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Albuquerque Daily Journal (Newspaper) - February 4, 1882, New Albuquerque, New Mexico 'i1 V- VOLUME" ifl. NEW ALBUQUERQUE. N. SATURDAY, EEIWUAKY 4, 1882. WAIT FOR THE OPENING! for ti Xew Trial iu 1'Uc (full in on tlio il. Tin- loiij.' Hie I'Vi-j-y one of upon tlio :if- ;vil> of I'.lir jnry li. In- said, wa it of HP ir am ami ci li.-nl. so' v.ian or llu :f' ii.vii- fi d'niii-aii c.illi'il on J I anil Call Bui] clint: Xexi liml Low I'ri. v.-. IJ-.'Vi'IS A- L'UIA.y, NATIONAL NOTES, Various Hills Acted Upon lu Iht Halls of Congress, 'j .IKS' WANK UIU, PASSED. In I' STEIN1, MAXTDELL i CO IRON', STEEL ;i ani HairSend for Our Prices Be'foro Purchasing; Elsewhere HAS'YE, FANCY. STONE R1XGS. SCAKF I'l'NS. LOCKETS, HAH! FJLICHO: JKWJ'LIiY. 1UNUS- Our Facilities for .Miiiiiifiicliirius (JaiKis is I'lism-piiy-eil. IVe. Iiivife jiuir iiltcnliiiii In Ilie uiily I'm.' of tliis i-luss of jfiioils In this co u n try. CHAS......ETHERIDGE, UI-..T Cvinnil Hunk, New Alliuqu Insurance, wiir'.d. s 1 -'Real 23siaie. ii! Bolloci o[ any IVTotarvr'Public. ailmini.sHT nains: liliink ai-.nl. H.-.IM-S. inr buy Tim :i lion-ii' or iu live hi." Will ilnil :i Ii' I ill-Jim his si-sit Cnileaii looked over tu his i slated in a quid and that r-r pleading lone: -Can I sii'al Iheta-j K-VP HH- Jlonl bit1, if vtiiii' liniiiir pleaBeV" IMJ Ihruwii upon llu CTbX, senate, without further tlio- fnniliiig bill by a cllvlsU.; uycs U.S. IS. frjualDr Tclltr. from llic commiilee on Uic original bill a substitute for tlio one on the snb- t of ftraiitiug hiicrelio U. !liul ner. widows of four presidents, life iohs of S.1.000 per vear.'froni Hie of .Sopleinbor, 1831. y.Mrs. Tyler's hereto- 1O11' Jiel'- i (J" of Sen..tbrSuiinders, the l bill e.xtendini; ihe of acl originally admitting Xcbniska, think.- now of a fret navigation of Ilio MIS- X, offered :in ftmondmcnl. in accord- ance v.- iti'i his suggestion, which) was adapted, and the bill. passed., The, committee .on -territories refer-' CLOCKS, CHARMS.- prisi'iirr took a scat at 111.' irl in llii'.'ijiiJ.-irtnl l bjected, and ilionglit V. suli-coiumiUcc, consisting in-: s bcfoiv tlie Samulers, Uan-ison anil Uarland Senator from Hie election com- virus, was passed. The o per cent bill AS 01-l.VSTAOF.il..--.. 'J'he private bill for'the relief of this owners of tin; brig 1 Ihe Iji-itish llect in tlie war of one. of the niosL careful jirid coiikbrva- men in lllo country.'.tho'roughlj experienced .-It is but natural that that the part. of instructiuns revoked wft's a portion! written by. himself, and it is reasonably to supposethat ter-part of UK-dispatch sent by bim to Secretary whicli suppressed by him before being sent to! the protetil. iigainsttht re- vocation of .orders given him." The publication of Jil.a'ine's flrsL cir- cular will be used by Jil.-iincan'd bis associates iis an argument ngainsl tho claim that he waa in favor of. iuvijlr- iiHf the country in anr war. OltANT SI'KAK-S. General Onml subsequently stated in reply to the ipieslion of his reported connection ivith the, company: -lie .h.id nothing to Say in tin- matter; that "he knw nothing more than had already appeared in print, and be had no more interest in ii than thu general, >VASniM.'TO.S. Thc.SUir JCauli-Trluli l-'eb. 0.. -In the bond Slar lioiite -eases. .the eounscl for LAGGING LHWSLATUKE. e Time of the Solons Taken i JHalulr hi quarrels. X SUOHT SKSS SPIECELBROTHERS Seoville read tbu alVidiivit. swon and subricr'ihed to by himselfi setting fort'li in detail the grounds stated, am addwl -1 have, not ret pre.pare.l a for-] had giu.c but- lilty-liv ivard? we will p.-.mt: the consideration of this malli-r nnlil ihu inoiion now before the conn is of." to road ilie aill- d-.ivits and other jiapcrs died by liin: ill) his minimi for a new trial. Scoville-.dc-l'emUid .Snydcr. wlm was present, and himself from rril idsins of SJ'EEJt. Sole Agents HOSENWALD BROS., Soots HATS AND CAPS. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, tMili-ri.-.! lhe. hull found Fra'ncise.i l-'lores lying lloor sicar tliu doiirwiiy. witii e.l'l.l.IlT Il'll.lis in his brrM.sl. In Ihe oilier roo MemoiM .sh'xil thrnuirh lhe dead, l.