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AUU-QUKUUUK, NKW MKXICO, SATl'KD.W, J I'M". 'J7, lHill. NUMBKR27. TKLiKUHAIMIIC. Washington. 1). 0., Juno 'Jl. Super lolimilent Porter dnnlen amplntticnlly tli,. truth of tho report thnt tho census bureau's work ih blocked nnil swrnttp Hi nntl Unit Hit npproprintiotiH urn ex hausted, ami tliht therefore tin is din Ciitirngod mill mtcndn to resign. Ho h, ho enyi, intoiilion of renignl.ig until tlirt cirk of 'ho eleventh census in coin pitted. Ah lo tlio work of tint bureau hning blocked, there Ih no truth what rer, ho u), in tlio statement, lint on Hie other Ininil it Ih id perfect condition, veil advanced, with ampin appropria tions ill rend )' made. Superintendent Porter in morn tliim plenscd with tho progrciiH made lima fur. Xii volume will bo ready for tl. print h next raonlli. TIih volume embodying tin' aggregate Mipulntioii of minor cities will Ih ready for tint printer by ugust l.and tho llret ttJO pngini of lint nipuln tion compendium will go to I lie printer about the middle of AugUHl. My July 31 the tubulating cards will Im really, toil then It will Int decennary to itinxinnc with the scrvicc-H of nhout 1,01 clorkH now employed III the imputation iivlHion. The system adopted for collecting imp utation MBiiHiti'H hum given Hiiiibinuiiiry result, nnil only n few diijn ngo, lifter u careful examination by I'nnmliau nfll eials, it wus lulopteil by their govern rupnt for use lu the inking of the next census of Cnnndn, 'I'lie Austrian nud lnalrnliiiti ifniitriiinenlH liuvn hIhii lifti.r n - - - careful examination signitled their mien tiuiiM of adopting this system. Convention of lllliou-n. Chicago, Juno 'Jl. For tho next mx days the bishops of the African Methn tliit F.piecopnl Church will be in iinuiinl sttaion in thin inly. They reprei'-utt the oldest nnil I urgent organization of ejlored Malliniliatii in tliu world, ilntimr Imrlt to 1787. The present council hna the ntpr xialon of the church not only in the United State nnil Cuniuln, but in Mini Doruingo, Hay tt, tho llrilinh Went Indieti M wall na Africn. There lire eleven biiluiiM in the council nnd their iliiH.-ot.rH cuntniu live IhouHaml miniatcm nnil u round hnlf million of church co.iimum cants. Among those who arrived to clay are. Hiiihopii John M Itrown, Aliruin (Irani, H. M. Turner, 11 iijamiti I'. Tun nsr, Arnet Ward aid A. W. Warmun. They are accompiinii d by the 'general officers and soorelnrio of the Ken rnl do- partmentH of the church worV. The I council will bo I iformnlly opene I, with aweloominj; meetiiiK in tlio ()ltvl ltnp tut church winch hn been pi iced nt thu dinpMnl of the committu1. The butiueiM aeionM will commence to-iuor- row morning. Ilrooklyu Honor llrprher. Drooklyn, N. V., Juno 'U. -The monu ment to the memory of the late iluury n.-..i ii i ...in i... H.nii.i i.i.i ii mil iirruiii'i win w uuiumi .mn attvrnoon with impoainK cori'inouie. It in mi appropriate dny burnt; the eventy-oiKhth anniversary of thu birth of the noted divine. In nwrdance ith the proclamation of the mnyor the dy w being obierve.l an a public holt day. Lnre orowdK of people have been coniinu from Now York over the llrook l;o bridge and by the ferric thin morn tag to participate in the event. The pro grammo will U under tlio nuapicoa oi the monument commit tou and the Hrtnik lyn Park CommiHaiouers. The monu Burnt atanda in the greeu plot in front of Hie City Hall uboul fifteen feet from the ounuiit and midway between two im miiiM llorul urua. It Ih the work of noiiptor J. Q. A. Ward and ita rout will U llfty thousand dollara. Of thin two thmln Iimh been aubacribtMl. Thoatutue projier, which !b of bronre, it about nine feet In height, nnd 'estH on tKranlto iedratal, which in turn Htnndb oo a sub base linvinir three ateps, makiuft the total height of the monument alxiut U(htoen feot Mr. lloecher ia nhown itsndliifl erei't. in au enay poailion, his bsnd turned sliKhtly toward the left Ha ia represented wearinu the cuiio over' Jjit which the Urooklynitea and othera ai well remember. In Ilia left baud he bold the familiar Kouutli hat. Jjnanintf nuainai uio rijtni aiue oi uie patleiitiil In the lltfure of a neKrean in nn ittltutleof sorrow, the imprwioii to lie cunveyrd bemi; the itnef of t ho colored race over the loaa of audi nn enrnent a ..a -.i n wurUer in the caune of abolition. At thu left of thu ii4datal are the tin u res of hoy and a tfirl, the former llfttn the sirl upward in his arma while she plncoa airing of llowera nt the feet of the talue. Mr. Ileecher'a altitude in one of feurloKanoaa, but at the aamo time the uoarinit ia aUKK"" Kennu cuar acter Hrenae Mlatwr of a Wood BlNhop. New York, June 24. The life-aijied bronze statue of Archbishop Hughe, nil which liaa been erected by the con tributiuna of Catholics and Protoatanta 'like, waa formally unveiled to day, It lamia on the lawn in front of Bt. John'i College, BtFordh am. There wna a greal Rtberin of prieata nnd membora of the uuty and the exorciiea were simple but uiciwiTe. Aruiluisuop LAJirixnu I . .1 I LI ... 