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Washington, April 1K.- Tin. I'inted
Slate department of nrioulttin. hn ih
puril 1 1 to following circular.
Notice la hereby given thttt onttle
which Imvo been nt lentt nlneti day in
the nron of country hereafter described
may Imi niovil from said area In rail m
to tho atnten of Oilnrndo, V otu i uf nml
Montana fur grazing purpom m nctnr
dances wiui inn regulations m lulu I iy
Mid stwea ior n.iniisHiuii ot southern rut
tie thereto, provided
First Tlmt cnttlo from said nron shall
e,i Into said state for slaughter or graz
Ing, nml shall on no account Ih. shlpNd
Irom einio into nnx oilier state or torn
tor of tln United Slate la-fore tho first
Jiv III IJiM-elolier, 1N.M.
S-o.md Tlml Mich cattle shall not ho
allowed in pons or on trullH or range
that urn to l niciioicd nr cnsed liv
eattl going to tlin cutrii markets li
fjre December, Ih'.M, nml tlml those two
CllS of Olltllll HIiiiII llllt 'hi llllllUl'll to
rnmi in I'ontimt
Third 1 lint till car which hnvn o.r
ried rut tli from Haul urea Nhnll, hmiii nn
loling at once. l cleaned unl dietn
tec ted in lli manner provided h) I in.
regulation or thus department of Feb
ruary aril. I Hit I
Fourth 'I hut the Htt iiutlmriticH of
the slates of Colorado. Wynm.ng mill
Molilalia agree tnchfor these pr visions
Tlio area which cattle may go into the
itate of Colormlo, Wyoming nml Mon
tana, by mil for grazing hm nlno pro
lidisl is km follow All tlmt nren inelud
ed within the following Imiinilnry Inn.
Commencing nt tin. nouthoiuil n.rner of
h territory of New Mexico, thei r run
ning northerly along the eastern Ixumdnry
of ..aw nicxioo to tin southwestern mr
nr of tin. country of Cheyenne and state
of lexes, thence jimI rrly along tlu
boiindsry of the counties nf Cockrnri,
ll.ikley, Ltiibhrck, Crosby. Dickons, sud
King to thn one humlrctli tiioriilinn;
tliriice north nlong until meridian to Uih
IUd river whore ll erosnsi tin eastern
bonmlaiy of tin. county of Chiltlict-s:
tlienro following mil. I Ittsl river to I lie
northwrat corner of the county . Wirh
Its; I lion co along tho eastern boundary
of thn county of Wilduurrr. Iliivler,
Ttirocktnorton, nml Slincki'lfuril. th-uri
iluos tho enntxrn h unitliirii'H of Tiiylor,
ItamnnU, ComHiuiho, Muudo nml Kiinli.ill
countiex; tlionct. wh! nlont; tin- ninth
lints of Kiniliiill, Sulldii mill Crooki.lt
COUDtil'M; tilUI'L't. b.llltll Illoll till. 01 Hi
lini of IVuim county to the ltio (irnntli
rimr; tiioucH nloni; tin. I'.io Criiuili. to
the ooo-liunilroth ini'riiliiiu mil tln'iice
northerly 1110111; tln h.iiiii. hut .linn to
tbo fioint of Lh'k'Iiiiiiiik.
J M. Hi sk.S. i ri'tnry.
An lmioranl dhllili.
lUleitfh, N. C. April Th irum
neot exhibit which thu fourtot.iii uitli.Tii
itati ami New Mexico and Anznini have
Joliifd in ttitabliliiii in thin city, own
od the 15th of Mny, while frmn the lwt
of Ofltober to tho Inet of DroeiiiUT next
great oulhern expoaitiun will Ik. hfltl
iluu, John T, Patrick, Keurniury or tho
XK)Hitioa, nnd one of tint IciuIith of m
duttrial progreiu in the routhfrn etnton,
hi MtitbliMhtHi liia hcniliuiirtrH hero,
and ia trorkini; enerKOtioiilly to promote
and perftct thn nrranuumrnta for tho ex
potition. Hp expect 11 K'reut ii'lieriii
and 11 reoiurkable cxliibilof tho productH
and rrHourt'.) of the tuiuth.
Oneoflho rnott interi-Htini; fenturrH
of iliu uxpoaitiou will I hi nn exlnliit xhow.
Init the ndvanremenl of tho colored rnco
Thin lirnnoh of the cxpoMilion will lo
mniniKed entirely by colortsl men. Knch
aouthnrn atnto will have iU h pec 111 1 col
orl committiv, who will Intro eiclunlre
onntrnl over tho exhibit from Km ntnte.
It U exM5ted that thin exhibit mil in it
aelfdraw liiouaaudii of people to the
capital of the old North Ktnte, to lenrn
of the inj;riR miiilo by IIiIh M?(iple, who
than n Kouerntlou ao went in
I'liilndelphin, IV, April 'JO.- It wan ro
portM at the meeting of the mkIoIv of
friends, or Qunkora, aa they are Mime
tlm called, recently that during the
jaar two now meeting have been ealiib
11Iik that nnonongregutiou Lhk'iiuio so
mall that it waa nbanrbed by niiothor.
The diBcUHlon In ralation to the frivol
ity of the young Friend continued. It
a n aouruo of regret to tho old mou
that muMo ia taught In Friend'e roleeu.
