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VOLUMK 1 ALHUQl'liUQUK, NliW MKXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 'Jfi, IMS) NUMMIiU 17. TKI.:UKAI,. Washington, April 'JJ. -Thn weather crop bulletin snys: Heeding lutn been m lerrtiptcd aomoahut in thn spring wheat rrginiis of Duknlu iiml .Miniioroln, hut tin itrtiund In rcKirtod iti excellent con Uitloii, Crop conditions mo greatly iiu proved In tlin Ohln nnil Miiutiasippi vul ifj. wmii i ii u mum uitvii liei.lt'll ork 111 Nebraska nnd Miaaotiri, where It I n rruHi nre from two to four week Bate. Tim condition, nro unproved in plictngnn nml Wiactinain, although tho flip i Into owing to rnln. In Iowa 8) prrfntof the small grnliiH Imvn been tee.l), nml In Ivunaus dm full greatly lni'llttiil nil cropa. On thn north PuciHc o.iiat tint wonth !r wu favorable Full wheal ih report si growing rnpnlly. Spring wheat m up mil fruit Ih hi full liLa-eoni. All rmu ml htiK'ltH pnuiiiHo ii ii it h it til I y vs oil. In (tin Hatirnnieiito vnltoy tlio warm, mm tuny weather Ih much needed, (iriiiu In injiiri'il in aoine section liy tho lift iiiii lly, but other crops nro excellent. In thn Sonoma vnllcy t ho llnrtlott pear inin) Ik injured hy blight, uiileHi mm. Ltiino nml nun ptcvotit. In th Sun Jon .pun vulloy tho grain prospecte nro reiit Ijr improved. All en (. nro backward on account of cool, cloudy weather, hut tlio outlook in generally gwal. I u aouth srn California cool, cloudy weather is unfavorable for fruit, hut ruin Iiiih bene litied tho grain nnil hny. An Important Meeting. Madrid. April .-Thw reciprocity ixmvcntion hotweeu Spain and tho I'm ted States, aa drafted hy Premier Cmio run IM Oiatillu, representing Hp iiii, nml 0, W. Foster, representing tlio I'niled atnto. Un tho reciprocity section of tho new Anioricnn lnnT Inw. In return for tlio froo entry of tho United Hlntea for Autillo aiignm, mohiaHoa, coffee uud aides, mid ii reduction of the duty on to:i, America will obtain exemption from Jutioson iiiixit of her raw nml manufac tured prtalucta mid n reduction of thn Uriff on coroida ami Hour. llio negotiations were protracted up on tlio question of tho entiro abolition of the tariff on cereals. Hour mid oils, in rludiug potioloiuu and lard. Tho amno pjnalinn in regard to tobacco uh ulao rsia.-d, hul not fotuiiiK within tho oeop jf tlio third Heotion of tho AnioriuHii lirilT law wui put umdo. Proiuior Cmio (MotTortHl protrautiKl nmiRtmioo to tho abolition of tho tMtilf on Hour. Il.ircoloiin mid HmitiaKo Irndorn who fern liirK'vly ItitorivliMl in Hour fchipmeiila vntod onorci'tli! lltotOMU Wllll-ll furli. 1" lrd tlio ininiHter in lna indiHpotntion to ircmlit to tlm American prouofahi. Kvontunlly roprcwntationa that Amor caii rtHiiiiroi'ity would 1h ltnKwil)le nritlidiit tho frt'o ndiuntaioii of Atuoriuan xrtn) imiucwl I'rtmiior Canovaa to iim. wot to audi a rodiiolion of tho tnritT m (ill pliu-o nil American Hour upon near ; eual footing with Spanuh Hour. Smitmnlor morehuntH dpclnro that ikinir into (MitiHidoration tho coat o. THnap irtntiou of coroal jfrmn. of which lif hulk jjoih to tho Antillo, Aiuerican lmir will crurh out tho Spauiah product n ttn Hpimiuli Vot Indiea. Mlerk UotiMl Irrt-ttularillrx. Sun Frnm.'ini'), April iEI. Attorney 5'norid Hurt has liejjun proroodinoa iaiimt tho Hhu FrnnciKM puliho stock nctiiinue, m whiiih hoimkH that tho cor ?initum ho dnjolnod from iloinj; hui mid that ita motive in iIoIdk huei-ie-w m decreet! illfjriil and in violation )f tlio law. He oaka that ita charter 10 WftMteil. Tho romplnint not a forth that tlio modo 'f eoiuluctini; Iho htiaintai la in viola uii of tho penal code of tlioitateot lifornia mid in violutioii of tho lawa of Instate of California audthoord.umicf a 'f tho city and county of Han Frunciaco nfiuiHt ooodurtlnK loilcriM,Rambllo in my kMtuoa of clmnco, and therefore il real uud nniiiMt palilio polioy. t'rnutlHlrnl MnaisrlrriBK. St. Paul, April lil-Tho n-port of tho nk oxmninfr on the affaire of tho Wrican lluildintr mid Ian Aiocia. ion hlimv that forfoitid atook baa lxen J by a mxjnri!)' of tho dlreutora to "fir friend or triuUd omployM at a loniinul Huure. That purchaaora In win iiiaiaiicca had the numerical 'mount uf fortltlentoa relucod in the lumber of Hliarea, o no further pay ueuta would be uoccxrnry, and thou Ur uel from tho aaaoviatiou of atock ao edui. tliriHiqunrtoraof the loan fund "labliriK thtui thereby to K't more mon ')' from tho ruMoclalion than required to mrctmae the .tock Waaiass.eee (or Hand. Chicago, April 'il-William C. Btone k out an accident lloy in the Tfav Inrs' IVefarrcU Accident Association of '"U-aso laal Decomber. He ia a lite ck dealer In Tesaa. Nine daya after received Ida policy he fell from a rain aa In waa paajing from ono ear to "other. The whetla passed orer oue of hanJa, which hJ to be nmputatoJ. 