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ALBUQUIiRQUIi, NKW MEXICO, SATURDAY, NOVEMUKK 'Jl l HI) 1
New Vork, Nov. 1H. A tl inpulcti from
Uer'ln says: Tho Uoiiihetug roassnm
bled to-dny, being open in full statu by
the Kmpenir William. Prince HtsnmrcK
was in hid maI Tho aitecch from the
throno referred in congratulatory terms
to the formation of n commercial union
between Germany, Aiatrin nml Italy,
and expressed tho opinion Hint negoti
ations with other countries looking to
the broadening of (lermnny's cummer
cial relatione would be successful. It is
known that Prince Ilismnrk Mill lend
tl.J QPplltlOn agllitlsl both tlio Inter
nal and external policy of the govern
ment, and will oppose tint ratification of
tbo troatiea. Tho presence of tint ex
chancellor in tint house it nccepttsl mm u
forerunner of wmo tixcitiiiK HcenoHtlur
loath session. Htn ng legislation in
promised against tho aocinl evil.
Want an .a.iirirlitllnn.
Naehville, Tenn., Nov. IS. A fort;))
attendod interstate convention in tin
interest of Iho improvement of Hot Cum
borland river, waa called loonier in the
senate chamber at noun to day by Hon
M.T. Brian. Beside (his stale, Ohio,
Indiana and Kentucky, woto represented
by delegates appointed by Hut chief
routivea. 'I ho object of tint convention
ii to tako slope towards securing in
creased government appropriations for
securing uninterrupted navigation along
the Cumberland. It i Hut opinion nf
engineers that unless the goorhinontnl
aid la enlarged, it Mill reuuiro lw..nt
live yearn Incomplete tlio system of looks
auu dams no in course of construction.
Iloottlliiir I'rlri or ltrn..i..
Aiuilitnlum, N. V.. Nov. 18 Tho ml
vaneo in tint price of brooms, which wns
recently ordered by tlio coiubiniitioo, tluit
InoludcHi in its uietiiticrship tho lending
manufacturi'rM of tho country, nml of
which J. 1). Blood, of thiN city, in preai
dent, went into olTocl today. Tor tho
precont it la only an mcroiiHo of tlfty cent
per doren, but u iiunlnr ndvnnco will U.
mado early in December mid prolmbly n
third In January. Iho uinnufucturcrs
claim that Hih recent iidvauco in briMiin
corn owing to tin. Hhortago, incrvason tint
coat of brooniH eighty cents per dozen, no
that even with tlio present mlvnnco, they
are in reality soiling thirty cents n doen
below the previous lii-t prico.
Boston, Nor. 18.- Dolegnteii represent
ing the paper Undo of many of Hut lead
ing cities of the country am hero today
representative of Hut I lew ton Paper
dub, fur the purpose of discussing the
detalla of tlio promised papor exhibit nt
the World'a fair. It waa announced thut
litock company had bwn fur'nd with
a capital of ono hundred thousand dob
law, aud that In order that tho project
tbonld not lie turned into u monoy mak
log acheme, every American papr mak
er or American innuufncturcr of pHpor
tnaklnir tuachinury hna Ikcii invited to
Kotermnttnl force fell bnck in diaorder. I
fi.....i- t i . . i
wurvin uaa noi ueon oui ui Alitiiro ainCA V- not i . . .
he ..nlored it on tho ir.tli of So mhor!. 2l . out of the Uaton hIh,, and
' ! IllltniV IIIIIU . II. n III. .a!.. II ....
I "-...K .ii. uii mi VIHJIirilM IU11UU
from reliable nccounta, but ho hm been
working up n nivolutlimary fiHtllnu in
Hut atatoH of Tamaulipna and Neuva
I -vii with the above re mi lit.
Ilrnkr ThroiiRh iho U nit,
Trinidad, Colo., Nov. IH. Ton Vrlon
em conllnmt In tho county jml niiuln
thoir wcaptt by roinoviui; a aluiio from
the weal wall of tint jml. They worked
from the too of tho caire and tint nib
probably did not occupy more thnn an
hour nr tun 'I'l... .,ni,.n.. ..I n, i.il
" ' binn if, i,.i jilll' w ... i-i
were in the olll'v, and the procoi diiiKN for lit Junta.
Tho Hantn Va company la orectiiiK a
new too) houitfl.it depot on tho aile of the
HoKiiioii:t'.U, 71.'., KI2, Kb', and 7i) hao
reoolvml Konoral ovorl.aulltiK in the 1 tit
Fred. Krtdoll. Joe HowoIIm nml A. N
Ilaya went Blililly Injured at tho Katun
i . .
nopn inai weK.
Mra. JiHt Lntnpkin hiu left li.vi Ven
Mor hiiNhnnd ia dtot po
wore nolwlita. No itliirm wuh Kivon un j lli'oninn at tlio latter place.
IndlaniipoliN, Ind., Nov. 18.- -The noa
ion of the Farmerit' Allinnco coinrinH
waa resumed tlua niorniiur. Tim ki.uh
tire committor uf tho national uiwembly
af tho Farmers' Mutual llenellt iiBoocia
lion, the alma and imriKHio of which ant
almost identical with tliorti of the Alli-
ince, ia holduiK a pocrct meeliiiL'. Ho
ire the delrirntea of tho I'oonle'a nuriv
BtroDtf efforta are beintf made to llnd
ome common ground upon which all tho
mied interests can eland in the mutter
of formulating a oolicv for the futnr
The third partyitoa are working hard to
A ... ...
iouuoo me Alliance lo declaro Itaelf a
New Vork Halittatli Mrliooln.
