH II, Wroth m rico
prfaident. It. M. Harbour waa uuani
inoualy elected clerk of the board. The
board then proceeded to draw lota to m
certain who ehould eervo for tho long
aud abort UrtuareapootlTcly, roaulUng oa
J, C. Haldridge, J. II. Wroth, R. M
Harbour, (1. 0. MaaUrday, two year mem
K. W. Dobwn, O. W. Meylert, M. C
.bltletoo, u. Lk ha mm la, one year mtox
The bond t the treaaurer of the boanl
waa fixed at I1CUU0. After oontiderabl
dlaounalou on eohool matter in general
the boarJ ndiouroed to meet at their re
gular mee'.ing on tho tint Monday in
HIT HV A fr'HI'.IMHT TRAIN.
Ilanlrl W. tanr, an tlA 4ifnllrnan,
rralialily fatal I j- lnjrrt.
Thia morning about 7:.'k) o'clock, while
walking up tho Hnntn Fa track, Daniel
Wolwter Inue, familiarly ralle.1 "The
Major," wna at ruck by n paraing freight
train, going nnrlh, and riooly, If not
fatally, Injured. The work tram, which
left the depot nt ";(' a. m., under Con
duetor I inn with Knginoer Iaier at the
throttle, una xtopM'd juat beyoiid tho
moiintnin rond on hearing gionna from n
man lying to the right aide t the track.
C. 1. Jonoa, tho dairy man, tlio waa paaa
ing near by, m ntlrnctiol to the mk)1
when the train toppHl nnd recognized
In the Injurnl mnn Mr Initio. Mnrehal
Fnrr waa then iioliilod anil with n hnck
repnlrod to the place, when "Tho Major"
wna taken to hia room at the Iim Ange
lea holla. Mood wna imiilng from the
right our, hruitec covrrrtl the left aide of
hia face, and hia coil, veal anil ahlrl,
badly MMiiimI with grenae, weru torn and
nltlliwt wrenched from hi body, lie war
laid on Hie brd in nu uiconacioiia alate,
in which rontlition ho haa remained, ami
Dra Wroth and IVarcn exnuilned the
woiiuda. They found thnt Iheakullon
(ho right aide of the hf ad and juat back
of tho ear wna fraulured, IiIihmI llowing
from the ear nud ioe; on Ihe right mile
of Ihe back the kiu la badly bruined mid
nbradeil, nud to nlw nre broken from
the backlKJlip; the left eye nud left aide
of the face ia frightfully diallgured. Me
la alive at thia hour 4 o'clock p. in.
hut It -a the opinion of the pliyaiciana
that The'Major" will never rally.
IIm wa evidently walking along the
R'ltridoof the rnili, nud wan hit and
thrown to the right aide by tho cyllndrra
of the engine. A railroad gentleman nt
the detNit ndvntirea the theory lli'it "The
Major" waa on the trnm nnd in ntlempl
ing to lean olT met with tho accident.
Two freight trniUH Uft tho depot
iHirtli-lxiiinil. within a abort time of em'li
other, (ondiictor Uiuilli, with Knginoer
lu'lio, pulled out al t! Vi, followrnl at T.IWV
a in. by Conductor Carpenter with Hugi
neer Shullenburger. Agent Furuaworlh
w.-in uotlllinl of the accident, and he will
line the wirrH to HM'erlaill which olio if
Ihe IruinHHtruckold mau Italic ItiHthu
belief nmiuig thofo who have examined
Int i the cnao and iniule obeervationa of
the iiHit where the work train found the
ituonimcioiiH mau, that he waa struck by
the Inat freight train which went nort!-,
F.ngineer Hhull:nlerger'M train.
Mr. La im Iiiim been a reaideul of '.ho
city hiiico ISffJ, coming Lero from the
north, lit lirat worked al tho Journal
hotel, then conductrd by hawreuro Mar
rinan.but of Into yenrti haa been nt the
Kuroean. HuaiiirHti reverve nud family
troub'lea drove him away from bin New
York home and lie Bought thowrat. Ilia
wire anil mvernl ilauglilera reaulo m
Pitcher, N. Y, and a daughter, from all
nccoiinta hia faorit child, ia clerking in
atoren'. Do Kuyter, N. Y. Her nnux
iaJeMMieM. Ijitne. Ho would never let
nny light into hia pat life, but It ia uu-
lorHtood that ho ia a Meon in excellent
i-t muling back intheenal. For the puat
ew dnya he haa been drinking aome-
what, nud it la auppoaod that he wna
wnlUingoff tho elTis.'U when hit by tho
Frank Bturgea, Arthur Henry, Jna.
Martin and other lire iiiterealing them
aelvea in hia lHhalf. und telegraum huve
ben sent to Do Kuyleu and Pitcher,
N. Y.. informing hi family of tho acci
IFrumtlir Dally, April IA.)
liOtiia Korulterg nud wife loft to-day
for Denver, to bo abeenl from the city
about two week.
N. C. Collier in cherfully nasinting tho
new city iidminiilratlou in gritting atari
oil in good annpo,
Mr. I. J. Kharick und children loft
to ilny for Woat Hnlem, Ohio, whoro aue
will probably remnin in the future.
