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AXBDgCEBUl'K, JANUARY A. IMS
TBI Presbyterian hospital of New
York City attended to KfKO patient lat
Thi Roman Cathoilo archdloces of
Clneinnati be population of about
t ... . -
Thi Sunday school of th alethodUt
Kptaonpal eborca of tbU country number
Thi Kan court bar decided that
women, tbotif a lector la thai, state,
cannot omto a jnror.
L- 1 L - J
TbihI ar o,i) Christian Kudsaror
aoetotlM la U United BUles, and 11324
In tlx fit of Ux world.
Tnm ar mora than 1U.U00 Amsrt
hh and European residing In China.
Of Umm 4,000 arj Knglish.
Thi ' w aiexioaa baa donnod ft droai
of new typo and la on of tha neatest
printed paper In tha on tiro west
Tu last annual report of to Society
of Joraa autw thai In all the world there
art only H.ttl Jesuit, lea than naif of
whoa are prteeta.
DrjUAXri latest appeal to the u
pretno Mart for ft writ of probable eauae
baa been denied. Be will be hanged on
IT la Uted that tbe Bible women In
India supported by the Methodist Kplaco
pal eoeloitee otttnuniber Uwee supported
by any other American societies.
Wan political leader of long atand
tng become eo big that the party ran't
Be over bim or under him, or around
him. It la time to reveree the column.
A 8INOU tramp ateeuner recently left
Taeoma, Wash, with 177,609 bueheu of
wheat tor the northweei oat of Africa.
The cargo of wheat wa rallied at 1311,
000. , , .
Tu Women' Horn M Lis I on society ot
th Methodist Episcopal church sent last
year 736 barrels of clothing, valued at
$7X000. to frontier preacher and
On a million dollar In gold ut,
nuggt and draft la said to bar been
the amonnt of wealth oh board thstem-
er Corona, which cam down to Fort
Townsend, Wash, ft few day ago from
In wall-Informed Boinan circle It la
regarded certain that an English car
dinal will be created bsfor long. It I
rumored that the pop Intend confer
ring th red hat upon Archbishop Stoner
at th forthcoming consistory.
IT I stated that forty out of forty-five
tat eonatltutlona contain acknowledg
ment ot Ood; that recent revision have
retained such acknowledgments, and In
th case of Kentucky and Virginia bar
Inserted them for tbe first time.
Thi director of th mint ha recom
mended that th branch mint at Mew Or
leans b closed and that hereafter all th
coining of gold and. ilvr b don at
Philadelphia and Ban Francisco until
the new mint at Denver I completed.
AacBBiBBor Kain, of Bt. Loula, ha ra
eantly returned from a visit to Bom, and
report th pop In remarkably rigor
ooa condition, both physically and men
tally. Archbishop Kain also Ule that
Pop Loo ipreeae th greatest Interest
in America, and rejoice in th progress
of th ehurch under our tre lnstiloy-
Thibi are, acoording to an eminent
archaeologist, ne les than from ISO to
180 absolutely distinct language In
North and Booth America. A th
growth of Uuguag I rery Blow, be
thinks th fact of th existence of
ao great a variety of speech on th west
rn continent prove that the natlr red
men hav lnhahablted them tor many
thoa sand of years.
A lunniAM land owner ha only
right to na water from a .rtream passing
hi land for domeatle purpose and for
th nee la of th land, and If he use It
for other purpose to th damage ot rl
parlan land owner below him he I 11'
bl for such damage, acoording to th de
cision of th supreme eoort of Pennsyl
vania la the case of th Philadelphia A
PottoTUl nater company.
Tag Belentlno American says that ei-
eesslve beer drinking I even laor brot-
allalug than whisky. "Th very lowest
form of Inebriety, closely allied to erlml
sal Insanity, follow from beer drinking.
A beer drinker may be the picture of
health, b may weigh 300 or 400 pound,
but la reality be. Is moat Incapable of re
sisting dlsaa compared with Inebriates
who use whisky, b 1 mors Incurable,
Biur generally diseased."
Th monthly statement of th public
debt issued at th close of business De
CMttbar II. 17, shows th debt, loss
ash la th treasury, amounted to f WU,
111,667, a decrease tor th month of $10,
lltW. Tbls dseraaM In ths debt 1 due
principally to an Increase In ta cash,
which U aeeonnted fur by th sals of th
Union Pacific railroad.
Tb monthly statement ot th govern
meot rsoelpt and (pudlture tor th
paonth of December show th total r-
Celpt to hare been $&9.A4o,0M, of which
1I.WO,?wii from customs, IM.S42.
028 from Internal revenue and $33,M2,H0
from mttrellaneon eonrces. Tbe expen
diture for the month aggregated 27,
634.0(4. The receipt and eipendlturee tor D
cemtNr Include 2I,?IS,204 received dur
ing the month from the eale of the
I'nlon Pacific railroad, '.00,000 paid out
to secure a bid on the Kansaa Tact fJc. and
$.M7,428 Internet paid on PaclOe railroad
eubaldy bonda not due until Jan
uary. Kicludlng these Itema the receipt
amount to 27,81,44, and eipendlturee
Jo,216,fl63, leaving a eurplua for the
month of fl.714.H31.
Ae compared with Decemtier, 1H1MV,
titer la shown to lure been an Increase
of nearly l,0ii0,ouo In the receipt from
euetoroa and alout $I,14,000 In Internal
i-ostsi. nitron m.