1 i .. . .. . formed the net of unveillns nnd the alofc'y wna delivered by Archbishop ttyan of Philadelnbin. Aiuouir the aUcribera to the rnonutnont whloh l twenty thouannd dollara were EnKoe Kelly, ex-Mayor W. It. Ornco i:-Mayor Ooopor, Mayor Ornnt, nnd nrly ororjr momber of the Now York Judiciary, lion. O. II. Potter, although &t amtiated to the Catholic Church uUcrib&d the sum of 23Q, laytntf that b know no maninhia nrofeMion and men In any profoeslon, who had done wore for the preservation of the uovorn tot during the lata atrntfule than the fthbialion. and that In thia no loaa than r uu broad and lllxirsl and republican vtewa of the rigttla of conscience in nil men, the community he eo much Unto tiled nnd hlxwl owed it to itself to erool n ttiriiiiiriiil. Archbiihoji ltj mi In IiIh oulotfy raid thnt ArclibiHhop lluuhen wimoiui of the niit prominent dUmtnrles of the church in Ainerira forty yeniH iitfo, nud that IiIh uieinory in ritTerinl to dny by clergy nnd laity alike. He wim Uirn in Irelnnd Hi 17U7 IiIh father wan it mnall farmer nnd enilrr.Uil to Hun country in the early purl of tlio priwent century. Although the boy hnd but a limited eilurntioii, heiiix cotnHtiMl to labor in llui HeliU an n farm hnnd for wveral yearn, It ih nuibilion were atrouu nud he applied lumnelf ho nrduoUHly to iho Inxk of im proving Iiih mind thnt tin ni llimlly ennblrd to take Inn ordlunlion vowh hh n prieHt. Fifty yearH ajjo today he opKiitd the doom of St. JoIiii'h college in llm foiinilitiK of which ho hnd been the principal mover, lie wna a warm chain pi hi of Iho riht of Cntholic nnd paro clual kdioola to n nhnre in Rtule nppro prmliotia. He wna creuteil an Arch bmhop in 1KVJ, When the Mexican war htwnll President I'olk olferetl him ttie miHMion to Mexico in the belief thnt hm tnleutu would encourage the rentora'inn of peiic. He hownwr declliietl So popular did he bvcouie thnt in IH.V.' the Catholics in the I'iiUmI Statev linked that he lie creatisl a cariluml nnd during the admiuintralion of 1'renident liincolii the oIIIciiiIh of IhiHKovernrueut tiiade the nuiiio nUent in rixxinition of Inn vnltinble norviceH in bohalf of tlio Cinou At the reiUent of l'reaidetit l.inrnln ami Seurclnry S.murd in IHiI'J he viaiteil Knr.ipe in iMthnlf of the tfm'eni merit. IIih health beunn to fail on llun tnii and on January llrd, 1S6I, he plowed away. He In n Candidate. Chicago, June 'Si. .Senator Culloui of IiIiikiir in u candidate for the Keptihlicau presidential noiniuntiuu in lti'.'i, an.l he uiakeH no biuret of the fncl, "If the uouilnntion in tendered me, you can bet 1 won't tiirow llm Imiior nwr uy ihoulder," were the nordn ho uimsI in n rcorter nt tint Auditorium hotel. "And if it in k'oiuu to Im a free. foi all llnht," he added, "and the IIIiiioih delegation u for me, why then I'll be in the Held." ' lllainecan have the nomiunlion if he wiiiitu it," I'oiititiui'd the lenaior, "but I doubt if lie will encouruh'o any mote ment to put him in the Held. Ilarnnon BtnnilH the hetft chniice in my opiuinii and will doubtless lie named. The tnrilT will Ih the iemio nnd the Hiher nnd the other minor inane will be mitt of tailed on to the tariff hh xule iNiuieri. McKiuley will Ih o'icteil k'over nor of Ohio for threo rea?ona: Pirn), he in rHonnlly n very impiilar man, having the magnetic uttractivenet-ti of Minnie; nrcond, Campbell, who will doubtlciM be Iiih oiM)iient, him nuceiHiled in dividing tliu party; and third, the Republican party in Ohio was never eo strong an urn" ." The aonntor iu en route to Kuroie, where ho execta to Hnd inubt of tin aummer. Hulslit" of lttior. ColumbiiH, ()., June '-i. In the Inrgo club room of the Neil Hourn weregnthor ed thin morning the memlnsrH of the executive board of Kuighla of labcr. With them were the master workmen and stretnrieH of tlio principal "locals" not only of Una city but from diltVreut par U of the stnle. The procoeilingn are bing (wnductinl with closed doorn. Itight Worthy Koremnn Knvannugh and othera of the participants, iiiHisted that the purpoaoof the uifcting in Nimply to tnke menaurera for