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AdmtlilBB ralM mxto known no api'lfim al
Orrtca -No. Ill Win IIolu Avaxca
From th Dalit. Jul; I I
Fifteen thoueand ou mis of wool m
xolil to thn highest bidder nl II. M. Ho
Hirk A Co.'i thin afternoon.
I. K. Livingston, of tlii New Mexico I
Town Complin)', Ina Cruiwt, canto up
tin' Snnla Fc road last night ami ih at
the A run jo to day.
Mill KnUmlHtrg, commercial tourist '
(or Iwenthnl A Meyers, wlioleenle liquor
tlenloru, returned last night from a bum
iiohh trip over the Atlatilii' A 1'acillc.
Mwa Koto Itodey, a young anter of 11.
H. U'l)', whom Im has not seen for a
number of years, arrived liuit night from
Ht. Iui and Mill spend the summer in
Huh city .
John Ityan, an employe of the Atlsntio
L Pncillc at HolbrooU, la in town on a
leave of absence of tin ilaye. Ho liaa
teau in Hie employ of the company for a
nuinlxtr of yeara.
Miaa Dollio Albright, daughter or Col.
and Mia. J. II. Albright, arrived last
night from Chicago, where ahe baa lnon
at school. The colonel met the )uiihg
lady up tbe road.
Col. J. C. Dodaon, of Seattle, Waab.,
whore be ia interested in coal untie, was
in the city yesterday. Tbe gout Ionian it
also nn old newspaper pnbliHber. He ia
at (inllup to-day.
Sur.cyor Ciauornl Hnbart Ih in tbe city
from Hanta IV. He aaya about twenty
townships of government land are now
lieing surveyed in tbe territory, and tbal
wiles aie good at tho eevernl land olllees.
K.J. I Inline, of tbe firm of George
Oberue A Co., henvy wool buyers of Una
city and Chicago, left last night for tbe
eaat. The wool nennon hero ih over nnd
Mr. Hilling goea back to tbe Chicago
Mr. H. Knlmann, of the Denver Irn
gntion Au'e, a psper npocially devoted to
the irrigation intereata of the weet, ih hi
tbo city, for tbe purpose of compiling an
articlo on tbe subject of irrigation in tbe
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The jury in tbe cone of Abnn l.uroro,
for the murder of llnsilio llomero at j
(InliNtM) in February laat, came into ,
court Bt Kautn Fe, aftor bavuiB InM-n out
twot.iKlitHandaday.and retried that
they could not ar.m on a verdict. j
Jamea HennehMy, who came from the
Albuqueriuo hoapilal to tbe boapital
here, hnaKone to tbe aoldier'a home at.
Santa Monica. Jauiea ih man, ;
und waa u valiant acldier from Coiinecti
out during the war of the relKtlliou.
lUv. A. HutTrunn, of Iaim Vecna, lie v.
0. 1 Fry, of ItnUin, nml lUtv.Tho.t. Hnr
wooil, from Socorro, came in butt niiiht
to attend the annunl meeting of the
Ixianl of trunteee of AlliU(Uenue college,
of which they aro uioinberB, that con
vened to tiny,
Mra. Ktta A. Uumney, having cloaetl
her echool for little Indian children at
Lacuna for till year, enme in from the
went luat nlht and ia a Kueat of Mra.
Utckbnrt, of tbe Armljo. Th'i younr
lady will return in n fow dnya to ner
borne near lloatnn, Maoa., to Hpentl the
remainder of tbe summer.
Tbo tlrm of Iowcnthal A Meyers now
occupy the whole of the aeven story
bulldiuK at 407 and 40J I-Uat Hetentietb
street, New York, and ic thia imtuenao
cijiar factory they employ 305 people,
Their citrnr trade now eitenda clear
itcrnaa tbe continent. They expect to
erect a three-atury building on Gold ave
nue, this city, thia year.
Tbe I'reabyUrian Indian school ia
about forsaken, except by C. W. Jeu
nlniii, who romaina in cbarK of tbe
building. Dr. Ooltninn, the auperln
tendent, and wife, and Miaa Jeaais M.
Lang went eaat laat ulht, tbe two
former to JenklniUiwn, Pa., and tbe lat
ter to l'uola, Indian territory. Mina
Mollle Clements took the weatbound
paaeeoRer train for Ixm Anele.
A Ira4 Hrakeaaara.
Tbo dead body of M. K. Fox, a brake,
man on the Atlantic ,t I'aciHc, wna
brought hero on this mornlnu's jmaaen
uer train from l'laraUff. Nilit before
laat Fox fell from tbe lop of a car on the
water train, fracturing bis skull and re
oelTiou noTcral serious scalp wountla.
Deatb waa mstantaneous. The deoeaa
txl wna an inmate of tba company' hoa
pilal heren few weeka n?o, beintf trent-
ed for mashed llnKera; ho wna a'.eo in the
hospital (or aeveral weeka of butt year
He waa a very intelligent man, bad in
vented aeveral tbinu whiob be waa try
ing to place before tba people, and waa
for a number of yt-ara n reporter on tbe
Fort Hoott, Kan., Monitor. It ia stated
that while in Kanaaa be made quite a
handsome stake, invested it in real es
tate nt Wichita during the boom, and
when the crash came be loat everything.
He then drifted to California, nnd leiug
mi old railroader, applied for work on
the Atlantic A PaciQo and necured the
position of brakeman.
The body waa buriod m Iheoouipnity'H
lot in Fairview cemetery thia afternoon.
So matter what may tie the ilia you
bear from indigestion, a donu of Ayor'a
Cathartlo Pills will eaao you without
question. Juat try them once and be
ana u red; they baro much worae
dyspeptics cured. You'll flctl them nice
oud amply worth tbe prioa.
MM A HIIOMT.
llr Atlnni.lH In An..lnntr IVdro A.
