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Albuquerque; new Mexico, Saturday, octobek 10, lmn.
THE CITY BOARD.
A Hiir Lot of Husint'HH Transact
fd Uni Xljrht.
Luge Amount of Mill Allnwnl-.cw
M II. HA II IN WAN VA tlO.uo
The hoard of aldermen met last tniiiit
In rogulnr nimm, Acting Mayor Malny
in lh chair.
Present Aldermen Ariuijo, Itowttmn,
l iirr. llti.it, hunter, Mnlny mill Miller
Aheent ,Mn)of Swnl mid Aldermen
The minutes of tli nvul.tr and ait
joiirued meetings cfv road and iiirov
w H. Childern in UOinir of Alitor!
Oruuafeld naked mi extension of nimi)
dn)n time in bunding lli. cement hi.I..
wnlk on tin- ( Itild avenue khIi. of hia pro
On u otion of A'ilniiuu llunl, nocoml
p.I by Alderman Knator, tlut Mr. (irurm-
Mil Im grunted timet) iln)a frnm the
tiiuit the hint initio- wan nerved upon
linn, provided In. e-itor intu n contract
with tlii ril) to complete the sidewalk
in the ecitled t iiiii. otherwise tho io.
tlco tilten Intu ri'iuiiin in effect
A number of new lull wore read mid
referred tn the Huaiico cnmuuttc...
The following tit 1 tn were approved b)
he finance commute, mul a nrruiitn tir
dered drawn fur the umoiinla:
Ignncin Cervniito. .. . . III ;
hd 1 ooper .i til
Uavi.i H. Cooney H mi
Peter I-horwo.nl Ill.'i .'ill
Jaino-i Fly on (HI
Ohaa Mimton 1 1 mi
lUdway Jc Hermann W no
B. l. Hooth in m
David Denhnui til cm
T. A. Giirulo i7.- 'J.
Spitz llroa m 7o
Donald Mi'Kiio S'l mi
WiUlMin Hen lumliott 'Jl 0
K. (I rem 'Jll T.'
S. It Hammer ) mi
Jnuici SiiiiM..n o ,-, i
B. J. Post A- Co I 7.1
.1. C. tlnldridgo 4 mi
Bd. Mwilltr Hit III
L. II. Putney 7.ri
Albuquerque (j.iit Co 7 mi
M. C. Zirhut 4 mi
A. W Clel'iml. .lr ' mi
Water Supply Co 'J,7I', 'Si
Th . Hughes ' 7.'
II F. Davis 7 mi
Water Supply Co fi 'JO
William Hnvel 7 t
H. I Km 4 mi
Willi Hpiegelberg M
Jo Onrcia fin
T. J. Shintck 3 fto
J. a Holdrldge i!T 'JO
Klectrie Lignt Co 1HH (HI
Schick & Strong Ill mi
K. J Pinit .t Co 4 10
W. L. Tnnihlt A Co IW mi
8. B. Vt llro Ml 70
Tho rollowintf 1'omiiiunici.tuiti from A
A. liobllllMIM, H4MH1IKI VL' prwiilfiit h ml
ireoaral mai.nr.r of tli Atcliii-on, TohUii
it Hunta Kit rond, whh riud nml rffurnnl
10 I liu itreMt oouimittro.
ALiitgL'.i:gi'r., Oat. II.
To tlin HoiioniIiIm Mi.) or mal lloitril of
Aldorititui of ill City of Alliuiutr(iir:
llKiitlfincii- Vou urn In-n-lpy notillf.l
to conntrui'1 tlif riaduct provulivl for
ad Hjfnt'tl upon in iirilinuiu'o No U'J of
tbotiiMii of Alliuiuonue, which wont
into effort Novrinlwr 'X, 1HW, iiuroiw the
rmiroiid trnrku nt th point of Uu extrti
ion of CohI i.rrotlr
1'liM pay roll an followH whh iillowitl'
11 W. Hopkinr., clerk f M :l
A. C linwrt. tiiMHUrer ' ill
B. W D.iu.on, mUiriiny U) mi
W. O H-uor, MiiKincflr !'" 00
CIlMH MllHiDII, (iii.rolutl 100 IKI
Fruuk V.ni Iuvrn, illcriiiBii .. 7.1 00
Juuti Chiivi'a y Pino, " 7."i ml
A. II. IVIlly. poliLt-miin 7.' mi
IVter iNhfrwiHKl, juiler 00
CIihh lioHlon, '.riiii.Mtrr 00 ml
Wi limn ICuvi'l, junitor 'J I mi
C. N, Tylrr, extra ilicriniiii tlur-
inu ftir U) 00
Th,w.()'I) in,ilil, HJiuii tit) (m
Chun Wnllhi'rx, " '31 mi
ll II. l'on'rwm, " 00
Tim petition of L A. 'lVwner, MktnK
Iermliiion tu build it uno ntory brick
building on Ituilroad hvhuuu wurfnrrp(l
lo tlm Urn coniuiittHt.
'I'lir citlrctiBof Firm nml Fourth wiinls
petition llir council to plucn ho rlrctnu
liKlit nt tlin cornor of .Stooiul Htrrrt and
Itoiuu hvhi.uk. Il wiib nOorriHl to t lit'
A ftitiou from the citizetitt naidn u
on Itoiuu uvrntu, nHkiiiK tin ftftiinti of
water nmii b iiIiii.k wnt of tlmt nvonue,
from Hixih to B'ttuth trolt wm ro
furred to the utrort cammittt-o,
A petition from citixuno rraidlnk' in
north HiKhUndu, mklnir a tidewitlk on
the north ldn of Tiirna from th rail
roiol truck euat to Arno trti, kIho thu
grudinu of llrotdwuy from IUilrud nvu
dua uurth to Carroll nvenue, wm rwtd
ud referred to tho street oommlttee.
