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tlon of pesos or war, all partisan and per
sonal feeling at Washington would be
anhjooted to a strict and lofty sense of
puhtle duty, that both houses and the
executive would present nnlted front,
and that any declaration of war which
should pas th a oats and hons of re
presentatives, would meet with the
hearty approval of President McKlnley.
The Mexican war started off without a
' iWlitrRtion of war In the strict senes of
' the Win, emigre merely declaring that
1 a stats of war already existed, after the
: battles of Pain Alto and Ressc. de la
rlma had already been fought on onr
Hide of the Rio Oroide.
THE TOWNS OF
THE DAILY (ilTIZEN
HUGU1W McCKKIHHT. Publishum
Tros. Humhks Kdltor
W. T. McCrkmht, Boa. Mgr. and City Kd
rBLIKHKI DA 1 1.1 ADO KIKItT.
Associated Press Afternoon Telegrams.
(tfflclal Taper of BsrnalilloOoniity.
Official Paper of City of Albnqnerqna.
largest City and County f'lretilation
The Largest New Mexico Circulation
Largeet North Ariaona Clronlatton
ALRLQt'KKQl'K. MARCH 6. lm
The ancient On
Penat were the c.
the welfare and pi
They were worships
In every home. In-
ks believed that the
I who attended to
pelty of the family.
d aa household g'xle
household god of to
day la Ir. hing e New llscovry. Kur
consninntion, rough, fold and for all
affection of throat, chest and lung it la
Invaluable. It ha been trlel for a qnar
ter of a century and la gnaranteed to
cure, or money refunded. No household
should be without thl good anget. It la
pleasant to take and aafe and sure rem
edy for old and young, Free trial bottle
at J. II. O'lletlly A Co.' drugstore.
It will be eome time la the dim tutors
when an Irrigating ditch la opened on
Ir ait the people who want to fight
Spain, will go to work thing will boom
la this country.
Thi Optic says: ''Let ua all drop poll
tic and work for New Mexico." Let's
wait until after the f prlng election.
Thi people of Socorro are eo busily en
gaged la farming operation that the war
talk ha not atlrred op that community.
Tm annual production ot ealt la the
United State, according to the most re
cent figures, U about 14,003.000 barrel
of 200 pounds each.
Fifty earloada of exhibit for the
trans-Ulwiaslppl exposition have arrived
at Omaha and the main building will
won be ready to receive them.
Ommbcshm were originally started in
Parte In 1W2. They died out. however,
and were not revived until 1877. Two
year later they were adopted In London.
In the twenty-tour boot written by
Charle Dickens, there are 1,425 charac
ters. All ot them are true to life with
the exception ot those whom the author
tried to make too good.
Thi Cerrlllu Register interview a
number ot the eltliena of that enterpris
ing- town, and moat ot them want to
whip Spain while the smelter la being
built for the reduction ot San Pedro ore.
Ltnch law will gain many enemies
through the recent discovery that the two
Indfiius tortured to death In Oklahoma
territory an rue week ago, because ot their
alleged murder ot a white woman, were
Tbkri are l,il students at the Pope's
Gregorian University ot Rome this year,
300 more than In the last year before the
Itallana took the elty. Ot these M0
study theology, 307 philosophy and 78
Mori persona are burled on the Isthmus
ot Panama than In any equal areaot
ground In the world. It ha often been
said that every tie on the railroad run
nlng aerosa the Isthmus represents the
loss ot a human life.
TBI federal office at El Paso bave
been a bone ot contention tor several
months, and at last are happily settled.
Mose Dillon secured the eollectoinhlp of
that port of entry, and Robert F. Camp
bell captured the postofllce.
TBI New Mexican says: "The repub
licans of Albuquerque bave about con
cluded to nominate Frank W. Clancy aa
a candidate for mayor at the coming elty
election. A most excellent selection,
and one, it carried out, that will bring
the party many vote."
Presbyterian Church -Service at 11 a
ni. No evening service on account or tne
nnlon Willard service In the opera house
Sunday school 10 a.m. Y. P. B.C. K. at
8 JO p. m.
Baptist Church Preaching at 11 a. m.
by Rev. II. P. Doane; Sunday school at
:45 a. m : V. P. 8. C. K. at A JO p. m. No
services at 7:30, all Joining In the mem'
orial services at the opera house.
