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EalnrtA u Bsi4 Olaai atatlsr at Iks alVerp
Tdrma of Subaorlptloni
DjJIj bf malt, pm rear M 00
Dal If bf mall, sli mooth I 00
Pallj bf mail, tkrsa months. ... 3 00
Dllj by mall, no mntilb . . t 00
IMItwwI la rilr bf Carrlsr, r
vTsaklf, trr mall J 00
AdtsrUsInf rta mint known ra npplrln
Ornca-No. Ill Wwt lloLh ATtari
IKrtiin II,. IHIIj.CWl 11,1
Hrtioe Tyler, Motion relief agent for
the AUnntiP A Paeift road, ratne In from
PreniNitt, Junction. Arifonn, last night
Antonio J( Cha.e, a brother in law
of lgnocio linen, will marry n dark eyed
onorita at IternHlilluueit Monday morn
ing. V. h'. Illidie Iih iiinde nrranucnieiitn
to nceie trlegraiiiN at the S) F.lmodur
lng the ball gnmen at HI I'h'o nut Sat
urday and Sunday
Herl Martin, represent tig the liK'ky
Mountmn New, iVnver, i in the city,
lie in on hin wny home from 11 trip in
rauthern New Meiico.
Lucan Analln and Mrn Mnriana Pache
ro were marrie.1 yenlerda) by .lunticoof
the Peace Whiting nt Inn ofllce in old
town in the court houne.
J. P. Cham, F. Iluchnnnn and M
Cooney give notice that an eiaiuinnlmn
of public school leachern Wjll tnke place
at Sonirro. Octolier '-'il and '.Tld
Mra. A. II. Meyern will leave thin evni
lng for ToM'kn to tint her daughter,
Mra. (! II. llurna. The lady will be ab
eent from the city for nt leant a month.
W. A. Wilaon, a Kiiiimii C M) ctimmer
rial touriat, will hereafter recognize Al
buqueriiue nn hi henJiUartern, mid will
brnti'.'h out from here on Inn regular trip
to the citieo and towns of the nouthweat.
Sophie Munlemans anil Fanny Wileou
two girln on the row who are "green
eyed" at ench other, were up ttefore .lun
tice Madden yeatrday afternoon, for lin
ing indecent language nnd curning each
David lifer, traveling for a jewelry,
houne, and Cieorgo I. Coruwell, 11 tourut
for h wholeanle ntationery eatablinhmiitit,
I Kith from New York, rame down from
the north I rut night nnd have ample
spread at the Han Feliw.
"On to Durnogu" i the watchword
now. J. W. Ilannn, late Bnker uf the
houne of rvpreaeutnttvee of Colorado, is
here agitating the importance of build
ing railroads into the great Han Juan
country. Our xsiple will do nil in their
H)wer to aid the matter.
J. I". Henry, a capitalist of Hnntn
Monica, Cal., came in from the went Isnt
night nnd in registered at the Arroijo.
He iu a friend of Mine Hoat Mihn nnd
after enjoying tlin day in this enterprir
mg burg, lie w ill laavo to-night for n busi
ness visit to the City of Mexico.
Last evening at the houne of a friend,
Jacob Ieb, of the Southwestern Drew,
ery company, nnd Mina Annie Utrattunn,
a young lady from the east, were joined
in marriage by Justice Madden. Mr.
Loeba ia a most excellent youag business
gentlemen nnd han many friends in the
city who wish him and wife a happy
It was n great nur prise to society thin
morning to learn that Mr. Edward Heck
with, Jr., and Miss I loan Castenndn wore
quietly married lost evening nt the home
of the groom's parents. Ilev. Charles
Pleukharp performed the ceremony in
thu preeenoe of a few iutimate friends of
the contracting parties, Uuccesa to Mr.
and Mra. Beckwlth.
A. V.CIelaud,Jr.,haano1d two line res
idence lots on the Highland, corner
(Sold avenue nnd Walter street, to W. II.
Cook, of California; consideration un
known. Tub CiTizr.M stated a few
days ago that Mr. Cook was here to pur
ohnoti Albuquerque real eatate, nnd it is
now understood that he will soon build
a handsome rwildenco on his purchase,
after which ho will remove from Califor
nia with his family to the commercial
city of the eouthwest Albuquorquo.
J, K. Hurd, who ban been the princi
pal writer, editorially and locally, on
Col, Albright's Second ntreot paper, has
resigned his position, and with his wife
expects to leave for California in a few
day. Mr. Hurd has proved himself a
good nowspaper writer, and lie will no
doubt get on some uf the metropolitan
dsilieii uf the Pacillo const. He could re
turn to Ht. Louin, where a jiosition awaits
his coming on the Missouri llopublir,
but he prefers to remain in the western
K. J. Haling, of the Arm of (leorgo
Oberue it Co., states that wool W coming
In slowly, shearing having been delayed
by the late heavy raina, and much of the
wool that has come into the local market
is in poor condition. PrioeM, consider
ing the quality of the wool, are tery
good. "Owing to the shortness) of the
graas," continued Mr. Hulmg, "caused
by the long dry summer, many sheep men
are not shearing this fall, but will shear
a full year's clip in vhu spring. This will,
of course, make the fall output 11uoh
smaller than ubun., but increase the
spring clip. The recent raina have guar
anteed a winter' water supply, and the
sheep men feel thntwiiu care their sheep
cau work through the coming winter
without much losa.
Mreundrellaw al Nan Ir4re,
At about 1- o'clock Friday uight some
vandal saturated the wood between the
store buildings of Htrutngist and Sugar,
In Han Pedro, eighten wiles south uf Car
rillos, with coal oil and set fire to them.
Uy a lucky accident Mr. Golden, who
had charge of the Sugar store, got up at
this time and succeeded la imothsrlcgj
I out tin) fUmwt, Tl.o sn'urritlon of mnl
oil in thi wimn) could m pUinJy noticed
1 tho next morning. Had t tt Urn gained
I tl) llf.1llw.liy tlllst (l( tllll town, a limit
ishing mming ennp, ouhl have been
( destroyed 1 hit rxcltr incut r linn high
among the iiennle i f Sun Pe-lrn. seiernl
ollu nr lH.(nt( f.io,.,!, , ,M, ,.,,ru,
if enught, will ti prompt!) iIi-mIi with.
