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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HlTtllK A McCKKIUHT. Pl'RMrtllRlW
TH08. IIUI.HXB Kdltor
W. T. McCrkihht, Bus. Mgr. and City Kd
rt hi.iniimi iMii.t hd WHKI.T,
Arlatd Pre Afternoon Telegram.
Ofllrlal Paper o( Bernalillo fount.
OUIrial Per nf City or Alriiq,neru,n.
lMgm City and f-onnty i.'trciilatlon
Th irgm New Mexico ClrcnUtlon
Larirmt North Ariionm Circulation
AI-Hlyl Kltyl K, FKBKUAKV 14.
TliK Flagataff Ura says: "Tui Al.BD
yt KHgl B ClTirK.il Is th beet dmllj paper
In Nrw Meiieo."
THXeteatn craft of the I n I ted States
laat year carried Vm,roo,iiO ton with a
lorn of 40 pamengei and 137 men be
longing to the crew.
The great etatenman. James 0. Blaine,
wax the Bret to eee the detdrablllty of an
nexlug Hawaii. It la now a principle of
the republican party.
Oi'TIMIhts who ay the world In grow
Ins better would experience a sever
shock If they should gather statistics on
the present trade In comic valentine.
Dubino the pt year A astral la has
eenttothls country $13,000,000 In gold,
which represent the balance In trade In
favor of the In I ted Htatea during that
Thi total value of all breadstuff ex
ported by the t'ulted Statue during 1MT7
mounted to $l7.757,tl9, as compared
with $M1.30n,irt3 during 18'Jo, a gain of
Alwats speak a good word tor home
Industry and home enterprise of every
description. Also show your good faith
by patronlting home Institutions under
Th old question of bow long It will
take a man to count a million has been
revived. To count the treasnry cash has
required twennty-elght men Ove months.
In that time they have counted about
Four thousand overhead wires belong
Ins to telegraph, telephone and other
companies In the downtown districts of
Chicago will be cut down by the elty un
let steps are taken to place them nnder
ground by March 1.
A Laroi goat ranch will be located on
the Wilson Waddlughani property near
Ban alarclal, and H Is ei peeled that (,
000 bead will be placed there eoon. Ow
ing to the protective tariff on pelts, the
business of goat raising Is eipected to
double and trlble In this territory before
Statistics just completed show that
Michigan Is the banner lumber state of
America. The output last year was 2,-
835,074.800 feet The Increase over 18l0
was 102,000.000 feet. It U hard to say
what la being don with all this lumber,
It no building or manufacturing 1 go
ing on, as the croaker say.
8. 8. Phehton. who on May 1, I8tf7.
captured Jim Parker, the train robber,
north of Willow Springs, In Arizona, ha
brought ult against Wells, Fargo Co.
for the reward offered for Parker' ar
rest. Parker had escaped from (he Pres
eott jail and Wells, Kargo A Co. offered a
reward of f 1,000 for hi capture. The
express company now refuses to pay the
reward, benoe the suit
The afternoon paper 1 the paper of
the period. Specially 1 this true In the
western cities, where the difference ot
time over the east is so material a to
permit the publication ot the full busi
ness day' doing in New York, tor in
stance, while it I yet four o'clock on
this meridian. This 1 a tremendous ad
vantage, and one that make the next
morning' paper a back number.
The Gallup Gleaner truthfully re
marks: If there U one as superlatively
asinlue above another it I the one who
will deliberately uudertake work at
price which will not repay him for his
labor. It 1 not only Injurious to him
self but no lues so to all hi fellow toller,
as once flgur 1 made for work below
the actual worth, it la very bard to get
price back again to the place where they
Few people are aware of the number,
location, length, cost, earnings and own
ership of the canals and canallied river
in the United States. It 1 quite an In
teresting study, nevertheless, aud, at the
present time U quite a timely one. That
about one-quarter of the water borne
commerce of the Tutted State is carried
on the canal aud caualixed river would
at first thought seem Incredible, yet It 1
true. And of the total freight movement
ot the l ulled States by all route of
transportation, rail Included, that borne
by water approximate between one
fourth and one fifth ot the same.
The New York Commercial America
recently prtuteu a map ot the I'nlted
Status showing the route ot the canals
now lu operation aud thuee whose con
alructlou 1 proposed. Among the latter
I one which has beeu the dream ot
11 loaier fur almost a Mutiny. It I the
possibility of a canal from the south end
of Lake Mit'higitU to the upper Wabash
river. This would alone open an Im
portant new water way, but the latest
idea is to extend the canal thence east
ward to connect with that which now
traverse western Ohio. This would give
a comparatively direct water route from
Chicago to Toledo and Lake Krle.