Lead Avenue M. K. Church, corner
Iad avenue and Third street Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m
by the pastor, A. C. Welch. Subject:
"Success or Failure." Class meeting at
12 m. Junior league 8 p. m. Rpworth
league 6:30 p. m. No evening service
Congregational Cburcb Broadway
and Coal avenue. Frank H. Allen,
pastor. Service at 11 a. m. No ser
vice In the evening on account of the
France K. Wlllard memorial service at
the opera bouse, Sunday school at 0:45
m. Y. P. 8. C. K. at 6:30 p. m. Seats
tree. A cordial welcome.
8V. John' (Kplscopal)-The Rev. W
Bennett Is at Socorro, and there will not
be any ministration at St. John' on Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday, but Wednes
day afternoon, at 4:30, the Lenten eer
vice will be resumed. The confirmation
elass will meet Saturday afternoon at S,
in the church building.
Immaculate Conception Early mass
at 7 a. m.; children' mass, U; Sunday
school. 7-10; h'gh mas and sermon 00
"The Gospel ot the Sunday." by Bev. M
J. Hughes, 8. J, 10:30; beads, Instruc
tton, by Rev. M. J. Hughes, 8. J., on the
"Real Presence;" benediction, 7:80 p. m
During the week mass every morning at
7 o'clock; Wednesday evening service at
130, and Friday eveulng station of the
cross at 7:30 p. m.
Highland Methodist church, south
Arno street, between Sliver and Lead
avenues, M. Hodgson, pastor. Children'
meeting, S p. m.; Kpworth League ser
vices, 6:30 p. m. ; revival service at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. B
Car radios, of St. Louts, one of the moat
successful evangelist In the American
pulpit. All are cordially Invited to at
tend thee service. Come early and
bring a friend with you. The service
will continue for ten days and after Sun
day will begin promptly each day at 10
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Bhitihh trade elhioa are about to apply
to the Klondike. Liverpool ha sent out
on the steamer Manuense, bound tor St.
Mlcha the largest cargo ot liquor ever
shlppe'. It Include 14.000 case and
l.OOo barrels ot spirit, chiefly whisky,
and 8 XX) barrel ot beer.
terns Culled and Classified from Our
NEWS OP INTEREST TO ALL KINDS OP READERS
From the New Mettcan.
A. Btaab and daughter, Mlsa Rertha,
returned Thursday evening from a
lengthy visit to New York.
About 70 convicts and other laborer
are at present employed in the work on
the eapltol building.
It Is reported on apparently good au
thority that 100 miner recently went
from Madrid to the Coohlti mining dis
trict, and that they all secured employment.
Attorney Kasley Thursday filed In the
local United States land office an applica
tion to patent the Abe Lincoln mine, of
the Lincoln-Lucky-Lee group, at San Pe
dro, Nelll B. Field, claimant.
The collector ot San Juan connty baa
not yet made a return to the territorial
treasurer of hi tax collection for the
month ot January. He I the only de
linquent In thl Important respect In the
United SUte Attorney Reynolds left
St. Loot Wednesday for Washington,
where he will argue some Arliona land
grant case before the supreme court of
the United States. He waa accompanied
by O. H. Flipper, who will assist In the
preparation of the ease.
A. M. Bergere. Clerk ot the district
court, has rented the comfortable adobe
boose adjoining the residence of Hon.
T. B. Catron, and owned by the latter
gentleman, and will soon begin house
keeping therein. He baa already re
ceived hi furniture from Los Lnnaa.
Manager Townsend, of the local Pos
tal Telegraph office and manager ot the
New Mexico Telephone company, baa an
engagement to meet 0. P. Posey, super
Intendent of the Cochttl Gold Mining
company, at Bland, on next Thursday,
for the purpose of aerlou conference
with reference Immediately to connect
ing the Cochltl mining district with
Thornton and Santa Fe by mean ot a
telephone system. Mr. Posey, with char-
aoteristto enterprise, proposes to afford
the enterprise substantial aid.
Trb human heart la six Inehe in
length, four Inches In diameter, and
beats on an average of aeveuty times a
minute, 4,900 times an hour, 100,800
time a day and 80.702.000 lime In the
course of a year, eo that the heart of an
ordinary man HO years of age has beaten
vBaci'Hl no one will come forward and
claim that reward of .V,000 offered by
the New York Journal for the discovery
ot the cause of the Maine explosion, that
journal announce that it will tend Its
owndlveri to niak the Investigation. All
ot which 1 nonsense, from the tact that
none but government explorer will be
permitted at the wreck,
THI LATBJ.T SIW1
The Socorro Chieftain ray that It give
the latest telegraphic new concerning
the prospective troubles with Spain over
the blowing up ot the battleship Maine,
"culled from the latest dispatches In our
exchangee, tor which we are chiefly In
dented to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat
and Thi Ai.ni'yi'Euyi'i Citizen." The
Chieftain should bear in nilud that Tan
Citixxn dispatches reach the people of
New Mexico forty-eight hours in advance
ot the Globe-Democrat. A war telegram
two day old Is stale news.
