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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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AmnrUtod Pram Afternoon Telegrams.
(Hilda! Paper of HrnalilloCmiitv.
Official Paper of City of Alnnqnerqn.
I-argiwl C ity and County Circulation
Th bugrmt New ateiloo Circulation
Laxsrrvil Morth Ariiona Circulation
ALBUqUKKijUK. JANUARY to.
KvirtthinO points to a proeperon
year for Bernalillo county.
t . -
Lint will begin somewhat writer thla
year than osaal, the date of Ab Wednes
day being February 23.
W. 8. Bhki'HKRD, of Talaroaa, ba been
appointed by Gov. Otero m a notary pub
lic In and for Dona Ana county.
Kxcitimknt breaks out In Havana aa
esfllly aa chicken poi breaks out on the
mall boy, and tba daniaga ia about the
aama to each of Ilia victims.
OriNiNO a bank with prayer was a
novelty receutly Introduced In Kentucky,
It seems a trlfla ceremonious, but It la
bettor than opening It with a crowbar.
TBI mill of Kansas City ground 8,
loi.aoi bushels o' wheat last year, the
product being 708,078 barrels of Dour,
In 1KM the mills ground s7.8'i3 bush
els of wheat Into fi'Jo,183 barrels of flour,
IT was a marrlel man who Introduced
Into the Virginia legislature a bill lm
posing a tax of a dollar a year on all
bachelors over 80 year of age, and tbe
question la whether It I envy or philan
thropy that prompted him.
Gioboi D. Pbkntib, the well-known
Journalist, long since dead, gave the fol
lowing advice to one at bis printer boys:
"Keen to the right, yonng man, and you
will never run against anybody but a
fool and yon need not apologize to him.
"One should not work unless he feels
himself Inclined to do so," aaya a medl-
cal Journal. It la the most praiseworthy
axiom that waa ever laid down, and now,
If somebody will only provide for our
earthly need, we wlU devote the re
mainder of our existence to the faithful
observance of thla principle.
Tbi Phoenix Republican, In epklng
about a printer well known in thla elty,
aaya: "George VT. MeFarlin, the Art
aona printer, who goes mining when ha
want to rest, ia now In charge of tbe
Tfuma Bun during the temporary absence
of Editor vYiiwor, and la dotug good work
In opposition to the home rule move
Dilioati Fkbucshom will not sue
seed In his attempt to have President
McKlnley withdraw tbe nomination of
Hon. J. R. McKle as one of the associate
aupreme JuHlce of thi territory. The
appointment haa been made, and Tui
Citizen predict that the senate will
eon Urm the appointment of Judge Me
Fle at an early day.
8craPinq an acquaintance Is not often
ao profitable as scraping Jaws. A suit In
Topeka the other day revealed the fact
that Barber Conrad Meyer had 200 acre
of farm land near Topeka, 3)0 acre In
Oklahoma, several herds of cattle and
thousands of bushels of corn In cribs. He
made It all In twenty-six year running
a barber shop In a Topeka basement.
Kansas Is already counting on lot of
ehlckeas f rom the preaeut hatchlig; that
1 to aay, another big crop of wheat. Tbe
anow of three days ago waa eight Inches
deep at Great Bend. W ichita bad three
tnchea of anow following a soaking rain,
and the anow extended all over northern
Oklahoma. Sterling had still seven Inches
of anow after a good deal of it had melted ;
Garden City all Inches; Concordia eight
inches; around Independence the pond
and streams were Oiled with water. All
this follow a tremendous acreage of
wheat, even town lota and door yards
having In many ewes been sown with
wheat last falL
KUf-fLKU TUI UTUK.lt WAY,
A few daya ago the New Mexican waa
patting Delegate Kergusson on the back
for his Interest lu Santa Ke that of in
troducing a bill to locate tbe capital of
New Mexico at Santa Ke permanently.
Tbe same paper la now crying the other
way, according to tbe following clipping
from Its columns:
Delegate Kergu-wou'e bill, providing
for tba location and construction of a
large military post at or near Albuquer
que Is not meeting with spontaneous en
thusiasm or wild approval or complete
aallafactton ou the part of the people of
raiH amu ji'st.
Tbe Xew Mexican, in commenting on
the doing ot the Territorial Board of
An examination ot tha proceedings of
the Territorial Batrd of Kquulixatluu
how that th board acted with pru
dence aud aagauity. Assessments were
uot reduced aud wherever raised, they
are fair aud Just. If county commission
er would stop the Illegal practice of re
bating aud aballug taxes and attor
neys cease ths unlawful and detrimental
method they have, of compromising lax
suits at aeveuty-flve per cent, when the
entire amouut ot taxes, penalty, costs aud
all, can be collected with ease aud dis
patch, the people at large, th Common
wealth and the bouest taxpayers would
be better off ami the territory and the
counties would have uo difficulty In
meeting all Just obligations.
