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Both tlio motbrxl and rrmilu when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it in flraeant
ml refreshing to the tante, and acta
ffentlyyet promptly on theKlNncy,
Liver and Iiowcln, cleanee tlio nya
tem effectually, d'mprU eoMn, head,
ache and fevers and cure habitual
oonntipntinn. Synip of Fig it the
only remedy of it kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tlio tante ana ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
it action and truly beneficial in its
effects, pretared only from tlie moot
healthy and agreeable nubfltanoea, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
feyrup of Figs is for snle in 60
cent bottlos by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
$w mumsixo. cl
loumnu. Mr. mm roK. ar.
Tmim mt Snhwrrlptloa.
fMtly, br mall, one year 00
lally. br mall, all month H 8 OO
tally, by mail, thrpe months 1 fu
lily. by mail, one month 60
llaily. by cartlrr. one month 7r
Wrt kly, by mail, per yrar 9 (mi
Thk Daily Citixkn will be rlrllvrrfrl In
the city at the low rate nf i rrma per week,
Sr for 7A rents per month, when paid monthly.
Iiee tales are lea. than thoc of any othe.
dally paper In the territory.
ArVKHTIMINt HATR8 ma.le known 01
application at the ufllce of publication.
TtlK C1TIZKN )ob ciflice laonenf the bet'
In the southwest, anil all kinls of fob print.
In- la riecuteil with neatness and at lowed
THK BINDKKY, j'it ailrlerl la complete
and m I'll titled to do any kind of binding.
THK CITI.r.N will be handled at the ottire
Hulm. riplion. will lie collecttJ by II. II.
Til. ton. or can tie paid at the otbte.
NOTICK la hereby lven that orders rlvee
by employe upon The L'itiish will nm
be honored unless previously eodoraed by tlie
THK CITIZKN Is nn sale at the following
places In Hie city! 8. K. Newcomer. 'J I J
Railroad rrnur; 1 1 aw ley's Nt-wi lfpi. South
Second triMrtj O. A. Mton h .'', No 'Jul.
Kitilrotvl avtrnur, and Hurvvy't huting Houm
At Ui depot.
THK I KKK LIHT-The iW Hit nf Thk
ClTlKN rmtiHi fi Ntituni of Hull,, Mstr
Hnjrr. t unrnila, lrnthn, Church Srrvicentl
kulf rtttiumrntp whrrr nn almtMelon tpclinrtied.
UUilihS A MiC KHHiH'l,
III. VKAMCIS CUIIWKIN,
OKrlCK AND NKHIDKNCK 430 West
(Id BTenue. Iloursi tu 10 a. m, a to
snd 7 to 8 p. m,
.Special sttention liven tn general aurcery.
Automatic Telephone VV'4.
dks. hihhop a manor,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND
Surgeons -Oftice and residence over post.
fifllce. Old Telephone New Telephone
Ml. Mrs. Marlon Hishop. M. L., oftics biiur,
to 6 p. m. tr-ink D. Illahop, M, I)., oU'c
hour atnlOi.ni.. an4 1 to II and 7 to B p. m.
Take elevator at Whltney'a.
JOHN TAHCBBK, M. ..
PHYSICIAN AND 8l'H(KON--omr snd
residence, 07 north Mb street. Hour, I
Inland 6:30 to 7iho p.m. Special aitentlrn
irlven tn clironlc and dleae vf women. Ud
t-l .phone. 98. I'alla made tn davtlre in y
H. D. JOHMHOM,
AHCtllTKCT-Hlant. tpeoiacatlnn and es
timates Punished for all claase M bnild.
Inr and arcbitectural work. UBice: Sufi Wrs
lAITIKIIst BASTS RIMY,
OF KICK and residence. No. 41 West liold
avenue. Telephone Nn SH. (Jdice boon
l 0 a. m. 1 :3 i to D UO uid 7 tn S p. m.
li. H. Kasterdav. M. U I S. hart.rdnv. M. D.
W. u. Horn, at llM
-IKVICK HOl'HX-Untll t. m. and frnm
l 1 io to 8 :B0 snd frnm 7 tn p. m. Ott.cs
snd residence. SHO WiM ((old avenns, Alba
quernne, N. M.
K. 4, ALUICK, U. U. a.,
DhNTIST Oftice, rooms t and 4. Whltlns
block, corner tiold avenue and Second
street, orbre boar, 8 a. m. to la lSp.m.,
and 1 :1ft to r:80 p. m.
RtKSAHU S. KOIItT,
ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Albnqiierqne, N.
M. Prompt attenlton (Iven to all buatneas
pertaining to tl'e prrfrnlon. Will practice In
all court id the territory aud belore the Lotted
Btatee land uUice.
WILLIAM l. LICK,
ATTOKNKY-AT I.AW. Oftice. room 7,
N. T. Annuo builditiR. Will practice In
all the court of the territory.
TTOHNKYS-AT LAW. Albuqueroue. N.
M. t irtice, rooms 6 and a), t'lnit National
K. W. II, HHVAN
TTOHNKY-AT-LAW, Albiiquerqiie, N.
L al. I nine, row National hank building.
KKAMK W. CLAMCC,
TTOHNhY-AT-LAW. room S and ,
il T. Amnio building, Albuquerque, N. M
B. W. IM'-BSON.
Y AT-I.AW. (Mil
VTTOKNKY AT-I.AW. OlUce over Hob
erwon' ariM-erv store, Albuquerque, N. M.
t or People That Are
Sick or "Just Don't I
only on ros a ooai.
RemevM Pimpist. sural NssdacM, Oytpeptls tn4
Ctlvesss. 2ftct a Imis si drunrl.il ur lrBial
tNuupiss rss, aadrssi Or SasanksCa. I'hlla. ,
WANTKI-l TKl(illTAM) KAITHKUL
Kentlemen or ladle to travel for reton-
ible chtutiliMhed houae In Albuquerque, N.M.