The iitiidy of HlittUospt.nrn waa vignroua
1 denounced. Tho oducatlonal board
flirted t .at thorn urn 1.000 atudenU at.
tending the aohooU under IU control.
Tho t!iiKirnnco nociety. rorlHl tlmt
1 Frionda are in the habit of oeeaimion
Hy taking n glnta of boer. Many of 1I10
old mm almi expreaaisl regret nt thia
tateof HiTalni. Odd man aald that the
ucioty ia rapidly degenerating.
New Vork, April U'J. The rmmdation
f the Grant monument at Itivorsido
Park u laid ith lmolDg oeremuniea
on the annireraary of the great aoldlor'a
h. When Colonel Freeman, who
conducted tho orrangomenU, turned the
jjnt aod there wa gazing approvingly at
J"1 action 50.000 citizena, among them
oeiog nearly all tho cougruaanien from
"le atate, the Grand Army of the IU
Publlo of adjoining atatea, Comraander
wyand hia atari, General Longatreet,
Qoeral Iluckoerand ex-OoTernor Jarr.ea
A, . Uearor of I'enuBylranla. The oration,
"hlch wan a brilliant effort, waa de
hril by General Horaco Porter. The
"J'a proceodlnga, it ia expected, lll
many and large oontributlona to
he monument fund, and they are aadly
BMded. The minimum coat of Uie
aonum,nl w qto, but the worn
H bwn aa for ah! to raise U0,
rT J1 'n of Ibe monument, adopt
J or the aaaoclatloo la by John H.
"uneu, and conUaapUtef b atructdro in
u.trloui Kiagee of couiileteneM. Tho
money now on hnml will warrnnt thn
erection nf only n part of tho memorinl.
I The uiemorinl hall will Im of great eire.
! Thn crypt in placed on tho nro, which
nlforda n large mince tiround tho aarco
I phixjiid, imi nn lo leave the entih. xiril )n
of I In. uiemorinl hnll free for any pntri-
titio or civic gathering, n rimtrum leiiig
plicoil In Iho extreme end for tho uai. of
the upenkera. Tho artmt him provided
for an equeatrnin atatin. nt ( S runt and
In four principal general ami for or
triiitaof tho inujiir general. Tin, are
the general ditm tiHiniiH of tho Dtructure:
There will boa eliare linne of lU)xl(0
ftvl, exclimive of theetei ami other pro
jiction. Tho total bright of the mail
".ileum will be llii fei-t from the bnHe, or
1KH) from the level of the lludmin. From
tlm center of the uiemorinl hall to the
dome ia n tliMmire of 1UI feet. From
the domn iimplo but w)inlHr light 111 dif
fused over the whole building.
The WorM'M lir
Chicago, April ih) -Tlmt a great deal
of work ban Immii done in iictunl prepnrn
ti"ii for the great oxpneittnii of 1 H.VI in in
ilicntinl by the following report juiit miiilo
liyClirfuf Oiualruction lliirtilium to
the grt'i.indn and buildingn coinuntleo of
"I'urHUitig the Hilicirn and melhoda
laid down by your ennmittw from time
t time for tin. bureau of conntruutiou I
h e the following brief Hiiiniimry to re
port of the progreM of work:
"The Htirveying depiirtment haa fur
niHhwl complete toN)graihical miijm of
JhcUhoii park, Iiiih htnked out the loon
ti 111 of all htiildiitKH and IngootiH nnd id
Huiion laiiig the work of urnding now Ihi
ing iluiii) in the exHiHiiiou grotiuiln
'McArlliur Hrim., the ooutriictorH for
grading, have up to the lHth .lint., moved
'.'J.'i.UO'l VMrdH of nmter.Hl. IKHI.OnO being
tlm iHtiiiliitiyl iUnt)tlty to Imi moved in
nil Tile wenlher Iiiih ilehiyml dredging
until now, from which tune work will lie
"Ill the cotiHtriictioiiHl department
HpecillcatioiiH for iron ami wood work
have Imhii coiupli.tcl and nte in the
primer e nuutia. too icinpornry coll
et ruction olllce at the park will be com
p.etwl on or about May 1, and oornthc
niiirod will Ihi quartered there.
"Working drawing are practically
completed for tho following building:
iniiiee, electricity, agriculture, and all
othera are well in hand, l'lutm for tho
HiibwnyH under tho teruiiuid loop with
niieoilleationa are coinplotod and contract
i rmuly to 1m. let for intramural freight
track to Ih. ued in handling material.
"A plan fur the water supply end
Hewerauo Iiiih Iwen workwl out, nnd a
plan nnd x'cillcaliouH prepared for lay
ing audi piM a will bo nettled imme
diately during the conHtruction of build
ings, orator for tho aamo to be supplied
through the present city main. A con
tract for Mipplylng the oxpoitltinn with
water bus Ix-en mndo with tho city of
Chicago. For the dihonl of the eeweruge
und drainage plan are well under way."
Work in tlio department of mechani
cal engineering line piUHed beyond the
priiuiiry vtage. The plan hnve Un
niado of the main jiower plant, and bihx:
illt'atiouH preiared fur tho boileiu which
will In. required, including their Belting
nml the necoMnry amokeitnrk.
"Mnuufacturera of boilera and pumpa
nive lieon invited to mate what they
would do in tl.o way of furnishing their
Iir.Hlucla lo tho expoHiliun free of charge.
