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oflir uf pnbllraUnn.
Orrtca-No. Ill Wear (loLD Avtaca
IFrom llf tall), Hrt.. 2)
Mrs. W. H. Hurke, wife of n member ,
of thn etlitoriHl staff of Tun Citizi.k, re
turned laat evening from a two weeks'
visit to the cities of southern California,
Hv. S. C. Wright nnd wife nro bourn-1
ward bound mid will nrrivo in Albuquer
que nlxiut the lMli. They will In In
uti to eeo tin grent territorial oxliibi-i
. S. D. Smith, wife of tho dentist,
Irutt night for I'mon City, Iml., to
visit her home people. The doctor will
bo n grass widower for at leant nix
Dr. O. 1'. Hoblnson, of (inllup, rnmo in
from thn weatlsst night ( meet hi wife,
who ha been on n t tatt to Hrenunn, Tex
cut. The doctor and wifo will ri'liiro to
(lalhip tbia evening.
The delegate of thn town of llornn
lillo to tha railroad convention hern worn
selected yesterday nnd are aa follows
II. F. Peren, J. M. Castillo. II. Montoyn,
Joee C. Lat rails, Anastacio del Vnllo nnd
J. 11. Armijo.
A Mexican fnrmor, arriving hero early
thia morning with a wagon load of nil
kinds of fruits, had thn misfortune to
hnrn ono of thn hind wheels of Inn wagon
break off. A job therefore for the
Secretary Chan. II. Pope nnd J. C.
Martin are making olslxirsto arrange
rnenta for thn shooting tournmiient.
which takea place fnlr week. There will
bo n large attendance of marksmen from
all over the southwest.
Mr. and Mre. J. It. Malette nrn ro-
'.oicing over thn arrival at their house
IsM night of a ten pound boy. It in the
llmt born, nnd of course Jert)iiin the
father, la exceedingly p'.enned over the
fact that it li n Uy.
Oeorge Montgomery, a clerk in the
nuditor'a ofllca of tho Atlantic A I'ncillc,
Hpike leader in the Albuquerque hone
running team, left tor thn wnat laat night
on business. Ho ill prubnbly stop nt
Pwecott, Arizona, for a day.
It. C. Voao, thn owuit of "Midvolo"
ranch, nnd one of the old former resi
deuta of Huh city, who m now n resident
of Hnn Francisco, write Hint ho will I
nt the territorial fulr, and hope to moot
Ilia ninny old friends on that occasion.
Iter. J. 1). Hush wiui paid a rnre com
pliment nt tho conference nt El Paso,
Tbo people of Hddy petitioned that he
bo stallonel there by the conference,
and sent 'ilong with thn tatltion a uunr
nnlood aubecript n of fl.000 toward hia
The Trinidad Adverlioer ). Sinter
Illandiuu, one of tho pioneer aittera of
charity to Trinidad, returned yesterday
from Albuquerque, N. M., to tnke charge
of tho First ward public nohool. The
good aiater ia one of tho beet disciplinar
ians in the city.
J. J. Ilyrnea, a flrat-clnsa younK gentle
man who haa inndo Albuquerque his
home for a year, will lenvu to niKht for
Philadelphia, whero he ient his child
hood days, lie will bti absent nbout
thirty days, and before returning will puy
bis rotpecU to relntivea residing in Now
York and lloatou.
W. II. Itcnich, of Itoyalton, Minn , la
anxious to know nil nlniut New Mexico
nnd the city of Albuquerque, if a letter
ho hno written to the Commercial club is
any criterion from which to judge. He
has propounded for answer twenty-five
qufationn, and Mr. Itenich will be in re
ceipt of the answers in n few days.
A light occurred at one of tho barber
shops last evening, in which one of the
barbers was literally made to mop up thn
Hoor with hla faltec enrcaaa. At 1:.'K)
o'clock p. in., the licked barber was ob
served on thn outside of tho shop, and he
wss telling eeveral inon that if two had
not jumped onto him he would have
whipped the one he was after. Blrange
to any, not a rar.or was drawn, and the
afTelr resulted in no bloodshed.
He Vemtrtm llrr,
Faustina Wilson, a Mexican wotnnn, ia
mourning the nbeenoe of her American
huaband, James Wilson, formerly torn-
man at thn gna works. It is wild Joined
has Itnon anxious to leave his letter half
for the pnit year, for the woman is a
charucter and has figured in numerous
bad and disreputable scrap in the o-
liou court, much to the annoyance of
her husband who waa compelled to go
down in hia pockets for cash to keep hla
wayward wife out of jail, lu)t weok the
huabantl conceived tho idea of sending
Faustina to Lus Vegas to visit her
daughter, and thus the unsuspecting
creatnro went to the capital of Han Mi
guel county for a visit. It waa n good
time to skip, and tho other night- the
evening before the return of his wife
James purchased a ticket for California
and will eoon ho far away from her who
ha caused him so much troublo and has
brought shame and disgrace to his door.
It was a bad match in the llrst place, but
Wilson la solely to blame.
Kstenalt e Traveler.
C. W, Townseud, the western traveler
for the wholesale liquor llrm of Taylor &
Williams, Louisville, Ky., is in the city,
coming down from the north Isst night.
