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(From ll.i iMllr, Anlir.
M In Klin H Mlrr), i)( Springer, has
jjoiii' lo Sun MiiroNI to volt her inter,
Mm lniici probably nho will bo gone nil
(.'. J. Hnotli, nhocp buyer fur Swift
J'ju kiliu Cimpnny, Khiihir City, in nt tin
Sin I't'llix', nuil will vihH tln sheep
rliiHer4 of Now Mexico.
t'.irl Stephens, now of (Inlltip, eatno Id
from tho wont yesterday mitl win at tin
Odd Follow n entertainment, I'lnquot noil
linll Inst evening with his Issat girl.
I). Ij. Stuumin, tho Gold avenue com
miaslon merchant, who Inn liml u two
wevl' tumti' with tlio Frt'iicli disotio,
called In gripi', wim able t'j apiear nt
his store UiiH morning.
,1. II, Haldridgo, a brother of J. 0.
Iluldndge, of tin city, Iihh taken it ti en-
gilio I'll "I" nnniH i o roan iiciwccu huh
cit) iitnl 1iih Vegas. Mr. Haldridgo in n
r,vi'iit arrival from Kansas (Jit)'.
John Sing, of Prescott, piiHHsl through
the cit) I ut night on In way to New
VnrX, where ln will take tin- (1 ret steinu
rr t i ri vf iicnh tlio briny deep. 1 to im
hi route tu visit relatives nuil friomlH in
Thorn is a rnnior life in colored ctrolisx
to tin" elieel tluit a certain couple is
Ill'.VIIIg among tlioin, Claiming to I HI htm
band (mil wife, hIui are not In MieNemn
nt Hot proHir cortdlcato of marriage
One of tlio front windows tu tlio ntore
n( li. J 1W A Co wuri broken li n tluof
Into Thursdn) night unit twoof lot I'm nix
shooters wore taken. Tho robbery uo
iiiil discovered until last night in closing
.1. A. Kilo), of Hrndslreet. mat pre
M'llt inil i r.; ttio Iowuh Hllltll of Alliu
(U(riiif. During his absence, hla rti
iK'iii-d is Iioiiil' nowlv iiiiuorotl unl it in
ruiii ired will mniii Imi oct'tipirtl t) book
kocpor Johnson, nt A. W. ClolnmU.
Mtm May K. Huok, of Luueing. M itli.
unit Minn llrloii K. Monitor, of Jackson,
Mn'h.. two nrrolty voting ladies, uro
among tlio latent arrivals in tho inotrop
lit. 'I'lioy uro frienda of Mr. ainl Min
ti II. Mimhcr. nt tiiosout roioutiiitig m
Judge II. II. Il'utnltnn, of Socorro,
cnino up from tho ninth hint nurlit. The
judge Ih o:,o of tl.o nltoriioyti in tho I).
('. k'niittoll iiuinlor cumi for Ho d
fcntlniit, unit ih hero to isnifor with Noill
II. Field, tho otlior attornoy, in regard to
the ease. Ilo Mill roturu tuitiio to ino."
A. Ij. Until anil wifoiiro in tlio city
front ( ail l.'iuli, Mlioro Mr Ih lilm Iwih
bm-n ii-ioointi'il in tho clothing lnoino.i
for tho p if t two )oiirx. Mm. Ilulilm in
tlio iliuik'I't'T of Mr. anil Mrn Tho
AuiHWorth, ami it i) likoly that tho viti
turit Mill nmlui Alliiniuoriii thoir homo
iu t!it future. Mr. Hoblm win horo In
lSvJ, mikI ho i ploiidxl to unto tho many
utatantihl improvoint'iitH uimln mnio
. Ulmrlrl ourl.
Vontonlny nftornoon iu r.ouriiic i jury
in tho onfoof Kalvuilor Mhrtiuo h. Frun
riN.ti Aruujii y Otero, tho panel una ox
IihuhUhI ntiil u coiumirnion npHiintoi liy i
tbe iMurl to iK'leut tiilonmen. Thin morn
lag tho hlienfl roturtiiHl tho voiuio fur
jur.iro MKctol, nuil tlio iiuiwtion comliiK
Hp tht Viiionto Armljo, mill of tho do
fi'iiilnui, hnvinir Hci'onipatiiiMl tho deputy
lierilt in wuriiiK' tho tnleoiieli, ohjoo
turn whh raiMsJ hy tho plnintllfh utli r
d)n Mohih. warrtn A l-orunfoo,
vlirruupoii tho court promptly iiaf.lieil
the vouiro and urdoroil tho otiimiiin. i
tah-cure other nnnioB for a now venire,
Tli jury will not Im enipnncl o. thin
The f l.trrimr iMU .
An the Ural Monthly in Ma in up
pr-iii'lnnK, when tho now liconno law
Rix" into olToc-t, thoMo iroMMinc 1 1 carry
on IIUHIIIOM4 under It nhould U Ufttliirf
Itlieir npplit'utioiiH renily. Tho Inw ro
'u ri'K tluit npplicatiuu hIiiiII ho iniiilo to
tbe in;ior or city council, if the li;mineiia
u to l. uirriol on In eitiest, cud a Iicoiiho
ctiinot I hi itvtiotl except iiw)ii tlio order
of the am) or or city council. If lnininco
111 rurriod on without llceimn beint; tlrnt
obt omul tho pnnlty in very iwvoro.
Ah tlio Inw doeH not .'() into ulToct un-
B 111 Miy Ut it would ivott' that opplira
Ition and order for liceiito to Umo can
Dut ho niado prior to that limo. Tu ot
tnrliil there will Iki n ruiili of IiuhIiicm
villi the nut) or nml city crrk on the
uii.riuiii; of tho llmt Monday m Miiy,
fpc ndly aw by wotion 10 of tho act tilt
liceiiKru mo iniiilo to expire on next Hut.
J unlay . From Haturduy uitfht at 12
loVIn 'k until llcenwi can Im obtained on
I the foowinu Moliiluy It would eoom
that iio liquor can bo sold.
TIhh in irnuiK the Unitoil Htiitoo do-
Put) iii irxlinll, Oabriel Armljo, broiiuht
Ibcfuro I'nitod Ktata Uomniiskioner II.
