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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Ht'OHKH A McCHKIUHT. ruHUUHltBa
TH08. Uchhh Kdltor
W. T. McCnmnT. Hns. Mgr. and City Kd
rtiHLiHrii ikii.i ai wr.i.i.
Associated Prem Afternoon Telegrams.
tifnrlal I'eper of RernalilloCouuty.
Olhrial Paper of Cily of Alhuqnerqna.
lArgrwi City and County (.'Imitation
The Largnat New Mexico Clrcntatlon
Largest North Arlsona Circulation
AI.Hl'yUKUyL K, KKHKl'AKY 13. IMIW
JllK,K. M. Do of Flagstaff, well-kn-iwn
in this city, has been appoluted
game and 0-di ooinmlealoner (or Art-tima.
A lkctcrwi ou "How to Stay Married"
In billed for Cr.leigo. One good way to
stay married Is to uy cut of Chicago,
nay the Louisville Couiler-Juurnal.
One of the largawt Kurnpean silk fac
tories 1 going to move over to Patterson,
N. ., In order to get on the right aids of
the new tariff law. About 1.2w wrsvers
will be given employment.
A FROMiNKNT Ulluola fruit raleer aaya
that a strip ot sheepskin, wool side ont.
tarked loosely around the body of fruit
trees early In the spring will prevent the
attack of tnoet Insect pests and Is better
IT wm Voltaire, we believe, wbo said
that Prance was a nation of monkeys
and parrots. The parrot and monkey
time that Is being had at Z da's trial eer-
tainly bears out the famous atheist's es
timate of his fellow countrymen.
William H. Knonrn. of San Fran
cisco, thrashed the clergyman who mar
rled him because be was aekijd to pay
what he thought was too Urge a fee.
Mr. Kroger then refused to live with
her husband, evidently being afraid of
Kroger's style of argument.
THE priest of the Roman Catholic
church who has run away from his par
ishioners at Klliabeth, N. J . to escape
being presented a purse of 1 2,500 In gold
aa a recognition of bis services as pastor
for twenty-five years. 1 a rare specimen
of the man and still a rarer oue of the
It la reportedthat the "Canadian gov
eminent has received no lees than tlUo,
000 In customs duties at Dawson City
since the rueh of gold seekers began.
Doubtless the gold sinks will prove to be
a food thing tor the Dominion exchequer.
It baa long needed an easy and trnltfnl
urce of replenishment.
Soke twenty-eight million gallons of
Scotch whisky were manufactured In
Scotland laet year, of which twenty mil
Hon gallons were eeut to this country,
thirty million gallons more sent to Kog
land and some forty million gallons
consumed at home. How they must water
their whisky over therel
L ..... !
An old growler has penned the follow
ln article: The man who will Invent
some aort of a device whereby people can
touch a button aud start fires on cold
mornings, will do away with a tremend
ous amount of domestic. Infelicity and
cut down the divorce record considerably.
The controversies as to who shall get np
and build fires are the basis of "Incom
patibility of temperament and disposi
tion." The days are growing longer and the
time Quickly approaches win n the gentle
sing of spring and summer will be beard
again and all nature will be humming
with activity. There la every Indication
of a verv bnsy business season. Are yon
getting ready to obtain your share of It?
Don't allow yourself to get auu ana rou
tine. Whoop np your own particular
business as It was uever whooped before,
and Incidentally doing a Utile geueral
whooping for the territorial metropolis
and the great Rio Qrauda valley.
The fir it oUlolal estimate of the popu
lation of the new city of New York has
been made by the health board, which Is
obliged to make the estimate In order to
compute the death rate. IU total la 3,
4M,Hyj, of whom l,91l,7oo live In the bor
ough of Manhattan, 137,073 In the itroni,
1.1U7.100 In Brooklyn, l'.!S,CH2 In Queens
aud Ut.U-7 In Richmond. This Is z,ooo,
OUU lees tliau Loudon's population, but
J .UK UKX) more than that of Paris, and
considerably more than that of Berlin
and Vienna combined. It shows that Mr.
Croker' bailiwick Is quite a place.
The i'noenlx Herald, In its comments
about W. B. Chllders' blood thirsty letter
to the department of justice, which was
recently published, baa this to say
Our neighbor, New Mexico, muit be
BHitiun devilish, or more devillHh. Her
Tutted HUtes attorney reports to Wash
lnoiu authorities that an organtia-
turn linn been formed In tliat territory
tii much on Waxhtnitton aud. bv the aid
of dyuainlle. rip that city up by the route,
carry the washluglou monument off to
Albuquerque, and lay the Potomac river
rii.wn la the 1'ecos valley. Those New
Mexican lellows are "awful" fellows
when they once turn loose, ana won in
Just as soun kirk a slab off Lucie bain's
seat of government, when they feel right
cantankerous, as to put themselves out
side live tinners of the greeuest sort of
lueseaL ihe tutted Btates should im
mediately obey the warnings of that
I utted Butee attorney or they may get
iutu trouble; In the meantime an lm
tirovemeut lu the quality of bis tipple
nlirlit liavs a tendency to decrease the
danger of Immediate execution of the
eataeyxiu of raw-hide deetructtou that he
warns the vta-ningiou iwuows in suum
to wtud up thulr carnality and haliit of
bumming ou unsophisticated congress
men. "TUB CAUrAlUN 0 at A NUM."