II. I j. Ortir, of Hnntn Fo, arrived at
tho truck Inat evening with three run
uitig horroi to pnrticipnto in tho apring
mooting of tho (ieullemon'a Driving na-
Tho loard of cs.- uty commiHaiotwrH
are in iecial aeaaiou thia ufternoou lo
deviao way and meana to complete tho
lyke near Alnmeil.-v. It ia probable that
they will make an appropriation to com
plete tho work.
The lolcoticn of CIibh. Mniton na city
mnrahal by tho council nppears to moot
with genrul aatlifnotion. Ho Ih a capi
tal young gentleman and hia many
friend believe- that be will make one of
the beat mondial Albutierque haa ever
Deputy County Aantor I. M. Horn!
unya the m-lnslule return are being re
ceived in much greater numbora fur 1WI
thnn wna ever riveived before. He
tlilnka the return generally will aver
age ubout twenty per cent higher than
Tlie (llorieta Mill of Franr. Huning
will cloeo down Saturday evening for thn
purpoae of repair anil to put in now
mncbinery. A llainey aafety boiler will
lx put up and aoveral new roll. C. W.
Meyera, tho miller, retiort tho mill do
ing a big biiiini-oH.
Jnmra Crawford, of St, lunula, an iuva
ltd who baa been atopping with bia fum
ily at the Ran Felipe for the past few
woeka, waa able to appear iu llio rotun
da of tho hotel yeatorday and thi morn
ing. He it a consumptive and haa had
hemorrhage of the lung.
W. Moore Clayton, of Uraditreel's
agency, i down ooutb on a revilng trip.
He ia at Socorro to-day, and write that
a number of amall Mexican torer, with
bar, will disoontinue the liquor trafllo
on account of the high lioeiise, which
goe into elfect on the lat of May.
Judge H. L Waldo, oaunielor for tho
Santa Fe road at Santa Fe, a member of
the board of regent of tho Territorial
University, and a flrtt-olaaa cltiteuof the
whole territory, la In the city lo-dny, ar
riving from La Vegaa. The judge h
Mima legal busineaa with tho dlitridt
Judge Warren received a Uttyr (hi
morning from Col. Thoe. Smith, who ii
in New York, aUtlng that all arracif-
ment wpro completed for Ihe cotialruu i
tion of the Irrigation ditchtn in the lti!
(Uando valley by Ida coni any, and Hint
P, It. Smith would nrrivo in thU territory
thia woek to puah the work Operniioni
will Intgin Ural in tho Mieuibroti vnlley
Alderman Malay ia omnngout In alylo
aiucu the election. He la driving olio of
the handsomoat atoro wagnna ever aeon
in AlbuiUeriue. It win b ull by Shlulck
lu Ida imml tieitt mntiiier. TheliMlyiti
pnintiMl ultramnriue blue with g ild lei
tera nnd the gear Vermillion w llli whilo
nud pink atria. ICa a beauty.
The aiple of lliia ciuiil) will h.kiu bo
aupplied wiih public bridgea, and It la in
order to putli the buihliug of public
roada. Tho bridge al Corralen ia a iiecea
it), but a county road fmni thai bridge
tolhlacit) la juat na b.nlly tie-deil. In
fact, without the rond (lie bridge it of
little public heiicut.
Strange to relate, D. W l.nno, I .Id I
L.e,,lle....m wl...n.l..t l.v ..i...rll. I.mi.,1 I
freight train yeaterday uii-riiiiig nix I wr
badly hurt that it wiih thniiglil ho
would not live during the night, ih Mill
alive About o I'Vhvk )ei.terda afler
IKxill he milled aomewhat, but he H nil
livioua to nil aiirroundiiigx ami In talk
i at rnudnui He ih not liy any iiin.-iiiH
out of danger.
JiMeph Simlwell. a young man from
KlCliliinhd, lliihai.a, whui .one hele h few
imuilliH ngn for Iiih lie, till . wax i-ue of
thore w tin CUiue too late 'n lie rt'klored.
He died IhhI ewuilig at 7 o't-liK'k. Tho
ImnIj in being t-mbalmed i 1 n.li-rlnl.. r
Moiitfort. and upon tin- .irrivn. if Inn
father Ihe remaiiiH w ill 1 1- hippi d to lui '
eiiKtern home. Mr. Stmt., dl nin a bid
llant )oiitu- attnrne, wi wool. I huve I
uinde n career for hiinlf .fl-fe h:nl In ell I
apariMl linn. lli niothei ban lieeii a'
faithful ntteliilaut at I. mile iiiiiny '
weeka, nnd nil I iiih immmi doiie for Iiih i um '
fort that money ami Invuu him l i-oiild
Yoaterdn), .1. W. Met,' nule aeoured ;
the contia.M for the building nf tho par
Noiingo or the l ongregntioiial church,
It will Imi liH'ated mljoiliilig the church,
lo two HlonoH iitid w id i-ontiiiii t,.M ,
rnnma It will .imt ftl.TT.V i
Till. Ciiiin umlerHtan-i-i that F.liner 1
Waahburn, of the llrm of W. V. Leonard !
V. Co.. will hiioii commeiici' the conatruc
lion of n linndHomo two kt iry ki room
fratno restdnnce m. Iiih loti at the i-irner i
of Kiilronil avenue and High ntntt.
