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l Kr im Ihn Dull, June 2 )
Culldets linn guno oust on legal
(Juv Pnnco Mill deliver tho oration at
the Kddy Fourth of July celebration.
Native nprlcoln urn rim anil urn being
l, Idled on tint street by Islotn Indians,
SiiMrinliuiilti(it Kinllli, o( Ihe Hlnutic
jg I'nolllr, got i till" morning from a trip
over tit"' road.
Four Irani of cntllo yton1iiy after
in in Ihreo from Ilulbrouk mill mo
from Hnkorillelil, Cal.
A car of oetnolioH, cunititxniMl to I lie
zooltgical garden nt Donvor from ('nil
fomin, pnnoil north curly MiIh morning.
Tilt' HiilwHil boitril will rent buildings
ami open public hcIiooU in tlu oevcrnl
ward of tin city tho tlrst week in
S M. Jolinion, of Co.ilucy, III., nud IL
V Hell, "f Washington, I). C , called
litu )otrdiiy afternoon at Hip Coiuuior
rml club riKimii.
i II ,McKiIiIm-ii, tho wealthy gentle
tniin of KnnstiN City, whocnino tit here
on .inMirt.iiit tlnnucinl busine, r.-turnod
ImtiiK lint evening.
Tin Albuquerque kid hnvo fMrmnlly
challenged tin Snntn Fit kill i. no Ion
battle on tint diamond during the fair.
It will Ih n rousing game.
Minn Pohle, ii workman in tin Atliin
tn A Pacific machine shop, v. onlay
I.i right nrm badly squeezed He
i lay off for u few dnyn.
Kn'ln A Nichols, of Tnniilnil, hipped
ten cur load of wool from tliiit city to
Tint wool wns porchnscd by their
local agent, A. J. Crawford.
An "hi Mexican gentleman, wh-t arm
ed from tint votlth 11 few week ngo, died
In Huncho Setn, oM town, ye-itorduy
morning, and wa buried thin i n- mint;.
l'rnf A. I'- Fimiio, tbn Philadelphia
nnticrnlngist, who bus Iteen out on the
Atlantic X Pacific examining tln rodent
iron llml, returned to tins city Huh tnnrii
ing M II. S'ibin, Hut Commercial club
clerk, on tli nick lint for tint pm-t week,
a nbltt jeMturiliiy to npiear on oiu tehee.
He ban hud n bud siogo with lo right
Mi May IliilTman, daughter f Mr.
William Farr, celebrated her teiilh birth
iv yesterday afternoon. A joll crowd
of Mil folk helped her enjoy tint snni
Tlu wool of John Miller wa sold lntf
voderdny afternoon to Kiscinniri Itro.
for 1" C'tnts per ounil, they being tln
highest bidder. Tint uimiI m improved
nad of tint finest quality.
John II. Allitj, whoto iiHrgntnont for
over &l,lU,ll iH telftjniplifd frmn IIoh
tun, ih Intnrwled in the I'nlo lllun:n
t.'.itllo company of Col ux rount, uiul u
fornior partner if Hon. H. V. l)niiity.
II II. V)ckolT, Ki'iicrol nitimiter for
Now Mexico for tint Fidelity llnildinK
ntnl Ijoiim niifioqintinu of Denver, n
branch of which wmt organized hern hint
week, left hint nik'ht for rkM'oiro und
Mm It. M. Miicheller, wife of u former
pureneer und treiuht t;uiit of tho
Atlantic A I'rtcitlc, und nintor, MIb
Kll.i Moore, from Detroit, Mich., lire
hereon n visit to their parents Mr. nud
Mrn .1, M. Moore.
A. J. Otero. M. S. Otero, Jr , mnl Dol
oritittt Otero, children of lion M. S.
Utero, v ho linvit been nttendlUK Hchool
At Notre Dntne, Indiana, have returned
to their homo nt Hernalilla Mr Otero
met bin chiluren further up the road
The freo concert o? the- Albu.juero.ue
Silver Cornet band In front of the Kan
Felipe Innt evoninu w;m appreciated
ami enjoyed by n lurco crowd which con-
gretfated. The band will hold concerla
hereafter evory Friday evening, woatli
U V. Hell, aHiHtnnt conimismoner of
Indian affaire; Prof. Crcner and eeve
rl teiiuhura of the government Indian
clio'il, O, W. Meylert anil wife. Mrs. K.
K. I'nttt nnd Miaa May Kichardcon will
lea,e the city to-morrow for Ialeta, where
they will pnd thetliy.
Major J. W. Donnelley, land auent of
the Atlantic k Pacitlu railroad coinpuuy,
k'oen to Hanta Fo Monday inoruinu, to
tile a hat of land nelectionn i'tiveriuj(
JJI.ixi acres of the boat con I and limber
Uudri belonuiiiK to the company in the
western part of lU-roalillo anil Valencia
OU II lit IM.
nlt rinelona are in the market, and
Tin. Cm'ukn thanka the commiit.-ion llriu
ft SjimmiH A- HUiiim for u lar;;e juicy
one. They come from Mexico, ami who
kii'iwrt but from ttio Bonora patch of Dr.
T II UurKtM,of thia city, where he and
hm dbuuhter M'.m Ktnmo, nre now feaal
ink' at their will.
A .MiunK Kentleman, at prraent in Han
rriinciMco, haa reineiiibere! MUn Lizzie
Lcx khnrt. This morning aba recieU a
dwarf Japanese trite which in cUiniwI
to be over Myenra of tine, with jrreen
folme nnd only about a foot IiIkIi. It is
curioiia little tre and the premint ia
much appreciated by Mlia Ll.r.le.
