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I front lb Dallr, Oct. to,) 1 and hereafter the ilnrk blue and brat
There i A movement mi font In or ! ttuttoni will lo aatociatcd with I hit oilier
ganiroin I hi oily n tociety to prt fnt pleatant thing to Ut teen nnd tludlod
cruelty to children ami animal. Int the (Internment Indian kIkmI nt Al
J. A. Whltiuore, Mliior tif tlu Hun ' huquerque.
Mnruml Importer, In in the mix. 11m! Major Fred T. Kerry, aid do ramp, ha
ity Ban Marclal in nmking good growth been appointed hy the governor the iIkU
O, M. Ilurie), the let I.iiiinh wltiNil K"te N'" Mexico to ntttnl tln con-
lonelier, caum up from the eouth laat
nulit. He fihirulun k.'IiooI proerou. t
John Fetti tin leaned h plneo on the 1
oat title of tlm freight deit, on Uullinnd
avenue for k mliMin. Tho building a III
lm of brick
Mr. John Donaldmu, tlm Naxnjo pen
ni enumerator, If t for thelntVivn
hot apring tin morning, where he will j
ruilloate for a few week.
lUmnn Hum. of Wiumii Mmiml. !
ihnt and kllul the other mxht l.y
cowl) i). The Utter whh nrroted
conlliiMl in the KirttiK'r jail .
Adjutant (Jenernl Fletcher I here, hu
ily interetil in terntorm unhtiu mat
lem, tiNiial, and will iiui'ouipiih mine
Kotal amooK our local oldicrri.
F1. Iloniietl, who conducted u hiIihiii
iu tin oil) I.., w Inter ..ml left for Toxn,. j
a tew moiiiii ngo, in, returned well
nitUlled lo remain In the future in tin '
J. W Macruiu, a cattle man of II, c'
M!ilaletiB dixtrtci, i in lln cit) today,
coming here lo trniHiirl hiimueMi with
the heailiiiartei of the cattle trnile of
central New Mexico.
Mm. Art. Htinth, who with her hit
hand haxe the Kcolt Minire rnnch, in
nok at the Wilnhnr hotel, where i-he i
receiving the ver) Ix'Ml of attention mid
care f torn Mr. !. 11. Moore.
Judge Then Maxwell married Char lee
Ievet, a white miin about i'l )er of J
tge, lo Mr. Irene Iwi. n colored n.
rami iiIhiiiI IVI year old, at (iallup, The j
lll-eorletl couple have left the tnun
Many orchard!! are now engegeil in I
pruning their orchard. They my while
the leave are iu place much heller idea
of the need of the Irccs can Ut had
tbnn by WHituig until the foliage drop
Ilev (1 Daniel, a health eeeker, with
hit familv, enrae down the Bantu Fe i " L,,M' ' 1 """'' w" " IKW Hlur "l
last night from Denxer, and I contented ! ""' ,,f l,,H ,U,MH' ,,H H,) ,,H t,,H -,,lu-to
romn.n her . for a few monih lie i. j ,,,l'"r, '"Vorably
nmund thl tiiormug hikiug for a Iiiiiim IMril or llrnp)'
lu rrn1, I I-aat mghl, nUmt t o'clock the spirit
K-ght wagon I iaiU of w,hi, iH. ong.ng , ,l( Mr Con liiutia Muenr, the ged und
to the fall dip of .,..col Vriern. cam m f tenerable mother of Mr. J. C. Mnrtin
thin morning fmu, the eiiat . f lleru.iliil.ij Hll MIUMir) l(H)U iu tl
count). The wool i of hiwhcrade. but 1 ,lnWtH,wll ,r(. Khe came to lliia citv
win iioi oe mi iiiiiii a oilier r
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ket (ire- (
P. Motheraill, one of the to ''.Inext
and most prominent cattlemen of Miuth
em New Mexico, wlniee ranch I on the
Jornudo dei Muerto, came up from
Hngle Uat night and registered al the
Noel Vervier, luterented iu the Kimri
ton nmeller, which comj any ha jiut
Uen re organiwd. ih ttill at the Sun Fe
lipe. He i here on buHincHs ml will
buy la-fore leating for home a lot of,
Hugeue Howe and family liaik lift
night' train for Klkhart, lml. Mr.
Iluwe wnt one of the aipuiar clerk al
I'rntt'n grocery store. He wan formerly
coiiueotel with the Sautn Fe ioinpaity
iu the freight department,
The New Mex'can an): Hugh O.
MurriMn, a very competent young mam
hn gone to Albuquerque in reHimt. to
A telegram ottering turn a clerknhip in
the auditing department of the Atlantic
k l'nuithi road. Nucoeeti attend him.
Died, tbi morning at 0 o'clock, Mian
Klleii Kberhardt, daughter of Loum
ijhnrhardt, who live went of the Atlan
tic Sc l'acillc Hhupe. The deceased hiui
Uvn a aulTerer for iniitiy year. The
funeral will lake place at the Freahytei
im church, at '2M p. m , to-morrow.
.luaii Cliuvee arretted Jame Wall this
murning for ttealinglll of John Fettia,
Idle Felt. a Wat building a lire !li the
back part of hi alooii. He heard coint
rttthng on the tloor and coming out
Wall wa making hit exit. He followed
him and hod him arretted by Chavea,
ho found t.4U.
C F. (Sitrhng, who hat larn clerking
it The Fair for the p.vt yen , liaik this
morning' enHt-liound train for lUlltton
Bpa, N. Y., eeven mile from HaratiV"
Spriugt. He will remain back eait, but
ill rememlMtr hi Utt night in Albu
lUerque, for the lio) rerenadetl and
bo a ed him other oourteaieit.
Among the pattngerR on at Uiund
(ruin the A'lantic A l'acitlo were F-l
Henry und wife, who have leen teach
mg chool in Oregon. They were met at
tfiedei.ot by tli.il geuinl )oung gentle
oitri, Charles Power, who emlenvorei.'
to Hrtsiiaile them lo got off and ttay hi
lb city for a abort tun. They were en
route lu Springfield, III.
The ru-mlana of the Fergiitvnn Hiaik
ml Lmlder company are urgently re
VJea ed to call at V. O. Leonard !c Co',
ad have their mroturei taken for new
ooiform. The itooncr till I done the
luiLMer the uniform arrive, nd it it ra
ntia that they are received by Thank
tnmg ore, nt which time thla exoolleiit
'olunteor lire company will give their
Night befor, last Drniel IUmle
Dockn4 in the door of the houe of A.