Townsend covera more miles nnd does
more business, Tin: Citukn will venture
to say, than any otbsr mau whoes terri
tory extends throughout the Itocky
mountain regions of thn United Htatea,
lie left Victoris, II C, August 2M; he
vullnd Seattle, Tan una, Knit IMn City, 1
Ogden, I'liKjntinr, Denver, I'ueblo, Trill
IdmJ, lis Wtfin mal ia in the inetroMilis
i f the eouthwiMl to ilii). At every city '
tin reronmed lung enough In Ml n big
bill of Kentucky whiHkliH, nnd nlso to
llnil out to hi pleiksiirn Hint thn grent
territorial fair linil In-oii extenrhnly ml
virlid, nnd that nn hn exproend it I
"thn wholn couiilry will iiltenil." Town I
pond I'.itmut H'n how the multitude in tin
U HCooiunuHlMHtt hnre. I
eotenlny liflnniooii.iiUiiit thren tuilca
went of Wlueluw, it hurribli) nrciilnlit k'
cur ml to frmght No .'LI, on thn Atlantic
A I'licilli', wtHtwiird IhiihhI. Am frnittlit,
going wnet, wits nenrof imiiiIikpii pnilnr,
nnd b) hhiim iiicidm Mm content x
pUxled, bloniiig Hint i-itr nnd Hevnrnl
oilier ciirx into linn kindling wcxxl, At
Dm tune of tln exploHtnn H. W. Whitn,
briiketiiHii, for incrl of ('olorHil'i, with u
etock rutin , in charge of n dir tlllnd with
h iin'linlil gixdn, wnrn Hitting on top uf
the our chittlmg, mill they worn blown
high into thn nir, rninilig dnwii in hiiiiiII
piooiti thoir Ixincs nnd llrfli xciitti-rod
in nil diroctioriH, mid piirlH of their mint-
nil) c'liiil.u'. lie fulllid.
I'nrtirH m tlm plitfnrm nt Wniflow
I ft I n I witlHVHetl Ihn otploKlnn lit the
illHtniicn of tliroo itillnH, mid the mhiihI
ri'K'lnlilivl thill nf nil niirthqlllikn.
No cniiH' ii iiHdigiiotl for the oiploeiun,
but it it Him npiiiiiiti in Hiinn Hint n xpiirk
frtim thi eliginn llillhl Iiiim ntnrntl tho
cur Ihroiigli it crni'k. ,
A lrrril I'riimolloii. i
It M. Ilitchoilor. who linn ii'Hi tin
AlchiNiin, ToHku A Sunlit IVh ooiiituor'
t'inl ngont nt Dotroit, Mich, hint Imoii
llinvoil up tiiwnrd the top round of the
Udder, boing rtx'outly proiuutntl tn tho ,
pottiUoti of getiernl ngont of the t'tiiii
pnii), with lieiulqtiiirtors nl St. JiMpli,
Mo. Mr. Ilnchollor wiih fur v ur h in tlm
oinplii) of Ihn Allnntit' A l'ltcillc com
puny, tilling with honor iiutl grout coin
Intone the nlllt'n of piiHM'iigt r mill
freight ngont, with litinliUitrtoiH lioro, 1
and Inn tunny friontU uf tlim city will,
j mi with Tiik C'nir.N in v nigral Hinting
linn UMin hiit promotion. Mr. liacliellorj
In tlm eon III law of J. M. Mooro, of thin '
city, to whom he punt it viHit a Tow
Workins ' I".
Ihn l'roiicotl Iiom' I on m am mini to
practice Imth in thn morning mid even-1
mg. The tratuor Iihh his men romlyfnr
rune nl I) Va) a. in..jiinl at ! p. in ; im'
pruliibiti thorn from etuolung, or umiiik' (
any kiudof Htiiiiulantii. nndcuiupolM tlmm I
to Im in Ihm) no'. Inter thai ill o'clock p.
tn. Tlm I'roeoott tnuiii tit coining to thn t
fair with thn ilelormiiiation of holding ,
the belt they won lat ynur, and if Albii
qtiorque nnd other competing toatiiH am
not on the lookout, Ihn Ari.onn Imi)h will
coum vor) nenr fitltllling their detttruiiu
nlioii. Iiht night tlm local Ihi)h madn a
very crnditublo run on Itailroud avenue,
but tlm coupling wiih only fairly good, j
I'Iioh. K. (inbol, iicting general ttiaua-'
gor of thn Atlantic A- I'acillc, mid a llior
ough rmlrnud man, will leave for Chica
go this evening, being called thorn on a
very imporlnnt meHnago. It In quietly
hinted among certain prominent local
railroad olllciuls Unit Mr. (label will re
turn with hia appointment rut the gen
eral mnunger of tho Atlantic A I'acitlu.
Tin; Citi.k.n would like to een the ru
mor coniirmixl, for Mr. Uabln is elnnrly
an Albuqunrque citizen and by lin up
poititmeul l'residenl Munvol would 1h
fulfilling his promum recently .mule to
(Jov. Stover Unit the general mnunger of
the road would be a citien of thn urn
Ural Kfctalr Nairn.
There is little change to report in thn
condition of the real oetato market- -alxjut
thn nme for thn past few moutliH.
While busiuoMi in quiet, the ilniiuind
Hhows conntnut signs of picking up, nnd
prices are quito llrm. Tho warm weather
has interfered with tlio market to a cer
tain extent, but still some real estate, in
valuable locations, Iiiih been purchased
by far-Hightml speculutorfi. TIichc pur
chaHes ore tunned outHidn Innda, ami the
prlcei, while not up to standard, nrn con
sidered very good. I ten I rntatn ileulers
nnticipnte great activity in the ronleelnto
market. Ibis fall and inter.
Mre. William Kuby called at Tin:
Crrr.izM ofllcn thin morning nnd (ienitsl
that she runs a place where men can se
cure liquors, in tho southern part of the
city. Therefore, when Luterio Unrein
went on his Sunday afternoon's tour of
bloodshed, in which snvurnl whom he
came in contact w ith, were cut, he stop
ped at the amall saloon of Vicente Se
dillo, near thn residence of Mrs. Ituby.