'one immediately appllea to? tho in-tomnlty-rjoo-para by tbeusxiat!on itually in audi caaee. Ilut ao objection !il!.-?ilMH,. 11 WIU clairaod that the 'ley for a live atock dealer did not ?.,.. trve,"' r rail, and Htone'a op. iitation waaiunored. He la now aulnif ,uZTH"t,on wAMdBi In the 'uPerior court. wreooe, Ku, April iM A few 'Mk aw LUxl0 Chltwood. 19joara of e, eatfle here from KnosTllIe, Teon., talUte L,ur aha went t o Jet oacouaty to visit aa aunt who llrra tbtowaotaBtrr. Lut wkhe wan arriwtnl by a conalabln on word flora Knoxvlllo, charRlnu her with atoal inK&aX) from a hntol at which alio work ed, llin eoimtahlo, who i a hntol ltoeKr, kept her locked in a room for lour tlnva anil, it ia claimed, did not allow her tho p'ivilruri nor nccommiKla- lioim grunted in n jull. llio iieiuhhtira heard of it, oruanitod n moli of l.V) and Wtlnoadny at mid infill reociioil her and took her to hvr n u ii I 'k, eiiyititf tho Tonueo, o Ulcer a could huvo her when they arnwd, but demmidod Unit alio ho troaUd decently. An olllcor nrrivwl yratcrday with a roouiaition mid took her home. Her lory m lluil ayotiutt man to whom nlie wan enunueii nioln tlio money and then deeojeil her away to throw auapiuion on her. He Iiiih Im-on nrn-Mod at Ktinxvillo. The Couiilrrrell Two Itollnr llllln. WmhliiKto,!, I). C, April '.M Only n p'ipor exMrt can detect the dilToreiuM linlweii tho uenulnn two dollar ilvor certificate iMMUed by tho Kiivornmeiit mid tho HpurlotiH oii.'h with which the country ih InWnK Hooded. Tho uioki ex oft enrfriivera of tho bureau of eiitfruv iiii.' and priutiuir, nflor apondluir tinurn mul iIiijh in a moat lnlniito exmiiinntiiiu of tho two nolea, havo roHirle.l that, ao fir iih the enKravinir ia eoncornetl, there ih not tho Hlliihtoat dilTorenco In'tweon them, oven t . a dot aa lari aa a pln'a head. Tho paper of tho counterfeit, n.omiver, ih ho olooo an npproiich to that of tho genuine hilU that It reijliireH con aiilerahln exmninatioii to iletocl tho dif fereiico. 'ra)' d'ave Otrllrr. I'Vw people hereiilMiiitH know of the cxiHteuco of a crazy envo dweller, named Jauu, who Iiiih for Ilia eomiinniou a Kii.il, and Uvea in a tlur out on tho Mex icanaido about throe milea up tbu river, aaya the Kl Pnwi Tribuno. Tho cavo in which the hermit makea Iiih homo whm viHittsl oterdiiy nfternoon by a few M-iiple, but they wore not aucfofaful in Kottiiitf mi interview with Km HlranKe oc- unpatit. Jauu ih it Mexican and ia con. xiilored harinleaaly inamie. Ho iH very aeldoni kvii by anyUKly. 'Ilio cavo ih opKxiito Foil IIIihs and Kh occupanla nre tho hermit and lila put oat. Accord Itlkf (0 ilHUIl'ri Hllltemont ho wnw mimn coaohinnu for a wealtfiv family in tho lily of Mexico, utui Iiiih wandered about the country over hiiico Iiih liliicharKe, which occurred boiiio yeara iilm. Ho makoHu livmc by Kalheriiijj ruota and herbH and llin thorn to n linn in Chi Illinium. 11 is primitive habitation ih idhiut ton fot t Hijuaro and lite foot In lieli'lit, nml itM only contonta nro un old dry kixmIs oox, a couplo of blankota ami the KotilH atraw bed. 'ITio cookinir ia done on thn outaide, aa ia cualomary with itinerants. Ho haw an halluolna tion that ho ia Koini; to bo killet by von doo neroee, mid when ho ecH a nero ho coiiHnra hitielf in hia ahabby alxxlo uud ilooa not venture in tho open air for liourH. Ilia caao ia ono for HutiliuuH writura. An Appropriate Ofrrrlna;. The Miaaion of All Bainta (Kpiacopnl) oatabliahed in Treacott, mid at premmt umlcr tho char of Ilor. B. V. Meutioy, waa the recipiout yealarday of u hiiml aomo communion service, tho (jift of Chi f Juatico and Mra.Ooodinjr, ao a ell known In thia oommuiiity.aud ao deerv edly topular with our cititena. It waa proouled aa a memorial to the mother of Jude Uoodiui;, and ono of the piecea bonra an appropriate imcription in coni memoration of that eatlmable lady. Ttio nervico oonatata of a larue IUon, two chalicea, and a pnton all of n beautiful iloritrn and rich workmauahip. At yea torclay inorninK'a aervioe they were ar ranuwl uimiii tho 'ro table of the altnr, and Ilev. K. V. Meaney made an nunounc meiil to tho oonjrrctfRtlon, calling atteti tion to the eacrod veenela, and making known the namra of thn donnra to whom All Hainta Miaaion ia iudebted for thia moat noeaaarv addition to their altar re ijuiremunta. They wer InteudiNi aa an Easter ofTorinir, and thia ia expretwed in the retuiiite Inacription that ornainenta the tlaiton. Toe oonureRation dealre to expreaa their eincere