HO. WILLIAM J. MILLS.
William J. Mills, who wa on Tuesday
appilnled chief justice of the territory
of New Mexico by President McKlnley,
waa born in Connecticut, January 11,
1819; graduated from tbe Norwich Free
academy at Norwich, Conu, and from the
Tale law achjol In the clasa ot 1871, and
at ouee began the active practice ot hi
profession In New Haven. Represented
JJew Haven iu tbo icwr bouse of the leg-
felatnre of Connecticut In 1878, and was
a member of thestata senate In 1881 and
Wi, making an eicellent record as a
hard working, honorable and successful
In Jan jar r. 1HS3, he married Alice
'daughter of Wilson Wadillngham, K-q ,
and In the same year, on acr Mint of the
health of his wife, m ived to New Meilco,
and soon aftr arriving there began prac
tice In l.as Vegas, and continued the
practice nntll the siimmor of l.i3. when
I he returned to New Haven and has
since resided there. While In the
i territory ho was vice pre-ililrit of the
Sam MkiIiyi B r aannlatlnn. Unrlnff his
residence In New Meilco he attalnl a
most enviable position as a lawyer and
as a cititen. He lu two living children,
a boy of V and a girl of nearly 3.
Mr. Mills Is a man In the prime of life.
of fine appearance, above medium height,
slow and dtgnlfled in speech and manner.
He la an able and successful lawyer.
a close studeut, a man of education ami
eipertence and highly respected In cen
tral and northern New Meilco, as for
eight years he resided and practiced h
profession In Lm cgas.
Politically, Mr. Mills was a gold demo
cral during the last campaign, and voted
and worked as chairman of the state
central committee of the National Dem
ocracy In Connecticut for Major McKin
ley and the republican electoral aud
state tickets. Blue then ha has afllliated
with the republican party.
Thi district attorney of the Klftu ju
dietary district, II. M. Dougherty, made a
good record during tba term of court ut
concluded at Hoeorro. He la yet a young
man, and ia rapidly coming to the front
as one of the bent criminal lawyer of the
Ttie Co.ua Mlcaa Voantarfaltara,
Kor months the Costa Klcan counter
fetters have been Issuing bogus notes of
the government of the Island until the
amount, It is said, nss reamed f i.uw.ihju.
Inspectors of the secret service bureau
were chiefly Instrumental In bringing
the malefactors to Justice. Tbe erUclencv
of the secret service la undoubted, but It
N by no means a secret, but a patent
fact, that the service that Hosteller's
dtomach Bitter doe the weak, nervous
and dyspeptic t of genuine value. There
have been from time to time counterfeit
of it. but the miniature note of hand on
the label, and the vignette of St. Ueorga
and the Dragon, are not successfully liu
liable. This tonic absolutely prevents
and remedies malaria, rheumatism, liver
complaint and dynpepila.
Brrro4 tm Oar apart.
A special dispatch to the New Mexican
from Los Cerrlllos, says:
Cerrlllos, N. M, Jan. 18. A couple of
smooth strangers went against John
Krtck's crao game last night and John
cams out of the game loser to the tune of
.oa They are good manipulators anil
auoear to be making a tour ot the coun
try. it is reporiea iney cleared up auout
1,000 in Albuquerque,
Appeal for Clemency.
A delegation ot citizen waa In the city
yesterday and had a hearing before Gov
ernor Otero, aays the New Mexican. They
were urging the pardon or commutation
ot sentence ot life Imprisonment, now
being served by Jose D. Uallegoa, ot Mora
county, for the murder ot J. J. Schmidt
In 18Di Among the delegation were no
ticed Messrs. Pedro Perea, Alejandro San
doval. Mariano Perea, J. M. Sandoval and
Cornello Baudoval, of Bernalillo county
Messrs. Isldoro Uallegoa, Romnla Mar-
tines and M. Martinet, of La Vegas, and
A G. Gallegos, of Clayton. The governor
listened to the arguments, took the pa
pers In the case aud will announce hi
decision later on.
The Omaha Bipoallloa.
Hon. L. Bradford Prince, of the Omaha
exposition commission, has gone to
Omaha to consult with the authorities
there a to the space to be occupied by
the New Mexico exhibit. He will stop on
Tuesday in Topeka, at tbe request ot Mr.
John K. Frost to talk over the part which
the railroad company will take in facili
tating the collection aud transportation
ot articles from this territory. Major
Llewellyn and Mr. Leeson, who are on
the aame committee, are expected to
meet In Kansas City to-morrow and pro
ceed together to Omaha. New Mexican.
The OrwU.1 UUoov.rv Vet.