TliK ALAkKA l fcKT.
The activity of the Pacific coast steam
ship companies in preparing for the rueh
of the present year to the Yukon gold
fl 1.1a 1 shown by the fact that nine
steamers and twelve barge for the
Yukon river, beside fuur steamer for
l,ak Liudeman, Bennett and Teslln,
art In course of count ruction at Tacotua,
while twenty two steamer t and twenty
eight barge are to be built at Seat tin for
the same trsrfe. This dors not Include
tenir br night from o'.brr portions of
he world, heelite a large number nf
barks and other vewels which will be
ued for transi'ortatlon of freight and
tugs tiad for towing purposes along the
coast between Tuget sound and Pre.
Kvaporatlug plants are said to be U'lng
seventy to eighty tons of freeh vegetables
dally In the manufacture of desiccated
vegetables In the fillet sound region to
liirntsh the gld -seekers with condensed
AMIKKT IIHTOK1 lir AMIRICA.
Little by little the attention of schol
ars Is turning to Mi records which for
mer race have l-ft In America, A
dlght and uncompleted, study has been
made of the round tower at Newport; of
the monnds In Ohio, and the ruins In
New Mexico and Arizona. I-ong ago it
was kn.iwn that a still more gorgeom
volume lay unopened In the mountain
forests of Central America. Yet the tem
ples of Yucalau have been paxsed in neg
lect while explorers delved In the ashes
of Thebes or guessed at the tablet nn s
sages of Babylon.
But latterly the American student has
found the courage to become Interested
In the American story, and be Is conning
the alphabet that promises wonderful
message. A Boston fund has kept for
years In the southwestern Oeld a corps of
Inquirers who are reading In ruins that
rest on ruins something of the peoples
who lived and loved and builded long be
fore the lookout lu Columbus' llag-mlp
cried "Land!" and gave a new world to
Spain. A writer in ths January Century
tells a marvelous story of the temples to
Honduras; tells of a city that was In
ruins, overgrown with giant forests, and
forgotten when the Artec came. Yet In
this mined sculpture that prove either
a religion or a mythology that niut be
And a still mors recent dl tcoverer, re
turned to the City of Mexico, report
ruins In the stute of Chiapas as richly
garnished with strange decorations. Mug'
nlflcent stucco and terra cotta figures are
said to adorn the walls, and over all has
grown th significant luxuriance of a
The republican In Han Mlgunl county
think they are sold out In the Optic deal
The Kxamlner editor was appointed post
master, and when he got hi appoint
ment he told out hi paper to the enemy.
leaving the republican without a paper
In the county.
Ohk.iml pension of ft) per month has
been granted Antonio Sever, of Flora
Vista, and Jose de la Lni Chaves, ot Sub
Inal. A pension of (4 per month ha
been granted JohnM. Shirk, ot Mogollon.
Tbe circulation ot The Citizen is In
creasing taster than ever, a point which
advertiser recognize In their liberal pat
ronage ot the columns of thl paper.
A UOIIII LKTTKK
mm the Clerk ef the Circuit Coart,
Fernandlua, Kla.. Feb. 28, 131X1.
Mr. George Sulirer, Drug, let, Cltyi
Dear George Please aend a bottle of
Chamberlalu s Cough Remedy. I would
not feel easy it I knew there was none of
this valuable remedy lu the house. I
have given It lair test, ami consider 11
one of the very best remedies for croup
that I have ever found. Uue dose bas
always been sutllclent, although I use It
freely. Any cold my children contract
very readily to this medicine. I can con
scientiously recommend It tor croup aud
colds In children. Your respectfully,
Geo. K. WoLrv.
Sold by all druggist.
Ths Hum Stlllmaa Company.
The Hose Stlllman Stock company will
open an engagement of three night at
the opera house on next Thursday even
ing, at popular prices. Thi Is one ot the
cleverest companies that 1 now travel
ing on the road and will give the people
of the metropolis a real feast ot the
pleasurable dainties that all lover ot
good plays enjoy. The Rose Stlllman
company is cordially commended by the
preee everywhere and Is undoubtedly Urst
clasa in all respects. The company is at
Santa Ke now.
Froe of Charge to aulTerere.
Cnt this out and take It to your drug
gist and get a sample bottle free ot Dr.
King' New Discovery, tor Cousumption,
Cough and Colds. They do not ask you
to buy before trying. This will show you
the great merit ot this truly wonderful
remedy, and show you what can be ac
complished by the regular size bottle.