A petition from oitlrenn on north Fifth
Utet, uikinjr for the eztenilun of the
ter tuaiui alootr. laid itreet from Ti
jeraa road uortb to Ilonia avenue, waa
read and referred to the tire committee.
The property owners on the weal aide
of Fifth utiOKl also ask (or a sidewalk
'torn Tijeras road to Marquelto avenue.
It was read end referred to the street
A petition from cilito'os on Fifth street
uking for a sidewalk on the weat aide of
!d atreet, between Marquetle and Roma
vrnua, waa reatl and referred to thu
A petition from W. U. Guilder, oakinir
Mill his retidenoe be connected with the
er, was read and referred to the sower
Probata Clerk Hams notified the coon
dl that a plat of the Eastern addition to
tw town wts on ills In bu offlos.
W. Ii. Trimble A Co. iiak thirty days
more in which to Mmplnh the K"idintf
of Tijorni otre't. (Irntitrd.
A ('oniniuniciitiiiii from Willinm Kutm
t'(l, roiii uilirn,' irwrr riiKiriri'r, reiutt
li ;r the rotii.uil for the pnytnent of bo
twwn ?VX) anil 7m) dun him, wiim rend,
but no nction tnkrn.
Tho I'lnrk'e mid iiiiirshnrri npnrtH
were read and lllfl
Thi' n.irt of tlnu'lty utik'inti'r, rt'ird
llitf the fwir, whh read and lilr.l.
The polico comtnitti'c, lnvrntlntinif
the t'linrKt auaiimt Folii'etnan Vnn Iu.
van, rrirtMl that iho i luirnrti wero nnt
The Hihi'n 1'oiiinntti'n Kiilmiitlt'il tin'
fnllolinf report, winch an laid oter un-
HI foil regular tnii'lini;
T.i the lliH.oriiblo Mft)urittnl City Couu-
We, the uudettiiftKxl iMlim commit
''. lHf loave to ni'ort on tlm uiutter re-
lerml to un loiirrriiiiu' the miliiritu and
tif of vil) oIIIcimIh, mh follow i.
We linil that thu coxt to the city fur
Inter, team mid whl'oii ix'r month, with
olil colli. tniK the H.-iir and tear In tea'li
and w ii lo belllLIu; We are con
viiinil that it would lx rloiiiwr to lure
u teatii, wiik'oli ami driver for n periinl of
tune. If Hun were tu cont the city 'I ml
perilu, it would I. alxiut 7?.mi per
inoiitli, or anitinif to the city of oter
We lli.T. fore re4'oiiiiueud that the city
ci"l their team mul wacou ami iliNiieiimi
with tho Herticeti of the driter and con
tract w ith Ndine one for the uho of tenui
mid witk'on with driver to bo furnished,
for a ilrtlnit.. periiKl of time
Wo recoiiiiueiid thai tho Hillary of tho
I'll liwif Html, or cluer of kiIIlv, be lixed
at the nuiu of Jl'iVOU per month, a d
tllHl ho receive no foe, all feoi hereto
fore allowed linn and hereafter collected,
io ih. pain inio tin. nt) treasury.
Wo roi'oiiiiiieiid that tho tKilicemen bo
allowod chcIi 7f.mi per month nn.l no
In regard to KalarieH of other ollicial
)onr cotiiuiitloo ih not reudv to reiMirl
and would reN.ctfully nk further tune.
I'miiwio Aiimijo, ChnirmaM.
Wii.i.i vm Ftiiu.
I- HIII.N Mlt.l.f.ll.
Tho tiro coiiilinl ttre reported rnlverwdy
upon tho tM'titlotiM of W F Tntlo for a
Hlreet aik'li and thai of W. F. IHoOnoo for
lie erection of a rorriikMitml iron Hhod In
tho roar of hm hiiIikiii, and nloo naked
that tho m tiii'Jti of C. I). Murphy for the
binldii k of an adotie Iioiimo ineide tho
llro IliuitH lw referred to tlin city llttor
ney for Ii ih advice.
OrdmaiiceH No j:w and l.'lll, crcntuitf
lheoflii'H of Htreet coiumiKMiotier and
sowor iriHjve'tor, wore referred lo the
H'reet com not I . for tho purpose of con
olnlatiiik' tho two oiihnuiiceH, maktuu
tho ollici'r. of Btrwl roinuiiMiioner anil
ewer uiHpivMer one.
On motion of Aldaiuan Hunt, woo ml
od by Alderuiiiu Farr, that tho matter
of reutitik' a corral for tho utui of the city
lo referred to iho nrooer coninnttee.
The tiui)or referred the huiik to tho
I lie mutter of pa)iiik'B A Morao the
urn of fillTfton iriler of Mr. Kieretml,
wiik laid oter without nction.
(ieoryo W. JohnHton.lHwtor, protmutod
a claim of tltyuM in favor of M. II. Hu-
lun, who roi'eutiy ran into a lot of newer
pipo and injiiiivl Iiih I.'k'. Mr. .loliiifton
li pitHieiitisI a clmm of Dr. A. A. A) It
mhi, for treating a cil) put lent.
oin inmiii men lliii(iri)'(l.
llrl.lnBT the Trrrllor) .
In reply to a letter from IVeaulent
C. ll.ill of the fair anaocialiou thank
tik' tho Santa Fe railwuy comi any, W.