C. A. IJerry, paAoectfiT oondu'itor bo
een thiH citjr and Winaiow, liu re
turned from liia trip to ML Vernon, III.,
and haa taken hia run, Frank Curtla fall
lot; back to n freight run. Bam Head
ly t iiUi back (rum his flublnff trip, and
T H Kummerville, who hvl chnrtf of
111' train, Koea back to hla freiUt train.
A numler of ycung people have ar
'Qtfeil for an enloyablo day' uutln nt
Hie populnr Bandia mountain reeorta to
taurrow. It ia aa'.d that with ouo party
f n, there will be a couple who flrut
t at San Iorenro fallt, loved at flral
'Hill, and In a fow moutlia will nt hy
)uil altar agree to become life part
Now gueea who they are.
I'almor Ketnor, the hnndaoma young
e" ' at the Axteo Coal company a atore
Uallup, who roocotlr married tho
prettlett lady of tbnt bunr. ueo Mlaa
Aono WelU, and immtdhjUly following
tin) event thoy took a bAilal tour to the
pilncipal Mwtern cities, returned to the
metropolla laat nlht and occupied tho
bridal chamber at Die Knn Felipe. To
dny they are around buying a number of
nojoaiinry article needed in n happy
lio'iaelKild, nnd thia evening they will re
aume their journey to Oalltip.
Tho coloreil Chautaiiiiia Circle Kve
their cloving intertalnmetit at t'nlon
htill ImI evening. The hall wna taste
fully decorated nnd an enlereatiug pro
KMimi rendered, after which their in
vi txl frlenda IndtilgHl In social gnmee
nml dancing, until n late hour, when
they diiiored declaring that they hud
HjH'iit the evening in a royal manner.
One of tho Crjalal Ice Gonipuny'H lie
livery teauiH rnn away thia morning,
athrting from the corner of Finl rtreet
nil-i (Jolil avenue, down the avenue to the
Han Felipe, when the horaea turned to
the right, acroei lUilroad avenue and
llmilly enmit to a halt from aheer exhaua
tli-n n few euareii farther, lhg chunka
of ico wero alruwn hero and there along
the atreeL No dnmngu to horeeo ur
Dave Strachnn, conatnblo of precinct
N' .'M, (Onllup), brought in early IIiIh
mi-rning a primmer niniiel Clnrencit
Inline, nnd he la new in the county jail.
L. ne waa tried Itoforo Juatico Maloney
fo; holding up and robbing on the pub
lic highway an Italian, from whom he
nnd two pfili aocuntd about (177. He
we i bound over to the uext grand jury
in tho aum of fllKXI txind, which he
ni'ilil nut give, nnd woa brouglit here to
A l.aln Hay nl Ihr Uovrramriu In
eaterday waa cl(ing da of one of
tln Im-hI Indian k'IkhjU of our country.
Af tho town HMiplo nrrivetl at tho build
hit they were met by Prof. Crenger, who
wnii in hia element, or by tome of hlx ex
ec lent employee, and oecnrted to the tile.
gti'it reception room of the vcIiikiI when1
whh announced to them the method by
ffh ch they would boahown the inatltu.
tiii'i and ita wonderful working. Tho
virloni were divided into groupH nnd
eie'li group waa escorted by Home alfable
en ploye nf tho rchiKil through the dor
in i' orler, dining rooiiiHaud vnrioUH Hliopa.
K.i'ih hop and imliiKtry had the work
of the pupil on diaplay.
Tho Ural indtmtry they viniteI after
eeeing tint dormitoricH nud tliuitig ro.niiH,
vtiit tho cowing room, which waa uniting
oil by MIhh Mnttin Drummond, a iiiohI
wi rthy lady. Her girla neemed happy
and displayed work that would have
been n oredit to nny lady of Albuiier
'Uit or any otl er place. Mine Druin
iimnd, it wna stilted by the profewor, ia
tln Ut tteaiiiHtrmi in the Hervice.
Thoy next went to tho hnrueti ahop
where they met Mr. Ktrntton, n very
iik-rooablc gentleman. The work hern ilia
pl .yed showed great nkill on the pirt of
tli-i Iwya. Tho professor Roomed eijually
proud of thia industry.
From here they were conducted to the
tailor (hop, whoro una found uniform
ami suit for the boy a that hnd Ikm'H
mnnufacture exclusively by tho boy
detailed tu thin fchop. Mr. Oillumbiu
wim in charge here aud took great inter-
eat in allowing In department.
Thoir next viait wa to tho elioo hop
where waa met plonaingnnd ttlkativo Mr.
Weidomnn, who wna exceedingly happy
in hia manner of explaining to the visi
tor a the wonderful work and skill of tho
tmVfi in this ahop. Ho is certainly n
good man for the position.
They now wen! to the carpenter nhop,
managed ao systematically by .Mr.
Schweitzer, a tlrst claaa carpenter and
builder. Hero waa found system and or
dor about everything.
From hero visitors wero taken in car
riage to the steam laundry, managed by
Mrs. Ktoveni. The brightness of the ma
chinery nnd tho proficiency of the work
showed ttmt ayatem prevadod thia indus
try aa well aa in nil theothorH.
ttor Inspecting thia department nnd
the good work dono they were drivon to
tho school building where they wero en
tertained with the literary exorc'.sea of
Tho odd roes of welcome woa delivered
by Superintendent Crcager, in a few
well chosen and pleasing word.
Ilev. Urlsly, on uouait or Aiuuquerue,
responded to the welcome address in an
...I It.a nrru- P.n. u-l,i.li
was exoellont nnd well rendered.
A tileaaing nddreea waa made by 0. .