' Congreaeman Loud has clre n notice of
an Intention to pre the enactment of
hie bill providing for the amendment of
the postal lawe relating to aeoond clam
mall matter, and, ae a result, the oppon
ents of tbe measure are engaged In a
vigorous agitation agalnet It. It, there
fore, behoove the friends of tbe measuro
to bo equally active In order that the
much desired reform may be acoom
pllshed. The leene Is one that has been long dis
cussed and Is generally understood. The
8an Francisco Call aay that the bill pro
posed by air. Loud Is In the Interests ot
economy and fair dealing, and has been
well received by merchants and other
boelness men throughout the country.
The object Is simply to put an end to
abuse practiced under the law by which
tbe revenues of the government are di
minished and the postal service rendered
a burden upon the governnunt Instead
of being self-supporting.
The bill aa reported by Mr. Loud ad
mils to the mails a second-claws matter
all newspapers and periodical publica
tion which are Issued at etated InterraU
and as frequently as tour times a year,
but proposes to prohibit ths admission of
book or reprint of books, and to abol
ish th sample copy privilege to news
paper. The amendment Is as necessary to jus
tie between cltlien aa to economy ol
service. At th present time tbe pub
Usher of cheap and trashy books lisue
them a part of a so-called periodical
library and get low rate through tbe
malls, while the publisher of standard
works hav no each advantage. Tbe
government I thoa put In th position
of promoting the circulation of compare
tlveiy vicious literature at th ipeuse
of that which Is Instructive and valu
able. The "sample copy" abuse Is even worse
than that ot the periodical "library."
Under th pretense ot being sample
copies of regular newspapers, millions
ot what are really no more than adver
tising circular ar lent through the
mall at th aspen of the taxpayer.
Thus tbe public baa to pay for advertis
ing private business In which the people
have no Interest whatever.
StW MfclltU'M CHOUDCTS.
According to stlmatea In tbe New
Year' edition ot th Denver paper New
Maileo' bin wtput for th past year
Is: Gold, ll.W0.O0O; stiver, I760.0UO;
copper and lead, $1,500,000; turquoise,
300,000; coal, 11.260,000, or a total, ot
1666,000. These figure may, perhaps,
b considered by tarn a loesslr. but
mining men seem to agre that they ar
not far from a reasonable estimate, sine
It ha long been recognised a a fact that
much ot tbe mineral product of thi ter
ritory gee t Colorado smelter and I
absorbed In th annual showing of that
state. Th La Vegas optic suggest that
th neit legislator should look to thi
matter and designate some person whose
duty II shall be to gather auch data offi
cially. How would It do to make such
doty part of th work ot th director of
the school ot ml nee Y Indeed, the idea
might most properly be carried further
by requiring that th president of the
agricultural college shall also gather
statistic pertaining to tbe agricultural
and horticultural Interest ot th terri
A BIO K1TCH.
Th drainage canal for th City of Mex
ico U the most stupendous work ot It
kind on th face of the earth. The Man
chester ahlp canal in Kngland cost the
equivalent In Mttilcan money of $100.
OU0.0O0, but th actual amount of dirt re
moved In cublo feet was not clreuin-
atanc to what ha been taken out on
this proposition. Th drainage canal I
47, kilometer long with an average of
m meters In depth. It measure 05
meter across the bottom and notwith
standing th fact that not an Inch ot
water ha yet been turued In, there la
enough water below San Cristobal to
float a boat, and run nearly tour feet
below th tunnel. This 1 all seepage
water. New crops can already b seen
along th banks, which prior to this
work was the bottom ot lake San Oris
total and thousand of acre hav al
ready been reclaimed. Thi land la
offered to th adjolulug land owners at
a low price, either for lease or purchase,
and much of it ha already been taken
ou we luaraev
It U gradually becoming known to the
people of tbe l ulled State that the re-!
glon, taking Albuquerque as th center,
ha the most favorable climate for the
benefit of consumptive persons, ot any
place In A merle ; and Indeed ot the
whole world. There are yearly several
hundred such persons experiencing this.
There 1 asarcely a vacant room, much
les a residence to be found In our city.
Hundred more do come, aud would re
main if they could b accommodated,
who leavs again on account of tbl want.
Th time has come when we must bestir
ourselves aud try to utilise tbl great
blessing which nature baa bestowed on
the oltisen of this region tbe grandest.
most health-giving climate on earth. W e
must organize a sanitarium company.
On New Year' day Gov. Otero pardoned
H. P. Brown, ot Eddy. Tbe act ot clem
uey waa asked lor by nearly the entire
people of Eddy. Brown wa servlug
year sentence for euibexxlement.
Be tb Economist window display of
special in ladle' underwear. A good,
houest ralu at 36 cent now tell for
A full Un of choice and fresh fruits.
nut and candle at Trotter.
Cm pasteurised ait lk and cream it
yon bar lung troubl.
KIMUS" LAST KICBf,
A Good Sled Aadlcac Treated to ft
The "Klrmls" glren at th opera hons
last night for the benefit of the Kplscnpal
church was attended by a good Blind au
dience, which was rewarded for Its pres
ence by witnessing a nnlqne and an In
teresting entertainment. The remark
able success of the "Klrmls" reflects great
credit on Ills Hogan, who has devoted
ber best effirt tor some time past to the
end that th entertainment might come
np to the eipectatton ot the most criti
cal. All who took part In the program
are also deserrlng ot the highest prals
for the aotl'S Interest and enthuslssm
they hare shown la endeavoring to have
the entertainment reach perfection.