Pinna and apeciliiNiti.uin ire now in the
Ikhii'h of the nri'hite.'t, a d the home
wi. I be a happy plai-e for Mr. and Mie.
Knit at Me) ere, junior f the llrm of
Ijowenlhal A Meyeri, il -ing buiiuun
here and in New York, haa cngngrd
Jeate M. Wheelock to .rep:ire pinna and !
lecillcAtioiia for n two ttor) hit room
brick nu l frnuie reaideiice, of the Intiwt
and mini improved nri'liilo itiiro, to bo
eretiil on two luiniUome IntH nu north
Second tl reel near Mnri'iette avenue.
It ill coat in tho neighborhood of
M. W. Flournoy, cir-hier of tho Find
National bunk, conleniplatoa at un early
day the ertolion of n l iinilwuiio two
ktory brick reaidenco tit the corner of
Twelfth atreel nnd Kmlrnnd i.venue.
The Iota. Binoe lHuoiuiug tho property of
Mr. Flournoy, have been henutitlod by a
large number of Mindo (retvi being aet
out lu rowH around tliHiu, and tho work
of leveling tho lota will bo coinmeuced
aoon. The gentleman bna been examin
ing Homo of tho latent design for build
luga, and it I underHloiHl had atuioid
agreod upoii a certain architecture which
will cost uUnit tl,.VM.
Theae are tho lntiat buildinga in con
teiuilutlou nnd which will bo commenc
ed nt nn oitrly day. Cmtrnctnra and
buililerH Htenk of nt lcnL a huudrisl
more in varioua portiona of the city now
in courtte of conatructiou or juat being
The Itiiilding boom tins evidently
The Oiltl Fellow n.
Albuiuertiie hnlgo No. 1, I. O. O. F.,
lbuiuertiuo Hiicnmpmeiit No. I, and
Miriam Lodge No. II, Daiightera of He-
bacca, hnvo nUiut compieteil urrnnge-
ineiilH for h grand nnniverMnry celebra
tion, In tho form of n concert, supper and
ball, lo bo given nt tho Armory on tho
'Jlth Inst. The order ia faiiioui for their
aucceaoful yenrly entertain menta, and
from printout indicatlona, they prnmito
lo excel! themaelves lliia time. Tho boat
talent in tho city haa Immmi hoc u red for
the concert. Tho ailpper (not Mini-
wicIim noil co (fee) but a good, hearty,
old-faahioucd homeapread, will bo in the
hand of tho boat catarer in tho city, and
the umer room will 1h niien from 10
o'clock till Ihe cloeo of tho danccA An
elaliorate andcomrehenaivo programme
hru been drnwn up und dancing will bo
gin nt thocloaoof tho muaicnl entertain
ment. The aim of tho order it to give
their friend a good time nnd uol to mnko
money, ao they have placed thowholo
nightV fun at tho very lo.v Hguro of fi
The Ktcrtrle Company.
A meeting of the Albuquerque Eire
tricStrl railway was hold last evening,
nnd n charier wa prepared nnd mailed to
Secretary of Territory Thomna at Hnntn
Fe. Tho mooting waa organized by the
aelection of M. Mandell, ex-mayor of the
city, aa chairman. The following gentle
men wero choaon na a board of directora
Arnold Hrechor and Johu A. Hnnley, of
Chicago; Jacob Hoehm nnd Nicola
Hteinbock, of Denver; W. I). Chihlers,
John A. Iee, A. W.CIolnnil, Ernest Mey
ortt and MIUo Mandell. A molt n tho
charter ia returned, the dlnsjinra will
meet aud aehvt ollloera. The capital
stock is placed at W,000, Tho ixmI of
constructing ami equipping tho road
along tho street for which frauchinea
huvo been secured, will be bet w ecu 6S
(XX)am( I'JtVOa Aa already urveyed the
length o? tho line will be about six mlUa.
Wo are aften deceived in tho ago of
people having beautiful und luxuriant
hair, not knowing that they use Hall'
Hair lUnewer to koen gray ham away,
THK Ol.l AMI M:1V.
Thn w Hoard of .lltlrrturn Kvrorn
tial ovenirg tho town government,
with Mayor Maiulell In the chair, met for
the hint lime. There waa pro old be
aida thn mayor, TruatwH lec, .lolmaon,
Hlroiu mid VVhiting, ltcnrdr Iiinkhnrl,
Alloriiey (.Villler mid Maralinl l-'arr.
The itii'-imiiig major, .locph K Kalnt,
nnd hia IkviiiI of city inuticiliuiMi
Mh.ri. Armlj i and Fan, from Ihe l-'iret
nurd; (label Mid M.iloy, from the
K.M-oinl. Hnwuinii nlid Knater, from thn
Thud, and Hunt and Miller, from the
l-'oiir li, nnd Heci riler Hopkina, and n
Inrk'o iiumlier of iulerrated citieim wero
abo on hnml.
(I i being rnpped lo order Itrcorder
fjoi'khnrt read the miiiuten of tho previ
oiii uiee ing, whii'h were iiicoiitcl by tho
A comuiuuiuiition from tho Wnter
' 'ompan, ...e,i rea.i. .
f"',wl ""' ,M,h"' "f m of Certnill
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water uinina nnd the placing of lire by
draiilH mi MinotiH nt n te.