Utica. N.Y.. Nov. 1H.A Urinlv nt
Uoded convention of the representatives
the various Kabbath oruanirationa of
Els atais oMtniMl this ruoriiin in Hie
utb etwvt Alethodiat Hniaconal
tenroh. The wtject of I he k thermit in
u ooosldor plans for an active agitation
a fator of Uabbath obrvunce, the
irouud being taken that the Sabbath In
tbia atato ia in imminent twril. and that
Ibe mo has arrived when IU fru.iuU
Ittould aland together in Hh defeneti.
til tho prtkOtiorH uent mii (Iroiuiinu out
of tint hole by a man in tint court houo
llut hole in hIkiu! ten feet from the
Krnuiul. They ran in dilTeront diroo
tioim mid were all hikviIiIv cnuuhl but
tlino. Twoof theett were hold on trill
ln charKets ami the third la n but about
II years old, held for stealing Chirk .t
Jamllu'H liorn.tt Hut httln effort Mill bo
made to catch the two, but the bo will
prolmbly be caught, un he Iiiih Ikom mmui
on tho Slarkrille road, and oflirors are
cliiMt nt hlH Iiim.In. Thm is thu llrnt do
imtry that over was made in thm mil
during Hherilf Krciger's term of olllce,
ami it is miriirihtiii' whnn It ia romeiiilx.r
ed Hint ftouionf the liarileHt cawH in tho
country have been coiiIIiuh! hero. Tho
enw. wuh which Hut oit wall of the
jail could ho taken down and carried olf
Is a great surprise to tho contractor.
Klnicnritir )loiui4 tliiililrrx.
Chillicotho, Ohio, Nov. II). Warren
.Moreheml ami Dr. Cn-aeon, who hao
been iiiiiking encavatioiiN in uuiiieroiiR
iniiumlH of thiH vicinity in tho intereet of
tlio World m lair, have been row anted
by lludnig ono of (ho iiiost intenting
rehcNuf ido unknown mound builderH
eer dnonered. It wan on tho Hnpo
well fiirm 7."i inili went of the city,
whore in a uinuiiil aUiut 'JH feet high
ami from vai to .V-i feet in diaiueter
they exhumed Iho uiiimivo nkolutun of a
mini nciifod in iiriiinr. The mouth con
tinned genuine iiearls of Input Hire, but
much damaged. Around tho neck Aim n
ni clilaco of beaiM tottth net with hearts,
At the sido of Hut armored skeleton
was another Mipo8od to be that of n
woman. Mennrs. Morehend nml (!reiwon
think they have found tho himr nml
ijin en of the mound builders,
ThrCulM In I lie .WnananrrM
Wnjiiiiiiciiii, n v.,,. in L.- .
Flutter htUimiido tint fullnu-i
'During the pnat week there have ap. Sooil! r 11 , ' . ,'PDurnl mn' "
neared in iho ,inu,.,u.r- (n .i.ir-...i. 'ut,,ern L"l'rnin, with n party of
' . . , rriouilfl. i-hnHJ tbrouuli tho citv iu
I'i.mcifi (llltUJUUlM UU H U I lift llHlff fin I .
signs for coins r.ently aimroved i.v U... "'.t,ruvun"1 ' M P"vnUi coach for the
tliititiPtttn.nl I.. ........ ( I. - I
tides have lM.en pnbllshed to tho elTect , r""roftJ,'r ""ys that in one night his
that to publish the cut. win In viola. . ''UnK 'Uolf( U,Bil" " poonl.
t.cn of existim, lnu.. ul i ..,.... " ll"zou B0U "Bir chickens were killed.
p..trH it was claimed there wn no h.w TU'. Vto red
thill miel. n rn,,Ml..(i ","U,,,,, """X-
Otto Menra says that no snow hna
couiotii .nterrupl work on the extension
oi mo Kin iirnmlu Hoiithern.
T. It. CoUer, of Wlnslow, is in tint ell
today on huuu. I lo is a railroader
on thn mtlow divlnion west.
It is i-aid Hint tint orange crop of
southern California will exceed that of
but oar by i!,UXI car loads.
The work on tho Texas A l'acillc now
buildings at I'A l'nwi is iirogrrHNiug fair
I) well. The round hoiuo is half lluiHlu ii.
.Santa Fo pasNeuger trains are hauliinr
two nml threit extra cars dally to nccom
modntn Hut uuireceileiitil rush of bus-
I wo largo Itrooka oiumiioii from thn
Chicago Mteni.ioii will arrivo nt Uaton in
n few dnyn to aiwikt during the ruth on
The Western Passenger iiKsociatiun is
ngain on tho verge of disruption. Tho
WnluiNli timd is considering Hut uueetion
It is rcoortod that Jolm I),mul
uuciur on lite .Magdaletia branch, will re
move to HI Paso and take the short run
from Kin ton to Kl Paao.
J. H. Tiecke, a former passenger brake
inn on tho Snnla Fo botweon Ihiiiaitv
and Lns Vogns, ia now conducting a cigar
store in tho latter town.
Conductor Molly, on the linwienuer run
between tins city nml Lns Vegas, w ho
linn been on the sick list, will visit Wnu
keshn, is , in a few days.
Mrs. M, T. Webb, wife of the stntion
ngent for tho Allantio A Pncitlu nt (Inl
lup, came in from the went Inat night
anil is at tho San Felipe to day.
The railroads have been asked bv thn
buBinftaa men of 121 Paso to give a rnte of
ono cont a mile lo the minors' coiiven
tion. I hey cen very well nrTord t jIh
trains. A strong ellort Is lielug made
uy the latter to show that the railroad
lost money by employing the agents.
in i .i
iney ciaim they are turning in mure
money than the agents ever did.
C. K. Tioodwell. an old tinio residrnl
of Iriuidnd, ami formerly riiudiiiant
that division of the Santa Fo railroad,
h again in Lns egaa, sssiug Hie tsiys
and looking after his nrooarlv inlorMia.
He Is now connected w ith the MarmielU
i t. .... . . . " .