This is no experiment, aud would be dis
astrous to the proprietor did they not
know It would luvariably cure. Many ot
the beet physicians are now using 11 In
their practice with great results, aud are
relying on It In most severe cases. It Is
guaranteed. Trial bottles free at any
drug store. Kegular site &0 cents aud
1. J. U. O'hielly A Co.
Aa Klr(ut Tarty.
Mrs. John Borradalle gave a luncheon
to a tew of her friends last Friday after
noon. The table was beautifully deco
rated with ferus aud carnations. Plate
were layed for twelve. Those present
were: Meadame W. W. McClellan,
Ixrlon Miller, Fraci Uuuing. Louis Hun
lug, H. W. 1). Bryan, J. I I'eurce, Armljo
aud Hernandez; Miss Uuuing aud the
Missee Carscalleu. The hostess was as-
listed lu receiving the guests by her
mother, Mrs. Borradalle aud her sister,
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Krederlckstown.
Mo., was troubled with chronic dlarrhwa
for over thirty years. He hail become
fully satisfied that it was only a question
ot a short time when he would have to
give up. He had been treated by some of
the IhwI physicians in Kurope aud Amer
ica but got no permanent relief. One day
be picked up a newspaper aud chanced to
read an advertisement of Chamberlalu'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrliuta Remedy. He
got a bottle of tt, the urst dose helped
him aud It continued use cured him.
For sale by all druggists.
hhlpp4 U) &mi r rit lit l-o.
The remains of the late liarou Harden
Ilickey, who committed suicide at Hotel
Pierson, were shipped to ths baron's
mother, Mrs. K. C. Ilickey, at San Frau
cleco, Cal. The effects of the dead mau
were shipped by Chief of Police Lork-
hart to the widowed baroness, who is at
Kiverslde, Cal. The expense Incurred,
amounting to f'U2.!io, were wired to
Chief Lockhart on the First National
bank ot this city, to be used In prepaying
express charge on the remains and the
Imrou' effects, and to settle hotel ex
penses. Kl Paso Tribune.
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tUTllrtK Kemtwly Ce .
Crockery and glassware, Whitney Co.
Items Culled and Classified from Our
NEWS OP INTEREST TO
I. AS VMM.
From tliv plic.
F. l. MeCormlck will leave In a day or
two, overland, on a cattle end cheep pur
dialing trip to Colfax county. Mr. Me
Cormlck Is In ths cittle hiMiuess now
ami thinks there Is money In all kinds of
live stock at present.
It Is not generally known, but never
theless true, that Chas. Nathan, of this
this city, took the picture of the little
negroes on ashed, which graces the
On account of the change in plans In
regard to the depot and depot hotel, or
ders have been received here to suspend
work for sixty days.
Miguel Bnca mails the first homestead
entry on the Chupaderos land grant.
which was recently rejected by the court
of private laud claims. This grant Is a
very small one, ouly three mile square,
and Is situated about eight mile south-
eat of Bernal.
Married, Krlitay night at 8 o'clock, at
the residence of Thomas W. Hay ward, by
Kev. tieo. Selby. IMiert K. Alldredge and
Miss Mary K. Il.inson, both of Las Vegas.
The ceremony was attended by a few
friends, who were most hospitably enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. Ilayward. Mis
Lottie Hay ward acted as bridesmaid and
K. C. Larlmore was best mail.
Ml Mary Henry, whom the school
board of this city did not re elect to the
position she so long aud so successfully
tilled in the Kast Las Vega public
schools, stood an examination in Brook
lyn, New York, and Is now employed In
the public schools of that city, having
stood the highest grade examination,
and havlug received a first class certill
From the Bee.
Fred. Horn, the roundhouse stationary
engineer, Is eoullned to bis bed by a very
severe attack ot rheumatism.
Mr. aud Mrs. T. A. Soulhgate expect to
leave San Marelal about the 20th of the
month and take up their resldeuce lu
Mrs K. Hockett returned from a visit
ot several week with trlendj In Albu
Mrs. W. H. Howard Is at La Joyo, on
hsr returu from Cerrllloa, aud is spend
ing a few day with the family ot Mr,
Phil. LePags ere returulug home.
Mr. A. J. Richards, who in visiting
friends at St. Paul, Kan., Is expected
home during the week, she is uot In
love with the cold, disagreeable weather
J. W. Virgin Is attending to the gath
ering ot his cattle from adjacent ranges.
Following their sale aud the settlement
ot other b isluesa matters, Mr. Virgin will
retire to his old Illinois home and follow
the calling of a gentleman farmer, with
ample means at hi command.
LAM ' KICKS.
From Dods Ana County Kepubllon.
Miss Reldmau, a young lady employed
at the Mescelaro agency, left on a leave ot
absence to visit I'hoeulx, Arlxona.