' The iMmuiutiii'nlioii f Mayor Saiiit,
withdrawing from l!n bund of Solon I',
U me, the f-ower ismlri-rti r, nnd the pre
h "iitnti'iii if a new bind, with Stephen
M. l-'nlw in. Wiley M. Weaver nud Harvey
I II' l-'ergiiiirou an Mtiretief, receivml the
tttleiitioii of the board. The matter waa
l.i'. epti'il and placed on re.-nrd.
I The rep r t nf n I the i it) nllli-era were
mid hil l approved.
The llnniicinl cniiimittiHi plni-eil ita up
i pr ival mi the following billa, the recorder
I being ieUcHtoil to draw warrauln for
W 1.. Tumble A (' 8
I . W Strong
D M iy
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( leorge 1 1 ( ilifwner ....
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I I'e'er (filler
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.limn II Miolili-ii
Ir J. P Ki.ater
.1. C. Ilaldrnlge
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Th' H. O'Doru. II .
"l ho pay loll of olllciala up lo laat iiirfhl
wnH "'ho read, approved mid the recorder
rinpiented lo draw warrants lor the mini',
Moved by Tiiixtee .InhllHon, M't iillilisl
by TriiHtiV Stmug, that the tliunliH of
outgoing council be extended to Ho
curder lickhnrt nud Alliirney Collier.
There In-lng i.n further buuimH4 be
fore the old Ixinrd It wiih movisl to ad
joorn Hue die. Miivor Maiidell in vacat
ing hia aent added th.it ho hml performtd
hia duty lo Ihe city to the In'hI of lit
ability, nud willed lua cum'teor and tho
new council a )eur of good acta toward
upbuilding and pn upttrity of tho
Mayor Saint, llio new aldermen nnd
lUrniiler HnpkillH then took henli
aioii'id the table, ami they were legally
aworn in by I'rolmte Court Clerk Ilarria.
On being called to order Alderman
Oabel thought ll prntcr thai '.ho new
miivor make n few remarka nnd mnde a
mntinii In that etfect.
Mayor Saint, on riaing, hIiiIo I that ua
hia worda and aula for tho next yonr
would have to go down on record, ho hnd
prepared hia remarka, which he read:
Till! ISAlllL-II.M. .VtlllllKH-l,
It ia with miitiy misgiviiiga that I en
to,- ukiii the dUchurgti of the rt-apniiHi-bio
ilutiea incumbetil upon the olllce of
tho chief executive of the city of Albu
With no provioua eXH'rienoo in the nf
fnira of the municipal government lo
guide me, I nm uwnro thnt my lack of
information in ninny tliiuga thnt I ought
lo know will bo apparent to all. Hut with
the tiatdatiinco which I truat thia honor
able ImhIv will give me, I lioe to "pull
through with crinlit to myalf and prutlt
to tho city. During tho life of tin nd
ministration our duty will require ua to
piiHi upon mnny qneationa or vi'.ni im
Hirlniice to the ciiy; qutwitoua in which
i nroier inceiitiou id their ncotxi nud
Wuriuga muy bo of in alcublo betiellt to
tho public aud may decide the destiny nf
thia city for all limo lo come. In acting
UHin tho iUeetiniiH which may come be
fore thi body, I feel thnt a careful, con
Hciciitioua. intelligent conaiderntion will
iu till i'uwn bo given, and that whatever
tho rcriult may be, . will bo rem-hed
through un honoat conviction of what ih
1 ho iiuchtion of title to tho unoocupintl
litndH to tho Albuquerque Town grunt,
tho Hcttlctuout of which has been taken
up by tho outgoing administration nnd
tho continuance of which now devolveH
ut Kin us. i one of more than ordinary
iniHirti;rioe. If tho city of Albuquerque
Um an interest in theo lamia as heir of
the old community grant of Albuquerque
alio clioulil aten bolilly lorwanl anil luaisi
uiriii her righta; on tho other hnml, if
the nrcocnt claimmila hare a good and
aiillli'ieiit title to the Iambi, thoy ahoulil
be nrotocted in their rights: but no t.'om
liromlao that thia city council could
etfect biHwoon tho clnlmnnta nnd tho
citv. could make a good title. It i
matter ror the couru lo muiio nnu tne
sooner it i done, tho bettor it will be for
nil concerned. I Ihlnk the proper oouraa
for Ihe heira of tho community grant or
Albuquerque to pursue, is to iucororiito
under tho communiiy grain law pnsteu
bv the last legtfilnluro, Helccling tho ill
rvctors provided for iu thnt act nnd Ut
theso director UiKe up u.o iiuosuon or
iwrfectim the title with the government
ami couiesiing mi ciaima nuvercn in inn
city's lutertats. Theeo director will ro
nrotttint tne enitro gram, wiuie uie mayor
und council of the city of Albuquerque,
a now commuted can only repreaent n
partial interest In tho grant.