The correction ia gladly made.
D, K. Tripp, son-in-law of tlnnernl J.
A. Williamson, general land commis
sioner of the Atlantic A I'licidc; (leorgn
V. Umith and A. .1. Cooper, all of Chica
go, came in from FlngHtntT, lust night,
ncvnmpanied by I). M. Itiordan, of tlm
FlagstalT lumber company. Thn Chica
go visitors hnve been on a visit to the
Grand Canon of the Colorado. They nrn
also deeply interested In thn develop
ment of several valuable mines of An
Ila4 for Tattlr.
Frank Mcl'lierson, manager of the
Zunl Mountain Cattle km)I, located about
eighteen miles from Coolidge, on the
Atlantic A- Pacitlc, in in the city, being
introduced iiround nmoug our citir.ona
by Councilman Hunt. Mr. Mol'herson
reports his country exoeeaively dry, gross
short and in consequence cattle thin.
He a loo informed Tur. Citukm that gen
eral complaint among tho cat In owners
of the west is hoard on all sides.
"Five yearn ago I had a constant
cough, night Bwsats, wss greatly reduced
in flesh, and had leen given up by my
physiciaoa. I began to take Ayor's
Cherry Pectoral, and after using two bot
tles of Ihi medioine, was oompletely cur
od."-ADga A. Lewis. Richard, N. V. ,
Tlie Mlrlhda) Tarli or the l.lttle
Chlldrrn er II. W. Ilatla
NoHtordu) nftornooii, beglntiing nt 4
o'clock, tint doors of ( Irani' opt-rn limine
worn thrown optu, nnd m puhrd a
atnaui of happy little folks. 'limy were
culled togrtlmr by a previoun iilinoniu'e
ment thai MiiHter Ilelinin and MiM lien
rmtta DaiH, nnnftel by their Hiter,
Mow louirin, children of Mr. and Mia,
lien W. Davis, were going to celebrate
Jointly their birthdays nt tlm opera
hoiiKO. ntul that tlm, would be welcoimd
to participate in the co!tbratlun of the
event and t'i onj-ty to their hearts' con
tent the merry bourn
The party a uotnbln for the niimer
inin I ttle folknwlin iittt iiilt-.l, nnd they
wori jtmt nn lutppy an they i-outil lie in
their linn cent ntuuntuiienta mill ilit .
ulllt'h furciby I 111 pri-H-'ivl Hie older (Hit
pro-cut of their ('liililhiM)d il jeitrn
ago. There wna dimcing mnotig the
happy children, Mime of whom exhibited
I'HiMilereil per feel loll in the wnlten ami
other tlnncon. I'rofn Kotlnug ami Di
Mauro flirilinheil eti-elleiit muif.
Minion Mitliel Hteeim, Miilid Tallnil1,
I'lorelicn Scott, Katie anil Hiinin I'or
renter, Kutie ami Imimii Kirkpnlnek,
Mm. W. . Walton and Mm M. t'rtiw
wore in the mi Inl of the children anil
letltlt d to them worth UfHiMniuV in
their gaiiiiM mill pla)n.
'Ilm ronirter imle.l do.MI tlm follow
ing llitlien proetit w itli their i hlltlron
Mi n.lami'M V W. Pope, Wallace llenmd-
den, W. Wallcii. S I'. K.I-.0, II. P.
Hull, l.iriou Miller, W. S. Striekler, I
William Tulhd', Mary Scnlt, (ieoigi
I'tot. mitl llt-iir licldjurt. lli-hop
Ketitlrii'U ami wife ere nl ho pro'out ainl
oiijoyoil liitikuig on at tlm ga hearted
At li ii'eliN'k a mtv lunch wiih npro.nl
on neverul tahlen, ami all pur too li of ice
cream and cuke and the uniiul Halittln.
At one of the taliltx), over which watt
HUHpctidiHl an HlilliellM) laputleno fall, nut
the tiny otioit of the p.irl), nnd it win the
limnt llilorenlilig table of all.
M lifter llelitim wan oletoll yearn old
)en(enlii). ami Mi Henrietta will In
like on tlm 7th They worn Urn ncipleiilH
of mini) liuiiilMime pronetitH from their
Mm follow i Hi; in a lint of the little peo
ple who eiij'i)cd the birthday fttivitien.
Vinla Hall. I lob, Joe nnd Slurle) KiiIiiih,
Mini ami lluttio Khiiz, Alfa Front, llcrt
and Paul Main), Itiv Sianini, Will,
Cliurhe ami Ciru Pope, Pearl Muiimiii,
Tout Scott, r.dilh end Hotand Stevenn,
May McC iniiniin, I.izie and lletlle
Wide), Alhorl M lore, Henry Forrotttor,
(liulit l'l ami li7. Huglmn, May Kirk
Patrick, Nelnoii ami Dot Shannon, Sey
lumir Iowiunon, l'iiin and llerliert
1 1 rook-, F.uimett and Hurry IM'kliarl,
Fret) anil Willie Talbot, louu Albright
and brother, Wrciicltu and lyin ui Miller,
Stella and ( ienette Wnlioli, Murguretln
anil Mt-fH Uone, Krney llii)den, Montn
Hanloa, Juan Otero and unler, Luthlin
Sliver, KatherinStrii'Uler, Hob an i Annie
Menatil, I'anuie F.ule), Frank lumen.
I I'riini ll." Ditil). S.-.l .1.
II. D. llowhnr, of Chicago, unit C. W.
Townnend, of lyjuisillc, worn the latest
cullers at tho Commercial club roumn.