VeeteiilHy cteninp Ferdiiiuiiil Kilva J nnd in rompuny with her husband, who
llred three oh U nt 1. A. Sitiieoii with came after her nnd Toronto her pnwt no
the Mi It'll 1 1-i if liilhtix that k'elilleuilili. , totmilH life, left fur Colorado, her home
The I'lillhe i'f l'..i hltnliiptud leotio-Mlliu j in the future,
tint. Ih a Iniiil controwry in Tijeraa (J,H.re V. Clark, commercial tourlat
cuion, about twelten initeH eaat -.f tbiaflir Ht. louia crockery bouee, nnd tbe
city. Hilva ottna a ranch near the inmith j r,M.lt.ml., rhaiupion talker of the trav
of the canon, and I. A. Hnnon and n ! jrM , VIHlt ,, oiilhve.t, la here to
ininilwr of Kenllemeu in thin city foriue.1 , ,! ,.(,, Ilt t, Afinij"
a company i.n.l hate l.un U.econHtruc , A nrMi ,,,.,,,,, Mfl(. ,,,..
t.onof nrenervoirat the u.outl. , ry ,.,., MII1 ,,,. Mf1. T. Htef
canon for ,rru!.t...i, p,,r,HM,.,. Hilta ,.,,,,,,,,. ,,, lll(lflIll( fr
ciaiiiiN toe iiiiki nnere ine limn ih in lie
erected, nnd ban, it ih e'.aiiiiiil, re'atedly
threatened to kill SimpHon. enterday
mornttik Siltn mhiIiiI the plnee where
the men were nl work and imide t li nviln
n'iii(it SimpMin. in yeH'erday eeinlik'
while the party weie at nupper Sllvn
PiihhihI by the eamp with Iiih Viliehiyler
In hi hnml He tent on ni the Hide of ,
the rocky eauoil on the ipeil mile of
the nrrotn from the e.imp, hud wan tin
licet' ( bide behind hoiiim iiinlerbriih
In n nviment he llntl lot jjun, the ball
pHHHiiit clos4 to S'inwii'n left thik'h.
Ileliik' entirely iinnruiisl SimpHon and Ihh
workmen in a Iw inkling Hinijjht abetter
behind nx'kn fter waitniH' a few inn
uihiiIh SimpMin. ankd one "f Ihe men if
he llinli'hl Silvn hiol left. ai. d the man
raiwnl up to nee when amilher nhot wan
tired, luckil) fnilitik' to reiieh i ( m innrk.
One nmte attiiupt waa made to reach
Hfifer cover bt one of the ineli, when ail'
other I hot vvr.H tired. N oliewaH ill
.tiretl, fhownik' that Si I vit ih a Mir
tniirUaiMiii) SimpHon wan forced to htitt
the nwkH till dark, alien he uuide Iiih
way on fiMit to thin cilt, and warrantH
were laauml f"i Hilt it 'a arroitt, ami the
paHira were nerved to iln)
The irrigation compnuy. of whieb Mr.
Hiiiim)i ih a iiietiiber. iiheerl thatSiltu
Iiuh no claim to the land on wlm h they
are ercctini; the ihttil.
The alnite ih the HiitiHtauce of a htnte
llient llilele ( I hli paHT by M r. Simp
Kin thin m rn nik.
mi;. Hii.t V hi ri sii.mi.
Mr Nilva wan arrented by Sheritr I'ercn
and brought to thin , 1 1 thin 'imrrimu'.
and wiih bound over m the Mini of
to upxnr in .linle .Mintdeii'h court net
Mr. Silta niforniH IIiih pner that
it) m tut a year iio he e, indented to klivink'
S i in k. m and hit company the privilege
to erect it reeertoir dam When it emne
i to hiuiiii I he agreement to IIiih elfect
SunpHnii w Hilled a dee. I to Iiih SiIvii'h)
ranch, whieli he refuwd to hiii. He
then i rdereil work to top, and Simpmin
then Htopped the work
Three ueelH au'ii HiniHoii liroiiKht out
a en of men ami upon beean work on
the dam, wbieh ih located on SiImi'h
Silva IIKIIIII ordered the men to
H,p W,rkt ,, ,Mimml...l for tl,e
,,rm,.Kf Hwin the bmldinB of the
r,.Hl,rVl)lr. SimpHon waul be wi.h w.llbv
ia. 1)f !hi irm,.w,., i,t tml ,,tM)
W(1M ,M, muul Svl L.li1H (liau ,((,
(1illicult.t in worda with Sitnpeon
vB,ir,liy tt(IH ,, 1IH nliuot
rulilnlH, and deinox tebeiuc-jtly that
lie tired at SimpHon r at nny of (iih men
Tin, cuxe will tried next Monday ,
and uill attract a ureal ileal of interest
I Prui.i II... Iinil), J"U ;'. i
Mra. F.luier WiiHhburu in recorermi;
from n upcll of Hieknetu.
CtiiiH. X-.tjer ih Imclt from Iiih cuttle
ranch out on tbe Atlantic A Pncillc in
Walter ('. Shllpe, lion of C. II. Sl.llpe,
who I. na leeii ihinerouHly ill with ma
Inria feter, is tilowly rerover.HK.
Ktl. Newcomer, w ho broke one of bin
leK in wnlkint,' oH the porch al Mrn.
WeruerV, tvtll be out on crutcbett Sntur
Mra. (inrdon in uieetint; with Mticremt
with her icecream parlorH. F.verycvon
tug feet tho purlom well tilled with cue
tomerH. N. II. Ilowiiinn, ruprefltintuiK the Cnc
tua Printing com.nny o( Puelilo. ih mak
ing it trip through the eouthwcHt. He ih
here to day.
Dr. H. I). Smith, of thn tleutal tlrm of .
Smith A Smith, returned IiihI night from 1
a very auccenHful Iiiihuichh trip to Pron
colt nnd FhtgatnlT.
Martin Tieruey, it hardworking boiler
maker in tbe employ of the Al'nutiu A
Pucitlc, and wife left luni night for Cali
fornia to be aliHei.t Boteral weeka.