Mrs. John II. Riley left for Trluldud,
where she will join her husband and
daughter, aud together they will proceed
to their home at Colorado Springs.
The demand for honey Is very slow.
Complaluta are made In the eastern cities
this year that the market Is overstiwked.
Tomas Avalos, an old veteran, bas re
ceived his pension from the federal gov
erumout, with a back pay of fll'J. lie Is
au old resilient of Mesllla.
A party ot young ladies and gentlemen
of our city have organized a social club
ami named it the Merry club. The club
Is nrgaulzed on the basis ot gatherings
free from all conventionalities, which are
so often a drawback to social pleasures.
It Is said that Taylor Lewis aud Jesse
Drazdl have disposed ot the Black Hawk
mine lu the Orgaus. They left tor Kl
Paxo to complete the sale.
Cumrio Pedregon has beeu appointed
Interpreter of the Third Judicial district
ot New Mexico. This appointment is a
most satisfactory oue, as Mr. Pedregon
possesses all the necessary qu-tllflcattoii
tor the olfice, speaking both Kugllsh aud
Henri Bole and F. C. Barker are now
starting a large garden of eight acres ad
joining Robert Klwood's place. There
will be two reservoirs holding about 50,
ooo gallons, oue ot which is already
built. Mr. Bole, who will remain lu
charge, expect to make a specialty of
cauliflower raining, besides radishes aud
other vegetables lu seasou.
The mail oou tract between Las Cruces
aud Mesilla ha been awarded to Miss
Lucia Gallego. This young lady is the
secoud to whom a contract has been let
lu thin country. She will personally at
tend to the duties ot the position, carry
lug the mall dally between these two
Krom Hio (irmidr Ki-puhllcsn.
Mrs. Otto Rupp, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Casey, is here from Colorado
Springs, visiting her parents.
Miss Katie Griggs, has beeu visiting
her brother, George, duwu at Casas (irau
dee, Mexico, returned to Mesilla the first
of the week.
Mrs. J. K. Wood worth came upas far aa
Juarex, from Chihuahua the tint of the
week and Is visiting her daughter, Mrs
Juan A I ador at that place.
Miss Marguerite Tripp, the elllcisnt
teacher ot the Methodist mission school,
has been eoullned to her bed with the
grip, but 1 now reported some better,
kll VtH CITV.
Front tbe kattrrprike.
Frauk Farosworth has returned from
Colorado. He brought a car ot good
grade horse tor use on the Farosworth
Bros.' cattle range.
The annual meeting of the Giant
County Charity Hospital was held at the
hospital Tuesday, Feb. 8, lm The fol
biwlug officers were elected: Mrs.
ALL KINDS OP READERS
Theresa B. White, president; Mrs. M. C.
Lal.ure, vice-president; Mr. C. Cosgrove,
treasurer; Mrs. L. Lorenx- secretary;
Mrs. L. Unlit. Mrs. F. Mue and Mrs. Dr.
(leorge H. Hell has purchased the cat
tle Interests of C. F. Hchmtde. and his
ranch at Burro Cienega. This Is one of
ths best cattle ranges la the southwest.
Miss Annie Harris, who recently cams
I from Las Crnces to visit her many former
associates here, has concluded to make
this city her permanent home
Borenstein Bros, purchased the three
buildings next to the Silver City National
bank on Billiard street, from Mrs. Mary
At the home of the bride's parents
near Crawford, Grant county, N. M., Miss
OihIs I'ptim. daughter of Hon. J N,
Cpton, to It. L. Muneoii. The wedding
ceremony was performed by Jutlge Mar
shall, of Iteming.
From the (ileanrr.
Bids tor the dwelling of K. L. Wat kins
have been submitted.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brady will say god
bye to their Gallup friends about ths l.'ith
and will leave tor the Klondike to seek a
Miss Kuuua Patterson sustained her
reputation as a reciter by her excellent
rendition ot "Little Joe" at the Congre
gational song service.
Master Ralph Prescott Ketner very
pleasantly entertained a party of little
girls and boys Friday afternoon, Feb. II
from 2 till 4, the occasion being his
fourth birthday. The little misses pres
ent were, Alma Johnson, Kdith Hart,
Annie Bocklett, Klsle Mulholland, Merle
Kmery, Martha Lee Ketner, and Masters
John Cotton, George Bocklett, Joseph and
John Simpkln, Palmer Ketner, Jr. For
a remembrance of bis birthday Ralph
presented each little girl with a small
cup and saucer, and the little boys with
From Hie New Mr lean.