White, pfisfcnitor and trafllu iiuitia-
iter at Chicntro, wriloM aa follows:
What wo did in thu matter, we did.
lici'iiilKi i' thought it due to the ppo
ilo of Now Mexico. At the name tune It
in ymtif) mi; to know that our action
helpod to make a huccchh of their iltidor
lakillti Wu lielleve that k'0hennk'H of
iIiih character have a uihkI elfoot In tho
direction of doing away with or hartuon
I7.UIK local difference that may naturally
exiat, and etnliliiihliiK a condition of
think' under which tho piviplo of tho
torntor) naturally work aa a hnlofor
the uenoral kimhI, nml wo hnpo to eee
the tHMiple of New Mexico continue their
work in tins direction, nud )iuh fro her
iMipulntmn and buhineoa materially in
croaxM in tho near future.
"Ilie work of the land court, which I
understand ia to ho commenced next
mouth, is already being looked forward
lo by a largo number of people with
more than ordinary Interest, and a large
immigration will surely How inloynur
territory aa the queMion of titles Im-
comes more and more nettled. Wo shall
eudwivor to do our part of wlvalever
there ia to be done In thia direction, nnd
butweaak the earnest and hearty co
oHratlon of the ptwiplo of the territory,
Hint the greatest mutual Denollt tuny le
In behalf of our management. I
again thank you for your kind letter."
The diacipllno at the territorial priann
very strict now-n days. The several
employee are kept dowti to a strict per
formance of duty nnd Infractions of disci
pline or disobedience, of orders nre ho-
vorely punished and if of suflloiont grar-
ty with Instant dismissnl. homo two
week.aoth.omcer. of the inalitutloii j
discovered that a plot whh hutching
among some of the prisoners fur another
attempt nt escape. Col, Ilergman, tlin
asalatant auairintondent, took charge of
the matter and for a couple of woka
kept a sharp watch on the susMX'trd
ones, iho particulars or I he plot nre
now in poscssinn of Col, Chaves and Col.
Horgraan aud this chance for a break
has gone glimmering.-New Mexican.
When you need a good, safe laxative,
ask jour druggist for a box of Ayer's
Fills, nnd you will find that they give
perfect satisfaction. For indigestion,
torpid lirer and sick headache I here is
nothing superior. Lending physicians
recommsad tbtm. 1
STATUE TO CRANT.
I'liinijro Doom Honor to the Hero
of the Wur.
KIoiiir lit Adilri'M hy Jtnlifc (i rex ha in
on tho OrcuHion.
ItHVIKW OK llltASI ri l AIIHHU.
Chicago, Oct. 7 The grent metrnpo
lla of the went auNpouda ad the buallo
and actitity .f itn bumneea to day to do
honor to Iho memory of the illualnoua
citizen Mildicr and NtuteHiiiau who, next
to the immortal father of 1 1 tu country, in
enshrined in tho hearts and memiiriea of
tho people, not only of thos United
Htatoe, but of Iovith of freedom and III)
ort) tho wide world over. With tho
lilaro of the cmilion, the pnlrlotic uiueic,
of n hundred bands, tho enttiUNtnutic ac
claim of n hiii. died thousand thriMta, in
th pnt-onco of tho In tiored and vrnet
ablo relict of tho dead, of tho sou this
Miinugst all litMchlldreli ho loved so well,
of constiiutiounl adviors of tho present
chief executive of tho land, of repreren
Hitiice of every religious donomiuatiuii
of men wIhmhi heroic d.ooda upon tho
Held of biittle have graven their namoa
uN)n the pago of history, of veternna
who unco wore the gray ncd mot in the
bloody contlictH the forcea of him to
wIioho memory they di'd honor to-da), of
men ilmtinguiaheil in trade and com
merce, in ecienco and art, tn liternluro
and philosophy, of letia of thotiHiiudH of
little school children who hate been
taught to honor and venerate lna name,
tho magnificent statue erected by Iho
cilirona of Chicago to tho immortal
memory of I'Ijhuch .Simpson (irnut, arti
xau, 1'itir.en soldier, geiietul, nommander
in chief of tho a rm urn of tho United
.Statt'H, and iwico elected to the highcM
ollico in tho gift of the people tu Iiih na
tito land, whh formiilly unveiled thin
('hiCHgo in on fete in honor of the day
anil tho otont. The public holiday had
Ujn deuretnl by the city authorities, nnd
the public department'), the schools, hh
well aa tho gnvertuut'tit buihliugH are
closed, while bOHiuceH of all kind ia gen
orally Nuawuded, The decorations es
pecially in tho center of the cit) are
elaborate nnd tasteful. Tho influx of
viHitom from abroad exceril tho wild
eat expectations of tho railroad people.
1 1 comtnenctsl )ealerda) tnurnintr, cut,
tiuued far into the night, while frum nu
early hour to-day un almost oontinuotiH
procr Dion eo4me to pour out of the
live cent nil uepois, iinlil me streets in
tho center of the city were fur blocks
at n alrotcli Ittllo Inttter tliau n
awn)ing m n km of edef triane. (Jood na
lure nnd good order were, however, pro
eerxsl, and up to a Into hour no acci
ciden a hail Ih-cii reportel. An morn
ing wore on Lincoln park became the
Mecca of both reaidouts nnd viaitor.
Hut the triimtportatiou facihtiee to toe
norlh side ample though they generally
are, dwarfod into inaignillcanco in the
preeriicfof the immeuso throng, winch
poured north on Statu and Deartorn.on
Chirk and Lit Hnlle and thu other avo
nues leading to the park like a roaintiehO
torrent, until long before tho hour nt
which tho exorcu.ee went to commence
tho broad acres of tho beuutiful park
and tho lake embankment for milori wore
black with liumtn forms. An early aa
nine o'clock tho varioua divisions of the
parade bog. u to form on Michigan avo
n ue, nud tho thoriiuglifares adjacent
thereto. The uihtructioiiM iaaued by
Majur (leneral Nelwm A. MiIch, aa chief
mi.rulu.l were eo clear and explicit that
no confiinion was expenuuceil inform
ing the lino, but tho turnout of thu or
gunirationa was far in excess of all an
ticipation!, and it was not until one
o'clock thnt the ronr of artillery gave a
signal fur the bond of the column -to
A division of the city police live hun
dred stroiu' under command of Chief M.