-oi'.ardo lav abi be enumerat- ished by the nnU! ed in Die list, to be fur de.foii.se. Tho court adjourned Feb. 7. J. 11. Shcppcrd. president of the Pe- ruvian company, said that Graut liove.i'-Jiiw been personally interested in Uie company a coiporalor or other- wise, pecnniiirily. HKOAUINO TlMI-l'ISllER'na.-; 1. Tiiij house committee, on foreign: af- fairs Ui. be reported, lo the bousft, for printi tlie joint resolution i.n reffiircl to tl) i treaty of, Washington. tin request of the prc.nii.len1. of the. United Slates, to notice, to (.Jrnat, Hritnin, as pro- vided in article TO .of the treaty of 1871, for the termination of the pro- vision of said treaty, a.-s contained in articles. 18 lo '25 inclusive, and relating to fisheries; and also to institute nego- tiations with (Ireat IJrilam by which, :ifler the- terniinidion of said provi- sion, (he fisheries of this nation shall be restored to the rights and privileges formerly enjoyed by them. UiaiGUTKU UEUS. fJKVEI.USTA'SCJilAST. T'ne the land ollice has issmd a pate.nt for the town of Co- vellola, New containing aercs. VOOltlllilij' v was head. K len Hi; sed Scovillft feel I'ruiii lhe hou and The. slnjrill' mad-.1 "ijniry of man mi ihe promises slarled in uf-the murih rer.s, and when iwo hnndnnl yards froi.i llie he was lired upon' from the bush, tiilty of hjs hui-se be reiurncd 'e ami, iidvani-inj; 'on the nini-doi-el-.s he iirod limr.s, IClxarlu. Sin......-rs di-ipl real h'lldness. and would hav H'e nc.vcr furgory. Jle tho allidiivii of lh" jurymen positively denying having scuii lhe Critic or any other paper dn'r- inj; the irial. and lhe affuhivii of Nor inon 15 years as mailer, whom he wovUd nol believe; under oath: ami other anid.ivibi show- ing the character .of Snyder and the affidavit- of ilu: bailiff who had charge i A of the room, where the Critic was j iii-r. umi found: thai ho iiurchased no paper and j c.isio.iy i that.the spoken to by thej jury or bailill' tl.c l.riiil were F. ihe rl JI. SnvdtM. Mr. ScoviMcaiid J. U. liar- ,ie.ri-fe. for ate. MAHA'S SKNSATION. G-zocerles, U. R, Are. and Third NEW A E. J. POST CO.- SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE Cuhs, Pistols and Ammunition VHdgr, licach i to.'s Sniicrior of Tin, topper and Jron FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILOR. IliS l-'lncsi Stuck Cloth', (in hnn.l. Tin- l.irsi wurkini'ii :uiil .1 111 piuraiitri-il. Coi-uei- S'.-COIK! mid (SALOON and LUNCH HOI LJSE den. who several times passed '.he room without any ostensible purpose. Snyder .-.woie he found the Critic in ihe bailiff's room. Ife (Curtis) tin-re. :ind could not have ii Critic-lo ihe room without seen bv Jlailiff .Searles. Hammond, a bar-lemh-i- at FrciU-Vs snlnon.on Christiuas morning.by sir !c- ini; him over the head wilb some. .11- revolver, but lie. ur 'comes-up on next term of court qni'r those atlemps I and Ihey relumed and ri-p.irted In: was. Miss lione were ar- in-snnijsiivi'evidiMii-o iigainst-a TJirsi. parl.ii-.-j all absi-uli-d tlu-ins'tlvi-s favorably. Ilepresentalive 'Camp, ury, which iSrinlcs, chews and plays I luwn ilurint; ihc preliminary ex- of York.moveil ius an amendment jr. IE. IN YOU GO TO WIPJSLOW IvfCTIDID, Scoville ihen proi-cu'ded on lAenU. The was then taken tinder ad- visement. Scovill'p pi-neecdeil discuss the propriety uf snyder bi-inlf in the jury room act itself was damaging. C.'uileau piped out in (lelense of der: "He, In-Ill i his was a very slrpng j pr j cards." lamination Si.-ovillc replied to Fiavidgc. ami ar-1 n ;s Igned that de.so.rved priiisc raih-l j er than ccnsnn: for his He smnvn. iio.st'ing. around, as the conn- j bei-n i-i-'piir intimated. He occupied a room ai llic hotel, and going to and from the i io his room ho. was compelled t-J piis.s through the hsill, opening wl'.irh wen: the rooms of llu: jury. Sei- ing the 'now.spnper through the ojn'ii door lie has donn what eWcy Ameiii-iin nhoiil'.! do, in and took it away I.V Till-: INTKKI-ST-S OK ilb-'l expected o decision from i upon that point. you'll have work lo get it." Srovillc, (with much Senator Yoorliecs presented- his bill of last winter, which discriminale.i in favor-of the .Senator llawley's amendmeiiL was adopted, limiting the withdrawal of bank circulation under lhe fourth sec- tion