In our ellorta to induce neoplo to
and make their hoinea with u, wo boast
of our healthful climate and ouraiiperior
liH'id aurroundiuga. Allow me to any
that 1 fully conour in everything that
ha boon aaid in regard to tho cllmuto
advuntagos of this country, but in regard
lo tho annitnry conuilion of our city, I am
forced to admit thnt wo hnvo fallen short
of our duly. What ten yoara ago might
properly have been referred to m tho
viruiu soil is now very fur from tho con
ditiim of viiginlly, and in inuny inntantya
a about as rorn emu as it ia possible (or
the aoll to lecoiiie and whatever dogroe
of healthfulnra wo enjoy is due, not In
any measure to our own effort, but lu
our dry climate, our pure atmosphere
nnd our ureit elevation. lheonave un
doubledly savwl us from tho prevalence
or mniarini iiiHeast ami ut amy epiuomics.
Our sewer ayrem will le oomuleted
none Inn aonu. and this, when done. Will
lo an important factor in preservation of
public c!caulinea and publlu health
The renrcanlr.allon of '.he board of heal tl
with enlarged powers and more stringent
ordinance la to my mind one the most
oaeendal of all the ineasnrra now beforo
II nud one that deservr tirnmnt and
careful Attention. Another of almost
equal itnportancti t the nuont'on of what
is lo bo done with tho "Dig DhuTi." 1
regard it na n ihegraco lo tho city to ltd it
remain open nn hour longer thnn ii no
ceoaary to make tho ptowr arrange
tnoiita to cnuverl it Inlo r,i. uuilerglouiul
dram and to arrange to ttko nil aurpiua
water from tho head of tho present ditch
nud to lend it into tho guttera along the
idea of our realdenco atrt-ola to water
elindo (recK and lnwua, thua transforuilng
what ia now a public nuimne into a
aourco of ploamiro and prutlt. I nm sat
Iclled IIihI ench nnd every uiemUvr nf tho
prei-ent adminiatrndou will earnestly
work for tho promotion of tho moral and
phyeical inlereata of the city. Nn ad veil
tiirer aita with ua fur teuiMirnry gain,
Each la n loyal citlron, who tins nt heart
the aucceM, not only nf tho preaent ad
mimalratioii, but In a fur greater drgro
of tho city nl Inrgo her Interests and
her deal iuy.
HMniking for myself tiersonnll), I shall
endeavor to dovoto t ) (lie intorilaof the
public nil thoriiergy and buainea sagn
city I am cnpnlile of and at tho same
time oiincrvo conecientioualy thnao con
aervativo bufineea prluciplea which will
alone liiHine sticcorn
Aakiug in niUiince your kind indul
gence for my abort-comlnga nan pri'Hid
n u i llicer, I hoai uud truat thnt our do
lib riilini.H ion) 'm bleHM'd with l.nrmony
ard crtiwtied with aucceim
On coiicliiHioii, the inn) or niiiiuuncod
that he linn dis'ideil to appoint Clinrli-a
Mniiteu, mnrahal of the city.
City .Vdormiiu lliitit movisl the con
Urination of Mr. MnMi-n he made utinti
iin-ius which wna ndoptiHl.
In nnawer to cnlta for a tqwch, Mnr
ahal Miicteii atepp(il forward nud guar-
atiti-eil the mayor uud ctiucil thnt he
would diligently and faithfully endeavor
to iliHchnrgo bia ilutii a He thatikwl the
council for tho olllco.
The nlderuieti then c.ihI lota for the
Hhoil nud long lerma, which result
ed mm follows For two ) fiirt- Meaar.
Arniijo, How mini, (label ami Miller; for
one )enr-- l-'nrr, 1 1 nut, Knater and Maloy
The new council then adjourned until
10::t(l o'clcclt Una morning.
PurHiiaut to adjournment, the Iximd
of aldermen met thia morning and the
mayor apKiintod tho following com
mil tec :
Water (!. C. How man. cliairuian
Ixirion Miller, Chne. I'. Hunt.
l-'ire .). P. Knater, chnirmuii; William
Fnrr, Perfei-Jn Armijo.
Pi. lice Perfecto A r no jo, chairman;
Ixition Millet mid Wdiiiim Parr.
l''inntice--Tho. K. (JuImiI, cliinrmaii; (!
C. Ilmv mnn, A. J. Mulny.
Streele -Chua. F. linn', chuirmnn; Per
fwtu Armijo, J. P, Knater.
SeweraA .1. Main), i hairmaii; Thoe,
II. Cube!, Chat. F. Hunt
Sanitary Isirion Miller, I'hairmnti; J
P. KHHter, TI.oh l (label.
(irievance Willnim l-'arr, chuirmnn,
. J. Maloy, I). C. Howmaii.
A J. .Wnloy wa eleclod actuu mayor
pro tern., during the iiIihcuco of the may
or, f r the oiihiiiug )ear.
The nnmcrt of Poler iHherwiMKl, Juau
Chnv(H) Pino and Frank Van Louven
wero prcaoutcd for policemen.
ihe nnmo or Mr. lnherwoiHl waa re
ferred to the ihiIico commitim1, and
Mt-aara. Chnvea nud Van Louven con
Tho board then took a recca until '
o'clock thia evening.
(Kroin Hi Dull?, April 17
C. I j. Hublmiaon bin way home from
Ijoouard Skiuner, tho Sand in anw mill
mnn, ia in tho city
Hon. Frnnk A. Hubboll ia in '.ho city
from Pajnrito. Ho reporln tho river fall
ing Ih'a morning.
Tho gnrdons are looking thinly. Mann
Hroa., tho old town gardener, state
that ull produce Ih growing 11(101)'.