V. I). Hryan, llonry CnrK?nter, Amado
I"(ey, Francisco Bamora anil Perfouto'
ItlsreiH f'ftariVM I wltli vltitntlnrf Dial Ihwn
iui inn t nltiMl Htatoa tiy uonnpirint; to
Iprovrnt Horuce li. Whlteotnb from ner
iiDk' Ida riuht na n Bottler upon the
The prosecution wru roproaonted by
I Attorney T. F. I'helan nnd tlio cnuno of
lb defendant waa clinuipluned by Mo-
Tlio lieurint; lfort tho comtulaaUiner
lM rHutK)ticd until Wednwdiiy, April
'"i "1 1 ti. in.
A fw daya auo Mr. Whltcomb waa
llwutul over bv Juatico Lucoro. of nreoinot
IW, U await the notion of the jirnnd jury
under the oharue of aaaault with n dead
7 weapon. Thla nttoruoon lefore the
jtiytfoo. J. II. Hmith Uchnrired with
,r. Whitconib haa eworn comtilalni
l.ltit Ihnry Carpenter, Amado Ijoi,
f l-ruticlico Bamorn, before Jnitica
uoliani, uf precicct 20, chnrRinu thrru
l"'lri tho crlrua nf iwltnrv.
AlltliMe actions crow out of soma dia
patw in regnrtl to whit U known m
Whitoorub't Cmp, In Tijoro canon.
Tho fori i iik Ixitwron tli partlm In very
blttor, mid It in fearwl Ihor will bs itlll
TIiIh pa i xi r, xlnro the Inception ut tho
dllllcult), hna uuiiiimHm1 lxiaco. TIiom
vcxatloua nnd hnrryinu Inwauita can do
nothlnu but fait tho uparUiuf tllaoontent
until fwiriout evil will result. Tlio friend
uf thou utiirdy niountalneera ehould
(our oil Umiii tho troubled water nnd
endonvor to pluouto tlio feeling of the
From tJ, I'Mnflftln.
Mr. aud Mrn. Iockhrl, of Albuquer
quo, wore in tlio city thin week, iu a enno
of Mocorrn liuuuty bunk vn. II. Ijockhnrt.
On May lal the Wlllard aociety will
Klvo n uranit picniu nt Nuk'nl (Walnut
tliovo) uauon. All nro Invited to come.
A. I). Coon, of Hocorru, waa in Moila
lenii looking after bia iiiiuen on tho
MiiKilnlenn mouutnlua. Ho in largely
UitoreHtiMl out there, and from whnt la
huuI ho In tho lucky owner of n Krutip of
tho lineal lend ploxrtit iu the diatrict.
Ilormon ('. ,Ioy, niprosentinK eome
I'lioblo Hllieler,i Ii ono of tho hltfuoat
luifM traellii(,'. In u recent iasuo of the
New Mexienu ho ea)a Six-orro mid I'.l
I 'ami have a hiiiUI pmelter apiece, which
run part of the time, and cut no limine
In ore bu)ini.
ISov. TliomiiM llurwood I iiih Imkiii np
(Hniittsl truattHi of the Now Moxico
H!iiikiI of Minoa, iSix'orro, vice John W,
Terry, remaned. Oov. Prince in thla ap
piiintmont hna uinilo no miHtake, an l)r
liar wood Ih dim of tho hard working
lioiieMt plouofrN of New Mexico and will
mI. i'd honor nu every position he may be
Annthri- Man Stntro llenrMtory.
Major Juliua FjiteH chiiio in from tho
1 0. 0. ranch Wednesday niyht. A few
iIiivh nIiico tie mit a trap fur n bit; allrer
tip bear thut ban Ixen pro)lni; imiii
Ntock iu tho vicinity uf Turkey aprltitt Iu
the Sun Mateo, 'i'liu ienr ia n jower
fill laai,t and not only bttackn youux but
mature cattle A lino Durhnm wan
found tho other day killed with u mukIo
blow of hia foropiiw, doieiod jual bacK
of I ho foroMhoiilder. Mr. Nilter-tip ntiil
rutin at Inrk'o, alllioiiK'li lie Hie k-cUmI the
bait iu the trap ho w.m not to h caught
thla time at leiiat. Hut a hIio lnur no
iMmpuuied by two culm wim not ho sua
pii'ioua ami K'ot cauuht. While iu Ihia
preilicaineli' tho boyn of the Mule Shoo
i llain'c) outlll cntiin on tu her and not
knowing that oho wan canu'ht in the trap
uinlertiMik to Uho her. She nroso to tho
einorneiic)' ami- would with her pawa
throw off every ro, and occnaionnlly
urali ono mid Into it in two; her cube in
the rooMiitiiun ocvupyuiK roHervil wnts
on thehillHido nud watclunu the unumia!
porforuinnco with Interent. Finally tho
lioantn eituntion wiui diecovered, and alio
waa killed with an axe. -Hnn M.ircinl He
irter. lulrrv letved.
When J. V. Mallnno, of Maxwell City,
thla territory, won in Ilutchiueon, Kan.,
the other dny, ho waa interviewed by the
Newa nnd noko na followi
Thin country ia font itottlintt up, nnd
irrigation la eaay nlonif tho Vermojo, the
Kuyado nnd tho Ocate, ennt o Wui-on
Mound, and Kood erupt are ruifl of
blue Hint I'orn and frijolex, while alfalfa
urowa almoin wild, and on tho tuetaa
itrmuinn uraaa nil or da urar.iiiK for hun
dred of head of cuttlo and ahoep. Tho
Moreno and Union mountains on tho
itrnnt nro full of rich deposit of ailvor,
and there ia not n crook In theeo rauueri
where plaoei mining la not profitably
puraurd. New Mexico will Imj the next
stale, anil it ih now tietter cquipod fur
NtateliiKNl than ony of tho recently ad
imtted uiirtliwe.t territuriea.