lucreaning Ktrength of tlio order in tho buck eye alnle, but it m pretty generally umlorHtood, that the real object ia to decide what action, if nny, the order ntioul I tnke in the pres ent political campaign in Ohio in view of the refusnl of Secretary Poster to re iuntnte the Knights of Labor who Home montliH ago were diHiniNad from the liureau of Kngrnving nnd Printing. Thia view of the matter ia continued by dmpatchra from Washington which any thnt tho men involved in the trouble are nnxiuualy awaiting the outcome of to lay'a couferonce. (irrat Bloat llarr. New Iiondon, Omn., Juuo 'Pie greut triangular two mile rnco Ijetwecn tho Yule, Harvard and Columbia freah men crewa will take place nt t o clock Huh afternoon and the city la crowded in anticipation of the event. Several Bieoinl trnina from New York and Boh. ton arrived here in tho forenoon. It promise a pretty evonU Yale will try some new tactics this yenr and ita freahmen nrottoae to start tho raco at the rattling paco of forty-two atrokea a minute. Hob Cook, their trainer, boa com to the conclusion that a rapid atroko ii a neveeaary thing for a abort nice, and consequently, Yale will de part frou ita tradltiona in thia particular, I'ho Columbia craw ia in good Mhapo anil and haa been active In practice, 'itio letting farora Yale. Tim fnllowinir item cIIiiihhI from the Ft. Madison, (Iowa,) Democrat, containa Information wel wonu romemoeriug "Mr. John ltoth. of this city, who met with an acoidont a few days ago, sprain ing and brulaing hia leg and arm quite eeverely, waa ourwl by ouo W cent bottle of Chamberlnin'a Pain Halm." Thia remedy ia without an equal for apralna and uruiaea anu anoniu nave a piaco in very nouaonoiu. f oraaieoy inoa. n Uurgeaa a tton, uraggiaw. Man ia often deceived in the age of Woman by her gray hair. Ladies, yuu can apptar young and prevont thia gray neaaby ualng Han a liair llenewer. Tt'.IIKITOHIAI.. Joso Siura, Pueblo Indian agent, haa rosigned The calf crop in reported excellent nil over New Mexico. I!ev. II. II. Ilnwley, of l.nn Vegan, bun gone to San t n llnrbiira, Cal. C. C. ( ! reel), of llcrinimn, clnima to be the chiimpinii npriuter of New Mexico. The NimijiH'H are quiet, all rcortH to the contrary loiiig iiHatlonnl rumor. Two meal marketn, two hoteln and thrift nnliKHiH are in full blunt at Amur go. TheKnightHof Pythias nrgnnired at Demuig with about forty churter mem Intra. MovementH urn nn fimt to entablmh Unlgita of the A. O. U. W. and I. O. O. at Chimin. A large force of men nnd tenmn are nt w Mrk on the Mimbren nud Denting irri gation diti'h. Jih Siliakel, of (Milium, cnught the largent tli.li nf the nranon tuo niutiiln ami four inim.t.. Tlio ruling pruv for ice lu Santa I'e Inith for the natural and mnnufiu'tured article, in cnU ier hundred. At l'orl I in. in. thounanilH Uhiii thou nr.iuln of dollars worth of K'oerumiul pro, erty m lying idle and going to wante. Chan. W. Ilruud'.n, of Kingnton, has mi extenniM. rreight line ruuuiiig from lake valley t.i Kiiigntuii. and Ih doing a big huniniM'. The governor linn apMiiuti.d ShnrilT .1. A. lickhnrt a truntee uf the rchiml of mine nt Socorro, in place of Waller C llllilley, reHigliml. The high iicenne law ii'i'iim to have worked a great goil f. .r Santa Imi coun ty. '1 here ih t,i arly SP.otm in the Sanln Fn public M'hnnl fund. Two car l"iidn of high grade ore wiw shipped to the Pulinc Stiiiuping Workn al Pueblo, I'olnrado, t Mr. JoniiH Nel aon from the ll'irdrrut,li!i mine. The Poole r.uind.iip, near I, una. which linn been taliiug n lay ntT f.ir two weeka to real their le rnen. will begin Work on wink on Hi" '.M.'lh al the lower Scnaga ll in current talk that McCullough. a former citi.'ii of Amnrgn, ban Wen in dieted by the 1'iiited Statea grand jury for nelhug liiior to the Jiciirillu Apache Indiui.H. Among Hie batch uf crimiiialu sent from (Irani i"iinty lo the territorial xuitentiary we'e three men for larceny for three )i:irM.acl', and one man for murder receiwd a bite rentenre. M. I). Taylor, of Lunn, him bought of St. (leorge (.'reaghe, A. 11. Pratt and cithern, of Apache county, Arirona, 1..VK) head of Btiera to be delivered at Magdit lena on the llrHlof Aiigunt and the Ural of October. ltobert McWilliatnH, nn nttorney of Litchtleld, 111., and Mr. Well, of Denfer, have vimtcl the Houthern pnrt of Smtn I'e county where Ihey Imvo ben to ex amine Mime mining property owned by the former near San Pedro. Mum Nnnn Sulrbacker, Ixirn nnil renr- ed in Laic Vegan, relurnH to that city, after having Hnjnt threo yenra at college in Now York, to rccurcrnt her health