W. M. Repine, editor Tlnkllwa, III.,
Chief, says: "We won I keep house with
out Dr. Klng'a New Discovery for Con
suuintlou, cough aud colds. Kxperl-
mented with many others, but never got
the true remedy until we used Dr. King's
New Discovery. No other remedy can
take its place in our home, as In It we
have a certain and sura cure for coughs,
colds, whooping eongh, etc." It I Idle to
experiment wun other remedies, even It
thsy are urged on you as Juki as good as
Dr. King' New Discovery. They are not
aa good, because this remedy has a record
of cures aud besides Is guaranteed. It
never fails. Trial bottles free at J. H.
0 lUelly & Co. a drug store.
A. O. IT. W.
Member of Benefit No. t, A. 0. U. W
and Degree ot Honor are requested to
meet at tbe lodge room Sunday evening.
at 7:30 o'clock, and proceed In a body to
the Baptist church, where a memorial
service will be held with a sermon by
Rev. Mr. Bagby. A full attendance of
the members Is urgently requested.
L F. Klwoou, Recorder.
Ibould b oied in attempting to curs that vtrj
dtaugraeebl dtaraaa, catarrh. As eaurrli
rlfluates In Impurities In Uis blood, local ap
plications can do no permanent good. TM
sommo mum method of treatment U to purlfj
th blood, and lor this purpose there Is no
prsparauoa s-ipsrlor to Hood's (taruparlua.
Hoad'e PHI cur eoniUpaUon by retor
f psruialus aouoa to the alimentary canal.
Bllaplr "Nal la It."
Our present sale of winter clothing
overshadows all our previous effort In
that line. Our '..7u suits are a winner
and our f 13 misfit suits and (I tailor
made pants are the talk ot the town.
Call In before It Is tro late.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
One lot flue kid gloves, dre-tsed and un
dressed, for street and evening wear,
worth t'i and tlfto. Your choice at
160 per pair. Weld Bros.
Although the holiday season Is over,
there 1 uo reason why people should not
enjoy the luxury of good living as lou j
a F. F. Trotter, the Becoud street gro
cer) man, continues to furnish every
thing that makes dlulng ao delectable
and at such low price.
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i. .11 ! i.-.. . i v.- ;.;.u vii,r. lake Nu-'i
tW', tut' w.ti,u-r woi it, r, sikt rr.ak- wrak men
irung A: ,1, ut-r ibit, N-o or 1. I'ureguarAa-
teed H.,Ult,i siiA stfiipte free.. A'Mreas
amrltrf Kemady Co , Cbloaso or New York
Use pasteurized milk
you have lung trouble.
aud cream It
CLASSIFIED NEWS FROM
The territorial bmrd of eqtiallsition
met In Santa Ke on the moimnit ot Jan
uary 10, continuing tn seseton until
Mon lay, January 17. There were pr s uit
(lomulo Martinet, of the First district;
Thomas Hughes, Second District; D. C.
Hobart, Third distdlct; Jsme 8. Duncan,
Fourth district, aud George L. I'lrlck,
Fifth district. The following Is the olll
eial action taken by the board, and the
valuations placed upon live stock for the
purposes ot taxation;
In the matter of the appeal of tha Sli
ver City, Deming A Paciile allrtd In
lirant county, which was continued from
the September term, the Contention of the
Santa Fe company that the property lu
question was a branch line, was sus
tained, and the assessor of (irant county
was tnniructed to correct bis tax roll ac
lu the matter ot me appeals oi j. h.
frmt. Atlantic A Pacific railroad and
Jacob Seligman. regarding lands In San
Juan cimuir, the appeals were sustained
to the extent of placing the valuation oi
.he land-tat 30 cents per acre, ine re
valuation extend to unimproved arlJ
Judge II. U namo, representing me
Atchlwin, lope k a A Hants Fe railway:
f. (J llorntiuckle. representing me ijuiou
Pacllln, Denver it Uulf road; A. 0. Camp
bell, for the Pecos Valley roed; C. K. Cor
rey, for the Denver A Kio Urands road;
U.J K igau, for the new Mexico x mi-
una road, aud Frank Cox, tor the South
era Pact tlo railroad, appeared before the
board and presented their respective com
panies in valuation matters oeiore me
valuation or railroads.
The fallowing valuations were placed
opn the Hues of railroads operating
within the territory:
Ml railnds of standard gauge, which
-.hall be subject to taxation on the first
day ot March. IMWi, situated and running
north and vast ot me Atchison, lopesa x
Santa Fe depot In Albuquerque, 7,ooo
per mile, r,reacn and every nine or main
lli.e; side tracks aud switches, 11,'JiiU per
mile. All railroads ot standard gauge
.Ituatod south of the north end ot the At
chison, Topeka A Santa Fe depot In Al
buquerque, Including the Hauta Fe Pa
olllc railroads, and the Southern Paclllc
lailroails, subject to tsxatinu nu the first
lav ot March, inns, tr.&oo for each and
every tulle of main line; ildu-tracks aud
-iwitcees fl.2Hj per mile.