Itobl. (iibaou, who l.aa btun working
at the plumbing trade in thia city fjr OWiied and npernted by Americnn citpi
Hit, pivst year, has ilepnrtetl for I-iih Ve- j,, (n ,ml clUniry, yMi H ,,i prt
goa, where he hits accepted it position
P. (i. liUiiia, editor of the Las Crui ee
HpnniHb pntr, nml iiIho conuecteil with
the F.I DefeUMir tlel Pueblo, of old town,
came up from Lna CruccH hint night.
Hngine -4 n powerful lUiodo IhIiiihI
engine hea Ihm'ii rebuilt here by Miih
ter Mechanic Hancock and will I mi uhci!
on the Williams mountaiiiH us it pusher.
Henry Carpenter, the tetetnn elore-
UtoH'r of TijeniH canon, enme in bright
nnd enrly this morning, loaded hiHtvngon
with merchandise and returned forth -
M. W. lMuurnoy, cashier of tbe l-'irnt
Nntionnl bank, wife and daughter will
leave tonight for tho Las Vegaa botjtt'rthe plnmtilT, wna intrtaluceil. Thia
spriaga.ttlii.ro they will remain eevorn! afternoon, on ncoount of the nlieenco of n
ilrtya, witnesH, tbe cane wna continued until
fi.o v.m.b.rf will t.robiible l..nv fori
Las Veiriia to tiiilit He wnnla to l.aik
nr i), ilhl nml ,. for hoiiwtlf lfir
giimoi nro plnyod on tbo 1th
Mra. Crenger, wife of the nnpennten
dent of thn (Internment Indian schiN.I,
returned lioma Inst nigut from her trip
to Indiana. The professor met his wife
Mra. (V.nciinnoi), who conductn a
lioarding iinil linlgiug Iioubo near tbe
Atlnutln A Pncillc ahoptt, is lining n good
buHinea. She can nccomniodute u num.
Ixr ot boartlers.
Ada Huintte, tvbo killtsl her Inter, Jack
Ilrotvn, in Silver City, in ISff.', being aent
to thn territorial wnitentinry forttiree
yeara, on the recouunendotiona of War-
hlon Chutes and net crnl physicians, who
I'lldmed t laatt her health fust falling,
linn Imcii pardoml by (lover nor I'rince,
Cotote HprniK'H. in IbeSnndm niountaina.
They will 1. nbHout neteral week,
Cntyher Meiiefet, of tint Mnri)tiH, baa
a run iih hiakemnu helwreii thia city and
U'ii!l.)w. Ilia trip briiitfN him in hute
on the tit il n t lit train Friday nicbl. lie
will eoiitinue to I .an Veaii with tile Mil
linilaiit ltol.t rr.iHer. the "only" lire
m.mon the Allant..- A I'.ieillc. bna re ,"" """"'" '"' c.u i.uouer com
luriietl to ll'e city afler a plenum! vihiI 1 1'""''
to l.rtn t'iMH. the lm t of Mihh tlnrbiif. VU' H,,wrf coliilnittt e re.rled that
ila riiLron. Humor Iii.h it Hint t.y
will hoon Aed. rlt' "l "' l"'r day, ho lon iih hoi ser-
., ... . ... . . . , ! viceit lire t.eedtxl.
Itr. U . I. Htruc'iaii ami .liimtxt I. ,. ... , , . , .
. , ,, . , , , I lie petition of Junto A mill", to re.
J'.lii'Htui wi1IIh-';wo of a kind who , .. , . .. .. , '
. . . .. , linihl it aidewnlk on Kinlroad avenue, In
u. : ...it 0.I..1. I.iiiiL'Im.,.! I. ml .iMl'.a till '
. . , .,.!. mm I
.leiuen not Hiirn.t: iiii .tioiiiiit, . i i.e
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will i amp ..nl ami li'h iii tb little moun-
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train atreiim for in tea.t a mouth.
(ien. J A Will.aniM.il. hind coiutniH-1
H.oner of the Allatitie A I'ae.lle road, tt an
uiartifd veHteidat in New ork fit? .
M.ih Mar in Hall, one of the hiiitUoii.e
Im'IIi'H n( the tiieltopo.lH, I lie friemU .n
th.M city eilend .'oi..;riitulnli..nH. Tl(, ,. 1)f t l',,,,.,,!,, aakimr pe
John II. UolMrtH..n,t f Santa Fc, father iiiirmou to mine the roof of Iiih h'ioh nlmp
of A. W. 11 UobertMin. who trateU for at No. Ill Itailrond nteniie, wiih read ami
Itrowne, Miiiiiinni, h ,v Co.. 1..h V-afitM, referntl to the lire rom mil tee.
Iiuh been lippoiiitttl nuel.t for the It.tliaiiH ! The etl!on of W. I.. Trimble A Co..
of the Pueblo and .l.earida litfel.C) III ' in regard to exleudii n the iron titer their
New Meili i.. t lee Jtt' Seura lenLed j W(ion nhml oil .See ilid Htreet, wiih rend
A few ilatH iik'o It. U. Whitii'i: waa up nnd the petition urauted.
poinlttl jimticitof the H'.iee of precinct petition front property hwiicih on
:i, lit ll.e count) ioiiiiiiii.Miilier-. vice Kent aver lie, nrkiln; that the ateiiuti x
.leniiH Lueero, rt H t-ned. ami )t'Hlerilny 1 k't'idetl liy the city, wiih rend. The prop
he ilotiiie.l h.H olllcnil efliill.e. He w ill 1 ertt owncrH to defray home of the et
illlike the Ul julice old tow u Iiuh ever'peUHe, deferred to the, H'rect roinii.lt
hud. I tee.
l. II llnbllHoU, k't'l.eriil II. ..llUK'er, lllltl
Andrew Smith, lOlpei.liten. lent of tiaiiH
porlntioii of the Atlantic a I'.u'ille, left
IIiih afteriiooi. on a Hpecial triiin, in pn
Mite coacbeH Ntf Mini I K, for .. trip
oter the ro'to. They will htop lit I'leH
A. J. Uicl.nrilH. Iilirarinn for the Stint
Fo al S.iu Marcia!, ih in the city to meet
h.H wife, who ih expected to iiibl from !
her t .rtt to Kiii.hi.h City lly the wu,
Mr U I'lu.riU' eli'u'iint two ntory on the
lliK'hhiud'i ih complett'tl and reutly for
oei iiptiiie) .