There wan nut it dollar of msiirnnce on
1 atif of tli- building or stock of good
ltkli yesterday afternoon, tlm coro
ner's jur, silting 111 Hie ilrl body of
Daniel I' Wool 11, assassinated ht Hun ;
Lireno springs Hnturdn) night, re
turned the following verdict
vVi, tln undersigned, justice of the
h;ic hihI jiirorr, on thu inquest nnthe,
body of Daniel I' Wi.t in, Mini tlint tie
censed came tn lusilentli nt Sim lxr-nro
springs 1 V gllll Shot Wl'Utlil III till, j
blunt f r irsoii t 1 r n- 111H tn iln jur)
Signed Dm i,l Denlmm. justice of the
leMCe, ,1 (' MlifHlmll, . i II Mutism,,
Frank AH). Frank Meredith, A C
( 'or it mill A. .1 Itiio., jurors
The evidence 'brought nut lwfi.fi. tli
Jilt) ik circilllistMtitisI ntfaitist certain ,
pnrtir, who tti.fi neon In go tu tlii 1
mountains Mini ret 11 r 11 tu tin fit on tl. ,
Siiturdn) tlmt WiKitiiii'i. wiul win wot to '
it .Maker. The) hml (in arms Slnr ifT
I'cri- i hns ht .Mi put 111 ni(ii i f tin
t-timin) nt.cl it l hoped, for the pres.- I
vt Mo 11 1 f lux tfiMil turuiil i 11 hliirifT 1
nf ilftrilllliutiull 11 l.i I riiUfNt,'', "nit III
uill ,fi, I HMfi-tiK'iit.i tin Imrrili.i
Tu iiifcMit lit n'l'iiH'k tin" (iriiiul Ann) j
wti'riii.n uf tl. K WurriMi Nit, No. .", .
Hill lllllll H II. IV1 ink" lit .lutir I (llllltll'
nlUi'i for tlm iurw i f t uk 1 ci 1 ikhiik nc
tiun u'iii tin' murilfr of tlieir I'oiuruili,
iJnhii'l I'. WiMiton.
Tin tnuriliri'il mini, tiii'oriliiit; to
hiiih fnuiiil 111 Iiim truuk mill mi Inn
itm, wiih iilii tin. orilirmr)' 111
iuIhIIik'i'Iici', mill linn i'i'rri'Miiiileil for 11
tiiiiiitM-r of infiunTii lliroUK'luiul tlii
I'lllti-il StllllH lit lnotit(i'il to Co (.',
tint rfiuiriit of tin' tWoiiil cnviilr) of
tin tmliniin voliiotiTi, hn I'lirnllcil m
tin iWth of Auk'iiHi, Im'iI, Mriiit( tliriK
fiiri tlirotiuh tlio liutt.'Ht tiinoof tin n
lxl I inn. Hi uiiM iIiwIiii'mI on Pih'i'iii
lMr :il, lNl'l ut Miiwih)' t'ri'k, I'tti 11 , 1 y
ipiih'iii of rf i'iilmtitiK mm 11 VKtiTiin olun
tfcr, thi ilinohHrKi U'Iiik Hiuned liy Jo
ni'pli W. Htnrr, cniilnui of Iiim couipnuy
Aftr rn eiiliRliuu liu im uiinlc rooonil
JusutriiHtit 011 Snit 1'-, 1H4I,jiiiiI tvita lion-
orulil) iIiwIihtk' it from tln nrmy Jul)
VIM, lSH'fcl, t NiikIiIIi, Ti'tili. .WIiiIii in
Di'iimt In tuikihi iippliriitmn for b hmi-
nioii, on tlio kjmuiiil of 11 iloublo linrnui
rontrneti-il ilunuu tin war.
IIih u iff, l)ilut .) Wix.tijii, i n Clirn
tliiu noii'ticn lii'iilcr, riwulintf ut DiMivcr.
Sim lui Imii notitlivl. Tin von will ur-
rive Hum ftuiiii; from Dutivrr
Four of Iiih II mi brotlicrH am niirnttliTB
of tin ( infpt'l, ox followM: lli'v. A. J.
WiMiton, of WiniiliimtiT, I i.S ; Kv. Ihoiu
P. WiMiton, of l'Krnmlf, town; 1CV. W.
H. iVooton, of l)i Moitii, lowu; lt v.
Vnilrew Wootnu, of (JIkm Kliinr, Khiihiik.
Auotlii'r ItrotliiT, lltinry V. Woolon. re
niiliri nt Kukomo, Ind., niul 11 intiT, Mth
Iivimu II. Wrnver, live at l-'loreniv,
Ili hnd prcpnrpil to unnd them photo-
Krnphs of Intuholf, which ho lino had
taken at W. F. Trout lo'ti plmlorfriiph hI-
lery on (Sold venui, and in riich I'll
vluK, ad Jr fined to tticiu worn tlirm
Al.1ifg1r.ug11., Juno 11.
l)ur Hro. and nil:
I ciil'Iiiw photo. Cnu't you folkM do
thnHiimn in ri'turn? 1 inn well and hI-
wu)s m poet to bo. KrtT yours,
Undertaker Hlronu to-dny notitli'd all
his rlntive of Iiih niurder.
Monday evininf, nt H o'clock, in th
Highland MnthodiHt church, Mr. Coor
11. llrown, one of the heiul clerki for
llullock, Ilnkfr A Co , and MmnLillmtiOl
ivi Harnett were united in the Loly txindi
of wedlock uy tlx pnnt.ir,IUv. I) P, llrow n.