Florea, nnil on getting intlde naMUltHl
tt i;entUmn' wife. Itamir wa r
ruled by Oonttsble Priett and yeaUtrduy
hit trial before Juttloe Madden, who
bmd him over to the grand jury in the
"tn of KUJO ball. Not being able to
ture hoadtraen, he wu remandetl to the
'l precinct of the county jail
W, U, Creautr, iu)rintendf n of the
toromeut Iuditn chool,lefl laal night
'w Wagon Monnd, New Mexico, where
kill reoeivo about fortv newtcholara
tron the urrounding territory for ad
ion lo the superb inititulton uuiler
ll control, lie will return tbi evening
proofed iumedlaUly to Denver,
where ten more Indian pupil will I
placed In Inn charge. Tim new uniform .
of theauperintemlont nnd hit niwretnnt
anil sninlnvai Vent itnlllijul iutntilib
and Ampin! were donned yeetrrday
vention of National (lunril nnlcere, w Inch
will meet In Chicago on tint '.'Till I nut.
Thin euiixontion will coneiat of ono dele
gate nnil unit alternate from each tlntn
nml territory, nnil it called to meet tint
World' Fair committee on rerciiioniet,
to roiiult upon the military feature of
tin' big thou
John Collier, brother in law of A. I'.
Overmann nml Chun. Hull, i here fiom
Clnc'io. Hint in looking over the ell) ami
' ) iin b vihw in pur'iinNiii real ch
,"t"' "n" " feaiilenl of Fadiicnh, Ky
lor a niimucr or cnrH, nml im therefore
acilliiiutel wllh JmiIk'o Tntnhle of old
tiiHli. Mr, (.'oilier In H plouniiiK ueiitle
in n u, jint the kind of a man New Mexico
uiiiiIh, and it in hoK'd that he will con
clude lo remain nmoiut u.
i 1 u I. it I til i n.li iitwl I li tit ii III l'rti-ju
. fof tMwhfm ,
l.'hilili iieiithhorlioial. Vtfiterilay, Mr.
Mc'ntoh who ih without a iUcftuu the
iiiihhI exIeiiHive mIic'Ii ranter in the Han
Ha mountain, inirehhtted from Paul
Vriwtrri four hundred wellier. and will
mid them to (tin 11 ck of elnvp now on
hi ranch enatof thecily. Mr. Melnto-li
lo not elie.ir hut once a year, in the
Hpring; hut hi wool, which ih a aunerior
gnnlc, alwii)Hcotumund the very high -
eel llgurte. j
Trmihiio I,. Mxtta hn llnally reachetl
I the limit of hi enrthly imiiirnlioii For i
two year "tboee American lawyer",
hate kept Una gifted Hpaun.li dlecipt.t of
Hlnckton from practicing Utforethe!
oourl of iIiih diHtnut, and he in now, ul
though imt admiltetl to practice hy the
c mrt, permitted through the giMal grace ,
of Ii,iih Miiutota to lake tettimoti) iu
the ditor'e ca, of Mr. He)cM v. her !
cruel and uurighteou htmbunil. Clerk
Hunt, who ih in ) input hy with Mr.
Matin, baa agrred lo frame hi nUmiiMion
(,, f,, JlllH with her daughter, Mr.
Martin, aUiut twelve )ear ago, ami U-
; nail) )le,lcd up her life at the latter'
residence, No .VJ1, North Second wtreet,
aurrmiiiiltal by hcveral of her children
nud a few frieinl. For a your the boa
j been a anllerer with dropsy, tearing her
( ill with wonderful Chrittiau grace and
fortitude, and at lakt, worn out by con-
lB"1 uffering, the inevitable came not
nui xjacted. .She wn a woman of many
trait- of character nnil her Jei.th
l" uiminutl, nut only by dear relit
tire, but by many frieinl. Mr. J. C.
Xliirli., .....I t-u.l It - ,1 ...
......... ..... ...... ...ur,.,., , llllH ll'lj,
Mr. Tlieti. ralT, of Hermann, Mo., and
J. II. Mueur.. of San Franc.Hco, are the
turv.ving children. Capr Muent. a 1
eon, died tuddenly in tint city, latt June, 1
and i buried in Fnrv.ew t.,.,,,!
wherein tlier'a remain will b hud
to rent. The funeral will muiir to i
morrow ufternoou at i! o'clock from the 1
rMidence of Mr Mnrlin on Nortli Sec i
ond atreet, and friend are invited to
atleml. Itev. J. A Metiaul will preach
the funeral eerniou
A Worth)' flurprlMe,
Lriat evening a number of married and
tingle IniIi-, heinliHl by that tirinco of
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good fellow. 1 McCammon. chief ih
patcher of lint Atlantia A Pacitlc, tur
primsl Mr. W. (I. Patlerwm at her lillle
home, jutt completiaj, in eouth Albu
querque. The party brought houutcou
ami MUbatnutial doualloiiH to the worthy
lady, ouch n a tea ,et of dialled, ,ack of
Hour, rocking chair, tail meatt in fact
Iota of good thing lo make happy tho
heart of a hounkeeHr. There were lit
teen latliitt who aimulliuittoutly appeared
at Mr. Paltcrecti't, among whom were
Mi. (). II. Miaire, Mrt. K. McCammon,
Mm. J. II llolman, Mr. Tho. Ilamill,
Mrt. Perry Drown and mother, Mrt.
OiM.rgeWo.Mln. Mr. S. Froat, Mrt. M.
McCue, Mrt. J. K. Franklin, Mr-. Hop
kiuu and daughter, and others. Tho
lady, with her two children, t very
worthy, and the turpruw of her fricudt
touched a very lender tpot in her Iwart.
She at the wife of n tnachiuiat in the
employ of the Atlantic tt Pacific, a ho
left the cit) tome uioulht ago.