of act of ISo-l to five million dol- lars per mouth, and requiring thirty days', notice. Senator Morgan's amendment, for- feiiing l.hc of ;i n'alional bank which fiiilri lo withdraw its circulation after its thirty days' milieu haire. ex- pired, was defeated by 27 to CJO. .Senator Vourhees' bilJ was thnn taken nil :L'ul hill passed by it vote of 33 lo IS. j Several amendments to the bill were I also passed. I On million of Senator '.iig.ills.lhe re- I solution declaring the punsion :ir- law -jnglii not rcjiualwl, was I lakrin up and laid over as unfinished business for Monday, 'Unties having (appended an amendment declaring in i favor of a pension lo soldier-) in the I Mexican war. j 'Hiesenate then went, into executive i session, mid soon sifter the doors re- pened and the Semite adjourned. I'eb. commit- i-ules instructed lleprcsentalivc Heed 10 report favorably on the resolu- tion to create a select committee on woman suffrage, to consist of nine members. The house went into a comniilt.ec of the whole on jji'ivate calendar. foon The. first reported i Represcntalive Kelly, of J'ennsylvania, from the. committeft on .ways and means, releasing the Philadelphia and Ua-.idiiig'vailroad company from IXXCH fin ccrlilicates.heretofore issued bv the 'The was advocated, and defehd- d by Representative Hewitt, of New York. Uiinuell, ot Minnesota, and-Kel- and Uoyne. of 'Pennsylvania. I'iepresenlative the ;uid said the bill was .for the bene- lil ot tlie stockholders tho railroad, and n.5 Win. 11. Vandcrbill nii'lil in II j the the. bill was llii-ir inlt.-.ni-ion to go to Cliic'agf i 'the iclicf of Win. H.Vamier- int and remain away j trial. May Unll. also Kind's huiL.-.e, luui been i witness. poor but honest 'citizen of New York, [langhler.] Finally liepretiKnUitivc Kelly moved that llic bill be laid aside, to, be rc.pori- wiiiics.--, bi-insr. )f ICosl'-rs, ;m I is about d-f be laid be report- ed unfavorably. The latter motion was agreed to by 109 to 45. The committee then arose and the bonds on the table, and thin de- feated. Adjourned until to-morrow. Tim rijhl. CIIICAOO, Times corrospoiHlent aays: "Hlainc make" Uu: j-oint, against Arthur ;hai Preftcott with his.own hands wrote ihe ij'ftlligerent paragraph in his in- after he hud one or two private interviews with the that lie got the points for the fr.iphfrom him. This, certainly, pre- s-nts a very full phase of the situa- i.on. Trcscott has own represented u nChlrts.i il.-lc ror Joj-Ujwii JiMUm ton iirrived here this morning from; Ft. in rhiirgc; of- Arjiahoc Chiefs Jllack "Coal. Sharp Xosc', Little Waif, While: llarsc Iron; who, after x visit'to their children at the Indian training school. for chiefs were in full Indian dress and presented a Cue appearance.. They wept for joy on meeting their children, embracing and kissing Iheni- repeatedly. They arc delighted with the progress their chil- dren' have. made in the, post .roar. There 1 are now "270 Indian students from "JS different tribes at Co'rlisle.1 S.T. Louis, Feb. dispatch from Sail Anlnnio, Texas, says, that a great sensation was created there by the ar- rest of .1 -uuiiml. -lie- Keronuin, charged with aliempting to murder Or. Cnpples and his wife, Mitw Finnic, a sli'p daughter, and the coach- man of lhe family, named Dale. II is said a great scandal wili be developed the matter comes befoic lhe. court Vor trial. f froni oiir ciohangc-s. :ievilin .tliK'.'original surveys .and sidcrable l-'raiiciscp, which shovv.i panj; intend to'go after ;die t.r.ivol and business' niost particul.'i'rlyi- ltvis .stated .llut'.tllfr conipanv-'inte'iirl :is VapiiilT -.is possible.'. Uii'lil'i .HuiiliniL.'ioii'" Co.. of i .tho. Southern 1'acific road, A. I', company, through tp Sun that rresident Xult 'one million lies anil shipped to. San Pnin-', cisco steel rails'for Dfty mileajuf rond to be laid east from; the and other evidences of their: drlenninatioii ojiened lliftir. pyai, and, they hare laking every action calculated to in- jure the A, -.t P. coiiipany, and to pre- vent capitalists, from helping in the construclien of' Lhc 'through lint in California. Tin: A.tcliiaon, Toptka Santa lre coiVijiany however is backing Hit A.
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