The first part of the program opened
with the dance of the March winds, which
were represented by Misses Alma and
Jettl Rosenwald. Irene Saint. Myra
Kuniand Leila Buchanao. This was
followed by the dance ot tbe paper dolls,
represented by eight lovely little girls,
Lola Neher, the 6 year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Neher, then made
her first public appearance as a whistler
of remarkable geuluc Little Klolse
Yrisarri treated the audience to a Span
ish danoa. Prof. James Uewey Ward
then recited "Th School Meeting In Dis
trict 13,. In a manner which showed that
he possesses msrked elocutionary powers.
Tbe second part ot the program, "Tbe
Blind Girl of Castll-cullll," opnsd with
a dance ot the peasants, and then Miss
Kdiia Mills tripped the light fantastic
td In an admirable manner. Mrs.
Blakely followed with ft song, which was
well received. The Spanish Gypsy dance
by Misses Georgia Kellogg, Shirley
Kuhn and Lora Vol proved rery Inter
esting. Miss Claude Albright, as a Gypsy maid,
sang a aong from "Carmen" which was
greeted with a loud encore, to which the
sweet singer reepouded with a Gyisj
dance, tbe symmetry of motion Itself.
Th duuo ot the Itoees, the Butterfly
danoe and the Tambourine danoe were
ail perfectly performed and well received.
Tbe seeoud part ot th program doped
with th Van Minuet, lu which Miase
Kdiia Mills, Bell and L'ly Schuster,
Leila Buchanan and Myra Kuni took
A Urge number ot people partook ot
the eioellent oyster supper which was
served before and after the "Kiruiise."
Bl I'aso Hons Kmm.
The race Just held at Washington
Park by ths W ashington Park Driving
and Valr association, were not a success
financially. The management did not
expect they would be, tor they did not
havetlm to advertise the race as ex
tenslvely a they might hav been. Their
time waa limited and they deserve praise
tor what waa done, and though the man
agement I out ot pocket, they are pleas
ed with the fact that horse racing has
been Inaugurated In Kl Paso and that
hereafter It will be a feature In this city
at proper seasons ot tbe yenr.
The association propose having race
again neit spring during tbe month ot
May, at which they expect to offer suffi
cient Inducement to encourage horse.
men from all part of the country to
come to El Paso and take part. Tribune.
KILLED HIS BROTHER.
Sidney Sutherland Accidentally Shoot
and Kill Robert.
Ber. A. II. Sutherland, pastor ot tbe
Methodist Episcopal church ot San Mar
clal, and wife, who are well known In
thi city, bar th sympathy ot their
friends over th sad tragedy that hap
pened to their household last night.
Sidney, their nine-year-old son, acci
dentally shot and killed his brother.
Robert, a few years younger. Sidney
picked up a 22 calibre rifle, to fir at a
Strang dog that was chasing a kitten
belonging to the family. Just as the
trigger was pulled, Hubert stepped or
stumbled In the course ot the bullet, re
ceiving the ball In the skull just above
th left eye. Tbe shootlug, which was
purely accidental, occurred at a':-nt 8
o'clock, and th lad lingered outil Hp.
ul, when he died.
Ths Hlrlh or ths "Uraatar" Hmw York.
With the dawn of the new year the
"Greater" New York is ushered Into the
world a full grown glaut The problem
of municipal government la to be put to
the auprruiest test. Y ithlu Its limits Is
contained a population equal to that of
thirteen of our sovereign elates at our
last census, and as numerous as that of
the original thirteen states. Provisions
for the life aud health of this vast multi
tude ot all natious aud clime Is au un
solved enigma. Thousands ot sufferers
In New York and elsewhere are wrested
from the erasD of that atronmnir coin.
plaint, rheumatism, by the timely use of
ti oh teller e eioiuacn Hitlers, wblcn Is a
preveutlve of malaria and klduev com'
plaint, aud a curative ot liver complaint.
cousiipaiion aua nervousness.
Asothsr Larg Skfap Wilpmeat.
Vour thousand head ot sheep are due
to arrive In Santa V from the south, ou
Wednesday, fur shipment over tbe Dea
rer & Klo Grand railroad to feeding sta
tion In Nebraska and thence to market
In Chicago. Tb shipment will be made
by J. A. Btlnson to C, B. Reynolds. It
will be remembered that a similar ship
ment of 10,000 of the fleecy fellow wu
made from Santa V over tb Denver X
Rio Grand about ten day ago. New
Albvq rqae Laad an Irrla-alios Co. No
lie l Ulddara.
Sealed bids for the maintenance and
traueportatlon ot tlie engineering corps
of lbs Albuquerque Laud aud Irrigaltou
company are hereby luvlted. Eight men
will constitute the corps and will be In
the field for live weeks as estimaied. A
complete camp outfit, a tour horse team,
driver aud cook will be necessary and to
be uuder tbe direction of the chief en
gineer of the eouipauy.
Bids must state:
1. The number of the tent to be fur
nished. i. The price to be charged fur the
board of each man per week.
Tbe bids ar to be addressed to O. N.