At tho rneetiiiK of the directura of the
Fair nsaociation Inat Saturday ovcuirJK
eiuhtien tneiubera out of ttis twenty-live
were present. Tho following ofllwrH woro
elected to serve for tlio enuuinK year:
i'roHident, U. 0. Hall, tlrat vice, provident,
W 1. Motenlf; Irenaurer, H. M. Fu!om;
mvretnry, Clms, (lench.
Tho priieidenl nnd a iiwcial committee
couaiatlUK of .John A. Lx, Chaa. F. Hunt
ami Andrew Hiuilh woro authorized to
eoloct tlio executive committee nod re
port tho name to the dlrcctora ut n
tnetitiiiR to be held to-morrow evening.
.lolin C. l'lemmona and William K(
Taylor bonded n two-thirda iuteroat in
tho I'olomaa Chief mi not! nnnr Hermoen,
July 1, 18W, for 82I,(XX). Thoy have al
ready hlpK'd l'J,(Ki) ouncea of Hilvernud
have now ready for shipment over twenty
toua of hitfb Krade oro; nro taklnu out
Uoml oro right nlonf, und loU in alight to
take out. All the ore taken from thii
Knmp ut mines uverkKo SO pr cent lead,
I'lommona anil Tuylor are aurely on the
hitfli r ml to fortune. May their stsr
never row leeau Kinirnton Shaft.
eat!i froM Hawaii fox.
I-idward II. Hart dlcnt in Cerrilloe on
IiimI Friday eveiiiuu, April 17th, 18(11.
nil waa burled that muhl. lie waa a
member of tho Maaonio lodge of CVarril
loa. He waa a atons mru-on by trruU. He
e. a a wife and five children, four of
whom are juat recovering from tho
loathaome diaeaae that carried him off,
ThooldMt aon, Earnrat, in at work in the
nnnea iu Colorado. Such a death and
its aurrouodinifa are particularly and,
aud the aympatblea of the community
aro deep anil ainoere. Hastier.
The Udltorlil aaaociatlon of noulhern
California hnvo oretvl upon Flaataff na
the place of thoir tuootinir in Jyne. They
hnvo invited Ihe odllora or liauaaa, uolo
rndo, New Mexico and Ariiotm to be
prtwent. After holdiou their meetluK n
exounuon will b mado to the Clrand
Canon where the "pencil puahera" of
three at n ten aud two territoriea will take
a look at one of the moat awe Inapirlntf
acvinoe on earth, FlaRatif! Democrat,
Yam Hei NelRkber
Albuquerque never doea thlocra by
halve It haa now aUrted In on the
moral track, and aa a beginning-, elected
a Baint for IU mayor Bt. Joliaa llarald.
THI! 41 It I'm J
ANrloun 'nnrllon rrrvrmru n
. . . . . .
To dnynt l'J:.T. nu alnrm of flro n t
ounilisl, which wna alartllnK iu lla eliar
cur, rum tletiM vollllllft uf mnoko v.in
obnened iHHiiinK from the rear of Arthur
Kvtritfn lulaci owe rv atom on Itnl road
nvrmiA nnd In the heart of tho city
Mr. Kveritt nml V. C. UurUe Imd ju-t
returiiod from dintior, anil woro atnudiiii;
clmttiiitf nlxiut Hlllon Ml-ra paint, tlio
clerks, Henry Hock and OM'nr N)iumi
leaviriK for dinner, when Mr. Hvoritt in '
turning around exclaimed: "ljiok,tho
whole rear Is on tire'" Mr llurko rnn
rHpidlyout of the front door mul , j
tho alarm b) rli m tho bell, w Inch soon
lirouuht the volunteer lire fonlpaii),
tlmKitittii, the (Iranla and tho lliik
und Inn feu moment i aevcral nt reams of
water wore nii)iui; mi the tlaini-e, w hich
were dlHcoverod comilit; from tho frame
work In the rear of tho jewelry sb ro
The lire, after manful rU.
coupled with extreme danu'er to tho Hi.
men, oMlm; t ' the clon, quarlorN m
which the) hud to work, was noon under
control, and one of tlio most disntr m
colilliiKrnll'iiia in the history of tloeit),
where a 'aIiiiIo o"iro of Iiihiiicih Imu-i n
waa in dimmer, h ippily urrested. Tne
frame work, however, heinint-d in b) a
'jrlck and atono v. all, wi.s completely do
Nlro)ed, and lh store of Mr.Kwintt well
Wklelil. Ills inmIs were tetliovoiiwilh
more care thnii is usual y encoiinteri'd at
a Urn ami Ins lima i nominal. Ho is
umply Insurml in companies represented
by .1. It. HiiKhnell ami F II. Kent.
''The Ml Himo" biiildinu adjoiuuic:.
siilTered Homo diiinauo b) a Hirluii nf
the friiiiM on the eaut side ratchint; "re.
but was readily extinguished b) water
IkIii liirred in that direction. The
building is insured in Mr. Ilulnie IV
eompaiilee, ami Hie Iosm is only a trill.
Fur a time il looked in if tho huihtmc;
was doomed, tint tho uallant tiro hid b
wivhI it from diMiruction, and !.
HIoiImhi will r.'iiiemlier them at Scott
Moore Iiomi qiuirlera t morrow eveuti k'-
The oriK'in of tho tire is not pocitivel)
known. Mr Hock, who had u shelling
tiHiitj in n iition of the burned Hi'tum
of tho buihllliu, in d is a l"wr to the ex
tent of oovcrnl hundred dolhire in vidua
bin tools and a lot of i lothitif,'Htaton that
no ono hnd puaml llirouli the i.lnre nut
into tho rear for Hoveral hoiire, ainl he
Launtit k'Hi' an idea what cailstd I ho lire.
Mosmh. Hrnlt and Nyuian are iiIk.i in
myHtery relet, o to the origin of the Urn
It ih tlniiic,ht by Mime, who navo ex
amined the place, that Mime ixthoii pasn.
lilt; throUKli tho idle)' ill tie lei.r toeee.1
nvii. ,i lit. III. ,1 (.n.rit up i.iiunill.i tin, I tt
r..ll(....n M.o.lrv fr,i,.. , otl ,.. 1
Mr. Hverilt ih profuse in his compli
ments nnd thanks, of the noble yoiiun
uentlsmen who constitute the Albuquer
que lire depnrtmetil, and that they will
lie nubstnutiully remtiinbertl there ib h'j
Firemen Chmuberliii, Murray and
Heyn were itauiliiii; on the roof of the
weet side of the burniuc; frume in tlie
reur of the jewelry i.toro nnd while hand
liiirT the hose, the roof u'KM' way and the
thriHi were iiris-ipitatisl to the tfrouud.