. ieiriuv rnuroauin norilisru Michigan
On November It. all that llHfl llf I III,
Uiiicago til iHiim uf the Atchiaon, To
peka A Santa Fo railroad from Atchison
to SI, .I', w ns taken fioui Unit ihti
Nloii.aml tho jiiristlicliniiof lUsulelil Kn
gineor.l. M Monti, in ilinrge of IrHck,
budges, buildiiigH nml wuler sen ice, ex
tended over thesmuo with hendiusrlers
Freight business is so henry with mjv-
oral uf iho roads running west mul south
west from St. Louts mut Kansas Clly
that Hut ronds are in great nliulit In
roaion of the m-arcil) of rolling itock.
Tint hues running e.iulh are also taxed
to the uliiuiNl cap,ii ii The H.mla IV
and Atluutlc A Pacitlc roads ant also do-
lug an imuieiiso hiiMinosa.
Arbitrators Murray, Shnltuo nml Don
alii, in tho fniuoiiN mileage book case of
the lines Island ncmnst (In, Hum,. I'..
hae Mod their delnyt-ddrciKi.it), tho con'
elusion or winch wrrereK)rled sumo time
ago. They rcheXe tho ilefendnot on llm
ground that the Itock Island teetillrd
that it had paid full rate, ti'i each, for
llm hooks purchased from a broker.
Tlio KotithweMorn Hmlwny and Steam.
ship asMocint on hint lasuod i,jinl niter
statu freight tariff No. 'J, M aimii nsso.
ciattnn hues and lines in Texas. rlWtiv.t
November 'Ji, llxmg class ami comuiodity
raiet irorn M iuus. Khiishh City, Mem
phis, New Orleans. Vashvillo. Iiuii-,ll,.
Chicago, Ciiicuilihttl, Miwi,tlkie,Tole,lo,
I'tttroit. Pittsburg, and their nsiHt.ii,.
Net Knf liUHlsatlr,
New iork, Nov. 18.-The anitenl for
tatty issued bv thn Irian N'ntiiinnt
Uague of America has been received
'rr coldly In Irish circles, both in this
frity and Philadelphia, and according to
pc sentlmonla expressed it will not haTe
on eci or Terr larire v ren enlali ina
Pa treasury of thn League. This ia
largely due to the attack made upon Mr.
Ifwooll in its last annual rejiort.
Kltitera) UrgrTrn Hrlow;Xero.
8t. Paul. Minn. Nov. 10-mTIi inAiL-
pornitn the northwest haa boen followed
Priateoaoly cold weather from Helena
PUko Superior poiuts. Sioux Falls,
u., reports the temperature 18 below
Anlfl VIVu ia t..,til)M rau-ail.,,
aTs nod Wlnoonain. nnd will reach
fflioois bsforo morning.
Rio Qracda Cltv. Tel.. Nov. 11) Nra
retired here aays that on th l'Jth inat.
r""no uorcia anu about iuu meu met
PTtrsJ hundred Msxlcan soldiers twelve
rhafrom Mier on the road to Querrer
P OaUrinn stoutly held his ground,
rtUrlna his nmalatnatinna. A vullav
N tired at his force, with no damaan ut
my oloaa rango, which was returned by
Vrvolutlonists, causing the death of
T9 oldlsre, and out badly wounded,
Wi now in tho Mier hospital, Tho
meted with. Therefore I doom it ad
viable for H: Uaellt of the general
public to stab) that while Hie mil.ltuhimr
of such cuts lint alwayn boon considered,
anil in fact was, hnrmlesf. heretofore,
thorn is now a luw on tho statute bonka
1 he Santa I-o has taken olf the yard
Crow at DOCOrro. Tint Mnir.lnUn. o,..,..
will do tho Bwitching for thn
nnd the freighU will do tho switching as
tuey come in.
Ibe Arnnsai Psrh railunv ),. i...n
A telegram from Wnshinuloii nn
niiunoes Hint the order trnnsfering the
run .ii nroy military reservation tn il.
department of the interior has boon nt
voKod, nnd this iustnri' wt is ngain
piaivu under the contrul of Hie wards
This rnther interesting hit of .
comes to Hun Auimlo Chaves. Willi u-na
Inst wiv! wirsl authority to tuwunio
charge of I ort Marcy as custotlinn for
a 1 ....
urn giunrniiient. Mr. Chaves toleirrnnh
ed to ascertain what ilepurtmetil of the
K'ri Ill ho would Ut t XlHH-teil In re
port to. mid in this way conirn llutonicial
noss that the war ilennrtmrut ia nunir,
in chnrgo of this historto ressrvation.
Wlint its future is, can an vst he anr.
miiied only, but every rensonuble consul.
erntion suggosls that it will shortly
ngnin 1st m-cupied by troons. Imlul
Judge Morrison, who is dirnrt fr,,,,,
Washington, states Hint ho met Gover
nor Prince there a few days pirn, ami thn
governor smd he conllilenlly ' exiiected
to aool-iirt .Marcy oocuiiied bv tr.
side of sixty days."-New Mexican.
, . ... un iiiueiUbUlU UOOKB I .....raw . nm IBIIHII- IlllO OPOn
tyllif.il u-nu ii i,h.,ii..,.I l...!.-.. .. ... ,.1 imi, I fviril l.liil A.l In W ...... V nil
........ ,. ,. i cm uur; iu, inui, i -"i""" i' i eAim. nut country
that forbids the ranking or publishing of through which this railway rune is smd
HtlVt llill.l III .u.al.,1,1,..... . .. I tl. I... tliu t..l.n..t 1 ... .
v i " hi ui iiwi' iu anr OI ine I " luurni nun uutsi raiiioiy uo
coins oi the cmied States or of any for. wuuon in loxos.
oign government notes." Jay (Jonld ia reiurtml irl ,..!., -.i
I - nfiail,) HUH
I)r- J- F. Muun, who gota $-25,000 a year
Thn r-.n..;.!: . T.,."V: .. ,,,r "rriuos, is devot.ng Ina whole
t... r, , ' r,r. r"? ",o topping Mr. oouid m
. . , , . ,; ' " "" til" i)si puss b o health.