Hevoral olTem have been received and
eoino Tery valuable auggeationB obtained
from variolic iiiiiiiufiicturjrs, which will
In the department of electricity plana
have been devieed for the lighting of
building and ground , aleo for the fur-
iiiehiiiK of jKiwer for electrical trnutmiH-
Bion and oierating machinory ati well aa
the elevated oleotnu railroml. TeU are
now being made of tho Inuring capacity
of tho soil and eutxuil, with a view to
conatruotlng our foundation with thu
utmoat economy without jeopardy to the
"In tho department of laudecape archi
tecture plan am well developed for
proper ornamentation ot the ground
ubout the buildings, lagoons and is
land, and on expert ia auperiulonding
all work done in order to inauro fullest
justice to thia all important feature.
"A proiiaiiatinff houae for the nrenara.
tion of plants, etc., la now noarly com
p'oted. Ground ha been prepared for a
nurrery nnd a quantity of trees, ahrnba
ond plant have been ordered and nre
already arriving. We may reasonably
oxpect to let contracts on two ot the
bulldinga by tho ond of thia mouth."
The Yaakee Wntrhea la KagUaH.
Now York, April 30, A diapatoh from
London aayat Several conference of
leading watch-makers from differnt parU
of the country have been held of late to
conaider how watches having t-ortiona of
their movements made in the United
Ktatc rhould be marked so as to m-
labllsb a recognized custom or trade.
The oonoluiion haa dually been arrivetl
at that, as no marking of watch move
ments compoeed ot Engliih and foreign
materials wonld accurately deecrib the
proportions, manufacture 1-4 ahould us
their own Judgment In coo form nig to
the act of parliament rolatlvo to mer
chandise mark. The watch trade sec
tion of tbo various chambers ot 00m
maroe tbronghout the country have also
ttoen requested to consider tho obliga
tions ot the trade under this auU
A ball headed woman is unusual be
fore sho is 40, but gray hair is common
with them earlier. Ilaldncas and grey(
nesa may be prevented by using ilall's
AIJU'UUKRQfli:, NKV MKXKO, SATURDAY, MAY 'J, 1 HI) 1 .
T. W. Collier want to icll hm hnlf of
the Itiiton li'iuge.
Vacant ImueiM cunt nine n icnrco coin
ino.lity m Itaton.
The Spniiger Ccmeiit coiiipiiny 1
again actively engaged in linking ce
ment. Frivl Itohr returned to ltatou frmu
Ciiiinrroiicit... where l.i had been to pur
chase a lot of fat htiHirH from Francis
J. C. Aland, at CatHkill.hnH ilipi.esl of
IiIh plant ami tilul er Ii-iihoh tit the fence
factory anil iloan a mill 111 other
Tho IIIIIhiiIh Ditch couipauy 011 the
La Plata, will have thn Hume complete. I
anil wnter itinniiig in the ditch by the
tenth of May.
Alex. McGregor, of Georgetown, i
preparing t.. do exteneive work upon hi
mine 111 niiiii.ver. ll win i. a HhlpHr
from the Man.
.1 .1. Muroliv ih now riiunlnL' three
Murpl. ih mr.v
chairH nt Iuh I'irU-i' nliup in lintoii .)
II. Pay ne, of Kiti.H.iii Cit,now ofll.'iiiti
at chnir No .'t.
C. I Davenport, if .Silver City, hih
that ex Sh- ntr II. II. Whltehill ih
near a ha lly Imhlnil in hi acctiunt a
ha In en reported.
Ilrugnw A .1,1. if (ieiirifetown, are
workn g a niiiuli -r . f men 011 1 1 1 McGie
gor mine, en I uUuit thirty ininerH are
lensitig fri'io III. 'in.
Lint week, tin. Maxwell grunt sold
fruiiithtir Mixweil i ity farm, eighty
catM of feo.i to law Vegas p.irtieH, ami
three carH to It ilou.
l-'retl Pi. iitkowidiv has jiMt liuishiii a
very runt and completx m.ip i.f the IV .
V ill lev from lion.ell to the Inn. .,f t e
Texim A P.i ti.- 10 1 1.
Marry Wi ig.aiu iiuuimiit.il for
uiavor of liat.'ii, at a citieiih' miiHd un-et
nig; C. Sa uluhky, for recorder; 'J'lieo.
Gardner, f- 1 uiaiKhiil.
Carl It .U.rlH. Win. Thatcher and Mr.
1'rei.ey jun-.tl through Clay tm with a
bunch of D. I), hen. -n for the pool out
lit ilowu oil the 1 '..'.1 1 river.
The Intel ft . tl e !te I). Sherier III
the circle II cattle was Mild at auction
nt Lirdaburg by AilminiMrntor llutiiah,
and bid in 0 .I..I111 U.. In. 111.
Mr Pheby. the aged iiiollicrof Tlioin
ih 11. and .I..1111M I'heli;' ami .Irs. Fr.mk
louoir, of Ge.-rgetowii, di.il at the lesi
dene.' i 1 l.,i.j,lj,r tttere.
Hlwin il I'laftoii, a noted New Vork
journuliht, nt one tuiiti miiliiigiiig editor
of tl.e New Vork World, is at Ht. V11.
fen t'n H.ii.it.irium at Santa IV
.1. M. Woods, formerly of Georgetown,
hai Iwen heard from at Ncgalet., Ar..
ona, where ho tins buiight an mtercni in
a Hiuldlery nnd hariii-HX biiHineits.