Tho fall injured Mr. lie) t: and ho wns
carried out in an uncotiociotiu condition,
placed iu li hack aud taken to bin home
on the Highland. Dr. Allison reports
him improvnu at Ibis hour, I o'clocx p.
in. Cliumberliii and Murray, fortu
nutely, were not hurt.
AsaiHliiat Kurt mini Kuik'lil, of the
Sootts, had I .vo st re. iiiiii of water ; Iii.wiii;
on tho burnii'i; structure, one each from
tho front und rear, atid ho handled his
men, durinc; the nbseiico uf Foreman
l'luilun, in a tlreman's style.
UV..Iallic 1UII), April
Mrn. Churchill, of tho Denver (Juooii
Hee, ia in the city.
This city hnd three wool buyers at
Flnh'Hlnlf lust week.
Work on the now Catholic church at
San Marcial is iu prorctH.
Mm, Dr. Allison is cxaclod homo
from Nashville, Teuti., thin ovonlui;.
JiimeH I'helan is Willi (' K. Hoyce,,'en
erul merchniit, at Williams, Arizona.
J. M. Ziou, Koneral n-ont for D. Ap-
pleton .t C ., New York, ia in tlio city.
Fred. Htmons, representing n St
Joseph, Mo., wholesale liquor establish
ment, in iu the city.
Mayor Saint 1ih returned from n vifit
to UillslmruUKli and other puinta iu
aoutheru Now Moxioi.
ShorilT O. H. Utile, of Ht Johns, Ari
sunn, in in tho city on iii)tortniit businers
Ho is on the lookout for evil doers.
W. W. ForbUh, train ilimputchei at
Wlnalow, is in tho city and "Kid" Wuib
ler i howni! the vuitor the niKht.
H. ti How man, who hnn boon Urine ou
the Ban Mnrcial division of tho Santa
Fe, ia now tlremnu in Nu. 'J1K (the
"Uot"i iu the ynnla here.
Uenjatii !' Davlee, nn old pioneer of
. Mexico, died in Fl I 'ami
rnltiif. Hla home waa at Kan
tei:ly milcm from Laa
Mr. Ltllirt (loslee, sister of Mrs. W. V.
Walton, 1 ft lal Saturday eveuiii!; for
Uidtlmorc Marvland, whore alio will
vUit with relattvee llviuif iu tho vicinity
of that city.
Frank (Jibou, who had charge of the
telegraph liuetou the Atlantic Si Pacific
at Flotrataff, haa moved iuto the city
with bin wife, und will hereafter uo lo
cnted on thin diviainu.
Carl Iloltou, the portly claim adjuster
of the Atlatitlu A Puclllu rund, left for
the weal Inat nlffht. H will hereafter
make it a iwinl to remnin away from the
city t few dnyn aa pineible.
A moat enjoynblo dnuco wna livid Bat.
urday nitfht nt Fritz-at.llume, old town.
It wan Inrecly attended and everybody
hod genuine fun. The Albuquerque all.
vr oernct band waa preent and render
ed exoelleut music.
J. 0. Dougherty, Chnrlea Jacknon,
PeUr.O)rtir and Tony Oatrum indulg
ed rather freely In bock beer yto'erdny,
ami thin tnoniliiK JuMloo iVnlmin lined
tlii ui (A and coala onuh. William Hoy
ami .John Noumeyer wore up m vnK. nml
,i t i. . . . t , . . i . . ,
" "l 1 h-k .r . ,..
Mh Murbnrltn A'oti, n ery pretty
.vuin,' lail) of Liia Vh, uho Iihh been
lo'io for tin. punt Hx rek virltuiu rein-
irieuiiH. reiurnon 10 oer nome
iau infill, liiiiiani iioui. minor Hitw
ihoxouuu hid) Mifel) on the curt".
'I ho Ufi I'oittriii'torM roHirt"d Sulur
dn) eeiMHH' llmt thoy had I'OiuplHted
their mirk, mi l a p ut) of city and ooiin
ty olllu ids went up t Alameda to da) to
see if the j ib had Imhui well done, and
the tr iiih of the contract compiled with
(,flH Me.eti(;erV tar roolliitf Ihiuho,
,, H(llla ., ranuht lire Inst Salur
dny, at the eiiuio limo tho Ketltl build
M4, WIH ,lM tire, but was prevented from ;
.ltik. entirely counumcd by yood and
lilnoly work letidefed
by foil!' or tlvo
Salurdli) evetnni; tho )oun ent'e
men at the depot in all the departments
K'ae a '"at b.ii,iiiol nt I he Metropolitan
in hmiiirof .1, W. I'ait.HMorth, tho ipu
lar Sa'ita I'o sueut, who w ll lento
Wi'dlloMihi) to i.H-UUle his duties ns
ak'oiil for theeompativ at F,l 1'iitn. When
all hnd taken seats around the tables, on
Inch Hits sproul the tempting viands,
Jnek liihlisoii, the rh'of del k, arose i.hd
li'ilditit, up to view a lo.itaire dihtiiond
pin pteseiitid it to Mr. Fnrusunrth ill a
few pleasant words as a token uf their
r.UI,.t,. lltlll tll.t Htll. Ill III llll1!! Illl IVJlM
held bv .hem. 'Ihe pit. . a vor) hand j
some ,... ..ml e.s.ttl,edono.sliV A i
litlllllier of dice toasts Mere Hindu b) the
Im)h, and .1. W. Walker, the new auenl,
was pre-ciil and joined heart ami nuiI in
the iM'iMHUi After the biiliquet W. I
Tiimblo Kent word to tho joiiiik k'eiitln
iiien that Iiih hacks weto at lli"ir ills
iN-nl. and a number to..k advautae of i
tho inv.ta'.o., and were dnwu over the
eit A iil I nun hriHriit Tilt: I'lTIIlS
sctilsi notml ih. wii tin. following: J- W. ;