Sheriff Fraucit ncoompniiicd Wlllard
T. Johnion of San Francisco from
here to Canon Diablo, Utt Saturday,
from which point the latter centlbmnr
vinted a noted crater, eomn 12 or !,
mile eouth of the cation. Mr. Johnton
wu here with Mtjur Powell tome ten
d)t tgo, and it a noted oientll. lie
) tin crater far turpao nnythlug
he ha ever eeen of a volcamu nature,
There I a magnetitra aUiut it that
draw with an almoat irreeisllble ntlrao
Hon. He pur now making man of it
and atcerUlriing It capacity. Tint won.
tlerful Tolcamo mytlery lint been Knnwn
to heep men for l'J or 15 year, hul btt
never atlracieu any particular notice,
The well knou "Illue Water" ranch
of J. M. !atta, one of the llucet ranch
irowrtiM In New Mexico, and ono that
oontroli all the water on aUiut 'JOO.OUO
acre, wa told a few day ago to a Kan.
ww City company rtpreaonted by Mr.
Millet. The couaiderttiou it not atatinl,
but I known to be a good round turn, a
the projrty it cuntidered very 7aluable,
There are about twenty thouttnd ani consumption, aged 22 year. Mr. Mo
malt on the place, all of which go with Laughlio went to Kanta a few month
th ranch. ' tgo, where he married the lady who ii
TH'. Mt:VRRH HOHHt'.KV.
Wn, "f'hr W'auhm Mold in riinrlr
Uuk. Pnxtun, tlm Coolldg merchant,
i. it. it.. n. i- i t. ... n.
... in me 10 i, iiiiiiiik ill I (Mill nip
l lt night. Hit lit in hi.
inn the K Howard A Co. uolil watch,
chain nml diamond net charm, wllh the
monogram "H. M.,'' which went tnhwi
from Hrneat Meyer. Mr. Piixton liito
that a kiiiim) h-fneed yoiliit; umn, iiImiuI
tiro feet, ten incite hlh, called nt hi
tore Monday or Tueeday nfleruoon of
till witk,aiidiiiriHltoHll him n watch
and chain, and iirwmnted n hub' watch '
anil chain. Not cariiiR for audi n waich
heakeil him if he hnd nomethiiic hIm-,
wl tm' " pulled ut tint nlHivc
watch, chain and chiiriu, v hlch he pur.
chneed from him for fill. The man did
lint aiiKiir In the lenxt excited, and .
Mr. I'hxioii had notriveived In riii..N,
containlmi the account of the rnlilxTV,
he conIderixl the trannclion fair and
honorahle. Afler receiving the money,
the mini, with a pal, u tall elemler fellow
of dark complex. on, went into a rextaur
Bill ailiiillilinr Mr. I'ntlini'n nl llmlr
meal-, and Kettinif on u freight tnun
went to Ortllup on the prctetiec of i-eour-lug
work. The next day after their de
paiture from Colulge, Hpecint Detectne
Ket.nan, who him prntd InuiKelf a tflie
Uleutli hound lifter cniuinah, callid at
I Mr. I'axti.n'e ami told IhegeutleuiHii that
! he wan on the trull for watch thleee. He
I t"ked lo Mr. I'atlon, gained uue ut le
iuf.iriimuon from him, and then tele
graphed here to llml the tiuuiher and
make of the watch. They came, and on
comparing them ith thouc on the watch
purchimed liy Mr. I'.i.xton the) were
1 f"ull,, to H,,n"-
Iwiih then liotilled and he left or. the
weht liounii piiHueiiger train FndM) morn
ing It i kfe lo predict that the men
whorohlMil Krneit M)cm hint .Sunday
morning, will (won Im in the coil of ;u
tlce, and that Mr Metern will obtain the
V'roiiillielmil),llil. li I
Mr. Or Harper and dauubter, of (lal
I u 1 1. are regitcrd at the Armijo.
II. H. Fierce, of the Uun Veg.ia Stock
(SroAcr, peni )cterilay in tin cit).
l'rof. Mct'ammon preiicheit an elo
Uei.t reriunn at the Mthodit church
Mr. V. T. Morgan left hut night for
l'iH!atello, luiliaii Terri'ory, where he
will re) mi her hunliaud.
Frank Datm, fruiu the Atlantic A I'a
cillc i-hop at Neeillea, l under Irenttiicnt
at the boflpital fo: rheiimatihiu.
A freight car ojT the track at the (Vr
rillo bridge dela)isl thin morning' pin-.
Henger train from the eaht nUmt three
Mr. anil Mr. II. C. lioberti-oti have re
turned from St. LouiH, where the) weie
t!allel ujii uuexpitcleitly to liury their
Mice AbbieStoop, the Lu VegaH young
lady who teacheu at Orunt, ejMMit the
Sabbath with her friend, Mia Maggie1
Iet, of thi city.
Kmil Kleiuworth will leave to night 1
j for Fort Wingnte, to accept a HiMtinn
under Chirk M. Carr, who auppliea the
f,,rj Wt(, ffeth IIIMllU.
K'lwHr'1 ' Vrry 'T'1 ,,,h '"n,l",l
"l 1 Wh V l r",H- nnna. wb-le
w't-,l''"f. '"" l- Atlantic A
l''Ilc h.H.p.t,,l Saturday morr.iug.
Kittle bxitber IhSiiuIu Feanold cit) f
''"tie aialer, who ha liecti there 'D.ed,
11 Wn' theelreet iahent moat double
w,,u tge. -Denver Field and Farm.
Max llauer, brakcmaii on the Winaloit
ilivmioii, fell from n bridge Sal unlay,
eiiHtmning a broken arm, and wn
brought iu to the hoHpilal laat night. I
Mrt. D. S Smith, who ha been vihiI-
I Itif Padf. t i 1'u.l .....1 fr,..l.ild linol un.l t.tm I
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the iaat few week, returned home Sit
. ,. ,.,, u, ,
Ilev. K. Lyman IIihmI returned from
Tucwou the lust of the week and went
north to me-t hi wife und child, who
have been ieniliug the aumiuer in the
Hon. Kugene Flake, the able Fnitnl
Slatee proeccuting attorney, who Mpent
Saturday and Sunday with hi family at
Sante Fe, returned lo (hit city latt night
and win at court thi morning.