Inch Inn boon underiuineil by her cli applicatiiiu to her HtudifH. Judge Siviln. at Santa Fe, announced the npR)intment of Judge Henry L. Waldo oa a iiiiiuiImt of tne territorial hhrnry coiumitti'ct: the following lire the members of that committee: Judge K. P. Seetln, Hon. T. 11. Catron nnd Judge H. L. Wnldo. Thej- Itrrllne lo Oratr. Wnnlitngtoii, I). I'., Juno 'JO. Some time ago Secretary of tho Trensury Few ter mnde nn engagement to deliver uu nddrcjMion July lUlh before the Lake Side Assembly of Findlay, Ohio, which is n sort of Western Chatnuqun, upon the object "how lo deal with tho liquor iie.ilion and more than ordinary in terent hu been exciUd In Ohio anil elsewhere, regmding the jo.ulou oil Ihe liquor tranii which thia prominent poll, ticiau would aaaume. Tho secretary however, now authorica the Htntemeut that hia olllciul duties nru auch aa will couiol him to cancel tho engngement nnd notification to Hint ellect waa aunt to-day to llev. Dr. Ilelt who haa charge of tho programme. It is nlso announced that owing to a pnn of ilutlea, Postman ter (Jeneral Wanamnkur will probably bo compelled to cancol hia engagement to speak al tho annual Fourth of July celebration ut tho renidenco uf Henry C, Uowon at Woodstock, Conn. Old and liinane. Son Frnncihco, June 'JO. - Forty yenra . . .....I i.. ago mere wnn no name more miueiy known in connection with tiie foreign missions of the Presbyterian Church than that of Kev. Dr. Auguatua V Ijootnls He waa one of the pioneers tn the OJnnwie Held nnd bctwren tho yenra 1811 nud IHol ho did herculean work among tho Mongolians anil practically sowed the need or tuo great BUdNtaa which the Preabytorinn church haaeince reaped In that empire. Upon returning from abroad he wna engaged iu minis torial work for ten years iu Illinois and thoncocAUio to thia city. For the past thirty years he haa had charge of the Presbyterian Chiuebe mission. To-duy ho la an inmate of n private asylum for tliu insane at Stockton, to which institu tion under an order of the court ha waa taken by hia relatives a few daya ago. Ilia okiaf doluaion la that theaerrant girla employ ed in his realilencn nro tn n coiiHpirncy lo fn ti rtlf Sim by iminoni'ig Inn food with opP .i. On sewral oi cnnions he hnn ciidenMircil to induce the police nulhontii-H to order their nrrei-t nud his hnllucinntlon tlnally Un'mne mi, strong thnt hinrelntlcH were cnmnlled In put litui under rentrnnl llm mental trouble hnd tin origin in iuuoiiiiiiA. He in seventy mx yearn of age and Inn cam n reganlml an hopelcnn. C'nliliirl .llrrtlnc, Wanhiiigloii I), (' June 'JO. A -m-i-ml meeting of the cabinet in being held to dny for the purfnine of Connideritig t In lllllllicilll nituallon lllid mute enpee ially tn reg.ud to the eitellnioli of the t per cent lonn and the coiiIiiiiiimI i-iii age of silver after TiiiM.pi) imxt 1'l.enii : IliatterH were i1ncei before (he caliinet I two wiekn ag.i by Secretary I'twter who Innked them to ili'ule wliether the trean- ll ry ileiarttnent nlioiilil cmitinilit I lie COUINI.MI of ndver ilolliirn after July llmt or dinciiiit'UUe them an the Ki-relari has dincretmu ( do Tint iipimun preinln thill in order to llieel the lewn uf li e mi er ineil the cabinet wiildi't-ule t m tllllle tn coin the num.' alii. HI II t that in now being done, two millinn nnnr.-n t nioutli. (lull tlier him 1 liiiunciern denire the coiiuige cut oil alinolntely "ll the ground that it innf no iih to any Imily biHMiune the coiiin caiiiiot lutpiii in circulation. One of thcarguuientn lined III (uxor of keeping Up the rnlliage in that it will renull ih a round imlit ( the giiMtrmuiMit. The prollt umilil coine from the neniorilge' or tlilTeteuce IhIwi.i the lutunl iilue and the nor mal value of a dollar. It in unilorhtinMl however, that Secretary l'nnter in reluc taut to adopt thin inethml of making money by milling ilebai-iMl luouey nnd Kicketlllg the dilTereuce. liiipolt-rn IImUiiii: oll-rCloii. Wai.hiiigtoii, June 'JO. - Si'iTetary Dirkeiiwiii. of the World'n Fair ban for unrilid to AHHinlaut Secretary Nettleton a copy of ren.ilutiouH adopte I by the hoard of control. Tliene renolutionn net forth that a number of inilividiialn nud corporatiotiH are i,tating in public printn that they are uulhon.il Mgeutn in foreign coiiutrii'H to collect exiiibitn for the fair, aid that the board ilenoun ci'M all hiicIi iniii'tem, unlenn tlo'.v can allow thnt they rei'icw-d their authority frjm the coiiimi i..ion or I in ctr (ieueral l);nih. The Claim ur.tlormuti I.eailrrN. Suit Lake City, t'tali, June 'JO lu an interview PicMilent