I IermiM.il lo. .V. M Vv ti x U . II. Mootora, general freight agent
discovery has been made here, which ror wmta I-e at Fort Worth, has re
SHOWS mat a most Iiorr ill n miinl.r 1,11. S gned. and will lu un,.n..l.l i... t 1
Sf. Orr!h(?.Z'te rJlnn M Ka. freight ag;,it;
town i H lame lldobn hounn.m .I....V.H.T" ,BIU ol 'IVV'lUKOit.
em outskirts, which is aald to bo the Woodwarth. a former Albuuuer
Oral came to thla country, and haa been S , Tf ,f"U btW',n t,,U city '"d
aililiul in nml .....n 1.. . I Silver CltV. notr nf Iwm Ai,.l. '.. I i.
------ - .www.. wiu uuiii uiuy a l - -- v i ia
small part of tho original remains. This h"ro on a visit to old friends.
miuuuiuK part consists or ins central
W. W. Alexander, of Denver.nrrivml in
- - " " v UU HI.WUUL Ul I 8 .. . ' "
solidity of the walls. It was determined ,U6 m n
noi long ago by tho owner to tear down obtained work in tho Atlnutio &. Pacific
Hart llf llila wnll t,n,l nl,.. II I I -I . ...
i iT """"'""' aiiai macuine auopo. U i wife oined him
of the building. The workmen hnd ntndo h,.,-4..i. i ioln mm
but a few blows when thoy found Uml , i,.morr,loB' Albuquerque will
tint apparently solid wall was hollow. An ",e,r ,u"re nome.
It Vr 7 i r. " 7 "i . B"VW 1,18 Allon tired one of iu bimoat
the interior, and it was found that the booma in it. n.i .i" , ,, , we1
cav tv ounta nod a ikslnlr.r.. An inwH u,)rai " Ita light against the boycott na
ontinn ahnvxl ll,.l mn I... i t I eastern linos bv maliimr n II, I. i
cnained to the wall and left to die of "f ila from Kansas City to Cincinnati
S : SXIIWVIIVU I I Iliti I. t.lIu-I..I. -.. a . a.
were scratched the words, "Manuel Del uy way oi at. Louis.
Murriloe,' which is suptiosed to hare 'Iho Chicago nnd Northwestern, liur
7 ".'u.?u"Bi,'.,0, iX "I'uriunato who lington, Ornnd Trunk. Alton. Nirk.i
mranfdVteVmlni " - Ohio and Illinois
had been there, but it must have been "' companies have notified tbo I.
Ml.n..,l il..... IWI . I ll I- t ...
lutaixtu miuiv -mi Ton in iiquib comoiiMionor or tbutr wi lllmmuii
i a ----w
I'leued Mlth III. Vim. ,0 MO,W with hia order to light their
President Jeffrey stieaka well of New
Mexico. To the Denver Bun he said:
Tlia tralntiiMn n (1. u...l ffim
'--'wv' I""""! uuu no aniu. i - u. iuu uuuiutru I SCI 00
"In New Mnziivi wn m-nrnihu rw.li.lnnta I Who threaten lo otrikn nrn n,ll...l l.
nf rMWIilinn Irnm 1 1, a 1 .. i .... f I 1 1. .. 17.. .. tTV.il. .. . .
i. . TV V. . . . "iou ui w.u tiuriu imr.eio not lo do it
nfth1 -d oth.rwiM
that the Itlo Grande might make throuah u,sn l",Mru"Iy to tho strikers, the
rates In competition with the Santa Fo. rda and the public, tho greatest suf
M Iirnin uul li Irwil nwils M.li.. I PM.Aa.M 1. ... kM .a
ftnu ftliKi contiuAr tho rtviuiwt u. Ttnril
i in ills Cerrilloa Ueaoon eava: "K
. HHitn HMWMV jntUUJ IU niUUUUOr I mmwvwj
que and Cerrillos. Wo loft Santa Fs poroon In Santa Fe, Cr rfilloe, Han Pedro
jiiuiauny morning, anu maoo media, and Albuquerque suou d Im an active
tanco of about nX) nillM m (..ni..!). . . .' . .. .... UUTO
hours." worn-er nowio inuuoains building of the
Mr. Jeffrey will go east In a few d.rs. ",rroW'r'U,",",,0D- With this rol
and will be gone about ten days. Uiwn ' ,T , , , D, UU,,D of
hi. return iTo has nrom.t t n ,n L A "h coal tn!nM alone would m.k.
th. country between K.t p. iTn.l Al. a lor"0 cl"-r C""'llc
IllltlUArnilA anil vlnor Ita rAnvnirnsa
..wt- ivavuiun. I w
I tlnm lt,al ..Bailu .ll I. - S .
- . i huh ,uii u-nj ail iuo iram tfeDM Wl0
iinua nan ivrunwcr CHKilCIIWI nn (I WOrO mDlOVtM bV lhA Hnllthurn P.aIA
prevents the formation of dandruff, company, have beon dismissed and (he
thickens the growth, and beau titles the conductors hare been pi toed in charge
hair u no 4her preparation wlU. of tickets and money collected on thn
The Ban Francisco Chronicle says that
(intrlitl IHnlnurx T.I.I..
Tho general freightolllce of llm Atehl.
son, Topekn A Snnln Fe rnilroud ha. ia.
suoil nn nlllcinl distance table of the road
and operated lines which for ctiuinUtn.
ncsa is a model of excellonce.
Tint first table dhows through short
line dihtanceH vin lirww .,r tl.uAi.t.i
s)stemgeneral and tho priucmsl termi
nal and luni-iinn luimt. 'i'i. ,
COlnnltitH nliil.nlMtiii.iil l,i ..r ,i... ...