Marron, vice president, and must be lu
before It o'clock on Thursday, January rl,
lot, at which time they will be opeued
at the ofllce of Collier & Marron, aud the
contract let for such maintenance and
ALnuguimgi'i Land & Ihhioation Co.
Ur Tharadaji, J an. ,
Th popular theatrical attraction of
tb present d&y I th on that please
tit largest number of theater goers.
Dramatic writer have recognized this,
nd la th combination of comedy aud
pathos hav evolved th "oomedy drama,''
which I neither tragedy nor faro, but a
delightful medium. Cue ot th most
uceful of th latter elaa of play I
"Tennessee' Pardner,'' which had
nnderfully successful tour last season.
According to ibt criticisms of some well
knwu writers "ftnnis-we's pardner" Is
a gem In Its naturalness, the main In
cidents of the play being founded on ac
tual occurences. The scenes are laid In
the mining regions, the actlou taking
place during the present day. Legiti
mate comedy of a high order predomi
nate Its dramatic story, but tbe latter Is
thrilling In the ettreme The laughable
doings and clever dislogna of some ot the
character arjines annul of laughter
from the audience and the play Is war
ranted to cure the worst citse of "blues,"
and send the theater goer home happy In
tbe recollection of a highly enjoyable
evening's entertainment. The org ill ra
tion presenting the play contains the
names ot wellknown players who are de
cided favorites here.
LAS VEGAS LOCALS.
r'rnm the litlc.
V. M. Allison's five months old daugh
ter died of pneum n'.
Mr. aud Mrs. Wmier Vlndlay have re
turned from Couneant, Ohio, and agitln
taken up their residence at the Plaza
VYm. Anderson, an Inmate ot the la
dle' home, died at that place January
1. He was a native of Aberdeen, Hoot
land, but has resided In th!a country tor
the pant ten years.
Krum the Riainltier.
Ceo. W. llnrtman, having sold out
nearly all his stork of g.xxls, closed his
store Saturday evsulng.
One binlnrs boue here has l.OMi
eacks of wool on Its platform outRlde of
two or three wnrehou ies full.
The Agua Pura r mipnny Is putting up
14 Inch toe at the Hot Springs, aud ei
pect neit week to harvest 1 inch lee.
It will then put three gangs to work, one
to filling the Moni'imua les house, one
of It own Ice houses, aud the third filling
car on th track.
tr ir Cltrg l Huflerenl.
Cut this out and take It to your drug
gist aud get a ssuiple bottle tree of i'r.
Kings New Dlfovery, for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, fbey do not aek yon
to buy before trying. 1 bis will show )ou
the great merits oi tins truly womieriui
remedr. and show you what ran be so
compllMbed by tbe regular size hottK
This Is no experiment, aud would 4e din
aitrous to the proprletirv did they not
know it would Invariably cure. Mnny of
tbe best physicians are uow lining It In
their practice with great reeiilts, aud re
relying on 11 in tnoel severe rases, it is
guaranteed. Trial bottle tree at any
drug store. Regular site 50 cents and
$1. J. II. O'Rlelly A Co.
Stnta fe Grand Jury Returns Twenty
The territorial grand jury, which was
linpaueltd on Monday, Dec. 13, and has
slurs been luuuelrioutdyat work, reported
to Judge Laughlin on Friday evening
that It had found twenty-nine Indict
ments and had not yet complete I the
tank assigned to It, says the New Mexi
Warrants for the Hpprehensloii of the
several persons against whom true bills
bad been found were lmmedintely Issued
aud placed lu the hands of BherilT Klu
sell aud Deputy Sheriff Huber. It thus
happened that every cell lu the couuty
jail was occupied ou New Year's morn-ng-.
Appended Is a lint ot the persons In
dicted and alreaiy lu custody or under
bond to respond for trial lu the dletrlct
court when called tor:
Canillo Borardtuelt, murder In the first
degree; Ignaclo Garcia, murder; Joseph
Blonger, murder; Max. Kn sit, larceny of
cattle; Venoeslao Gallegos, larceny of
cattle; Gregorlo Qulntana, larceny; Felix'
Creeplu, rape; Luis Uonciles, assault aud
battery and attempt to kill; Vraucleco
Romero, assault and battery; Ramon Gar
cla. assault; Kdintrdo Baca, assault;
Henry Pohluian, assault; Ricanlo Alarld,
assault; Beulto alurld, assault; Manuel
Alfaro, assault; Nasarlo Alarld, assault;
Pete. J. Smith, abandonment ot wife and
family; Sautlago L'rban, laroeny ot cat
tle; Marcial I'rloste, assault.
All but the last three named were ar
raigned before Judge Laughlin ou New
Year' morning and all pleaded not guilty
except Carullo Martluer, an ex-convict.
who pleaded guilty to the stealing of cat
tie. Smith, I'rbau aud Uriuste were ar
raigned this uiorulug and pleaded not
Francisco Romero, Ramon Garcia, Kd
uurdo Baca, Henry Pohlmau, Rleardo
Alarld, Bonlto Alarld, Mami'l Alfsro, Na
arlo Alarld, Joseph lllonger, P. J. Smith
and Marcial I'rloste have since beeu re
leased on bonds to appetr for trial when
The case ot the Territory vs. Antonio
A. llerrera, assault with words, appealed
from a Justice ot the peace, was tried be
fore a jury ou Saturday, aud the defend
ant wa found guilty and fiued $5 und
In the matter of Pedro Delgado vi. A.