Wi-n.lrulf and .In aeph ('aiiiiiin, of the Morm.ui cliiiruh.ai nerttxl that tbere wiih no truth in li e charge Unit the hi called (nxiplc'ii party of Utah, the iumhrH)iii or wliuli wan wholly .Mormun, wiih ilmnolvcd by the church, PreNident WoodrulT said that he ilirclnimed the right to control the political ..clion of the u.embem of the church. He nlnn nnul that he floored the n'purnlion of the church nnd state. The lirrman Imprror. Ne-.v York, June 'JO. A dispatch from llerliu ni)h that the emperor arrived at Kelt today en route for Iiih imt to Knuland. He will remain there until Monday, when accomuiniol by the I'm prcHi, he will make It ih departure viu Hamburg. An ofllciul de nial ih given lo the statement that the emperor him rcmnmitnalcii witii tti.i t'rmce of ulen on tne linn winch nc played In the recent bneenrnt ncnmlnl. The Territorial KlnnnrrM. territorial paper or two, for political or probably other purKxien, in no way though fur the benellt of the territory, are taking pains to misrepresent facta about the territorial Irenaury and the First National bank of Santa I'e; the papera in queMiion couiii i mi nail ery, very cheap, were their HilMHirt ihiorn ble; nn it in, their opiwltion in preferable. In thin connection, however, it might just tiH well ho ntulml, thnt the olllciul iilTairn of New Mexico are being honenlly nnd eroiiiimiciilly administered, Hint at no time during the existence of the ter ritory Inn tho credit of the territory a n whole been nn good uu it now in; nt no time has the tlnnncial njntetn worked an well aa it does now; the only hitch in in the matter of cert tun ilellciency mid court BDiiroprintioin. which were Willi inalioo aforethought curtailed unit re luood by the ihimocrntio white enp IhxmIIu house of Ihe 'Jllih legislature nnd dumocrntid ring boHsea for n oilier pur pone than to crifiplu the ternlunal gov eminent nnd the proper administration of the courts and tocreatedlsMatlsfnctlou among people, to whom the territory owed money for services contracted dur ing tho past few years, in connection with the courts or aa as Meteors and col- lecture, Ati nlterapt la now being marh. tn inisload the liiHjile of New Mexico by fataeatntecneulHaud lunueudoa that have no foundation iu fact and make believe a hocus doc us uame ia cuing on in I'io matter of the territorial funds; that war ranta nro bought up for apeculattvn turicea at low rntea and that money ia being made illegally or dishonestly out of the territorial funds; thie chargea aro absolutely nud unqualifiedly false, nnd tho mail and the, papern making litem ao know it. Not a warranl ia drawn unlena there are funda to pay It with, ttonoe, there can Ut no apecnlaliun in warranta.the llnuiiceacif the territory are being administered in atrlct aocord anoo with the law, and every man to whom n warrant ia tsauecl lias it promptly paid. New Mexican A. II. Oflloer, who waa formerly agent at lUtou, haa been appointed clerk to Train Master Wrny. chief It.Vll.ttCIAO ItATTI.i:. More lode trii' kn urn tieetled at Flag HtnlT New nl. k nt In are being tin lit at Williams 'I'lie inont abotiiiiiable clann of pimple on the e'irtli ate i pottern. (ieorge l". e i i buck to the Santa Fe yariln, lining day nsrilchitig. Coiiiluitor ltetrew,of the Simta Fe, ban returned lo l.im Vegan from Chica go. John t.)Wcr, had bin right leg crunhed near l.i Jiinlii while nlleiitptiiig to Intaril a train, Hugiiieer ChrM. Peterien al Sun Mar cntl, in taUing u long lay nit", waiting for repmrn on but engine. The Urolliorhii'td of l.oi'ouiolive Fire. men will giveau i'curnioii from Trinidad to Catnklll on June Jx A. II Derry. f.irtnerly night clerk for Welln I'arg.i exiireia iiupatit at the de mt, in mm night line clerk. Tin1 libiioin I't-ntral railway haniiegun (lie w hi 'I, -ulr ill u'lnirge 'if pn-feliger and fre ght cntiilii.torn, Spotters. ('. C. ht irr.'wlio ran a Irani for wicnl yearn out of I uroii. ban got.f. into the butcher IninilieM- in lm Alige'eM. I'ruiilc ll.ir.lrht, of the bridge gang at XceJion, li.i been transferred from the local honpilal t the hnnpltiil at Needle (iiHirgn II. linker wan leci'titl) ri jmint - eil fuelexpett o( the hoiltlieru I'arillu ciiiupauy, w .th lii'iidiuarleiH at Sacra llii'llto. 1'irket colleclom will ln put -in the tlUIIIH of the l!l. l'our Ihe n)Htein H'.'Uin to Im tailing a new learnt of life on Ihe eimteril IoiiiIm. The dltletencen between the Southern P.icillc I'ompaiiy and the engineer, at San I'rniH i-i'ti have ln en iiiljubteil, and all in nerelie ligiltli Tratllc olllrialn uf the Santa Fe, in I'.il ifnriii.t, are cniHTvatlve in their entl nate of the uiuoiliil of Iriitllc elpucted from the great p.il.ito crop. A Imy was run oer in the Mexican (Viitrni yurdn, at .luare, Meico, mid had n leg and arm .'ut nil. I he crew of Ihe train wan arrented mid jailed. 