C. Claughry in columns of companies,
the tlrst on foot, and thoso following
mounted, led the way. Then on prancing
deeds came General Miles and General
Joseph Stockton, chief of staff with their
stuffs. Tho (ocond division waa led by a
regiment of United State Infantry from
Fort Sheridan, followed by a battery of
U S. artillery and (Jon Miles famous old
battery K. of the First artillery, und be
hind those, cume for u distance of over a
luilo thu infantry and cavalry of the un
tional guard, the various oompnnieii rep
resenting every section uf the state,
The third ditisiun was a notable one l
ing composed of membeni of the socie
ties of thu army of the Tennessee, the
army of tho l'otomac, and the army of
the Cumberland. Many of the diitln-
k?uu'"H' lm' 'n this division went instant
i; r ruoKoiixii uf inn cruwua nun uoartliy
cheereil frum point to point. Among
th(MM) tlmt camn In fur n more than
hearty greeting were Senator John Sher
man, Secretary Noble, (leneral Horace
Porter, (leneral Edward H. Ilrsgg, of the
famous I run Drigade, Senator l)4vis, of
Minnesota, Judge Waltr O,. (Ireaham,
Lx -Senator J. J. Ingslb, and Henry Wat
arson, (leneral IlutterHeld, of New York,
president uf the society of tho Army nf
the Potomac, also camn in for a abara of
the hearty greeting aooorded to tins and
the fourth division which wa composed
if (llatlnirulabMl itumI in njarrlaoui.
General Huraoo Clark and his staff hejul.
ed the Ufih division which whs exek'tire-
lr ooupo4 of ramura of th Gnnd
Army of the Republic. Coinpicuoui in
thmdlviaiun was a little baud of vetor
anf, llfty iu number, nil that urnvrd of
(irant's old ri-gioiriit, the 'J I ft Illiuuia
Infantry. A giaal uwiiiy of them were
aged and llillrm, and some wore crippled
auu lUKiuicii, out inuy iiiarutiod proudly
along belweou a running cannonade of
cheera und etiuutn from Ooth aides ut the
line of march. At tho head of the little
company a one-armed veteran bore
stand of coluts. They were the oelf-souie
coiura that tho Hero of ApjiiiaUox him
aelf unfurled in front ut ins l.oaduuar
turn when elected co.ouelof tlioregliuenl.
ine nixiti (iivisiuu was oduiihjsoO of Vol
eratia and tho sons of veterans, and the
wuenwi anil larii of civic Hjciutnw, From
liienl III tlllH dlvikluu WHS ClllCllgll l'oal
of veternna of the Confederate arm), nud
the frelmga thai prmuptod llie men who
wuru mogra) lo turn out on IIiooccmiou
waaheartil) locogul.ed by tho apiviators
from the beginning lo the end of the
toillo. The arrival of llm head of the
ixilumu at the head of Iho timk wih the
Hlgnal fur the duuuarge of guua from thu
uiniiu Malt-H kteamtr .Miciiigmi, which
with tho toveiiue cultera Fetevndou and
JuhiirH.il wore at anchor in the lake off
Iho breakwater. Aciomp iii) ing them
and dotting tho water for a imjumio mile
wore lu hundred oilier crafu, fioiu tho
ing atoaiuorH or tho Anchor lino down to
the Htuall lug IkiiiIm mid pleaaliro H.iding
crafts, Bter) towel waagnil) decorated
Willi Hltoumera an. I tiuutiug, and the
Bjene prerentiHl by IhotiuVul UIHpla) waa
piuturiMiuo in the extreme.
When iho diviHiou coutainu g tho ills
liligiiishid gutwla had r.aulnd tho buHo
of Iho moiaiuieiit, .Mra, I' S.tiraut, Jesse
(iiaul and Iiih wife null their childien
wole oecorled to Heal a on iho rubl ..f
Judge tirrHliam.nnd the liuiiienae gather
lug waa called to order. I'm) cr win of
fonnl by lliahup John V. Now man, after
which Iho HtalUo was presented on bo
half of tho tiuatees of the niocintlou to
coiuuiin.ioiiorw of Lincoln I'ark ami the
H-opio of Chicago b) Kdward 1. laylor.
AHlhoH'atuo vviia initeileil a naval 'und
mililnry saiuto waa lirod. Hon. W. 1 1.
tiowdy made a Heoch of acceptance on
noi an oi i no palK coliiuiiaaiiineiN anil
Mayor Wnabbuihotipoko for tho cilieiu
of Chicago. Judge ISreshum then do-
ntured hi-i oration.