Convict No. BUI Hays, sentenced
at Santa Fe, Jan. , 1XD7, to eighteen
mouths for breaking Into ths poslolllce at
Lamy, died Friday morning of pneu
J. Miihidett", of Oerrllliw, came, np from
the south with a sick coal miner from
Madrid whom he placed under the tender
care ot the Sisters at St. Vim elit's, and
then placd his name on the F.xchnuge
The buslunni men ot Santa Fe should
not tor a moment overlook the Import
auce ot securing dally mall and stage
connections, as well as direct telephone
communication, with Bland.
Willie Salazur, brother of Alderman
Mauuet Halazar, was bitten by a vicious
dog ou Palace avenue. The dog that
bites pas-iers-by on the public street
should either be killed or securely
C. II. Glldersleeve, lute clerk ot the
district court lu this city, says that be
lutends to take a rest for a few weeks
aud will thou resume active work in hi
protesfelon. He will probably spend the
vacation he has assigned himself at Ojo
Calient or at the famous sulphurs over
In the Valles country.
Two carloads of brick wore shipped
from the territorial penitentiary to the
territorial Insane asylum At Las Vegas,
to lie uxed In completing the addition to
the asylum, now in course of erectlou.
This shipment was made by Superintend
ent Bergmann at the request ot Governor
After the Albright concert au elegant
supper was served at the Claire hotel to
Miss Albright aud live or six ot her
friends. Mr. aud Mrs. Page B. Oteio
were among the favored one . When it
Is explained that each plate represented
s 3 note the discriminating reader will
be able to judge as to the quality of the
viands served. It was a gmid pluce to be
when the bell rang.
Tomas Armljo, sent to the penitentiary
from Sau Miguel county upon a convio
tion on an Indictment charging bliu with
robbery from the person, In May, 1H'.i4,
was released after having served three
years aud nlue months of the sentence
imposed, he having gained one year and
three months gsn time, having cou
ducted hliuielf during his term nf con
lliieruent lu an exemplary manner.
CHAVES WON HIS CASE.
Secures tbe Land Covering the Famous
Manuel Chaves, ot Valencia county, on
last Friday, made final proof at the
Culled States land olllce, at Sauta Fe, on
eighty acres of land covering the famous
Klgallo spring, which supplies the 700
people ot Ban Rafael with their water.
The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad company
Claimed the land as part ot Its graut
from ths federal government, aud the
subject has been lu litigation since 1872.
The railroad company Dually located the
land with scrip, but Chaves wou the cu e
after It had been three times taken up to
c iimiilteloner of the general land otllce.
Highest Honors World's Pair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pur Orane Crraia ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS TI IE STANDARD.
FIRST SUIT WIDER JUDGB BcHB.
Brought AC tin a to Fj.'Ct the Ctrrlllo
Coal Railroad C from Loptf Tract.
The first suit filed In the territorial
district court, iind -r the new regime of
Judge Mode and Clerk higre, was a
cans In i J ctment brought by Solomon
Lnna. of Valencia county, brother-ln law
of ths new clerk, egalryit the Cerrtlhsi
Coal Railroad company, says the New
It Is represented thai' the plaintiff Is
riKbtfully entitled to the possession ol
the Meitta de Juan Lopez tract nf land,
otherwise kdnwn a private land grant
No. 61, confirmed by emigres lu 187U, but
that the defendant company persist In
holding the possession thereof, to the se
rious detriment of the plslntlff.
Whereupon the plaintiff prays that the
Cerrillos Coal Railroad company be eject-
d from the tract of laud In question.
and that he be awarded damages to the
amount of $211,000. The defendant is
commanded to appear aud answer the
complaint in the premise within twenty
lays from the 11th of February. Mr. F.
W. Clancy, of Albuquerque, Is Mr. Luna s
News Prom Jemee.
Jemi'E Hot Springs, Feb. 11. The
beautiful spring weather Is continuing
and onr farmers are talking already ot
beginning their spring plowing and
M.wes Aboueeluian and Ragy l'n Is, mer
chants from Santa Fe, arrived day be-
for. yesterday, with the liitentiou of
o;enlUg a general meicnanoiw store neie
and as they cannot get liugli Murray e
pla.-e M some time yet, tiny will open
their store In Goattuwn, which la a rapid
ly growing suburb ot our town.
There seems to be a regular store fever
rsging here and since several of our old
merchant were able to retire to rest on
their comfortable laurels these ambi
tious people will not rest short ot trying
the same easy road to final glory.
Chas. UKldy will start to the metropo
lis to-morrow for more freight. Thl
axon we will have every commodity In
Barney Coffee, the Cueva ranchman,
drove In thl evening from the moun
Hugh Murray Is preparing to burn a
large kiln ot lime. Jemcz.