The "wolveH" liatti had Keveral uixmI,
1. enrtt hiiiu'hn this week llthl enme the
I' I. I'earce llei-Me I'riu.kH matter, then
Hie I 'oihucHworth eHcapatlx, ami now the
llawle) rune, in which a prominent con
ilurtor ih iirrented for intimacy with the
ISarr), l. Iawih, well remembered nn
tin- partner of Cnpt. Wtmtlnkc, when they
1 conducted "The Mint." no t the "St. K,.
mo," w rite.1 that be Iiuh rliaiiK'ed bin lo
cation from Sail Luke City, I'tuh, to
, Ouray, Col., nml requesln Tin Cinr-N
inailetl to Iiih iiddrein.
! ,ludt;e llnletllue, coiinaellor Atlantic
A Parillc road, left bint t.iuht tor Um
AiiL'eleH. where he hnn bupineHH U'fore
the Inter Sttite Ctinimerce commiasion.
He will o to San FranciHCo nftertvnrda
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to aueuii iuiH.riaui miirtiun mitiivra im
fore the courlH there,
j I'reH.ilpt.t Hall, of the Territorial fair,
returned hint nitfht from Iiih trip to wont
em .rioiui. Me brincHliie ii.tormntion
thai at FlnuHtnlT nml Pretn'ott, the null
tin Ik))h lire tlrillint; three nlnhta in n
week, nnd lire Kettllij,' IheiiiHelveH in ex
relleul condition to enrry off the com
It ih Hinted Hint the Lugunn Indiana
held a meetinc the other day nnd ntrrced
. HiinwsniJti money to tan.. u;e oternor
,,f Waah.ngton City. U. C.
t'1,"'r,"lt'" wl" ,M I'eltl with the prea
' .i t ..a ..t, al - ..
ineiu anil Hocretnry ot mo interior re
garding tbe title to their hinds, nml the
prrHident will bo linked to mljtiHt the
water ilinic ultiea which l.uve for yenra
rnuced coiiHiderable enmity between the
Aconiit nnd I.i.giinn Ind'uitiH,
John Kleiiiwort, it brother of Kind
Kleinworl, of thiH city, in at the F.urc
pen a from South Atnericii. Mr. Klein-
wort ih an engineer on one of the roads,
Wltigntn to day but will get In this oven-
ing, when the two brothcra will meet for
the llrnt time In fifteen yenra. The visi
tor ih suffering wiih malaria and will go
to Hut Hot Springn of Arkansas.
The llnwlrj 'nr.
Yesterday, a popular Atlantic A Pn
cillc pitHHttnger conductor wnH nrriated
by Deputy Fnitcd Stutew Mnrahnl Ar
tn t j, under tho Kdmiiuda net, on n war
rnnt Hworu out by J. It. Hawley, who
cbnrgen thn conductor with unduo intl-
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1 """V "lm ..iui,BMiw
this morning before Knrl A. Snyder, and
teetunony, unilt for publication und very
I dntuaging to tbo condiutor, of course all
next Tuesdny. It in evident thnt tbo
ayinpnlhy of the publio ia tbtcidedly with
tint contluctor, for it ia believed that
Hawley, from whom the wife haa en
dent ortnl to obtain it divorce, on tho
groundH of non -su pjwirt nml cruolly,
tnkea this method of attempting to
blacken and rum tho reputation of hia
wife. Mra. Hawley hua worked liard for
the pnat few yenra, to aupiort herself
and three little children, whom alio la
acbooling nt the Sister's academy.
"Kxcuae me, (Seorge, but when 1 aaw
you n yenr ago, ,your fnco wttt covered
with pimples; it neema to be all right
now." "Yea, sir; that's becauee I stuck
to Aycr'a Sarxapnrilla.lhe greatest blood
medicine in tbo world. I waa never ao
wall in my life as 1 im now.
:itv ruix tu
Urlalleit Krperl ef the rerrrttlnga of
lite Meeting l.ant I'.trnlux.
Tbo board of aldermen met laat oven
ink'; all present eicepl TtiiHtreH I'ii i r
The niltmtea of th ptetioun meeting
rend anil npprote.l.
The lire itimmltteo reHirlisl thtit they
reuotuiurnd that permit Hon lie grunted
J. II. IlliyhiH to erect cornice on Ida
hllildiru on Hecoud ntreet, nlitl the pe
tition of M. (' X.irhut, nnkniK leave to
build a frame addition to bin houae on
(!oper ntenile mhh refused. 'I hit ik'II'
jon of Tbna. F. Kelelier to remove n
frnuie limiao from Fourth at reel to llaib
roul avenue wna nlao refueed.
The report wit nceeptiHl
Hie coiumtlteo on rtilen and order of
bualncM Htibiuitted their report and it
ttan mlontetl liy hectloim.
The lliiinicit coiiiinltttm wiih milled
'"fther iiiuii in reard to the mailer of
il. . HI .11 I I II l. t l I .
t-y '""I ''red a eewer iiiHM..r for tbe
front of J. I). Torlina'H Haa n. wkh re.id,
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anil lii wuh urituteil periuiHoioii tu Inn d
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It Hidewalk alibied to the future order of
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t the lMiaril.
The H.titmn of MeH-rn Andiew Sin.tl,
j ,, .,. ) ,;,,,,, uu (H, (, t,(U
.Uitl u r,itl.wiitl in front nf lot HI. !.!.!;
h wm n,l(1 ,f,,rf(H ,,, , Mr,,,.,
i ,., niu.