Judge (Irerhum upon being introduced
waahoirtliy received. He oim.i.ciI Iiih
oration with a Htatemeut that il whh
linrdl) iioccHiity to enter into an) mm
uto .iccuiiul of tho life mid d.-edn of (ion
oral Omni, aa they are a purl of tho Iiih
tor) of the country. After reviewing
lirnut'a porKonal character and methods,
the orator won! on lo ant . Iho iiionu
uieiil In-fore iik Is deuiculed to the iIIuh
trioiiH general of our iir.u.os. rather than
I Ihoihiel uuigiHlrHle of our lepuhlic and
ll ia iiieieloto meet that ui) addroH
(.lioilld dwell li'ore on hla uiiiilart Hihii
Uih civic life. hales er may liuto l.u
iiih tu-r 1 1 1-. or Ilia ilefecta i.a chief ex
ecu me, no whh uiuUelioiiiiL'iv our
giontot.1 Holdier, nun Iiih iiiuIcIiIih
achleVrineutH in tl.o Held and their in
llueino uhhi tho f a to or Ins country
14 jiiaiii) tuiH i.enuunil lenliiuou.id
i long in. love of liberl) and eiiialil),
auu aiiuinaiion oi Heroic ilrttlM and un
llili imtnoliMii laat, the memory uf
(irnut will bo venerated. Some of the
ucib in uis citii nuiiilnutrntiuii were
really worth more to tno country and the
worm inan iho dull routine and solemu
roi-uiiiuuiijr ui nuiu) oiuera. tviitie
men had dro.imeit and writteu alwut the
UH.eH.iitNiu and wickeduoea of the war
iih an agency fur the mittletnuu. of tho
couiroveraiea letween uatiuns, and urged
inu rUbKliliilion or more civilized nielli
iIn, it whh reerved for our Greatest sol
diur to reduce these ih.Hitiee and vague
iiapiraiionn iu pructico. ll was the auu
ubfui lender uf our nruuea, in our
gieaiox' war, who took tho lend In bring
ing tho civilized world to a practical reo
ogiillluu of tbe Tallin of n peuoefu! arbi
trament of mleruilional dispulvs.and tho
ireuiy or uujtiiuglou Is n monument to
ins memory which will outlive ibou of
bronze and stotio Its moral influence
extends intlualely beyond the immedi
ate parties to, or the ago iu which it was
negotiated. More lhau unco ho dis
pni)td indeiK'udeuce, high courage, and
strong seu.o of duly by eloing legiula
lion which serioualy threatened the pub
lic welfare. It ia a tuialako to suppt.se
thai popular government is an art, ur n
uiyalor). Some of tho details of admit).
ial nil ion reuiio cihI training and ex
lerloncc. liut in its broad policies, iu
thu adjustment of il to the ends for
which ll was organized, tu the promotion
of Ha purMWe, men like Oram, who feil
nghtl) nud Bfo clearly, who have a sound
judgment, nud aaviug commou h-uc
and who will reoolutely naorl thetiiHi'lves
under all circuiiiatancea, may be aafely
Iruated with ita nffairs and ilealinli..
It would not bo popular gureinwout if
v,fV '''''" i'n men who have
.r.i. ...a .i.u.uuiium . ujuieoa uu our
history, were nut io much distinguished
for their wealth, or their erudition," a
Illegalities, or some of them, which
distinguished (Irani. Those ijiml
itlea are osaoutial ingredients of polili
oil manhood, and they are no less uneful
nud nooo-wary in peuco than in war. We
need men KMtatasiiig them to resiat the
aggression uf thoso who seek to make of
our politics, both an art nnd a tu)alr),
In elligible only to tho adept and mill
Bled, who a win mo thu management of
them, by virtue of their cnpncity for
the deft and artful manipulation of their
fellows. Their intluenoe on tho country
is corrupt and debasing, and the area of
political yeuality consequently enlarges
According to their views the whole
interost that any citizen has in muni
cipal, state, or uatioonl government is
liieaaurod by what he can make out of
ll, It ia worse than idle to shut our
eyes to the existence of corrupt methods
and practices in our politic, wl.Wh
threatens to nubvert our fro Institu
ttuiin. The peaplo aro often cheated at
the pools and in legislation, and prizes
which should be the reward of honest
merit aro loo frequently bestowed unon
I the cunning and the unscrupulous rich.
tea. ireeoom is uni enjoyetl by the
ptHiple unbna tho lavts aro enacted by
their honestly choaaii representative,
and their freedom of action is as much
impaired, when it Isoorruptly iullusnoed,
aa if controlled by foroo. The man who
accepts a bribe of any sort, plaoea his
conscience nnd judgment in the vilst
bondage. He is no longer free. Argu
msnt is wasted )ii him. Couildsrationa
of the public waal or woe do not affect
him. Ilayousta at the polls would not
oontroll his conduct more effeotlvely,
And men who contribute money to buy
voles, and to brlls ths people' repre
sentatives, aa well ae those who disburse
it, are dnsdly ensmira of th republic
Jn lutIUli0,","f.,,o',.ri.!! rorftlr
Illain til Alt' InVaa tf nsnitnlrsf 'Ihaaw ImttMle
uonular resnect for law which la tha
only sfgurd for Uf and prosrxntyi
and it will bo an evil tiny for tho nation
when lU preservation dependa upon
their pnlnotiHiii nnd courage. They
may mna.uernde in the garb of right
eoustioM, mid ndilres the people in th-,
lauguagu of pntnotism. but' thoir virtues
nrenssumrd, they aro h)MMritea nud
ansaaaina of lilmrty, and would welcome1
n dynasty rather than thed their blood
In defeiisn of (Nipnlnr government. '
Their ahumeloen nnd inaidioua nttnckanu
frro institutioiia nro iiitliiitoly inuro '
dnngeroua tbnn lint revolutionary teach
inga and practice. of a comparatively '
few vuiouary nud miHguided men nml
women in mil large citua. It m not:
hucIi men aa those, but the great niolti-1
tudo, ongagiHl in dctito and hardy pur
suits, who constitute tho real strength of
Iho nation They nro not enemies of law j
nud order, they do not out) or hntolhnoel
ho have aiiiuirrd properly by hom t j
tuothodH, nud U-ur tho full nhnre of the
publiu burdotiN, and t.o long as tho nw
era of tho nation aro tiol tertorled tj'
their injury for Iho enrichment of a fo .
they will rally to its defense with iiiihoI
lltli nnd iletot.'d iialriotiHiu. l'heir en I
ergy and courage hato nut l-en doml 1
cned by eaao nml auury. There can be i
no proseriiy wi'liout iubhc trauuilit),
nud the imhiuIo will not I ing roiumii trim i
Ullll under a well foillidt-d Uiief that!