thaRka to the Ren nroua and thoughtful Rivera. The above item ia a clipping from the l'reeoott Courier. Ilcv. Meauey, who Ih now locntinl at Preacott, waa for yeara the distiruruiahod Kpiaoopal divine of Hants F and ia therefore well-known throughout the territory. He ia a preach er who makoa frianda in whatever Held ho may be I oca tod. :karlr A. Uaaa. When Charloa A. Dana, of the Hun, ia in New York, ha goee to hia office every day mid put In a kUft day 'a work, juat im if he waao't 71 yoara old and a mil lionaire. Ho ia a kindly, bruaiuo old fel low, who boama upon iiveryUxiy through hia bier, two-moon apectuclea, and bun Ilea and buxzea about morn like a big blue bottle Hy on a window pane than tho traditional office cat. Hut when he aeltlea himself at the buaineaa ear of In a I'tioirrapber loadrd for a column or ao of (ended brevier, the fur brfrina to lly m arneat. It "a queer (hat a man who haa more warm personal friend than any other oditor in New York ahould also have audi a boat uf biltor enemiea. Probably the reaaon ia that tnuat of them have never aeen him. The aturm In Kanaia about April 1, proved moredlaaatroua to atook than waa Uenarnlly euppoaed. It ia taid that YV. II. Hlauiihtor, who had oomo .TOO head of a'eere on pasture In tho stato loat in the neighborhood of M) head, and dome other New Mexioo and Arizona atock men Buffered fully aa heavy loaaeo. At preaont tho weathar throughout that atate la dailgbtful, and veffetation of all kluda ia apriodiDir up rapidly. Altoeth or pruapecta for crop and uraae never looked brishtar at thia aaaaon, ami everything auirura wall for tho preaeot aonaon to wltnena a Rreat demand from the feeder fur the good cattle of thl aeottou. ItAII.MOAO It.VTTI.I-.H. Tho Fort Worth A Ulo (Jrnndo lul, literiiiK a li.rKo nniounl of Mock rattle at Fort Worth. The .Santa I'o anl Ih rather loo buay and imiay for romfnttalilo indulgence in aieataa juat lit pteHonl. The Hantn Fo company him imt ei mnilo any moo toward ro inlabllHlinii ita up town ollico in Stiuta I'o. Tho now eiiumo for the l'reacott A Arizona Central road (Wilhum N. Ktllyi weiuliH U'.i.MK) kjuihIh, without conl or water. In the recent rinlrnail wreck on iho Lake .Shore road, near Clovolaud. lni, two enuiniwrn mid aix poxtnl route clcrkii wore killed. The Atlantic .V I'iiciIIc ih .loinc nn im iiittimi huHinoMi in fioiht triilllc. Hu teen crown now run wtv-oon tliii city nnil Wlualow. ' II. H. Nonce, who inaureA'rnilrond men. repreHentltii the Travelera mid Im-aleil ut Dent or, ih in the city, lie uill reiiiiuii wveral ilnye. YnrdmiiHler Senrn. uf the Santa l'e ynrda, whm llnul thin mnriiirk' by diialieo Dciiliiim fi'i ami coMts for oliHtruotlin' tho alreelH with cure. Hopo loduo No '.17, National AtHociu. tion uf Miit'liiiiiat, will kivo iIm llri-t nn mi ul ball nt the nnk m Kuton. MumIiiv ovenim.. April H7th. Mm, I!) nn and Mr. Martin, who have been nl the Wniilaor for the pant fow daya, left hu-t nij;lit for home. They mo wived of iKipular ni'lrnuderii. Five extrn freight crcwa hac Uen put oil lietwrell tllH city ami Una Vcifiih. There are now twenty -tlvo iiiHteml of ninoteoi' crewa iih heretofure. Conductor John llriidy, of the Atlan tic .t I'ncillc, Iiiih relurued fiom llurlim.1 ton, where ho loul cone to nttcnil the funeral of Iiih brother .Iikih'h. It'iiiiliiiuater Inlin Coiiwn) ih kept Iniay proteo intf tho Denver A Kin (inn, do rmlroiul trin k from the Iuk'Ii wntera uf the Niivnjn river in Km Arrilm count i. .1. W. Nolo Hi, ellKilieer on the A. A I'., Ih huildiut; n now fmir room brick rexi donee on hoilth Walter Htreet. on the llik'liliiiiiln. which will coMt nUuit SliiO. CIihh. HteveiiHou, one of the riatitn Fo cmdiirtorH Utween thia city mid Lna Vecaa, KhiK in tho hIio-- Inat iiikIiI and Horimaun hud n lot of fun at (.'harlev'a expuuao, John Hlavin, who waa recentlv pro moted to the ponitiou of travi'lint; pan annKer nont Tor the Hiintn Fo, Iiiih In oaUnl in Uonver, hia future head quarters. Tho TomhMono I'roapector aaya: "Tho faro for round trip ticketa from Tiiceou to Albuquerque duriuu tho eiii'iuupment next full will bo i?l.'i.7.". l'rom Helmut, it will bo lear." It waa rumored Hint tho Tvxna ,t I'n cillc and Fjrt Worth A Denver were to be consolidated. Thin cannot U legally donn nnilor tho atato Iiiwh, aaya tho Fort Worth (Jaztttto. Ktophen NmiKhton, more frtiuently oalled "(Sunny Kick Kiley," Iimh rolativea in Sault Sto Mane. Mich., who would like to hem from him. "(Sunny-Suck" in Homewhoro n a xoctiou out on tho Atlantic A Pacific. Lnat nitfht a No. 4 from tho wchI. did not arrive until about '.) o'clock thin morning. Tho delay wuh cnuaed hy two or three cars of a watr (rain ettiiiB olT tho track at Aah Hill, a atation tin aide of Uaralow. Tti-day'a No, !, alao from the went, wuh delayed until .'1:1k) thin nf ternoon. Doth traina wore uuido into one nud proceed til on eaal. The enterpriainc cltizoiiH of IWalur, Texas, havo juat contracted with eioiUni uapttaliala for tho building of a line of railroad from that city to tho coal mice at Uridgeport, twelve in ilex diatnnce Decatur ptya the railroad compuiv a ubaidy of fno.CXH) in real oatato nud ac ouroa tho right of way. l'ho railroad company i to complete tho ruad and put tho oonl minea iu operation. Conductor Himpaon, of Durango, mot with a alight accident thut uiight of cool him hi life. I'ter ho had paiucd through tho paaaenger couch, collecting tickota.hn triml the cloaot door and found it locked, ami aubeeiiuently trying tlio door nud atill Hndlng it locked he imjii- cludeil that eomi one waa inaide trying Ui ateal a ride. Ho made an atieiiipl to are through the window from the out aide, nml had no more than tuuug around on the aide of tho car when the train pawed a coal alinl. Ho waa atruck on the aide by one of thn projecting tim ber. Aiidn from aertotia limine he thought no other iujurira were auatuitiod. Monday the brakemenon tho coal runs of tho Union Pacitlo ayatem, at Trinidad, atruck fr un increase of pay. Tho runa included in tho tie-up aro the Bopria, Catakill and Chlooaa. The mni havo tieen diaaatiallod for aome time with the achedulo they havo boon receiving, which they claim i amuller lhau other ruada pay in tho aamu aervioe, and aubmitttxl a acale to Trainmaator Frodoriuka on iaat Huudny ami dvmandtd an uuawer by Monday morning. The amwur waa not fortboomiog and the men ref ued to take their runa out. Tho brnkemen nn the main line aro in aympalhy with tho atriker and threaten to tie-up the roud uuloaa their requeal ia complle-l with. tub AunvqutiigiT All that Fort Worth needa now la a puab, J atari, to give ita growth an im- pettu Sbat will carry the Jnrn City far beyosd the moat aaogulna bupa uf her people. "MoMy ih hard to get" la thn nnawer Fort Worth haa forty citlena who can get tho money to build a line hotl nml contract the lbtiiiieriUi to HprlugloH n, iiml thcae two enterpriaea put on foot now nml aupplementing the erection of tl. e Federal building anil city hull ami iidilllinUN hlng mnilo to thn pnekery would In the worlt. -(Siuetto. If tlioae "fotty citiena" would tako n j hi nt over the lino of thn AlliiiiUorUo mul wo the rich mid iiingnillcent country It pelieliatt", anil then vinlt the Iniatling littlo iirtc'iiuu city, Spriiigtowu, tliey would i.cetl no further cvlilotme iiIhiuI it being 'i paying inveatuieiit. There would b no waiting fur the country to e. llle up, iih it would penelriitn a heavily opu liiioil agti Mltiiral ilintricl, one renowned for itn priitl.ictH mid livn t-tmiU A great tncrt'iititlle trade would Im turned to I'orl Worth, thouimiilH of I'lilee of cot ton uoiiM l. mild to In r liuyera, her packer) woiiltl ho fiirnialied with linn tbcla of cnrloada of hogM ami cuttle mid Itroiliice lililold alliplleil to her lillltketH. Toih unnlil Ih the In-'hi roinl that ecr left her ImiiI-TH. I'orl Worth Hliould not ceaf worldiig until the Ailniiuriue rearhiH Siiriiigtiotn. Spnngtown New denier. nn kimi t IV II. (' Short, chief of traveling niulitorn of the Snnta l'e hyatetii, liea liuiirtore at lop li.i, ami W. II MutHoti, traveling au ditor for the New Mexico mid Ulo ' lirunl ilivixioiit, urrivcd in tlio city hint night, being iiL-compiiucd here by J. W. Walker, the new Htatioii iigenl, vice .1. W. I'uriiH Aortli who goen to Kl Pnao, To tiny tli i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i r h it r it checking up at the depot, ami iim noon iih the trnnafer ih made, tin. i-titliou projicrly uriied oxer to Mr. Walker, Mr. I'au aworth will go to Iiih now ilclil nf .lot). The Albuquer )ilo htntion Iiiih Ufii en tluctml in gootl hhapo hy tin outgoing agent, Mr. Farnn worth. A Jrrnt Nlrtkr. Judge T'otnt.iu r t iri.c.l from tho H'ltitb Uhh itiorniiig, liriiiguig with hhi, muuploH of the nett htnke juat nmdclli the lower tunnel of the Sleplionaon Hen liett mini', Orgitu iiioiiiilain-i, anyit the Now Mexican, The hwimi'iia hne been iiliiiir.-l 1 1) a numher of mining men to tin). Tli tunnel Ii ,h li.