An tlm couple murchiMl down the uinle of
the church to the attar. Mow Htelln
ItoatriKht reudured euH'rbly Mendt-U-
aohu'tf wedding march on the orKtn,
Follow inK I tin marriKite ceremony Mr,
mid Mrc llrown held n plennnnt recep
tion, which wiib attended by n number of
inliiuiito frienda, ut their ruauleuou on
Walter utrnet. 'J'he bridu ia n (inter of
Mra. II. A. tileyiter. The following in 11
linrtial lint uf the prewntu rAceived:
HliH'l eiiKrHViiiK, in beautiful fmnie, from
Mr. mid Mr. IJ. W, Champion and Mr.
and Mm. H I), llullock; Umyroa rug
from B. H Callendur, uut uImm Wrry
IkiwI from Mr. and Mr&J. II, lleed.nolid
ilrer butter diah from Mr ami Mra. M.
V. Nettleton, solid ailviir butter knife
from V. Moore and Kdwurd Clayton ,
ouveuir apiKin from Harry and lleiwis
Hiilli'nltfi IninilHoine dumntk towels
from Mi km Hlellu lioatriuht, huodnouio
viimt from Mra. (! V. Champion; ailter
butter knife from Mr. and Mra, C. F
lliuley, aoliil nlver nutfar tonga from Mr,
and Mm Italdriilue; carvliiKt from Mr,
and Mm. II. A, Hleyatcr; Ixjuutlful water
ol iu ailver ataud from Kudolph 1 lei
wig and Frank Htuart; haudaome em
broiderfnl hniiderchlnf from Mum Vlr-
Kinia Dox; (kilid eilyer bon boa dish
fn)tn Mr- and Mra. Fred llatton.
Little Kobbie Hopkins, the pretty four
year old son uf Mr. and Mrn. It. W.
Hopkins, had a birthday party yestor
day, and hi papa and mamma gave up
the whole house to him and the Hlow
ing little friends: Hurry, Kthel and
"Haby" Fluke, Jimmy and Kllen Mo
Clure, Ijorion Jr., nud Herbert Miller,
Herbert, Dona and Nettie Kaukin, Wnl
lace and Lillian llenseldec, Ada Caup-
fleld, (lladys and Hoy Hall, Charlie and
Elsie Meyers Little Itobbie wns the
reoipi- ut of many pretty preaenls and
When the hair shows signs of falling
begip nt otico to use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
This preparation strengthens the scalp,
promotes the growth of new hair, re
stores the natural color to gray and
faded hair, and renders it soft, pliant,
The Han Jnr Kail Airre ilamll-
Ian IntllrtrA far MMrtlrr.
'1'ho jury In the inm of the Unite!
.Stalea i A M Hnn, rlmrged with tin
embi'Zleini'til of minify order fund
while iMintuiitkti'r of (Inllup, it.uiie into .
niurl tlili murniiikr and rriortil that
they fnile.1 to agree
The jur) wan (
The jur) In the Kwan enne in ff-rl.tl 1 wlnrli wnn nevernl ).'nr ngo recommend
to In n utiMxl six for inimclinn and six j e.1 for tunllnuntion li) Sure)or (leiiernl
for aiquitlal. Julinti It wan on the above grsnt, at
III the cinrn of Juan IluntiMinnil Fell the Had lorelifil sprll gn, where Daniel
Snnche de Moutnya, rlmrgeil with'!' WiMiton wan Hmuwiiniilml
milliter), the defeiiilintn were nrriilgn.-d J 1 M,uMi H(U, y, ..vi.k, w l.ile two
ami plead not guilt). , girln fnun Copper aiemie wer-return
The cne uf the 1'iiile.l State vn lh-r j mg from n jiiutit In old town in a hack,
i.nr.l Hup.r. ult.ry, 1. n.. un trial j r,,, ,r ,,) nr 0
1 mi i.'rriu.riHi ra.e- aoieii Umli er-
IVrr.l.ir) . I'mnk Van I.inen, im-e
Ixilnl, dlnt'linrgril nt i'imI nf ilefeudsilt
IVnrl I idiln ta. F.llm W ( itiili-, iiiri'i-.
li.il.ru of pulilirntn.il tiled, ilei ree pro ;
i'iUif-eMi I'll t rr ivl , and catlne referred tu
Mr Fmii'iil lo tnke leHtimmi)
.Inliii Miller n r.itnniklno Chnis, nr.-
n tt m 1 1 1 , defendant called and default
The run nf 'Ihnluri II Cltroll .
Pnt-i-unl Crnig, rei'eiiil tent to thin)
(-uut) mi a chnnge uf eniiefroin .Santa 1
re I'liuul), in 011 stipulation chunked
aginii t i Simla I V i minly.
Muinlell llrim. A (V). h .limeph W. .In
seph. petition for teener; ilcfenil-ml .
"""''" 1 ''''' I'1" 7'-
fen-i lieretofure i'II'iTihI ns to Otudiiff '
Hml letnlers miswer
The territnnul grand jury, inrrstignt
lug the rhurge of assault with deadly
we.imii upon F. L. F.iiuiihi by M. Tier
lie), reported no true bill.
The territorial guml jury returned a
true bill i.g miht Snuiiii-I M. Carter fur
assault with nileadl) wenpon iiiti Frank
.1. Iluhbell nt Piijurito hist July.
.,, . I. . . . I 1 .1 i
Iw" "'I"'1 reliirnwl by the j
I.irrit mil i.rKiul Inn- ,i..,.i,lki .l,l,
, ,,r """"" ,,,H ",r ,,,,r,,"i
steiil.ng llamilti... u a (lallup prisoner
and stole ., hursr from (leorge W . Ilight.
the shi op raiser, lie killeil a coal miner, j
limned John Melolg.,,,, nt one f H"-
lallup m.iiea with r. Uire UI. h
11 it 1 1 a
the head, the wounds rfHUltuiu 111 .101111. .
a few hours afterward.
The Ma nca.'d'l.Klcl w ill coi.vei.. '
" . 1
,n his c,,,n,xt month
Dr heeler, a dentist from Sutiln re, ;
will locate tu Albuquerque.
The Sin Lar.nruii mine i San Pedro
will U' shut down for 11 few weeks.
Noempt) wlrsky barrels nre shlpied
from Alhuquerque. Tliey nre bought by
the wine makers.