tho corrupt IIho of UiuileV nrovoiOH a frwn
and honest oxprosiou of ttioir i-t.oi.-e ..f
men nml inoHsuren If public onmioii
cannot bo honestly exprrtHid in author-
IZoO wa)a, our oloutloiiH will bisiiuiH e
H'tisito and uneltttr iiiirf'kerii-H, and free
government will exiat mil) in mime '
Iel iih lint U dweivisl by mero foriiiH. 1
Kadirnl changi H in gotermueiit iiih v Ih. I
effected without poiceptiblo rn.ug III
ine niiMie or ndmuiiHtration. homo of
tho worst lyrntiuiin tho viorld ha
b....-n .. i ... . . ,
Men like (Jrant who bavoHtiriiug from
the people, with drotiL' ami nMiluti
character, uin-pouiHl by luxury, clear
minded mid loiol headid, ablo In no
man and lliingo aa thrv realli are. un le
ceived by outward show and contention
aiitioa, aro worth uioro to our nation than
all iti iiioio cunning, n-if aoekiug poll
ticiana, its iHiliticiu IhooriHtH, or its
plutocrats. In war and ieacetheaoiUal
m..u i... ... ..... i.
ohar,i.'lor. A nation not m.lv ,,,,,Mu
...in .b .ouiojiitioi. ti. ..ii true
Hucn men, inn uirv are icili.p.'iiMalilc to
in nine or porn it may periHh with
attention lo baneful jiiHuoi.com rind t.rnr
tlcea which lower our national t-tandard
and, unchecked, threaten .haunter. 1 - t
groeaod in Iho cares of Iiiihiiuhih and In
lairioiiH occupationH, men item uiatleii
tivolo Iho require incuts of citizmiHliip,
but they do not ctiHioiiHly ami willful,
ly ahirk iU ilutu-a and reHpoiiMiiilitieH,
when the) aro cleiirl) neon nnd fully un
They may bo h ow to ant. but Iihi"'",n' "'cognize ine inn llinl we
danger become immuient Ihov will mi
sort UieiiiheivcH again lis they have in the tho intereatH of ail eoctlona of the county
C,, undallclaHH,. of tho p,,p,o, aro idont,
of patriotism ih still Hlning in the jieople. ' tnl' ""'roioro ir the people of tho it.
ll in neither dead nor short lived. It , motoat comer nf the count) iieoi an ap
grows and i.trengtheus with IioiiohI i.p priation for u new bridge or a lietter
Hala to il, and it may be apiHaliil to ,. .,,,,,1 ..... . ,
with conlldenco for Iho Miid.cat.on of'V" , V''.?. " ",H U,K,M
giaal moaauroe. It increase wilh etory 1 11,0 lH'"'u Albuiiior.iio to uni thorn
draft that la made iiHin it, and while il J " tlieirefTorla to get it.
may become silent by neglect, it does not ; Hut it ih not iicrersury for 11a to cin
I'oise loexi't. Ita voico may be iinheeil- .t-,., ..,.. b ... .1 . 1.. . 1,
edfora eenaon and may be drowned by ', '"'"'" "' bho to llerna-
tho noiaier tonguea of gnted nud eellUh . 111 0 ,'""')'' ,,,r 'lioBamo inlicy 1 pur
new, but it will bo heard again. It im- Sued by Alliuoiieroue inward tho whole
lieully tubiiiilM to mnny nffronfa aud
quietly end urea many indignities. Put
in its touiHirnry silence it gathorH uu nu
cummulution of energy, nud when the
limit of its endurance hna been reached,
Ob commnnding voice crenka forth on
tho startled air, trumpet luugued, mid
against its mighty tunes no other voice
dares lift itself. It wm bo when our lant .
wur nwepl over tint Inud. Tho spirit of ,
patriotism which was then rousml from
an apparent slumber becimo dominant I
and pervasive. Il extendr-d otorytthoro 1
nil touched everybody It roigusd su
promo. I he ordtniry intereata of meuiuuturown this, and have come to com
werorubordinatttd lo It. The war did ' prebend the fact that w hateter worka
1101 cmavo 11, nut roused 11 inio ncilon.
gave il dtriKilioo, and furniahed acop,
ami opiKirtunity for tho uasrrlii.n of it
self. In our armies a d behind thorn, it
whb n moral force uf tremendous energy f
m....m .,,. oil" nrii uihii
thesupromnuy of our cause was Hnallv en
Our country was settled by men who
sought a land which the) might love 1111
their own, and pledged their Iivih and
fortunes for the iniiinteiiauco of its 111
ktitutiona. Our republiu wna founded
in the liatriotmm of the Moiile.aud their
love or country was alretigthomd bv I ho1
B'ruggle for its defense iigmnat foreign
aggreaion. Tho revolutionary wnr wan
atesloftbe populnr natriotinru which ,
hud been nreviuualv implarted,' rather ,
than a development of it. The patriot
ism which was nblnzn in the speeches of I
Adnma ami Olia. and in Hie intreind
conduct of Wurren, wan a stmly and
w,,r!ameinai;:r i;r7:ir4","1ltaW "r - Hhu Ftmia
Asa wople we hate luhe-ited tho pi Ihirleeti roundH, in arrnnging to make 11
triolinm 1 f our retolutioniirt siren, and . short tour of tl.o wo. tern, northwestern
the inheritance ban not been siuaiuiere ,
on tho farms and in the worknluiiiH, wo I
must not think it baa conned toexisl. for
these were the a lurcea from which our
Hnds nn oasy nutlet on the rostrum
that Is the staunches! and lent, it ia 11
slronger and more self denying pan-ion.