11. H. Seliuger, tthn ban been Under treatment ut the I. in Vegan ruilroad lion pital, haa bit'ii dm barged anil will re Mime Inn work at San Marciitl. The freight rate ar to Mexican immiiIh from New York ntdl ragen, and the gen- nil ilemoralialioii of raten prcMiilH tn Hi'iitn boMind the l!l OriiUlle. (). I'. Putnam. ho wan agent of the railroad company it num Mtulnui nhout one year ago, in in iirinon at .inure, Mexico, charged with smuggling. Fifteen tlioiinaiid boxen of tomatoon were i.iiihm by expren out of Loh An gelca during the inont'i ending June ;k. A good hlinrn of tl.ene mild in New Mcx ICO. Joneph Wragox itch, w ho hai Invll heml freight clerk in Auditor Pne'H olllce for Urn pin-t voir, luin ri'mguid, and "Chan." Hall rpiHinited to the position in Ins nteiid. I'lie gradern on the Silver City A Northern ratlroiel have moved up from San June into 1 1. iimver (lulch. They are now at work on the nixteeiilh mile of grading. Dick (lentry, who hunlii-en night clerk for the Santa Fe for the pant war. has been promoted to the nwition of chief check clerk, vice Frank Sheets, who u olf on u ninety duv'n lay oil. The Santa I n radroini cimpaiiy pnyH tnxi in thin county upon the valuation of ?'.KX),H i( or nlnillt one quarter of the total valuation of pto.rlv in thecounty Hiiyn the S in Man nil lleportei. The All.inlic A Pacttlc railroad com pnny will hell round trqi eiciirnioti tick oU on July 'J, .1, an I I, with return limit Julv 0, for one fare for tho round trip tictween all Htatiunn on tin line. The i in t ract for completing the Snn Antonio A Arniman Paun from letingtou to litt IlliR been let. It will open tho nchent cot'nn producing country iu Tex an Work will iiegiii immi'iiiaieiy. On tiie 'Jlnt of July a coliveiitiou will I hi hel I in Fl Piiho, lexas, to couniiler the ctiliHtructioit of additional hlien of ratlwuyn. The proMsod plan, if carried out will greatly bunetll that growing Cll). Tha Allnntie A Paculc railronil Bre nil ting in new and extensive mock jurdn on tho north mile of the track, at the cant end of the Flagstaff yardn. Ihe new vardH are much morn mnvunuiut than the old. 1). M. Hennock. stenographer iu the lMm,m.r l,l,irt,lll,Ilt of the Atlantic A I'iimllcollici-H, will tnkn a thirty dan' lenxe of ubi-enco on the 1st of Julv. nud will visit his old homo in Cnnndu. Tho Illinois Cent rid luis rnmmcncitd n wholisirile discharge of freight nnd pus aeriger ootnluebim nit the four sections of tho Inwa ibvinion Twenty seven ntooti tint Uh'. Tho cause IH HUPPuncd to be tho work of qniticri. Work hiia commenced on tho Cliihun hua bruuuh of the Mexican Pucillc, from Clnhunhua weal. During tho next tell da)H thein will Im) quite U force of men ut work, principally in rm'k work, In tho mountains wet of Ctiihuahuii A ihnpatch from Chicago n)n. Tho bonrd of commlsHiouent of the western tralllc aaaoclntinu dirrctn tho Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fob. withdraw on or before Juuo 'M, ita differential tarlll la nued iu conneclion with the Mrfllory nteamnhiii hue via Onlveston, as this tnr i (T ntnb!thr mtee froiii Ihe Atlnntlo sea tnuiril to KiiiiHiin niiiiIm Hint nro ma terially lower thnu the rnle.i open to other afuhx'iate lines. Mineral snM'imenH In loin of 'J.OXl iHiiiiidn or lenn, for exhibition nt Pueblo Minetiil Palace, from any ntatmn on the Atcluniiu, Topekn A Snuln I'e in New Mexico, will be transferred fro of charge The recent head end collinum on the Choctaw divvnion of the Missouri, Kan nuii A lexiisi'ont the company not Icm than KsykM. It took two trains of twenty thriMi cam each tn haul the de brin tn Palnolin. A New York npiH-uil nnys It is nn linuiici'il that Ui-gottatioun betwm'li Col Im P Huntington, representing the 'lex an Cenlral riitlroad. and the owners of the A unt in ,v Northwentern link reunited iu the purc-han' of the latter by the for mor. hi July '.'Oth, nt .'. o'clock in the even ing a h;h tat tram will leave San Fruit c.H.