Hons and the distance from thirty of tho
nnnciliul itinotinna P..II. (.. i.
ti.. .i .,:.s.7.: T' wv"
nml termini, t.i inl. ....I I in .. .t...
ei i- . i---" nuiiiiii't illia.
the distaiictfs UlAeen local kii.Hn and
"imiwun un mo .'VICUI
eon a) stem, general and junction points
oi me Hantn 1-e, together with maps of
III.. . u . I .. .. . . I . I . .
iiv vncui, uiiiani n volume or urty.
eight pnges, not copy-righted, and, as
slated iu the introduction, girea evi
dence of hnvinir "l,.i. nr.,,... :
great deal of care, and will be hold as
An Immrua. tt
rho Kl Paao Smelting comnanv la hav.
ing an Iromenae reservoir constructed at
their amelter above tho city. The reeer
voir la ailuated at the mouth of a ravine,
which runs back between hlirh ehffa f,.r
n distance of 1XX) feit. The mouth la
Dr. Huberts, who was here last Septem
ber, and who was showu through this
part of tho country by tho Commercial
club, is now in New Kngland, and by
pilars rei'sivrd occnslonally from that
part of Ihncountr) we tiotiro Hint ho is
letting Hut advantages of this climate lie
known I'he Water ille. Maine, Senti
nel of NinemUr oth has the following
notice of the doctor In that plato
W. P. KoU.ri... M I) llflat ImlIIi I Si ll...
- .... intu in 1
city tins wtcK in tint intrresls of ninth
""" innnit niui .tew .iiexico as a
resort ror cousuuiptie. Dr. It,l'.rl
waa formerly a long distance on the mail
in iniuiiiiiiiii wnen a resident or .North
assellMiru, nndsnyn ho wns Mirnianent:v
cured by n journey to these wen'.erii
I'erson wisuing til lommil
nicnut wuii i)r Kobrris in regnrd to
tneto reHiris may do eo by addressing
mm ni nierruie, no IS Very Ohtllllsl
astic iii regard to Hie health givimr nron
erties of the climstes of ihw.,. pinom,
oepecially in pulmonary diseases.
Dr ltoerts is holding meetings, ami
delivering lectures wherever he gi i, nn
the ndt sntiigos of climatic cnmlihniiM
the cure of consumption, ami since he is
operating in that section of the country
where there is the greatest tier renl. nf
donths from this cans.-, his wnrk will
undoubtedly attract attention nml ri'Hiilt
In good tn the count ry u well as to the
iKKiplo who are sent here.
Vo understand that the Cumiuereial
club n mppleuienling the inlmrs of Dr
KoiiortN i.r.il other mini!Mr ,,f ti...
Alnericnn llenlth Itesort ASJMK-lntinn lit-
attncling letters to tho local papers in all
llut towns that the doctors Visit. Til.
physicians call attention to tho virtues
of the .ew Mexico clilllftte in ii ueiien.1
way, and the newspaper letters, coming
mong a row days afterward, go inure into
This work is only iu its lufnncy. Tin.
is the llri-t time that any systematic ef
fort wns ever made to brim.' thn ndvnn
tngos nnd wonderful health L' I VI 11. Iirim
erliesof this climate to the notice of the
general public, and already the etrin-ta
nrit plainly visible. A very conservative
estimate plncea the number of health
Mkers al present in Albinjuorquu ut
two hundred li dood, we believe, there
ant many more, for you will meet them
at every street corner, at every hotel and
Imnrding house, mid in every part of the
town but coucohng that two hundred
will cover tho numlter here at nrenent.
how many may wo reasonably exnort tn
find here two or three yeara hence when
the truth becomes generally known in
regard to tho lieosllU to tu ilnvl l.u
invalids of thn class referred to from a
sojourn iu this climate.
A good climato gave Denver ita atari
and made it what it is to day; then what
results nisy we not homt for Alhn
qucrqne, from tho same source, with n
ciiinato lullnltely superior to that of
larger cros and butler prices, I he aggro
gate increase in value of these erniw this
year over last jenr sill not ho ,-,H thai, ,
seven hundred million ilullnrs T ih vast
turn will Ut aiilTUieiit to chnnge Iho i mi
dition nf agrii-uliiirel from of
prension to on -nf proNNrit It in h.h ,
what rrmmkalil.i Hint tho value of ngri
cultural oipnrls nf the year eliding .Inn,. ,
-'Hi. IWI I, wire lwolo million dolliirn
greater than Id, hi. (,f IS'.m, and iimroj
than one hundred mulmtit ..renter than
11...... ..t IL.1 tl.., ..
. ..-.. ,ii , un ii,,, enormous crops
and good prices this jenr, together with I
the shortage in Kurope. tin. exp.rts nf
tho current )enr will reach a surprising.
I Inrge figure 1 I.ih fact is indicated
by what hat taken place during the lit r-t
thru, month of the present fiscal ear.
when the exports hnvn aim -unte'd to
seiit nix millions ns agmuNt Until)
eight and a quarter millmns fur iho cor
responding iriiM.I nf Jmhi
SUIIIIOUNtJliU UV l-IONB.
IT I'A H.
The smelter at Sncnrrn im ..rignnill.
about fort tlmusnml .liillars, mid after
running awhile and making arimiH no
prmomei.tN mil nf its earnings, it tins
put into th,. SI I,uis lead truM at a
nluatlnnof .net Men limes Iho ..rlm
nnl iiwl, ami is pnjmg miminuiil.ini
diuulof twenty per cent, mi the intbited
vnlustn ii. fir (it least a hundred t.er I'l.nt.
on tho miiiie) actually miestod in ii Wo
mention these frM f,,r die i.iiri.,,,. ,,r
calling the attention f nipiialihls In the
admirable oppnrlut it) Hint is presented
for lug diMilemlN on uuuiev Hint nun I,..
invested in this linenf htisiiiotant Albti
qtlerque. Ami an I htabhshmenl ..f tl... ;
Kind Incnled hero would lnu.. l.li.,r
fneilities f,r gelling the higher grades
"UN'S, Wnll III It., lu.jiti.r I., ii,.,..