Henry Eisinger, tho liquor merchant,
ami wife, from Laa Vegan, are 1 till tho
guest of Mr. nud Mra. Frank St urge.
Kov. Thoa. Hnrwood, SpaniHh mtrnion
nry of tho Mcthodiit church, ciimo up
from Socorro Inat night and m at tho
Windsor to ilny.
P. A. SimH0i) linn taken the contract
to complete the Alnmedii dyke for the
Hum of fU'Wd). Ho will do n giMxl job of
work, well worth the money.
Tho now sign reada Warren, Fc-guseon
& Hruner. They nre lawyera, tlrst-clnas
in every teapeot, nnd their olllco is up
stnira in tho First Notional bank
J. W. Bchollold, the Equitable Life
and Aaauranco company's agent, hna re
turned from n trip to Sovorro, and will
Imi found at the Armijo for tho next few
In csao of high water in the llio
Oratide, tho Tillage of Pndillaa, south of
thia city, will oe wnihed out. The ton
is on low land, and tho river haa already
cut into tho plaoe
L. 0. Lamm, a health yoeker fiom Chi
cago, who haa been sojourning the win
tor here, will go to Denver in a few daya,
and thence lo Muultou Springs to spend
thn winter months,
Louin Dignoo, a couain of Nicoolinl
Dignen, the young Itnliau who rooently
committed suicide, boa roturned to the
city from Trinidad, wIiom ho went with
the body for burial.
Cha. Malaney i the nnmo of the now
clerk at the Armijo, vice Jum Collin
resigned. J sines Uenlley linn Chns. Mns
ten'a (now the marabnl) iositiun bohlnd
tho (inr at the notoi.
H. W. Oowell, of tho Columbia Huild
Ing und Loan uasociation of Denver,
brauob of which hf recently oignnied
in thia city, is hero again, und ,a nnri
tored nt the San Felipe,
Tho editorial and local force of Tin
CiTirr.fi 14 under obligations to Mesrs
Oro, Ulaotwell A Co , wholesale mer
chants ut Albuquerque and Ias Vegan,
for certain pleasant remembrance.
A. VWltini is making arracgementa to
erect a I urge two atory brick block on
the corner of Third nnd Tijcras atreots.
His busineao has grown to such large
proportions that a new businw bouse is
A uuraber of young folks of Laa Veg
aa are studying tho play "The Pirate of
Feasance," and will eooa give it to an
Mbuquorqiie nudlfiice at Qranl's ojra
liotifio. Thin Information tagainod from
letter received by a certnln gentleman
of thia city from a Las Vrw young
Fivn uiemliera of tho family of Oeo. W,
Hlckox aro sick nt Hnntn IV Mra. Hick.
ox la reNjrled aorioualy III. Mr. Hickox
ill go to Hants Fo thia evening, whoro
ho will remain till hia family reoover
Tho charge ngninat Poler lahorwotnl
wero Investigated by the council laat
May, and ho waa honorably m-qulttiMl by
tho council nt thnt time. Ho haa lived
In this community ainco lHtCI, and bear
II. 11. Clark, of Ited Unk, town-, T. J.
Wnoilsido, of El Paso, Texan; K. Mandell,
of Now York; (I. W, fohualon, of llixnio.
villa, Mo, and M. HrunswirV, of Ins
Vegaa, aro Ihe latest callers nt tho Com
rasrclsl club rooms,
0. K Wnrren Poet No. 5, 0. A It., iu
connection with thn Albuquerque
Otiarda, will give h camp flro and Imi 1 1 at
the A r moiy next Wcdnoailsy evening.
Ticket to ball nnd aiiiKr will bo tl.OO
for gentleninn nnd ladiea free.
Prof. E. Lyman Hood, aiiporinteudoul
of the New Wivsl Education commission
for New Mexico and Ari.ona, was in
Doming yesterday, came up home last
night, and to day left on No. 'i for Trini
dad Tho profoasjr ia alwaya on the
The Gallup Elk anya: At tho city olec
tiou in Albuquerque on Turnday laat
our old f'lend and aciiuaintnncr, ('haa.
Hunt, at present clerk of llin diitrlct
court, waa elected aldermnn from the
'ourth ward. Charley Is all right In any
Criatobal Armijo, the wealthy ex
count) commifBinnar, is opening lua
heart and is developing a generous spir
it. Il realties on the toutheoatcrn cor
her of Ihe pin. in old town, and it ia
underatood that bo will donate lands to
tho county lo oen a atraighl street from
the plar.n tn the court holla.
Miaa Ethel Flu' e, the exceedingly
bright little daughter of K D. Fluke,
elebraied her foutlh birlhihiy yeter
day. lu (hi nf torm-no a large crowd of
Mia Ethel'a little frinnila, Ixiytt aud girls,
met at her papa's residence in Ilia High- j
lamia, and they nil had a apleiidid lime
l.tflhi-r. Mlaa Ethel received many nice 1
prti'nt from her friend.