Wm. lititkciiip and Miko Keating
have purch.isctl thu niloon ami tlxtuicH
of McKv... a place, at ltatou, ami will
open a llrsl clas shIihih, May 11
C. M. Ilmkcs, from NelPri Un pliop, is
in charge of ( in. .Nolan's now Maud nt
tho Silvio- (My potii!liec, during the lilt
ter'u trip to California nnd return.
JjIiiiA. Lddy, Lrotherof C. II. Kddy,
lu couipauy with George N. Missell, of
Mllford, N. V., hnve been visiting the
Pecos section during thn pnst week
Carl Frtt-cl.l, president of the Kalama
zoo lviiltting compaity, of Milwaukee,
uiitl a stockholder ot thu tit. Lazarus
Gold Mining complin), In a vmitor al
L. I .1 at
dhiooii iicenae in uiucolii county is
WM n year in Liuciln ami White Gall;
all other prociiictn in tho county (HM n
year, and nnd license fee must la. whack
od up lu advance.
The Han Manual pop!o nre bound to
have n good wagon road from that plate
to Chloride I he btiHince-i men ot that
town have already subwribcd a goodly
hum for that puruii.
ti I -
vv. r. .Mm, malinger or thn lii.rvey
Houae, Han Mnrcinl, and his charming
sister MUa Minnie, will leave for their
Pennsylvania hum., the list of this week,
to bn absent about six weeks.
W. 0. Tonkin writes that ho will b
homo K)co ticinKj with money gnloro
and thn Gold Hill custom mill will be
again placed on 11 sound tlnnucial foot
ing, say the Loriliburg Liberal.
Mian Amelia Loys.tr, of Han Murcitd,
haa arrived infely in Cincinnati, where
she waa wa-inly woIooibihI by friend,
and espocinHy bv tho young gvntlman
who ia about to lutike her thu head of
"Jolly Ten" llourrra.
The above prominent and jtopular ao
oial organization will be ayrarold on tho
latotJuno. The Iwj proOM to celo
brute the anniversary of their club by
giving n grnnd ball on tho tiDtu of Mny.
The Armory haa been secured for that
evening nml tho following committee
apvolntod at a recent meeting, aro now
busy at work; On muaio and hull
Mesara. Karlckson, II urges nnd Hhun.
non; on printing leara. MoTaviah,
Do,iloy and Murray; on invitatlona
Meurs. Uabln, Keepora and Uell.
Ceantei-at untied iuiSI Krelade4.
The county comuiiisloner mot this
morning. PreMnt-Commieiiioners Ul
bera and Hull, and among considerable
business transacted the following reso
lution rescinding tho bridge, bond elec
tion matter was Introduced and paaaedi
Whereas, Diitrlot Attorney W'hltoraan
has thia day presented to the board of
county oomiuiMflooers hia opinion in the .
matter of the eltolioa proclamation U-'
nui'tl ' theliianl of commie, nm r 1111
der dale . f April II, 1MU, submitting to1
the qii!lill..,l elector of the county of
lt..r..a..l'o .he pr, p ,iin of Lmi i,g !. ,
im h .1..I.1 for Iho purH.M of building
certain i.ri.(,'e; It is hereby 1
lteo:vetl, lhat the action heretofore
I ak. 1. iiy tii-. I.. nr. I 111 rtvuid theielo
l. n Hi'inihsl ami that the ele'tion pro-
clainaiuiii n.herti ng an elt'tinn to he
IiimI on tin. '.'ih iluv i.f Mny. 1NI1. I.
hereby couuleriiiiiiiil-d nnd declared oir,
nil. I further thai the npllll.HI Hlllllllitteil
to thin iMiiitd in trriling by the dn-trict
111 1 if 1 m-, W II, Wh t.-innii. ho tiled nnd
ei!grni(.. on the minute of thlNihi)'
J or, .iioitiiiH.
The l.f-rlieriniM Mennii llerojn n VITe
from her lliinlinutl.
I'or tho pait few day it hi. been
quietly miked ill certain circle Mint the
wife of V. (I. Coyler, one of Hie mixt
p'oaHiuit gentietiiKii around "l'ho Ht. JII
Hi", had l.ei'ii untrue to lnni nml her
puraiiemr him .)..-...pli Morn-, whoeerep
nintion for t dking aUmt Indie nml lie
cryimr Ihe.r irtue, 11 well known in
1 1 n n comui'iiiitv.
I LunI iTida) Mr. I'uyler pliiiiiie.l a
j t'ip to her nsti-r, .Mr. M. I'. Garner, at
; lluckley, WiiNhinglon, ami her IiuhIiiiiiiI
wiim i.nly Iihi i;la I Hint In- make the
' vn.it. When the train from the rant ar-
rivetl that eveniiiK', the wife win ready
go nml with a kit on her lip from a
IiiihI.uiuI that devotedly lovetl her waa
h i iii Npeo.liiig aii over the weM,
i ni p nn.. At Wiimlou tho tram
htiipn in n lhaii half an hour, and
011 the pla'.f.n 111 ntii.i.1 MorriN.the iugriite,
thcHpoilei of woman' name, waiting with
heaving brouht ami throbbing heart the
wife wheni lie wa uihtriiliieiitul in
p-rMiadiiig t i Hjing from her liUHtniuil.