Ill( I'rlre tor m Hroken Heart,
Not long since a Danville. 111., jury or-
lered the male defendant In a breach ot
promise cane to pay the competent sum
of .M.H.M.;n to the alllicted fair one,
1 hough It Is a pretty high estimate of
blighted allectlous, there Is another eell
male which, tf uot III dollars aud cents
exactly as high, yet in general considera
tion of excellence reaches a lofty an
altitude. This Is the estimate of the
people as to the elllcacy of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters as a remedy for constl
ration. Hie action of this gentlj but
i ffectlve laxative Is never accompanied
by the griping so marked lu the opera
tion of most cathartics. Ills an Incom
parable remedy for and preventive ot
malarial, rheumatic anil kidney com
plaints, aud a promoter of appetite and
Civil Kitg-lneer Hr at I'hoenls.
W. O. Secor, formerly city engineer of
Albuquerque, and at present nmoclated
In the same capacity with the land de
partment of the Santa Fe Pad He, was lu
the ity yesterday to see hi friend, K. L,
Welling, of Warwick, N. Y.. who is at the
Ford. Mr. Secor said that although the
olllcee at Albuquerque bad been abolished
with the transfer ot the Atlantic A Pacific
to the Bauta Fe, to Log Angeles, there
remained the shops at that place. Tbe
capacity had beeu doubled and would be
trebled this year, possibly. The Raton,
N. M., shoit would be abaudoned aud
consolidated with the department at Al
buquerque. The Santa Fe would then
have the Fort Madison, Topeka and Al
buquerque shops to do the main work.
The Y iuslow and San Bernardino shop
would be the maiu departments, In the
same line, on the Sauta Fe Pacific. The
gentleman said that Albuquerque had a
stretch of bad weather during January
The big irrigation scheme there would
be a great help to the town. Mr. Secor
was delighted with the appearauce of
Phoeulx, and the climate here, he re
marked, was rather springlike. He re
turned to Albuquerque on tbe evening
liver, making close connection at Ash
Is never done, and it la especially wearing
od wearisome to those whose blood I
Impure and unfit properly to tone, ius
taln, and renew lb wasting of nerve,
muicleand tlwue. It Is more because of
this condition of tbe blood that wouiea
Tired, Weak, Nervous,
Than because of tbe work Itself. Ever
physician says so, and that tbe only rem
edy Is In building ap by taking a good
nerve tonlo, blood purifier and vlUllier
like Hood's flareaparllla. For tbe trouble
1'teulinr to Women at ehsnge of season,
climate or lite, or resulting from bard
work, nervousuaes. and Impure blood.
thousands have found relief and ear la
The On Tro Blood Purifier, ft per bottle,
frepared only by a t. Hood A Co, Lowell, Mas.
I i ii rt-n are tne only pi lie to Bit
IIVUU I Ilia vUbUeed'(SaraajiarUla
Miraculous Krn pa.
Yesterday, between two and three
o'clock in the afternoon, Paul, the four
year old sou ot Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Murphy, Jumped onto the tongue ot a
trail wagon, going north on Second
street. After riding about half a block
he jumped off aud as he did so, the frout
wheel knocked him down aud both
wheels passed over his body. The wagon
was oue of those heavy large kind, and
that It did uot crtiidi the lire out of the
little fellow is a mystery. His father
picked liliu up and carried him lu the
house, aud a thorough examination
showed th ui not a bone was broken. To
day he Is resting comfortably, aud from
all Indications will be as well as ever In
a few days. Kalou Kepurter.
Huekleu'e Aruli-a salve.
I The best salve In ths world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblaius,
corns and all skin eruptlous, and posl-
tively cures piles, or uo pay. It I guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
I inonev refunded. Price, 26 cents per Un.
For sale by all druggists. J. U. O'Blelly
llralili are the proper thing for dress
trimming, llfeld's have all kiuds.
Mates ll.Ar-f ftiral
US. KATE FTTf'R wrote from
Neoxho, Mo., In Maivh lat. "Two
years riro I was ieremlv troubled
Ith my Ktiimft -h and kldnern. and a treat
affiVtlon ounnrrred me that my condition
became alarmlnir The teleeraph broucht
a prominent physician In a consultation
which ronltcd In no beneflt. I went to
Wyoming fnr rniinire of climate without
hem-fit. waa nrjurht
I ikhii) Atciilnon wht re
nurwn worto-d with me
night and any to see
me alive to reach mf
frien.K lives. Myneart
v . i
me o hid that n,y
?r up all
hope, t nr-.-nn lautnf
Vt, Mll lieart Cure uvi Nervine alter
nately and won restored to healtn. It U now
mon I In since and I um perfectly well."
lir. Mllei' Kemt-dUM are mid by all druf
lots tinder a pmllive guarantee, flrtt bottle
bet, i fin or money n f undi d. Ilooa on Heart
and V-rre nent f n-e to all applicant.