Monthly, $iiA and eipentte Himition ateaily.
Kctcretice. Kncloite t-il -addrewietl tMinted
envrlope. 1 be Uoinimou Company, Liept.
K. Chii ago.
Trio Pcrfumo of Violets
The purltv of the lily, the rln "f the ro,
and thu tlu.h of llle combine lu Poaauai's
Ili'Uilly la lllootl Deep,
( liun Idooil iiii.iiii a (lean lin. o
iNuiily Hilhoiit il. 1 Hie iiit'U, I alldy Cullmr-In-
ilmn ),,ui I,i,hm and kiili II clean, by
alimiiK up tin! I.iy liter ami ilnving all itn
IMilitiiH In. in the Univ. Hcpu to diiy to
l.ulil.li Hlll.lea, l.oiU, , , I,, ,, l.larklieaila,
nnd tlmt . kly liilmiia e,,in.lexi..ii by tiiking
( .iwuieiN,-biMiny for ten ceiiia. All drug
Ljila, ..l.f i'.k liun guurunieed, Itic, 2je, fliic.
Win for Male,
Native, wins, pure and litmltliful, at
only 50 ruU a Kallon at C. A. (irauile'i
iv uortn Hroanway.
Iti.iri T .lii'rd .t uj fcu.okr lnur I. lie An;,
To 'itr.l l,.l':,i-(i) e.iH.ly mid (urever. t e tnaa
I . Hi, lull of til,:, itervo and wg,r, Uike No To
l. Hie ami.ler W'.rl i r, that rnaUi-4 weak men
triing All drii.v'iMli, Mki or II. Cure ir'iarao
tei ,1 lioukU-l aiid attmple free. AddreMS
Htc rllni Kemedy Co. Chicago or New York,
II Ig heat Caah frli- Paid
Kor furniturs, sUive-i, earpritn, elothlng,
xruiiKH, rinrurMi, (utdillHrt, Htiom. eto
llurl'H, 117 (ioM aveuiiri, next to WellH
Kurgu Kipretw olllco. rk e uie beture you
utiy or Men.
A tiottle r itinhI old llmior mar sonie-
tlnien prevent twrloiiH UIiihhm In a finnlly.
You ran get tli very bewt at iowrttt
priLvs at A. Louibardo h.
NewBulta ot furniture cliear tlian
appoud hand at Kutrell'a.
Crockery and glawiwara. Whitney Ca
The Sister Territory Supplies Our
Readers With Good Paragraphs.
BRIiVITICS CULLED PROM OUR EXCHANGES.
I'mni the Argua.
KhenlT rtattron went to Kort DrQane
atur Navajo Indian who killed a Moqul
nillan north ot her about January 1.
Reraral Phonnlx awntleioen ar here
prfwritlng plans aud siMMSiU.-alious (or
ths rnurt houao and jail. In be built tn
the) near future..
Mr. Underwood, who was awaidxd the
Fort Apache mail contract, arrived from
Mlssf.urt to look over his future field of
operation, and also to make arrange
ment (or ub-liutiig It,
Tuesday evening last alias Vina Dcs-
pain and Mr. liob Morris were united In
msrrtairs al lloilirimk by Judge Jackson.
rhe ceremony took place at the hotel and
was witueNeed by Mr. and Mrs. Staufer
and a few of the bride's relatives.
Mrs. Ruth Kameey, ot Woodruff, left
for Demlng, where she will meet her
husband. They are Intending to make
their future home somewhere In Meileo.
They have him la of friends here who wish
Iheia every possible success.
A letter received recently from K. J. K.
Home by a friend stated that he was en
route to New York with his bride. He
will return to 1'reecott early in March.
Peter Weou, formerly of rreecott, was
among the wrecked paxsrnger of tlio
steamer Corona, en route to Altteke.
Tlie rraiy man brought In from Jerome
was examined and adjudged Insane. He
refuws to give his UHiue or to talk and
no one in the Verle vulley, or about Je
nnie, knows him.
P. J. Md'iirmick returned from a visit
The Committee appointed Thursday
evening to raise money for Cuba secured
tj8 or one dollar for every sailor that
went down on the cruiser Maino In Ka
From the Herald.
Work on the addition to the store room
of Isuae Barth is being punned vigorously
by the contractors, William and K. T.
Ilolgate, and It Is expected that It will be
ready for occupancy at a very early date.
The many friends of Mrs. Mary C
Scott, of this place, who Is spending the
winter In Phoenix, will be rejoiced that
her health Improved, and that she bids
fair to return In the spring almost, It not
entirely restored to health.
Mr. Lee, ot Luna Valley, N. M., was lu
St. J inns the early part ot the week.
While here be accompanied those two en-
thuHiantle Dlmroda, Ir. W. S. Piatt and
Prime T. Coleman, on an expedition af
ter the festive but elusive duck.- The
party secured quite bunch, ot which
Mr. Lee had four to his credit.
Jnee (Urdu and Miguel Liuraii, of St.
Johns, have dispoeed ot all their cattle.
running in the "J. 0." aud "M. L."
brands, numbering about six hundred
head. The deal was consummated on
lust Tutaday, the buyer being Mr. J. J.
Rrophy.of Clayton, New Mexico, who was
arting as ageut (or Mrs. Uurau, of Colon
county, New Mexico. The price paid was
till per head, all around, for everything
that stands upon four legs at the time ot
delivery. The work ot gathirlng the
stock will be commenced the latter part
of next May, aud ti e cattle are to be
ready for delivery at Las Pilas ranch
early lu June. Messrs. Garcia aud Uurau
will lu the future give their undivided
attention to their extensive sheep luter
Pnpreme court sill meet In Phoenix
uext Weilueeday, when decisions In a
number of cases will be reudereil.