A romuiuiiiciition from Mrn. C 1'i-lie
not wiih referreil to the police roiiimit
JnmcH II. Wroth, W M ., of Temple
Iotbre No. ii. .inked periuiHHion of the
board to Htort taluable pnpem of the
(iritlltl 1xlk'eof Mi.hhi.h III the taull of
tliVt city liuihlllie. until Hilcb lituo iih t hey
can arrange proper vaul h for their re
ception. The petition wiih uranled.
A conitiiunirntion from Mttndial Miih
ton, coiiiplainiui; of the railroad croMOiit:
on Itnlro.id aveuiit. wait rea-.l nml reft r
retl lo the Htreet committee with full
power to iiiHtruct thn m.iri-lii.l'H iIuIich in
A coiiimiinicatioii from MnrHlud Mat
ton, relative to Mrt. ('halk, wan icferrnl
to the urioianco rotiimittee.
Tlie clerk'e re.il Hhoweil iih follown.
WarrautH iHeued on ii.provetl Ii.IIh.
Jli's'i.VI, liceiisca collectetl, Sfi; credited
by tre.'iaurer'i, nveipt, .'L5.
I The ninrMi.iil'H report nbowed iih fol-
Iowh. l''ineH collected, f.VI, credited by
trcimurer'H iece.pt, f .'h I; nrrtwU during
the wiHk, Hi. uumlHtr in jitil, H.
The following Ii.IIh were approved by
thy tinituce committee:
Albuquerque (Iiih. Co 10 75
F.. A. More t; im
Chan. MiiHtou . . :i '.'.
) H. V Hopkiun
; ' ', oorI ',,
A. S. Alint A ( ti
M. F. Donovan ....
T. A. (iiirule
llnllock, linker A (.' i
J. Korlier A Co
K.J. Post Co..
L III Putney ....
Mrs. Mollio Stniiin. .
Mnrinno Shiiio.ii. , . .
J. A. Inng
F. II. Dnnlitp
Tbe eelimnte of the Hewer onitrnctor,
H. K. Itoett, wbh preeenteil and read for
thn niuouut of 8 1. KIT 15, Wnrrraiita
were ortlennl drnwn for the amount Hub-
jeel to a tlnnl entiuuilo.
The new IiiIIh were read and referred
to the tlnnnce committee.
On motion of Alderman liowuirtn, hcc
nndetl by Alderman Miller, that the
street committee bo instructed tu fur
nislt tbe necettaary corner Htoi.ei. for
On motion of Alderman Maloy, eeco tid
ed by Aldorwnn Itowmnn, thnt the Klto
trio atreet railwny be notified by the
street committee to lay their tiea on the
preeent grade of Itailrond avenue enat of
the railroad truck, nnd to remove the
dirt now piled on that uvouue.
Ordiuame No. I'iS, tiling thedity and
hour of the meetings of the boitrtl of al
dermen was approved. It changed the
meeting nigbln from Wtslneaday of every
week, to the llrat and third Mondays of
Ordinance No. l'JU. relnlive to plumb
ing und drain laying, traa read nnd adopt
I'lulii t tic lJllt. Jult J.
Ixxik out for llrn.
Hon. Pedro Peren enme down from
llornnlillo thia moruing.
Itegular neaaldn of tho boanl of coun
ty cotuminHionore next Monday.
Sheriff Lut.a and Deputy Sheriff Con-
nelley, of Valencia county, are in tbe
It ia underntood hem thnt the initios
nf the (inllup Coal compnny have cloeed
down for repair.
John Trimble and wife, nnd Mnrnl.nl
Mnaton will leave about the lUtb for n
trip to Jemoe hot springe
A light vote wan polled at Simla Fa
yeeterdity. Tba Citizen's ticket wua
elected with ouo or two exceptloim.
J, II. Drury, tbe contractor and build
er, and wife are out in tho mountains en
joying the delightful, invigorating air,
Marshal Maston came out thia morn
ing Id a brand new uniform, l'ho color
la iky blue and tbe bna buttoni show
theaull olT to kixhI ntlvnntae. He In
leu.U to bnvo hit llouteonnta lltlml out
In thn mime
ly Ia. Our "ciipt;' are
Tint vncnnt Iota on the corner of Hoo
ond ntretd anil Silver avenue were clenr-
ed off yeMlenlay for the (itinrdM Ut drill
Jii.Ikk Iah will leave to-night f r has
Yegna, wliern he holiU court for Judge
O'llrynti, who will innko it trip to en'..
Mih A. MiieIo ami ilaiiuhter, MiaaCle
lia, will leave the old town Mondny
morning for a two weeka' titcnliou lit
JeiiicH hot spring.
The Occidental Iii.h.i ball club, colored
boyn, iltHiren 'I'm. Cl I !... lo challenge
for then, any t olnrcd club in the nouth
wiwt for a uiittcb giime of bnse ball.
On I he tlrst of July n fire broke out In
the South llninoHtiike mine nt White
O.ikw, and two niiiiern were inirned to
doit'li. Tint loHit ih heavy, nnd may
ratine the mine to abut down.
There will he no open nlr concert on
the Htaml in trout of the Han Fuli
thiH eteiillig by the Alltuqtlc rqtlti silver
itirnel I'liinl Next week the latyn will
plat mi TuenUy nnd Friilny titeuiugs.
AiMnido IV tie linen, son of A. C de
1 1.. -il, wiio h.H been 11 tel. dil.g the Albll
l jno in-ademy, it lirighl young tnty
who ifpireH to the uii-tlical ccience, bna
.ii'i'epbil a pi.Hltli.u at the drug store, of
T. II Itiirget-n A Sun.
t . l Pratt, the excellent book keeper
nt the I inllup foul compauy'n ofllcc, this
ril), with his wife nml h.iliitHt, leave early
lo in '.now morning for f .imp Wbiloomb,
where they willcump out for four days.