The valuation for taxable purpwes
placed upon the D. A R. U. road, narrow
gauge, subject to taxation on the first
lay or Marcn, l is as ioiiows: wu
that part of the roml south ot Palmillto
rtUtlou to the city nf Sam a Fe, lAnuu per
mile for each and every nine oc main
Hue; side-tracks and switches, $soU per
utile. That part ot the road north and
aest ot Palmilllo station, ,3,uti0 per mile
tor nuln line; side-track aud switches,
aha) per mile. The aiHeesmenta of mulii
lines aud switches lucludea rolling stock
of all descriptions, excepting the cars be
longing to the ruliiuan raiace tar com
pany, but does not Include any buildings,
machinery or tool nted in repair shops,
or any supplies or material on baud,
uelther does It Include telegraph Hues.
The valuation placed upon toe Omnia
branch of the D. A K G. road, operated
iiy the Burns Biggs Lumber couipauy,
was Hied at tl.boo per mile.
The assessment valuation placed upon
that nan of the New Mexico A Ari
zona road subject to taxation on the Urat
lay of March, 1. w, Is per inile'lor
each aud every mile ot iiitlu line; side
tracks and switches, fuu per mile, the
assessment to Include all rolling stock
except Pullman palace cars, buildings,
tools, machinery, materials aud supplies
ou baud und tolegraph Hues.
The Union Pacllln. Denver (tun road
was valued for a-weHsiuent at lo.OHl per
mile for the nialu line, ami l.'.tvper
mile for side-tracks aud switches; the
Catskill branch Is valued at tl.&iKi per
mile for the main line and t i.ziaj per
mile tor side-tracks aud switches. The
assessment applies to rolling stock aud
ither proper tv In the same maimer as to
other roads tn the territory.
On all portions of the tvoos alley rail
road operating In the territory, subject
to taxation ou the 11 rut day or March, lint,
thefollowtng valuations were llxed: M,tln
line, $:.imi per mile; side-tracks aud
switches, $1,3110 per mile, the atsesement
to include all rolling stock except Pull
mau palace cars, but does not include
buildings, tools and machinery used iu
repair shops and telegraph linns.
The value of the branches of the Atchi
son, Toix'ka A Santa Fe road In the ter
ritory, Dillon A blnesburg. Hot minima
Santa Fe, Socorro A Magdalena, Lake
Vallev. Sliver City, Demiug A Panlllf,
was llxed at tt.uoo per mile for main
lines and 11,2011 per uilla for Ride track
and switches; White Water spur, :,0ou
per mile for main Hue and f i.auu per
mile lor side tracks ami switches.
The value placed on that part of the
New Mexico A Arizona road running
from Lordsburg to the Arizona line was
fixed $:t,tAH) per mile tor the uitiu line
and per mile tor side tracks aud
ri'LLHAN PALACI CARS.
The board fixed the assessment value
upon all cars owned by the Pulliuau
Palace t ar company, having their domi
cile within the territory at ft trnu each
for palace cars, aud $l,'AU0 each tor tour
TKLEUHAI'II AND TKI.IPUONI LINK.
All telegraph lines within the terri
tory, suhjtct to taxation, on the first day
of March, 1MIH, are assessed at the rate of
$?5 per mile for the Urst wire, aud f 5 per
mile for each and every additional wire
On telephoue Hues the following valiuM
! P'aceu; fttery ceuirai omce naviug
ut.j Miiiiim vi iivn, f i im iiiuon. jinn
lucludea all poles aud fixtures, but each
additional phone shall be assessed at the
rate of n; wires at the rate of $15 per
mile for ths first wire across the country.
and S per mile for each additional wire.
UNim and real utatk.
All workatde coal lands situated not
more than ten miles from any operated
railroad shall be assessed at -') per acre;
more than ten miles from !iue of railroad,
10 per acre; on rchantahle Umber luuds
not more than urteeu miles from line of
railroad, tli.oiiper acre; more than fifteen
miles from railroad, f I 50 per acre. Kaoh
quarter section or fractional part thereof
ot laud with permanent water suitable
ror grazing only, f l.2o per acre; grazing
lands without water, 30 cents p-racre;
all other lands Slid real estate uot other
wise epeciHed, at actual rash value, but
under no circumstances shall tliey be as
sessed for less than other similar or adja
The board placed the assessable values
npon live stock as follows: stock horses
f 5 per head; cow ponies, 1 10 per head;
American nurses, x.iuper uead: American
mules, (to per head; Mexican mules, 1 10
ir uean; burros, ft per nead; stock cat
tle south of ths &lh parallel. 111 per
neaii; sior rams uoriu or me iSutb par
allel, ll per bead; Improved sheep with
in the territory ot New Mexico, at l. 60
per head; unimproved sheep within the
territory of New Mexico, at II per head;
graaeu Angora goals mat produce
flesc that 1 clipped for market, shall
bsassoesod at the rate of 2 per head;
com moil g.-ats that produce no dtp or
fleece, shall be awssed at 60 fen's per
head; Improved cattle that are suitable
f r dlrv purp-ises only, shall be assessed
at per head.