WHO UaCLAHKa WART
A great many people whose voices are
raised In favor of hoHtllitles with Spain
suppose that the power ot declaring war
I vested lo the president ot the Uulted
State. Not eo; this importaut function
la given by our constitution to congress.
In section eight of that document is
fouud the grant: "The congfe shall
have power to declare war, grant letters
of marque and reprisal, and make rule
concerning captures ou laud and water."
It an act declarlug war against Hpalu
were passed by the senate aud house of
representatives, it would bave to be sub
mitted, like other acts, to President Mc
Klnley. Ue would either ign or veto it.
In ease be returned this act to th bouse
In which It originated, together with bis
objection thereto. It could ouly become
operative by receiving a two-third vote
of each bouse. It 1 to be presumed, how
over, on so rlUl an occasion a a que-
I desire to attest to the merit of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aa one of
the most valuable ana (Uicieni prepara
tions on the market. It broke an exceed
ingly dangerous cough for me in 24
hours, aud in gratitude therefor, I deeire
to Inform you that 1 will never be with
out it, aud you should feel proud ot the
high esteem in wmcn your remedies are
held br people in general. It ia the one
remedy among leu thousand. Sncceee to
it. 0. R. Downey, Editor Democrat, Al
bion, Ind. For sale by all druggists.
The I'etaea Ureal Cut,
Information from Washington on
Thursday say the supreme court has af
firmed the decision ot the Uulted State
court of land claim In fixing the area of
the Petaca grant at eleven equare league.
The claimants,-ex-Congressman Far well.
ot Iowa, and Ma aon, a banker at La
Junta, Colo., appealed from thl decision,
claiming that it waa much less than
they were entitled to. Th property la
valuable for It timber.
From the Optic.
Pablo Jaramlllo will be deputy post
master, on the west side.
Mis Bessie 8noffr, clerk at Rosen
thal's, 1 again on duty after some day
A sewerage system 1 needed; In fact it
is absolutely d-manded In the business
part of Los Vegas.
Frank Forsyth I laid np for repair,
having been (lightly Indisposed from a
cold for two or three days.
' Eugenlo Romero baa been out for the
first time In several days. He 1 slowly
recovering from an attack of lllnee.
The Browne A Maucanarea Co, Tues
day celebrated their fortieth anniver
sary, the business having been started lu
1858, March 1.
Mr. E. N. Munro.of Untonvllle, Mo.,
who ba been at the Springs enjoying
cottage life for a long time, will move to
El Porvenlr on March 10.
Mm. A. D. Tyler baa returned home
after an absence ot all week, during
which time she baa visited at Chicago,
Eansaa City, Leavenworth and Topeka.
H. W. Harmes, a eoniiumptlve at the
Central hotel, la a Knight of Pythias.
Hie friend claim that he ha not re
ceived the attention from hi order, to
which he la entitled.
II. L. Mabey ha received the sad In
telligence of the death ot hi mother, at
Sldcup, Kent county, England, not far
from London. Mr. Mabey ba the sym
pathy of all bis friends.
Don Terlsa, a make charmer from
Deuver, came In Thursday, bringing her
pet snake, of the pine specie and seven
feet long. She went out to the Moute-
cunia, taking the snake with her.
on t ie school bonds Issued to build the
public school building In Cerrlllo. The
sin omit of bond Is about fs.ooo, and th
annual In t 'reel is $180.
The dlhtrlct conference ot the Meth
odist Episcopal church, south, will con
vene at Albuquerque next Wednesday
and will last two days. The Cerrlllos
church will be represented by W. H.
Kennedy as a delegats.
J. Klrkland, until recently In the em
ploy of the Cerrlllo Coal Railroad com
pany aa blacksmith, went to Bland last
Tuesday 1 1 look op a location, and If suc
cessful he will go Into the blacksmlth-
Ing business on his own account.
J. F. William la pushing work on bis
prospect near the Cash Entry. The vein
varies In width, but shows on lbs aver
age a widening of the vein, in some
place the vein bas shown a width of ten
Superintendent A. M. Watson, of the
Ortls mine, was In Cerrlllo Thursday.