Meyiort, of Ihia city, and a short talk
came rrom lion. n. v. lieu, bmihiiiiii
rotnmiasloner of Indian alTnira, Wnahing-
ton, D. U. the commissioner oxproitt!
himself greatly surprised at the program
made by the school, and tho system and
method illustrated in tho skillful man
ncitmetit of It. After Mr. Holt hnd con
cluded, Superintendent Crcager invited
trm visitors to me largo timing room
whore they were served with ice crenm
by the Indian boya nnd girls.
Thus the school dnye of tho govern
ment Indian ochool oloaod, and tho viai
tora roturned to the city woll pleased
with what they witnessed.
Vtaterday Dr. Wroth was summoned
Imatlly lo Pajarito, on receipt of the in
formation that a Mexican waa badly out
about the head. Ho found Juan Onrcia
ith a cut two incbea long and quite deep
under the right ear, small cut on the
upper lip and n alight akin wound on Ihe
alalomon. The man had attended a
dnnoe the night before, and aa usual
wine wan freely drank. About midnight
everybody waa feeling hilarious under
the exhllarntlve influenco or grape jmco,
and a froc-for-all light, In which keen-
cdaed knives played prominent part,
rautiM). In the middle of the melee
wna conspicuonaly olieorved Junn, and
slash went n knife, in tho hand of an
enemy, toward him with the nbovo re-
suit. The doctor sewed np the wound
and left bis patient doing llnely
A. V. Kimball, who ha been in the
qunrlermatler's department, Fort Marcy
(Santa Fe), returned Saturday night to
remain here in tho future. Fort Marcy
in entirely abandoned, tho reeervalion
helnir nlaced hi charge of Amndo Chavra
na custodian. Lieutenant Plummer, the
iiuurtormnnter, will lenvo on the lat to
join bit rfglmeni at rori owwn
i:m:i IN TOTO.
A Hare Kernt l-'alxrhosd About Ihr
V l Mclaughlin, post trader at
Fort Wingale, came in from the west on '
thi morning' early put. eager train, nud ,
I hern to day mi biisinr.
"What I there In the rumor about
troiibla will, the NnvajoeflV" remarked
''Nothing at all; every reMirt sent nut
alMiut the NnMijoe ready for hii out
breiik eiuannto from if renpuimlblo corre
MindenlH, who mind their injurious stutf
tr. (Miintionnl paper alone," nuHuercd
Mr McLaughlin, "l'lio NnrajocH art as
K'iiceful a Miey hnvo been for n numler
of year, nnd would not dare to go tu
war, for fear of leaiiig their preeent im
nieiiwt ixwwMiiiri of cattle, aheep, home,
etc. I reeidn at Fort Wingate, nnd I
emphatically pronounce tho article in
tint ltcky Mountain Now, in which it
Mliitee ilia' Oallup is tu danger of
being raided ami burned to the ground
by NavnjiK'e, that tint iuhabitnul are
lleeiug to the I 'or I for proteoliou, false
and riiiii'iiloii in every particular. Not
a cilixeu hh entered the fort to itkk pro
tictiou, nol an olllcer ha been request i
ed to cull out the troops, and there in no
reanon for the aburd rumor that the.
Nnvnjooe are ugly and menu to go to war
agaitiHt tho white. Auk I). 11. Strachani
tho conslnbln at Onllup, who i hero lo
day, and he will tubatiiiitinto my utter
"Hut, .Mr. McLaughlin." replied the
reporter, "trnop have been ordered out
from Fort iiigate, have they not?"
"Yen, sir, tt.e other day thru IriMii) of
cavalry fmiu Fort Wingate, nnd two
from Fort Ap'iehe am now stationed in
the vicinity of Keiiui'ri Canon to sup
ptt any upriiiig etitertinneil by the
Moqtu, a trilio of tint Pueblo Indian,
who recently destroyed hoiiio surveyor'
outtlt and have exhibited a dlspoMitmii
to be ugly on areonttt nf their children
Iteitig tnken f r-.tit them and sent ttischnol.
They M'rioiliily nbjeet to the education
of their litll iini, nml some of tint
btiek. nmli.-. mi by their nqtiaws, tat
enme demoiiHtralive ami did sIioa' ii ill
poltion lo eaiife trouble. Tho timely
arrival of the trMi with everal llotch
kit gun had a Halutary elTect nnd no
further trouble i feared. Again, I pro
nounce the r.'porl of a coming Navajo
nr Moqui war a iihmlutely fulee in
every lllhtlili'"e "
Mr. Htriii'biin v.a nliui seen, and he
wa even umre m-vi-i t in denouncing the
rumor of war with the Navnjoe.
W. ('. McDonald, manager of the
Cnrirozn Cat'le l.ompnny of Linciln
county, one of the largest cattle rom
panic in the piiuthwet.t, enmn up from
White Oak hint night ami i around
among Iiih friHinU heic to day. Speak
ing abnut the Mlippoxed trouble with the
Xavnjoc, Mr. McDonahl Minted that the
report are all eetiHiitioiiiil and that the
N.vnjoei nre 1 1 t o foolih a to eiikiage
in a war with the white, when they have
o much n'.ori; and othnr interoHt'n at
stake. In hit opinion, there ia no oc
casion for alarm, the Xaviijoc are not
natiKing trou'il". Mr. McDonald will re
main bore until the midnight train, on
which ho gee to a litilotowu in Sua
Miguel count v on busines.
t'ruiii llie Dull), June X
Mr. Fondernou, the drcHsmaker, took
thi morning' ilnluyt-d south Utund pnv
senger train f r it trip to Sun Marciul.