-j for Detroit to carry delegates to the Natioual Fncampmeut, (. A. It 11" turning the train will leave Chicago on AugtiHt l.'llh, and reach San I'mucmco on the 'Jdlh. The Deliver A llto (irnnile ban made n me fare for rounil trip to nnil from ail l until in Colorado, commencing July II and limited to .luh )',. Tim Santa Fe ban alfo announced one fare rate for round trip within a radius of 'Jix) milou of thin cil. Save the Prencott Journal Miner Tho engineer corpH of the Snntn l'e, Preecott A I'liii'inx ruilroi.d have piu-ned Chltio alley and are expected in Prracott alxnil riiurnday. We are HHnuriMl that the grading of tho road will bo commenced very hhiii. Agent Hall, of the Santn I'e, cloned a ill at Denver with the Jesuit college people, whrchy llfty nine ntuileltta will travel to their linnum nnd return to the college over that linn. Two special Pull tuann will convey the majority of tho Ix.vh to Old Mexico. Col. J. S. Crnwford'ii enterprise to con iiect Kingston with the Atchison, lo peica A Santa I'e by the building of a branch road to Hudson' station ami the Silver City Pinon Altoa railway project bitliseeui in a fair way to I hi pushed forward at au early day. A circular wiih issued by tho Snntn Fe in ToHk,i, announcing to its employees that iu the future three garninhinentn againnt an employee within a nnod of twelve niouthn would result in nremovnl, unlenn it could b- hIkiwii that they were run tor the purpose of persecution F.iighsh capitalists are al Plucnix, nnd it'" examining tne prnpoeon new ronu from CalnhnMis, Mexico, to Tttmtn, thence down the Suit Pedro river Itiv ernide, I'Morence, .Njean, OIoImi mid to Plueiiix. This road will connect with the Ariona A New Mexico road which gmiH to ( iunymiiH. It will imbably lie some lime lnforn tho AlchiBou, Topekn A Santa I'e will put on its promised dining enr enrvice. I'lie new earn nro locked up al hurt Mad inon, limn. 1 lie riillttlHii ciuiiiiny cikiiiis iniil iney luiringe iikiu ineir mi ent, mid It is said, have enjoined tho Snn tn I'u front utilizing them. Mm. Mary J. Walsh has sued thoOnd- lard Peck (i nicer company in SI. (aiuIh for o,(M i n account of Iho death of her htmhmiil, Mnrrin Walsh, formerly of Luh Veuiih and well known in this city, lie wiih caught between the elevator nnd tin ItiMir in the defendant compnny'n build ing, on the tlrst of hint month, and in slitutly killed. Ihe proponed Santn I'e, Present t A Prticnix road, of which mention hnn U fore In n made, ih projected to run from the niiiin line of the Atlantic A Pucillc nt Hoinii Kiiut cunt of tho junction of Iho Plui'iiix ,v Arizona Central, crowing that road In. fore reaching PriMiootl, tlielice running direct to Piucnix. The I'liigstalT Sun sayn: Tho old do (nil ban Ix'eu reiiiodelinl nnd titled Uifor an olllce for the Hum dispatcher), whn nre expeclt il here from x insiow nexi week. They will have neat and well nr ranged olll 'en. The Atlantic A Pacitlo agent ououpii-n a Inix cur nt preeent, but will lime u butter olllco Homo time iu tho future. The work in Mexico on tho main line of the Northern Mexican Pacitlo railroaiT, while nothing has been said nlxtut it, is progressing very nattafuctorily. The company ia quietly pursuing the iolicy of "keeping nt work sawing wood" rather than talking. The grading will I hi tin isIuhI uh far as Corrahtist by SqiUnnUr 1st. next. It is roKirtml from San Frnncisco thnt tho Denver A KioOrnude Weatern road tins two surveying parties in the Held, one is the San Joaquin Valley. Cal., nnd the other starting from Mnryaville, t'tah, for the purpose of surveying a route for a road to Sau Francisco. The Santa Fe road ih also roorted to bo in (eroded ill tho eclmme. Laid Monday llraketuan King, of the water train nt llagdad, had the misfor tune to IniM' Ins arm caught in between the "dendwoods," which bus laid hi in up In tho hospital hero for repairs. It la thought no bone were broken,, though the arm is conaiilerubly briusod and Hwnllen about the elbow.-Needle a Lye. Mr. King is now a patient under Mnr - 1 geou Ivaater'e- care at tne noapuai nerv. OI It II A lila t'HAJNtMONN. The ItnrooiiM Ileitis Missionary WerV for ihU City. Thnro never haa been n time, In tha history of this city, that Albuquerque" received so much grutuitlous advertising ai now, nud tho present Albuquerque bruo bull club tho invincible Maroons are helping along the froo advertising. Our eity'a ball clhb la being known far outside of tlio confine of thia territory, and clulm in other atntea are anxloua to criwn hatii with the Maroons. Hero are two letters; rend them: Dknvi u, Coi, June IH, W. T. Mct'reight, manager Albuquer que 1 1 ami Hall Club. Dear Sir Tho "Sanden Kloctrio" base ball team, who have derived consider able reputation in thin state, leave bore July llh for a t nir of Colorado and uboul (be Kith will be on the southern brnnch of tho Denver A Uio Grande. If you think tho returns would justify tho trip I would hk to extend