John Wood, D. V. Slrachai., (i. V.
u.Kut, v.,,.,e r,e.,J( u. . t.reeu ' ;
other, of (Sallup arrived thi. morning, ,
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Some are bore uh witncMM-H in the Swan
embezzlement cote, which I net for lo
0. 1). Hill, a printer, hat taken to dicatiunt, thai when Juan Hart wbh here
braking, und it now running extra be- during fair week and aiiiirwied tin. eaty J
tween thin city and Ina Vegut on the manner in which the Mnro'jn moppiai
Santo Fe road. He limit that there iUp the earth with the crack club from !
more money in working for a railroad j
Mr. and Mr J. C. Martin and Fred,
Mueur. deeiru lo publicly extre their
thank to many friend who kindly
Toluntered ataittence during the long
illneat of Mrt. Muenr., who died laal
Tint county committiouert laat week
located the ! Cornile bridge above
the town of Alameda and near the touth
end of the dyke contlructed latt tpnug.
They will locate the Albuquerque bridge
one nay lint wee.
(J. Ij- UardnM', a Santa Fo freight con
ductor, waa made a meiuLcr of the Or.
jer o( ,,WBy (Jcuduclort No. lOII. yet
tenl' 4ftcruiam. The local lodue t in
,10 mot, Haltering condition, having an
enrolled mombMthlp of 'JU7 in the ih
T. A. Fett. the genernl merchant at
Cuohillo Negra, S erra couuly, I at the '
San Fellj Mr. Fett it here on hit an-
mini fall ami winter purchatlng trip, and
hot . in u bobale lot from our tner .
chant. lie report hit tectlun of New
Hie wifeof J. A. McLaughlin, ton of W.
H, McLaughlin, died ut the latter' real
1 dtnoe, No. Ul Kdith ttreet, Itat night of
now a enrpee, nml tlm gilef etnekon
young hutbnml haa Ihctiucere ayinpalhy
of a hoot of acquaintance. Tln funeral
oot'iirrcd till aflerniaiii from tlm tee,
uencti on iviiiu eiroei, tun me ihii via
J,,urMHl tn n..t..rv.
M. I' HtMiiim ha reccnc.l n hnakct of
ipl'le l'' celebrated orchard of
; ' Ihiwaon. Colfax cunt). He linn
"ii'iitid Una ollloi. ltli h....mihhiih of
the fruit wlin'h will If kept on cilulii
t'.in to Iioit l it' Ni' Mn mi id, ni
the fr it hlii' I in 'l jiiilrh mi) the) lire
the Itu iippli'e cr priHliii'til in the
j Willmtn Crimley. mfi-,1 .V. )cnrc li.nl
ut l lie Atlantic A I'ucillc h, r-pitnl )c
tPr,u). ,,fu.fii,H,u i,t four i.Vh.ck. He
w receie,l i.t the liottal .Saturday
' uitiriiiuu. niilTerliitf with acute in llnmina
(, f t, ,nu-, He tiai n e tlon
,iu,d m the euinlov of the AMuMic St
I'aciltc, w-irkiug on the Anxona diviHion
The comp'iii) will loir)
hull in t'mir
ncci urn of I'liirvin cemetei) tn morrow
Verterdil) uioriiing at 4 .'t o'clock.
('rM", 'f '' lw" Jear onl e
ill of '
' pa ,
Mr. and Mr. (). M. Drs.dinl at I.
rente' n Hilwiiv oil the lligliliiinlH,
a brief illiicKi. The prc nun remain
were hud awn) to nut in Fami u ceme
tery teelenhi) afternoon, iiruhr the nii -Hrititenileiic)
of Funeral lmv or Mnnt
fort. Mr I r it a partner in the gm
cert linn of )r) ,V Ni'liilnic. and the im
reiiveil parent hate the )mpath) of n
large circle of uixurniiig frieinl
The hoc Tin Chieftain ban Ummi trt ing
t'i 1 1 1 1 I nut what the matter ih witb.Si
corro. On all Hide i n -1 ' n t reign, hut
al Socorro The t'hieftaiu miiiih up the
Mitlialion Ihlla. " 1 he trouble he in her
own cltirelia the) lire Hie nin h that
keep tin city back. The) do not do nn.
1 thing theinfelte and do not want ant
iiiiccIm. to lu eery other town the cit
ien work for that town, lu Socorro
when a Muiiicer coiue here, with the
lite. I of lllleHtll.g, he in liifoltlc it ' The
town laile.nl;' Hint 'it ih wnrtbleH;' that
'the f.iruiiiik' Inndrdo n t ( lit,' an I that
'her mine are of no nccniint ' Infant
men w ho m ke their lit llig here, w ho live
otr the ton ri, run ll dow u ami arc a blight
to ll future."
In the cine of Kdwaril txiMr t a Iim
tiraude Irrigation and Cololnallnu com
pan), iiaatiuipHit, default wn proven nml
judgment taken for ?T'.'H
lu the ca'e of Henry (Naiper v Km
tiraude IrriL'iilnui and Coloniation com 1
, pauy, iiiaumpail, ilefult wua prnten anil
! , . ' '
judgiio iit taken for JftiS
Alible F. Dcruett et nl, appellee, .
I Archie Hilton, appe hint -aled from
'juai.ceof jiea.e; phuntiir tile motion
lo leiuatale nud mntuili i-iiatiuiieil.
1 Andy M Adam v. Hiinlingii llaca, ml
I miiiiatrator, etc , et at, cluiuceiy to cnticel
J dee I; complauiant lilea aflidat it and mo
lion f .r ti ne to take proof
In the c ue of M.S O'ero ih. John W.
Mil'c, ejectm.'iit, in l JiicoUi Vn-arri
v A. T. A S. F. 11 It. Co, defendant:,
The divorce caae of John Fetll
liuiMi Fett H wu called; proof of publl
cation llie.l, decree pro roiifeeao entered,
alnl caiiHe referred I . Mr Finical to take
tcHtiiiiiiiit The Marian Vihngwnrth
h John P. Collmgaworlh divorce caae
waa iilan referred to Mr. Flni'id.
The I'mlial State v Pedro llaca,
cluir.il ttith tticeal, ihamiaeisl at cost of
defeiid.int. The caae of Atlelaida llaca,
a an .'liarg.il with niceet, wa iliaiulf ee.
The FuiIimI State v. Miguel Mauro,
aluller), cnuae beard by court and do
feiidant found guilty and lined ?i"i and
The Ciiitetl State v Mr. Ann rjaria
Snare., ailuller) , canto heard by court ,
and defenilHtit found guilt) and lined i
i'S'i and coatH.