Walker, O. F. Halle), .lark Johnson,
('.-tor MeCiiini, M. H Hutr, Hobt. Shan
i non, ('. F. I In nil', 1'iiink Sheels, Sam
MiHiiiiKhiin, "I 'ncle" IrherAood and
Klre nt CiMtiii liltromh
1 I'rulay iniflit a few ei.euilei of II. (i.
Wlntcoinb cdled at his camp, in tho Hun
dm mountain ilitrini,' his absence in the
city, unit ilcrdrocd b) lire two of Ins
' hoiii-eM and ono Iioiihh nccupit'd by II. II
owoll and famtl) A Mexican wotniin,
'left in chuvc, states tout about dusk
I two ineii rode up l i the camp and com
' uieiii oil liniiu ' tr their rovobers. Soon
i af tor t in ds the) were joined by two
'"'"r wlm llV. jollied ill the ahoot
ill!.' She was ivi thotouK'hl) scared that
she hid herself the best she could b.
liiml n httive and roiioiined there during
the iiliolii iit!lit without sleof. where she
was loiin.l ill. i next meruit)!; Tii; lon
itistniiied b) Mr. Whitcoinb ol amount
to about f.i. but the losa if Mr. Yew
I ..II i , tioii.li i.r..nti.r. for till of Ioh horn.,-
I old elfei'ts and a lot of line cIoIIiiiik,
I a sub h a now frame Iioiiho, urre totally
e.iii.iiuiid. Mr. Whltcomb has an idea
who did tho work, and an elTort should
li - ma lt to liruitf the mnhcwun perH
Irators to jilst.cti
I'ho ham ball match )onterdsy laitween
the Slinmroeks nuil a nicked nine was
intoroslillh! and oxcitmi,'. The uaiue wna
won by tao .Shamro.'kH by the score of II
to - after hard work tl.rouuh nine stub
borui) fought iniiiuuH. Mamlell, tho re
Uiilar pitcher, waa away nt Santa Fe, and
Assistant ('.'.ptuiii Hudolpli, with the in
lliieiicii of Me.'Hrs. K.iiclie ami Knik'ht,
prevailed upon Joo Coliun, a commercial
tourist fioiu St. J(soih, Mo., to du the
twirbti!;. Ho hold tho aluuuom on the
op) ,sito Mile down tinoly for a few luiilliK
when the) quietly cot ont j bin mystify
ttiK curvoi and in alio its and pounded
tho ball in elegant shiiK. The Sham
rocks howeer, had secured u Hh lead,
and won the faille in tho face of all the
adverse circumstances. Hudolph pi. )ihI
a -.vouderful kiiiiio ut sm-'ond ba-e, where
he jiiHtl) belonus, and Iiih pick upa and
throws uero (Tnlivd on the professional
order. Tho Ikivs will orinnizo this week,
after which eliHllotiKm mo in order from
any club in the territory.
The bicycle riders Messrs. WheeliK'k,
Nettletoii, Walton, Hone, Hvoritt, Cliam
piou ami Urow n -w ho left for San Pedro
early )eslerduy morniiiK had a li'irder
trip than thoy baru'nined fur. Thoy ar
rived at tho camp between 1 and 12 o'clock
in tho afternoon pretty well fatigued
and after a rent up of several hours, start
ed on the return. Wheolock and Nettle
ton Hiichel and rode over to Cornlln,
coming home on tho midnight passenger
train. Kveritt, Hose, Champion and
llrowti liiresl a wngou and uld a Mexi
can to take them an far us tho mouth of
tho canon whoro they mounted their
wheels and rodo iuto tho city, arriving
about i! o'clock hu.1 night. Walton con
tinned on hia wbeel and although badly
uned up, made the only clear recird uf
the pnrty. It In not likely they will un
dertake another trip to Kan Pedro tor
The liun ClntiN,
The Montezuma (Sun club held a moat
Interesting sluwit yonterdny, and tho fol
lowing acnrisi wrro mndo by Individual
mciuberu out of twenty nhoU: J, Tlinrp,
7-, W. Ullle, U; Joo laherwoihl, 1; W. Mo
Klvaln, II; I F. Kuhnn, VI, (). (V How
nui, It); A. V. Lindsay, tlj W. J. Murt;u,
1(1: John Hinnell, 7: I I). Itartlotl, 0;
W. I. Lindsay, 11; John Hnxtor.'J; Alex.
The AlbuqUorque Oun olub also held
a apleudld shoot ycctarday afternoon. At
twenty single blrda tho following aooro
wns made! Auatfn, V; Hlmltoe, fij Haiti
ridge, 0; Codington, 10;Croean, II; Oainn-
ley, Ti, Gardiner, l.'l; A. Henry, M; C,
Henry, 10; Icke, 10; McCarty, 11; No, H.
C; Clibnon, 0; Iaherwood, 7; F.akln, 0. At
0 palm, double, the followtug aoore wm
recorded: Autiu,3; Haldrige, 7; Cod
ington, C; Gardiner, 6; A. Henry, 0; C.
Henry, 3; Iscka, r,; McCarty, 6; No. 8, 4;
Iaherwood, 6, Baking
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(, (l)Uln,lt f .lluinionuo Imlo No.
1, Albuquerque Hnchmpiueiit No. I, ainl
Miriam loduo N . II, Ihiiitflitern of He
becea, I. O O I', to joiimmIIi them in
an enterlaii.iiien', vocal ami itiHtruiiiiii
tnl, b.inqiiet and bull in iiiiinomiiratii.il
of the T'Jd ai.niMirKiiry of Odd Fllouh
ln ,tnerii i
The lnro1 hall had Imoii tnHtefull)
and beaiilifollv iht'orated uilli IIoaiTh,
everu'reoiiH, ImihI nik'H ami the II.iuh of our
eoiintr) ita'H and Striwi" mid the
tariottn ciiiiiiiiiIIi'im were mi baud to wo
that tlno win. attoMhtl were comfort
abl) seat, d mid l nan thorn nssiiraiico i
that ever) In d) una welcome.