P. V. Coupe, au action for debt, the Jury
found for the defeudant this forenoon.
This action was brought t recover $120,
which the plaintiff loaned to the late
wife ot the di'feudant when she was
sick at the hospital lu this city, but tbe
jury held that Coupe did not owe the
Hon. W. N. Hailmaii, ot Washington,
D. C , who was lu tbe city some time ago.
Is agalu here, aud visited the govemmeut
Iudlan school to-day. Sir. Halliuan Is the
general superintendent of government
Iudlan schools, aud Is making a general
visit to all schools throughout the went
aud siuthwest. He will go west from
here, stopping over at Fort Deuauce aud
thence ou to the big Indian school at
iniDuii. vtuue nere, Buperimeuueui
Alleu will show the gentleman cour
Highest Honors World Fair,
Oold Medal, Mid inter Fair.
A Par Orape Crests ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
COURTED 0NLT A HALF HOUR.
Mitch Mtde on a Railroad Wlthnnt th
Fnrnulltle of a Long Eof Jgtment.
"Yon may talk about your brief court
ships and ninrriages on short notice,"
said an old conductor, "hut 1 think I once
wltnewd the qulckrst made match on
record. I was running as a cmiductor
between KiiHwihille and Owen-dHiro, In
Kentucky, as I did many years, and on a
trip In the winter of 1HSI I got a pretty
country girl passenger at a llt'ls (leg
station south of Central City, about l:lii
"A few miles further on, at another
small station, a big, strapping lm-klng
farmer, drc-wd In brown Jeans, with his
trousers tucked In his tall boots, got on
"The fellow hadn't openel the rar door
till he spied tbe ruxtlo lass, and before he
took his seat In front of the girl he had
smiled at her, I punched his ticket, went
Into the smoking car, aud on my return
to the regular passenger coach, found the
Green river tiller of tin soil sitting lu the
same seat with the maiden, chatting with
her an It he bad known her since birth.
"la twenty-five minutes after they had
fln.1 met the fellow called me to him and
said: 'See here, podner, we want 'er git
hitched. I baiu't knnwed Mirinda Jane
here but thirty minutes, but we both
like, and she's wllliu' an' S'i'm I. V lint's
the Highest parsou, podner?'
"I took them on to Oweimtioro, and the
happy bridegroom and his bluxhlng other
halt were patentee! back on my train in
th" sfterniHm. For hurry-up imptinls it
d" strike me that these ought to have
the rake and other special prizes ofTertd
for quirk yeast love matches."
11. W. R ne. W IIIisuim; Mrs. J. K. Mat
thews and Mim VI illcy, New Meilco; ('.
K. Snyder ami wife, J. Iluilm k, T. Iloltoii,
Erie, hiin ; J. G. Mclirail, Wiuslow.
A. M. Blackwell, C. C. Bobbin. II. W .
Kflly. Las Vegas; A. L. Conrad, irinl
did; F. M. Guess, l-os Angeles; Cbas H
t'ouklm, Santa Fe; T. C. Wertbelmer,
St. Joseph, Mo.; J. B. F. Reynolds, len-v.-r;
H j run Field, t lilcago; Ricliaid Pohl,
L'is Luiisn; l). Cocklin, Lawrence, Kan.;
Matt Robertson. St. Joeeiib, Mo.; W. N.
Hailmaii, Wellington, D. I,'.; P. K. liar
roun and wife, Smits Ke; lonard hkln
WT 1 hlllll; L, F. Levy, Jacolio Chaves
and family, Los Limns; J. W. Ltglithody,
it. Joseph, Mo.; A. L. Inhustou, Kansas
From the New Mi-nran.
On December 27, IW7, a pension at the
rate of s per month, dating from June
IS'.U, was allowed to Nerlo Salas, of
Colonel Front has returned from a bus-
tuest trip to New York, Washington and
The Territorial supreme court will
make another efiYrt to hold a session on
Monday next for the purpose ot handing
down opinions In caxes that have beeu
Jutge W. II. Whlteman cams In from
Colorado Friday night aud ss-ut Satur
day and Sunday visiting with Santa Fe
friend, making headquarter at the Kx
Mies Belle Marmon, after spendlnj the
Christmas va-wtiuu at her home In La
guna, returned to her studies In the Nor
mal department ot the government In
dian school this morning.
Mariano IVrra, a well kuown oltisen ot
Bernalillo, spent New Year's day lu the
city, a guit at the Palace hotel and ou a
vlhlt to bis three daughters, at school at
tbe Loretto academy lu this city.
Governor Otero to day appointed Mi.
Arthur J. Tisdnll, of Sau Miguel county,
a delegate at largo for the territory, to
the Datlonal convention ot stock growers
to be held In Denver, January '31 next.
The freight and passenger Imiluess
transacted at tbe Sauta he stntlou ot the
Denver & Rio Grande railroad during 1S'.7
shows the surprising Increase of $:J0,000
over the business transacted at the same
station during IN1.!.