-en driven ncrot-a the vein u:.i. h ci'liHtllUtet thia HOW tllld, and tiie muii'Mil ctrnil; Ih felmiil to be cigh- hi I wide. YcMctdny alulo work ing on u Imi wuh thought to ho tho aide wall the i m ii. rn broke thioiigh into a Ilium o( galena, the Mi ne nod extent of which ii iih yet uudeteriiiilltiL There i, hiiAover, no iucHtmn but that the Htrille ih one of the gra.ileet of tin. iiiuny rich Htrikoa made in Now Mexuvt Huh upring. AianyHHhow the twelve foot vein to run twelve and a half outiuea in aiiver and from III to Vi p r cent lead. Tho vein ia impregnated with felilapnr and ih cjec inll) viilunble an a Hiixiug ore. Uegulur hhtpmonta of ore are iMitng mailo from the K ephenHnn-liouiiett iroorty to tho K Paao atueltera, 4'iittlna AITrny at t'rnlral. OnTuiH.lay oveinng liiht ul (Vntrul, in thiH county, M. lUihl, who ia uIhi known by the cuphiinsntiH cognomen of "Q" IS nml one Cbnpiii, a crpnter etnployeil at Fort llayard, were drinking together and nppurontl) friendly until hoy entered Iho atoro of Julum Wellgo hiiuaen, wln rn a iiiarrel ennied. followed by a light in winch Chnpiu appea'cil to bo getting the I c-t of if, until Kcdd drow a hiiiiiII chirp knife and cut Chnpiu aevoral timea i i Iho neck mill back. Clinptn wie taken to tho hoapilal at Fort llayard, where hia wouuila were atteniletl to and ho ia now recovering. Hixld wna aricaled mid held under guard mil 1 1 Hot next day when he waa committed to jml in thu city Silver City Sent in.-1. .XreUlcMit Itcri-tlllliiit Hint lna. L'it Siitiirilny evening Lieut. I ieorgo II. Diiiictn, of tlm '.lib Infantry, arrived from Whipple Hurr.ick, uud with a r.on coiutuiaiiiueil olllcer and a p'lvalo, e tahhaheil a recruiting alatmn for In diana. Ilia ptoiKMml to enliat a com pany of Mohuvo lndlmia for tho l'nited Statea aervioe, but whether tho long haired, briMoh cluuted braven will chiao to berime aoldiera, Ih rather doubtful. If thoy knew they would ho atalloued ill thia lieighborhooil, wo be I lo. c they would enliat, bill when they aro told they arn liable to be ordered to Italy to light they don't aeem to reliah Iho ulna. Wn urn afraid thu now fnngled notion of thn government will prove futile Nvtdle Bye. !ll cf Waler. Since tho announceuiriit that artealmi water aa irocurel in abundanco at a depth of M ftet our auennng neighbor, who ahould lay aaido their petty jeal onalna it tit I work for the internal of the entire valley, have had nothing to aay, We have atill bolter uowt to announce. Waierl lot of water! ia Howiug out r.t the top three inch pip from the nrlriiiiti! well of Capt, LfO, and the beau ty of it ia that the other end of thn pipe la only 151 fool In the ground. Bach well put down allow a atronger How and I procured at a ahallower depth than auy of the former. We can aaaurn our neighbora that our "indication" uf arte ainti water nre favorable. Iloawell lUcord, After Buffering horribly for yaara from aorofula in ita worat form, a young eon of Mr. U. Ij. King, 700 Franklin at, llioh mood, Va,, waa recently cured by theuae of Ayer'a Haraaparilla. No other medl cioo can approach this preparation aa a cleanear of th blood. HVIIIUt. MTtl.l, 0. Trhililail A-lii-ill-rr A tll M. Tho NKikc on the I'liion Pacillo Iiiih now !( .iim go oral from l)ener to Tex line, (riil yi'Hteriliiy not u train waa aent out. except the regular pnawnger traina, winch Hi" trtkera i.ny will not U inlerferri tl with. Yeaterdll) mnriiillg the i:iieiuien worn in their iiIiicch. but there u iim no work to do, im tho train men were not on duty. They held a chuciih in tic morn lug and one in the .iftcrnooti, w hen it waa decided to rhy their canter in the ring nml join the ptrikore, ami at :t o'clock they j 1 1 1 1 work. SuHriiiteinleiit lliwll wuh on the ground and had a abort conference with the Milker, lie waa told iu plain Inn gunge that uuloen the branch run brake men trre given what they ih'iimutlod n more work vmild he iiot.o ninl that new icon would not he cruiiltii t i go to work. j Only one umn. a Htrmigc r,oirorcl to go to work, mid in iilxmt live iniiiiiteH aft -ho uiinle hia npH.iirance at the yarila he w aa mil) t'ti nnxi.'iia lo ecel( a job olae where. The Uiya kept 1 1 Ih lint aa a roll venir of Inn mil. Superintendent Duncan came down biat evening in a i-pecial cur, ami it waa reported thai he waa bringing a gang of ncalni with him to take Iho place of the atrikera. A large delegation whh at tli tlep.it, hut if any men came in they were wain oul of right. Tho men were quiet and orderly all day, hut there wuh noticed a look of d,w termination on tho fnccH of the men which indicated that the) were Hi for a prutruct!l light, if ticct-aaiiry, to gain their tMiint. IjLal.iveii iI..1....iioii .,r ,inU.. went oul to Chiooaii to ii.tercent ., that waa auitl to h on their way hero to go to work, and miluce them to return. The inetl Mnv thin- will iirnl.u-l II lit Villi patiy'a property ,f any attempt I made to duetto) it Hn jH-riii tention to Duncan mid litreotl were mil .icivhhIiIo ,t evening mul what coiirno they have determined on they are keeping lo tl emaelvef. We hincerely I.oh. thai they will tako a juat view of the ninth r ami i ml the wtriki at an early hour thin morning. KuHrillteliiletil HtMtell yeHtcn'liy lip plitsl nt the tihetilT'H i. Illco for aeVetily live depuliiw to protect thu property of thn complins , hut aa there wuh no up pnrcut need of protection the poao wna not orgNined. Tint evident puriame waa to lutimtilati. the ftrikoru and either force them to go to work or aliauihui the Held. There is no danger of violence. ratal Cvlrtlun. Pitlaburg, Penii., April HI. -A apecml from I'nionti.w ii, I'euii., anyH: The facta have been Iturn.