The Home Journal, published In New
York, In commenting on Lieut. 11 H.
Sargent's new book, rays:
The concensus of opinion among the
critic, b lh military and civil, wuh re
gard to Lieutenant Hargeut's new Work,
to be without a disputing voice.
It has been renelved from the press with
Miiaocl.ilui of appreciation andaduilra-
lion of which I'einort'wt nn'hor may wel'
he proud. We cordially Join the rhirn,
nd trust its reception onrt nnirlnmns
ipi'N.val will give to pi e mpeieiit and
bar hi ailed a w riter "l.enrt of grace"
n add to Ms lanrls with mere
.smralffns"ln the tains attractive vein.
Ti e author has greatly added to the value
of hl In ok by a series of Invaluable nmp.
snd bv an lurlnx. Afler completing his
wonderfnl story of Marengo, h dlp
hl- pen In trsgeoy, snd lows with this
Impassioned paragraph: "Twenty-one
yenrs after thU campaign, the KmpTor
Napoleon lay dvlng at fit. Helena. His
thoughts were with his army. During a
I. .no delirium, while a fierce storm was
raging on the Island, he was heard to skt,
, . i ,
'n.ons II is rHrmf irr-wi.
These were hl last words. Ferhsns amli
the shock of billows an," the battle like
roar of the storm, the gr.t csptHln be
I eved himself nnr more with Dexall.
an the tnranllimn fi 'id "f Marengo.
The shooting and killing of Frank A
Outlerre. at Itanchoe de Albnquerqne, on
Sunday morning last, by Manuel D. Onn
tales. Is to be deplored. The gentleman
who usi-d Ihe deadly Winchester rifle Is
well known throughout central New
Mexico, and, It Is now claimed, lie was
provoked to shoot by threats previously
made by Mr. Outlerres. In any event,
the taking of human life Is to be r en ret
ted, and The CiTi.r.M not only mourns
with the bereaved sisters of the dead
man, but with the family of Mr. (ion
tales, who has stained his hands with the
life of a young man known to him for
Boston has raised In one week over
112,0110 for the families of the six firemen
who were killed while doing their duty.
This I the kind of philanthropy that
HoNOLl'LU Ishtvlngan incipient boom.
The annexation of the Inlands Is all
that's needed to Inllate It to the propor
tions of the real article.
A UIHIII I . KT T K H
rron tha Clerk ef th Circuit Conrt,
Kernandlna, Kla.. Feb. 28, HJM.
Mr. (fmirse Sulircf. nnwatflt. City I
Dear (teorge Please send a bottle or
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1 would
not rml hhv if I knew there was none of
this valuable remedy In the house. 1
have given It fair test, and consiner u
THE TOWNS OF
Items Culled and Classified from Our
THE CATTLB THIEVES.
rihirrmw NEWS OF interest to all kinds op readers
From the l.thrriil.
Mrs. William Tlemey and daughter, of
Colorado, are visiting with V rs. I lerui y s
sister. Mrs. M. A. Leahy.
Dr. Wood has commenced pounding ore
in his Gold Hill mill. He will I one ol
the large bullion shippers from thb
county this year.
The B ck mine at fiteln's Pass Is likelj
to get Into court. Karly ou the morning
of the flret of January It was relocated by
parties who claim the aHeexsment work
was not done on It last year. The relo
cated say there was some crooked work
done In relation to that property.
II y. Kixher, of Stein's Pass, has gone to
the Klondike conntry where he expects to
dig np more gold than he can hire horses
to pack. The thing that worries him
most la the rlJe on the water. He has
lived In the mountains so long that bs Is
not nsed to water, and Is afraid he will
have trouble whin he gets out of sight of
From the Keoortrr.
Miss Blount, who visited In Albuquer
que the pael rew we-s, returned nome
The saloon of Wm. lleltkemp was en
tered by breaking a pane of glass out of
the door. The thief or thieve took 10
In small change out of the money draw
er and two revolvers, then attempted to
one of the very best remedies for croup open the safs, but failed. Nothing else
that I have ever fonnd. one nose nas
alwats been sufllcleut, although 1 use It
freely. Any cold my childreu contract
rsrt reaitilv to this medicine. 1 can con
scientiously reoouiiuend It for croup aud
colds lu children, tours resiecuuiiy,
tiKo. K. WoLrr,
Sold by all druggists.
ton's bl.-thday will be celebrated by the
pnplls of the school.
Alexander Story, formerly of this
noiuity, who has been In Colorado min
ing for some tiiu-t pa-it, has gone to Alae
a to seek his fortune.