-- - -- -,,i,ii ii,
fuel supply, nnd would Iuu.. nini .,
goo.! racihtus. at less! fur ubtmiuiig the
necessary lend ores. It , ll,,. miimmi .,f
nil practical mining men in New Menc
and Anronn that AlhmUerque is tho
must mltmitngeous iMimt ui llnM i..n,
tor) fur works of the Lin.l abuio referro.1
to, while thn gro.-it rolums of busimH to
Iss had and the omirmoiin nmilt. n. i.
reahied, nrnfaits Hint simik fori! I It til
stes. There Is no dancer nf Hi. I.n.i.
noes Ixung oieidoiie. If there were tlftv
uew furnaces ready to start in Huh tern'
lory to morrow they would all llnd
work enough lo keep them busy.
being closed up with a wail twenty-eight
feet high and iM feet long. This will
inaks a reservoir capable of holding an
immense quantity of water. As the
Hants btt railroad track lies between the
reservoir and the river it will Ut necessary
to pump water into the roeervoir, for
which purpose largo pumps have been
purchaaed. A. Kltoyhas the contract
for bui lt nir thn niunnl. l.li. .11
- i-,vAAy, ci 1 moo rimes.
&fV U'lf. WI.U mn l...llu -ltll-1- I ...t
. " " " uui; aiiucieo will)
rlieuniatiam tn Iw. ...i.i. ... 1-
bed without assistance. Our druggist.
Mr. T . , 1 , 1 . ... .. . . . 1 ... . '
I...,..1 trcumiueuueu naaioor
lain a Pa n tin in. u.M, ....... i ...1.
I iii . ' -. Hiv'fiJ ivilflirail
her. We have used six bottles st various
auu wouiii noi us without It at
hadtl.Jlia Clnm.n r . .1 V-l. I.V...
1 .0 """"""I mvwsii, iiou, riuy
cent biittlM fr mo by T. II. 11 urges.
From 155 acres of orchard 1 W . iv.
has this season shinned eraetlv imiwi
pounds of fruit. Mr. Coes orchard is
only ons of tho hundreds In Ban Juan
county that can show th a. ma nrmli.A.
tion. We assert anil Inalai m.t .. .
duoer of fruit this county haa
penor.Juncllon City Time.
How to sere monav la a i,n,m.,. il.i
Interests everybody. Ona n. tn .t u i.
to Invigorate the sysUm with Ayere Bar.
saparills, Delnir a hlohl rnt..ii
blood aedloine, It Is the most powsrful
end conomlcul. It ts sold for a dollar
bottle, bat worth live.
HosUin txtoiile are irettimr un moor.
alone to visit tho fruit districts of Cali
fornia. I hey are to Ut called fruit smur.
ions. Kvory pnrt of this great conn
try has IU own social nltraotion, but
the fruit growers of California ham I .... 1
tho shrewdnoHrt to develop their regiona
beyond most others. Konm 7.M ear i,...i.
of retains of fine quality havo been ship
ped oust from the great fruit atato this
fall. In thirty-eight counties orangos
are growing, nnd there are altogether
4.000,000 orango trees with 1,000,000 in
bearing. Besides this. California ha.
3,000,000 lemon trees in bearing which
are more profitable than the orange. If
some of the large land ownera in New
Mexico would put up a little money for
thnpurposeuf inaugurating a series of
similar excursions to this territory, they
wouiu unu tnat the investment would
pay thorn mure than Ian fold. Ti,.,. ,.
no other kind of odvurttsing that pays so
well as that which a vea thn nartv
chanctt to see the results for himself. To
tell the people of the east about the
fruit we can raise in this conntrv ia. nf
course, worth a great deal to ns, but to
bring ttie samo people out here and let
mem se and taste tho fruit f..r ti.nm.
selves, Is worth a groat desl isore.
Til I! MOST I Ita fim-r
Inferring to the nmnoaed Ii nn frnm
e ti .
A)ouquerque to Durango the Denver
Held and r-arm says: "Albunusruun haa
ralsod a subscription list of $7.000 and
commenced the eurvey of a line for a
railroad from Farminoton. in Knn .Tn.n
county, direct to Albuquerque. This Is
to bo a part of tho new reilmail Ix.taru.n
Albuquerque and Durango. It is the
moat imnortant and fsrutllU raiiriu.i
project now current In Albua uerann. ami
ii soy were oeeueu lo that end, will in
sure the construction of eaitsrn aud
southeastern connectlona at that poloU"
11 is esiimaied that the enormous
orope of this year, at tho prevailing
prices, will bring onough to pay off all
the farm mortgsw-i n the west and put
the farmers on their feet again. One
would naturally suudoss that thn
tary of agriculture! would be tho man to
wnom ttie farmers' party would look for
ill best arguments, but it so happens
that the secretary ia the ffraatnat nf nil
the stumbling blocks in thn ara .r th.
calamity howler, because the facta and
nguros presented by hia in his annual
report, now ready, ahow a deor nf ..,.
exampled prosperity throughout all Ibe
agricunurai dlstricU, and this deprives
the bowler of hie entire stock in lrm.1.
leaving him with his occupation gone
ino secretary's renort u vea tahlna
showing the price of fans produota at
stated times during the port three years,
n4 the oonclusion ia drawn that, with j
Illlr'Omi iM .M.t KMHIICI
If the New Mencsn tnlU It,., n
111,1 i'"Ve the tltt t cnnllilome in
the veracity of that oxcelleui imimm .
Is nedMwary for the s., of Ssntn IV
to turn ner u new leaf, ar.l adopt a
new line uf policy jf tliey h.itst In U,Hp
iip will! tint progress uf the present age.
The peoplonf New Mexico hae noun but
tho kindliest of feelings for their capital
city, and all di-sire to m-e it gr.w and
prosH.r, but so lung as tint people who
live there are all nt huh and seiotis. nml
pulling in opposite directions, tho place
cannot hope to mnko much progress
There in only only .int. wny to build up a
town, mid that is fur nil the people lu
work together for Iho comuiongot.il ami
we are sorry to learn Hint thn t taw if tit of
Santa Fo are not doing Hint. The New
"WIlV U ll Hint tl.i. I ....,r . ...