Tiu-j iiit-t, ItiHMI 111 d engaged a birth,
ami lioth are i,ow no tloiibl baHking 111
1. i.'ll otiier' nrniK, under the genial ru
of tr.ipi.'ai M'litheru Cm forma, nml mind
the p'lfuiiin of wtet M'euteil rum M.
Mri t?u!er, the guilty wife, 111 huiiiII
hi hliiMie, icity tlgutc ami lovely fau. ,
ery fi.Hciiniiing. Her huib.uitl, who m
all li'i.lie up ..vcr the ntfair, Htnte that
ij.e una a dutiful, km. I hearted, virtuou
wife until a few ueekH ago, when kho
fell into llie Mime of the Hlinko -Joe
Morris l'p to ,tr dep.irture,
however. 111' HllhMCt
until the next
-it 110 wrong,
when he fount) out thai 11
fnctitli.f MortiH here in ti e city I. nil in
foruie.l him 1 MivrriHl that Bh wiih 011 the
train. Mr Cuvler wiim informed by a
tlifiiitereate.l p irty that Morriu met his
wife at Wiiih.ow, and 111 a com erratum
with the reporter Muted that he can not
wimii ner any w rung, although hIio paw
ll to leave him.
.Morn-.' reputation is entirely too well
known in tliiH city to need a lengthy ven
tilation from Tin. CinzKN. lie ha a
record for decoying and insulting ladle
ami young girN, and it i slrango thai
h ime father or tiin-lianil haa not given
him a dojcnctily u'ood licking.
tiii: m:v i.aivh.
I1KI.VTIVK 1(1 SI'IIIHII, IKHIKS.
See. 1. The board of education of the
territory of Now Mexico shall have anil
i routed with full power to adopt a
system of M'ho.il UitikH for the use of the
public hiIiooIh of this territory, anil only
the hclusil IhmiUh so adoptetl by the said
hoard shall Ihi used 111 any and all of tho
public schools in this territory. The
h.niril of education shall have xiwer to
contract with te publisher or publish
ers of lovt book adoiilod for iisi in the
public school of New Mexico ir the
unine of the territory and through the
iiierintttiidiint of public instruction for
the purchase nnd delivery of said books
under such regulations as Iho board may
Sec. 'J. Tho luniks purchased in thn
name of Ibe territory shall be sold to thn
several counties for cash only, at cost
and freight milled, nml additional live per
centum of amount of cost and freight to
cover nscim-nry expense ; on tho luth of
each month ii'vounta of Itouke purchas
ed nnd sold shall la. lottled by the su
perintendout of pubho instruction; the
text IsKiks shall l:o supplied by the pub
lisher or publishers in quanliliei on tho
order of the superintendent of public
education of the torritory, and on the 1st
day of March and Heptonihtir 0 each
yearn fml settlement shall be had be
tween tho territory nnd contractor nnd
11 full report thereof shall bo submitted
to th - iMurd of education of all mattera
connected with the purchnio of text
book by tho siior.ntenilii..t of educa
Ktc. il Text lsxika onoo adoptetl shall
not Imi uhaugod for four years, and 1 he
first contract fur same ihall bn entered
into between the publishers and the ter
ritory on the 1st tlsy of HeptrmUir, I81H,
or it soon thereafter a Ksalbln.
Sec. -t. Tho bonrd of txlucalion of the
territory of New Mexico ia hereby vestvd
with excluaivo jsjwer in tho nintter of
prescribing tho text !ookn necessary to
boused lo Ibe public school of thU t"rri
tnv,anil any soIhk' teachsr, school dl
rector or county school auierlntondent
violating thn rulmnnd regulationa of the
bonrd of education, ahull m deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall bo fin
ed for each and every offense, and upon
conviction In a court of contiKiteut jtiria-
diction, in a sum not leas than f 10 nor
more than fl(r) fijr each and every of-
Hiic. A. This act shall take effoct and
be in fare from aud after its pesiago, nnd
II acta and parte of acta lu conflict
therewith aro hereby repealed.
Approved Fob. 'JO, 1601.
Tl.o Pullman ilnulenil ,,f -J per cent
w, , ,., Mll Vt.
''"hn I'm h, udin tor, 1 buck on the
Winuw .h 0.1..1. of (lie Atlimt A Pari
Ktigincer Mclnvoy, of the Atlantic A
i'iiciiic, ami ratuiiy aro now permanent
residents of N,.ctl!c.
Judge lliileduiti, solicitor for the At
lantic A Pacillc road, is at Presc.ill, ami
the Courier nays "to pay kick laxen."
Major J, W. Niuhuls, ilivisiim slipeiio
teiitleut 1 f the Wells-Fargo explt'.!- c an
puny, who ha U'ou north, Iiiih returned
A gentleman from Marceliiuc, Mo., 11
ox.vted here in a f..w tla Me will ac
cept the iHisitiiiii of claim cleik at the
Sauta Fo freight desit.
The Iho (Iran. I.. Western earning for
the third week of April were I ",(', an
uicro.iH. of ,'i7 er c ut over the eorren
m)iiiiu iiioutli of last e.xr.
.Switeliiiit.i, Win. Winn, of Lit. Vegas,
Ui'iH'ied his hamhi Imdli in the yard
there, lie was taken to the hospital and
will probulny In.! one linger.