Ramon B. Chaves died at GalUteo last
Friday at the age of 72 years. The de
ceased was well known all over Santa Fe
county, and his death will be regretted
by a large circle of Intimate friends, as
well as mourned by his family and rela
It Is ft strcnerthenino- food and
tonic, remarkable in its flesh-form
Injj properties. It contains Cod
Liver Oil emulsified or partially
digested, combined with the well
known and highly prized Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda, so
that their potency is materially
It will arrest loss of flesh and
restore to a normal condition the
infant, the child and the adult. It
will enrich the blood of the anemic J
will stop the cough, heal the irrita
tion of the throat and lungs, and
cure Incipient consumption. We
make this statement because the
; experience of twenty-five years has
proven it In tens of thousands of
Bt nri jo fil SCOTT'S Bmnliitm.
V. anil I'.oo, ,11 druftgiitt. I
SCOTT a BOV.NB, Clumuis New York.
The steam craft of the l ulled States
last jear carried l&umo.mio pH-wengers
with a loss of forty-six passengers and
lit? meu belonging to the crews. Com
petent steamlHiat inspection bus greatly
reductd the number of accidents.
KvervluMly Sayt Su.
arets t'amlv fulliurlic. tlic nio.t won-
dcilul ini'ilii-al iIiai-um'I'v of tlie ae, pn-it-ai
l at i.l ti'dinlimir tu Die lusio, act (ii iilly
snil iitiHitlvt-ly on kiilnetii, liver itnti bovveit,
I'd a.iioiitf ilio enliro mru-iii, UUm'1 t'nlit.,
cini' liiiiiliiulie, luvt r, linliliiial riiiillniinn
ami biUmmiii'iiii. I'leuiw Imv atid lrv a tix
Ott (J. ('. loilHV; 0, 'J. Ml if UK. HolUUUll
Kiiaruutucd to curu by all di'UKgiatt.
CoaUintc at Kln.
At the personal request of Governor
Otero, the postolllce at Kden, In Guuda
lupe county, which was aboliHhed about
two years ago, has been re-established
aud Mrs. A. B. Baca ha beeu appoluted
Rcv.W. M. Slaughter,
or WEST VlPOiNiA.
wVrft of lh lUrefitt lttcifl from O.
Milot' ftttori Nriro,
1 1 .a ..
i " t.iV
OH. Mirr.H' lii-earnrntlr Nerrlne !
prirtt. iilrirly rt'Wjttri, WHtiB ri-Mnrn
tlnrt (if hraltri It ken dotrn y linrd
Bi?ntiii nk. Ut r. W. M SIimirlitiT of N
Haven, W. V.t rlt : "I nuffcrpd with i
trerne nf rTuuncss, OifliMM, dull and ner
oua hradncbes nd lm,ii,Mnr, Mjt hrart
ciime to t.roiilillripT n.. I wnsohortof brnth
fmm tfo leont ?rtt(tn fnd nlTrri iniifb
prttn In my loft Mdo,
Medli'lns and ilysl-
iiinn -are n-.o ro re
llif. I p'T Uird Dr.
Nervjnt. N Ilfsrt
lire ni"t Nrrve and
l.ivrr I'tll.-, and I am
tin mm w tn. t,t com-
niendatlon aMoinr rriilMcnn 'je I'h -rron.
1 lloep srll. ths (lizin--. aii'l rufi f il.-l feel
In? hare fliSTip- fir'd i:iv hurt t ro'idi, ire
DO nKirr and 1 f ei prrfi-.-tiy wi-ii "
Dr MiliV Ueni'-lic!- sre ld 1'jr all dm
fUtfi uiidi-r a t.j-itive i-inrmics, lir-t ltil
tienrflt. i.r n; ini y r furnleQ. Ii kiK on
Ueart ami Si rv rnt fn-e to all spoil, ants
l)U MH.M MKlHi A!.( U., tlknarL lad
GRANT OPERA HOUSE
ONE "RIGHT OMLY
Thursday Eve., Jan. 6.
List S tson't Grettest Snccss Tha Delight
Tennessee's Pardner !
Hiitrgeeted by Bret liarte's Cetchrated
Romauce of the bills.
ARTIIl'R C. AISTON.
Sole rroprtct r and Manager.
A GRKAT PLAY. A GRKAT COMPANY.
UKARGOLDKN NI'GGKT QUARTKTTK
Beats on stlo at Waltou'g Drug Store,
Monday, January W, Is'.is.
PRICK?. rsicBnd $1.
ot th BMrit at Baser aanarmrllta pott
vs, ssrfsct, ptnunMl Corse.
or scrofula ta ssvsrsst formi. Ilk
(oltr. (walled Beck, runnln lore, Bip
wus, Sana la Ui
el Bart Rhaum, with lu Intents Itrhlnf
Bo burning, scald Mad, leuer. txa.
el Bolls, rimplsa, and all ottur erup
tion D to Impure blood.
ef Dytpsptta and othsr trouble whsrt
a food ttoaueh tools wu netded.
at KbsiunaUsm. wbtrt pstlcnti wtrtun-
abls t wstk at walk far WMkt.
t Oktairft by sipsltln Ui lmpurltle
whleb aaaa ao sutlala tb dlfnw.
el Ntrvtnaass bf proptrly toning and
loodlsf Ik asrvts upon pur blorvt
That Ttra FtsUn bj retturtn
tlrsnfUk. Mod lr book of urt by
To O. I. Rood ft Oo rroprlotort, Iwtll, Mua.
a. risflf ars U) liil aftr-itltinfif
IIOOU PUIS puis, aid disunion.
IMS ftXSY WORLD.