Italph Halloinn, of the real e title and
insurnncc linn of Halloraii k Wa-lnng
ton, ia in La Vega, ou hia way home.
Twontyeight saloons pay lictnite in
thi city. 'J'lii yield n revenue to the
city public chool of Bll.'iUO per year,
nnd i'J,SOi) to tint city.
Iter. T. C. Heat tie. jiawtor of the Pree-
bytennn church, will loavn next Monday
for Cheater, New York, where he will
spend hi numiner vncntion.
It i rumored that the county comruis
Mionern mined the nt)emoui of ouo par
ty, on proerty outside of the city, HOI,
OOO over whut ho had returned.
Minn Katie Ilrocknnn ia at Helen veil
ing hor sister, Mm. Chas. Mann. Mis
Li.zio Hrockmnn, anothor aiter, expects
also to visit Helen in a fow dnye.
Arizona iH talking nbout outstripping
New Mexico within tho next two years.
All tnlk. ' New Mexico will ndd ton
thousand to her population this year.
Minn Anna Swnrtz will lenvo the city
nlKiut July 11 to Hpeml two month with
her nister, Mrs. Mnx Loebner, formerly
of thi city, but now of Snn Francisco.
Adobolnnd, tho riowly establihetl il
lustrated weekly pnpor, was greatly im
proved in many wny Inst week, nnd is a
rcdit to thu city and tho enterprising
A. Windsor, who is building a brick
nnd stunu guard bouse nt Fort Wingate,
la in the city to day on buelnoea, Ho is
here to buy iron, cement aud other ma
terial for In work.
Hurt Mnrlin, a very pleasant gentle
man, representing tho ltocky Mountain
Newu, Deliver, came down from the
north Inst night and called at Tiik Citj
zxh ollice th morning.
F. H. Crane, on and representative of
Oeorgo W. Crnne A Co.prinlor, binder,
etc., of Topckn, Knn., called at Tiik. Citi
r.x.s ollica in company with Captalo
Ilerry, of the Atlantic A- Pacllla road.
O. K. Lyons, territorial caltlo Inspeo
tor for district No. 7, enme down from
Ibiton Inat night and I around with lo
cal stock men today. Ha states tbat
cattle are looking llnely and are now be
ing rounded up.
Mrs. Ocorge Davidson, the lady ranch
man nenr Chllili, states that she is hov
Ing bad luck a Ith her hogs. Out of forty
she haa lost thirty-two in the past few
month. She la at n loss to know from
what disease they die,
Laat nlj'ht one of the blonde Copper
avenue damsel and her male lover were
out driving. The lover waa smoking a
oiirar and the girl driving. On First
street, In the vicinity of the Windsor, he
took the cignr from his lip with bis
right band, threw the arm around tho
girl's wnlst and waa about to plant a
kiett Umju the damsel's painted Ih,
when several of tho boya in front of Iho
hotel yelled out "Fire," The lover's
thought wna banished from lighted
cigar and coucentratitl upon the ip
ping of nectar from those pnmtisl lips,
during which tint thin ilrei she wa
wearing came in contnet with the light
ed end of the cignr and wmiii a hlnc n
formed, The lUme.t were promptly e
tiligllished ami thry continued their
drive. The lire and a part of the uu
derclolhlug were damnged licyom! re
pair. Mr. Oeorge Davidson nnd Will Kene,
sou of Worth Keeiie, n former well
known citiren of (lulliip, canie in from
Mr. DaviiUon' ranch in tint Chllili
uplghlMirhnod this morning. They ntnte
that their section of tho mountain was
visited bv excellent rains lint week nml
say that all small grnlns nro looking line
ly. Mr DavitUm tatt that she will
out her tlrst crop of oat next month nnd
tint yield will be imineine lloth were
Indignant when Informed that certain
papers, published north of the city, bud
aivmiMl ihetii of harlsiriug horse thieve.
They naturally denied the aceiiHiititiu,
und placed the entire blame on tlir
shoulder of n certain par'y, who fin
merlv lived on n rnneh a few miles south
of the city, but now tins a ranch adjoin
lug Mr. Davidson'.
On the evening of ,luic'2.iih Ihe Ainer
lo.in population, within a radm of lift)
mile of Chllili, were invitisl lo n sociiil
dnni'C at the bouse of the p-q-lllnr mcr
chant, Mr. Milton Dow. Alut tlfty
Hrple were priwetit and dancing wh
kept up with great Hpint from 7 p. m. on
thai evening till Ii a in. next moriniig
A good supper table wa ocii all I ight
and wns well patroinztHl, I'.verylMidy
had ii giioil time.
Tiie other day, wliile attempling to
pull a two wheeled cart out of tint buggy
house. Hilly Sniiguiiiette had the ml
fortune lo painfully brulce the rifht
hand Ithetimatism has now net in and
the IihiiiI is badly swollen. Waiting for
rep'iir couiel him to lay otT for a few I
II. L Oilbert, the ciirH'nter, i around
dealing out handful of cigat to hi
friend. He np'ar slightly excited,
but the doctor state that he will cool
down aud heroine himself Ix'forc the day
i over. He is celebrating the arrival at
hi house lust night of a line baby Ixiy.
It i Htnled that the mountain were
fairly alive yesterday with picnicker and
sight seer. At Silva's a grand time whh
had, a large four horn- wagon lilted with
ymliig hint) I attending the opening, and
enj tying the dancing with tho dark eyed
T, J.Shiuick ha a great scheme for
making the Second ward demoeratic.
YcHlerday morning loi wife presented
him with a six Ntniiil ilet'iix'ral In the
the cleetiuii of I'.M'J the Second ward All!
be heard from.
Col Vlariuon Tnlkn.