There Is considerable complaint emong
stockmen of the slow progress of the live
stock commission In deciding upon brand
K lson Carey, of New York city, was
appointed commissioner of deeds tor Arl
toua. J. M. Burnett, ot Phoenix, was
appointed notary public.
Lester Jurkson has returned from a
trip to Chihuahua, Mexico, where he went
to exanilue some gold properties. He
also visited some mines In Pima couuty
on his returu.
Kastern capitalists are preparing
grouuds, near Phoeulx, for a mammoth
hotel aud park. There will be ten miles
of road built and forty miles ot trees
planted by them.
Articles ot Incorporation of the Nor
man Mining company were filed in the
olllce of the territorial secretary. The
incorporators are Anson Hilton, U. L.
ftllton, A.J.Kennedy, W. 8. Kgan and
Samuel McCall, all San Krancisco par
ties. Joseph Mulhutton received a letter
from B. K. Prltchard, of Los Angeles, who
lately clotted a contract for the erection
of smelter on Humbug creek, sayiug
that the construction will be begun soon
and the first run will be made before
May 1. The capacity at the beginning
will be forty tons.
The board ot supervisors completed the
purchase of the poor farm. The site se
lected is the Hurley tract, embracing l'W
acres, three and a half miles southwest ot
the city, and which was appraised by the
committee at '1,400. The price paid by
the county was (il.iloO. The greater part
of the acreage Is In alfalfa.
Miss Palsy lUudal returned to Phoenix
from 8priugtlc)ld, Mass., where she has
been teaching physical culture. It will
be remembered that Miss KanJal went
to Boritou some years ago to study ora
tory. It Is understood that Miss itaudul
will remain lu the city until fall and will
no doubt secure a large clans In physical
M. P. Moors, deputy internal reveuue
collector, ret u rued from the south. He
said that Nogales was particularly lively,
a building boom beiug ou. At Blsbee he
speut four days. This, to his mlud, was
the biggest copper camp in Arixeua aud
Is growing lu Importauoe dally, Pro-
greseloa was the watchword at Tucson.
With ths wedge out that town would
The seven month old baby of Mr. and
Mrs, Oeorge Boston was drowned In a
most peculiar manner. While the par
ents were out ot the room the little boy
fell Into a tub ot water. When the par
ents arrived on the scene the little fellow
was dead. Dr. Mclntyre who was called
could do nothing as consequence. The
funeral took plitoe from the residence in
the southeastern part of the city.
W. II. Harmon was examined by Pro
bate Judge Croue and adjudged Insane.
The complaining witness was Mrs. Atsey
Harmon, wife ot ths unfortunate man.
Mr. Harmon was Brut atBirted at his
home at Bellgman, Yavapai comity,
where Mrs. Harmon conducts ths section
boue at that point tor ths railroad com
pany. He came to this city for medical
treatment a short time ago but Instead
of Improving c lullnued to grow worse.
He Is hsrmless, his ailmeut being soften
ing of the brain, lis Is nnable to arti
culate sensibly, and cannot under
stand questions asked him. It la thought
he cannot live long.
rrea or Chart to anrr.
Cut this out and take it to your drug
gist and get a sample boltls free of Dr.
King's New Mscovery. for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. They do not aek you
to buy before trying. This will show von
the great merits ot this truly wonderful
remedy, and show you what rau be ac
complished by the regular size bottle.
This Is no experiment, and would be dis
astrous to the proprietors did they not
know it would Invariably cure. Many of
the beet physicians are now using it In
their practice with great results, and lire
relying on It in moat severe rases. It Is
guaranteed. Irial bottles free at any
drug store. Regular site 50 cents and
tl. J. II. O'kteily & Co.
Table Showing number Now Llvlor la
The following Interesting statistics
show the number ot Indians now In
Mohaves st Mohave 77
Mobavea at Mohave fort. 7oo
Mohave at Needlea 0M7
Chime liuevls 1-41
MiKiula (Pueblo) tf.O'il
1'lttias (tills renervstlon) S,7'JS
Martcopae (tiila reservation) - ana
Maricopa (Salt Kiver reservation) MS
t'lina (.alt Kiver reservation! S-tS
fapairos Hills Kiver reservation) 75
I'ltpMifos (Noiuiidicl l.soo
I'apauoa (San Xavl.-r reaervatlon) Mt
I'apiuiiai (I'eerleas Well) H4
Coyotero Apache eiy
Sau Carlos Apache l.lHft
lento Attache Hhrt
White Mountain Apache 1.7MH
Mohave Apai he Bol
Yuma Apache M
Suppal, unattached Id N avajo. 810
THEY. WKHK INDICTED.
The Ntala'a Paaa Tnala Kobbara Triad thta
Special to The Citizen.
Silver City. N. M , Keb. Sl.-Tbe lulled
States grand jury has returned an In
dictment agalust the Ave men arrested
for holding up the Southern Pacific pas
senger train at Stein's Pass a short time
ago, In which one man was killed. Judge
Parker placed them uuder 1 10,000 bonds
each, but as they could not furnish ball
they were remanded Into the custody of
l ulled States Marshal Koraker. Train
robbing Is cspital puulshment In this
territory. The men will be tried on the
coming Wednesday or Thursday at Silver
ror Over rifiy Vaara.
An Old and W kix-Tkiku Kkukdy.
Mrs. WliiHtuw'e ri.mlhiiig Syrup has
beeu used for over UUr veara bv millions
of mothers (or their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, aud Is the beet remedy
for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taMa.
Sold by druirglHts In every part ot the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its
value s Incalculable. Be sure and ask
for Mrs. WIiihIow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
WAKTI.il. r)K ALK AMD K1ST,
Wanted To rent four or five-room
house. Address C. O. Cushmau, city.