-il t tint violence Iiiih again ciiiisimI death in the coke rcgimiH with tho result Hint troopH huvo been callwl to the hcciic of tho tragedy and all ia iu n fe'i"viit. The I'nyettit coiiulv olllcera went to ' Otlditbtthia inoriiiiig'wheri. thev ,,M two ev.clions after a great deal of tnui ! bio and oppohitton. The) were overpow ero.l b) the rtr.l,.rti and driven away. Keinfnrcisl by SbenlT McCornuick mul a large force Ih- dcpulioa returui'd when a pitched kittle took place Ix'tm-eil the rlienlfii iHirixi mul about IWi lluiigariiina, men and women. A llungarimi girl wuh killed and othern injured, ainomr whom 1110 KCVl'Nll lIl'pUtl.-H. - I Tho bntlle ta'ciirreil mIkiiiI II o'clock tli ih nfternoon while the mcmbera of company C were luuchliig down nt the Ixiiler Iioiihi'. Tim ilepiitleH were trying to keep tho 1 1 una from carrying buck tlio hoiiaehold goods winch had been thrown mil of the hotiae in the forenoon. A big, atrong Hun wna lighting with thn dupu titsi, when Sheriff McCormaclt atartml to nanirt thoiii. Tho Hun aaw him coming and tried to alioot. Thn girl who wna near waa a lover of tho big Hun ami waa lighting for him with tho fenaiily of u young lioneaa. Tho depot ira any that thn plHtol went off in tho handa of the Hun ami killed Inn aweetheart. If it had not boeu Hint several of aim puny 0 had ut that moment come every deputy would douhtleiM hnveUstn injured if not killed. Sheliff McCortniick waa allot through tho thumb by thu bullet that killed tho girl. Bvictiona will take place at Leith to morrow iit.d trouble ia fenretl. About IU0 Pinkertona arn alationwl at Ijeinou ring, whero eighty lire men are nl work in thn pit. Company C will remain at Odcliilu to-night. Dnputie Crawford and Kioto arrived hero thia evening with three pritoriere captured during the riot. John Mnh Smi Yet Vouat. Chicago, III., April 'Jt.-Allhough ho dintipansl more than a week ago John K. Fiib boa not yet communicated with hia friend, and iiuthlng new haa boon learned of hia present location. Il waa reported to Mr. Fiah, Sr., Hint the young man applied at a hotel a', Madiaon, Wla , a week ago for a room, but could not obtain uno on account of thu crowd, ed condition of the houae, Th next morning early he waa aeon in the Capitol park. Further tracea of hia utovementa nt Madiaon will Im aought. The yaung man. who i the eon of General Solicitor Kiih, of the Ht. Paul rood, ia Ul years old and 0 feat 'i incheu in height. Hn had been auffaring from the Iu griptie, and It la behoved left th oltywbilaina aetnl dalinou condition, A Big Kallra4 Mfkraar. Now York, April Ul.-Willlam Davla, ganerel tuparioUndaat of lha Corpua t'hriati A South American Uailwny com pm y, winch ih coiiatructing a Itnnof rnil roid from the Tinted SlatiH to Soutl America, g voh n aumtiuir) of the work n fur aa it haa gone, and nltxi ,,f ll. fntute , I' the compmiy Ho aaya. though little Ima hech Hind nlhitit it to the public, the road it one i f the greateat railroad building enter piia. The hue winch the complin) haa la., gun la to l. I.I.VI milea in length. Thlc yeaiH are hi be taken in itn building From .Vu i to ii,'i men will Im em plo)cd i oiiiractH hne been made calling for the completion of the n.inl from Cirpua Inmtl to Hie l.'io (Untitle b) Sept I. The line will i'mm the Iim (iralnle at llrowiiaviilc, Ti-mih, and will run Hieii. e to Tuvpan. fnun wlneh .nit a brunch line will I. run to the fit) of Mexico. I'Iih t: i it t ti line w nl continue from I'ux p in h Mnniin' land and rcliumitep,c in Mexico, th ti, (liiHteuiMlii. Snlwnlor, Ni 'iiriigiiu. CnHta Ibeii ami I'litiinnn. t'-onceain.iiiH ,ne been minle h) the govermiieiitw of each c niitr) through which It will p.'iMt ninl Hiilm iheH grmiteil A Kiniiotr llin nltiK. Poncr. April '.'I D,ii . CrewellV big machine hIioh, lirn-i mul tyat foun dry, aitiiated on the corner of Sixt..nth ami make Htreeia, ih liunung mul will i ,r.dmll I mplelely O.troy.l will, a on-t of iiImiiiI ?1V1.ii The lire darted in th.. center of top Ho. r mul ia iipparentl) UmoiiiI the the j control of the tire ilepnrtmeiit. I The l iiliiiirl CoinlUK. Colonel . II. Smith, one of H. promo tern of a m-hemo to liu l.l irrigating "'tclieain New Mexico, nud lliiuiicial tlitchea in New Mexico, nud for th" Kl n.K. lrrigat.i.ii A Colouiuilioii compmiy, ih otpi-clml here to morrow. He in ,n Sanlu l'e, ami in tho court. of a cuieraatioii at the NeMex CHU ""I"""' .