II ' . . . . '"" "lUll.Illlg IIIIO
Ho can not lenm tho lesson tnught by tho
lititJi.i.sllu . . I I.. ia a a . V. .
'""t "ener, ruebl.i nml Alhn
querquer Ixtl any pnntH't. thn run sum
ill n 1 1 in nr wli eli i,r,.i,,,M.. . i. . .1
,.. ,,, . i,t.,eiifii
m.tnt i.f new resources, Ui suggiwted in
SUV uf th. Ii.u.n. ....I . ? i .
. i. ei.uiK uanu is
extended from u aul.i li,,t i. .
. . . ..,-, nine,
every conceivable op;Mieitiuii la shown to
".1...IIIIK iu me naiitre or progress.
mtv I'M i ii:.t.
1 ruditnco is a very commendablo vir
tue, but according to the following para
graph which we take from lh Nuw
Mexicnn the tieonle of Snnm
clinul to use rnther more of u thnn would
seem necessary for every day use. IViiin
tho New Mexican of the 17th woclij
Should n viall nr i.f I .......... I . . . . .
- u, rn,f,ui; IllltlU nr-
ria in n pl.ap.,t ..r ii... .n. ... . ... ..
i i , ' iinmu irom ine
skies snd propose to turn our city Into
a new irar.i.n f .. . . .. . .
... .,, a uuiuiriHj
lllOUSand Alluma nt.il t-'u.. ....I 1 I...I ,
iruit irees, leaving the Calne and nor
(tentein Las Vegas and Albuquerque,
some sane Iirnali iwil.ii,.,.n ,1.1 .......
una iriinrnnliM fp,.... 11 1...... .....
- - --.-....-,. " ..... iiauur inai a
asie vroranig majority Tor tnnir reform
IIP .kMull.ln.. -I .... I . .
... nwiuiiiiK nij noouiii 1x1 promised
from tho m w district U.fore said sage
brush politician would give his consent
to iue proiNSMMi iransrorination.
1 -mill's lUrinii,, 1 .,,ilct, )rl ,.
N hlle In cotiimaml nf n smnll sc.uit.
Itig pirly In Artrmin I went Iniu cntiip
'' '"'Chi 'hiy In the III.. Piier,.,., NlVi
11 "rit.r In Drake's Mngulno. vo'ry
the Now Mux lean Un... Tho
' "'" 1 pitched mid tho unt.
nml. .nn out t.. gnuo under u strong
gimid nnd I wn. w nlklng hofom my
b-iii. ..np..ii,.nt: wmil,,.. Bni..mona
In d nner whl.'h I km w In tin. Miong
Odor wrift.-d frnni nn mljiuvnt cuffoo.
p-l w.nild mil I... iiiueh lutior ilelnvob
I w 010 fM. it ninet) ,,,11,. f ,.,,,
11 '''""'I 'il nml humlreils from
mi) -. til.. menu Them toro 110 rnnuhea
W,"V v,r ' "'I' part, only noiiio
emtio uml i ,.,.), tioi.iiiHt; to Miixl.
run which iv. to h. r.led thlough th.t
I nut In tin. mi.i.j f n ,vorv ro.
i-l when I iu.tlon.1 n slrniigor up.
pnmehlng 11.0. 1 w-uH-htillU
pnworf.il.luuk'iig mmi. al.i.ut in years
of age hit fnc.. wn, iiit. lli., tun' and
txiiomel) Imndsomo, ho nii. u full
hoard and inniHUu-he hod, j
were Irnn graj .. w. ....niaely ,.,.
mid .arrloil mi ivcaitnii. Th., i,.m...
11r.Mi1n.i11m o wn- thn uio.t reiuurkahla
Hi ng nf all for In tin..,, dnv. In Arl
iniiii ono Bcareulv niovod w ithout his
N- irlng int", ho asked. 111 11 pleat,
m.t .i. t manner If I wns tho cnin.
m.imling mll.vr. I tvpllod Hint I win.
I entile 10 .en if ,, would loilll lilu
a i.i.iul .ir a carluiut fur a tow day "
ho .aid. '
Vim don't moan to toll um that you
ntitolv withuui nini.?" 1 ...i,t
not iiiiroasutinhl) aHonlthiKl.
' Ves I haio nullum ..I tl,.. 1,1., ,1
... .,,,1 nini,,
h- iiii.u..r... 1 lmo houn iinnoyeil
for Un- pn.t thi-e immthi by Uioo In
fi'nutl filifm-iila linn, and ),nd a
shiL.tlng iron I miu'ht kill .01110 of
Ar.- you .ainping tienr hcior" I
I llo jii.t iii-nuiui Un, henrt 0( ti(
fiver trill ,, ttB ,jwt Wj,jj 110p.,
. really ii-iunl-hi-.l. I tt-kud If Ik,
Hi ed there i,lti. almio.
'(ll. IU"." ho rnlilleil ' me u tf.i ..n.l
IllOtllUI III., With llll' "
l.ittlo ilr.'amliiv' I
ileiuo. I .agorly a plod h), luvlta.
tlnn ami titling my pip.-nml having thn
s.Ti;.-.itit In ehurgo of . amp I started
...... nun iu new ae.iiiiintnnc.!. ,
we liimle thn till 11 in the rl Vltr I ttitW at
law .holviiig rni-k ii.lng from tho
lend prairi... It was nut morn thnn
l-s'wird. from the ilier's hank, and
wn. ronlly .iiltoiinp.iiig in its. dlimm.
Wednesday mornimr u man n....,.l
Jesus .Marin (Jarclu. took n l..r... fr.,,.,
Crui Jiron, a aaddle from Marcley and
aixsnooinr from a Mexican named
Chaoun, and with lussuddsnlv nemureil
. .. ... . ..
uu.ii, vutneu norm. A warrant waa
aworn out in this oily and placed in the
hands of a ounatahU. ul, ....,l ...
fort to serve it Not to be outdone, (,'rux
V 1 1 7 rouoweu up tint river.
i'u(ii iney umik out another
Warrant nnd 1 t . I, .......I i.i ..