V 1 . W. (i. Mnrmoii came in from La
guna litt night nnd will return to the
village tin evening, taking with him lu
a Hcial conch kiuJIy granted by the
Atlantic Pacific, the little Indian chil
dren who hnvo been nttemiing the past
year tho Presbyterian Indian school.
Tho colonel tins lived many years among
Indians nnd near the Navajo reservation,
nnd thin morning ho requeued TiikCit
izt. lo emphatically deny ttio Mpeciula
published in tho ltocky Mountain Noah
and supKetl to hnve come from the
wel that the Navnjos wero up in nrm
nnd n war with tho whites waH Imminent.
The Navojoe are a peaceful na they can
Ito nud have never entertained nn idea
to raid nnd burn out Oallup. "Thero is
eome little trouble na you Know,' con
tiliued the colonel, "with the Orcihne,
the Inrgeat village of ttio Moqui tribe nf
Indians. The Moquia number in all
nbout '-"O. nnd the vilingnnf Oreiba hn
nlxJUtHOO Indians, They could probnbly
muster '31 warrior, but they are no
lighters: nro timid, inoffensive nnd noon
subjected. They only objected to the
Hchooliug of thoir children aud eoino
showed light. Ihe troops wuro called
out nnd now all in quiet. It ia an out-
mire on the entire territory that hucIi
sensational new nUiut nn Indinn war in
tho aouthwest wan ever published.
Out of I'rlMon.
Terrence Mullen, who wna convicted
of land fraud in the MogollotiH lefore
tho United State court at LosCruce nud
sentenced to thrtnt years in the enitcn
tiary, whh in tho city yesterday, having
nerved out his time. Mullen left thiH
morning fur San Marciul, nnd it in said
that severnl parlies, who were na deeply
connected with tho fraud aa himnelf
but swore falaely, thereby waving them-
Helve from punishment, will give the
gentleman n wide Utrth. Judge Hender
son wan on the bench nl the time, nud
when Mullen was convicted it was noised
nbout Hint the jury was "fixed" to send
him to the enitenliary. Mullen ia tho
Kamo party Alio, with others, attempted
in 1875 to steal the body of President
Abraham Lincoln from thu Springfield,
III., cemetery, but on being apprehended
was tried, convicted and donned a
stripped auit in tho Juliet tenltentiary.
Senator Cullom wa then governor of
Illinois, and after Mullen had served
several years he issued a psidon, freeing
him from the penitentiary. Although
he has been an inmate of two peiilten
tiarios, he is not by any means a bad
man. always conducting himself as n
Tho'frieud of Mr. ami Mrs. J, I'.vans,
late of Albuquerque, now of San Pedro,
will regret to learu of ihe death of ihir
little daughter, Margaret. The little
one was taken sick while visiting at a
friend's house on the -1st and died at
her home on the morning of the '7th.
Tho following lines nre by a dear friend
who camo a long journey from hia prairie
home to console with the jmrents in their
"HU smiled si tlxi anli that cams tiers lo
nte tier; ,
Her mwI in tUIr ki.ln U nuw with Us
Her miKbsr, poor nol, st Iwr lnot torn U
For Ita7(ttf dwliof, li ncrw Uld to rwt."
tiii: utu.tt iiM.
Thr ,rtt IMxrutrry llnrte in
'niiily .ear llrrnnlitln.
No little eelt meiit hint Ih-i'II created
In A 1 1 in ii n r . ii '.v II ii iiifi.riiiiitinfi Unit
Hon. Maria. S. i ) I,,,, w-.tking
auiimlter of , (..in , tfewtbtyti
intheOj la Ci.Mciion.alHUit twelve
uilhtnenst of lleinahllo. where gold wiih
ilicovertl by a Mexican iiImiuI ii week
ego. Il wiih at tlrst reported that the
lind wns made in placer, hut such in nut
the case, a II. e predion mineral wimdis
covered in a rnrk ldgc. Among the Al
lillqilerUean who hnve visited lint
ground and rt-turneil nre Hon. ', S.
Stover, A.M. Co-iicgtnti, Chnrle Hon
sail, Fred Luinti tHch ami (' ( JVonor
HottcM. Thcv went all well imprcst-cd
with the pn.rtpein, though they could
liMtk Into the ground only through work-
ings nf a couple nf days. From Mr.
Huberts the rejiorter nHCcrlalued the fol
The gold is held in a free tnlcoMt seam ;
that thM shghtl) ititn the mountain, and
lMtwmti a brighl. hard nn.ltnnc and
granite The senm i unnll, only a few
niche iii Home ph.,., im.l pnrtii'le ..f it
leave n black muting on the finger a
plunibago w.iuld. I he particle of gold
nre similar to llntteiied line l.ird shot
and show ie iiidii atioii of having rolled.
Till lot he tele Hliin W uleli out III tlacc
into miniature pitket, into which the
handle of a pick can In freely driven,
and it considerable ,ri (,f tlx pay dirt in
made up of the adjoining rock strata
the HniidHint.e ai.d graiiite. The hiiiI
of diMMvcry i being eteiniily worketl.
and ih now bcnc.ith the mi face nt nit
twelve fol. Il m pdMilie that tin
crevice gold tbrt may lead t" a defined
streak of gold iring mineral. Noat
t"tnpt Iiiih I'.'eii made by I luxe mtereet
iil in the loenlilv lo create any excite
tuetit over the llnd and certainly such a
ctuirse wmilil l iiijudicioii until H'liue
further develiipiiii-nl work can lie pros
ecuteil. Mer. llugheN nml Acker
wero among the Santa I'eami who visited
It i said lightii ug never NtrikeH twice
in the same place, but it appear tu have
in tin iiiHt'iitce. Now- I'onitM tint new
that the Mcr IVrea, of llcriiahllo.
have made a rich silver strike a few
tiitle eiiHl of the gold llml. Iteninlillo i
cotiHiderably excit il over the new th.
covcry, and i-evernl of her ciiizers have
made InculiouHtlicrcumntigthcm Metinre.