Ue expect that the milling capacity of
that property will be largely Increased In
the Immediate future.
We were recently shown the gold medal
which will be awarded to the most popu
lar young lady ot Cerrlllo and Madrid.
The medal la a handwme work of art
and waa furnished by II. C. Yontt, th
Cerrlllo evidently Intend to make
herself felt at Bland. A visitor remarked
a few days ago that he saw mors Cer
rlllo people lu Bland than all other put
W. Jamison and family, new arrival
from Kentucky, are located In the stone
building next to Hurt's hall. Mr. Jami
son la employed In the White Ash at
Owing to the absence of the pastor
there will be no preaching at the Metho
dist church In Cerrlllos or Madrid next
It Is or should be the blglust aim of
every merchant to please his customers;
and that the wide-awake urug urm 01
Meyers & E.ihlemau, Sterling, HI., is do
ing so, is proven by the following from
Mr. Kslileman; "lu my sixteen years ex
perience In the drug busiueee, I have
never seen or sold or tried a medicine
that gave an good satisfaction as Chain
oerlulu's Colin, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy." Sold by all druggist.
EDUCATION Iff HEW MEXICO.
David Weinman, of the Economist, tel
egraphed to Colonel Lewlnson that be
would return to the city from New York
on Mouday or Tuesday evening of next
week, and that he will soon thereafter
offer extremely flue bargains to the pub
lic. With Phil. Farmer, the head clerk,
00 the sick list, and Mr. Weinman absent.
Colonel Lewlnson has truly been kept
exceedingly busy the past tew week.
I1K.ST Of ALL
To dense the system In a gentle anl
truly beuetlolal manner, when the sprlug
time comes, ue the true and perfect
remedy, ttyrup or rigs. Buy the genu
Ine. Manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all
iiruggista, at do cents per Dottle.
Col. A. W. Harris, the capitalist from
Sierra county whose winter home la In
this city, bas a force of workmen putting
theold Uirard property, which be recent
ly acquired possession of, Into good shape.
This property, when under the manage
ment of Joe Uirard first, aud then Mrs.
Smith, did a good business as a hotel,
and It Is likely that Col. Harris will lease
It for hotel punKwes.
Rich men are noted tor their economy
in small purchase. You will not need
to buy coal often aa summer approaches,
but yon should be Just as careful to see
that you get the kind that goes the
furthest by buying Cerrlllo coal from
Uahu A Co.
President McKinley may declare war
with Spain any day but this fact will not
prevent F. F. Trotter keeplug bis store
ou Second street the best stocked with
groceries of any lu the territory.
The famous Yellowstone whisky, differ
ent ages aud prices, lu bulk and bottles.
Meltul A Knkln, exclusive distillers'
agents, 111 south First street
Have yoor roof pal u ted with asphalt
elaetle roof paint aud your leaky roof re
paired with asbestos cement. A. W
Uaydeu baa it.
Five hundred sample In fancy shirt
ing at E. L. Washburn A (Vs. For
shirt to order, we are the people.
Have yon examined onr specials In em'
broideries f If not do not fall lo do so.
ALHl'UUBKUUBAH AT HLAMU.
From the Herald, March 4.
Charles MoCoy went out on Wednes
day' stage to Albuquerque.
Norman Bletcher, largely interested In
Cochltl mines, went out on Tuesday'
stage to Albuquerque.
Harry Cooper, wife and baby, arrived
from Albuquerque on Monday and have
taken up their residence in the Hart
Robert Ulndman, a partner ot John 8.
Neeland In valuable Cochltl mining pro
perty, of Albuquerque, was an arriving
passenger on Tuesday's stage, on bust
ness concerning his property.
John Trimble, the genial brother ot W,
L. Trimble, was a visitor at hi brother's
camp, "Trlmblevllle,', during the week.
Judge W. C. lleacock came In on Sat
urday' stage on mining business, re
turning to Albuquerque on Tuesday to be
back in a week.
Robert L. Douthltt, the able snperln
tendeut of the Washington mine, re
turned from a business trip to Albuquer
que by last Saturday's stage.
Mr. Leonard and her brother, Fred
Bletcher, went out last Saturday to Al
buquerque, where Mrs. Leonard 1 under
treatmeut for Injuries by being thrown
from her horse about a mouth ago. Mr,
Bletcher returned to Bland on Wednes
A. E. Haggerty, who taught the Bland
school last term and baa been lately
teaching school at Kingston, will be In
to-morrow to become the bookkeeper for
J. G. Creager.
M. F. Myers, of the Ruby house, Albu
querque, returned to the county seat on
Haturday s stage to complete arrange
ment for bringing his family up to the
Cochltl. Mr. Myer bas formed a part
nership with Henry Bletcher, and to
gether they will operate the Utter' big
boarding house at the Albemarle.