Judge Detiham iiITith a reAnrd of tW
for the iirriwl atnl conviction of the as-
suhmiu of I). P Woolon.
(ieorge llerthold, one of the city's 0I1I
1 1 me butcl.er.1, haa connected himself
with the miMi market of William Fur r.
Iu the Denver railroad meeting very
little was said about the wild iden of
building a goone neck railroad from Lna
Vegns to El Paso,
The ladies of (Wrilloa have organized
a temperance society, with Mr. Jackson,
president; Amy Amli-tson, secretary,
nnd Mrs. Ames, treasurer.
Two furnished rooms for rent. Suit
able for lodging or light housekeeping
Enquire ot Mrs. lluthorfurd, corner
Hroadwny and Iron nvenue.
Justice of the Peace Whiting, of uld
towu, was called from his sleep nt 11 p.
m. Tuesday night by Joee Ortir, who
wished to marry n fnir damsel, named
Deloridii KuU. They were married.
Ilev. J. A. Mennul returned from Flag
stalT last evening, accompanied by Ilev
I. T. Whitttemore, of Florence, rtritonn.
Whilo ut FlngntatT he "installed Ilev.
Uobt Collranu ns pastor of the Presby
ChhH. Manning died nt tho Atlantic it
Pacillc hospital this, morning from'hem
orrhnge of the Isiwels. His remains
nre Issiug emhultaed by Undertaker
Montfort, nnd will b shipped lo Kansas
City. Hi was aged years and wne a
Lieut. F. W. Sibley and wife aro at
the Son Felipe from Fort Wingate. L.
M. Hurl, Colon Augur andduy Carleton,
ml oftlcers of the Cnited States army
at Fort Wingate, are here. They are
witnesses in a larceny cote, which will
soon bo tried in the district court.
Mrs J. I D. Morrison, mother of Mrs.
Clnrk M. Cnrr. ot Wiugnte, with her ned
mother, Mrs. A. McOnire, arrived last
night from St. Lonis. Mr. and Mrs. Can
are expected in from the west this eveu
ink, when tho visitors will go out to Mr.
Can's ranch to remain a few days.
The board uf couuty commiseiouera
yeeterday selected the site tor the bridge
across tho Ilio Oratule south of this city.
Providing right of way is given tho bridge
will be located just south ot tho Hllva
lco house in Hnrolaa. Commissioner
Itinera is to-day at Pajartto securing the
right ot wny of land owners uu tho oppo
site side ot the river.
A. C, Woolon, son uf Daniel P. WwS
on, eMUMinaled laat Saturday ulght al
Hnn Lorecr.o springe, In the Snndia
mountains, arrived last night from Den
ver, nnd before he caw the body ot his
dead father he recognized his silver
watch, which was shown him by Justice
ot Ihe Peace Dunham. Tho body will be
buried in Fairview cemetery to-morrow
morning nt 10 o'clock under the aunpicea
of O. K. Warren post No. 5, funeral oc
curring from Strong's undertaking es
tablishment. Iet a good crowd attend
the laat sad rites it a man who was as
sassinated in cold blood.
Marshal Mastou, who has been away
over the Atlantic it Paoillo, as far west
as I Angeles, after the Hoeing watch
robber, relumed last night. He traced
the culprit from Coolldge, where he sold
Ernest Msysr'o gold watch and chain lo
Chas, Paxton, to Gallup, and from there
he heard ot him at several plaoea. He ia
a slick thief, carries) 11 pistol and U dan-
Reroim, and tlitia nvo'ded capturr, at
lliiiiigh Mnmhal MiiNton wn aiwiateil In
thi'M'Kri'h by Hpijml Deiprlire Keonau,
f Hie Atliiitii'.t Pncitli' road. At lm
AlU'elea the whole (hiIhv f ti-e of lint
oly wn on Hih look mt for the thief
" ' ,
"t 1 'Ha,
I'n.i'e Henry ('Mrpvitor,
canon, in in the rit) He linn left
Cm rr.H i fllci 'SH'r ihoniug that there
is such a grant a the Ciinoti de Cnruuel,
rrnnleiii-.' uf W II Chllder.. mid one of
the t'lfln erreameil "Munler," nt tha
HI,. , ffn tht I nok
fell iiilentl; to tie groin ), noil wiih
pn-keil up b) the ilnxer and taken to
.r , ,), ,lm,l(( ( t)
hour', hnUlnl li Ihe girl's 'ner, wati'll
i'i nt her bednide i a tliuilght at
tl rt that she was Iwi'lly irijiirml, hut lhi
lunrning rlie in rtxirtiil all right, except
a illnliK'iit-d I1111I1, mid a fe'A hrill-iH
about her body.
1 In the fan of IVrfertu Ariuijo t al i.
, tliMefit Armij 1 et al chaiiii'r) , 1-1 un 1 1 111 11
, mils nnd ih'IiIiiiimth i- iiim into roiirt Mid
Illil tllkt I lit, n 1 1 1 1 1 1 ilxfi'llil'ililn lii.rMIII.
A)llllll ,,., ,, ,,,, Ani,
mnile default. llurklmM enlerH np
.. . , .
11111 n I'll iin.i-iii .11111 jw, iiii.'iiiniw
Ariiiijo mid Anita Ariuiju. minor iiefend.
nniH The court npjroiuleil Mr, llurkhart
giiariliiiii ml iitum
III ciiH- of the Culled Sla'es vs. II. r
liaril Itnppf, hfter tlo t'lnl hail p in'iiil
ed for several .'iiiurs, the pr sii'iilinv at
turn-) ilim'iii.r.M".lnit one uf Ins must
luiMirtant uitiiesen was ill and c Ml I
tl.it I'Olllf. Ill CI 111 f t. Illlll I III. I'll. II. Ill II ..r..t.-
, ,. . ,llirtll.H .,.,.,, ,
l.-cnr,, IJar.h.analiii. uf Hal), wns
,,, , , i.mgn of , ilicnship
()f , VmU s,(tl.H
Tll t.ri(ll(, Jllr) M,lllf , twi, U)Wx
,,,,, relurnnil ,,,,1 , u. ,,,,
t i:m(1 SI.M ,.,,,,, s,ver,
Inloio llotiinro unil Iororiro Saircim.
conspiracy to disturb settlers on pub.ic
Th" -K,"",f H'" '"itil Sta'es vs. John
11. wikxi, or waliup, iiew .Mexico, is now 1
o lr,.,l. The ilefen.!,,,,! , , charg,,! wi'ln
hav.ng eiiihzled Hinn-thilig over flllHli
from tne timney order ruml- nf the guv.
eriiment wliile lie was pu-ttuiaNtir at (ial
lup, two yenrs ngo The trial will lm
concluded th s afternoon.