Thoman V. Koitmn, of Arizona, will be
nt thn territorial fair with a remnrknbly
film exhibit of Moqui Indian curiomlieu
Mr. 1'. Hartolone, who han a Hue con
aervntory in the Highlandt, Iiiih present
ed this olllcn with u number of rio llgn
groAii in hit) garden.
James H. Burton, the well known Ivon
mm City grip-nack traveler, cnuie down
from Ihn north last night, nnd nn uniiul
Htopietl nt tho Armijo.
Hon. A. Ij. Morrmon, register of the
Snuta Fe land nlltco, haa notilled Henry
Iocklinrl that his itiebn land content tins
Iweu decided in his favor.
Jutnoi A. Lung, look-keier for John
A. Ioo, and Wallace llinweldni, builder
nnd contrnclor.worc in Cerrilloa the llrut
pari of tlm week, on bunincuH.
j. Adler, n Kansns City commercinl
tourist, and CS. W. (Ira) win, a prominent
citizen of Oakland, Cal., cume in from
tho west hiHt night mid uro here to-day.
Col. J. W. Dwyer writes that Colfax
county will be at thu territorial fair
with a lino exhibit. A territorial fair
wilhou ol. Dwyer "in it" would be a
A. W. Jnime, Hecond vice preeideut of
the Albuquerque National bank, left this
morning for a few dn)n' rest untler the
shadoof tho puion trees of Hell canon.
Hin family nccompanird him to the
Col. J. H. Ilreed, the Winslow horse
raiser, has n car lond of trotters and run
ners at the depot. The homos will be
Blnbled nt the fair grounds and entered
in the rncee. Among the stock ia a
promising two-year-old trotter, tho prop
erty of Harry McCarty.
The boiler and water pump of tho Ti
jernn water company was taken out to
tha canon yesterday by W. L. Trimble A
Co. Work in progressing nicely under
the supervision of Engineer Simpson,
who, with a gang of workmen, is camped
at the mouth of the canon.
James L. Dennett and wife are young
pwiple registered nl the Armijo from
Huutu Itoen, Cal. They are looking over
the city, ossibly with a view of locat
ing, nnd with what they have already
soon are fuvornbly impressed. They will
doubtless remain here until after tbo
A. K. Mncombar, who was formerly
the Atluutia A Pucillo laud ngeut at
FlngHtalT, is now located at Bantu
Hons, Cal,, doaliug in timber lands. He
likes California pretty well, but there is
no doubt that he likes Flagstaff and its
climate much bolter. He is at the Ar
mijo. Art. McDonald, of Ht. Johns, Arizona,
in nt tho Armijo. Mr. McDonald, speak
ing on the subject of the weathe", Mated
that his section is terribly dry and that
cattle are suffering greatly, Cattlemen
are rouudiog up their stock, and chip
ping t better pastures ns Mpldly na xa
slble. Hn report n big crowd coming in
to the territorinl fair fnnt Hi. Johns ntul
I'. A. Ntwyor, of tlm llrm of l-ner A ;
Kjwyor, (Ir.llup, it in Ilm city, on hnj
way home front a nix week' UMl to'
emtorn citiee. lie wi I mingle with his j
Albuquerque frieiuln to dity ami cell-j
tlnun wentwnnl thin evening.
I'. W. Kinno). of I'liic.igo, mid It. .1 .
Shlpmitu, of St 1 Mmu , worn in the
city )t hterdiiy, nnd loiuriird hint mulit
with P V . Shiptiinn, n oiiug unto who
had Ihmiu ntopping at the Ariniju for the
pant few days ami who in eoiinnlereil
partly HiHuiie. II ,1 Shipinuti it a biotln-r
of the unfortuiotte.
Mm. li. A. Wuixlow, molher, and Mim
Ma tin M. in-low, mnler, of Dr. C. 1..
Wnmlow, nci'otiipanieil b) Mich Klsm
Itati'li. ariietl lai nik'ht from Aurora,
III. Minn Wtiinlow wan anir-tmit to
Prof llodgiti of the Aeinlemy hint year,
but with Minn Hatch will hocimiw leach
em in the Albuquerque public ichooln
The I'imemil) will be ro.td) ttr the'
p imterorn in a few dan, Mid William '
(' ullinlon, who wan fortunate to xectirt
the work, will liitve a fori of lmt-clunn
workmen roiuly by Momlii) nett. He;
will tlo a giKitl jot mi thi il.ii I )iirilnnf
plant- ru g in the I'ntkeinil). Mr (. nil I
lodotl bun jlint Ci lllplctixl the pliicteniii: '
of the rt'Mib'iict n of J II. Huclien uiiil ,
John W. Wallni . the Sulphur Spriugn
propriotor, 111 the Jclln". Iliiitililliltin, In
ill the oil), at the WtmlMir. Mr. Wnltou
JutiM that Ihe toiirmtH, nh'i liae In en '
ciillipeil during the niiuimcr at Inn nipu
Inr renoit, batliiug, llnlut g and liiiiitiiig, I
hnve retllll.nl to their respective lioinen,
anil I In npringH in therefo'e ilesertetl of '
viMtom. II- alno rcnirlH tlm Jemon ,
Hioiintan. country er) dry and greatly i
in neetl of rain j
Ills l-ninl llenl I
A personal mention of Hie arnvitl here
of D. K Tripp, A. J. (Viopor mil (icorgoi
V. Smith, of Cliii'iigo, wiot itinde in )en-'
tertlny'e CiTi.r.N. They came in front)
thn wnit, and it in learned that the)'
went out there to lonk over notue II.IKKi,
UM acren of Mohuve county land, winch
n n)tidteate of four gentlemen, including
Miiwrn Co 'per and Smith, han recently
purchased, tho niile being engineered to
a niiccennful coticlliHiou by Mr. Tripp, j
w ho in a h. in in law of (ien WilliiittiKun,
laud commihHiouer of Hie Atlnntic A Pa i
citlc riulronil. Thn land ciiuimencen at '
tlm U ilorudo river where tlm Atlantic A I
I'acillc croiines, follows up the river for a '
manlier of uitleN, and then goon cant,
taking in the luml Hiirrounlng tlm
lluuliipiii Indian nncrvati m, anil theiu'e
Houtlt to the beginning It oinbrui'tM, ro it i
in leariiisl.n tract of about !l,iKi,(:n,icren, I
mid it in llmt claxH laud, nilbject lo irn .