1 our main alnv and chief deiM-ndanco 1
Our confidence in their steady ai d uu j
faltering love of country, which U in
different about uny n how of itae f, nnd'
speaks only in It. nets, will never bonim
nlaced. It waa this sort of natrinlino
that waa (lenonilled in (Irnut
Al the conclusion nr thoexerci.es the
participant in the parade re-formed nnd
inarched back to the city. To nluhl the
annual reunion of the society of the
nrmy or tlm lennrase win often with
imposing exercises at the Auditorium.
i - . , - , ,
Grant a rmh;; f prominent '
mst at the Palmer House al the invita
tinn of Potter Palmer to discuas tho nd
V sabll tv of erect nir a statu lo Ihri
honor of the ex president Ten thou
aand dollar were aubecribed on the
pot, and to day's event ia the cuhnlnn
tlon of that mtslitig. Money tluwed in
freely in larye cud small amonnts, the
newspapers of the city themselves raia
log ovsr thirty thousand dollars, Th
total coat of the monument haa been in
tha neighborhood of two hundred thou.
and dollars. Ii ia an equestrian atatue,
the largest bronee ever cast in America.
The body of the bores ia live fest high,
twelve feel long ud three fest in
Commission, Produce Fruits,
Buttor, Kk?s, Poultry, Etc
M Km rn hiu ()ni h rutin r AOiiuoumtgUK. new miixk o.
Flicker nml shipper ur Cliolro New Mrxlrn IWhea -n(l the Celebrated
MIkhIoii (.rnpia. Axcnt fur the New York llrapr llaakrt,
The Host Fruit I'arkagr made.
Hay. (train. Flour and
I'lare rrtilnr or.lr with itn. fur Krnll unit
If ii I Knot t..r.,h.ih, M.nil II lo m.
lll nliiain lull market talur.
Hitrn 1m Niilivo
A Car Load Rocky Ford Watermelons and Ganteloupes,
Mso lai'iro ('oii.sifrmiii'nts of California FruitH.
I breadth Over the lal) ih a heavy anddie, '
i tlm army Hiiddle cloth wilh i-tntH in the
i corners, wii'ie l wo b.ilHtera I t the piH
t.a n otl each Hide, .Hid a lightly lollisl
lilankot ih jiiHt bohin.l tho'eaddle The
general Hitting Uiright, hla hIoiicIi bat
well forward mi Iiih hen i and bin fr.-i on
cio-eil ill nnil IiiniIh wil l uiitv atiurH
I ,,M eurriMiH I no or.'iio real
Upoll n H'ono p.'drptul with elevated
drit own;, archnl pannage, tcHtibiilo and
y i: rri.i. TiiiaiTiiiiit.
... . ..
in reierring io ine huccomh or our
brulgo IhiuiI el.r'ion a few date ago, tho
Socorro Advertiser hb)h.
"I lie enterpn-e of tho .lbuiuiriue
citizen-, ih alwatH well Hecotided liy the
count) at largo. In toting for bndire
i "'"l""li"ii waH , arriod by a tre
uoinriua uiiijoriiy. tvomier ir wo
ico. Id cnrr a hk pn.. n turn "
1 l ... il . i .
t-onoi-eiioii ii vmiiihi ;,. Moll lo
I remeuiU-r that Iho reai-on why "the en
I 'erpriao of thecitizei a of .Mbuiierijuo la
alwatH Horomlod l.t (he county ut largo,
ih o be found in the faut that Albu
iiuerii' .iIii)h woiUh for tho interests
of the count), nnd tbtiH conntr) and uit)
pull together Wo aro l ot divided bv
uiHirici iiurc, nor linos or ruce or ro-
iuukI all htauii or fall together, and that
of New Mexico, nud the most gratifying
reaUireof tho situation ia to Im found in
the fact that tl.o examplo which Albu.
querquo baa aol 111 thin lino ih now being
followed by tho iwnpleof all other sec
tluiiH. FM'ctally ih this notable with re.
K"ri1 ""' I''"". " '"w .v,ftra ugo nearly
"H ihoterrilnniil paHra seemed to think
it ibir .b.iv 1.. .1..,. ..
,.f ,i1M ,, '. ., ,,
' V'" u,t"u"y fwP l,,,,,r " "'"
;""i' - ui, 11111 iney nave nearly all
i. .. .
r,,u"",r l" nn 'u,," m
J""11"11 Keiiornl way thu whole terrl
tort. There in slid rme exoeiitii-ii lo ihm
rule, but it is not netisnr) b. Iiutniluto
... , . . ...
..... ... ..... ni.iu.i lb in
pilbliahod by calling public attention to
ita lillleneea. From Itnton to Doming,
nud from hurmington to Kddy, all the
intelligent insiplomnl intolhgent journals
nf Now Mexico are u-iw working to
gothnr for the good of tho whole terrb
inrv m.,,1 u m .1.. ....1 i.i., .. n
!....,,,. l ,, , .... .
U,n l" uk" ''" hot Mong to
UN w" or Aibuqurrquo n
very large aharo of the credit for bring
,ug nlmut tint better alato of nffnirs,
Xllteiirii nd limner
Vouiu Miieheil b.. r-....eii .i-r..i-.i
fiml aii till It (Jaa.t 1.1 Inu us I
r r i-nw.
',lu' that will no doubt mnk their ox.
lub.tiona highly succonaful. He will tlmt
I visit tho northern Pnjdle towns, thou the
Utah, ( olorndo, .New Mexico, Arizona
1 aud thou back to San IVuuclnco through
U.ulhern Callfoinia Ho will doubtless
probably givu our local aparrerB n chance
to demonstrate their ability with the
mitten. Ih thoombination them will bs
. . 11 .. ... .