Dfl. Mri.r.3 MFMCALOO, Elkhart, tnd
RANT OPERA HOUSE
Three Nights and Matinee, Com
mencing THURSDAY, FEBR'Y 17.
Ita Stillmaii Sleek fo.
Thursday the New Five-Act Com
LA BELLE MARIE.
Change ot Play Nightly.
l'KICKS, - - 25c, :J3c. COc
IMpping tanks. Whitney Co.
Lamps and trimmings. Whitney Co.
Novelties In our queensware depart
Old brandy, rye or bourbon only 41 per
gallon at A. i-omnanio s.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at Mari s, 111 tioid avenue.
The very best maple syrun ouly tl.26
ier gailou at A. bouiuarilo .
Insure your life In the Kaultable, Wal
ter N. Parkhurst, general manager
Attend the great muslin underwear
sale at the tiolden Kule vrj Goods Co.
Remember tbe second-hand store of J.
O. Gideon & Co., on north First street.
Fresh Kansas egg 20 cent, native
eggs 25 cent per dt sen at A. Lombardo'a.
Bee the window display of new soring
goons at tue ury goous store tne hcouo-
If yon want anything In the binding
or joo printing line, can at mi utiskn
a." . V . .
Palmetto fiber cotton top mattresses
are the best; made and sold by W. V
Bur your oamo stoves and have vonr
tin-work done at the Btar tlnshop, 20,
Look .3 to Klein wort' market on north
Third street. He ha the nicest fresh
meats In the cltv.
A big consignment ot pants just In at
k. I. washburu A 10 a., aud will be sold
without reserve at f 1.75.
Hot chile eon carne served every night
at the Paradise. Uo not miss It Bache-
chl & Qloml, proprietors.
Handsome Hue ot new dresa goods for
spring wear just received at the Golden
ttule Dry Goods company.
New arrivals Dress goods for spring
wear. Always the first with new goods.
uoiuen ituie ury uooos company.
Leave orders at the "Iceberg" for
Pallet's eiport aud "blue rlboon" beers
In quarts aud pints. Charles M. Oeach
The best place for good, iulcv steaks
and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
In a first class market, at Klelnwort s,
north 1 hird street.
All varieties ot oranges can be pur
chased at F. F. Trotter's store, on Second
street. New supplies are constantly
being received from laiiroruia.
Where are your hard times when 11.00
will buy a good pair ot shoes at 81 moo
Hteru's. These goods must be closed out
this month, our windows tell the tale,
Don't forget the "Green Front Shoe
Store." No. 113 Hal I road aveuue, W m,
Chaplin; cheapest aud best place to get
shoes, and repairing done on the short
Just received a large assignment of
une 1 aurornia urape branny, spring MA
which we will sell to saloon keepers at
js.to per gallon. Original package. U,
Bachechl it (i. (iioml.
The grocery store of F. F. Trotter, on
Secoud street. Is the uonparlel of the
klud in the southwest. A larger aud
more varied stock ot groceries can be
found there than lu any other store In
New Mexico or Artzoua.
Josh Billings speaking of the nrobabll
itleeof life would say "perhaps rain per
haps uot. but we win certainly have
several more spells of cold weather this
winter, and you should be sure to have
plenty of Cerrillos coal on baud, llahn
You want to see those dainty French
organdies, that remind you so much of
veil of vapor touched with flower tints.
Yi ill you look at them? Now on exhlbl
Hon only at the Golden Kule Dry Goods
company, who are always ths first with
Ileautr Is lllood Deep,
Clean blood inruns a clenn akin.
U-auiy without it. t 'ast-areta, Ciindv Cat!
tic clean your Wood and k-c it ileun, by
imiiiK up me lazy over aini in ivtutf all uu'
iMiiiiit-a irom tne oouy. Ileum to duv
laiii.li iinnplca, Inula, l.loti Ilea, blackhead;
and that nuklv liilioua complexion by tnkim
laai'urcts, lieniity fur ten tenia. All drug-
wviaiflviiuu guuraiuveu, 1W, ZJC, ow.
For a good job go to K. J. Post A Co.;
they employ competent mechanics from
THE MODEKN WAV.
Commend Itaolf to the well-informed,
to do plttaaantly and sfftfotuallr what
was gonuprljr done la the crudest man
ner aud disagreeably aa well. To cleanse
th ynteai and break up colds, headaches
aud fevers without unpleaaaut after
effects, use the delightful liquid laiatlrs
remedy, Syrup ot Klgs. Made by Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
W. V. FUTRELLE,
or. First Slid Gold,
(201-203 First Ht.