Hon. N. Oalles has returned to Hills
wro to ajHln tsks np his residence. His
friends welcome blm back. Mrs. dalle
tnd little daughters are at preeent vlelt
ng relatives In Minnesota, and will not
return to New Mexico for some time.
Hnokltiaj' Arnlist Hairs.
The beet salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, teller, Clmppea naiKls, cnnoiains.
corns and all skin eruptions, and poei
tlvely cures piles, or no pay. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
monev refunded. Price, 2o cents per box.
For sale by all druggists. J.O.O'Blelly
Mew Utile Hsalth Mason.
The Santa Ke route baa Issued the first
of a aeries of publications on "New Mex
too Health Resorts." It is a very credit
able document, where a stranger coming
to this territory can get valuable Inform
tlon aud In readable form. It la baud
somely Illustrated with a uumber of New
Mexico scenes. Including views of sums
of the principal towns, hotels ami saul
Albuquerque Is first described, and
then the famous resorts lying adjacent to
the city Coyote Mineral Springs, the
Jetuei Hot Springs, the Sulphur Springs
and Camp Whlteomb.
Second street, "the main business street
of Albuquerque," and "the suburbs of
Albuquerque" are the two Illustrations
published lu connection with the write-
no of this city.
The Santa Fe system deserves great
praise for Its effort to advertise the won
derful resources and advantages of the
"land of sunshine."
The booklet comes from the passenger
department of the Santa Ke railway, over
which W.J. Black, the geueral agent,
presides with marked ability.
rrx of Chars to aiiAsrer.
Cut this out and take It to your drug
gist and get a sample bottle free of Lr.
KIiib's New Discovery, for Consumption,
Coughs aud Colds. They do not ask yuu
to buy before trying. This will show you
the great merits of this truly wouderful
remedy, and show you what can be ac
complished by the regular site bottle.
This la no experiment, and would be dis
astrous to tiie proprietors did they not
know It would luvarlably cure. Mauy of
tia hMMt nhvslclaus are uow using It lu
their practice with great results, aud ure
rtdvluir on It In niont severe cases. It Is
vuarauteed. Trial bottles free at any
drus store. Regular site 50 ceutaaud
f 1. 4. n. u meuy ct vo.
(Ml Ktata Trustors.
William Cook aud wife to Mrs. Rlleu
Klrklaud, warranty deed to four pieces
of laud In precinct o, Barents; cousldera
Herman Bernstein and wife, trustees
to Hauuah Harris, special master's deed
to the Uirard house aud other property;
Uariade us Mevee earracino to aiei
I ton Chaves, warranty deed to a niece of
land lu old town: consideration, fiou.
J uan Ita d. de Coulter aud husband to
L. I'. Albers. warrauty deed to piece of
luud In old town; consideration, il'o.
Mr. W ard L. Smith, of Krederlekstown,
Mo., was troubled with chrouic diarrhoea
for over thirty years. He had boouue
f nil v satlxlled that it was only a question
of a short time when he would have to
give up. Ue had beeu treated by some of
the beet Dlivslclaus in Kiirope auu Amer
ica but sot no permanent relief. Due duy
he picked up a uewnpaper and chanced to
read an advcrttscui'Mit of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dmrrl uas Remedy. He
i;ot a bottle of It, the urxt dose helped
iilui aud us coniuiueu use rurea niiu.
Kor sale by all druggists.
appears to be lulling. No clue to the
K. I. Jones enm In from a trip to Red
River and reports considerable activity
In development work lu that camp. The
Oul disposition of the grant by the
United States supreme court, has Infused
c inflilence and rich prospects are now
being reported everywhere, a thing that
was never beard of while the grant cuse
was In the courts.
Krum the K.sule.
Miss Lla (lllmore, of Boulto, who bag
accepted the position of assistant In the
public school, came in aud took charge
jf the primary grades.
Leslie Kills started on bis second trip
to Kl Paso, In charge of a train of wsgous
that were conveying lo.ooo pounds of
apples. The Kills' still have about 60,000
pounds stored at the ranch, and they ex
pect to ship 40,000 pounds the next trip,
and retain the bilance for the home
market. Apples sell readily In Kl Paso
at 3H cents per pound, and freight from
hers Is 1 cent per pound.
A runner cams In from Blnewater con
veylug the luformatlon that the sheep
herd of R Mtchaells bad been cut, and
fiat 217 head were gone. The herd of
Luciano Trujlllo was also raided aud fiOO
bead driven off. The thieves were niak
lug In a northerly direction wheu the
trail was last seen, and the theft was
then reported to the officer. Sheriff
Krllx and Henry Luti left at ouce fur
the scene of the thieving, and will at
tempt to trail the stolen sheep and ap
prebend the thieves. Later It is reported
that 4S0 head of sheep have been recov
ered. The sheriff has not yet returned,
Sam Couisdy unipsny.