HarriH, Schaub, Harrison, l)r lloyd and
The Stover and Codington party in
elude Chnrle W. Lewi. I II. Kul and
W. ). Sicor in the locatintiH made by ,
Higher up the mountain. from the'
itnlil tliwl iu I,,, tit.l.r.it,... I.... I ..r i.Mt.it
- ....... nr.. -, ..... iiiin-
rock Hurmoiiute I by purphy ry except in
such place a the element have caiiheil
diHlocntiou. In Huh contact u umllier
vein of argentiferniiH galena shoots up
occasionally in chimney. Helleath the
iron carbonate the galena come in. It
i a ciibie galena and carne twenty
ounce in nlver in ilnl mineral
test. Thi mother lead i aUttit
locatetl throughout by C. W, Kckert
ami the Ilrtice hoy. Of their ironrties
Hut "Cannon Hall," ami the "American
ring, liotti of which nro dow'ii from IV!
to io feet tioiv up tho iiiohI ore. The
gniiguo ih ilolomite lime, and the mineral
mrree rrom rerra. tory matter. If tlux
rich lead wero any whom in Otlorai!ii,it
would Int worked for all titero ih in it,
but tho owtmr nre poor men and can
i,.rZ."l!,,.,,,.r, ' ,V,''y "U!,r",1 .W"rk H!,," ?
spasmodic cliort. So if the viHitor t'
the camp cannot i-ee gold enough lo snit,
hit certainly cntinol fail to find rich silver
Mr. Kokerl, mentioned ulxivc,
clenecd miner who made hi mark m
tint Hlnck Hill Mid in !adville, and
his faith in thin new
mice that nurcH.
camp ia an nt-Miir
i from tin- Unllr, J'-iik 4n.l
S. Luna ciimn up from Lo LuniiH last
night and ih around among our citiens
Mis i'..nnie I". Pollard, of Snu Mnr
cial, is viilitig with her brother, Jo.
Ilerry, of this city.
The wifttof Paul Yrimirri is quite, ill nt
the San Felipe. Her illnitm in not of n
Grading for the Klectnn Stnsd road
is progreHsiug on Fourth street, north
and south, and on out Hailrosd avenue.
Mrs. Henry Iockhnrt brought In rrom
her ranch near tho city to day a lot of
straw lorries, a lino and largo as can bo
rnUcd in any country
Mnx Hecker received by expreo tin
morning from Lt JoyatwoyoungcoyoteH
undone young auteloNt. Hn intends to
ratso them n pet mound hi household.
Five lot on north Second street, be
tween Itailrond und CnpiAr nvonuen,
were pnrohuhod yi-sterday by Mike
Mandell from T. ('. Outierroa for f 10,
Itoman 1 1. Ilacii, county nnrt-sor of
Vnlencin, store keiqier al Or.int, nud
owner of large thick of aheep, wan a
passenger in from the west laM night
and is stopping at the Huropean.
Ml (irate Hawk willlcavu to - inor -
row for Chicago, whoro sho will enter a
K:ninarv nml remain two ear. Miks
draco has ninny friend in the city, who
will greatly iiiUh her in eocial circles,
Miss llattie L lUtlteitson, n line por
trait painter, who will bo remembered as
having atnpMid in the city several
months of last year, nrrivetl last night
nnd ha registered at the San Feliie.
Mrs. A. C- Carruthers, the wife of n
Denver Ootninercii.1 tourist, has "rrnud
at the Sunt' eiipe. and will remain i'"'
until her husband get in from the north
on one of hi regular trip to tho south -
John Irwin, proprietor of Kl Oollego
came rnncn, in nanuia mouniuins, n
young gentleman who make ll t ixtint
to visit Iho mctrnirfihi about three times
vear, ia here on his second visit this
Mrs. Kuunn l.twn. wife of Dr. K, J.
Ixtwls, diet! nt Snuk Centre, Minn., the
Other day. The deceased, with her Iiiih
band, spent tho summer of 1H9 in this
oily, having rooms at the residence of
J, I), Torlina; felt improved and went
home, bill returned the following yrnr
and wns also her Inst February. While
hem the fllniate did hor some good, evi
tlently prolonging her life, but that
dreaded diseaip, consumption, hnd fast
,H UM n.l lliuttly death cvue a,
" ,,"'l'' r,"i,,f; ,,: M MM "
Ir"'" '"ro who will regret to learn of
" r llm'
I cciisiim of Oallup,
''" "H follow Male.
j lift taken,
female, .'H'J; rlnldreii, male, 174, female,
l-Vi. tntnl, KH'J. The town show n
heallhy growth, ami will eiKin lie mcor
Mr. I'. Harrington, wife of Itondmn
ter Harrington nt Kingmnn, Itherehrfik
i '"B "I1 '"'f liego lord, who bns leu cn
! J") '"tJ bimself In the metroM.lis the
! I""1 ',,w ''")" Mm. Harringtoii i nt
Deputy lulled Stales Marshal A run
) i has returned from tint Niu'imieuto
distrie1. in the uorthwetern part of the
county, whcio he hi vid putier una
mnnlier nf mhpIm for violating tho Kd
luiindH adultery law.