gallon. The gentlemen worn morn tl.au j
agreeably nurprinetl about their iurcliae
after lo iking over tho laud They arn
nxpootcd to return to the city in n few I
w eoka. 1
4oIiir lo Mrliool. I
Mrs. Ada M'trley Jarrott anil her j
charming daughter, Minn Agnen Morley, I
wurn In the city )tmtnrtlay. Minn Agnen
lirvH iHiett spending the Hiimttmr on thn
ranch in Socorro county, near Magdn
lenn, and in on her way to Philadelphia
to complete her education. Her father
was the chief civil engineer of the Atch
inon, Topexn A Santa l'V road, who lend
thn way through tlm Houlhwent into
Mexico yeniM ago, and who was acciden
tally shot nnd killed by one of his engi
neers while driving in Mexico. Mm.
Morley nfterwanla married Floyd Jar
rett, her present hnnbnnd. The daugh
ter is a bright, vivacious young lady,
winsome and pretty, and is n favorite
with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Hunt nnd Mina
Muggin Lee, with whom hIio enjoyed
Hovoral houra very plennantly yesterday
afternoon. HIio continued on eant loht
K.I I'ano llamrn
D. (I. Tipton nutl wife have placed
thelrnameH on the Armijo register, hail
ing from HI Paso. The gentleman states
thut Menem. Fenchler, Kckert ami Aus
tin will have several tlrst-clnss trotters
nud runners at the territorial fair, the
stock probably arriving hern Monday
night next. Mr. Tiplon was at the fair
last year, and it will be remembered
drove a homo around thn trnck several
times Ixsforo he came to n standstill from
sheer exhaustion or was stopped in his
tligbt. F.li, Klmont and Wilka will be
among the horse, to arrive, and shrewd
Jimmy McCorriston nnd J. J. Phelsn
had the gentleman in ohargn this morn
ing, endeavoring toget outof him ull Iho
pointers poesibln about tho line quulities
of tho horses.
Will Ueajla MurveliiK.
lieorge It. Ilrown, in charge of tho en
gineer corps of the Itio (Jriudo Irriga
tion nnd Cnloniration company, who has
been nt Silver City on a visit to his fam
ily, nnd whero he linJ several confer
enoea with Col. Hmith, returned to the
oily last night. This afternoon he will,
with his corps of engineers, run a prelim
inary line for the company, going south
as far as Carthago in Socorro county,
from a point on the mesa east of the
city. The object of these preliminary
surveys is to ascertain how much of the
mesa lands can be put under cultivation
from thn canal. Mr. Drown states that
the company desires to secure nil esti
mates on the canal line and also on the
dams before announcing positively to
the public what time regular construc
tion work will commence.
On Ilia Way to K4tt,
II. D, Dowker, n prominent gentleman
of Chicago, is in the city, registered at
thn Ran Felie, Mr. Dowker has two
sons in businrsa at Kddy, and he is en
route to pay thenl a visit. The gentle
man is interested in the subject of bet
ter railroad facilities in New Mexico,
and would like to see the Pecos valley
road pushed on to tbe metropolis from
Roswoll. He thinks that this road will
Ins the tint now line to reach Albuquer
que, and believed that It will be extended
horo in the next twelve months,
A gray beard on a man under 00 makes
him look older than he Is. The beat dye
to color brown or black Is Buckingham's
Dye for tha whisker. ,
noiit HHUI'MHT IN,
The Vlrllmn rilte Powder lUpliinlun
nn tltr Atlanllr A I'nrlltr.
Tlm dead Itodten of K. W. While and
Augustus llrckiimn, tlm two unforliiiiito
men who wore on lop of n rar loaded
with black xi,ttler when II exploded
near Wlnnl tw, Tuesday nflernoou, were
brought In on hint night's No. 'J pnnneu
ger train from the west, nnd are nt the
undertaking rooms of O. W. Strong,
Considering thn fact that it was n fer
ritin powder explosion, the bodies nro in
fnlr condition, although badly burned
nil over White, the brukritiiiu, has one
rib broken on the left side, while Heck
man's collar bono on tlm right side fa
broken. Thn men's clothing nntnrslly
caught Urn and from tins s tiirce their
Unites worn pretty badly ningeii.
The train was not No It-'l ns tlrst re
Hirt d horn and going went, hut was No.
Ill touting east, and the accident occur
ed Itlnitit neveutien Utiles west of Wins
low. The men, although nilling on top
of the err at tlm time of the ei plosion,
were not blown into nittnll plecen ns wiih
luuiored, but thn I Kid net nrn intact nud
are nubjoi t to proper embalming, which
tliev ill rt eeivo.
Mr. W bile Inn! I een III the employ of
Mm All intic A Pucillo on the Anoiin ill
vim Mi for nlniiil nine iti'iuthn, mining
hero f ii tjoadville, where hn was a
mniiiM't of llrotlierlniod of Hallway Con
tluctom, No. ill, bu. hin! Inn curd trans
ferrttl a fe wtn'kn ago lo the Winslow
lodge No .. Hin bctly will Ixt ahlpped
In Denver, whore reside bin wife nud two
cliildien. F.. Trtbou, nn extra coiiiluc
tor, i'i.iiio in with Urn remainH nnd w ill
u "hi) in.) lliem lo Deliver.