From lb Bustler.
Th Cerrlllo Coal Railroad company,
tb Cerrlllos Coal company and th Cer
rlllos Mercantile company, formerly
known asth Madrid Mercantile com
pany, have declined to pay th lntrst
rrofdMr Herrtck Defends the Territory
From Eastern Tradnccrs.
Tb preddent of the Territorial Uni
versity, Protiseor C. L. Herrtck, Is doing
a good work for the territory In helping
to enlighten the mind ot the people ot
the eastern states In regard to educa
tlonal matters. In the last number of
Outlook, one of the best magazines of
New York City, the professor wrote as
The territories ot New Mexico and Arl
xoua bave been kuocklng in vain for ad
mission to the Union for many years,
though In pnpulatiou and resources un
doubtedly entitled to euch admission.
Whether or not that the real cause ot ex
clusion Is the fear that these states. If
admitted, would swell the number of
sliver senators (and my observation leads
nis to believe that lu New Mexico this
would not be the cus), yet the strongest
objection to admission entertained by
most eastern statesmen is tne uuieracv
of the people. This illiteracy Is granted
-though we point out that it is not
reater than lu Alabama. Florida,
entucky, Tennessee and some other
etatee. New Mexico became a
part of the United fcitatea under the pro
visions ot the treaty of Guadalupe Hidal
go, and was organlted as a territory in
IHuO, but. though it was peopled nearly
entirely by those who did not understand
the Kugiish lauguageaua were strangers
to our clvlllttllou, congress turned a
deaf ear to all requests for aid. Isot
dollar baa ever been expended from the
federal treasury for promoting education
In New Mexico except In the case of the
Indians, whose reservations, together
with the old Mexican grants, have
deprived the schools very largely of
the so called "school lands." A good
school system, nevertheless, is in loroe
and Is maintained by direct taxation
Under Its iutlueuce Illiteracy has de
creased from 44.fi per cent In 18U0 to 21
per cent In 1HU7. and a a result ot
shrinkage In values due to hard times.
many school districts are heavily in
debt. At thla time, when the defeat of
the bill for statehood la conceded by all
the educational forces ot the territory
and an the cuixens are unitedly
appealing to eougree to at least
grant the territory the meaus for over
coming the defect by reason of which
she is excluded from the union. The ter
ritory bas been deprived of statehood for
nrty years because it is said that its poo
illation is too Ignorant; it now asks,
Why not give ns the meaus ot educating
ourselves, especially as we only ask our
own public lands for that purpose? At
the present time the old unsettled grants
from Spain and Mexico to Indi
viduals aud companies are rapidly being
decided and thrown open to settle
ment. These Include the greater part of
the tmniedlatelv available lands of the
territory, and If the apportionment of
lands tor the support 01 tne educational
institutions is longer delayed, the op
portnnltv will be lost forever.
The bill which will be presented to
congress at once after the failure ot the
statehood bill, provides for the grantlug
to the territory or ail tne rignts, privi
leges, and emoluments, eo far aa educa
tional Interests are concerned, to which
It will be entitled on admission
state, bnt under tlis direction of the sec
retary of the Interior, tour support I
COCHIT1 HIKING HEWS.
Klnlnr Items of Interest Gathered and
Glcsscl from Authentic Soarccs.
A woePiirmiT tict BimicT
From (lie llland Ilrrald.
The llland mill eoiitinnrs to treat the
Lone Star ore with the most satisfactory
Herman Clausen report that he In
tends to Increase the developments on the
Julia In Colla canyon.
Charles Taxton continues working the
Kllen L., gradually reaching that proper
ty's rich vein ot gold quarts.
The Victor group of two of Colla can
yon' valuable properties, nnder lease and
bond to Mrs. 0. P. Posey for 1 10,000, Is
soon to be worked extensively.
The new tunnel of the PumI on the
east side of Colla canyon Is being worked
by T. H. Benson, who I making rapid
trldes along a fine looking contact
Alex. Conrad bas returned to Bland
from having completed the Assessment
work on the Aunt Betsy and Climax, dur
ing which the rein of both bave much
George Ostrander U now working In a
three-foot vein of One or 1 on the King in
Peralta canyon. He la In some forty feet
In the main tnnnel, drifting along the
A rich strike Is reported from Peralta
canyon, It being on Thomas Shields' St.