"HV"r"1 ''""V ''. Albuquerque1
ue.tvy weigui ia uerony reHtiruiiy re
quested to get t tin crimp out of hia left
aide nnd onu. more put himself In ath
letic trim After the tour, Miicholl with
his wife, Will visit tho eastern atatrs for
pleasure. A friend in San Frnncisoo,
now doing work on tho Chronicle, sends
iitm tiiiiH wum tin
lh" w to ' (',TU,;V
t hllr Cap Onlrsae.
Kight or ten armed rasn surrounded
the much houmi of one uf the most
prominent stiK-kmen of this county, one
night Ian! week and threw stones against
the bouse, calling fur him to come out.
Fortunately he waa nut there, This
lawless band may aa well take notice
that no "whit cap" business of that
kind, nor midnight aMasiiuations will be
tolerated in Grant county. Stockmen
should organize to protect their lives and
property, Silver City Sentinel.
Potatoes in Car Lots.
)...) will In prntM-bal in cti.r nar.
I ran nm II In a.ltnnup. If rhol. and ma
XjiploH, from thu boat NtirHcricH in tho
SKMI Tll: UF.LtlUATRM.
The Tratia Mississippi Congress which
met in Denver lasl spring, adjourned to
meet in ( Imah.n on the HUh of the present
month. We are 111 receipt of a letter
from the Omaha board of trade, asking'
us to urge upon the people of New Mexi
co the Importance of having a full dole
gntiun on hand from Ibis territory. The
bams of representation is a follows:
First Five delegate ut large from
each stnto and territory, and one addi
tional delegate fur each hundred thou
nnnd of the population of enoh atate and
territory, and one de.ogate for each ma
jor fraction thereof, to be appointed by
tho governor of audi state or territory,
tho iiopulntiun being determined by the
I nited Slates census of 1KV).
Second One deleirata tnr l..,.l
of trade, or other regularly organized
commercial organization, provided, that
this shall antily onlv tocitin i,t Mr. n......
snnd or more inhabitant.
Unrd One delegate for each railroad
ur wuter tranaportaliun line operating
weat of and including thu Mississippi
river. ' v .
Fourth One delegate for esnh nro.ni.
zntion formed for the improvement of
weniern war-jrwsys and harbors,
r ifth One deleanie for each iai
territorial agricultural society.
Sixth Oue dolcvnta bv ahaIi nnitntv
ngricultural eooiety in countiee of tlfteen
thousand inhabitant or more.
Ill each case the dnWatsanh.il nr.ni
cretlentiala signel by the protier oflicers.
....... ,iK me siiujecia 10 ho considered
by the Conureea are llm rnllnBln.
Iteportn of committee appointed by
the congrow held in Denver.
"Corn na footli Irrigation and Arid
I'tndsi Deeu Water liar lioura on thu
Hulfj Transportation; Mucinosa in Fur
eign Countries by American Ciliunn-
Mining, Mines and Mineral Lends: Im
n.lgrniiotii InvestraenU by Foreigners;
nited States Geological Survey, Indian
Uworvntions; Sales of Timber Lands;
llankrupt Law: Admission nf Tnrrii,.,!..
Overllow of Itivers. CoinaiKi of Milvav
Mnuufnetorie in Trna.Mi.i..i,...i
States; Ilatlronda, Waterways, Etc."
.Nearly nil thee subjects are of Inter-
et lo Now Mexico, and some of them of
very groat interest. In their discussion
thm territory ought to bo hoard. New
Mexico at large is ontitled to some dele
gates, and one or two of these will prob-
bly U appointed by the governor from
tins county. Aud we aro also entitled to
one frnm the Commercial club, and one
r-ni tho fair association. We ouaht to
Ths following res uliona were adopt
ed by Carleton Post, O. A. ll, at Santa
Fe, at its regular meeting on Wodnostlay
night, the 7th (nst:
Whereas, On the 11th day of Heptein.
U;r, IWU, our comrade, Kdward W.
Uynkoop, former commander of this
net and afterward Departmental Com
mander nf Now Mexico G, A. IL, died af
ter a lingering illness at his home in San
Resolved, That thi poet recognize
in the death of Comrade Wynkoop the
I i nf one, who a friend, wee ever
faithful, honest and true; who aa sold
ier 111 tho lata wur successfully an lieuten
ant, captain add ro,j0r in the First Co.
orodo cavalry, and brevetted colonel,
nerved with gallantry, bearing couspin
nous part for soldierly ability and fear
less daring throughout th struggle, un.
til we ended our first, nnd ever to be our
laat civil war, nud folded our tattered
Afterward, when the savage of tho
plaina rose agaiual the defenseless est.
tiers, Comrade Wynkoop with our sold
iers, hurried to the rescue, not alone
overcoming them by arras, but subduing
them by kindness, till Kiowa and Co
manche alike joined In demand that
Colonel Wynkoop should Im their agent
before they would agree upon term of
Aa a soldier, he waa a warrior; aa civi
lian, he was peacemaker. In civil life
also, he held with credit many office of
honor nnd trust, na well under the
Untied Slate aa under the governments
if Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico;
everywhere winning troop of friend by
devotion to them and lo honesty and
In every sphere he occupied in life,
whether aa pioneer, miner, soldier or
civilian, whether as husband, father or
friend, Comrade Wynkoon's record 1
that he was ever loyal, faithful and true.
We love, honor and cherish hi memory.
To hia widow and children oar heart
go out in tendered sympathy.
Itesnlved, That copies of these resolu
tions be given to the press, and that a
copy engrossed be presented to the fain
ily of our deceased comrade.
Fkajicm Dowkm, )
Jan rx II, Pt'icnr, Committee.
F.iuntuh W. Woon. )
"Save who can!" was the frantic cry of
Napoleon to hi army at Waterloo. Save
health aud strength while you can, by
the use of Aysr's Sarsapanlla, is ad no
that applies to all, both young anil old.
Don't wait until d It eats fatten on you;
begin at onoe.