Carl Hollon, claim ndjuater of the At- ,
Inntio A Pacillc, left on No. 'J for Lnmy 1
Junction, to moot J W. Sliotwell, father ,
of Jooeph Shotwell, the young man '
whoeo denth waa chronicled in Tiik Cm
7.K.H ytiaterdny, on hia way to the city, j
The rematiiH nro being embalmed and I
they will Im taken In llichmond, Mo , for
bunul lo morrow noon by the father and j
telegram haa boon received Jr-jm
Misa Jeaaio Lnne, of Do Huylon, N. Y,
oldeHt ibiughter of 1). W. Line, the old
gentleman in a recent aerious accident,
asking- about his condition. He is about
the name as yeatorday mind, if nny, n
alight ohnnge for tho lietter, but at tlmeo
wandering. Hia nttending physician con
tinues in tho bslief that there In no hopo
Among tho latest arrivals in tho city
I'lir. ('mrr..N notices thn following prom
inent gentlemen from Las Vegas: M.
Hrunswick, tho retired merchant; Frank
itothgeb, tho browor, and L. P. Hrowue,
of Urowuo, Mnnxnnarea & Co. Mr.
Hrunswick is returning homo from a
buainosH trip to Silver City and stopped
over to tnke a gooil night h rest at tho
big hotel on (Sold avenne.
A Had Aerldrnt.
Ed. C Clouthler nod M. Fortln.foriiier-
ly connected with tho Springer Morcanlile
company, have recently bocome nsidenta
of tho city, renting n coty ndobo houae
in tho went end. Yeatorday their furni
ture arrived from Springer and it wr.n
being moved ovei to tho house. In tho
oveni'.ig, about 0:1X1, tho two gentlemen,
after finishing moving tho furniture, got
inlo n cart lo which was hitched a horee,
Mr. Clouthler leading two other horsea
in the rear. On reselling lUncho Hooo,
just before getting to tho oourt house,
the road is narrow aud one of those, little
Mexican cur dogs, which aro numerous,
ran out and commenced snapping and
barking at the horaoa loid. They begun
plunging and rearing, and tho hoof of
ono of the horsea struok Mr. Clouthler
on the left side of the head. The horee I
in the cart then became unmanageable j
nud started on a run, the other horaeal
brooking loose from tho gentleman aud
all three ran abreast. The cart struck a
rock in the rad and tippad over, throw
ing tho occupant violently to Ihe
ground. Tho horses continued toward
the juil, aud on turning the road at the
street car at able caroo to a hall a few
hundred yards further on. Mr. Cloullner
was picked up bndly hurt about tho back
and head. He was takeu to his residence
and n doctor called in, who dreesed hi
wounds. Mr. Fortin sustained several
slight bruise and cuts about the fsco,
arma nnd handa. It waa a narrow escape
for both gentlemen. One of tho horse,
and strange to say not the one hitched
in the enrt, wna frightfully cut about
the legs. He was a valuable nnimnl, but
was immediately told lo tho street cur
company for (IS. His injuries came from
one of tho shafts of tho cart breaking
and Iwating into tho horse's logs while
the three were running abreast,
New notaricn public have been onm
missioned na follows: Chaa. A. Hpies,
Santa Fe; A, D. Iliggina, Lns Vegas,
N. M. Hushnoll, Mont; W. H. Wee km
Han Marcial; Ueo. J. Johnson, Hiota Fe;
M. H. Bnlar.ar, Chamlta; Herman Illock,
Hcrnalillo; N. J. Sandier, Albuquerque;
A. U. Lnuderbaugh, Alma; J. II, TeaU,
Fort Sumner; J, II. Arellano, iUtou; J, F.
Towel, Socorro; F. W. Heatrand, Cooney.
Many people who pride themaolroa tu
their blue blood would bo far happier
with puro blood; but, while we cannot
choose oui ancestors, fortunately, by the
u of Ayer s Bartaparilla, we can trana
mlt pure blood to our posterity.
1.AMT ItVICXtlKifH HRMHIO.
The Sew Hoard r AUrnarn Ucttlns
llnau lo Hnnlneaa,
The bonrd of nldormon mot at 10
o'clock yeeterday evening pumunnt to
iiiljourniuent, Mayor Kalnt in tho chair,
mid nil members present.
Tho ImihI of A. C. llngga, an clly treas
urer, in the sum of 8VyXK, with M. P.
Btuiiim, S. M. Folaom, W. M. Weuver,
John A. lft and E. D. Hullock as aura
Hoe, was a 'eitol,
The bond nf Chaa. Manten aa c.ty uinr
hhal, in thu an m of (1,(XX), with Alex.
Hrieancher mid Edward Hpllr. naauretiea,
Thn enginiHT in ohnrge of thesswrr
was preaonl nnd by eminent of the Iward
mndo n atntoiiient lu relation lo the
power, and requeated tho newer commit
tee to meet him at his olllco Monday
nf teritonn id '2 o'clock to commit regard
ing tho work now douo nud to lie dono
on the sewer.
Moved by Alderman Hunt, seconded
by Alderman llowmnn, that the Dah.v
Citui:.i Im recognized na llio nlllciol
paper nf the city of Albuquerque.
Tho motion prevailed, Miller and
(label voting nay.