This morning at .Yl.'i o'cl.'i k a lire was ltr lu re from St. Iiius Mr. McCiury
discovered in the oil .mil tool house on ,H u( Ml , uw f ju,go H. L. Warren,
the .... side of the rmlnnid truck.. j w 1)r1l,t( (lf s, j ,)( Ml)1((
loth of the hose c....p,.,.cs and H'" ! ,ltr . ,, u l,ua,lo,. Mr,
Hooks were on the grounds a few mm irm,u M ,,, f ,c ,)lr(BWi whj
ules after the lire Ml mumled the alarm , , H,,(wlIIl( 1h. K.nlt....r n courtesies to
and saved the cur inspeitorH otllce i-d ,,,i
jotuiug, but the llmnee had secured a'
g.MMl foothold .... tho burning structure
nnd it was entirely consumed
The building, which In-lunged lo the
Santa Fe road, wan removed to Hum city
almut live years iigo from Wallace, but
the oil nud tools were .hn property of the
Atlantic ,t Paoillo roml. Master Me
chanic llnncock, of the hitter Mini, stated
to The Cituk.n that there were some
vuliihble tools in the house, and he esti-
mi-tee hi company's loss nt about $8(10.
.,. i.T mi- i.wu,.,,,v n ni iiuuui
Tlm ho...., wu. ,.l,l hn.lil,.,,. .r,
. .. ...... .....
proonuiy mw, mnKing tue entire cei
i-.ii'i(i t. r ii. iu i
about fl.iO. Ihe origin of the tire is
unknown, but it is safe to say that it was
caused from cnreleesuess. There was
no insurance on the building, oil or tools.
The (irnnls were the only huse ci'inpnny
with a stream ot water playing on tin
The memlierH of (. K. Wnrren post,
O. A. II., met lust night to take action
on the ntsuasinulion of D. P. Woolon,
which occurred last Saturday night in
Tijeraf cnuou. The veteruus determined I
to do ull in their power to bring the ns- (
saa-tiu to justice, nnd adopted the fol- j
lowing resolutions: I
Wheniss, Comrade I). P. Wooton was
nasaHsinnted in cold blood on or about
the 10th day ot Oololier, 181)1, ut his
cabin nt Lorenzo Springs, in Tijeras
canon, in Dernnlillo county, territory of
hcress, The coroner's jury em
panelled for the purpomi of eliciting
evidence, failed to produce any clue by
which tho a etnas i u may bo apprehenil
od. lleeolved, That wo, members aod
comrades of O, K. Wnrren Kst, O. A. It,
department of New Mexico, do Ktition
the Hon. L tirnilford Prince, governor of
the territory of New Mexico, to otTor n
reward for the apprehension, capture
and conviction of the murderer.
W. H. Hl llKK,
Hishop W. V. Mallalien, ot the Method
ist Episcopal church, is at the Hnn Fe
lipe. The bishop came in from Flag
staff, where he presided over tho delib
erations of the Arizona conference, hav.
inu previously hnld three conferences of
his church in California. Tueedny and
Wedneaday nf this week ho was in the
Navajo country planning for and inspect
leg work ot his church. Wedneaday of
next week ho will hold the Euglish
speaking conference ot bis church for
New Mexico at Lis Vegaa. He is hero
to tireiide over the Spanish conference
nf the church, which is supposed lo com
mence at Peraltn, Valencia county, this
morning. He ia accompanied in his trips
by Ilia eon, W. E. Mallalleu, or Uoston.
This morning the team of P. A. Simp
son rnn off. He was passing down First
street, toword Itailroad avenue, when a
country team ran into him orj.d hia horses
took fright They turned the comer at
Itailroad avenue and rapidly ran up the
avenue tpward the mountains. Mr
Simpson kept the horse in the middle
ot the road uutil the buggy struck a low
plnoe where water-mains had boon laid
acroea the street, Here he was tbrowu
out and dragged a few feet, sustaining
several bad bruises ucd outs on the
right aide. The runaway horses were
captured bv Johu Trimble on horseback.
The pole of the buggy was broJwu.
TIIK NWTI1VIUT KMAI.
r.n.l,.M,r .nreltNB llelrt M( Oprr
llnnxp l.nxt Ktrnlnic.
Piimuiiiit to call n uirtiM un cting of
iMil.'in wi.n he d nt Oraut'ai Mrn hiium
Isnt evening hear Mr HnuuH regard
, , m , ,0
Mutliwi..rii Colors.lo M. P. Htnmui
was rliairiiinn and N. C Collier secre
tary. Mr. lUnuii etplniued fulf) the objict
and 'Xir'tntionn nt Ins compnny, nnd
nskrd the io-oerntion of the e.ple ut
thin i'ity in the enterprise, to secure u
surve) of the proponed mad frntii thin
rity to Farmingtnu, to wlnrli ixiiul he
hnn a line Miri)i'd fnun Corter., (Jul.