Wanted -Household goods aud gents'
clothing. Whitten, ill tfold avenue.
Wanted The use nf saddle pony for Its
keeping. Address )r. J. K. Wood, city.
Wanted Salesmeu tor cigars; $125 a
month and expenses; experience un
necessary; inducements to customers. C.
C Hitdiop X Co., 81. Louis, Mo.
Two Kent Six-room and three room
houses, furnished or unfurnished. W.
Kor Sale A set of entirely new five
ounce Inning gloves, cheap. Knquire at
Kor Sale A small store, with stock
and fixtures, cheat). Addrees, W.
To Sell Two modern 3 room cottages;
two horses; three wagons; all kinds of
household good. W. V. Kutrelle.
Cows tor sale I have several good
milkers; kind and geutie. Address John
K. Jarvts, postollice box U4, or call at
residence No, 4CJ west Silver aveuue.
Nolle of KlMolullua of fartoerahlp.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned,
that the firm existing uuder the name
and style of Leon B. Stern A Company
(consisting of Ion B. Htern and Solo
mon Helller), doing a general merchan
dise business In Hie City of Albuquerque,
New Mexico, is this day dissolved, by
mutual consent. The said Leou B. Stern
having purchased the entire interest of
the said Soiomnu W eiller In ths conoeru
aud said Leon B. Stern to collect all ac
counts and Indebtedness due said firm,
aud assumes all liabilities.
I.Kon B. Htkiin.
Albuquerque, N. M., Keb. IB, lM'.w.
Those who took advantage of tlie spec
ial sale of men's pants at K. L. Wash
burn & Co.'s, will testify that tbey re
ceived great value fur their money. They
have a tew choice uumtrs left. Don't
fall to Inspect them.
Don't forgot the "(ireen Krout Shoe
Store," No. 113 Railroad avenue, William
Chaplin; cheapest and best place to get
shoes and repairing dous ou the shortest
CAT. JACI CRAWFORD.
Tbli Girted Entertainer, From Off the
Plain!, Here Mirct 2.
After the Philharmonic concert, s' tre
opera house to-morrow night, the nxl
big attraction at ths Grant will be the
appearance ot ('apt. J.trk Crawford, "The
Poet Seoul," on March 'J, under the aus
pices of the Woman's Belief Corps. The
following Is, au extract from a letter
from FU. Rev. William Alexander, l. D,
Lord bishop of Derry aud Kaphire:
"I had the pleasure ot being present a
Captain Crawford's entertsinmi ni la-t
night an I of moving a vote of thanks to
him. lie had an audience In our guild
hall nf probably one thousand tieople,
and held them without a break for up
ward of two hours. Home reminiscence
he has enshrined in ballad and snatches
of poetry not unworthy of Bret llarte,
and he reads admirably. He ts an earnest
abstainer, and some ot his experiences as
he tells theiu are likely to be more eflVi
ive than any platform speeches to which
I have ever listened. He is au unusual
reromiteur, a real poet lu bis own line,
full of art and patlioe, with a sense ol
religion at once bright, real and hopoful.
I will) this line to a mutual friend In
case Captain Crawford should ever wish
to use II. My language Is the simple
and honest expression, of admiratlun for
a man of genius, who has made himself
what he Is under every disadvantage."
Krotn everywhere come words of praise
for Chamtierliiln's Cough Remedy. "Al
low me to congratulate you on the mer
its of your remedy. It cured ms of
chronic bronchitis when ths doctor could
do nothing tor me." Charles K. Ilemel.
Toledo, Ohio, Kor sale by all druggists.
Rosa: stiixwa vospani.
('4niletttl ftTae;as!mt al Oparaj Unas
and Played al llerhaelrloa Halt
Ths Koae Stlllmau Stork company
Completed Its engagemeut at the opera
house In this city by playing the beauti
ful Irish drama, "Mavourueen" to large
and appreciative audience Saturday
ulght. Ail ths members of the company
sustained the brilliant reputations they
had made on the two previous evenings.
The Rose Stlllinan company Is composed
of artists of ths first magnitude and Is
unquestionably the beet popular price
company that has appeared In Albuquer
que tor years. All the specialties Intro
duced are ot a high order and add very
much to ths attractiveness of the enter
tainment. Yesterday the company gave a matinee
performance at the Orchestrion hall In
old town, whih attracted a large au-
Hence. The Company played ' The
Flowers of the Forest," a five-act comedy.
and introduced dancing and singing
specialties. In the evening the com
pany again played at ths Orchestrion
hall, rendering the sensational drama.
"Ujieen's Kvidenre," In five acts.
Tlie company left this morning for Sil
ver City, where they make their next ap
pearance. Their speedy return to Albu
qnerque Is the wish of the great num
ber who hail the pleasure of seeing
them this time.
Who would prescribe only
tonic and bitters for weak f
puny child ? Its muscles and
nerves arc so thoroughly ex- Z
hausted that they cannot be J
whipped Into activity. The
child needs food a blood-
and muscle-building; food. jt
! Scott's Emulsion
of Cod-Liver Oil Is all of this, $
and you still have a tonic in
the hypophosphites of lime
and soda to act with the food.
For thin and delicate children
there is no remedy superior
to It in the world. It means a
growth, strength, plumpness
and comfort to them. Be sure $
you get SCOTT'S Emulsion.
Joe. and St .oo, all druggittl. T
b-ATT ji nntL'wr rh.mi.i. V...L w
TOMMY INSLKV, THE IIIAlKTIH.
His Wire, at l r liana. III., Would I.Ik to
Hear f-rum Hint.