". iitvf iiuuirti ineir
man at nan acusio sometime in tho af (or-
noon. Ilritn. In, Inn. I....L. 1.. i. ..... .
: - ia--n .. v. m ,i , iji.niieril
he Was eiaini.,k.l
. .... ... iH(.ni uiiuur tyxrV
wuua mi apiNtar iHjroro the grand lury,
11. u.iauu 01 wiucn no went ri lull mid
waa III Dim lmn,l. ..t l.ll... .. .1. tl. . I.. .
, - " i ja.iui vtniH umilllsi.
day evening, - Kooorrn Adver'.isor.
Bince October 24th. nt whieh t (....
Itoman Iaiz and Itafael Cha Ves. exten.
sive sheen raisers, who were ahnt ami
killed In a free-for-all light by Joseph
urawiom and W. V, 1111, Holbrook has
had three murders, tho last ImI riff .111.
acted last Katurday bv the kllllm. ,,f
Tilda. U.V fiv.nn l.u ll'.lll
... H j iiiiuaiii viara.
Tub CiTixiJt understands that Crawford,
...i- 11, . . .
won waa oauiy cut about the head ami
body, although hit escarjed frnm th.
town with Bell on horeobaok, died a few
daye afterward, and thut Bell was cap.
lurea and is now In jail at Bt. Johns.
learned thut the h.nl
tl.W. flif tlltVit llltilllllsi. TL...
withtlo iiitotillnnuf fa, miiig. and later
are. luiK' 11 sultali!.. d ielling.
'I h. Iii.lmiis 1 n, it imilo.i nuim.hut
thet w,r,. wnrrl-l by tin- linns which
ra , o 1.) twn. ami throes nightly to tho
oM.niiu,.f t,i, hitliltntlnn, uml 1 hero
how ml till daylight, when they ro
turned tn the imiiintulu.
The) told m.t it was nece.ssary for
l f lh. 111 t.i Is. un all nleht m It it a It
the lllo burning, which w ,1, thue unly
juin.-i iiiin irnm inse munntors.
Arl lell you w hit' I wlll-dn." salu. !
will send Iho I'l. llll. lltlV 111 l-hl.l-.ri, ,.f tl...
sergeant about five mil... further .l..in
the river In eluaillli then 1 will I. .In..
Curley with me, and wo will stay horn
to-lllghl with y.,u. Curley s all ul.l
friuitlersman. ami Is actlnir lmiI.Io f..r
nie Ho l a gii.nl shot and will enjoy
M) proiMisltlmi wn-s Joyfully no
copied, ami I returned to camp to glvo
the necessary directions. About an
hour inter Iho cnlnp.iiiy nun ,,, mt, anti
C'lrle) ami I went to the rock hmun
Wo told thein all t.i rellitt whentner
the) fell disposed, ami thoy wanted
not n secmul bidding. Wo saw that
our rilles went in irom! nn! ..r ..nil lli.ii
our ammuiiitloii was handy. Then wo
permitted the lire lo din out.
Mil long did wo wall.
Hero ennui a lari'o linn. u-,i!U,
proudly along, h.-areoly thirty yards
Do not Ire." said Curio. ..W..I1
until wn gut mor.' uf thorn."
A few iiilnutos lutor four largo lions
went Iu our Immo.linto frnm '11...
iiian had certalnl) I. .Id Hiv truth thus
or, mi.iiover Ills llll. '1111(111 as to '.(rill
ing might ho.
1011 take tho linn 1111 tin. Infi m,,l
I'll tako tho illlil on tint rleht " .,.1.1
Curley. "Ant you ro.nlyr"
Iho report of our rlftos ami tl,..
scream of tho startled al..,.i...r. U'.tP..
nlltlllst sllntlltltnooil.: thn thr.,.. ii.,-..
Innplug soundly, nml tho shot natur
ally ilarllisl thorn. 1 threw another
cartridge Into mv ritle nml Mr.,.1 i.t ....
escaping Hon. hut I doubt If I Injurud
mm. no reiuiiu llm lire and dragged
two lino specimens of tint brutes whero
Its light wmilil allow us In lnsiuu-t
Huiui. I had shot ono through tho
heart and Curlov lnu I ..mi ,,,n..
through tho bralu of tho other.
I think wo had bettor Iohv.i lh.,..,
outside." snld C'urloy. - Thu others
w HI setuit tint hliKxl and coiiio hack."
A IllltllOr tlll'V si'OlltlMl thn hl.iA.t .r
(lot 1 am tint liretliire.1 In hill iillt lirntU
tin ) certainly came Wo wailed until
a L-nnilNoppurtiinll)' caine. ami then, at
i given signal. 1 rod iil'ii In. wn nim-n
huge llotiN foil ami Curie ) huci'eoded
Iu ..iullng ami thnollni' no.- thul u'.t.
t'liilenvurlng to eseapo. This 111111I0
lh that wo hud killed. Atlor watch,
in,' another hour wllhout anv ihsiiIl
Wo lliailo tin the lllo uml sleiit until
iihi lso. Thu little fmnilv wero over-
ii) ml at beholding our night's work,
imi -lurccciitxi 111 convincing 11. of their
AfUir breakfast Curlov .kinned tho
llo Allium! and L'al nntlv tiresented
tie polls to the Minn wife. As wn
ban, giiud. by to thu r k family ho
s.'ii. 1 " villi rub a lltlhi trt .1 In..
OVi r til caii'll'ses ai.ll tt"'.e t... m t
on..' little .L.tnneo f'u. ;.'Mi.' 1
you will 1 ,,t lo tr.,i,i,,isl ui'ich ,-..i .
by III) limit."
Thnn, w It Ii .1 1 m ii . ' f.
procoxhsl duwii th.' 1,.