Two nienilwrs of the Kdna Paige
Comedy compiiny M. U. Reld aud Harrv
K. Wlllard resigned their positions with
the company here last week. Mr. Reid
will organ it a company of his owu at
AlbuQueruue, which, from all outer ap-
pearauces, will be one of the beet com
panies ou the road. "A Country Jay." a
rip-roaring four-act comedy drama, will
be the play of the Uew oompauy. Mr.
Reld will be wall supports! by the clever
little soubrette, Miss Dora Chapman, a
regular "Farmer's Baud" and a No. 1
orchestra. The company will Include
such well known actors as ('has. Foots,
H. K. Vt iliard. Jack and Klla Reid. J. 1.
McCllnckey, Artie Htawllngs, K I Kohler
and others. HiK-cese to the "Reld aud
From the Argui.
Doctor Wlilcher reports two children
of S. R. Becknell down with the measles.
Mr. Becknell Is a recent arrival from the
state of Washington.
A recent enumeration shows that Kddy
county Is eutltled to oousiderabie dis
tinction when the stock Interests of the
territory are concerned. Within lis bor
ders are M.OOO head of cattle, represent
ing a money value Of $1,275,000; 100,000
sheep of a value of '210,000. Quite a
creditable showing this.
Kddy Is In a fair way to have a bank.
lu fact It can almost be said to depeud
upon the citizens themselves whether or
not they secure this much needed Instl
tutlun. II. J. Hammond, of Las Vegas, as
a remit of previous correspondence with
I. W. Rogers, receiver of the First Na
tional bank, came here Saturday to lot k
over the situation aud pass npon the de
mands for a bauk.
Manager (ioett, accompanied by the
gi ntlumen Interested In the sugar fac
tory at this place, came lu from Mil
waukee. The party Is composed of Au
gust I'lhleln, president of the sugar coin
pauy; II. NuumenacUer, nilliam J
I'lhlelu aud R. Nunueiuucher. They
stopped one day at Fort Worth and one
day at Thurber, Texas, en route here.
They traveled In J. J. Hagermau's prl
vate car, aud report having bad a very
Messrs. Hurk-y aid Taylor Issu
Bulletin I'M -R cntly an engineer on
this division derailed switch engine lu a
terminal yard, did not observe that the
switch was against him, although he
should have doue so. He ha been mis-
pnded ten d.iys.
Bulletlu P5 Recently a conductor on
this division delayed a freight train un
necessarily for lunch. I'pon Invsstlga
tlon It was found that more time was con
sumed for lunch aud the delay was In
correctly reported. For this the conduc
tor has been su-ipended ten days.
Hii lntln 1( Kl Recently a couductor on
this division delayed a freight train ten
minute visiting around telegraph office
He has been su .p- uiled ten days,
Bull) tin No. 10U. Recently a couductor
on this division handled a loaded car
from uns terminal to another without a
war bill. This caused a delay to the
freight waiting for regular way bill,
The conductor has teeu suspended thirty
Bulletlu No. 110 Recently a Tullman
ear had a pair of trucks derailed on a
siding, caused by brakeman who was
baudling derail switch pulling pin out
of switch after the forward trucks of the
sleeper hail passed over the switch aud
before the rear pair had. The ground
was fri-fu hard, munti snow on the
ground, and this caused derailment of
oue pair of trucks. Brakeman was new
lu the service, previous service satisfac
tory, and he hue beeu suxpondjd for that
day. The careMil bundling of switches
Is a very Important matter.
Bulletin No. 111.-Recently an engine
was derailed on this divlelou ou account
of brski-uian, who was piloting engine,
nut Inspecting switches. This brakeman
lined up the switches In going to the
roundhouse for englue, bnt did not Hue
them ud coming out. He has been sus
pended ten days.
C. M. Taylor, division master mechanic
at Raton, has issued the following:
Bulletin No. 2H. Recently a passenger
train was delayed twenty minutes at a
terminal Dotut on this uivlslou. on ac
count of the engine crew not being
culled. After Investigating the case It
was found that the caller went to sleep
aud did not call the crew, aud that the
hostler had also been asleep, and did not
see that the caller not around to cull tne
crew lu time for the train, taller nas
been discharged aud the hostler suspend
ed thirtv dnvs.
Bulletin iso. 27. A nremnn on mis di
vision, after Ming called to go out, weut
to sleep again anil delayed the train, for
which he was calb d. about twenty mlu
utes. This Ureinau has beeu suspended
runes of Stoics
Immediately after the report of the re
covery of the stolen cattle near Blne
wster. N. MM Thomas Tneker, rang fore
man for the Wabash Cattl company,
whose headquarters are located twenty
five inlle north of this place, started for
New Mexico In the Interest of his em
ployers. A letter was received from him,
the latter part of last week, by St Oeorge
Creaghe, sheriff of this county. It seems
that Mr. Tucker ha discovered another
miscellaneous lot of cattl belonging to
Atiachs county atockroen. The letter Is
as follows: .