Court took a (eceaH until 'J '('clock p. m. ,
Thrj YliiHl lie Krlultleiir.l
Tile Kl Pa., llrovvii are determined '
to vim the game from the Mar.H.-u of
tin city ul F.I I'.iho next Saturday and
Sunday. They recently ecu u red Herlwrt,
a ca cher, from the regular army, and '
1 ll e other evening the Uiard of director 1
ni uie ciuu Hgretil to ecou on lor a
catch." n a mid x alter Iotig. It i alto
retorted here thai they kept two of the
beet player in the Fort Worth cluh,
when that team phi)ed in HI I 'am re
cr)tly, uil.l llttelliptid lo peimillde two1
, ,(i Wll,,H0,. uul, , r i
main for the fame with the Maroone,
but the totacri could not do h i.
It I ev.deiit, from all reiajrtt and in
Pinoe Alloa, he relumed home ami told
the people of hi Pftao thai the Drown
hud lobe materially ttrengtheneu, die
the MariHint would jutt a eaaily defeat
them. The playing alreligth of the
Ilrown i undoubtodly latlng changed
fnr L.llur ,,,..lul I... I ll .....I,..., .... .1.1
... n.o .......
I I, .
ferenctt to the Manamt-they are going
, .., i, .... . . ,
to hi Pat'j with the intenliou of win-j
,.,.. i.', i i I
iihv tir 4t inn in 7I' fill lli7
round trip.nnd Tur. CniztXfi iiiulerttamlt
that a uiiuiU.r of our ullirena will ac
company tho lx) t on their trip (tooth.
Latt night, about M u'clock.thn tlrtt '
eection of freight train No. .'Ll, going ,
weat, in charge nf Conductor Mike llran. i
lieu, ran into a cow live mile weal of'
Navajo Spring, and engine No l.'i and
thirtocii cut were ditched. Strange to
r,,,H," '"tf'f 1""". ulthongh mixeil '
"l ,niJb" wta nut hurt. Fire- I
msu ,v,WHr,, Clurl WM ,t,rt internally, I
,)Ut ,,('' "ou.ly hat not been learned.
'H l"-'Ol turgeon ut Willtlow Wenl t'l ;
thn tee tie of the accident. A "thoo Ily"
track hat Un contlructed around Ihe
wreck, and traiui "ill not be delayed.
J W. Ftrntworth, the Santa Fe la
tmn agent at Kl Po, formerly of thi
city, wai here ytaltsrdty and Suuday ou
viiit to old fritodt. Jimmy lookt l
natural aa ever.
i; IIAII.KO.l I.I.M'.
Mr llnnna ilitrrr I he t'nmittrrrlnl
( lull I.nnI r.trnliiit.
All inforiii.i. u to.g if ili ('.im
tnercial cluh vn lu l'l t, elerilii) i , n
dig at 8 o'cliK'k. 1'ieioilciit ChildciN Mi
I'heoliject of the met tllig w n hut e
a conference with Mr 1 1 o niin.ff llurin go,
in tegaril i iliringmg t A :lititi-t ti.e
line lli.lt I known OH tlm (iulf, I 'olnfnilu
A Suit liike ritllr.iNil, which him h.'i'lt lo
ciiIihI iiImiuI a laiiulrul unci wit I
Mr Hauiiii. I,"iig accorded fietl l)
the cliU'rilliili iIih'i , in n u,i,Ue ll Millie
lllelit in regard to the object and pur
poM.h of the Ciilporatioti, itlitlllg tlillt
the route h.ul I li hlirtetml iiii.l tt.o
line locati'il frmn the low n of Onte, in
wi'Hli-ru ( oloMil'i, neurit due nuiili l i a
hi nt on the Atlantic A I'.icitm r. mil near
Fort Wingiile, (ml hearing thai the lien
: I1'" Alliliiicriue Wefe allXluila lo I ne
I the line illtcrietl lo tine place, he had
I come for the piiHt of ihhCUa-llig the
mutter with our ciiien und lo ieurn
what imluceiiientH tte weie prepared lo
oiler tiielTcl fill li I'halu'e iim he nil
ileretiHHl we iii-hirnl.
He detmleil at lolue leliglh ' iinpeta
tioiia in Colorado, and lat,il ll at he had
had rH'jaeil tlie-e dilTeriMit .ilife In Umir
eed from IhirHiigo to pouilH on the
Atlantic A I'acilh' lilhiut lt) unlee ueal
of AlliiliueriUe, but behetilig that It
Would be to the inlelcel of tlun cit) an
well a the ro.ld l lung the linn hele,
he funic In ih-w if the ImmioIh of Ail.u
tieriue were w iinng In jmii him in u.uU
1 lug a new surte) to iIiha the riud t'
lie I't'Wi.li'il a htntciiici.t
Hhowing the iiiiiiiIm r of pop!e lit mg in
the tcrn'ory tributary tn the prop eed
r u.i, the ii nml ...r of acrcx under ultitn
lion ami the uiuout.l of ai 'nnil product
of the CiUlllry, ehowiug that there ttaa
a greater extent of cun'ry tributary to
Una hue than coMribiite to any one
road in operation in the eoutliMoi tn
On motion of Mr. I'oUom n committee
of three wail iip,,oiliti'(l tn gather ata
tlhtiih for info'. icatiou of Mr Haiina
The chair iiipouileii ui Hiich, ,M"hih
I'iiImiiii, Otero and llurke
On motion, adjourned loniivt 'i'lietnlay
etetung at ft n'clocli.
I Io.iii ti.e llml). Oi l I.
Chae. Stutuph, a Mi-rclniiit of Walnut.
Ariotia, ih in the city on biihinea.
.1. W. Scliolielil, the hllalliiig inauriinci'
agent of Simla Fe. ih ngain in the city, j
W. 1 1. Annul mm ii 1..M..I ...I .r Un.. '
t i tJ .. . . ... . .
alarcial, i anions Alhuiiuerqueuua to
1 (j '
' ' i
. , V A" M",w"11 U"' f n"l' I"-
, U"" "u""'"" li-ri.-t court Una,
' "l"rni,1f J
' w'llinin .lenne I not Jm-t completed the 1
' addition i f three room ,. hi reetdeiicc
"" ,l"' HighlainU.
i Waller I liiracli, eon of A llarach, left '
laal night for liiiidHburg, Kniiaiia. where '
he w ill attend acini I.