Patrick, In Peralta eanyon, and consist
ing of a six foot rein ot ore that will pay
to ship from the start.
Ths little Mollie mine continues to
show up well under th present develop
ment. Application tor th patenting of
this valuable property Is soon to be filed
by the fortunate owners.
A tore of men Is now steadily at work
on ths Lone Star mine, which Is sending
ore regularly to ths Bland mill for treat
ment. A number ot Improvement hare
lately been made at tb mine In th way
uew or chutes and other building.
It Is probable that another big lea
and bond will soon be dosed. Including
th Dolly Varden, Emerald, Middleman,
Asplnwalt and Point Breete, fire valu
able properties In th east fork ot Colla
eanyon, belonging to P. J.Barber, George
Smith and F. L. Fratler.
The surrey of the No Name group of
mines, which Is nnder lease and bond to
W. J. Cartan, ot the Cochltl Gold Mining
company, I about completed, and patent
will be applied for at an early date.
This valuable property will also soon
come In for extensive development of a
nature only surpassed by that ot the Albemarle.
Messrs. Bruce and Wilson are making
rapid progress with their 200 foot con
tract drifting along the rein In the 160
foot level ot the Crown Point mine
Dorlng the month of February they
measured up seventy feet, and at present
are making three feet and more a day.
The rich streak of ore encountered In th
south drift holds out well aa depth la
gained, and gives promise of becoming
Rcv.W. IV3. Slaughter,
OF Wf.sr VIRGINIA.
Writs ef ths Bnfit Rscsit From 0V
Miles' toftl Hervlps.
... . .r- m ,,,n
-K.l .. i
ft. MII.E' rtostornllTS Nervln 1
psrtlrularly tilnriied tothe restora
tion of Ir tilth br-ken diwo by hard
mental work. Id T. V. M. Sluu jlilcf of Ns
Haven, W. Va., riu: ' 1 uBred with
treme nervousness, dirtiness, dull snd eer
vous headaches snd nlMplewm-as. My bear
cams to troubling Die, I was short of brraita
mm lbs Irastsixrtlon, and suffered much
pain In my left aid.
Msulclne and hyi
clam save me no re
lief I p roc d red Dr,
A Mllet' Usttorattv
Nervina, New Heart
Lars snd Nerrs and
rer Pills, and 1 aa
lure no wordt of com
niendation as to tne retuliacaa be too strong.
tleep well, th dlulneta and confused feel
ing hart disappeared, my bean troubles me
BO more and 1 feel perfectly well "
Dr Mllet' Remedies are told by all drug
gists under a positive vuarantea, Drat bottt
benefits or money refunded. Kuok oa
Bsart and Nervnssrnt free to all applicant.
DU. MII.KS MKDICA I. IX Elkhart, lad.
Highest Honor World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Engagement of the World's
In an Entertainment I nsnrpassed by
the Greatest Necromancers ths
World Ever Produced.
Number of Valuable PrfsenU Will It Glrea
Avij it Each Performance.
Ztmloch hut met with to much tticeest dnr-
ns bit Ions entitlement at the Ale aiar that
ne win continue one wtt longer. uaiiy fcs-
ainlnvr, ban rrancitco, Cal.
In hit i'elRht-of-hand trtckt h ftreiceedt
nv one who list aver vitlted l ulmid. Dsllv
It may be worth something to know
that the very beet medicines for restoring
the tired out nervous system to a healthy
vliror is Klectlc Bitters. This medicine
I purely vegetable, acts by giving tone
to the nerve centers in the stomach,
gently stimulates the liver aud kidneys,
and aids these organs In throwing off Im
purities In the blood. Electric Bitters
ru proves the appetite, aids digestion and
is pronounced by those who have tried It
as the very beet blood purifier and nerve
tonic Try It. Hold for bo cents or f l.uo
per bottle at J. U. O'Kellly A Co.' drug
Maw al Ooldea Hals Dry Ooodt Co.
Roman striped silk. Roman striped
necktie, silk, mull and lawn neckties,
rushing, dress goods, Jeweled belts, per
cales, silk skirts, lined with colored silk.
embroidery, laces and sashes, and a great
many other things too numerous to men
lion. An inspection coruiauy luviiea.
Strong, steady nerves
Are needed for success
Depend simply, solely,
Upon the blood.
Pure, rich, nourishing
Blood feeds the nerves
And makes them strong.
The great nerve tonic is
Because it makes
The blood rich and
Pure, giving it power
To feed the nerves.