The run uvel the Jlntenim lonal aril
Great Northern with the President's
porty from L.ugiiew to Houston--'Jill
miles -was made in live hour ami thirty
The W'cHtiiighoiiBti air brake have
leen adopted ,y the government of
South Australia after having apMiiuteil
a coinum-sinn to investigate and report
on the Wt device.
Kuginoer Pullar, running on the At
lantic A Pacillc. between this city and
Winslow, ia here witu In family for a
few days. There is also a young daugh
ter at Amly a house,
F K Nelson, ,,f Williams, audi'. T.
Juaiis, of Winslow, Isith holding import
ant itiHtioim 011 the Atlantic Pacillc,
are in the city. I hey aro hereto enjoy
a few day of needed rest.
The Colorado Mnllaml railroad r.isirl
gross earnings f ir February of till,'."!,
I an incrciiH.. of a as compared with
the saim. ui'inth of la-t year, and net
I f:il,!ilH, a decrease of f.i.txV).
I It .....i. ..........I .1.... . a
.. I. 1. nt, i,i,-t-i, nun 11 met. ung 01 int.
advisor) hoard of the western t ratlin us
Hociation will 1 1,. held in New Vork on
May (, on which occiihioii .lay Gould, C.
P. Iluntiiigion ami other will attend.
For the in nth of March I lOrondH have
rop'irted gr aw earnings aggregating till,.
ll.), against SCI,'Ji:i,7.V) for tho cor
rt'tqaindii g month of IiihI your- an in
croase of a trill over il per lent in mil
The statenmnt that Jack Johnson will
leave for the east to-morrow m untrue.
Ho ia at present acting ugent for Santa
Fe, during the abicnco of Agent Walker,
nnd cannot tell exactly when ho will
Junto McNicol, nn express meAsenger,
rode the celebrated gunt nt tho Knights
of Pyllui, Inst evening. Mao held tho
vicious "billy" in grand style and g11in.1l
tho hearty apphiuie of those who looked
on nml admired.
lomltictor Charley Trussed, of La
Vegas, ha taken a thirty tlay luy oh, for
the purNHtiiof attending tho annual con
vention of the I). It. C, iu St. Imls, to
which he ih a delegate.. Conduutor C. D,
liouchcr. of ltatou, will tnke his place,
The Maricopa A Phcnix roatl will ho
oHn to Teuipe by next Sunilay. and to
Phenix two week later. Tho new bridge
over the Gila w ill hn aJUI feet, then. Imi
itig 'JUKI feet added to the old one, 111 the
river ha I nuu'ivnl and widttuod that ilia
It is not likely that the Denver A- ltio
Oraudo will ever attempt to run any
more train over tho Veta Pais. The
curve, are ton sharp aud then trains can
reach all desirable MiintH ovei thu Villa
Grove branch. All lluea liku to fleer
c.eur of a mountain.
J. C. Flannery, the machinist, w ho has
worked at tho Smita Ft. shopH in this
city, will It-nui tonight for Sin lleruar
dino, Cat., where he will tuke a position
iu the railroad sho. Mr. Flannery
workwl for fourteen yearu for the South
eru Pscillc, ami ih n tn aster at hia trade,
F.tigiiioDr T11II and Urukoiuun Manly
were fulally injurwl in a freight wreck
un the .Southern Pucillu sixteen mill
west of Li Paul Tuesday morning. Thu
chum) of the wreck waa a untid trifl.
Halt a doyen cars. Iwmde tho engine
were detiuishe nnd tho ubovo employ va
At u meeting of thn directotH of tho
New Mexico Central railrosd al Hauta
Fn there were prencnt Stdict'.or II. L
uldo, Mesirs. K. H. Stover, A. Stabb,
M, S. Otero, F. A. Mnoxanaro nnd J. S.
Key mild. The ktlairsof thticororatioii
worn wound up and Its aaset formally
tratsforreil to 1 ,0 Atchison, Topakn A
Santa Fo company.
William T. Davis, formerly a contluo
tor on thn Purl, Texas, division of thu
Santa Fe, now general uutenutundent of
tho Corpus Cbristi and South American
lailway, i east purchasing material and
rolling ttM.'k for the nuw road, aevenly
milo of which huu beu graded in Iho
direction of lirownavllle,
Tlmre will b 11 genoral effort to bring
utxiut the adoption of a common car
coupler, snys thn Memphis Commercial.
There nre about oco hundred different
kinds in use, nr.d few of Iheui will lit
Into each other. The action of thn Van
derblP lines In adopting the plane coup
ler on freiuht trains to tbo sicluslon of
the In.k ami pin patterns will have tin
clTect of hastening tho general adoption
or the plane coupler. The Vanderlnlt
line have trittl II Jnuiney," "G.uiM
ami "Mamliinl patterns, ami their ex
Is-rienct. show the stiperi-.iit) 1 f coup
lorn of this c'awt So laig.i a H'r.fiilagt
01 ucciilelils 11 referietl I . roiiplllig
ireigtit vht that a general change to au
toinatic couplers m expected to reduce
the percentage of ncoiilelits very largely
Tho Cnciiiiiali express ran into 1
freight which wiim at a standstill at a
small station c tl e. Warring, near Haiti.
more. Liigints-r Curtis I'.lliott, uf the ex
pros, l.iigu r Henry CralT. Fireman
Murphy, of the freight, and Postal Clerk
Peacock ami Fireman N G. Miller, ..f
the express, were teriollhly injured.
iho l recto tt (ourttr ays: Judge
Win C. Halediiie, the Santa IV able
solicitor, is getting la grippe in chancery.