.I.t' Del.ine) , the Hat Irnder f J'ort
Slanton, who I ut laeu back tc Chicago
oil biialue, relurne.1 lu the city Unl
W MiHire (Clayton, of the llrndHtreet
agenct , left laat mght for Santa F. and
other point iu the northern part of the
SturgiM, wife nml eon, I Joy d. ,
of the Knropeali. left laat night for the
eriHt Mr Sturg.M goe to buy new fur j
niiure lor ineir hotel.
OeorgeS. ( ioldell. the
Prince liiltc. the til 1 1 1 ; i it i
caption of III,
uipari) at i.aa
xegna. atole the fund of the company
and htpHd nut of the t '.n
F. Ii MeiiM'h, the watch repairer who
workil for I J. Hharick net end xeara
ajfii. when he thn .1 in tin city, came
down from Santa Fe lied night.
J. H. Pegllii, In ik keejH.r for W. I,
Trimble A Co , i in San Fraii. iaco, via
iting In wife and mother. He will not
return until about the Ut of NovemUir.
J. F. Jaramillo, a nlowp rair of Ioa
Tiiinaa and a member of the rich Jura
millo family of Valencia county, i aick
at the F.uroan. HiawifeiH attending
; Iett (!ahn, a convict from tin county
j to the iwriitentiary, but recently diu
ehnrgud for goial behavior, in in the city
I from Santa Fe, and ha V. A. Orecn
" '.", "
leaf - bay atal
nun in training.
(. Miller and L. Cummina were lockid
up etertlay afternoon n vag. 'I hey
were lined f'j and ctattt each thi morn
itf hy Jualice Denhaiu. Not having
money they were added to the chain
Hon. A let tluaibirf. a prominent iner-
chtnt of Taoa. atanibng ilemiH-ratic can
ululate fur legilatlte honor from Ida
I county, cam down from the north laat
night and it the guetl of F. A. Oruiia
A culvert it iiIkh out leaving dan-
,,.., i.,k, inr. iimi.i in .tilHlllHl
, ,. , . , , .. ,,
badly, let ween here and he Fnixertlt).
,, ,' . , . ,. ., '
II ha lieoli In tin eoriibliou Hntwrul
"eekt. Uhiwedut) it it to have lint
llrotimr Oabnel, one of the teacher
of the Ui)' tchiH.I al liernulilln, who i
here a a member of the board of ichool
examiner, inform Tin. Citiis that the
board will llniah
ll labor to day and
KJ. rorhna i rtqairted getting ah.og
nicely. Although he it reatle at night,
ttill hi attending pli)icinii entcrliun
Ihe hope that tho broken lmea nf hia
leg will knit tecurel) and that hn will m i
all right in a few week. !
(lovernor Prince baa ap-inti th
following ruined to repreeeui Nrw Mux I
loo at Ihe Tian Mnwirtaippi oongre, !
! Omaha, October lib M. W. Mill. W. H !
William, L. (J. Fort, tl. T.Oould, I M ,
Meily. II. L. l'ickott, Uhaa. II. Mcllenry.
Mining i on the upward trend lu Iter I
nalillo county. Seymour Hall, th. owner 1
, of teveral good protpect in tlm northern I
HandiM.it .round town lo-Jay purchii. ,
iug a complete camplngand working out-
i fit tn aihk one hundred feel on ( lie of Ida
c anna An Albuqiier pie merchant I
illlerealed With I hln an, ceeaf ill pr.pcC
tor f etcrn! time during the pm-l few
Oioti I 'I'M Ci i ,ri,icti,l II, it Home
I iK'olOhl l,h i.nt eilll "nUiKfn Willld l
Uillde ih the Mindi I mi'llhlluliH, Ii l, I In i 'i
ing men begin to regard the priil ci i n
fntotably What ih iicciIiiI ih lerwt talk
liliil a it the I:iIh , ro!liio
III the ciiao of I'mlfo I'rreri, iiduiillll,
Ifat r. e' ul , t UforgeW llnrrionii, ml
linuiflrfit, r, et a. , the deluutrer t cti.ia
bill 1,(1,1 etceilioiH to tlefelidiilit'a lili
wer w i nrgu'l in the ibaiiict court
telefibl, nflctlliHili im the chuho taken
Cliii McClure iiinl wife, of liilro),
Oil . lifter ii wc'Ii'h t ml II e family of
ChriH. Sleter, li ft l.ud ti,K-hl f..r Priwcntl.
.iioiin, in apehd M'tne tine with. Mi. ,
.1 C Mar in and Mi,h Matlie I'utt e,
daughtel .f '.ll Mit'ure Ml SteV 1
el Ih ul i a i, ughter of the lad) i
liichard llrotto. t ' it 11." m in of Mng-1
hileiiii. i inn.' up from Ion ranch hot I
night lli li oil th it SiH'orfo eour t) j
lilili then Mailed l, eril e ellellt
ruiiiH, und H ut u'r .ai during the ttinler
wot be i.'ifnl but el oil HcHtattMi
Unit the c.ilt e ate In iking fmrly giaid,
'1 he ;iihtice of t he peace of Itari l.i-i wua
at OrnlideV place on the iiiglilaina tea
terdiiy lift. .in, -in n, a dtiinken ' "million, i
lie I, nil thlee of Ioh f ,i.iter tttlh hllll
lil'il ttaa la,iteriiiii and iliaullilig. The
;iiftice got into n row and after getting
the Wofnl of tin, tight be left for Ida
Delegate lo the National l 'iiriii.T'con
gree III Scilallll, Mo, Nntemiier Id, have
Umn ii'imcl i.y the goterm.r a folloiti.
ii W. Wo hU. UaaCrucee I'erfiH'lo r
iinjo, A It. nquer. ii,,, I'runci Chilton,
springer. Alt. ihhI-h .1 M i fhatw,
Abiqtlill. .1,1,1, W P.m., Hmuell. J K.