His reiunrke were iiiilruclive and were
liMfiii'd to with rloee attention
At iliKilomi of Mr. Ilnunn'a retunrk,
11 iiitiiliiitteo nf llfteeu were liniued to
nolp'il Ihn iiMCem-iiry fuudn to muke the
nllrve). The fiillnwing gentleuifli were
iihiiiihI In act in cutijillictl li with (even
from the Ciiinmeri'ial club. M P.Siamui,
cliHiriuiiii; N. II Field, N. C. Collier,
lyiniin Miller, 'A. It. tjuickel, L H
I'miili'i', J A. Weiiimmin, J. T Harm
Thie m iruuiw' the (!ummeruiHl club
t'lHIIIllit li i' nf seleti I'll lelis, ( i L. lirook
riiHir iii.ui, 111.1l liu. citizen's cummitteo uf
I'gh'.M P Stamm chmrmnn, met and
org 11 ir.... I the wise seleclinn nf Hun. iler fluids, which was commenced yeeter
II. Il IVikiii-miii lis I'liinriunii uf Ihe 1 duy, iK'CUiiiil tlm attention of the court
I mt ci'tiiiniltiw.. anil Jeese M WheoliK'k nil this morning.
B-i'ui..i). Uur tin iiiiM'tuig the joint i The cujm is being moil vigorously pros
ciimiinll.. in u Isxl) started outturn' 1 ecut-il by the Cnited Statin attorney,
licit miIi cripti. 1 m, .mil urn meeting with ' Hon Eugene A. Fislie, and the (Intend
k'tnul nn-.i Mt. I here ih 11 notable liber lint's interests lire vigilantly watched by
alit) I'u-plu.wil m the subsi riptiiiiin of 1 Inn counsel, MeisrM. II S. Itodc) and N.
the thiee Imtikii m.il uur nicrchiiuts. V. (Jollier.
l'licy kiiiiA' that the road wi. open up n;
grand o utitry, which will be to Albu-i
ui riUe mid the lim Oinnde valley whnt
j th Atlantic A Piicillc has icn and is
now. AH the inoiie) iniiirid for the
i.r. ..... n ..11 .tt, .u ... ....! .. I...
,,. .-..., j n,,,.i-i in i-.in-uiril l, in.
siiUcriU'ii In thu even.., i.
I Kriuii tin Hull). I li t. 16 . . ,,. , ,..-,.,,
Cl.an ll.ird.ng, a nifn-luiiit of OhIIup. 1 hmI early on Monday
is in the city on court business. , morning following. They have en-
,.. ... 1 deavored to show that a telegram wn
"Chief Justic Malotiey, of (Inllup, 1 . , , ,. . . ,
, , ".sent to the inspectors here no'ifying
Iiiin a Hmr opinion of federa oil n.'iiiH. ,,. . ... , ... , ,. ,
1 I them of the fact that the train wns late
Dr T. P Itotillimll in building II two- on .he Snturd.iv nn whin m..n..v
! tr.v stone biiHiueiH houee at (allui,
fi't in dimi'iunins.
j lt'scr has built 11 ueut reel
deuce, at (lallup. mid his family arrived
from Santa Monica a few da)s ago.
l)r T. A. Edward and wife, of Den-
, u ., . ,., '
. " " ' ' "i" ' ""
a sptcmlist tu certain diseases, nud
ihiuks sernusly of loiNting here,
1 ,,. , .
W . M. Mc( Inrj ami child, iiccom
ntitiii'il b) the mother ot the getitleniHii,
Liuirillishop was up before Justice
,., lhm n(prmxm for threatening
tho life ot Henry Clnrk. Hoth are color
ed Hishop wan sent over to the county
Mrs. Annie Norton, principal of tho
Methodist Industrial school in this city,
will attend the miMsion conference in Ins
Vegas next week, reading a paper ou a
subject unsigned her.
I Andrew Smith, superintendent of
, , , .,
trnnstH.rtat.on of tho Atlantic A Pacillo,'
I end wife, scroti) named bv their friends.
. , ,. ' ; ' :, . ..
C. H. Sutton an 1 wife, of ToK)kn, Khh.
i ,. , . . ,
sns, nrriveu inline insi evening.
Tho San Lazarus mining company nt
Hun Pedro bus placed Mr. Newberry, for
merly Ixnikkeeper for the concern, iu the
Kuition ot manager, tho place held by
H P. Conger, the locutorof the property.
Miss A. A. Dalzell, of Now York, n
young lady who suffers greatly with her
thront, has come to thu Ilio Ornndo val
ley in hope ot getting relief, Hhe was
advised by a physician, who formerly
made n visit to this city, lo nock the cli
Two lots on the west side of First
street, between Itailroad nnd Copir
a von lies, hnve lieen purchased by Ed
ward Quickrl for ftr-VX) from Chnrlee
Kennedy, of this city, and Fred Wnlsen,
of Denver. 'Ihe lots nre now occupied
y Andy Home's livery stable.
V. P. Edie. the wool rustler for (leorge
Olierne it Co., who makes tho best of
them hustle when he takes Ihe road,
came in from the Nuvnjo country last
night. Volr.ey reporis the fall wool clip
of the Indians much lighter than for
several seasons, nnd states that most ull
thu wool out thore ot this season hiu
Manager Uobsl nnd Chief Clerk Walk,
or, of the Atlantic ,t Pacific, nre the
right gentlemen in the right placos.
They are energetic, young nud can
rush through n lot of business with ac
curacy and dispatch. Tho board of di
rectors mndo no miatake when it agreed
to place .dr. (label at thu head ot tho
Atlantic it Pacific.
-On to Durnngol" "On to Farming
ton" Is a cry golug up fiom many wide
awnke citizens ut Albuquerque, who are
alivo lo the advantaged to 1m derived
from having railroad connection with
noithwest New Mexico and southern
Colorado. Tho commttteoe oat solicit
ing funds are meeting with success, only
one gentleman, who owns considerable
real estate, rotuslng to liberally donate.
County Commissioner Itibera returned
from Psjarito this afternoon. He tecur
ed the right ot way from the owners ot
land in that precinct for the bridge
acreni tho Ilio Grande from the river to
tho public road. Solon E. Iloee deeervos
credit for donating R0 feet through his
land for the road, Messrs. Sim peon and
Niok Sinchez donate the right of way on
this ride the river. The bridge will be
built this winter.
Yesterday afternoon a common black,
bird Hew up to the window of the
room occupied by Major Msynedler and
wit! at the Ban Felipe, and picking on
the glasa deal rod to get In the room
The window waa hoUted and the lltU.
waif at once made hlmaolf at homo.