'I'll ih morning H. Ituinio untitled from
, ,,, Wnch I'ritz Liininiit brought to
. , n, from La PUcita. coiiHidiirable
I ..,,1,1. All acooiints would imlicato that
I in I'inci'a will soon Ihh.'oiiih known na
n booming mining camp.
Mrn. Sniiliago HublHtll, mother, Mrr.
.1. W. Tlionia mid Mia llarlmrita Hub
Itell, sister of Deputy Sherilf Tho.
HuIiIh-II, will leave Friday for n month'
outing at .letiie hot spring. They will
curry with them tentu nml plenty of pro
Don. Vivian linen, a prominent citizen
of Socorro county, retailing nl Khcoii
didii, dletl tint other dny. He wa well
known lo many of tho unlive cltieii of
tin city ami county. His death Ih la
incnlcd, for ho wa a very cnterpriNiiig
citien of Inn county.
Dr. Iliij-c, one of the city' new physl
cum, Iia written several splendid and
appropriate letter about Albuquerque,
tint famnuM Kio (irando valley and New
Mexico in general to tho Olathe, Knn.,
Mirror. The doctor expects nouw of Inn
Kr-iisa friends here this fall.
Illdgit W, C. Ila.letliue, tho energetic
counsellor for tint Atlantic A Pacific,
who went with hi family to the Pacific
count, where he nuw them comfortably
quartered for the summer, rcturmd to
the city and his "John Hancock" appear
on the register of ttio Sun Folli-o.
Hurt Martin, tho traveling representa
tive of tho Kocky Muiititniu News, Den
ver, who wiih here yesterday, nnd John
Ncclnud wero old chum in Icadville
mtvornl yearn ago. They roomed to
gelher and were lu love w ith the same
young girl, who lived "just around the
L. Trailer, who with his brother Sam,
I llilt IH't i-lin-w, Itllllllll Vl-ll II Ht'lll-llll llll-l
....... .i i i ...i ...i
ch'indimt More in the old town in tho
1 i.urlv iIiivm nf tin, HIU. enm,. in v.wlenbiv
from (iraut. where ho ih clerking in Iho
store of Sol. Hlock. Sum Trailer died in
St. Lull about four year ngo from -i
tumor in tln bend.
Mis Mabel Stevens, daughter of N P..
Stevens, olio of Iho criidliatit; of
' from the Now Went Academy hero, but
, 1U , ,,, W1, ,,
,, , , , ... . , . ,
""r 1,1 Hockfonl, III, returned to her
; parents) lust night. Tho young Indy will
take niiother course of hcIiimiI life, going
! "" t Itockford in tho fall,
I Harry P. Owoiih, tho moat nccommo-
dating court sienogrupher I'int over
worketl tint keys of a Yimt in this ill-
. trn-t. i back from hi trip to Socorro,
. Las Cructe, hi Piimo nud Juare, Mexico.
ll'H face hIiowh n little sunburnt, but
there is u glow of henllh in hi rosy
cheeks which una nol there n fow wceku
Father S. Persoue, formerly stationed
here nud nt m Vega, hut now princi
pal of the Jiwuil college al Denver, ia in
the city. Tho father accompanied the
studentH returning to their home in
southern New Mexico, Mexico nnd Texas
as far a Kl Piuto. Ho will remain hero
a few days to rel up before returning to
Mrs. J. F. Carey, who has been for the
past month on her husband's sheep
ranch in Socorro county, arrived home
this morning, accompanied by Mr. Carey.
I'lic, gentleman state that ho never saw
hi soul inn of tho country so proeperou
-the sln"k in gixxl condition, lino raina
liio past fow days, and plenty of gras.
The cropH in tint valleys nre dolug llnely.
Mrr llamblna KsIiImm.
Yiwtterday afternoon, about ft o'clock,
Mrs. O Hambini, wife of tho First street
tailor, placed her K:kt book containing
fi'ii) in currency, I.Vi in gold, and ?1 III
in silver, nmoiiuliiig in all to &T, in
the trunk in her room nnd started nut
for a walk, it tpping for n fow hours al
her cousin' residence on north Fimt
street and then returned home. While
uvuy from her rtulncti she met A.
Hratino, from whom she borrowed 5,
, with which flm purchased n pair of
Tin morning Mr. Hratinix called at
Mr- Hau.bini's, and the lady got out of
her Ifd In pay him. On looking in tho
trunk she was surprised to llml her
l'ki't IxMik and contents gone. Mrs.
Hambini told thu reporter that while alio
waa putting the picket Ixstk in the trunk
a coal-black negro nnmed Clarke, who
has been rooming in ouo of the rooms
assigned to colored people on the ground
, ,, , Ht lu,r room d(or, toik n
moal Clir(,fu (A1t t the sumtundingsj
Mnt, 0(),y (IMt(lH,Br,Mj t the rttquwt of
1 l(u ,rti,y (1) (ifttIiJtiit that an sho
' left the placo and everything waa quiet,
' ll(jt ,m hl(e lUty back, openwl the
(,(MJf( )fw t, hl 0, ,U(, tr,lU Bll,
coiainittfU tint thefl.
i Tho mattor was referrwl to Marshal
, Maaton, with a f 'I'" 'f, bi; i"'
but he ia nowhere to Im found. He evi
dently took one of last night's pssseuger
train out of Ihe city. 'Pus marshal has
lelcirntihed lu all direct lona to intercept
the negro if possible. He is s tall fellow,
nutto heavy, nocked face, nnd ha a
swinging, plgcon-losd walk.
This is the second or third time Mrs.
Hambini haa been robbed.
The xoplo of Cerrilloa dnve rnntlo ar
rniigetnenls to sink an arttlnn well.