Wis. Thomas liialey, wife ot a former
wife-deserter ot this city, has written to
friends here Inquiring of ths where
abouts of her hushsnd. A short time
after Iusley and his woman (not his wifei
were put out of the Kergussoii Hook and
Ladder compuny's ball he left for Loe
Angeles, where he revelled In the smiles
of the woman known as Mrs. Curtis
They left Los Augeles a few weeks later,
aud a few days ago Touiy Ortix, who ar
rived from Chihuahua, Mexico, stated flint
he saw lnsley there. Mrs. Iusley Is at l r
liana, 111, with her three children, and
she "would like to learn from some kind
friends the reason that her Tommy has
throwu her aside, as she was always a
goid wife (o him."
Special to The C'ltueii,
Kl Paso. Keb. il.-K. P. Lowe, the pro
prletor of the Kl Paxo Tribune, has open
ly repudiated J. H. Hitch, who was for
merly connected with that paper but Is
now a fugitive from justice In Mexico,
charged with a violation of the antl
polygamy law. Mr. Iwe signed the bond
tor ."oo by which Kitch regained his lib
erty and was enabled to leave the
(iordou I). Pearce aud wife, nee Miss
Olive Jennings, arrived from Kl Paso last
ulght. The Herald, In coniiiiHutiug on
their marriage, says:
Kditor (i irdou V. Pearce, of the Albu
querqiie Democrat, who came dovtu from
the "Duke City" the other day, was very
quiet about what be was here for. Hut
he was noticed weai ing a continual smile
along with his 'store clothes," aud the
curls from his cigar seemed to reuVt a
placid, self satisfactory air upon his
nirvn mmm vr i r it,ttfy ftN, )rtw
TVrtnmmw. irnf tnrt tin r.(nr-anian
1 i rv-svaauu aiirTi-rtri r fiot fiin f ln
PlMWtllla. CV PI UK N t I tin ruilT nt.wti
aim. A wrlllsr-n rtinranu-t gtTftQ J'1 Bi'intif n-lurntMi If all txili flot-a Oca
(iiftf ft UU. luF k.UU, bjr UVeUi Mtuktl (of iU CA-UlftT oJ trailiraMiiftlt
For Sale at Walton'g Drat: S'ore.
Adonls-llks features. Then Kditor
I'earce seemed more or leas absent
m o led. and was noticed several
times to take a stand at the head of Kl
Paso street and gas fixedly, rlvetcdly as
it were, towards the aiex. can Central
b Idge. Several ol hi t. tends wondered
ali.ii was up; was he i.r. piirttig to niak
a due tor the new Klondike down in
Cs as tirandes aud rettuu a liione)etl
Ins problem has been solved. A blight
young woman named Miss Olive A. Jen
nings accompanied by her parents., n.
.leiiiiings and wife, t f I tty ot Mexico,
tiiy'i el last evening from the Mexirsii
i i nt al Si Mill, and Hie greeting betweeu
i lie ed lor and the fair damsel suggested
more thsu merely casual acquaintance.
I he sequel to the tale came to-tlayatll
a. m , wh.n the quartet repaired to St.
Clement's church, where RectoT Martin
made Miss Jeiiulngsover into Mrs. Pearce
with a very pleasant ceremony, and the
happy couple will go north lu a day or
so, to Albuquerque, where many con
gratulations await them.
Prena Valle lil-Mlns
Sisrlal to the lltiii-n.
Koawcll, ,V M., Keb. 21.-A party of
surveyors has left here to commence the
surveying for ths Pecirn Valley rail rood
to Washburn, Tex. They will do the
cross-sectioning and the other prellml
nary work necessary to get It lu readi
ness for actual construction.
ROYAL AfUH MASONS
Temporary Organization Here Last Sat
rdsy Night The Officers,
A convention ot delegates from Hie
several chapters ot Kojal Arch Masons In
tin territory, met at Masonic hall, at 8
o'clock, last Saturday night, for the pur
pose of taking the preliminary steps to
wards the organisation of a Koyal Arch
Chapter for New Mexico.
The session was quite lengthy, a con
stitution, by-laws and rules of order tor
the government ot th e new body was
adopted, and ths principal officers were
elected, as follows:
YY. II. Beamon, ot Socorro, Grand High
John W. Poe.of Roe well, Deputy Grand
Kugene Cosgrove, ot Silver City, Grand
John Hill, of Las Vegas, Grand Scribe.
Johu Corbett, or Demiug, Grand Treas
urer, aud A. A. Keen, of Albuquerque,
The proceedings will be submitted to
the General Grand High Priest ot the
Urand Koyal Arch Chapter ot the lulled
States, and It approved, the organisation
will go Into eft ict at the next meeting of
the Masonic Graud Lodge In October
next, In this city.
Tlie several chapter were represented
as follows: Santa Ke, Col. Max. Krost
aud T.J. Currant Silver City, Robert
Black; Las Vegas, John S. Clark aud Dr.
II. M. Smith; Albuquerque, A. A. Keen,
Dr. Chamberlain aud K. 8. Stover,
Demlng, Carl Hagen ; Raton, A. C. Cecil ;
Socorro, R. C. Stewart, Krnest L. Browne
and W. 11. Seanun; Kosweil, John W.
The convention adjourned at 11 :50 p.
m., to meet agalu at the call of the chair.
TO DIRK A CO I. II IK ON K DAT
Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets.
an urugiBi reiumi me money ir It rails
to cure. i"c The geuulue has L. B. U.
ou each tublet.
SHB WAS "FIRED."
A Tescher la the Osborne District
Comes to Grief.