Heats were arranged in a nemi circle
ill the middle uf tho sKictous hall nnd
f r.-at i tit a platform, from which the pti
ktrnm was carried out
The llrst liumln r vins tho opeuim; ode
ib) the t'lmir, i'i'iiipiiM-d of Mrs. Ilr)aii,
Mrs. Wright. Mts.es Melwen and Hurt.
' Mes-ts French, Itrown, Farquel nrsnti
ai d Stroiii.', Mrs. Ibiuliipat tho plum.
The ohmr I hen k'ratully rendered,
"Had, Sun nil" Moon."
I lr. A. A. Allium, the orator of II
casion, was then introduced b) Noble
jdrntnl Pratt Tho dis'tor hnd Ihmi sick
for com. nil diive, was liardh able to ap
' KMir, but he hiimllod Illl rllbject a !cii
"r1 r,,,:,"" "f ,,,M l'"""'"!' An.er
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oIUiIiiik wii irotii(i witti pMiotiijeii ap
li'.atiMi. Mm.. S t' Writ!.,Hiiui;nMol", "The Ar
row and lhoSonK-" in her uuusiiall) lino
voice, which oIiimIimI applatue.
Messrs. I'nstors and Slroni; rendered
i i . i i . . ..... t
hieh was heart.l) appreciated and
ru.t.tl I... I l.t' fl... I. inliut, n
,r ' ' "v
Mish Hurt recited "Sister and I'
at. 1 1
Miss llnwloy sang lovel) tho solo "The
Night Hirds (Vsiing." Hoth young ladles
acquilted tliomeolvori in mi admirab'o
uinuner, ami were ncciinlo.l hearty ap
"OikhI Nigl t lleliiMsl" uiih then snug
by the choir.
The program wan a carefully selected
one, and the audience showed its appro
ciatlon by frequent eiicorcs.
On the conclusion of tho ahoo pro
gram, N. K Steetis, pint grand, steped
to the fron' and aiinounced supper.
The Door was cleared of the Isinchosaml
chairs and promptl) at Vi) o'clock the
grand march commenced.
The hiiimt wus one of the most elnbo
rate for all the delicacies nml dainties of
the season that hna eer Ih-h proud on
any like occasion in Alhiiiiierqiio, and it
ia cjtimatod that at least U0 people on
joyed the elegant repast.
D.iucing was kept up until .'I If) o'clock
this morning, and il is presumed that
all danced until they could not dance
any more. Frank ('reamer olllciated as
prompter, while the miuic was furnished
by N. Ih Mauro, violin; t'ha. Stover.
Ilute, Janiiif. Deviue, violin, with Mm.
Ilnuim at the pintio.
Albiiquertiio l"dgo No. 1 m one of the
oldest secret organiattoun in the city
and has u memUrshii of alioiit V2A. F.
(i. Pratt is noble grand. Albuquerque
Fucampment No. I Ikih boon in existeiieo
about the yearn and htm tifty members.
J. Schwartz is chief put r lurch. Tho
Daughters of Itelxs'ca we a organized a
few years ago and in growing in member
ship at almost every uniting. The Odd
Follows of Albuquerque are prospering
and their lodges in a llotinshiiig comb
W nxliiiiK Anny Hie llnnU.
That point in the road near the old
amelter about a mile oouth of town,
which was cut awuv so badly last spring,
is Uuug washed out again. When the
space between tho fence and the river
UfaniH ho narrow atsiut n )oar ago that
the wti) wan no longer passable, tho
county purchased a strip of laud, moved
tho fence buck, ami mado a broad, safe
ruad, but all tho land Ixiught at that
time bus now gone down the river; the
road runs, nlsiut ns narrow this morning
an it was Itoforo tho fence wan moved, and
ai the ground was cuustNtitly caving in
it is probably impassable by thin time.
All uf tho corral wall, and Ihe most of the
big ndotie homo of lllcetite Sotlillo, near
thoHiimo Miint, is also gone, nud there
mniuder of the house will go in the
course of two or three da)s, if the bank
continues to wash nwny nt tho present
rate. Wo hnvo frequent!) urged the no
censityof a little work by tho county nt
the point named, but nothing ban ever
yo' iMwin done. A few hundred dollars
apeut for driving a few piloa.two or thrii
years ago, would hnvn auvod several
thouannd lollars' worth of property -am'
how much more will go tho present
spring nobody can toll.
The point at which the newer
dlachnrire ia also lioing badly out. This i
li nlxiut n quarter of n mile further
down than the place lint mentioned, aud
a pile driver wan set up there laal wis.lt
for the purMwe of driving piles to arront
the encronehmeiiti of the river. The
work wm oomtnenrod Saturday, but we
noticed thin iiioriiiug Hint it had become
tiooeMiry to move the aparutun aotue
twenty feci inland, ua tho ground upon
which it waa 11 ml nit up had nil boon cur
ried away. At ths I ant nnmed sitnt tho
river in now uucotiifortubly net r to tho
milroad, nnd it It oontlnurs t.i wnnh lit
the present rate it will Imgin lo threa'en
the road in a few da)s.
l allle Mhlpatents
Major W. II. H, LUwellyn, live stock
agent uf tho Knuta Fu road, came up
from Ls Cruoen lint night. The major
atatea that the cattle rates nf his com
pany go into effect to-day and nre IihmhI
on equal rate with the Denver, Texan A
Fort Worth road. On the 1st of May
the company will coiuinento moving JO,
000 bead of cattle from Wilcox, Aritonn,
for J. M. Holt, and Himo cattle will bo
takon to Montana. Alwut the 10th of
next ruonlh the Aztec Cattle company at
Holbrook will In-utii tnoviiitt Hovernl
1 1 1 1 hi mm n 1 cattle to Montann, anil alNiiit
tho Himo tlmii ,t. II llamp'i'li. the rail
r ci.nl eontrnctor. will nhip hla attto from
Iiih Arizona ranch to Ion pant nu n iicar
Hutu-, KimrnH. tiillle Hlupmeiiti are
.mmenao jimt at preHetit and tho .Simla
le 1 1 mi hall) II Itiovllii.' t.iciiti.ek III kOod
I !. iHtllr. A rl i I
The Alb'lquerqilO ('iilllllieri'llll 1,'eVloM,
C'UiluiUllii; Mplendal wlito lln of Albu
'1'ierquo and the tinsn'n buNitn-i-n pla.'o, t
Mri. Arui'tronu hns jusl rti'i ned iimva h
I Ihodeiith of Col AMiiitrotiu'h riiiiil!