Mr. Dei k 1 1 it in wiinou hu nay from Ban
lleriimdino, Cal., to HIiiiwo(mI, Kunsne,
with u lot of houeehoUl effects, Heversl
bornen anil cown. Telogrntiis have been
wilt to Im it 1 1 places in the Impe
of iluiling some of his people,
but no answer han been yet received.
Hin bidy will alno be oinbulmetl, but
'iiil reiirun nt the uudertnknr'ri until
niine aunwer in reivivetl f rom his folks.
Siiperieloniloiit Smith, Trainmaster
Kohint and Conductor McOowan, of the
Atlantic .V- Puclllc, eeloctod nice coflluH
for the li'itlirH Huh morning.
I Kiiini tl... Dull;, B.l 4. I
Mihh Victoriii Joimn, of L'ernllos, who
hiK laftt viHiling MrH. Joyce Hoard, of
thin city, ban returned homo.
Lima. J. W. Watoiii, of tlm I'nited
Slutoi ariiiy, i lit nole. I Hcout, nolt duty
on a leiivo of ubience, nnd in ut the Hun
Mtin Mary Stuipn.)n will tench the
rclnnil in Precinct No. o, Hiirolan. She
is tlm iluiighter of Pedro A. Simpson, of
thiii city, iiiul m well qualilled.
Mm. Kulph llulloran and children nro
title to ri-turu from their summer vaca
tion in New Vork. Mr. llulloran is now
nt Union, where ho will meet his wife
Tho people of lhuelsB, south of thin
city, want u poalotllco. Donactnno
ClwtvcH m circulating a petition. If the
olllcn in tett'ihlWhod it will be supplied
from this city once a week.
Mien Tilliit Flournoy and the little
daughter of M. W. Floum iy, got home
Inst night from noutliern California. Mr.
Flournoy nud wife will remiiin n few
dnya longer in thu gnrdeti state.
Marion McCullough, formerly a mem
bor of AIbuiUorqii'sHportiug frnlernity,
but for the past two yearn down in Tex
ns, arrived from Fort Worth last night,
and will remain during the fnlr.
J, II. II rood, who has shipped n car
load of line trotting and running horses
here to take part in the races nt thn fair,
arrived from Winnloor Inat night, snd is
nroutid among local horsemen to-dsy.
Miss Clara Dougnn, of Fairbury, Neb.,
is in the city, ready fur primary work in
the Second ward of our public schools.
Mns Dougan is nn excellent teacher, and
has had considerable experience in west
potition is in circulation among the
residents eoutb of the city, ntking that
they be added to the incorporation,
The petition meets with no opposition,
and it will be preeenttxl to tho council nt
the next meeting.
Itev. D. 1'. - own, the new pastor of
tho Highland Methodist church south,
culled at Thk Citizcn office this after
noon, being introduced by H. C O'ltear.
The gentleman comes highly recom
mended as a conscientious minister of
A, Dratinn has returned from a pros
pecting trip in the Han Mateo mountains,
lie was told that a valuable gold mine
was to be found in those hills, and ho
niado a diligent and unsuccessful search.
He waa lost in tbo mountains for tbroo
days without anything to eat.
George Bides, who attended tho Harri
son Sloan wedding at Las Vegas, In foot
waa one of the handsome groomsmen,
returned h'jme laat night. Mr. Sides re
ports the wedding tho most brilliant nf
fair of tho kind ho has attended in many
John W. Price, the Chilli! saw-miller,
is in tho city, and states Hint the other
day bis engineer, Levi Clay pool, n uephew
of Dr. C. F. Wilkiof, killed two large
buok deer about a quarter uf a mile from
the mill with ono shot from a Winches
The bondsmen of. Ed. S. Duckrer,
colored, withdrew thVir names yester
day, und late in tho afternoon Deputy
Sheriff Hubbell put Kd. behind the bars
of the county jail. Huckster waa indict
ed some timo ago for grand larceny, tbe
alleged offense being committed about
three years ago.
Prof. O. M. Marron, late of tho govern
ment Indian school, Banto Fe, but who
lias been book to Port Henry, N. Y on
a visit, la at the Armijo, with hla brother,
Dr. J. 0. Marron, also of Port Ilanry.
Dolh gentlemen will probably locate per
manently in thia city, where tbe pro
fesHor Is well known.
Col. . W. Katon, a well known Socor
ro county micar, ia in tha oily on busi
ness. Ho states that Hie collection nf
thn orttexhlbit of bis oonnly for the fnlr
la being pushed with considerable vigor
by J .1 Ii-vfou, who Intends to hnve n
mngnillceiit d spiny nf nilitornls in time
for Hie iqieiiing of the fnlr.
II. II. Forgunwiit, wife anil babies, no
compuiiiod by Miss Inn and Arito Hu
lling, children of Franc lluning, who
have bet it enjoying tropicnl California
for thn pant few weeks, were pskneng-m
homo on Inst night'n Atlantic A Pnclllc
Irn'ti from the roust. Mr. Ferguasun
t-tutm that Urn visit wits much enjoyed
by bin part) .
A S. Tiukn, thn thoroughbred rncer
of Mnnnrn Zoigor A ( leach, w hlln exer
cming on tlm track this morning, throw
Inn ruler nutl ran mound thn trnck at u
runawii) gait eighteen linien without
slopp'fliJl. Tim dorm wan thoroughly
frightened nud covered nine itiilon. Tho
gentlemen arn ntimly having hunt luck
with thoir homes.