The work of riprnpping the main res
ervoir of the Springer ilitcch system i
going on rnpldly.
Hon. S. P. Mi Cien.of bin ('nice, will
deliver Iho inlilrwast tho Doming Fourth
of July celebration.
District court will reiuniu in session at
SN (irro this week. Judge Freotnan I
clearing Iho docket in that county.
Lieut. Plutumer nud wife will leave
Santa Fe mi July 1 for Fort Stanton,
whom tho lieutenant will Im quarter
Lincoln county in all broken up over n
etiurt Iiduho Iximl election. Whitn Oaka
doeetft want tho buildingoroctod nt Lin
coln, and is ngniust the bonds.
Mrn. J. II. Scruggs, nf Kansas City,
Kns.. ii in Snntn Fo on a visit to (Jen.
and Mrs. Hartlctt. Mr. Scroggn expect,
to return homo during thin week. '
Tho Union water work compnny hn
completed it orgnnlatlon nnd has mndo
It prtpjal-i to the mayor nnd council nt
Union regnrdmg the wnter work syn.
The shrinkage m the New Mexico wool
this year will not bo more than from 'JO
to :t'i iMireeiit. instead of III to GO per
cent, n i generally the case. ThiH
change ih on account of tho extremely
A murder, shrouded In mystery, wns
committed at Hatch Spur, n station on
tint Southern Pacific rnilroad, in the
southern portion of Dona Ann county, a
few day ago. Tho murdered man was n
A settlement of tho Oak (Irovo cnltlo
eotnpnii)' alTair. of Ornnt county, haa
been reached, the debt hnvo been paid,
and under the now control tho husinem
promise tii be both economically and
Mis CnrrioR Mcllvnin, the daughter
of the former chief juatico of Ohio, nnd
pleasantly remembered nt Santn Fe nn
tho guesl of Mr. Croes, nitnii two yearn
ago, wiih married on tho ICId, nt Philadel
phia, Pa., to Mr. Stuart II. Shotwell, jr.,
n leading young busineoamnn of St. Pnul,
The contractor commenced work on
the Mimbre Itiver A Doming irrigating
work with Home o0 toiX) men and teams.
The contractor are Ilolgnto t Wnllnre,
of Deiiimg. Tho cannl for conducting
tho Hood waters of tho Mlmbrcs into
storiigit reservoirs ia Iniing tnken out of
the river some distance nbovo tho old
Clin. M. DnviH, financial agent for tho
Clay liny copper and Silver mining
company, nud general manager of the
Overton mine, Moru oounty, came to
Las Vega frmn Oloriotn, with J mi. Web
Hter.of the Detroit Iron works, who hnd
been tu Olonelnto inspect thoClny HnyH
property. The result of Mr. Welaiter'a
visit will U ii concontrntor of VAX) tone
Katun Reporter says: Tint crop pros
Htcts on Johnson mesa were never ho
bright n tin year, nud tho farmers con
fidently exiect the largest yield this
year that they over hnd. Farming ou tho
uict-n ha practically domonatratotl the
fact Hint crop can bo rained on all tho
mesa lauds in IIiih vicinity without irri
gation. t-'ounil Head,
Ycoterdny afternoon, while several
Uiy were playing along an aoitqula,
which run through the orchard and
vineyard of T. 1). Post, noar the river in
old town, tho dead body of n men wa
discovered. The uow waa Imparted to
Cristobal IComoro, who Informed Justice
of the Ponce Manuel Armijo and Coroner
Jt-nic Itomero. They repaired to tho
place, nnd on lifting the body from tho
wutor in tint ncoquin, found that il was
that of Salvador Onrcia, a well-known
dissolute character arouud the old town.
Ho wsh subject Id fits, especially after a
hard drunk, and on Sunday it was
learned that he waa on a big spree. Mon
day morning he went down to Mr. Poet's
place, turned ou the water, and cat dnwn
ou the Hide of the accquia under the
shade of a Minall tree. It in auppouod
that he bad a tit and fell over into the
wnter, which covered hi body entirely.
In any event, tho coroner's jury, em
panelled by Justice Armijo, returned n
verdict in accordance with the above
fact. Ha was ubout .VI yearn of ago, and
was half Navajo and Mexican, ills re
ina'iis were burietl this morning.
Thr Dorter's) I'nlrh.
Dr. Ilurgese, of Albuquerque, pasmtd
through hero sovernl days ago, ou hia
way to Hermosillo, Mexico. He bos down
thero a sicahlo melon patch thirty
ncroa of watermelon which he is now
Hitting cn the market on advance of all
other sou rcH of supply. All along the
Southern Pacific und tho Santa Fe, be is
delivering this fruit in car load loU for
Fourth of July celebrations and picnics,
and for some weeks tho loaded melon
rind will alsiund un thosidewalk nod tho
righteous will stand on shpery plaoes.
XX III Kahlbll.
W. Leo Thompson, uno of the well
known fruit growerti of the Mlrabrea
Valley, came in from hi ranch laat
week. Mr. Thompson's fruit crop is, as
usual, a lino one thin season. Ills
exhibit of apple, pears, etc., at the
Southern New Mexico fair at Ia
Orueos two or three year ago created
quite a sensation, und ho will probably
make even a better exhibit at Albuquer
que this year. Mr. Thomon expects to
plant n large vineyard next year. Silver
Hun. W. II. Chillier went home on
Wednesday lift He haa been in Socor
ro most of the pnt eight woeke attend
ing court, and will bo here nil next week.
Chihlsr haa hosts of friend in Socorro
county, and a lino practice at onr bar,
Ho ia a No. I lawyer nnd'with all one of
tin gentlemen It ia a pleasure to mest,