From the New Mexlcun.
United States Attorney W. B. Clillders,
who went south Saturday evening, Is ex
pected to reach thi city from Albnquer
que to night.
Matt. (i. Reynolds, attorney for the
United Slates with the court of private
land elaltiH, i expected to arrive In this
city on Friday evening.
Hon. George Curry, ex-member of the
council ot the Thirty-first aud Thirty
second legislative assemblies, 1 In the
city from his home at Tularosa In Dona
J. A. Brown, ot Aspen, who has been at
theJemei hot springs for th pact six
months, came In from that place last
evening, and left for bis home this morn
ing over the Denver A Rio Grande.
Messrs. J. 8. Duncan, of La Vegas, and
Georgs L. I'lrlck, of White Oaks, mem
bers of the board ot equallxition, having
U nl -died their official duties here, left last
night for their respective homes.
L. 8. Taggert, special agent of the In
dian bureau. Is In the city on official busi
ness. He halls from Dubuque, la, and
I stopping at the Palace. Mr. Taggert I
now engaged Inspecting sff-ilrs at the
Pueblo and Jlcarllla agency In thla city.
Judge George T. Sumner, who for six
year presided over the district courts in
southwestern Colorado and ha since
practiced hi profession In the court of
Denver, Colorado Springs and Cripple
Creek, came in from Denver over the
Denver A R o Grande railroad to attend
the funeral ot his sister-in-law, the late
Miss Marsh, aud to a'comp.iny hi wire
back to their Denver home.
Mrs. Fugate and Mrs. Holden, at the
Claire, on yesterday weut among the
btiilne's men aud raised the money nee
entary to prepare the body of the late
Mrs. K. 8. 1,ee, a former member ot the
Kittner Theatre company, tor burial. R.
K. Twltchell secured transportation to
Chicago and Mr. Lee left for that city,
taking the remains of his wife, where tbe
burial will take place.
From the Optic.
A. A.Wise wa slxty-niue year oi l to
day. A happy old age ot an u-teful citi
zen. M. F. llntherlngton, ex editor ot the
Lebanon, Ky., Knterprlse, has been lu the
city visiting bis fncud, W, 1L Kvaus, the
W. M. Weaver, the coal mine owner of
(iullup, has been lu the city, returning
from a trip east. Ue left twelve inches
of snow lu Kansas.
Iu the face ot tha fact that the public
school of Las Vega are in need of
uiouey to coutinue throughout the school
year, one would uot arppoxe that there
are men In the city who refuse the pit
tance ot the poll tax due from them, but
neverthelet-s there are a few ot this Ilk.
The Las Vt gaa lodge ot Klks, finding
that three members ot the Blttner com
pany are members ot that order, ar
ranged at once to give a theater pitrty to
morrow evening. Preparatory to that.
100 tickets were purchased to the per
formance, to-morrow evening, aud Mr.
Ulttuer promUed new specialties aud a
From the Examiner.
The board of education haa decided to
strictly adhere to the rule of requiring
outside pupils to pay tuition.
J. Minium aud Jim Clay left for White
Oaks this morning, looking after cuttle
aud mining Interests. They expect to
be gone several days.
Mr. Brlsco, of Louisville, Ky, died at
the Montezuma hotel last eveuing. Her
sister arrived this afternoon and the re
main were taken east this evening.
Mis Mary Henry, daughter of Ed
ward Henry, of till city, and a former
teacher In our city schools, now has a po
sition teaching iu the school ot Ne
The La Vegas B. P. 0. K. has received
nine applications for membership from
parties from other towns siuce their last
meeting. This make a total of hi mem
ber aud not even organized yet.
From the Timet.
The people of Farmlngton have don at
ed liberally toward the continuance of
the public schools and several mouths'
more school Is now assured.
Dr. Rosenthal Is getting ths material
ou his ten-acre orchard place In the Pre-
wltt sub-divisiou tor a neat and convent
ently arrauged residence of five rooms,
.Men he proposes to build Immediately
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. I'lcken, who have
been visiting with Mrs Pickens' pareuts,
Mr. aud Mrs. A. F. Miller, left tills week
tor their home lu Sau Kllzarlo, Texas.
They were accompanied by Mis Agues
The members of the Masonic lodge ot
Farmtugtou went up to Flora Vista on
Monday to attend the funeral ot Simon
Stonelwrger, who died at his home lu
that place Saturday eveulug. Deceased
was a uiembir ot Cliaina lodge, A. F. and
Mrs. Sarali Davis, who cams to Farm
tugtou from Colorado last tall with her
hu-d'suil aud family f ir the benefit of her
health, died last Monday evening at D. J.