And all forms of
OK THE UNITED STATK9.
JANUARY 1, 1868.
Reserve on all
cies (4 per cent
all other Liabilities.
pitta, 4 per cent Va
A Par Crape Crttoj el Ttrtar Powdsr.
40 YEARS Tl IE STANDARD.
New Assurance Writ
ten Amount Declined
1 and imyci.EH.
. iL'riTff a.
-sjt Sold Clieao for Cash or on
"CVaJT thr Installment Plan. Alan
rented at reaaoDaMe rate.
Cor. first and Cold,
( 201-203 FlratSHt. (
106 Bold eve. )
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque.
OarHxs th rarraat mael
Moat xtrsslTai Blotih mt
FLOUll, GRAIN &
P.RANT OPflD A HnilfJR PRO VIRIONS. -:staplb : groceries:-
uiinui vi uun itvuuu ' .
Oar Lata a Spaolaltv.
Ta be foaad float arsa.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. I t t ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
Admltwion, Including on chance for nrlit,
nut, nrnrrvcu rwaia, inciuning two
cbancvt fur a lrU, toe.
SEATS OH SALE AT W. T. WUTOH'S.
A. E. WALKElt,
Secrettrj lotutl Building luocliUon.
Ofllea at . C. BaMrldaw's Laaibar Tar.
Sail at Headquarters for
Leather, Hsrnoss, Buddies, Saddlery,
Hailillerr Hardware, t'nt Soles, Shoe
Nails, llames. Ctiaina, Whips, Collars,
Sweat Pails, Csstor Oil, Axle Grease,
B "e'.on Coach Oil, Unto Negro, Ruddy
Harvester Oil. Neatsfoot Oil Lard OIL
Harness Oil, 1.1 nsesd Oil, Cast lie Koip,
Harness Hoap, Carriage Pponges,
. naiuois miu, uorse Medicines.
Prloo tlio Uoweait.
IliKheet Market Price Paid for Hide
A complete Stock of the
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Lace Shoes of All
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Tb Mwtat and best good from tb
leading cottcrlca ol tb world, in wboWaal
errstaJL Cbolc table war, elegant toilet
acta, beautiful vaseii a full line ol glaarwar,
bar good, lamp cblmocy and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brusftfs, toys and dolls.
118 SOUTH FIRST STREET
Thos. F. Kelehor,
406 Railroad Av Albuquerque.
l or People That Are in I A
ok or "Just DontlaVII I V
lelWell." I ILLO
onlv oni roa a do.
Mat Plmntaa. fluHt Haadarha. OMMua 4
CtlnM. Klirt., . boa at ilruunlMa or I t ai.ll
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
WA.NTIII, rilK N4LIASO BBMT.
Wanted A girl (or general housework.
Inquire at 010 south second street.
Wanted Household goods and aeuts'
doming. t bitten, 114 Uuid avenue.
Wanted - DresHiimkluf. cutting and fit
ting. Keferences. No. 5'.2 YY. Railroad
W anted Salesmen for cigars; $123 a
month and expenses; experience on.
necessary; inducements to customers. C
C. lllshop A Co, bt. Louis, Mo.
Vor Rent A three-room house, at No.
ooi north Second street.
For H.at A seven-room or a five-room
furnished cottage. Inquire at the Art
Two Rent 8lx-room and three-room
houses, furnished or unfurnished. W
Newly furnished rooms; also rooms de-
el raids for otllcea, at Hotel Columbus,
south Second street.
-For Rent -A fortv-acre ranch adjoin
I nil the elty, which has 8U acre or grow
lug alfalfa. Inquire at the Art Parlors.
Kor Kent Small ranch on mountain
road. Good buildings, plenty ot fralt
trees. Call on W. A. Kaukln, room 0. Ar
Virst-class restaurant for sale. Ad
dress, L. J this olllce.
Kor Bale A eet of entirely new five
ounce boxing gloves, cheap. Enquire at
Kor Bale Nine hnndred lambs, eleven
months old; half breed merino. Address
J. M. barcta, Idagdalena, N. M.
To Sell Two modern 3 room cottages;
two horses; three wagons; all kinds ol
household goods. W. V. Kutrelle.
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONI DAT
Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure. zbo. The genuine bus L.B.y.
on eacn tauiet.
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of household goods. Get
others' bids and we will see them io per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments
TAJo. X 1 X Mortla First S
ALBUQUERQUE. - - - - N. M.
H. H. Warkentin
Albuquerque Bowling Parlors!