Me came here recently from Albuiiler
qiln nnd sus the place Ih having 1
iieaiui growth Tint judge will,
erelong, pay a lot of mom. into our
iioiinty treasury mi account of tho At
lantit- A lVitic rmiioa.l.
Ullicial of the Fort W orth A Denver
say that tralllcon that line ha received
a wonderful iuiotUH Much tho retert
ram, and that tho tonnago has largely
uicreastsi anil ih still increasing. They
aro iLiiddoiil that if no disastrous Moods
iHTiir, cniiHing heavy washouts, etc., that
Uie prcecnt year w ill Imi the most prist
iH-rotiH one llnancially the road ho ever
Large numliTH of sttsk rnrs are I wing
sent south over the Clilon I '(with i.l
Trinidad every dav in readiiie-s for the
large shipiueiits of stock which will U
niailo from Texas within the next few
month. II is eM.cte. that this branch
of the business will begin to mow. about
tlie 10th of May, when the capacity of
thn road will bo taxed to it fullest ex
President Huntington, of the South
em Pacitl.-, was m Ll 'aWi yctertlay .
The prestlient's party cnueintH uf hemde
himself and wife A. N. Tt.wne, second
vice president hnd general manager,
Wiiliaui Mahl, privnte ns retary to Pn a
Ident Hiiutingtou ami several ladle.
A. C. Hutchinson, prem lent of the Al
lautic system. L. It, .J.1htiB.in. general
manager of Ih.. Mexican International,
William Mcix'enzie, general freight and
passenger agent of the same road, met
President llunttiigtou and will go east
Tho New Mexican states thai nn v.
traorilinary freight trail!.! is coming in
and going nut over tho Iiniy Santa Fe
branch ibis spring. And when asked
the cause of it, a transfer man said it
niniply means that Santa Fe, in her
usual quiet way, in Monthly forginj, ahead
as a whole-ale nnt. Iliisiius-H is also
very gutsl on the narrow gauge, despite
tho D. A It. G. withdrawal of through
rate. Much of the good that now
comeii from the east via. Un. A. T. A S
F. goe north over the narrow gauge to
northern New Mexico points.
Late Tuesday afternoon a terrible ac
cuieni occurred in the ynrdn ot Iho
southern I'acilli) company at Ll Paso
that is almost sure to be attended w ill
fatal reHiills, (loo. C. Wellington, n car
jienter at the railroml simps, was passing
iM.iwecn the rear end of two traliiH with
some lumber on In shoulder when one
of them starlet! to move, and Is-foro the
unfortunate man could get out ho was
caught lietween two earn and terribly
crushed, He was removed to hi homo
and medical aid summoned, but the
chance for his recovery are extremely
Ibe I'htnnix Gaelteaaya: Work will
begin next Monday on this end of the
Plni'iilx A Maricopa railroad. J. G. Hod
nett will put a force ot teams and men to
work Monday morning, grading nnd lay
ing a track to thn river Mow the Tems)
bridge, whore thu teuiirnry bridge will
bo constructed, Thn bridge to he used
till the iron olie incompleted will ho four
feet above the water nnd will bo built an
cheaply 111 ixmsible. W ork on tho Gila
bridge la progressing rapidly, and it will
m only a few oka till another train
will run to Phii'tux.
Another llolibrr ArrcslrU.
A special dispatch to the Denver News,
from Omaha, Neb., gives the following
J. IX Keller, alms Frank Gavin, who I
wanted or the iKi.'MIJ ihmIo ch robberv
nt Albuquerque, N. M, waa arrested at
in in mlil ny mo sttnjicft Inspector.
Kellsy waa seen standing in front of
Iho federal nuildiiig iu Council IlluhV
by a couple of itostoftlce Inspectors, but
ht.foro arii Hting him they tholiuht it (test
l i go anil laL'.. another look at the do
seriptinn, so a to Ih. uro ho waa thn
right man, utul when they returned to
lint) him he was gone. He was dicover
etl nt the deisit just ready to tuko tho
i n. on I'uclllo for frtaco. and covered bv
Iluetar aatt Aldrrman
A I well known Dr. J. P, Kaaier,
nldermnn from ward No. is called fre
pisntly to mnke profeaaionnl triist along
the AtUntio A Piuitlc, nnd receutlv bo
whs nt Needles. Tho Kye give him the
follow liu notice;
Thn Hon J. P. Knster. M. I). alder
man of the Second ward In Alhuiuertiue.
New Mexico, und chief surgeon of tho
Atlantic A Pic 1 1 In railroad, was a visitor
to the humblo hamlet on thn tawny Cob
bndit lust Tuesday Notwithstanding
thn cares iucomliont upon him hm a slt
leal nfllouholder, thn dm-tor Ijears his
honor easily nml gracefully, and seem
to have lot neither a night' risit nor a
initio msal by reason of the cores thrnst
upon him. 1
Till! IMM.I.AIIII MKTIIOII.
A N)Nlem ol Tearhlns; Kjineelally
Utioil for .en Tlnlm,
In Tin CirivtiN of April IS) was nn
item auiiouiiciug the arrirnlin thncltyof
Miss I'.Siiihit Tuell, n representative nnd
trainiiig teacher of the Western Publlnh.
ing house of Chicago, who was hero with
a view of getting the Territorial Uonrd
of lidiiriitiun interested in tho Pollard
tncth.Ml of teaching salliug nnd rending.