!' I i. Pratt and wife go to Hear canon.
At the nniiual election of the Albu
iiior..ie o,g No. IHPJ, (i. U. O. oft). F,
for the cunning year tint following oftl.
cern were electetl: A. It. Cltaeclla, N. (I.
II. Knot. N. (1.; J. W. Ilerry, l. S.; J
l.ane. P. N. (i.. W U Cliiii.miiii, N. F.
W. W Tate. P. M. F.; S. T. F.lleworth.i
W. f;N fnrper. W. T.; J. llarkudiiy.
I Tl.ieteH hate Ihmui .rowling around
the rt Hidcuce of W. K. Page, on Second
iilrtel. and evert time they call they take
( it way Home giMhlH, Kant night t bey got
oter in the back ynrd nnd took from the
cloth) h hue eevenil iii.ltH, Hheete, etc,
ami iiIho made away with a lot of pigeons
nnd enteral Iiciih. No eluu to tho per
potratorH. There are a couple of young people in
ithit e ty who hnve nil along considered
iheniMtltcH ierfpct waltrerH in fact, the
1 Im'hI to be found in tbe metroHilia. Inat
night they met in tbo parlor of n certain
lintel, and, it ih Hind, agreed to go to Uo
corro and compete for the prir.ea offered
for the U'ht wnltern al tho dance hi
i morriiw night I'I.ey are likely to tnke
' the lute Miuth-lKiuntl freight thia lifter-
It. II. (ireeulenf, known ne "Uncle
Hob, the llorHKiiiuii," in bnck from hia
i trip to tint New Fnghiud etntea, where
. he I. iih a number of relntiveH nnd old
limit fnendri. On hia way home, be atop-
peil in Idee county, Kniinaa, to nee a eia
ter whom ho I. iih not aeun fur mtvnntcon
yearn, and he roporta the IIhIiIh waving
in wheat, thn llnent nnd heitvieat crop
for yearn. Mr (Ireenleut states that be
hoHa to I hi ready to commence the
building of that promieed three Htory
buHiucHU building on Itailrond atenuo in
it few monthn.
A. L. Ilnmey, eon of Conductor Har
ney, who left the city about three weeka
ago to join n aurveying outfit at Ash
! ork, Arimua, linn returned home. Art
tntcH thnt the aurvey of the new rond
Santn Fe, Pri'HCott A Phenix- from Ash
Fork to Prencott, n distance of 57 4-10
miles, in completed, nnd Hint the line la
nlHitit fifteen milrvt ahnrter than from
PreHeott Junction to Prescott. At Prea.
coll he witnessed tho hoae boy a there
practicing and the oilier day they tunde
a wet tent in thirty-one eeoonds, and laat
Sunday hiiw- tbe Fort Whipple bull club
tlereat the I'rtwcott iioyn liy tho acoro or
llitalitPHN .Mrn Orgnnlsed rnr the Pre
trrllen of all llonrttt l'rplp.
The biisinetta men of Albuquerque met
IiihI evening in IlieOritut hoae houee nnd
heard from It. (J. Hitler a comptoteex-
phut a Hot. in detail of the advantages
wliich result from organizing under the
protective plnu provided by "Tho Mor
rhiint'n Mercantile Agency ot Chicago,
Illinois." Tbe Albuquerque, N. M., Bub
acriber'a llrauch wna then organ iwd, the
following gentlemen liclug elttottsl the
President A. J. Maloy.
Vice Preaident M. Mundell.
Hocretury W. It. HennorabeetH.
Treasurer -F. O, Prittt.
Kxecutive Hoard II. Iloliertaon, K. A.
Orunsfeld. M. Mnndell, Arthur Kveritt,
Twenty two linns signed tho agree
ment, afterwards formulated into the
constitution and by-lawn, pledging tbem
nclvea to abide bv tbe anmo for one year.
A lino Ih tho penalty llxed for violating
tint clause in the constitution which pro
viiIch thnt no member of Una hruooh or
gnnizntion hI.oII giro credit to a person
who doea not by some honorable means
adjust bin iiidebtoduosa to all other sub
acribera. It iH carofully provided that io
perauu hIiiiII I hi referritd to the roe in be re
of thin or wuy other branch organization
of "The Merchant's Mercantile Agency"
a.i owing a aubacriber until auob jeron
ban iHHtn given a full and fair opportu
mty to adjUHt hia obligations.
'J'hls agency is an Incorporated Inatitu
tlou, duly nutliorireil to do bualneas
throughout the United Htatea. The &ya
ton, w l.ererer it haa been put into opera
tion line been found to be full ot benefit
to everybody, except to tho thoroughly
dishonest mnn.lbeao cnlled "dead -boat,"
who bus made up hia mind to livo on
This aystont marka it new era in the
history of credit. It means that tbe
honest man hIiiiII not tx pulled down to
the lerol of the lilihoneat vandal) that
conoarttxl notion must drive out the
"ileud-beat" altogether', that thousands
of merohaDU will bo aaved from ruin,
and the people from payicg a high tax
for gottina goods on ortdlt,
IN A WHIKl.l'OOK
The Trearheroam HI Urandr and Its
Hon. Frnttk lluhbcll, of Pnjarlto, a
Moxtcnu villngtt K)puUled with giKnl
Hx.plo in the i.oiithitrn uttt of llm co.iu-
ty, in hern to dny, nnd brings the tU'tts
of the drowning of Juan Ilnrternn, nt
Ia PaililhtH, a few miles below, yenter-
day. The man, who wai from Han Ua
fael, Valencia county, was unacquainted
with the fords ot the Itio (Irnntle, nml
nlth'ilgh told thnt It wna n dnngermis
uudertnkmg to mm the river during its
present high stnge, mnde the venture In
the fnco of prolentN. F,verything went
along utuiMilhly until be hnd renched n
Kitit where the current chnngee nbriipt-
lv to the wont, nnd in it twinkling bin
horse aank in n whirlpool, going dow n
out of sight nyl carrying the ruler witli
mm under tho water. Thoej who hIixhI
on this hIiIii of the river nnd wntchod the
daring rider from the time be entered
the ntrenm stood ntvo stricken when the
wnter engulfed both tbo horse and rider
The animal mnnnged to drift from bis
perilous situntiou and wnn brought to
the enst shore a few hundred ynrda bo
low the whirlHml. Ilnrreras never show
ed nbovn the wnter ugnln, nnd doubt loon,
nmoug it, mmlH of the txittotn of the
trenoheio.. Itio (Irituile, bin txnly now
lies. He wnn well known in the south
ern part of this county, where some ot
hia relnlivt'H renide, und it ia said be
leavta to mourn his loan it wife nnd aev
ernl children nt San Unfnel.