The young lady principal ot the Os
borne school, two miles north ot Phoenix,
on Center street, has been relieved of her
school duties by the trustee and tlie mat
ter reported to the county superintendent,
together with ths name of seven patrons
who will testify In the ease, say the
Phoenix Gatetle. J. K. Butter, who
taught the Madison school last year, was
hired by the board aud took charge ot the
According to the reports received from
the Osborue district, a species of anarchy
has prevailed among the scholars. They,
In fact, did pretty much as they pleased.
even going so far as to leap In aud out of
the wludows during school hours. The
teacher, it Is stated, kept unseasonable
hours at night and was extremely dila
tory In the mornings. She kissed her
b-iati lu the presence of her pupils and
uwd slang and bail Kuglish In the school
room. The scholars were allowed to be
turbulent aud unruly. Hits taught live
in ml he and then the crushed worm (1. e..
the patrons) turned and made a change.
Hiram H. Lee. Deliver: Joseph K.
rimith, SsH-orro; ('has. T. Springer, las
Vegas; Allien J. Oils, K. rtehti. Silver
Oily; M. K ami A. H. Karrell, Chicago.
THK llll, HUM),
('has. Norman, Alton, 111.; II. K. HI got,
Dolores; II. R. Ilrady, Kansas City; Cliosia
Vtisemun, Montana; A. Devlue, Han Mur-
ciul; S. M. Dullard and wife. New York.
D. L. (iixslhart. Los Angeles; II. B.
(Midi. St. Louis; Jus. J. Carues. New
York; II Newman, Gallup; J. YV. Bennett,
lloucks, A. T.; T. 11. Clements. Cerrillos;
Dr. W . H. Plowman, Illaud, N. M.; It. li.
VundeWHter, Madison, Wis.; L. Skinner,
( hillll; II. H. VYheelock. St. Louis; K. T.
Mowers, Kansas City; U. K. Hturgls, Ral
( I more; V ictor Sum, Casa Colorado;
Mrs. K. H. Harlow. Gallup. New Mexico!
Kiuncis Postlethewaite, New York; J. IL
I amy, Kl Paso; John Hway. Allecsy, Ore.;
11. ('. Gortner, Max Kroel, SauU Ke; John
S, Clark, Las Vegas; Kd. Chambers, K. H.
I'uniruL lst Angeles; W. K. Dame. Cer
rillos; C. II. Willis. Milwaukee; VY. Half
bitt, KlagstalT; John YV. Poe, Kosweil, Y
M ; Will Heainon and wife, Sia-orro; K.
A. Townseml, Deuver; George W. Oakley,
J. YV. Hurton, a prominent attorney ot
Salt Lake City, I'tah, passed through the
city last Thursday for the west, and will
return to this city to-morrow or Wednes
day evening. Ho was here about three
years ago, wheu he was the clerk of the
appellant court at Mt. Vernon, 111, The
gentleman is a particular friend of Con
Hiram II. L:u. a well-known insurance
agent and adjuster, Is at ths Grand Cen
tral from Deuver.
M. K. and A. .i. Karrell, of Chicago,
have their names uu the (iruud Ceutral
I Ttildf rttfU VfLftliM
f viuUavrr.Uiwur! ni
li-.n bl ft 'fttU'Miaj f rt-nrb ,'i.YhJ. utii, li quicHiy nurv vmi f all ui-r
V'tia or u -. t,f u. i uwliv i.rt,"si. m u m lt Umi.U'-
Il.ntJlniiltV, i'Mli.a III ttm i- , Mt iiiUtaU .UiUDll, Nerrvoti, lNtliltr
F iiiifN. Vitlstiii.w t Umtry, l--sli.viiaUi.kt lifeilnn, Vri'(M'la tVieW
l'oni(ijiatliit. 1 1 s)U,i. Mil liMMt-ti tir ilv nr IHK lL P'cvviiia (itiM.
lit n .if tl M-liarvi . w Im li If m.t i-i V. IfautM Ui HnrriiatnrrliiMak siit
,,r,iry irvia' ttU Uuutil lU
- 'tor lit iHi'Musev nlr
rvuirnl lu cir WUL
r in ih-4-mums ninotr Pr rmn mr imnriivi wni
ItsHJt ft IS f Me rsttftJlS, llinfMM
V .' Oood hahlta,
alr I I nrmniiii iemr(
I-' y f cation are ths
B f LJ three reat eon.
h-alili la the trrateM
beantifier. Neither a
' . Q man nor a woman ran
f- hve an attractive person
'J alitv who nflVr from III.
health. If II were not foe
iiorder of the dijestlve ora-ana, nine,
tenth of lite medical book in the world
pnttld lie aafi-ly destroyed. Not only th
minor maladi, but the malnrtty of seHnna
rti-eoa hav.- tlo-ir inception in a rtiaorder
?d d- Htton Consttntptinn Is tindoulitedly
the ni,.Ht dmoiv enemy with which msav
kind has tn coniend. Like all other wast
ing diseases, It has Its otisHn In disorders
nf the die-estlee ortrsns. As a result of these
dinird'-r, llic appetite fss off; the life fiv
Ine elrment of the food are not properly
iitiiUt-d ; the lilood becomes thin and Im
pure', and all the tissues of the hod? art im
perii rtly and improperly nourished; the
lnns been ne cVnrned with Inert, half dead
tissues that off.-r an attractive soil for the.
invasion of the t'tmi of eonumitlon. It
hs lieen anid Ihotisnnds nf limes that Con
liimption is innttalile. It is not.
Ninety-eijht per pent, of all cases of con
sumption are cored bv Dr. Tierce's Gntdea
Medical Discovery. It corrects all disorders
of the ditrestive organs, invif orates the liver
nd makes the appetite keen and the assim
ilation perfect; tl makes aesr blood, pnre
blood, and lots of it. It builds new and
healthy tissue. It I the rtest flesh hnllder.
It acts directly on Ihe lungs, drivinr out all
impurities and disease germs. Thousand
have testified to Its merita. All good drug,
lists keep It
) W. ftirnhsrt, of Hrt. 44 rieWIrt Street. Buf.
lain, N. V.. writes: "A I hav not anawerrd
f..tr UM letter yet. I will now wrlie to voa. I
n,.k Itr. Plerre'a floMen Mrtllral ilcoverv for
ei-rems. and it e.irrd ate. I ca a always Sad a
fnud word for Dr. Here."
flood health la th best endowment.