.in. Will Hurd, who left Albllquorque a .
month iikm for hli homo in Vermont. I
William riiorttod, the ieer engineer
wn r,.Mnh'M in Kansas City, Is hi tho
nrrivitit; la-d nnjht. A telonrnii
from the city council requested hi pros
ence h ire
(iov. K. (! Ih editor of the Doming
Headlight, n In ou ! a gissl ranch a few
Utiles smith of the oil), returned here
Inst night from disjoint toSmita I'eiiml
I, as Vogus.
D I'. Strachati tiHtablo for one of
the (inlllip plis.'inets, is iu the fit),
bringing in ilh him (itsirge lined. h no,
who is (.out to the count) jail for assault.
Dave is i brother of Dr. W, T. Straehnti,
of old tow ii.
II F. Karrick, president of tlioiiallup
Coal isimpmi). ciiiuo down from Pueblo
last iitk'ht and will U at the San Febsi
for the next ,s'k. Mr Knrru'k is hero
to M all h the otk of the Plleblo liorws
entered ill the races, which commence
nt the fair grounds Thursdii).
Count) Coniiiiii-notier Hilsirn, of Wal
lace, is in the cit) to tin), coming down
from Santa Fo, Tut. Cm.t.s under
stands that Mr. Kihern. who is proving
one of the most elllcietit and trustivnrtli)
I'ommiHNioiiers the county ever had, will
h ion become a permanent citizen of the
I'riinU Crtiuiier is the happiest follow
iu town to day. Karl) this morning his
w ife presented Into with two bliieovetl
li) Indues and I 'rank inlomls that the)
shall become members of the Albuquer
que silver cornet band, accenting hs-oiis
from his cornel phi) tug. All doing
M's. Julia Judell, nf Has Vokas, a his
tor of the llfel l brothers of this cit), is
being tendered a ris'cptinu at ltlls II
fold's liatiiboiuii home tin t'tqiper avenue
this evening hoiuts'ti ,1 ami ti o'emck
The residence is tastefullv und ii"ipro
priatelv ib'iMrnled with (Ndiforniii
(1. W llickox, one of the elierget e
Hnlroiid avenue jewelers, totnriud from
S.iiilu Fo lat-t night, whoto he wns called
to attend the sickness of his ife and
children, lie left the latter imprniug
rapidly, nnd Mrs. llickox out of danger.
Ho will remove his family to the metropo
lis as noon as they are entirely well.
Applications for licenses under the
now liquor law for iiicorsiratel cities
must be mado to the tmi)or and board of
aldermen, ami it the application In ap
proved ll la to bo. taken to Iho count)
treasurer who will then receive the
amount of tho license- flu) giving Inn
receipt for the same which is lo U taken
to the cit) clerk an evidence that the
money tins been paid. Tho city clerk
Wilt then issue the llt'eUM'.
John W. Walton, who conducts Iho
Sulphur springs located atsiul ten miles
alsivo Jemos hot springs, is in the city
and will eat his meals ut tho Windsor.
Mr. Walton reports the nuow melting
gradually from the high mouiitaimi stir
rounding thospiuigs.tho weather perfect
and lovely iu the valley nud farmers turn
tug over tho rich sod in good shape. Ho
is iireiiaritig to eiitrt'iin an increase of
tourists this Biimmer.
1'. A. Summon, the civil engineer who
necurisl the contract lo complete the
d)ko, caiiie iu tins morning. Yesterday,
County Commls-ioner Hall, with Messrs.
A. M, Osliliglull and J. A. Ico visited
the d)k and it was ncccptisl as a good
job. 'Mm work has liecti hiilsitantiall)
done, but there aro two or three other
Weak places along tho river before it
roaches old town which should at once
Arrrstrtl for Arson.
Floreiici ) t larcia, the constable of old
town, wan iirrestisl thin morning by a
deputy sherilT accunsl of being ono of
tho four men who eel lire to tho houses
nt Cimp WliitCDinl) He wan brought
lieforo JtiNtico Deiihnm thin afterixsin
and plactsi under !,00() bail to apeiir
in Inn court Friday afternoon at 'o'clock.
Oiuiplniul hns also bi'on Issued nnd pine
ed in the hamls of an olllt'er for the nr.
rest of thu Hi rim others. Information,
ou winch (larcia wan arrested waa souur
ihI from tho Mexican woman who wan
left iu tlm charge of thu camp, while Mr,
Whitcoinb was in the city, and who waa
terribly frightened bv the urnou llends.
From all accounts it looks very much nn
if the old town constable ban gotten
luin.Hilf in n very tight place.
VUltorsi from lllluaro.
Dr. A. II McKtnuey, of Alton, 111, a
brother of II. T. McKtnooy, of thin city
II. II. Kench and I'. J. Matthews, of
Litchfield, III., nro at the Hun Felipe, the
guoatn of H T. McKinnoy. They are
wealthy gentlemen and nro out west on
husinckn und tilciuure combined. Thin
nflrrnoon they were driven out to Hell
canon, where they will llisHs.-t and
thoroughl) exatiiino tho Star nuil several
other valuable uilnen Is-lng wurkisl by
Mr. McKintiey, Mr. Mntthewn ia an old
soldier nud with Col. Chivington march
ml with tho First Colorado volunteers hiding tho sane aud playing tv mean
from Denver to Fort Union, tins terri-; trick ou him, and grabbed him by tbo
lory, in 1HW, participating in tho Pigeon throat. Ou ffcoing himnolf, Hamilton
ranch and Apache canon flghla with the ( pickeil up a bnrrel atuvo aud told Mo
cfinfmlsraten. Tlio colonel'n lighting Colgau to keep away from him. He con
forro wan about '-.HI ngainat TiOOOTex tiuucd advancing on Hamilton, when the
arm, ludiatu and some few of our Mrxi
cana who look idea with Iho "lost cuuie,"
Mr. Matthews wan pleated to meet this
morning (iov. lUxu, who was with him
in several Miaeuurt usmpuigtisduring the
( luofKt' W. Ht.'iitt, a Hwitcliuian, In Inid
up itli tho urii.