Tlir Nrl.HIniiHon Mnltrr.
The true furtn in thin enstt aro iih fol
Iowa: Some montliH hinre, Mr. Sittion
with three gentlemen, one of which was
a notary publii , enme to Mr. Selva'a
hutinn at the mouth of thoTijeraa canon
with the object ot obtaining Mr. Helvn'n
and hia wife'n nignnturt-H to it iIihh! or
contruct, purMirling to convey thoir in
tercet in Intui in snldcnnon, sotue.VK) feet
on ench Hide of the crettk or nrroyu, nnd
about 'Xl feet from eitnt to tTrel, com
mencing n shorl diatnnce west of the res
idenco of said Selvn. L'ikiii the reading to
him by the notary, the quantity nf bind
to boconveyed, he demurred and refused
to nign nt that time, the consideration
beiug ouo dollar. Uhiii consultation
with bin legal ndvtaer, be still refused to
sign without he fboutd receive the
amount of f.7M0for hia entire chum. Now
tho said Mr. Simpton with other
gentlemen, hua commenced tho building
of a dum on nnid Selvu'n pnqierly, nnd
bnvo destroyed the outlet road, on Liu
own premlecH, w hereby tie hauled out hia
ion from bin ice limine.
Any further fncts will be brought out
in the court, nnd Mr. tiolvit doea not fear
tbo final result. H.
The Co-oiM-rnllvr ItulltllitK anil Imh
At n meeting of thin local aaHociatiuu
bold on Tutted ay, loans were made in
the amount of S.'I,HM. It is the pride of
tho directors uf thiH stuble and Hipulnr
iitMoclntion to any thnt they bnvo been
nble from tho very inception lo supply
nil demnudn mndo on it for money. The
nubatntitinl buililmgn in every quarter of
tho city, which have lvn buill by the
money of this inHtilution, utteat the aul
stantinl contributions it baa mndo to tbe
growth of our city. From it small be
ginning tbo receipt from dints, internet
and preniiuuiH nmouut now to nearly
1,0(10 er month.
A homo board of responsibln conserva
tive busineea men of Albuquerque, with
eyea single to the promotion to the city's
advancement, controls this institution.
Im investments amount to about (175,000,
every dollar of which ban helped and will
continue to help our city. When wo
take into consideration tint cheapness ot
this ajuKiciation, which in necured by the
fact that no high salaried offlcem and
ngenta aro eating up tbo prollts which
inventors nnd 1 Kir rowers roust pay, and
that ita ninnngera and promoters are our
own citieena known to ua all, there would
norm lo ho reasonable excuse for moneyii
being diverted from institutions of which
some of our people have yet n fooling
Von Whipple lo be Abandoned.
Orders have been received in the luat
fow days at Whipple from the war de
part men t, nl Washington, cancelling nil
contracts entered into on tho part ot the
military, affecting the bay, grain, woo-t
and other aupnlioa used at Fort Whip
ple. It in nlflo stated that the ilth In
fantry will leavo the post oavly tbo
coming month for their Now York sta
tion, und that tbo order aliollHuing
Whipple will then lm made known,
a detachment of troops only will be left
to enro for tbo property that remaina
nftor being Hold at auction or otherwise
disposed of. A halt dozen Preacott mer
chants who have contrncta for furnish
ing the different articles used there,
have also received instructions to nt
once discontinue tho delivery of the
name. It mny then, bo plalcly given out
that a pout around which in the punt
ever will cluster In the memory runny
good deeds ot the military to tho civilian
in fat contrncta nnd soft snaps, is at luat
to go. Proecott Jnurnnl.
Hilly Angel, who conducted tbo Ht.
Elmo restaurant, haa skipped tho town,
leaving aeveral unpaid bills which wero
guaranteed by the generous Doc. llled
oe. Hilly did a flourishing business,
and would gamble occasionally, Doc
objected to bis gambling until ho had
met all bis obligations, which objection
did not eat woll with Hilly, nnd ho there
upon folded his tent like the Arab and
departed laat night. He camo hero
bout six weeka ago from Winalow,
where be worked In Fred Horvey'a lunch
counter. Hia wbereaboula at present
nre unknown. Hie roatauraut did a
good business and ia offered for sale
Fine Art Work.
Mra. Florence Nettleton, tho estimable
wlfo of Jeweler Nettleton, baa again
crowned herself with glory by bar brush
and paint, and her Uteat production, do-
ciilauiy ihe beat or ail nor pninitngs,
be aeeu at thn lewelry ntore, where it it,
leon ad in I rod nnd tho artist oompllmtti
ed by many of our cltlrona this mornUf
I lie tialnllug, wlilcit la uxi reet, i-m
roundel I by an elegant gold brotiu
frama, renriMinta two lletigal tign
male and female, on n barren ledge
rook, thn mala standing guard w
his hearing fnctiltlca nt their best, whiU
I. a rMintil.t i simua r n sal aitit .t
Hi' iriijiiit' iiiinnn ' biit"iii j
water. In the bnck ground there ia J
jungle of trees, the sketching and null
lining of which is ierfcct. The pnintiu
is tnken from life und the work demur,!
stride it to be from a lady who la n Ixiril
artist. In the past three yeara Mnl
Nettletou'n art linn been purchased UI
partiee in New ork city, Ikteton, Terrtl
Hnute, Intl., Cletoland, ()., and (I lover I
tllle, N.Y., bealdea her aria ornauientl
the walla of several Albuquerque horn!