-'terpriKc.. of in" i wiiipioi hi ..mi, iiioxit'o. o iih lei.rii ctl Hint they urn nn1 prepare! to go right nhead mul pinh work, tliero being plenty of iiuuie) in t'ie treasury with which to do this. The tlrrt nonatructioii " """'' l,lu .Miii.oreH M.iiey, miiiiii i oiiiii;, iioweier, iih inere are vet Home iletnila coiiiiected with thn Central , Km (Jramle valley enterprise, audi im m onring certain deedH ami other evidence of tit'e, whic'i iiuiHt 1st nttcliihsl to bo fore active work can begin on thedildiea ,iin I Htoriige r MervoirH. TIhh company has Ims-ii completely reorgatned of late, hii)h Ci.pt. Smith, and aeveral objci-lion-Illiie plirtli-H heretofore connrctt'd with it I are no longer "in it." Tho compucy iu j now iu tho control of MiiheiicliUFOtts and I .Maine capitnliHtH who appreciate the liu portmicoof eatiihliahing irrigation and cilotiiznli.iu uiuicrtiikiiigH in New Mex leu. uud have the courage mul the Ilium- cuu uncKing iieeeHsnrv to curry them out. ; The t. ernur'x. j Thu followii g is (iov. Pruic'a mldrera lo ' "'tlen! Ilurrinon when the preauleli tml train reached D mg: ' " V ' r'"UH''1 "" 1 '"tiido wo en ii-ii-n me i uiiiiiieii i i ., oicxico. ami i 1 wish on helm f i f u of our ti.ot.ie to v , pre.H our high griitrticution at y ur virit, mul Hi I'ViHiilniir lleartie.it wel.-omo to thia territory. Wo welcoin.. ymi, put only as the chief miigirtrntit of the iiiitiiui, but erpecinlly iih the preaulout who lilla aho .'ii tint grt.ati el intereat in our wel fare mul Iiiih diiiie Iho uuwt to promote 'l' 1 l'rU'"" preaulentH havo hold ollico , .!... -V..U. 1... ...... . - . . .1 nin. .Hi'tiiii ins-iiuiK nnri oi inn I'm led State, but no nreaulentinl utter mice ever referred to our territory mi l ita lutereHtH until your own in thn miuual nit-range of IK-MI, when ymi Urged net lull by (Siliurisui fur tlm aixw-i v H.ttlemei.1 of our land t.tlra for for.v yeara Now Mexico hnn aulfered from the uncertainty of Hit ae to I. si, and thai mrtuage, supple meiileil liy the hmciiiI mnaaago of Inst .Iu y and by tho adlv e intereat of mem Imra of the cabinet, haa brought to u- the greateat Ihhui .ur ht-tory and ohuI u future of vast iroaHrity. "Our jmoplo fii th deepest gralitud mr'oilVI'li!1!'' ".n'1 ,,TI, "!',' ' our olllcial welnotnn la mail isrwinall) more heartfalt on thia aecitiut " Th president rturi:el hi thank m a brief Hch. AnihrrMf-tre. Tho last it-auo of the lbaiwi.il lUgtr haa tho following item about the .Iimi ery of another artesian well Lait Hntuttbiy ut '1 u'clock tl.. wnter lagnn apouting from the well n ( upl. lu' lot. Tina makea thren of there wonderful we Is In itoawe I.Nlitletid sue ! ceding one t. na,.r the aurfac. ,,; i Jaffa Prager woll ia 1SI7 feel, the Corgrov o well la 187 feet, while that of Cspt. Iea laonly l&O feet. The water aumily of , n,n-n,. iuuuii ,iuiiHer iiiiiii too others. Il pouta from the piiat at ten 1 feet rnun Ihogroiind. Kveryone rejoic wiwi mo caption over inn artesian iwuuty To rtnnd and watch the water play, re mind ono of reading of fairy fountains in Sylvnn retreats, nnd if you watch mid think of il, ui a fairy fountain, uud tho i-npimn .uieuiia mating mo nyivau to treat, now that hn haa the 'lsnutiful aoiiter. n a abort while atrangera com lug into our littlo city will meet on every limiil apnrkling foiintniua and leafy liranchea, enough to remind them of W uliwv tlnn.l, The promptunsn and certalntv of ita cures have made Clinmberlnln a Ojinrh llcliiisly fmuuua. It la intendeti rHperial ly for cough, (sililH,croui nud whooping cough, and I tho uinal effectual rrmely known for tlustn dieeaaea. Fifty cent lailtlea for sain by Tluai, II Uurgeee A Hon, druggiat. TheJicarilln Aimche Indian agency will ln taken away from the aouthorn Ute agency in Colirndo, July 1, and placed iimlor tho isiutrol of the Pueblo Indian agency ut .Mania Fe. Agent He. gura left to-day for Ignacio, aouthnrn Colorun'o, where he will spend several weeks faraillariring himaslf with hi new dutios. New Mexican. .'ITV KATIIKKM. A lllx Ilnlrli nf llitliirx Trnnaarlrd l.nst I'.venlna;, tr lie. lall, April a, The iMiurd of iililertiion uiut lnat night. 1'ns.eiit ,1. B, Samt, nuivor; Alilermon rinijo, llowmiin, (label, Hunt, Maloy mil Miller; Clerk Hupkui, Murnlial Mna. 