A now Gorman cliurch has been built
BarkwootUniPn In China still une the
bow ami arrow us a wsapon.
The 4.4110 coiifeuVrate pensioner In
Mislssiipi receive (17 each this year.
Th ItritUh poNtotllce niaks ),aO a
year by uni'laimi-d uioney onlers.
When Virginia was II rut settleil, auc
tions ot wives were held at Jamestown.
Osaka. Japan, inclinllng suburban
villages, has a n illation ot alsiut 1.1MJU,.
France consumes evsry year l.B75,(XlO,
(Kki gallons ot wine, beer, cider aud al
cohol. In India, wheat Is still threshed by
being trciiMeu out by bui'ocks ami but-
Ths circnlatlnir nulillc libraries of Urn
don have l'-io.ikio patrons aud 4,uoo,ooo
India's area of wheat farms Is about
two-thirds as large as that of the l ulled
A Ht. Louis woman has ornamented the
ears of her pet cat with costly diamond
The engineering strike In Kngland
will go down In history as the greatest
labor struggle in the world.
Wise woud choppers In Maine forests
wear cow bells lu order that hunters may
not ii'lstake them for deer.
London has a special society for the
supervision of advertising in public
places where It dUUgures scenery.
llUf'klan't Arolra SmIv.
The best salve lu the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chupped hands, chilblains,
corns aud all ekin eruptions, and posi
tively cures plies, or no pay. It Is guar
anteed to (live perfect satixfacton or
money refunded. Trice '2i cents per box.
Kor sale by all druggiits. J. 11. O'Hielly
Mineral Lodge No. 4
Knights of i'ythlas-AII
kjp iiieuioers are reiiiesien to ne
... ji.. ..I., ii.. ii
rirm-iu at tueir vaMiiti unit
on (iold nveuue at 7:!t0o'cloca"
to-nlght. Visitors welcomed.
1'. J. M. GHATH, C. C.
M. II. Sims, K. of It. .V. S.
Thlt It Your 0uri .-'.. '. .
On receipt of b it ccnH, cas-li or i.tnip,
a t'Deruua tuoiiplu till be maili-d ol Ilia
nuMit sipnlar C.itai rh and Hay ! ever Cure
(i:iy' t'leain Kuliii ) snl'icieiit to il u.uu
tlmto tlm i in :d in. lits nl ll.i' ii mi'iiy.
I.LV JIKO II I KS.
Cu Vait..u bl., Kew Vurk City.
Iter. John lN-t.l. ,1r.. r.f !n si F.dK M.mt ,
rei'iuiiiiii mli'd I h'st renin buliii In n e. I
esu sinpiiAHi.n In-, siati iii.'til, ''it is ft puni
tive cure fur t-ntnrrli if ned iisilin cti il "
ltev. Tntnrit W. l .i-'le. TsiUr C nlrul Trt a.
Church, Uvloua, iloul.
Fly' Creum Balm It tha ackuowled-d
curs itit estsrrh sml comains no nwrourj
bo bui luuriou urug. i'rtoa, MJ
W. V. FUTRELLE,
' 4Titi,i, A mill IJK'YOI KS.
J. r 0
Cor. First add Gold, HiM'SJ?1 AIbcqa.rqae, New Meiico.
W ML "
w I w a.
U- X I
V Mi . i K
Horso Owners, Attention
"STAY-ON" BURLINGTON A HE TIIK PirT
- BLANKETS - - " r r :.: ,
For Sle by "MANX," Tho Sccon i-St. S i Idler.
T O. BAIiDRIDGK,
Nalre and t,; '!
fr2.rJL llw. IsA
First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Iron and Bras Cast n. I Ore, Coal and Lamber Cars Bbaftlnfr, Pullsys, flrate Bar
Babbit M l Columns and Iron Fronts for Bnllilin-l Rtair on
Mining- and Mill Maohlnary a Hperlaltr-
rOUNDRY: "0E RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
ESTABLISHED 1 878.
L. B. PUTNEY,
FLOUIl. GRAIN &
Oar Lot a Specialty.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
I VOll KNOW
That at Tub Citizkn ollico you can
or any other kind of commercial print
ing; also tlrst-class binding. Work neatly
aud promptly executed and at reasonable
rates. Give us a trial aud be nnnviuced.
Po-TultAt! ror fr'trty C'litn.
flu;' runtwil iolwi'i-o Uikl'it ci.ri'. mi.l.ri wi-aU
oieu ttfontf, bluoU pur. bK-.l. A :l uruKits
Wins lor Sals.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only iV) rents a gallon and 15 cents per
bottle at C. A. G ramie's iJo north Broad
way. Nollr. to Clothing Huvar.
The tailoring Arm of Bushing And
erson have gone out of businees and I
have just concluded a deal with them
whereby I get all of tht'ir mUnu ot this
season's make aud several hundred paiis
or line pants, made up out ot tiieir rein
mints. These goods will be thrown on
the market next week, and the biggeNt
bargains ever shown In this city will be
offered. hiMux bTKHN
The Railroad Aveuue Outlier.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that canuot be
cured by Hull s I atarrn t lire.
K. J. CHUNKY tli Co.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known K. J.
Cheney for the last lit years, and Iwlleve
hi in perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and Ununcially aide to carry
out any obligations mii.le liy tiieir llrm.
Wkt & Tha IX, Wholesule liruggists.
1 oledo. O.