At'ec. N. M.. Jan. 21. 1808
St. deorire Creaihe. St. Johns. Aril.:
Dear rtlr 1 arrived nere a tew oays
ago, and have fonnd a few Apache county
cattle here tnrnt. I think, when they
are esthered, will be about Ilk the
(Irsnts bunch. I have seen a few "Crow
bar" and Mexican cattle In what 1 hav
seen. If thy want me to handle them,
have everybody send me authority, arid I
will d i all 1 can. I he weatner is awiui
hal h -re now. Respectfully,
T. F. TrcKBR.
The recent publication of Mr. Audon
Gonzales' experiences has been much dis
cussed, and everybody Interested In the
stock businees, and who are engage,! In
it In a legitimate manner, are loud In
th-'lr expressions 'hat some means must
be taken at once to break op this gang.
li operations have been conducted on
so gigantic a scale. The fact that Har
din and CiMts hvs left the country 1 no
guarantee that these operations will
cease, as It Is almost certain tlutt they
re not the principals In these expedi
tious from H corro aud Valencia conn
1 1 ... v. r . i
If the stock business Is to be engaged lu
and continued by honest in-n. something
must be done, aud done at nno. to put a
stop to the operations of t ils thieving
gang. One well known stockman of
this county, wtio keep himself well
posted. Inform.! the writer that the
recent article published In this paper In
regard to the operations of this thieving
organization, was altogether too mild;
that the estimated number of cattle drlv
en off was too small, aud that there Is no
telling how many have been previously
driven off In the same manner. St
W. II. PALMER,
"avail From th M irrora of Nm-vous Pre
trstlon" bv t '. MM' Nenrln.
W. V. FUTRELLE
l i i a i iii i i i i
ir -a - m i r Tin v r iv
nil &( N rr.:l
Wholesale tnil Retail
and ItM V I I S.
Sold Chesp (nr Ch or on
the infftnllinrnt ein. Also
rented al rrsaonible rales.
Cor. first aad Gold,
1 201-503 First Bt
) 100 Sold ave.
f"Ot'iH dm- not always Indicate
conniimnllon. Mr. W. II. Palmer, of
Wsterliio, Iowa, wrlt: "I was taken
with a nervous strl. ture of tin bronchial
tubus, whlr-h d"velius-d Into nerroua pros
trstlno, I wsssn wrak 1 could not sit np. I
I irt no sleep fur dny prii whon nnder th
Influence of nptales. tot four nionvns I m
feiwl oronli s snrt prnjrpd that I mlcht die
and be at ret. One
litiV'l Inn tnld I had
ronnnipll'in. fur t had
rmi?li ths jive me
no re;. But a fona
Iii nhvl Ion
JT. O- X3e,Xs.X JTtXXJCS E3,
Fiist Stand Lead Ave., Albuquerque.
n-.f-oii-lTie had falirt.
a) novi-if a rne io lue
.nil MM- ' Ke't ora ll vt
N.rln snd I thnnk- '..Ki that It has hrlf ht-
ened my day Irnittw nrrt rr.y life and aared
me from Ihe hnrrorxnt nrrv.iua proairmion.
Dr. Mllea" Ki-mo. ares.. I.I y all aruf
lu nncli r a ooMUveEiiurnnti 4 r bottle
benrflnoriimn-'y rnrumiwi. h.xik on near
nH rr.. ni fr,- tn all nnoll. ant.
DIL Ml I.Kit M r T'l' I. ).. r.mnart. inn.
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUH, GllAIN &
GRANT OPERA HODSE provisions.
Car Let SpsHilaltv.
Osrrles ihr Iirt ss 1
McMl aaWualva bunt f
istaple : groceuii:j:-
T bs loan 4 aoattioMt.
Three Nights and Matinee, Commencing
TH K MUlltKil WAV.
Coniineiuls Itself to the well-informed,
to do pleasantly aud eftVctuiilly what
was gormerly done In the rrudert man-
Ui r aud dUagreeuhly as well. To cleanse
the system and break up colds, headaches
aud fevers without unpleasant after
effects, use the delightful lluuld laiatlve
remedy. Syrup of Klgs. Made by Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
HEW CHItF JUSTICE.
The Company Will Appear at the Opera
House Tnnrsdsy Hlght.
The Cripple Creek Time, tn Its cont
inents about the Rose Btlllman company,
At the Butte opera bouse last night the
Kose btlllman company made their lu
illal bow to an audience that parked the
house to the doors. The play was a com
edy drama, "l.a Belle Marie." It served
lo Introduce Uose Btlllman, one ot tne
best leading womeu that has ever ap-
beared In CrlDlde I reck, bhe la hand
ime and artistic and Is sure to become
a ureal favorite before the end of the en
gagetueiit. Her dressing was exquisite
m the third and rourin acts. Mie wore
two gown that were beautiful. 'Ihe
other Indies ot the comtiaiiy, Misses
Franc Strang, (ira.-e Bell aud Kute Heath,
have all been s eu here oetoio wltn tne
I 'oiumhla Opera company last summer,
Th.- r sliiKluir aud ai-tlnif v. us very clever
IMrge Kunkle, the comedian, and
Manter uuliili, secoun oomeoiau, were
accorded a warm welcome. Their
ongs were enlhusiasllcally encored.