Cornei Kiret Bt. and Copper Ave.
Th finest Bowling Alleya In til Southwest.
Piles place to apena tneeTeuia.
The New Chicago
IS one of ths nloeRt resorts to ths
elty. and Is supplied with the
beet and Quest liquors.
UEISCH A BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Booms by the day,
week or mouth.
809 Wast Railroad Arenne.
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .. .. .-. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMIL KLEIN WORT, Prop
TilK FAVORITE SALOON
TMIK OOLD 8TAKI
J. paaa. but call aod take a social
Yon should not Q
d take a auclal alaaO
Hlsh rlaaa Liquors wc tind here. A
Satlaiactlon to all la UK LUCCA'S de-t-
Excellent llerr, It la the rale, f
To keep It always sharp andl-rf
Grand Wines art here, of flavor true. f
All kinds, Imported and native, to V
Of Clsara. the choicest brand! we kuow, f a
kellahle aud uiue. where'er we f w
To the lamoue UOLU S TAB SALOOll
Depend upon it, near or far, A
Nous can compete with the ((OLD X
MRS. MU8IO. Prop.
C HIGHLAND GREENHOUSE)
Cor. Oold Are. ami Arae St,
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Mew Telephone No.
HENRY B. HYDE, IWicot.
J. ALEXANDER. Vic President.
WAITER N. PARKHURST,
General Manas New Maicoead Ariaona
a Dfjtant, AJbuquecqu, N. M.
Hlaheel Uaaa frtoee raid
For furniture, (toves, carpets, clothing,
tranks, narness, saddles, shoes, etc.
Hart's, 117 Gold avenue, next to Wells
Kargo Eiprew office. Bee me before yon
buy or sell.
Ili-uulr la llluod Dt-ru.
lii'jn niiMMl mi-fins a clean akin. .No
brainy without it. I'uerareta, (,'undy Cathar
tic clean your iilooil aim ki ep it clean, by
in i mx up uie laiy liver and driving all iw
tiunlii'a I rum the PouV, Ili um to day to
luimli pimples, lulls, tiotchea, blackheada,
and that sickly bilioua complexion by taking
laaeereia, oenuiy lor ten centa. All urug'
givie, eaiiajatiivu aueiameeu, iuc, v, OUC,
A well supplied table Is one of the most
delightful attractions of a home. You
can always keep your table covered with
the choicest of Tlamla if you trade with
F, K. Trotter, the Second street grocery
Very Finest nines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thud Street bb fljera Areaae.
Atlantic Beer Hull!
BCHNeUDKR X, PuoPs.
Cool Keg Bear on drecht th finest Nstlv
Win snd th very beet of fint-cIlM
Lienors, Olv as call.
Kailboad Atbsob, Aibdoossqo.
Grande A Parentl I from them we reap,
all I nua ol Lbjuora, tins and Che
U enable quality we get uere
a. to eeu p
to sell pure aoode la their Idem
A iwaya coot and anaip, tiieir orer.
luite uDeuualled far or nea I
Noble Wlnee. all patrons rrret,
Imported and dumratlc, a Stuck complet Erf
Flurate Viiur Itowei. With tu.carrta.
Cindy ('i.ttu.rilc, enre conmiiutnnn furover.
too, aao II C U C, (ail, Urufgi.ia refund Uioaar
U cuokeet flavors we obtali
excellent Roowi. both clean and neat, r"T
at see on South Hi ret Sires A
V E a loafer supply ear seeds te dealers ('
'T Mil sfalo. At the same time, any
one who ha bought our seed of their
local dealer during either t&)6 or 1897 will
be sent our Manual ol " Everything lor the
tardea " lor pprrj provided they
apply by letter 1'IvL.U and give the
name of the local stercaiat from wkoal
they eoufht. To all others, thi magniii'
cent Manual, every copy of which costs us
M teats to place In your hands, will be sent
free on receipt of 10 cents (stamps) tocover
postage. Nothing like this Maasal has
ever been seen heie or abroad t It Is a book
cf 200 pages, contains So engravings of
seeds and plants, mostly new, and these are
supplemented by full size colored plates
of the best novelties of the season, finally,
OUR -SOUVENIR" SEED COLLECTION
will also be sent without charge to all appli
cants sending 10 cla. for the Manual who will
state where they saw this advertisement.
vetal Car Aaelkatlee Will lacttve he Aural Ue.
The new sprlug samples for white and
fancy shirts have arrlred at E. L. Wash
barn A Co'. If yoa desire shirts mini
to measure, see them.