Those who hav it cannot be too careful to
preserve It. Constipation la ths worst
enemy of rood health. It ransea neatly
very disorder known to physicians, Pr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta are a sure, swift,
sf and permanent cor for constipation.
One. little Pellet " is a irntle laialiv. and
two a mild cathartic. They Beyer gripe.
Drufglita ai.ll them.
Dipping tauk. Whitney Co.
Lamps and trimming. Whitney Co.
Reed that new advertisement of the
Novelties In our queens ware depart
ment. Whitney Co.
Fifty piece of new gingham on die
play at the Kcononilat.
Old brandy, rye or bourbon only 13 per
gallon at A. Lonibardo's.
Hlgheet nMeea paid for gent' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Gold avenue.
The very best maple syrup only 41.25
per gallon at A. Lombardo's.
Insure your life In the Kqultable. Wal
ter N. I'arkhurst, general manager
Last week of embroidery sale. Don't
overhsik itan Kcouomist pointer.
Liberty chiffons, something new, at
the (ioitlen Utile Dry Goods company.
Oo to H aim's bartasr shop for good, up-to-date
work. N. T. Arniljo building.
Kememtier the second-hand store of J.
0. tildeon A Co., on north Klrst street.
Fresh Kansas eggs ) cents, native
eggs 25 cents per dt sen at A. Lombardo's.
Hee the window display of new spring
goods at ths dry goods store the Kcouo
mist. If yntl Want i.IIIi.m In .ln.iin.
i f ' - ".....I .u ton i,iiiiiiii
or Job printing lluf, call at THtCmtKN
Plklmultil niaP nit,n asn.t.
" - ""' wwwsraa ari'U IIIKVVI IIR1.
are the best; made aud sold by W. V.
Hwlua en. l.r.il i! ...lu 1 1 ..... I ... .
broideries at extra special price. Hoseu-
wain (I I ue,
Buy your camp stores and have yemr
tin-work dona at tha Htae tlnahnn ou
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. He ha the nicest freeb
meets In the eltv.
Those Turkish towels at two for 2&
cents ars all right. Don't nates getting
some. Koeenwaid Bros.
Hot chile coo earns served every night
at the Paradise. Do not nils It. Bache
chl A (lloiiti, proprietors.
Leave orders at the "Iceberg" for
Pallet's eiport aud 'bins riboort" beers
In quarts and DlnU. Charlea SI. Ilaaeh.
Tba hast titaoa foe b.,.1 1 In .ImI.
and roasts aud all kluds of meats, kept
lu a tlrst class market, at Kleiuwort a,
north Third street.
All varieties of oranges can be pur-
eliusiul at hf If TMltu,ut, nn Uu.,.,.1
street. New supplies are coustautiy
ueiiill im-eireii iroiu tailloruia. ,
Choicest assortment of spring dress
tiattsrua in all tlia latast utvliu, eolor
and weaves exclusively shown at the
il. .1.1.... U..I.. l.. - -
iuiiirii nine uwj tiiajus coutpauya.
Where are your hard time when SI. DO
will buy a giaal pair of shias at Uluiou
Htern's. These giaals must be closed out
this mouth. Our windows tell the tale.
Don't forget the Hireen Front Shoe
Store," No. 113 Kallroad avenue, YYm.
Chaplin; cheapeet aud best place to get
shiHM, and repairing done ou the short
Just received a large assignment of
fine California Grape brandy, sprlug 'Vt,
which we will sell to saloou keeper at
.tr iter gallon. Original package. O.
Ilachechl Al U. (Jlomi.
The grocery etors of F. F. Trotter, ou
Second street. Is ths uoiipariel of the
kind lu the southwest. A larger and
more varied stock of groceries cau be
found there than In any other store lu
New Mexico or Arlxoua.
Josh Billings sneaking of the probabil
ities of life would say "perhaps rain per
liai not," but we will certainly have
several morn spells of cold weather this
wiuter, and you should be sure to have
plenty of Ct nilliM nul on hand, llahu
You do lot want to miss seeing the
new arrival ,,f ulilrt whI.i. ki,t nimu
Millions. Ia.li.-e' neckwear, wash gtaals,'
orgauuies, r iiiuroiderica, laces, white
gtssls, itercalcs, outing lliiimel, silks,
spring dress gcods. duly at Golden Utile
Dry Goods company.
A few months ago, Mr. Kyron Kvery, of
WiMtdstm-k, Mich., was badly allllctexl
with rheumatism. His rl"ht leg was
swollen the full liiiath, causing him
great suflerlng. He was advised to try
CliaiuliHrlhin's i'uin Halm. The tlrst bot
tle of i' heis d biin coiisldorably and the
aecon.l ottls effected a cure. The ' and
Mi ri-nl h. ttles are for sale by all drug
gists CurtM GhihI), a al liter and Ulustrator
of Chicago, made a pleasant call at Thk
Citi.kn olllce this morning. He Is mak
ing a special study of the Pueblos of
Islets for the coming fall exhibition In
Chicago, lud was fortunate In securing
several giasl photos of ths turtle dance at
the Isleta village ths other day. He will
return north to Chicago this evening.
K.luiate Vnue llowela With ( sarareta.
iii-flj' l -.itlriirili-. curi- ciniMip,iiHni toruier
lui', ti'c if t. c C. fall. UrUfc.'uo.ihrulund uiuna
F. F. Trotter, the Hecoud street grocery
man, believes In sijuare and hoiiorable
dealing, and practices it lu his buHluess.