Craig raucb, where the family have bet n
residing. The fuueral took place from
the Methodist church Tuesday aflen.oou,
being atteuded by a large number of
The auuual meeting aud election of
ofllcers tor the Presbyterluu church of
Farmlugton wa held In the church on
Wednesday eveulug. The following were
elected trustees tor the ensulug year: D.
B. B. Ross, 11. R. Skinner, Thomas John
on, Boott N. Morris and T. J. Arrlngton.
Charles Turner wa elected elder for
three year and Thomaa Johnson was
elected deacon for the same length of
Otto Behrend and wife, of Iowa, who
have be n for some weeks looking over
New Mexico, arrived In Farmlngton last
Friday, and are so well pleased with onr
town and country that they have decided
t ) make this place their home.
SILt .H CI IV.
From the Independent.
Although Silver City was visited with
heavy low storm last week. Very little
tell south ot Whitewater and p.actically
none at Doming
Mrs. I). Abraham ha again become
owner anil taken chargs of the Southern
hotel. Ths house will be furnished
throughout aud agalu opened to the pub
lic. Collector Rurnalds make the best
showing, for ths new year, of any collec
tor In the territory. He ha already col
lected thirty-live per cent ot the taxes
due January 1, 18117.
Tom Parker, the turquol mining
magnate, haa gone to Loudon, Kugland,
to close the big deal on the turquol
mine twelve miles from thla city.
These mine are the greatest producers
of turquol in the world.
Two of the clasa who appropriated
other men' animal upon the range
have been brought op with round turn
tn Socorro county. At the recent term ot
Court there Michael W olf and John W 11
son, of Tularosa, Socorro county, were
conv.cted ot etealinggoatsbelonglngtoD.
R. lirownell and Krla W'elatrain. They
had got away with a good percentage of
the herds belonging to Messrs. Browne 11
and W'eistrand when caught. The ani
mals were found In the possession of the
criminal with the original brands de
faced and replace 1 by tbe brands ot the
From ths Index.
Rev. A.McIutyre received IS this week
tor the new parsonage fund from a friend
Clias. M. Noble, who came thi valley
about eighteen month ago In search ot
health, died here last Sunday afternoon.
He lingered too long at hi homo In the
eat, before coming here, to receive any
benefit from our climate.
M. L. Hitchcock came In from Denver
thla week, and la located here permanent
ly. The gentleman will assist J. U.
Holme In tha management of the local
affair ot the Anlmaa Valley Land and
Mrs. Waring, ot the Attee postofflee I
In receipt ot circular letter announcing
that one U. C. Haxlewood of London, Ky,
was the lowest bidder for the mall routes
from Aztec to Largo, and from Aztec to
La Plata. His bid for the Largo route
was HU3 per annum, and for La Plata
No arrangements have a yet been
made, as to the future disposition ot the
Agricultural Experiment station here.
Kver since the establishment ot tha in
stitution, it has been the hardest kind of
work to obtain funds with which to
malutatu It, there being manifest a dis
position on the partot the hog-It all
board ot regent to u-te all the available
fua Is for the benefit of their home in'
Territorial Treasurer Kldodt I In re
ceipt ot the following taxes collected for
December, and amouut of fee due the
territory from the five district clerk for
the last quarter of 18U7:
o x , not
KcaiPTS FROM CLKKK8.
C. II. (illdrralreve. Klrat dlatrlct SST 90
O. N. Mkuoii, hrrond uiatrict 4HH 05
SV. H. Walton, Third iliatrut 1110 IS
Kellx Marlines, Kiunh diatrlct 4oO hi
W. 11. Lhiacoll, riltli Uuarict 040 WW
TO SEB A WONDER.
Noted Scientists and others Will Visit the
Arrangements are nnder way to run an
ezcurslou from Los Angeles, Ban Fran
cisco and other points In California, to
ths Grand Canyon of tbe Colorado river,
and the rave aud cliff dwellings In Ari
zona, about Juue IS, 1HU8. Special rate
will be made by the railway aud stage
Hue for the party. Th escurslon la In
tended especially for teachers and their
friends, and will give them an opportun
ity to take a vacation outing at email ex
pense, and to visit the greatest of all
The following noted scientist are ar
ranging to accompany tbe party: Dr.
David Btarr Jordan, president Btantord
university; Prof. Joseph Le Conte, pro
fessor of geology aud natural history,
Culverslty of California; Dr. J. C. Bran
ner, professor of geology, Hlanfurd uni
versity. The organization of the party will be
under the supervision of Professor Kniory
K. Bmith, of Palo Alto, who will accom
pany It throughout the trip.