This morning Marshal M anion came
into possession of ii spurious h Ivor dol
lar, of Hie coinage of 1HH.'1. This mnkon
thirty Ixigtin rtilvcr d. ilium hu has collect
etl ns follows: Oimnf 1K8-'1, (wo of 1881,
and twenty seven of I KM. Thn coins
are being tiinnufaotured by it confed
rate of the party, who is now in jail
awaiting trial for piiswing counterfeit
A telegram was received thin morning
from Hun Pedro, via Corrillon, by Dr. A.
A. AlllMin, informing him that M. II.
Ilowmnti nan worse nod it wsh thought
inn dying condition. The genllemnn is
suffering with typhoid fever. Thn doctor,
nc;ompnuted by his wife and molher,
Mrs. M. J. AIIihou, left on the receipt of
the telegrum forSnn Pedro. Ho will not
return until to-morrow evening.
Constable Lupe, expocte in n short
timo lo bu dunned nmoug thn bonnuzn
mine kings of thn southwest. This
morning he received u sample of the oro
taken f rom his Hob Tnil mine, near Chi!
ili, which shows up well in silver and
galena, The riuiulia uiotintnius tire com
ing to the front in development of its
mines, und It in predicted that Mime dis
covery will be mnde thut will etnrtle the
minora nnd prospectors of the poutli
In Tin. C'iti7i:.n h nrticlo of yesterduy
about thn Davis birthday party, thn fol
lowing umnt'Hof little folks present wero
inadvertently omitted : Irene, IOUino
nnd F.thel Hnint, Norn Werner, Frnnk,
Nulhe, Hoy nnd Itny Strong, Mnbul Ken
nedy, Wallace nnd Willie Heisoldou,
Arthur nnd Isabel Spencer, nlso lite fol
lowing Indies: Mrs. O. L. Drooks, Mrs.
John McMillan, Mrs, K. W. Spencer,
Mrs. J. E. Suint, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Itev.
Forrester und Histor, Mrs. Wilson, of
Lnuterio Ilitreln, who hnd constdernble
fun with his. knife Inst Sunday nfter
noon, is tlndiug out to his sorrow thut it
costs something to cut nnd nainult peo
ple Ho wan up before Juslico Whiting,
of old town, nfter Justico Dcntium had
(rotten through '.villi him, nnd the former
lined him f'-.l and costs for assaulting
Mrs. Vicnutn Bedillo. Laulenu will like
ly remember his npreo for rouny niontlm
to come, and will not again look upon
the wine when it is red to any consider
The"C. C. Hall Never Sweat" running
ten m held an enthusiastic meeting laat
night at the Hooks. Carl Knnis was
mnde chairman of the meeting, and Bam
Sterne officiated aa secretary. It waa
unanimously agreed to abstain, from
now uutil after tho race, tho use of all
kinds of stimulunts, including coffee and
tea, nnd to retire every night not Inter
than 10 o'clock. Sam Mclaughlin nnd
Hum Sterne were selected nozzlemen,
while W. (5 McCormick and the secre
tary of the Athletic club wero chosen to
pull the hose. The other positions will
bo arranged later on. 'I he "Never
Sweats" have entered the competition to
win, nnd they have friends in the city
who are willing to bet a few dollars that
they get u place winning second or
third money, it they full to get llrat
Munir DurlBK fair.
Prof. C. Meyrellos, bandmaster of tbe
Second Cavalry band, engaged to play at
the territorial fuir, tins a vory interest
ing history. He come of a family of
musicians bin father being a band
master in the Portuguese nrrny for sev
eral years. He emigrated with bis family
to this country in 1870. Prior to com
ing hore, Prof. Meyrolloe was leader of
tbe band in tbeUryatal Palace of Oporto,
Spain, for live years. Ho waa n member
of the famous (Jilmoro band of Doston
and when Oilntore moved to New York
to take charge of the Twenty-Second
regiment band, Prof. Meyrellos went
along and remalnod with him until 1880,
wllen he waa appointed chief musician
of the Second I'nited Stated Cavalry.
Ueaidee being a musician of note, he
la famous for hla compositions nnd ar
rangement of military music.
While the Second regiment was in tbe
northwest bo played for three years at
the Mechanics' fnlr end each year re
ceived a premium and n handsome pres
ent in recognition of hia services.
Hia band ia composed of twenty mem
bera and will play every afiernoou of
fair, and with tho concerts at the opera
honse, Armory, music of the parade and
the opeu air concerted! front of tho San
Felipe hotel, the visitors will be royally
After Our Bends.
City Clerk Hopkins has received sev
eral letters from eastern bankera and In
vestment companies asking for informa
tion in regard to the school bonds, de
siring to know how long they run and
under what not of tbe legislature they
wero voted. Home of tbe writers are
anxious to learn, in connection with tbe
bauds, all about New Mexico, the city of
Albuquerque and tbe eoplo in general.
It demonstrates what Tin: Citizen haa
heretofore aaid that Albuquorque la bet
tor known among the money men of tbe
east than any other town in tbe south
west, and that her bonds aru being
eagerly Bought after.
A lU'.AIiTH at SHORT,
Alliiiiitierte he I'lnee (er (.'omssjm
Dr. Hubert?, thn special commissioner,
of the AtiieriUNii Health Heeort asencis
Holt of ( 1 1 tt'ii go, waa taken out by
committee of citizens yesterday, uin
spent tlm dny on the mesa and in Coyote
canon, lie win interviewed by n rspm
nentiitivn of TilR Citi.k.i upon his re.
turn, nnd oxprrnned himoolf in the high.
est terms regarding the advnntages of
this locality ns a health resort.