I riixeli. ,lf .JIh-' i.iH egiw
Sufle A'tcnli ler, at pteaelit tn .-w
orli. write that I n i.rrutiged fur
pl.e dig a I true ' I. ny i f liiirwiall In lie f
llli'e on Inn, I l-H'uto.l mi the urhtcili elite
of lln, Iim lirillide. Sofre ih a luatler.
when It conn to aucl, liuailicrH hh ml
lecting together it oony. and we may
. peit in Ibe next ten daya in ace. Mr,
Alexander hele with at lenat .'t.lHH liut '
John M. Moore .Ir, unl lettn to mght
for Sun Antonio, 1'exn, on the receipt of i
a telegram fi.un D. II. Kolnnwin. the
manager of the San Anlomo A Ar.inaiial
Pane r.iilroail. In n -ciqit the pomtmu of
lohl Ii. hiiH U-en in the
employ i f tl.e Atlanti ' A I'.icilic for the
paat two eiita, im.l .Malinger I iaUt, uu
iler whom tt,. )oiing iiii.ii l an Intel)
.tork.'il, regret xery much t i om him.
Ve-tet.lay nfteru mi the territorial
grand jury c im. inloc mrt and r.qHirl.tl
that it 10111.1111111 no true lull aganiat
I ,OUIH Met I'tM.tl,,, I rie tighter. Ii iii I I'ri.nU'
llothu..il. Ioh nml,., k...n .... i,
it . i w i i 'in mn
court of JiiHtice Deiihum cinir.d with
larcent, During l,uin' u.c ircerntiou,
Mr. Me)eia waa in a diHtr."-ecil coti.li
lion for want of fo. d, but kind friend,
on learning of the cue... promptly iidiuiu
laterial lo her Wlint
1'lie XXi.ol.io tlnr.lei'
There i.r no lu'A dctelopiiieiiti. in the '
i ou u.ik'i' hi .-.iu iirciir. i epriug murder,
and Daniel P Wooton'M iitH ikHiii is atill
unknown Witi,eies have lawn aub
pii'iuied from the muiiutiiiiiH. and it ih
honed for the Hi.k I ttt Mint ll'.l I ll lit f hat
,:or,,ier'e jurt. al il eeeHion al I ,.V,h
ilu aftri n. vxil' bring to light a clue
which will fiiHt. ii the foulest criin., that
... ... ..'
Iiaa )el maitlcd (lie eM'iilcliia.u of IblH
cunt) u,iu the light
parti ,,r p irtniH
, If there
am uc.'cMHon. M to th murder
let the public know them ula i.
Cha. ( iolf, w hn vt ,i Woitoli' p irtuer,
Went out lo hi cm, in at the aprihg mm,
ter.ht) inoiiiiiig iii hring in vthat g,Hi,
were left in hi limine, and found thai
. during the ebori intrvul ..f the removal
! of the dead body and l,i arrival thieve
! had en'ered the cabin through u window
laud carted awi.v a lot of pr viioiia,
grama, ihahea and ramping gooile.
Not winienrwitb killing the man, liter
ally blow ing h'A i) the right aide of hia
face, thleliwoiiler hiacihiu and i-teal the
few thinga left behind.
When Wont. in llrrt cum,. o Alliuquer
que laal winter be vxaa ,i well ,Iiim
with the country that li at once rati
Hod himaelf that ttna would be hia future
home, ami purchaaed fiom J ; c
Cownn four lot on the corner of Fo irth
ttreet nml Marble avenue, up., n vv hlch
hn iiilemlwl tin year to commence the
erection of a family riemlenee for I on
aelf. uifit mill eeveral children, the latter
now mourning hi tragic end at Pueblo,
Tho negative of a photo, take by V. !
F Troalle, repreenl i the deieaa,-.! i,a a I
iiiiiii of line ph)ai'.,i upiH-araiifo, and hia
foul murderer about, I U hunted dow n . '
F M. WiIhoii waa uialeriuual) killed
lit f Placilia, in the Siirnlili lliouli '
lam, laal April, nml tin. preaeut crime'
! u.ak the ec unl within tl.e interval
time which hn occurred in Ihe adjiiiH-iit
I 1'ndertaker Ktioi , ha reoeivml a leh. '
gram from a aon of Mr. Wootori' ,,, 1
Denver, alat.ng that he . onh,wa, ,
ii. ,. i, . i ,i '
here. He w.ll probibly arnte tin
I.IiIhb It iniilrr, 1
About nine )eara ago Otto Tarfar wa
working a h tlretmiii of a pil druer nwu .
Iluloli Kongo, l,n , vthen he ai.h aereni
I) liijiireil. Ilia thri itt wn cut, ,houlder
I j I lit Ki broken, j, i.t boi.e broken, hia left
ear cut i, tf, and ihe doctor of New Or
lilina, to which city he waa taken fnr
treitllleiit. had to inaert li adl'er tube III
hi heck t It r U Lf tl which lie breatl.iHl in
order lo aave In life lleiaahxng
wonder aid it in the city to-tla), arming
from the north luM night. The tul. m
In throat he atlll Uai M. the wiinlt.it... fnd.
ing to connect iigion. He ta on hi way
to the Ptctlio coaat, where he atale he
,n,,'n,, '"'X ,',"H, "! xiit ad the
aXm "", t""""' "'' ,"H ,',"u1'
Itev. Vr. Ideal held c.'.ureh eervu-e ,
fur the railway men und their famduv
in Lamy on Sunday.
i,n,, (in, ., I IJiHnipUt nt II tuna, I In (Im
XVeil nf r.ntlanrf.
llmt an exlrnordiimry amnunt of
Mip. ittll'on Him ,u,t in Homo of lho
ugrlcuUuriil cnuntln. particularly Id
' e went of England, hnn been demon.
'"'btil n nlly by clrcumatance
which hitvn mme lo light lu eniincc
ti ui wilh the ilenth. In December laat.
of a Taunton oracle who ttua known
Ihi.'iighout .sotneret. Devon and Dor
ael hh llillio the Piper " c WkH foe
tnun) ji'itia looked upon an the. AVI
lil'il of the We.t ' nml hunilhl
of lellee, which were found In ,U
lid, It." It Veilie I t an aHtonlahlllg px
tcht the i leilulily of certain people. Ill
Itlll who wiuh 7l-, yearn of ago when
lot died hud lived in the Kntue lnm.i
for forty y.yiH He comm. need llfn
hy haw long pipct. hul iloubtlcHH tho
iiciuniiiian.'i. ho formed wud coiinlrv
foika while ho tt a-, peregriniil Ing xvltli
tin ir hunihle i-litta" opened hi eyen
lo 'heir H,ierHtitou, belief ami in
do, ed him to po iim a iKt iiiiiitcr of
w it.'hciaft ami fortune-teller And it
wiih not only aimple vtlhigera who
wen. I. ,'koiu-d among Hilly' client,
I itrmcr anil well loolo pcopbt fro
( leiilly I'lilixdted htm. the former Ut.