Her tine work ia becoming x.pular.
JOHN I. CUI.I.INIJHWOHTH,
ThU Unsnlilrr anil Llbrrtlne senrrti
II U Young Wife.
Word reat'heil this city thia niorniDjj
thnt John P. Collingsworth hnd desert I
ot I bin young wife at Laa Vegaa, fornak J
ing her for n woman nmnetl Mra. llnll
hnrt. The whereabouts of the guilt;!
couple are unknown. Mra. Oolllngt.1
worth came tin n visit lo her parents it
this city lanl Monday evening, and tint
Haruo night Collingsworth and Ida in
fatuous companion left in n haok fo
Watrous where they nro aupponetl U
have taken an eastern bound trnin, Tt
local paper nt Laa Vegaa aaya:
Tho woman waa woll known na unfaith
ful lo her husband, and complaints haj
even I wen lodged against her, with tU
proprietor of the house, becaueo of lift
improper conduct. It hnppcttn ther
fore, thnt her Hitting hns been matter uf
The general Impression is that Col
hugsworth does not intend to tleeert lis
young wife, but learning that the con
pniiiou of Inn Might hnd rt few hundred
dollars, he has tnkrn this method lo s
euro the woman's money; nml wl.rt
that sbnll bate bifli done, he will ahi.kt
the womnn nnd return to bis wife, n
this iiIhco or Albuquerque.
Colliugaworlb hnd n bud reputation,
following him from Albuquerque: nnd
this epiHotle will HiiIhIi him, aa far u
Lns Vegan is coui-orncd. Ileport has n
Unit the woiimn nnd the fomnken lint
bntid, for whom noli. ing but plly ia felt,
were mnrne.l in lHS-J Since then ht
left her once; but the family tio wna r
moved on her most Hncrod promises tf
reform. Tho couple enme hero frua
ColliuitHworth waa married to Mia
DnviB a few wouka after he, with Coo.
Sullivnn, n notorious bunco steerer, heU
up ami robbed nn old mat., nainod Co
hen, in this city. Ho wua placed umlv
it heavy Umd, his eecuritiee tteing Ml
I nnd Mrs. Dnvis. and still In the faced
! the fact that the penitentinry waa yeara.
' ing for bun he wns grunted iiermiHHint
to wtnl nn innocent young girl. Tht
wife, bud hIih cot. tin. led the study of Im
iHiokn, would hnve grnduated the put
sennon from the Sisters' academy.
John Meeting or Kdllor.
I'reMidei.t Hall informs TiiKCniu
that a tiiimber of the editors ot boti
New- Mexico nnd Arizonn bnvo expreaeed
to him n desire to moot hero on hook
day during the Territorial fnir. It ia e
good scheme, ono worthy uf tho nttea
tion of the fnir neeociation, und it ii
hoH'd thnt the preen mteociutiona ol tU
two territorien conclude to meet In tkt
city during tho fair. Visiting editon
will be royally outertnined, nnd the local
uewapnN.tr men will nrrnnge all matten
for their reception. Let n joint meelmt
of the editors ot New Mexico antl Arimt
be held here ot that time.
The lnd.ee cleared over 8100 by tht
elegant nocinl Inst evening at thobospiU
ble home ot Hon. II. II. Forguaaon. Tbt
Indies having tho matter in charge Uti
nothing undone to please and enlertnii
the guVete, and Mr. and Mrs. Fcrxunsoi
opened their whole houae to nooomu.o
dnto the large company. The uvenioi
wna pleasantly spent, nnd all prcwni
Hpeak in high praise of the entertain
W, II. H. Llewellyn, tbe almoat oruci
preeent live stock agent of tho Santa Kr
rnilroad, senl a couple of tlaya in Silta.
City luat week, In conversation with i
Southwest Sentinel reporter, Mr. Lie
ollyn said that 15,000 hood of cattle wit
bo shipped out of (Jrant county, frore
Silv-.-r City and Doming within the dm!
thirty days. The abipmontn ot cattk
from tbo southwest will bo oven great
this sossoii than they were I. at, tba
season commenced earlier, the compnoj
has more rolling stock availublo for ttiii
trade, tho corn crop in Kanaaa and S
britskn is now pretty thoroughly assure!
for the noaaon and prominea to Ihj a goot!
one, consequently cattle feed era in tbox
stnttta nro nnw buying strongly, and
prices nre ranging a abado higher that
they did Inst yenr. All thin, togeth
with itbiiuduiit rains, a good grass net
on, nnd n large oalf crop down bera
iiroinlHes n senson uf unusual pnaicrit
for tho southwestern cattle raiaera.
Tho aclnl raco between J. FA'td
Prieat'a aorrel mare, Fanny, and Jtcol
Welnmnn'a Chlquitn, which takoa plaoi
on the Fourth, (to-morrow ofUrnoon),
exciting coilsiderable Interent, nnd muc
ey in good quantities has been put upoc
bath Hideo. Tho raco will be for OK
yards, nnd $i"i a side.
The Mexican brnaa band bus been
guged to play for tho Gentlemen's Dri
ing itaaociutiou tomorrow afternooe,
while tbo Alduquvrquo silver oorott
band, with n number ot frlonds, will pk
nic on the clanelo banks of tbo a mil
Ntrenm at Camp Whitcoinb and Ban U
A number of the young people of tM
city enjoyed it pleasant evening ot tto
hospitable rosidouce of flov. E. 8. BtoW
laat evening, Mrs. Stover waa aasUt
in entertaining tbe company by Mia
Wblteinan nnd Miaa Maggie Kent.
Tbo caaunlty record for English f
ball seaaon just ovor shows twolve calf
of death "directly attributable to ltl&
lee rocelved In inatchea,"