Metiers. Iluntlev. Uandulnh, Leach.
(Irahum and II winner, all sustained tlielr
roles well. The unall bov of the com
nanv. Master Harule. received great ap
rilause for his songs and bis clever act
ng. The company plays a week's en
ffuirement at the Butte, changing the
play every night. To-night the play Is
an old Kuglish gypsey comedy drama.
The Flower of the For-st or tne ko-
many Kye'-entlrety new to urippie
t'rrs-k. Kvery nieuilH-r of the company
will be so u In songs and dancing. As
the company plays to popular prices, no
questiou but what the bouse will be
imcKed every mam mis weec. Many
performances have been given In Cripple
(reek at ft per seal thai couia not com
Dare with the clever performance given
by the Kose Htlllman company last night
at the mill opera nouse.
III! Tries tot a llroksa tlamrt.
Not Ion a since a Danville. III.. Jury or
dered the male defendant In a breach of
promise rase to pay the competent sum
of o4,m3:i to the atlllnted fair oue.
Though It Is a pretty high estimate of
Idiehled affections, there Is another esii
mate which. It not lit dollars and cents
exactly as high, yet In geueral considera
tion of excellence reaches as lofty an
altitude. This Is the estimate of the
people as to the ettlracy of Hostetter's
Stomach Hitters as a remedy for const!-
patlou. The action ot this gentle but
effective laxative Is never accompanied
by the griping so marked in the opera
tion ot most cathartics. It Is an Incom
parable remedy for and preventive of
malarial, rheumatic and kidney com
plaints, and a promoter of appetite and
Farm and Freight Wagons I
THURSDAY. FEBR'Y 17. RAILRO'D AVENUE. t t t ALBUQUEPQUE. N. M
ita Sim M Co. Home U)mtorts....
Homo has many comforts
So has comfort many homes
But tho most complete
Home comfort is the
HOME COMFORT RANGE.
Sold on installments by the
OOZMHHSTC3- Wroiittht Iron Rancre Co.
118 N. Second St.. Albuquerque.
Thursday the New Five-Act Com
LA BELLE MARIE.
Change ot l'lay Nightly.
PJIICES. - - 23c. 33c. 30c.
Capt. Jack Crawford,
'The Poet Scont."
Tns newest snd best goods from the
leading potteries of the world, la wholesale
or retail. Choice table ware, elegant toilet
eta, beautiful vasen a full line of glassware,
bar good, lamp chimneys and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and dolls.
lll8SOUT: FIRSTSTREST "C
At Grant's Opera House,
Wednesday, March 2d,
Tnder the auspices of the Women's Re
lief Corn. Keterved Seats now on sals
at Walton's Drug Htore.
.J. "DSU mm
216 Railroad Avenue
Mntnal Telephone No. 143. Alricqccrgne, N. M.
WANTED, FOB BALK AMD KKHT,
Wanted Man cook, to go to Gallup;
foO per mouth. Apply to ilann
Wanted Household goods and
clothlug. Whltten, 114 Uold avenue.
Wanted Salesmen for cigars ;
mouth and exuenaee: exuerlence un
neeoHxary: Inducements to customers. C.
C. Bishop A Co., bt. Louis, MO.
W. L,. TRIMBLE & CO.
fHLiveiy, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Detween Railroad and Coprtf Aves.
For Rent Furnished front room; B14
went Lead avenue.
Two Rent Hli-room and three-room
hoiiHeti. furulehed or unfurnished. W.I
Hraa and Male Boaoht and nx?rftnga4.
Agents for Columbua Bnuoy CompanT.
Th Baat Tnraoata In the) City.
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vi . f 1::- . I.' i .' : . i. I V','.t. I i
.iWJ.l-i v, T 'irl(. r, 'lt..l ii.l.rtf : to'-ltUn.'-L
iroifc- i '. tiiIh, w ,r I'uri' t'.tsrwn
eel II --kU't mikI atinplH froi A'lilrs.
JuirUig )l.'i:,t1y o, Cliloatfo or N Vurk.
The concert given by Prof. R. 8.
Oeorge aud hi clean at the Congrega
tional church IttHt ulglit was attended by
quite a large uumtier ot people. The
choruxee couelHteil ot slity-tlve juvenile
voices, and tilled the building with har
mony. The alnglng ot the Uypey quar
tette, cimip ed of four children with the
eutlre class coming lu ou the chorus,
was greatly enjoyed. The singing
by frof. (ieorge aud his wife
aud Prof. Green was alao very good.
Professors lleorge aud (Jreen leave to
night for f lagstaff where they will hold
their next couveutluu.
Kroni the Adveiti.fr.