Moved by Aldormnn Miller, seconded
by Ahlermau Onbel, thnt Ihe newly-ap-iMiiuted
olllcisl paper bo allowed tho
I same rntea for printing aa paid the Dem
1 ivrat for tlm mit year,
j Moved by Alderman Miller, aocoaded
I by Ahlerman Fnrr, that the city attorney
i lx Inntrucbd to draft an ordinance thnt
' nny party or corporation receiving n
' frauchlae from tho city bo required to
pny in ndvnnco for publishing the ordl
1 naiicn grautiog tho same,
j The motion wna adopted unanimously.
Moved b) Aldermnn Maloy, seconded
, liy Aldermnn Miller, that llio Kprlnkllng
of the etrr.d Imi left temporarily in
, charge nf the atrcol commilteo.
J The mot i mi prevniled
I Tho mn)nr nominntNl David Denhim,
1 justice of tho pence of prvciuol No. 'JO, aa
j (Milieu junto 0 for the city.
I The 110111, nation was accepted unsni
I Tho mayor nominated C. HontoD,
coinretl, 11 h city toamsler,
1 T(e noiiiinntion wnw conllrnied.
' Moved bv Aldermnn linbel, aoconded
by Aldormiiu Armijo, that tho city nttor
i.ey be Inrtructod to draft nn ordinauoe,
to Imi prewiited at thn next regular meet
ing of thn Im. ard, defining tho duties of
The motion prevailed.
On iiiotn 11 of Aldermnn Miller, second
ed by Aldnrmau Maloy, the I m n! ad
journed till next regular meeting,
(.'l(AXf WAIt I'KTIHIl
One of Ihe ..tlraetiona 'hleh will
llept-rpul .ev Hrxleo al tti.
Col. Eilward llaren waa in town yes
terday and bring word thnt n prominent
Knnena City artist, Mr. E. O. Hugglea,
will soou Visit Bautr. Fo with a view to
paiutiug n grand picture of tho battle of
l llorieta, which will bo exhibited nt the
World's Fair oa a part of thia territory's
diaphiy. Nt-gotintiooH to thia end have
beeu in prog re a for eomo wcekn, and
through the kindly offlce of Col. Haren
and other old Santn Feune at K;nsa
City, Mr. HugKiea has accptHl theinvi
tntioii of Cnrle oii Puat, G. A. H., Bet
forth in tho ntpendnd rivsolutioDa recent
ly adopted liy tho poat:
Whoroiia, Information has reached this
post through our friend, Col. Ed. Haren,
thnt Mr. E (1. Huggles, of Kansan City,
Mo, 11 promising young American artUt,
Intendtt, ut Ins own expense, to paint n
scenic nud historic .picture of eome ono
of the buttle of tho lata war in New
Mexico, to be exhibited nt the World'
Fair, to bo held in Chicago in lftO, and
Whereas, It ia the deelro of thia post
that the object of tho said painting
should be tho battle of (llorieta, in which
Hoverid of tho members of thia poat bore
h conspicuous part; it ia, therefore moved
thnt Comrii-JcH Hiram Crampton and
JameH E. lirrgg, now rojournlngnt Kan
ana City, Ik reuestil, iu company with
l.'nl. Edward Hnren, to call upon Mr. E.
0. Hugglea, the artiat.and submit to him
the wiah herein expressed, nnd to arnuro
him thnt the memlHira of this post will
individually tsko pleasure in aiding him
to obtain ail relinblo necessary data with
iu their reiich for tliepiirpoaenf enabling
him to make the sold picture true to
Iion'i He a Marker.
The biiH iieH men of Albuqnorquo
should give ihe cold shoulder to all audi
catch (Minnv advertising scheme aa that
for which tho town is now being worked
by certain pnrtien from abroad, who bavs
no intorrat whatever In Albuquerque or
her people. The town has two good
newepnpora, conducted by muy who are
idantitled with the intoreata of Ihe plaoe,
and dovoto their etiorgien to the wcrk of
buihliug it up, and patronage given to
them will benefit those who havo inter
oata in the town a thousand time mors
than if thrown awny on persona who are
hero to-day and goi;e to morrow, Albu
querque cannot have too much good ad
vertising, but a cheap circular, prepared
by men who havo 00 meana of giving it
any ciroulntiou outside the town, and
who don't know anything about the
place, is not worth tho paper It I print
ed on, iihd the man who pays for a puff
in such a thing simply allows himself to
For a numtMir of year I hove been
subject to violent attack of inflamma
tory rheumatism which generally lasted
iiIhiui two mon'.ha. On tho first of thi
mouth I wiih attacked in tho knee ami
uttered e oily for two da), when I
procured 11 oil le of Chamberlain' Pala
Halm m d it relieved m almost Instant
ly. I I 0 efo-o mos. cheerfully recom
mend it lo .hoo imr o similarly afflict
ed every hero, I . D, Wii'-rsi.r, Martin
dale, N. C Fe . Itti. 1 r. Wh'le y U
very prom on man In this placo ard
hi n'aeaao was very widely Uro.vn r be
an Tored such to ere prin. V'. M. Hoi'
ix, A Ci., .'orchunls, Miirtlndale N. 0.
M cent hot, lea fo' ealo uy Tho. If. Lur
gea i Hon, Druggists.
"Afler 11 varied exrinoo with nisnT
aocallcl cathartio romodio, I am cob
vinoed that Ayer's Pill give the most
satisfactory results. I roly oxcluslvslf
ou those pilla for the cure of liver ooi
stomach complslnts.'' John D. Dell, &N