'en. Abaeiil -Aldermen Furr and Kaa lor. The miuutcH of the provioua mooting were rend ami approved. The police committtsi not being nblo hi report on chargisi preferred agninat I'eler Ishcrwood, waa grunted further limit. ri.u winitary committee had no report to make. J he lattitiun of Tlnw. Koleher nnd J. VriHurri, relative to tho conatrucliun uf a sidewalk on hoiiHi eido of ihulrond ftva- mie iH.twts.n I'ourth and Fifth atreota, waa read mid placed on llle. On motion of Alderman Hunt, aocond lb) Alderman (label, that thu city at torney Ut iiiMtructod to draft an ordi- imnce in ac ordiuirti with mi act nanaed i.) the Iaat legialuturo providing for Ilia huililing of HidewalkH in cith. The petition .if Cornoliu do Murphy, te.utivet.i tho abatement of a tiuUiinco hi the rear of W L.Trunblo .fcCo.'s Cop ier avenue livery atable, waa read, and mi motion of Alderman Hunt, aocondod hy Alderiaiiii t Sable, it was roforrod to IhoHmntnry comtnittw. Tho lattitiun of John FruJriukaon, per- taiiniig to damage to Iiih lot iu N. T. Ar mij.i'H a. Ii lit ion by the opening un of I'oii'ih Htns.t. wuh read and on motion of Alderman Maloy, ai-coudis! by Alderman .Miller, it w iih referred to tho atroot com- miltff. (hi motion c? Alilerinuii Mlllor.aocond I by Aldermiiu llowmau, u vuto of ihatikswiia tenderiHl Iho llrand Army and tfiiarda for mi invitation to attend Hie camp tiro and ball nl Iho Armory Iaat evening. Tho communication of F. C. (Sunn, en gineer m chnrgo of thu hower work, woo rend ami on motion of Ahlermau Armlio wna referred to tint newer committee. He given a touiprolicuaivo ami long raport of how the work la being progNwaod. The clerk'a report for tho wcok'a ending April '."J, waa introduced mul placed ou lllo. Marttlial Maaten'ii report wuh read for tho week eliding April iU, It wa ap provisl. Troaaurer Hrigga' roairt waa read nnd on mutton of Aldormau Hunt, seconded by Aldorman Armijo, that it bo referred to tho lliinnio committtMt. Tho motiuii waa loat by tho following vote: A yea- Armijo, Hunt, 2, naya llowmiui, Maloy, OalHtl, Miller, 1. On motion of Aldermaii Maloy, eeo oiidod by Aldorman (Jabcl, that a war rant bo tlruwii in favor of the Hamilton .Nntioniil bunk of New York for I50 to In''"1 ""tercHt on funding Imtule; and that ' trenauror bo inatructed to honor all "''rriiuiH iirawn liguiual llio ctinllngont 'd un il ho roceivoa further inatruo- fr""' thn Ixiard. engineer viuuii. oi ino Bower, mnilo a I verlial talk ulaiut thu Actstiia Madro In i torferring witn work on tho newer. Ordiuanco No. I'M, rotative to fran cliiaca nnd priviligw, wua rend tho tint Hmo. ( Irdinnnce No. l'Jl, relating to tho du t usi of tho city attorney, waa road tho llrat time. Thu contract tor printing with Tin: lUn.r Citizk.n wan rend, and the mayor '"atruetod to algn anmo with publiaher. A nilllllior nf new I i 1 1 h nern intrrwlnivxl r,.f,.m, t tho llaanco commitUsj. , . . . A iiiiiiiuiimatiun waa received from l,M' "r" ilopartmeut notifying tho Ixianl of tho election of F. W. Keickn.chiof.aud W S. MnLaughhii. asaiatant chief of tho , . . , ., , .,. ,l"l"iiieiit, and on mot ion of Alderman Hunt, wsmiuIisI by Alderman Armijo, it was referred to the Hro ciimmltten. T" "f l!"I'kiu. In Iho aum ... ... ... . of fit" 'I. with . M. Weaver, W. P. Metralf and M. Maudell ua aurotiea, was rs4.1 and acceptwl. On motion of Alderiuaii Hunt, aocond- AhlermMi (ialatl, tho following wsr- r"ta were ordertHl tlrawn: Hrake 111.00 Chaa. Maaten Ul.OO Moved by Alderuimi Hunt, aooonded i,v Ahlermau Ikiwuian, that the matter . , ... 'linking a contract with thn mayor- tlomoof ucequiaa for turning off tho water fro'n Acequia Mndrn lo referred to H, wer comtuitUtt wild tho lulvico of .. , .,,,,.,. 1'"' c' attorney. Mdormmi Furr from thu Firat ward; Altlermuu Kaatcr from tlio Second; Al derman Maloy from th Third, and Al derman Miller from tho Fourth, wero selected aa a (simmittne Iu meet with tho county commiMiioiiara na n lioard cf cquuliution rolativo tu city taxes. On motion of Alderman Armijo, aooond ed by Aldermnn Maloy, that the atrnet committnn be eniiwurod to make a con tract for aprinkling tho streets for the enauing year and If necessary to procure a sprinkling cart to become tho property of thn city. Aldermeu CSaltel, Hunt and Iiowman warn appointed a committee to rovito tho rules of procedure and order ot buainisMi. On motion of Alderman Maloy, looond ed by Alderman Hunt, it was agreed to Mind a telegram to Chief Bnglneer Klor atnd, of thu rer. now nt Kansas City, that lila proeencn is needed hero forth with. It waa moved that tho city attorney draft an ordtnnnro cn-atlng tho offioa ot city engineer and delluing hlailutUs, Adjourned.