Uitw Kalis Hill, of Albuquerque, Is In
Mayor Baca Is Dttlng np law offices on
the eaat side of Court House plaia, uear
the Preebyterlau church.
A. 11. Hilton, the Hau Antonio mer
chant, was lu town the other evening
He reports an Increase lu wheat acreage
In his vicinity of at leant 300 acres over
laet year, and with the chances good for
much more, bau Antonio has rich lands
and will come out as an agricultural
I.aat week llou. Kutlmlo Moutoya sold
C. T. Drown a car load ot burros. Mr
Moutoya remembers that much burro
meat has been sold and eaten lu this
County since cuttle thieves g it through
with his herds of cattle, aud he propones
to realise while he cau. Mr. lirown will
not make meat of his purchase, but will
ship them to Alaska.
From Ihe Advocate.
There Is now eicellent duck shooting
ou the big pond between HllUboroand I
While playing ball one day last week.
Brace Karnes was qulU badly hurt.
Ou the morning of ths 224 Washing-1
William J. Hills Will Arrive In
Santa Fe To-Mght.
Chief Justice W. J. Mills' comiuliwion
baa been awaiting him at the governor's
otlk-e lu Hants Ke for some day. He
waited In New Haven In order to be pres
ent at a banquet given lu his honor by
the Uulnnlpack club, but he Is now en
mute aud will reach the cupltol this
Guv. aud Mrs. Otero have lsnued Invita
tions for a reception to be tendered to the
new chief Justice and his wire on rrlilny
Ui-nuty I. tllouil lln-ji.
Cli-an tod iiuMiia a rtrau l.in. Xo
liruuiy without it. I uc alt-u, I muly l aUnir-
tir t'lt'itu iur I'IihhI uod kn-fi it ilt-.tn. li
HtirrinK op the lay liver mid i!n in u)l iiu-
mntu-s limn tliu IkjUv. Iti'uiu iti-Oay to
!allltl hilnott-fl. IkhU. hhilrlu-M. lihlrkht-mla.
mid tliut sirkly liihinm t-oinl-iiiii l-taking
CiiMcnrrts, hi-aoty lur l-n ceiiiM. All drug
giata, sululuitluli gualuliUTil, Ilk , 2o , fine.
Mr. J. M. SkiuitH and family, wife and
two children, left this city on the n r
yes'erday afternoon for Ihelr home In
Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Hkaats hue been
in the territory alsmt a year. In nearch of
health, but failed to tlnd permanent
Highest Honors World a Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Part Orape Crrara ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS TI IE STANDARD.
LHA.IA RIVER PLACERS.
Ktnsas City Company Bat Put $1S,000
Heputy United States Surveyor II. T.
Brown left Santa Ke on Sunday for the
Chains river to make surveys of placer
ltiids extending for thirteen miles along
the river above tin Piedre Lumbre grant
for a Kunaa City company, represented
by Judge 8. II. Snider ot that city. It Is
eaid that 15,000 has been expended In
machinery for operating these placers.
Judge Hulder and family have located at
Ii.kIum. Cannot la 1'urMl.
by local ahpllcatious as they cannot
reach the diseased portion ot ths ear.
Tlo-re Is only oue way to cure deafness,
aud that is by constitutional remedlee.
llt-afueas Is caused by an lullamed condi
tion of the mucous lining ot the Ku-
stachlau tulw. when this tube is in
lluiied you have a rumbling sound or
Imiierfect hearing, and wheu It Is entire
ly eh wed deafiieNM Is the reeult, and un
less the liillaiumation can be taken out
and this tubs reetored to Its uta mal con
ditlon, hearing will be destroyed torever;
nine eases mil ot ten are caused ny ca
tarrh, which Is nothing but an lullamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
Se will give oue hundred dollars for
any case of deafnees (caused bv catarrh)
that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh
cure, heud for circulars; free.
K. J. CllKNKY A Co
Pol l by druggists, ".Ic.
Altwntluu, ! ! t
Ketfiilar review Alhn
querque Tent, No. 1, K
, (). T. M., this evening
tut H o'cl.H-k, at the K.
1 1', hull, on (iold avenue.
7 A 11 niemhers are ear
nestly requested to at
tend. Hy order of the
H. K. li KSTHY, R. K.
Kor Sale A food milch cow.
Inquire at house north of Mansard
A nalr of five-ounce boxinkT gloves for
sale cheap. Call at this office for partic
To Sell Two modern 8-roora cottages;
two horses: three wagons; all kinds or.
household goods. W.V. Kutrelle.
rw for hiiIa I have several good
milkers; kind and geutle. Address John
K. Jarvls. noetotlice box 94. or call at
residence No. 4U2 west Silver avenue.
For Ovar FHty Kaara.
An Ol n iM Wki.L-ThIKU RKMEDY
Mrs. Wlnslow's SoothtUK Svruo has
been used for over fifty years bv millions
of mothera for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect succeee. It soothes ma
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and Is the beet remedy
for diarrhoea. It Is pleasant to the taste
Sold by druggists In every part of the
world. Twenty-ilve cents a Dottle. Its
value s Incalculable. Be sure and ask
for Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
rVri BOES' gt'HOPEiN.