it into New Mexico nnd play yon one or a eerie of gutties, ns 1 hear that Alhuquarqun haa ii' present the In wit club of tlio territory. Tho team will be computed of strong Hum piofeeaionul talnnt. nnd will lie the strongest over nent out from hero except the Western Asnocinllnu club. Yours, truly, M. A. Mi Lvdoiii.i.n, Manager. Da.iv i n, Cot., June 24. W. T McCreight, manager Albuquerque llime Hall Club. Dear Sir I waa advised by W. A. York tn write you nnd acHi if there waa any show for a gnme, nay Julv llh nnd Mh, in Albuquerque. Wo have the strongoHl amntour team iu Denver, hnv ing won eleven out of twelve gamea in (Vntrnl City, Hlnck Hawk, Idaho Springs, lireeley and nt home. I am contldonl we could give you n good exhibition of ball playing. Mr. York ia plu) ing short stop on my tenm, Hoping to hour from you nt once, . I nut Yon re, Wai.i.kv Ni.vihb, Mung. Monro II. II. Club. It is to ho regretted that Albuquerque, for the tuno Uung, will misa Iho oppor. tunity on the l-'ourth of seeing her fnvor ite club, tho Mnroona, tncklo a Denver club. It would bo a great drawing card for the city, but the Driving Park oaoo cintton will hold rnco thnt day, and thua the homo club can not make satisfactory leruirt. However, later in tho aeaaon, an effort will Ihi made to get either thouBan den Flectric," or "Moore'a" club to visit tho city. ii:.vi:it a.i m;u nt.xico. Some of our friends at Iua Vegaa Hirin '..i bo very much pruvokeil because the Deliver puKm insint that Donver'a lirnt connection with, Vow Mexico should be by way of the Denver A llio (Irnnde, down tho valley from Knpuuoln to Albu querque. And yet tins ia u propoaition that certainly could nut bo quoationed by any clear headed and fair minded mun. i lie nchent pnrt or tlio territory would ln tnppinl by auch n road; it would come diriH.'t to tho buelneoa and railroad center of tho country, and would therefore hare a fair chanco to atcure Ita share of whatever trnlllo tho country produces, wherenn a road running through tho territory a hundred milea to one aide of tho buaineoa center, would have tho benellt of nny auch local bnal lies aa it could gather up along Ha line. Ah 7o have wild before, wo behove the projected lino from Trinidad, down through Now Mexico to Kl Pftao, ia one thnt would Ihi of great value to tho country, because it would atimulaU net- tlement and development, and would thua create bustueaa In a portion of tho territory where but little exists at prea ont, mid lieing crossed uorlh of White Oaks by Iho Poena valley road, it would atVord to the people of all that fiortlon of the territory cunt of tho mountains an outlet to Albuquerque. It ia a rood that would benolit tho country, and one that will Homotime be built, but without any desire to prejudice the enterprise wo nro forced to admit that the scheme ia not practicable nt the present time. It ia a long line, and it would require a great deal of capital to nuild it. When money becomes ao plenty that people aro will ing to invest in enterprisc.it from which no divideiida are expected till the coun try haa become develoi!, there will bo a good chanco of securing the capital necessary to luild a line of that oh ar ac tor. Hut auch a plethora of money doea not exint at prevent, nnd it ia utterly uao- lona to go on tho markot with the bonda of any prtqiosed railroad or other enter prise thut cannot ahuw; u reaaonablo probability of prompt returns. The pro Kd extension of the Denver A ltio Grande from Kaputoln lo Albuquerque ia one of the few enterprises that oan comply wftb the treaent demuuda of cap ital, and show a profitable business ready and wailing for it. Tilts would involve the building of only eighty rullaa of road. It would not be nn eiponmtnt or nn uncertainty. It would not have to wait for ita buaineaa t.ll tha country might be developed, for the buaineaa la already here, and it would enlor upona prolltable trnlllo aa noon aa Ita traina were ready to run. Wo have no disposition to throw a. atraw in the way of auy proponed rail way enterprise in Now Mexico. On the other hand.it is to our interest to en courage and assist all auch undertakings, for they nil help tho territory, and what ever helps tho territory helps Albuquer que, hut we do not think it wiae, nor an exhibition of good buaineaa judgment, to waste on impracticable sebeaxee th tlmo nnd energy that ought to be' given to the iicccuiipliahnient of something practicable. The tenth soml anuual convention ot the National Aaaocinliun of general Uajr I . a . I ll 1.. Il.lnn It.- - gngo Agenc. w, . ,u . i muiuua.