'Fliiat morniAif tlm lnnl w. r.ni..i .
,, Collimoruih CJU,, ,, w H
,. , , ' ,,r
the tHituleiou wrder of the club, la i,ow
ijuite fmniliNr with Ida bird friend
1 " " 1 " um
mer w ill rrmember "Humeo," the lx.autl
l,'l,t' pride nnd pet uf th
Viaitor t Camp Whitcomb lunl rum
camp, "lUMiifir is no more. Home
lleiid. In Iiuiiihii form, tired n charge of
huckthol into him, which caiiM-d his
death lifter much nulTeriug.
'Ihe paer nt Li.s Vcgnn, edltiil by two
men whose liver need doctoring, now call
thmxH'ley "rnt p!nguel," Here is their
luti-t: "A cat in the Intent k nil of trump
rexrteil. Ilrnkemaii Amos Klinu found
one tr)iug lo stent n ridefrom Alhuquer
queon the blind bnggage. That cat wns
not well posted. Hhe ought to hnvn re
iiialurd iu the rat-plagued Km (Irnnde
valley, and not hale tried to ccme to m
Vegan where no rntn nre."
After court wns reconvened IIiIm morn
, lng, the tlrnt enne cnllisl wns that of the
Cnitril Htaten vs IVtronillo Chaves, no
lation of the reieuiie law. The ciiuso
was dinmianetl by plaintill on defendant
pnyiiig cools uf suit.
Tim trml of the i'nn of the Culled
States vs. John WimkI, of (Ir.llup, nc-
ciiihhI uf the emU'Zlemviil of money or
The iriiS4cutuui, in clnsiug it side nf
cam, showed a I alance due from the de
j feiulatit to the Cnited Sate of 8 1.1 H
The defense im now U'liig siil iinttcd to
the jury, and have ehown that the money
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1 ,.1-11,1,11111-1, i, I'M1 I, U , r I II II1IH1 1 II1SI l-CIOlS.
im .,,' oven ps.u on n nniur
ilnv III, ,1,1 II... Ull. .. l.'.l
was lo have Wn turned over, and thus
I excuse their delay 'I hey have iiIho eti
1 deavored to show that the defendant was
oontlned to his house for ten month prior
to the appointment of his successor, dur
ing which time theulllco was in the hands
of a diiputy , that the defendant repented
ly wrote lo the nuthoritic asking that
they accept IiIh lesignation; that the oc
casion of the inspection of his accounts
wca Drst intimation he had of a bal
ance ngalnst him, and that ho ut once
agreed to pay it.
A Lost Child.
Marshal Miuton has n notice from
Hta Hailey, of San Hornardino, Cal,
which rends nn follows:
I am trying to tint! my father. I am
told that hi name is James E. Hntley
! 1 '' n, r-collectton of him, nor do I
remember that I ever looked upon the
foce of a relntive. My mother died lit
teen years ago n Uoone county, lows,
whea I was only n )enr old. Shortly
aftor mother's death I was adopted by a
neighbor named Morgan. When I was
about eight yearn old we removed lo
Nebraska, and at this time father norms
to havo lost truck of me. I understand
that he endeavored to Hod me, but wns
IIIMHll 1111, UJ Hll lUlori'SICO PBriT, MJ Oe-
jMVB ,i1(ll i i1B1 dii ih,vo cnlv,a.
naeeiy iei, by nn interested party, to be
1 rwitiilv luartuwl that it M rirnn na ta.aaeah nut
i " V
nr parents. I am prowling my day
amotnr atranser. Thev ar n,,tl.ini I,
among strangers. They are nothing to
me; I nm nothing to thstn. Tho thought
makes mo homexick and lonely and end.
I believe my own dear fnther Is living
somewhoro in this wide, wide world, and
if he is I mean to find him You can
assist me, if you will; but I can offer you
no rewnrd at pteaent, except my grnti
tudo and my blessing.
The funeral of Doiel P Wooton no
curred from the undertaking rooms of
O. W. Strong at 10 o'clock this morning.
The eervioea were conducted ondor
the nuspiee of tho O. K. Wnrren post,
No. f, and the sermon was preached by
the Itev. Mensul, who also rend the bene
diction nt tho grave iu Fairview ceme
tery. Out of respect to tho deceased,
not n brick mason laid n brick this morn
ing, and they attended the solemn ser
vices in n body. The pall bearers were
as follows: From tho (Jrnnd Army U.
J. Lupe, I). L. Hnmmis nud H. Dnrtoloni;
from the Hrickmanon'n Union Joseph
Hnokett, Clarence McNealy and William
The Albuquorquo si!er cornel band
were out nn serenading tours luat night.
They tlmt called nt J. F. Luthy'a resi
denoe, where they treated tho gentleman
nnd his excellent family to some delight
ful music, ' The gentleman responded
promptly, much to the joy of the muai
oiniiB. The band then proceeded to the
Atlantio it Pacitlu hospital, and tho mu
sic they rendered was a solace uf sweet
ness to the injured and sick ot this excel
lent and worthy institution, They also
surprised Mr, and Mm. W. J. Tway, new.
ly wedded, an account of their marriage
Last evening at tho Presbyterian
church, Itev. Heattiu united in marriage
W. J, Tway, the well-known Second
street painter, and Miis Lir.zie Fay
daughter ot Mrs. Annie Fay, who con
duota Ihe Journal lodging quarters. Fol
lowing the ceremony, the happy couple,
with a number of friends, mot at Mrs.
Fay's and enjoyed a very pleasant recep
tion. A number nf handsome and coolly
present were receivod by Mr. and Mrs,
Tway. Tha couple left .net night for a
short bridal trip to Hantn Fe.
The territorial grand jury for the pro
tent term of tho diatnet court is pretty
badly mixed with representatives from
many nationalities, Twenty-one mem
bers constitute the jory as follows: Two
Germans, two Hebrews, two Africans,
one Bohemian, one Scotchman, one Ital
ian, odd Swede, ten Moxicans, and laat
but not least one Yankee,
ivuotd.'v iw i'r.m,o.