Highest Honors World' Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Purs Orape Cream ol Turtar PowS'sr.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Capt. Jas. A. Duffcy,
OS- TOLCDO, OHIO.
Th Greet ftallm Detective Tells What De,
Mile' Remedies Hers Dona
For Hlmieif and Wife.
A I f t
,',vy. t i..
DETECTIVE Work require conetsnt
vlxllanc, steady nerves, a clear
head and antlr bruin. "A year ago,"
write Capt baffey, ot Kit Orchard St., Tole
do, Ohio, "I overworked DiVM-lf, was la
nrh a condition sleep was Imposxlhls. I was
so nervnot I could no
lie In bed; my arms
Rnd Hint twltrbed
and m ynyntem seemed
I brssa using Dr.
tHaart Citta "J
rf hmhk a
'IW Nervine and th
Inuith bot'ls restored
me to health, Mrs.
Puffer bed nulTervu for etchteen year with
beart dlwaw. had trl J every remedy with
out armll nntll ah too Dr. lilies' New
Heart Care two ymn sua For th past
year she haa been free from tie trouble."
Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by ail drug
Flats under a pooltlv guarantee. Crat bottle
benefHa or money refunded. Itoos oa Heart
and Nerves ant tree tn alt applicant.
Dtt. MII.F.B MFMCSI, C-0., Elkhart, tnd.
t not low h
feu. ttiM or
bone It ftf
Pollftw tnantttfJ to tmrm Trmrtw-n (u A ft.
Lear ebewt tela (real ad, a It later
J. H. O'Rielly & Co.,
VH0LES1LI tod IETAIL DRUGGIST!,
ALBUQUERQUE, - NET MEXICO
Liberal Discount to ths Trad.
Plumbing. Whitney Co.
Gas fitting. Whitney Co,
Visit The Koonomlst art department.
Lamp and trimmings. Whitney Co,
Visit the big store thi week and save
I'se pasteurised milk and cream If yon
Goods sold on the Installment plan
Outing flannel waists from 25c to 75c,
at the big more.
Largest assortment ot candy, figs, nuts.
etc, at a Louioaruo s.
Ice wool shawls. In black and cream
color, at The Koonomlst.
New lot of teas, at ths usual low
prices, at A. Lombardo a.
Highest price paid for geuta' clothing
at nan a, iu uoiu avenue.
House furnished complete, on the In
stallment plan. Whitney Co.
Acknowledged the best, the Majestic
range. Uuuauoe Hardware Co.
Your pick of onr cloak stock at lowest
possible prices. 1 he Koonomlst.
Insure your life in the Kquitable. Wal
ter N. Parkhurst, general manager
Fine broche and brocaded silk velvets,
worth (3.00, for 75c, at the Big Btore.
High grade cloaks at prices of Inferior
qualm at me noonouiisi eioaa eaie.
Leave orders at th "Iceberg" for
Pahst'a export and "blue r I boon" beers
In quart aud pints. Charles U. Geach,
A penny saved Is a pennv earned, but
you will save dollar by buying Cerrlllos
anthracite and bituminous coal during
this cold weather, liahn Jt uo.
For the dance: New lawn and cambric
underskirts with deep rullles ot luce and
embroidery, all made new umbrella
style, Just in, at The Kconomtst.
Now, about that old stove ot yours?
i nrow it away aua get a majestic range.
The difference In price Is soon forgotten
when you have a convenience like a Ma
jestic range for years to come. Donahoe
KvertrlMMly St.? a Ho.
Ciiacnrets Candv Cathartic, the most won
derful uiL-dical iliacoYt'i'v of the aire, pleas
ant aud refreshing to tbe laaie, a-l pently
aud ooaitlvely ou kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, dlel colda,
cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
and blllntieneas. I'leaaa buy and try a bo I
of U. C. C. to-dav; 10, M, Ml cent, boldi
guarauteeU to cure by all druggist.
lllile Waa tad.
Accompanied with plans and speclllca
tions for a court house and Jail, In one
structure, to be built ot brick- or stone.
In the town ot Holbrook, Arizona. Cost
not to exceed 112,000. All bids to be In
by February IS, 18'J. The board reserves
the right to reject any and all bid. Ad
dress all communications to
J. U. Fhisby.
Clerk Board of Supervisors, Holbrook,
Buckl.D'a Arnica Salva.
Tbe beet aalve la tbe world for eats,
bruiave, sore, ulcer, salt rheum, fever
sorea, tetter, chappwl bauds, ebilblalus,
corns and all skiu eruptious, and poal
tively cure tllte, or do It Is guar
anteed to give pmcct satiHiaoiiou or
niouev refuuiled. Price, 25 ccuU per box.