Tin morning the reHirter met the
hidy nml wan informed Hint tho Pollard
nietlusl Is tun. by which sounds of letter
nnd diacritical marking nr taught from
Iho Mart to beginner. To make the
work interesting and fascinating to the
hltli. ones, tound are tnught in stories
ami song 111 connection with familiar
obj.sjtM and incidents Thus in met the
old objection that pliuiuwi were too ab
stract to Is. taught to childr n.
Iho next itiiNirlaut feature is leach-
ing L'uglish pronunciation by rule. Thia
H ' hy having pupil understand the
nlatie pos.tioim of thn lettora in words,
an I by Huh they learn to mark worda
liacritically indcKnilently of the dia-
tionary or the teacher's mil.
Heading follow the iKlling. Thia
plan 1 more hko the old fashioned una
nnd ih tho opK)siU. of Iho wortl mothod.
which has U1.11 lu use for tho last llfteon
years or more, ami which has resulted in
making stumbling readara and oor spel
lers In higher grade.
Tho Pollard method adhered to etriot-
ly prislucea correct BH.llers aud lluont
reatlers, and secure protHir pionuncia-
tion and dmtiuut enunciation. However
much a teaclmr may bo wodded to the
rd method or muitoncw luelhotl. if she
ha pupiiH who tlo not uutleistnnd Kn-
glmh she acknowledges sho must resort
to phouicH befnro she can have horpupik
Stiico this is true, thou why not tenoh
phonic by a system;
l'ho Pollard method ounblos n teochor
to do Huh i.h a fair test proven. Tho
nicthitd iess.cially intended fur non Kn
glmh speaking children, and tonchor in
sch.sii that adopt tho method roooivo
II I Ml XVATIlIt l)F "HI.
Ily refereuco to tho tiles of tho Jor-
mil for IHSI we tlnd that tho river waa at
it highest the till of Juno. That, how.
ever, woh from tho melting of thn snow
in Colorado, while tho freshet that uu-
ally couieu tho last uf April and llrnt of
.May is from the snow in the Northern
Now Mexico mouniaiiiB. According to
all uccourite, thewt mountnina held a
great deal more mow at tho beirlnnino
of warm weather Huh aprlng than ia uau
al. and consequently the llrat high
wnter, which i now pausing, ia about
thu average. Hut tho snow in that por.
tion of Colorado drained by thn ltio
Grande ih not aa heavy now n it was at
tho begiuniug of spring in "81. During
Hint winter the brunch of the D. A R,
G. rowl rut-ning to Durnngo was not able
to uiovo a train for two month, tho
snow on the level waa over thn topi of
the telegraph polen and thn section
house and railway nlations wore In
many placcu completely buried out of
Mghl. The town of Dm ango waa with
out a mail for llfty eight daya, and pro
visions of all kiud worn ao thoroughly
oxhuuited that thn people of tho town
sent a train of wagons down "tho bock
way" to AlbiiiuorqUA for nuppllea
Them ia probably heavier snow in some
part of Colorado thia year than was
over known More, but in that portion of
the state drained ny tho ltio Grande wn
have no account of such bolnvi of snow
an were on tho ground when spring
oH.ned in 'ril .
KvetylxHly anticipated a dangerous
stage of the wnter ir. tho river that sea
son, uud the jHxjpli. of Albuquerque took
tho precaution to put up a levee, made
of lings of Hand, at tho same point where
the dykn ban Immii built this spring
Mr. . A. Grant wn selected by the peo
ple to tirintet!il thn building of the
loveti, and it was hia opinion, as pub
lished nt thetluie, that tho work afforded
complete protection to nil that portion
of tho country. Thn water that year
cniui. up on Iho dyko a little more than
two feet and Mi. Graut thought it would
staml a foot and a half more without
reaching tho danger line. "Hut another
fooliaud u half he aaid "would repre
sent nlmoMt as much additional water as
(hero is now iu the river, because tho
streHtn ha attained such great width
that every inch now repian'a an enorm
ous body of -ter." The wattr at pra-
etit, if wu nre correctly informed, ia about
two feet beluw tho highest point touched
lu 'HI, while It is thought thn p recent
dyke would successfully resist oaveral
feet more than tho old one.
For n number ot years I have bean
nubjis:t to violent attacks of inflamma
tory rheumatism which generally luted
about two months. On thn tlrat ?f thia
month I wan attacked in the xne and
suffered roverely for two days, when I
irocuriMi a isittie or UhaniberlalnT rain
lalm and it relieved me almost iaatanV-
ly. I therefore most cheerfully recom
mend it to tboeo who nr similarly aflllot
od even whom. It. I). WlitTZLT. alortlsv.
dale, N. C. FeU llWH. Mr. WhlUly U
very prominont man in this place and
hi dlaeasM was very widely known as ho
snlToiod such severe pain. W. M. llncn
tom. A Co , Merchanls. Mnrllndale. N. O.
M cent bottles for sale by Tbo. IL liur
geu A Son, Druggists,
Thnsufterior merit ot A Ter'u Cherry
Pectoral aa nn anodyne expectorant is
duo to a ekillf ul combination ot the most
powerful ingredient. Nothing Ilk It
has ever been attempted In pharmacy,
and Its auoevs fn tho cure ot pulmonary
complaint in unparalleled,