Chieftain Nprnka Klwdt) mt the
Thu Pueblo Chieftain tins the follow
ii g aero tit i f Daniel P. Wooton, Who
wns nsMnssliiiileil at Hnti Irviizo springs
last Sal mla) not in the evening aa wan
tlrnt thought, but some time In the aftor
niton, an u now known (xsiltmily, for tho
shot whs heiml by piutic nt Camp Whit
ontub: Dsn Wooton was one of the old-timers
of Pueblo, though n mau don't have to
Ih grsy of hair for that. He was about
4ri years old, ntaUnrt In build, and uf
gentle voice and courteous bearing. Us
wiu a man of education, nud has written
some good thing for the pre. Twelve
yearn ago he wns running a saloon in a
little fmino building where Hlegel'a dry
gisals store now stand. The buslnra
was very iirolltable in I luxe days, but the
quiet inlluetivi', the prayer and persua
sions uf his wife, won him awjy from it.
Wooton quit selling liquor and obtained
the appointment of kee'icr of the old
Afterwards hn wns elected marshal ot
the north side, and held that ofllw two
term. He wns nn efllcleut ollloer, and
oiiu who attended to hin business with
earnestness nnd fidelity. Nut only wn
he won ovrr from his former life Dy his
noble Christian wife and manly eon, but
he wan nnturnlly n man of Imoevolrnt
dlsMsilion nnd generous impulse),
though of a Mvretivn turn, of mind. It
hnn never Inhii in the papers, but we
happened lo know that Dsn Wooton was
one of n little circle of halt n dozen who
iilterest.d themselves Iu the good of pen
Itetitiary convicts on their liberation,
making it n point nt their own eitiense to
supply each one, when ikmsiImV, with
chillies or other necessities on Ills de
parture from Canon City, but especially
iu lltiditig employment for him nt autre
plnce distant from hin former Inlltiencee,
Mr. Wooton, while nut n inuu who was
"impiibir with the Ikivs" in nsoolnl sense,
I. nil the renl rerect of i he community,
and Ins midden dentil will be u shock to
nil who knew him. He removed with
his family to Deliver about two yenrs
Considerable has been said, pro nnd
con, about the Canon del Caruuwl grant
some lieheviug that no grant ever ox
iBtcd and others juat the opposite but
io eatirfy those in doubt Tin: ClTm:
)esterday examined Ihe pam, wherein
Surveyor tieneral Julian, whilu hn was
tu olllce, recommended the approval of
thoigranl by emigres. The government,
ns uannl, delayed Ihe mntter; Wooton
tiled upon l('0 acres of the grant, includ
ing the Sail Iirenzo springs, Ignorant of
tho fact that there was in existence a
grunt, nnd for so doing he wna nssassi
tinted iu cold blood. The fact of hi fet
tling at the springs, occupying other peo
ple's land, in no reason for the horrible
crime. There are other usys a man can
tie removed for the unlawful Missesion
of properly leside placltn: the muzzle
of u deadly wenK)ii to his face nud oot
ing him to death.
Abbreviated Toplra About Kallrcada
ami their Kutployrn
A number of engine, were 'left at the
Union shops Inst week for repairs.
A railroad into the Jellies hot springs
neighborhood would pay from the start.
Agitato tho scheme.
O. M. Pond, chief clerk for the Hnntn
Fe at Ilatou, and wife, have returned
from their visit to Iowa,
The Hnltimure A Ohio will issue 10
millions in stock for the purpose of mak
lng needed improvements.
Frank Uissett, an old time railroader
ruumug in and' out of lUtun, has quit
railroading for the time Idling,
W. O. McCormick, rheumnltcnlly in
clined is nt the Atlantio it Pacillo hos
pital here, nnd is reurted improving.
J. E. Miller, assistant general freight
agent ut tho Atchison, Tupeka it Hauls
Fe, waa married on October 14 to Miss
Mary Estolle Wlllinms, of Ht. Paul.
The Ibiilwny Employes' club of Fort
Worth gave an excursion to Waco.Ttxss,
and ovor 1,100 jieople, railroaders and
their friends, took advantage ot the
Hereafter the wnv bills for bhipments
ot live stock between points ou the Atch
ison road, or when destined to points lie
yond the line of said railway, must show
the date and hour the otock waa loaded.
Other posse lost A., T. it H. F. pass
No. L. IKrHo, good between a. I stations,
iu favor of F. L. Wincholl; also time
pass No. 1 4310, countersigned by It E.
Wells, in favor of E. H. Wnrren, valid be
tween Springer and Trinidad.
The Mexican government has a rnn ted
a concession forastnndnrd gunge railway
about :i50 miles long from the City et
Mexico to a town of the Pacillo coast on
Psllsada bay, and the lotting of tho con
tract will take place during the present
Hereafter in handling mileage, tickets,
and passed, the conductor who collects
the same on account of destination be
ing a point on his run, will cancel by
three punch marks; other conductors
will punch once, as has heretofore been
Ed. Clark, the llremuu who wan in the
recent freight wreck near Navajo
Springs, ia a brother ot Mrn. -Perry
Drown, and is being attended by her at
her residence on the Highlands. The
young man, although b dly injured iu
lernally, ia reported improving and will
soon recover. .
The Unltimore American says it is a
remarkable fact, yet to be explained, that
while an infant can fall out of a train
window without the slightest injury, and
a desperate criminal jump from n train
going at full speed without flskicg a
cratch, a well-known, law-tbldiup, valu
able cllij.: cannot take n atop off a mov
ing cr without diruater, swift and seri
ous, befalling him
Salvador Malo, one of the chUf pro
motor of the great Tehuantepea railroad
project in the southern part of Mexico,
is in New York, from which plaoe be will
proceed directly to London, where ho
will hold n conference with the Eoglnh
capitalists who are associated with him
in the enterprise. At the present tiros
the company is in a decidedly cmbar
raasod condition financially, aud it will
be sumo time before the plans for com
plating the work can be carried out