Wai.ium;, Kinnan A Mahvin, Wholeciile
lirugglsts, lolcilo, O.
Hull's Cutarrh Cur" Is taken internally.
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of ths svsteui. Testl
monials sent free. Trice "le per bottle.
hold by all druggists.
I'aaUurUml Milk aud (.'rmm-Tli. Krl.
Is putting up pasteurized milk and cream
at the same price that ullier milk aud
cream Is selling for. It Is the only milk
whlcli sick people can us with surety
Try It. Call new telephone l'Ji or wagon
Ihauld be used in utti iiiitlng to cuie tl.nt ver
dlkjret-slile tliraxe, t-alarrlt. A rntarrli
oriKiii'U't in liniuriiii'i lu tlm blo.ul. lis nl ito-
plii'aUniit can ilo no permaafiit s,Mai. '1 Itv
eamiuon tense mi'ihwl ul IreatnuMil it ta uirify
the lilnuil, anil fur thlt imrpote thers It
preuarsUoD 'iirliir tu HuiHl't Hartaparllla.
Hoed' PHI rate diiiUiatlin ty rettor
og ueritullic acuD to tlir aliinentai'y caiaU.
W uitl-A Hall.
One of Albuquerque's pressing v ants
i Is a hall Biiituhle tor miner entertain
i ments, lectures and meetings for various
1 purposes. One with a seating capacity
1 of say four hundred, well heated and
lighted, wouid alanit 1111 the bill.
Terklus hull would do Very well, but
the school board think they cannot afford
; the cost of even one stove or suitable
lights. A bt rKKIiKlt.
Maple syrup, purest article, only $1.20
pei gallon, at a. lAimnariio .
Wlinli'smle n til Ketail Dealer
Sold Oipp fif faih or on
tt e In-eMllinptit I'ian. A)nn
rental at rafMifini,i- ratra.
A horse cannot get
them off, no matter
how much he rolls
or tumbles in his
stall or paddock.
You will find it
You will sire the cos
of Blanket in Feed
and Labor in less
than three weeks.
It keeps the hair
sleek and the horse
OorriM lha lutrajaxl sad
SmI Sslaoalv Stuck of
-i staple : groceries:-
To b Inoa lotlhwMt.
: ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
(ta.1 fitting. Whitney Co.
Ilfeld's tor bargains this week.
lsit The Kcouomist art department.
Lamps and trimmings. Whitney Co.
Cuderweur at half price ut the Big
l as pasteurized milk und cream If you
Goods sold on the Installment plan.
.argest assortment of candy, figs, nuts.
etc., at A Lotuhardo's.
New lot of teas, at the usual low
prices, at A. l.omlianlo's.
Outing tl innel waists at special price
this week at the Itlg Store.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at Hart's, 1 17 Gold avenue.
Houses furnished complete, on the In
stallment plun. V hitiiey Co.
Acknowledged the best, the Majestic
range. Uouuhoe Hardware to.
Your pick of our cloak stock at lowest
possible prices. The Kcouomist.
Insure your lifelu the Kquitulde. Wal
ter N. Tarkhurst, general manager
High grade cloaks at prices of Inferior
qualities ul The Kcouomist clouk sale.
If von want anything In the binding
or job printing Hue, call at Tuk Cp izk.n
Hot chile con came served every night
at the Turudlse. Ho not miss It. Bache
chl .V Gioiui, proprietors.
Leave onlers at the " Iceberg " for
Tabsl's export and "blue rihDou" beers
In quarts and piuts, Charles M. Geach,
F. K. Trotter calls your attention to the
fact that you can buy ot him cheap for
cash, or credit, and have the choice of
ths best stock lu the city.
Blank laioks ruled to suit you, ledgers,
journals, etc. Give us a cull and exam
ine our stock, wheiher you wish to buy
or not. S. K. Newcomer.
A penny saved Is a penny earned, but
you will save dollars by buying Cerrillos
snthrat-ile and bituminous coal during
tills cold weather. Halm & Co.
Kor the da. ice: New lawn and camhrlo
underskirts with deep rulllesof luce and
embroidery, all made new umbrella
style, just iu. at Hie Kcouomist.
A fresh stis-k of the following cheeses
just received at Trotter's: Club house,
orick, liochfort, Kdaiu, pine apple, sago,
liliibiirger, Imported Swiss lull cream,
Now, about that old stove of yours?
Throw It away and get u Majestic range.
I he ililti-reiice lu price ts sin forgotten
when you have a convenience like a Ma
jeniic range ror years to rouie. lKiuahoe
Table damask worth t c, now 4ic per
yard; table daiunnk worth Imc, now ."ic
ht yard; table duiuusk worth $l.ln, now
$I.Kl per yard; table damask worth l.7o,
now l.it.'i per yard. Ten yaritu "Fruit of
the Loom" muslin, toe. Uoseuwald Bros.
K.iIih mi' mir
wel. Wllh 'i.riirett.
I ' i ti. .y I ';tl hur: If, curt' n
Oc.-ix lll'.C V fail, ilrm
Ms ri funil iiiuuc
Nl a ltollr.
W e dont propose to carry over oue dol
lar's worth of winter clothing, shirts or
underwear this season, and will name
prices next week which will move these
goods. V ait ou the sule.
The K. It. Ave. Clothier.
AU shades ill kid gloves at f l.j at th
vrrsf I Wt fV il '