John T. Jones, Kinsley, Kan.; Sllva
ntiiman. Cincinnati, Ohio; J. P. Adair,
Chicago; L.K. l.evy,LoLuiiaa; H. Henry,
Jr.. I'lttHburg, reun.i;.M. noir, iwnver;
C. K. Van Bergen. Boston; Peter V. Hig
gins, Santa Ke; Mrs. S. K. Johnston. 8. K.
JobuHlou. Kl Paso; C. Kercher, bt. Louis.
C. Bing'.am, WIiihIow; C. A. Mullally,
Lne Angeles; A. K. Hilton, Topeka; A. A.
(illilw, St. l'aul, Minn.; M. Murray, Ureen
Bay. Wis ; Mrs. C. r. Hlackinglon. So
corro; li 11. Powers, Colorado hprlugs.
HI or a ror Sala.
One bay mare pony, white face, hind
feet white, branded V Lou right side ot
neck, have harness and saddle marks; one
mouse colored norse pony, iew wuu
hairs In face, an indistinct brand on left
hip, harneee mark k will be sold to the
highest bidder In front ot city building,
Thursday, Kebrnary 17, Bt 11 o'clock a.m.
W. K. CohekT, Marshal.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriages, Road Carta, Spring Wagons, Victoria!,
Buggiea, Phaetons, Etc., tor Sale. : : J
Addrega W. L. TRIMBLE A TO, Alr,noT.roTi, Now -ilro
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Iron and Braes Oast itis Or, Coal and Lumbar Oars 1 Bhaftlng, Pulleys, Orate Bars
Babbit atetaJ I Columns and Iron Fronu ror dou ucirai nepajrs ra
Mining and Mill Maobuiry a Bpaclalty.
FOUNDRY: hiQE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUOUEHQUE, N, M.
. -ut.r.f graatat Cnrat, ti
jf pm ao. kwui-a
; boaM-lt saaa
' I Rustura'a aaa
- tare, la ratata
aiuno.a . H.xa aaaa v ova aaaaf waoMllaajuS
aj Mr Tnaa
Laara aa.ai taia graav paa, aw ii laian
J. H. O'Rielly & Co..
WHOLESALE aaJ RETAIL DRUGGIST?,
ALBUOUEROUE. NE w" MEXICO
Liberal Discount to the Trade
Attoruey K. W. Clancy Is suffering
from such severe pains lu his bead that
he Is conUued to his room.
HruMs are the proper thing for dress
trimming. IUeld's have all kinds.
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co.
lu the ran, lonirtlinea a ronrlnu, buzln,
nuiiil, are cauii-il by catarrh, Uial eicendiii(l)
dltugreaahle and vary otniiiiiuu dUoaae. lai
of tiu.ll or bearing alto reault Iruio ratarrh
Huod'a Maraaparllla, Ui. great lilood purifier, It
a peculiarly iuu-eanful r.nieriy for Uilt dlaaaa
which It eurae hy purtfyliii the blood.
Hood's PHI are the kaataftar dlnasr plOs
aaalil dlnoaUou, pravsut eoMUcaUon.
vHlGHUKD GREENHOUSE j
Cur. tiulrt Ava. ami Arno St.
MRS, J. C. MARSHALL.
Naw T.lautaaoa No. 4.
XVE ao loafer supply ear seeds to dealers t
' sell aln. At the same time, any
one who has bought our seeJs of their
local dealer during either i8j6 or 1807 will
he sent our Maousl ol M Evcrytnlnf, lor the
Uardes " lor lhM rnrn provided they
apply by letter I'lvLC 0nd give the
name of the local merchant from v. bora
they bouht. To all others, this magnifi
cent Msnasl, every copy of which costs us
JO cests to place In your hands, will be sent
free on receipt of 10 cents (stamps) tocover
postage. Nothing like this Maoual ha
ever been seen here or abroad ; It is a book
of 200 pages, contains 600 engravings of
seeds and plants, mostly new, and these are
supplemented by full size colored plates
of tne best novelties of the season, finally,
OUR "SOUVENIR" SEED COLLECTION
will also be sent without charee to all appli
cants sending 10 cts. for the Masual who will
state where they saw this advertisement.
Pwlal CarS Arlkallaa Will lacaKa N Ailwika.
A. K. WALKER,
Stcrettrj latutl Building luoclitloo,
Offioa at J. O. HaMrlrigVa l.niubar Yard.
fcUut-atw luur lluw.l. Willi s.csrrla.
Cantly t'raiiarili-, oun- i-nmiiiatinn (rover.
lOo.Ko. 1( C. C C. fall, drutfKihia rtluud uiuuai-
or ti'.-.t- "
4 V J! VI
Last week of embroidery sale, llou't
overlook it au Kcunouilst pointer.