Hexing that lie could iat dhieae out
"( their cattle the latter unnllng
bun a an Infallible aid In the ill,
t ox cry of nml pniii-hm.-iit o' thnt
ttl... had tl i i in them nmiiK
Hilly w iih thin we.ueiipil old man,
a.iy-i aael N,t. Jouriuil. and, In hi
long Interne. cloak nml -omiip.ro
hat wa a familiar tlgurr HU tho
country ii.uiiU 1(1 linger were cot.
ie.l with i in j ami n dilapidated wig.
which entered Ho- top pan ()f hi face,
rein I. 'led lii. appearance uttl-cinclx
t .rioii- i l, s;ui thut when he vlit'.
. I Hon,., part of Sotuerret, ofTera of
I ,ipitallly were t, niiinernua that hn
hud In exeivl.. hia choice. Thla rtroao
from an Idea thai ll waa lucky to havu
I h wi-o man" under tint roof The
letter which weie found in tho liou-o
t the ..hi man' ilenth arc niiMly
rutin lllitc.nl.' .coile
In many reference are made ,o in.
c, i. lire for valuable -.art Ice. ' One
woiiian wrote ('.very thing i going
wtong at my homo to-d.iy I don't
know who,,) l...tl. oi If they chuhimI H
without coming Mother waa going to
luxe the chluiliet awept." and the
iiiiiii l-n't emmt yet. ami I ojct he
w nl come after dinner o aa I ahan'l
huxc n chaiico to burn the water n
you aid. A o I thought of going to
a grand alto nt Kxrter, but they hnvo
caue,l my father to want to gn, and
we cant both get nwuy Alan they
vaii-ed tho girl not to bo ahlo to do
tir work fat enough. '
An oxinuplo of the al, nml Idea that
the wizard could dlx-jlge the name or
a petMin cnemioH la found In tlm
I. tier of a Detoiihito ilrl. who aaya:
"Mm came hack iiyiiln lio,t nlbL 1
hope you will try nml -top her, an it
iimkea me quite III . the thought of It.
I xvUh the old tlnrg wn, dead, a 1
uui afraid ilnuv won't be no peach for
la living I hern I
he la xery friendly
! trioiher what
i Willi Mm tfoc about to plncea with
o I Vc le'cii told. Her iiaiio. I
I have dot. ii all you have told
inc I forgot to tell you before Unit
ho lak.-a iu work whal 1 uhi-.I to do."
A Dovou.hire fanner, equally lm
p'e w rote ! thought I would drop
you a few Km.- to let you know limv
uiiiif nut geinng on. xx e hut emit
h"-! anything aince, hut thing
ii. uo inueii ni it very queer way oni.f
llllii". A they win, not to mink yea
t nl.ix, on,-of the borate, foil into tlm
hclge tioiigh, nml they were obliged
lo o. t two or thrc.i men I.t help It out
ii'iun 1 h.-ivc !oii., nml am dulng
.very murning vthat you told mc I
alioiil'i like tn know who my encinlci
hie. that I might U-vtnm nf them.' A
Hndgevvater "client.'' growing liniiu-
. . . 1 . , . .
ll. nt. thus lllllr.'e.l the w e nuiili
' Dear Mr Hrevnr I have carried out
your lhtr,ie!lon hut I llml ll don't
Infect tho pat tie yet
"Do you think you couhl rccom.
un nil nny other thing to llml them out.
i I fancy I want lo know who It li
thai I doing mr wrong' A woman
living nl We-ton Super-Mare wrote,
ufTci ing Hilly two .hilling, it be could
tell her wlio had u silk hanilkiirchief
which nhe hnd lot A Chard man
coiiiphilnitd that hi too wim awelllng,
ami akei for advice. A young girl
In Wellington Inquired ""Am you
doing the aume trade a you lined to?
If you are let mo know, for I want you
to tell tun aoinethlng aUiut young
umn. ami I will pay you whatever it
the price If you cm do It "
llfiulol III Ul lu apldvra.
"Ono of tho curium thing of thi
life" remark.wl an ni-congrvMUian.
ih tho iletntion of miiiih man to an
him w ithoul regard to the opinion of
the real nf tho world uuit without hope
of reward. 1 know of a man from my
'UX" w"u '' 1';V", I'otlmo U
n.,r-in. ,.,i ,iu AlOP, WHtTd
he had been for two year collecting
Hpccltimii of tpliiort. He tacrlflced
hia life to aphlera. Ho ha left a col
lection of iiiinn 'JH 000 dlttlnct varlw
tloH. Vou would lianlly think there
worn many more apldrrt In uilttence.
1 In miin hut them duck up in e
Hon. Inchiatn fully latmled. Hu l
gau fooling with tpliiort whan a Uiy.
II" liiol u room that he would allow no
uue to aweop or clean, and encouraged
thn "plilet a to hiicIi tin extent that they
w ,:d I'omu to him and feed out of hit
hitml. He discovered thai by reliant.
edi) ueatio) ing a wen a apiuur reaclieU
"JCo where hl M.wer of repnaluclng
wib i uthaiiated When that ttags
M M.K,.,lml , ((U. nt,L.u,,,
od.er aplder killed him ami took hit
, b.i.l of web from him. Jutt Wke a hu.
iiikii Uung don't you aeo'' Hofom till
mail ill.t.l he embalmed hi kliowledgo
of .idiira in twu v iilumim. He wa a
plder crank. " I'llUburg Diipatch.
llrrMa uf liuld.
The fiMlltixt drctaot lu the world
are worn hy the women of Sumatra,
They are made of pure gold and llvnr.
A fti r the metal la mined and m, ted
It la formid Into Hue wlnx which I
woven into cloth ami afterward tnadu
XI Ibl lltir,.
, i Inn -e are ociahle in cliatac
..i anil i-io'e. t tlmin-clvc. agaltnl
..tin uiiiim. l et. by henling togclh
ir in large iiumtici In face of any
gient dnngci 'iich a Mnrui and Urea
tin y unllo in atlll incgcr iHi.lioa. proha.
bly fiom eiillmcut nkdi to the human
ono at ilmlltr crlitv