) 100 Gold are.
Fu st St. and Leead
' v"j' ' y j
lSWAl; J'asrsl We-lll "hi ttftl
Wholesale Grocer I
Car Lata m Specialty
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILRO'D AVENUE. I
Homo has many comforts
So has comfort many homes
But the most complete
Homo comfort is the
HOME COMFORT RANGE.
Sold on installments by the
Wrought Iron Range Co.
118 N. Second
The newest and best goods from the
leading potteries of tbe world, in wholesale
or retail. Choice tab's ware, elegant toilet
arts, beautiful vaietl a full line ol glassware,
bar good, lamp chimney and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, broom and
bruibet, toy and doll.
118BOUT FIRST STREET
216 Railroad Avenue
Mntnal TVlophoim No. 148. Allnqneronft, N. M.
W. JL. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., oetween Railroad and Copper Ave.
Horaoa and Mnle-a Boiiqht and BxRba-nQ'.
Agnta for Columbus Buogy Conptar.
Th) Boat Turnouts la tho Cltr.
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victorias,
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale. : : : :
Address W. Ij. TEIMRLE A 00. AlhuonrqTie, New Mexico
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprlotor
Iron aad Bra Oaatiun Ors, Coal and Lain bar Cars I Shafting, Pulleys, Orate Bars
Babbit Metal i Column and Iron fronts for Bull ling Rsimir on
Mining and Mill Machinery a bpscialtr.
FOUNDRY: 0E RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
! i 1 .
WANTED, FOB SALS) AMD BUTT.
Wanted Household goods and gents'
clothing. Vt hltten, lit Uold avenue.
Wanted A good seaniHtrees, one who
can do Que handwork. Inquire from 10
to l'i a. ui. Mrs. Kauterday, 412 Went
Wanted Saleemen tor cigars; 125 a
mouth and expend; experience uu
neceHHary; tmlucenieul to customers. C.
C. BUhop & Co, Ht. Louis, Uo.
For Rent FuruiHlied front room; 614
west Lead avenue.
Two Kent Sli-roora and three-room
houfo, furnished or uufumlHlied. W.
Piano for sale, on eany terms. Address
A., this ofllce.
A pair of five-ounce boxing gloves for
sale cheap. Call at thl otllce for partic
ulars. For Bale Two driving and riding
bones, luquire of Touy Mlchelbni'h, old
To Sell Two modern 3-room pottages;
two horaes; three whkoiin; all kinds of
houaehiilil goods. W. V. Fulrelle.
For Hale Household goods. My gooda
will be ou private sale Wednesday sml
Thiiraday, February W aud lu, at bub
south Aruo street. C. 11. Uascomb.
Cows for sale I have several good
milkers; kind and gentle. Addrex John
F. Jarvls, poetolllce box 14. or call at
resldeuce No. Wi went Sllrer avenue.
No-To-llo for r.liy I .-ma.
4!uaran-.tHl Ulliuio tidtut i-urv. uiaKt-H weak
uauatruutf, biuotl pure. toe. 11. Ail Oiugifi.ia
I Ait week ot the muslin uuderwear
sale at Tbe Big Store.
Plumbing aud gas fitting. Whitney
WlidJpsiile 4nd IMail Junior
ami HH Y I I S.
Hold Cheap for Cti or on
the InKtNllrnent Plan. Aleo
rented at reasonable ratee.
I Albcprqne, New Mexico.
tui r'i'. ?t
rfTie tle rerrt aat
Most Rett n-.lve Mtorh i f
-:sTArLE : oitooiiuu:::-
Te be faand Boat aree.
rUBUQUEPqUF. w. M
tf b"M-ll e.ee
- 9 $ Ruotura'a aaa
' 7 t Nrce le r.taia
f ' ltaall.-Mnhalu.-M
rnMow Inatrurtlnti. ao aaw fnnu
a vaaa at oue a.aaf wao Mil. aa4
lain eSMtt tali (reel BaS, as It latata
Ae aalaialliially .
J. H. O'Rielly & Co..
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DIUGGlStf,
ALBUQUERQUE, - NEW MEXICO
Liberal Discount to the Trade.
0 HIGHLAND GREENHOUSE))
Cor. Gold Ate. mmi Aruo St.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
New TelfphoD No. U4.
A. E. WALKKU,
Secretirj Igtuil Bulldio. litoclitloa.
OKIro at J. 1, Halnrlilii'i l.oiuher Vard.
rMii.alu ..ur II. ri-t.
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too, &. It C. C. C. (all, Urugrf
;ikia rt-fuud muua;
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