.1. I . l.ucnH, formerly oonuoctod with
a Socorro banli, in no holding down a
l ll.o frelnht do,Kn.
From now on tho Simla I'o company
will Ihj kept busy handling cnttlo ahip
nientn from New Mexico.
J. W. Wnlker, iho no ngent at tho do.
(sit, left lat night for Doming. Ho will
return with Ins family and household
All freight conductors ami brnkemon
will procure stiind.ud piiineugor train
uniform and cap na fast aa their ex
o'lequers v. ill permit.
Ilruco T)ler, who has leeti officiating
as relief ngent at Williams and Prencolt
Jiiuctii ti, on the Atlantic ,t I'acillc, catno
nt last night from thu wont.
Jiiiufti S. Hell, mIio ban I icon ou n threo
weeks' ir.il to I oiilictiMsi relatives, got
home Inst night and was at hlb desk in
the freight depot this morning.
To assist in gmiig Haton n gool rend
oir under incorporation tho Atchison,
ToNikn A Santa l-V eoinpatiy will in
ete.iMi its force 'f workmoii iu the shops
A railroad pointer from tho Fort
Worth I nietle 1 lie territory along the
line of thii Albuquerque in attracting the
attention of custom capitalists. Tho
road will Im built.
Joseph Dilute), formerly (olograph
operator at Isirdslmrg, Iiiih ncceptivl tho
Hisitioii of chief clerk for tho danta Fo
cotiipiitiy nt tins city. Ho hna already
assumed Ins duties.
.1. W. I'liniiHWoreh is packing bin
trunks nml valines, and will bo ready to
take No. I to-morrow morning for HI
Paso, to winch station ho goes na ngent
for the Santa Fo company.
Hugiiieer ThomiiH Wigglonworth, ot
tho Km (iramlo Southern railway, suf
fered the breaking of an nrm nnd a leg
one day hist week by tho collision of a
uplc of cars at the Porter coal bank,
ti.-or I luriitigo.
The Atlantic A Pncillu rnilrond com
pany i a guarding against further on-
eroachmetit of the river on their rnad
boil west of iho Colorado river bridge
ainl aro driving piling all ploug tho bank
of that stream.
I 'red Koine, an Atlantic A Pacific em-
plo)o at Xcodltie, was brought to tho
coiupaii)'H hospital hero several dnyn aco
for treatment. Last night tho young
man's mother, Mrs. Koht. Scruttoo, of
lis Vegas, arrived and will bo with him
until his recovery.
Charles Woodworlh, for tho pnat few
years passenger conductor ou tho Atchi
son, l'ookn A Santa I'o, on the run be
tween this city and F.I Paao and Silver
City, has resigned, and with bin family
wid go to I Angeles, Cub, residing per
miinoutl) in the future.
J. W. Cunningham, a night awltch
man, while uncoupling a piueenger en
gine ut the doot hint night, met with a
painful inithiip by having tho thumb on
the left band mnshed no it will hnvo to
IsicutolT. Ho in at kin room near tho
Atlantic A I'acillc hoipttnl.
Division Superintendent Dyer and
wife, of Hits Vegan, celebrated the tenth
anniversary of their irringo yctterday
and with a iiiiml)er ut intimate friends
Hp uit a few In in rii royally nt the hot
springs. I'rauk Waugh, ot thin city, who
wan visiting Inn VogoM, nnd whoae -Tth
birthdny came ou Suiftlay, won pleaned
to hit one of Mr. D)er'n party to tho
Mrs. 0. U. Perry, wife uf popular
"Court," conductor on tho Winnlow divi
sion of the Atlantic A I'acillc, came In
from the went last night and will bo the
guest of Mrs. Oakn for a few dnyn. Mrs.
Perry iitales that alio ban had a siege
with the fashionable diieane In grippe
hut lior healthy apponrunce would not
indicate recent illnisw. Mies May Morris,
also from Winslow, in hero anil will
siMitid several dii)a with Mm. B. W.
Tho following chaiigea are reported nt
Urinli-t reel's agency, thin city:
Miigdaleun M. A. Kldortun ia about
to stnrl a hotel.
San Manual Walker A- llrown, butch
ers, succtH'ded by A. H, Kly.
Hloesbi.rg Chun. McArthur, aaloou,
will quit business,
Santa Fe- U. Tmuuiony, naloon, will
Kingston K. Waltora A Co., general
Hncorro H. H. llrown, hotel, will oloeo
tho bar Jooo Itaca, gonernl merchant,
will discontinue sale ut liquors; A. Cor
teoy, general inorcliant, will diaconltnuo
Hun Cructm Iaurencu IK)lnt, aa
ham, will clone; Pedro 1'eralon, saloon,
will cksHi; T. J. Hull ,t Co., general mer
chants, will discontinue liquora; T. Ito
naiilt, gonura) uiercliutit, willdiaooutinuo
'I Im ulxivo nro tho latent reporta re
ceived at tho agency here, H ii roughly
entituatiHl that halt the wiloona ot thla
county, especially In the city, will not
I mi open for bumuotw next Monday morn
ing A Fatal Melt.
A killing occurred at tho Crown Point
mine, a few miles from Uallup, on tho
morning ot April 'Jlth. Johu MoColgan,
a miner, roJe up to the mine on a horse,
and on dismounting aakod Joseph Ham
ilton to hold the animal, which ho did.
McColgnu then went into the rear of hia
ahauty nnd on coming out bin borne waa
nut tu lie seen. Ho ueoused Hamilton of
, latter utruck Mctilgnn back of tho left
...r u-tih the imrrol atavo. killiDff him In
stantly. Hmnilton had a bearing and
waa bound over in the sum of 1300 to
tho next grnml jury. The murderer la
alwut 'JO yearn of ago, MoOolgan boiog
bii loulor by twoyoAr.