It teems to be, ns near aa Thk CiTizr.i
can nsoerlmn, the intention uf the nvso
cintiou to llnd three places, to which
they may send three different classes of
patients, Sunlit Fe linn I icon selected,
or agreed upon, ns thn mitit to which
rheumntii' pntients shall Ihi sent, F.I
Piiho or Las duces ia to be tho point for
nervous dlfOHsen, nnd Abuquerque hai
been unanimously agreed Uon aa the
place for consumptlvee, or tlmeo throat-
cued with that disease.
Hut thn association exieota lis to do
something nt this end uf Ihn line in the
way of securing Inndn, etc., upon which
buildings enn lie put up fur the aocom
modiitinu of thn invalids who may bo
sent hero by tho association, nnd Tnr.
CiTizi-.N believes there should bo n meet
ing of citi.ous cnllod for the purnee of
considering the mall or. It is something
the city cannot afford lo neglect. To be
advertised ull over the world ns ihn best
place on tho continent for consumptives
would be worlh morn to us than It would
Im possible at present to estimate, and
since thn association ia disposed to den-
Ignntn our town ns that point, we should
not permit the movement to stop for
want it effort on our part.
Lust night the Comineicial olub held
a meeting nud tnlkrd over the matter.
IS. U Drooks, who wnn chosen chairman
in thu absence of both tbe president ard
vico president, nppoiuted a committee of
thn following gentlemen lo tnke charge
of the mutter: J. M. Whoelock, John A.
lien. C E. Crnry, W. P. Metoalt and D.
Dr, ltobcrtn left for Santa Fo last
Ilanr Hall Tournament.
The mnunger of thu huso bull tournu.
ment nt tlm territorial fair would like U
have tho clubs, desiring to compete, send
in their tinmen no that they can bo en
tered not lator than Thu red ay, Sept. 10.
After that date nu club will bo consid
ered in the tournament. Tho Marooni
of this city; thu Fort Whipple. Arizona,
club, and thu Snuta Fe toaui are already
entered. Letters have been sent to Ed
dy and Pinou Altos asking whether they
intend to enter. The wiuners of the
tournament will receive $.'100.
V. T. MuCreight, manager of tho Ma
roons, this morning received the follow
ing letter from John J. Cullen, formerly
of Las Vegas, now of Itatou, which read
IUtom, N. M.. Aug. :n .
W. T. McCreight, Monngor of the
I wrote you n few duys sgo asking to
be ndmitted to the fair tournament to
piny ball. I shall furnish n team that
will be able to cope with any that shall
participate at the tournament, and on
that Albuquerque will not be ashamed
of. Let me know how you have made tp
the series end sscure us a place. We
shall be known ns tbo Union base ball
club. Let mo hour from you immediate
ly and don't keep mo in suspense. Ws
have some strong material here and mark
me, your tenm the oelobrnted Marooni
will hnve to look to your laurels.
Don't let the interest in tbe noble gams
dio out. Doom her, Mauk, and 1st mo
Kuuw whnt inducements you can offer;
niso let me Know wbat teams have ea-
tered, tours truly,
Jour J. Ccu.ix
With Haton entered, four club art
now on tho but tu compete fur the hand
some prize of MOO. If no other club
come into the tournament, four names
will be put into a hat and two at a time
drawn out by n disinterested jmrly.
Those two clubs will play one afternoon,
and the remaiuing two the nexl after
noon. The victors will then play off fur
llio purse. The tournament will be con
ducted fairly and squarely, in the in
terest or no ono ciuu.
C. E. Vnn Horn, manager for .amlocli,
undoubtedly the greatest magician to
day on tho Amor lean continent, register
ed ut the Armijo laat night, coming in
from Gallup. Mr. Zamloch will be brt
Monday and Tuesday evenings during
fair week. Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday evenings of next week tho great
magician will nppoar at Socorro. Her
ia what the Itocky Mountain News,Doo-
vor, has to any nbout Mr. Zamloch:
"It is pleusing to watch tbe counte
nances of tho many visitors to Zamloch
soiree at the opera house. Those who
go who 'know it all,' those who 'have aeea
everything, heard every thing, triedevery
thing, done everything, know everything,'
actually rise from their seats in wouder,
and at the oloee of the magician's feat
involuntarily exclaim, 'Well, I declarer
'inat ueata mor
Tbe governor has made the following
To be renent of tbe agricultural col-
lego and experiment stallou of Ns
Mexico Jayno A. Whit more, of Saa
Director of Now Mexico insane asy
lum Elieba V. Long, of Las Vegas.
xrustee ot the .New Mexico sobool cl
mines-lima. Harwood, of Socorro.
Kegnnt of the univeraity of New Mexi
co r rank w. Clancy, of Santa Fo.
Eaoh of the above named appointee-
serve for tho full term of the years.
A t'srs for raralyaln.
Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Tef i ,
ayn: "I induced Mr. Pinion, wbo
who unit paralysis in lite reoo, to buy
buttle of Chsmberlln's Pain Halm. To
their great surprise before the bottle hJ
all been used slie waa"t great deal betUr,
Her face had been drawn lo onaslde; but
the Pain Daliu relieved all pain and sort-
noes, ami me mouin assumed its natum
abapo." It is also a certain cure for rheu
matism, lame baok, sprains, swelling
and lameness. M cent bottles for sal bj
in os, li. II urges A Son, Druggist.
Tha onlv radical ours fnr rhmimntilB
I to eliminate from the blood the adi
that causes the disease. This la thor
oughly effected by tbe persevering ut
a, . a . ... !
w. awi mhimiWIIIIi aV 0 1 9-I
oured. Tho process mar be alow, b-
fir A VAfal Ms. mh etaiB.il In IUhLI until