Customers run always depeud ou getting
ths worth ot their money at his store.
Ward Thomas, a printer, has gone to
Blsbee, Arlxoua. He worked In this city,
but ot late held down a position In the
Optic olllce at Las Vegas.
Jisteph K. Smith, the real estate agent
at hocorro, was registered at tha Graud
Central yesterday. He returned south
Sheriff Thus. g. Hubbell and District
Attorney Thus. A. Fiulval, who were at
Las Vegas, returned to the city last Bat
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthorlsed Capital . . . . SMOyOW 00
raid up Capital, Surplus
and Prorata 174.000 00
0."XTPJs X, SB
lbs-Bank of .Commerce
D"-'L " roatansjs! ucaaatia o satvavi lbi-ibk ca mun.
ffUe.ls Aaawmaits aa oi a ttofwata Ksarf rMtiMf
Osmaatsaat svtta rv-.eaat.la ewvakia.
M a. Oraao. Prestdent i. C. BatoatDea, Lamb. W. C. Laoasaw, Captu.M
B). f. Bcaoiraa, Vlca-Prealdent. A. Kisanaa). Klsasvtaan Bros.. Wool,
W, B.aTioLB, Casblar. A. If. Br.aonwBLL. (irosa, Hlacawall h Co., (it. ear
B. . Kaaaso. Asalatanl Cashier. W. A. Max WILL, Wbolaaal Droafist.
Depoiltory for Atchison, Topekt It SanU ft BJlwgw.
the ST. EJIuVCO
SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOM'
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
WICKSTROM & BARNETT. Pro irletors
ISO W.it Railroad Avtw Albtqttrc na.'
LAS VEOA8. W. M. .
CXeORIETA N. M. AJLUUU.U ataltUUJS. 14. XL,
MAXWELL T1MBE11 CO., CaTSKILL, N. A.
GK HENRY, MT. D
Stndant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Praaea.
TSIBTT-BIX TRABS' PRACTICg. MK.f ONLT TRXATKD.
a"'d.tn every case rindertassa when a core I prsrtlrabl and possible
Hononboea, aleet and strlrtara speed I lr cared with Dr. Klrord's Krencb Keinedles. Kscsa
J-M?iPriT.nI2."-c,"dw'U,Ln TUKkK UAJfS. NOCUBhHS.8ANOALvVOOUOIUoof
XX, nwrnatovrho, seinlaaj iRaar nlalil einiMiona, Inaoranl.. deapondanrv ,
5S?j5l12LS?r1- K'cd method prartlcad lo tha vVorld s U.aiplul. Pari. Itelavaricei Ovii
tZZZCJZZi i2:a"Z:2'ra r'-mS m nloa rears. Can refer lo patients cured, br
KTrfS i"?c! JL,Hsvnteenth street, near Champa. Uenvat, cbli.
SnUh,ncMirrnan Pnliah. Hiisslsn and Bohemian spoken. OaaaalkaslM and Ola
sal)lai rrsa rorreap widanca snllcltedl strlctlr conHdaatlal
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Detween Railroad and Copper Aves.
Horaaa and Mnlaa Bought and Baakaagasf.
Aganta for Colambaa Baggy Campaaw.
Tha Baat Tvraoata la tha City.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriages, Road Carta, Spring Wagon, Victorias
Buggiea, I'haetona, Etc., for Sale. : t : i
Addrega W. L. TRIMBLE A
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTHE. Proos.
Eloest Whisiies. Imported ind Domestic Wines and Ccgnacs !
Tie Coolest ao.4 Blchest Graie of Later Serreo.
Finest Billiard Hall In the Territory.
Finest and Best Imiwrted and Domestic Cigars
IRJ(1I IITFF V nrSPJJITrrn ,n esr .nr..urr..n.ll.llii. ramr.a arthsltlesl Uis
BD JUliU 1 Lb 1 tl Ud.'.hF. I LLU n... , r rriK., , w, , , ,,, .iri rM.iia, aa
las ImmibIM rM. A. l Mil I Ml lirniHI III.. hl..u, 3l.mlr.nl. iia..sr K.a fork. sit.
rixm A GBADII to them we olirig! f
i- Their 0 ROCK HI (3 hare the fejiulu rlnW
Of TKAS and OOKKKRS and CANNKL) (HMM rare. If
The prloe they oharge U alwar fall
rilhey aell the fluent LAQKti BKKK,
A To liter e their patrons la their tde A
To WINKS & LIQUORS, we always Uai I ,
A rrtie eboleetrt qualit; of evssy sla 1 '
&Thos oompetHtoo they defy. 1
TOTI & HJUDI can't be beat ear 1
Agenta for Coyote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivery to all parts of the city
New Trlf-iihoi 47. 21 H. t B AND 217 NORTH THIRD BT
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Prepriator
Iroa and Braaa Caal 'ii ( i Ore, CuaJ and Lambar Car i Bbaftiof, Pallaya, Grate Btrs
babbit Metal) Columns and Iron Front fur Bnilcllnifsi Eepair on
atioinf and Mill Machinery a Hpwlalty.
FOUNDRY: H0E RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
216 Railroad Avenue.
Mutual Telephone No. 1 43. Allnaerqce, N. M.
, H.is, Wr r JwafieafiSfaaa.' Waej
U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
Depository for th Atlantic A
Pacific and the Atchison,
Topcka A SsoU Jit
Kailroat) (.. .
OFFICERS IID DIRECTORS:
JOfiUTA i. RAT50LI....Jieidett
M. W. FLOCBNUT ....Vine Prsatdetil
A. A. KKNX . .Caetihr
fBANH a4chKK....Aiss1sUnt Carl l f
A. A. BHA5T.
X 0.CIU.U .
in Albuquerque, I K .
CO, Alhngnerqoft, New Meileo
rrank If. Jonea.)