Kor sale by all drugginta. i. U. U'Biell;
itottar lima 1 Far C.DL
Buying clothing at Sluioa Stern's at
the prices quoted beats any InvesioiHnt
to be bad In town, even If you bold tbe
goods until next seaaou. Prices are lit
erally cut to piece. Simon Stkhn,
The Kallroad Avenue Clothier.
We offer Oue Hundred Hollars reward
for any cane ot Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
K. J. Cuk.nkv & Co., Toledo, 0.
We. the uiidorxlKUxd, have kuown K. J.
Cheney tor the laal 15 years, aud believe
hi uj perfectly honorable in all bualuees
traueai-tion and financially able to carry
out any olilliiatious made by their firm,
"isr & IhAli, Mholeaale UrugguU,
W ai.uinu, Kinmn & MiUviN, Wholesale
liruiiglxtti, lolixlo, 0.
Hull a Catarrh Cur -1 taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood aud
uiuoou surface of the svHteui. Teati
nioniat sent free. Price 7bo per bottle.
Hold by all druggist.
A large gold ecart pin, with "P. P. 0."
Initial. Kinder will b rewarded by re
turning to M. S. Otero.
W. V. FUTRELLE,
Cor. First sad Gold, IK' I Aibuqucrqne, Mwi Mexico.
Horse Owners, Attention
u STAY-OX " BURLINGTON A HE THE BKT
For Sale by "31 ANN" The Sccond-St. Saildler.
Hunts im biiS
First St. and Lead
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata peMJlalty.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. I i ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
Home has many comforts
So has comfort many homes
But the most complete
Home comfort is the
HOME COMFORT RANGE.
Sold on installments by the
Wrought Iron Range Co.
118 N. Second St., Albuquerque.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Worits
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Iron and Bra Cast iu fa I Or, Goal and Lumber Oari Hhafllna;, Pull?, Grata Bar
Babbit Mal Column and Iron Front for Bull llnfrti Rapair on
Mining and Mill Machinery a Hpauialty.
FOUNDRY: "OE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUEPQUE, N M.
JACOB K0HBEK& CO
Manofactorac of and Dealev la
The Bt Btrn-Md Vhkla
Pine Hoi-e-ShoeInt a Specialty.
Batli taction QnarantMd la All Work
R pairing, Palntlnf and Trimming
Don on Hbort Notio. I t t I I l :
Shop, Cornar Copptr If, md First St.,
AtoorjaQB. N. 4
CftESCENT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-Bt Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Off
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent,
New Telephone No. 164.
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrimble's stables
Cj HIGHLAND GREENHOUSE)
Cor. Gold At, an I Arno at.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
DON'T THROW AWAI I0NEI!
But let Aleiander'a price and be liappy.
A nanny aaved I a penny (allied. You
aav dollar by Uadlnii Willi ua.
155 aulta of IliM clothing, bought at
SivtrUi'a Sale, which w oiler at 5c on
Overcoat, men's a.cl boyi' coati. boo'i,
ahoea, hata, apt, fit and UnJerwear
that we will praci lly give away,
compared with iht y i ts other dealers
Q tn bedroom sett, tpringa nd rruttrcaws
ior aale cheap. 11 you ar looking lor
bargain!, call at
ALEXANDER'S AUCTION HOUSE,
WM Ballraa4 A van a..
Tbouauids hsv beta served and saved
Bee tluwe bargaia In dree goods thi
week at llfeld'a.
Wholesale nrnl KftaJl PoRlpr'
an i UK vcn;s.
Sold Cheap tin Cah or on
li e Inalallmrnt Plan. A n
rented at reaeunaLle rates.
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 save the cost
of Blanket in Feed
and Labor in less
than three weeks.
It keeps the hair
sleek and the horse
,.1 HUM. tA!'.1',
q ui ribu. it.
OaniM th Laftrf smI and
Mm! ItWuItt Mtoek off
-istaplk : groceries:-
Tm b fom4 Saathwert.
All kinds of Fresh and Salt
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMIL KLEIN WORT, Prop.
BaLLINQ BROH., PaoraiarroBS.
We l ling Cakes a Specialty I
W Doalr Patronage, and w
OoaranU Pirt-C)aa Baking.
Tel'.raphnrdmanl Idled and Promptly Filled
THAT'S THE PLACE
Where you get the
Highest Prices for
your goods at .. ..
208 W. Gold Avenue.
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Association.
Onio at J. O. Baldrlttg-e'e Lamba, Yard.
Harness and Saddles,
Cut Soles, Taps, Shoe Nails,
Findings, Shoe Dressings, Etc.
Saddlery, Hardware, Harness,
Chains, Collars, Sweat Pads,
Whips ioc to $1.25, Lubricat
' ing Oils, Axle Oils, Grease,
Horse Remedies, Sheep Dips.
Tho3. F. Kelehor,
Wholesale and Retal Dealer.
PRICES fclGHI. CALL AND BE CONVINCED
404 Railroad Ave, Albuquertu.