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Both tho method and rwnilta when
Byrtip of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the tasto, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kfllncjrs,
Nirer and Bowel, cleanses the ays
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
ache and fevers and ciiresi bahitnal
constipation. Synip of Fifrs ia the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, plowing to tho tasto and ac
ceptable to the atoraach, tirornpt in
iu action and truly beneficial in ita
effect, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable aubfltAncc, ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have mado it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs ia for salo in DO
cent bottlos by all leading drag
gist. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishoa to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
mam nAMixo, cdl
utmrtiu, tr. tw rant r.
Tlitil) 11 M CITIZEN.
JACOB KORBEIU CO
M an nf adorer of and Dealer
Tli But Katttarn-Made Vehicle
Fine Boi-se-Shoclnf a Specialty.
Satisfaction Gnarsntsed In All Work
Repalrlnr, Painting and Trimming
lme on Short Notioa. I I I I t I t
Bbop, Corner Copper It. tnd First St.,
ncijuaigra. If. M
City : Drug : Store
Third St. and Railroad At.
Drugs, Isdlclnss, Paints, Oils, Etc. I
WHOLKSUI.K AND KKTAIL
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
Successor to Plllshnry a Walton.
CRESCENT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite rrci?m uiin
A. J. GRAWFOHD, Agent.
New Telephone No. (64.
OM Telephone No 25..
Leave orders Trimble's stables
PlONEEIt BAKEJIY !
BALLING BROS., PaoraiaToaa
Welding OakM-a Special! j !
We Peslra Patronage, 0''
OaarantM Plrst-Claiis Baking.
TeleaTaDhorrleresoHcltwl .nil Promptly Filled
To the Young Face
Ponoirt's Coairucxiow Pownsn glees fresher
charmat to the old. renewed youth. Try It.
Lm Venus, N. M., March 3. 18118. The;
towns n( (iolden and San Pulro are the
flint In New Mexico to rexpoud to tlie
eall for aid to the starving Cubans, and,
through Mm. Margaret McLmiKtilln have
forwarded tlie following huuih: Golden
Mr. Clarke fioc, Mr. Caninra 4.'c, Mrs.
Harold (1, Mr. Carlty $2, W. Bayers GOc,
George Morrlxon COe, filnnk 1, Win. Lo
fluk&Oc, Mr. KimIi 30V.8. C. Wright 60c,
Mr. (ilrurd (Nil) - 7.1)j. Sail lVdro-Mra.
Williams (I, Hlauk (I, J. Jacopa 60c,
Mrs. 8. A. Kel 25c, Mr. 8truniqutit (I,
C. Kfruphiul C)o, Mrs. J. Carruthera $1,
U A. Heel 60c to 75; additional 3()e.
Grand total U.
Mus. Jefferson Haynuldb,
Treasurer New Mexico Cubtu Kllet
New Meiico papers please copy.
LOW PKU 1M UKOCEIIII.M.
Three nnckagpg Lyon CilTee (or $ .35
Krexh KaiinftH kki), two dozen 25
Native egg, per drzen M
l)uiiliaui lirediled tvfoHiiut, per lb. . .26
Hood linking powder, 2 liM 'iu
HcIiIIIIiik's tet tmkilig h.k1h. 3 II. . .25
All the btwt traudri o( laundry eoap
Gold IUNt wiiHliing powder, per pk.. .'.'o
Kour cmiih of bcrtt lye 25
Silver OIosh titarch, 3 pbckairett 25
filler or wiue vitear, per gal 3D
Lucca olive oil, per gal 2 5)
Klueet Old Kya or K .iirl dii. per qt . . .75
t'allfurula Krupe brandy, per qt 76
And aii'lhiiitf eliw Iu the groceries or
liquor line at bed rock price at
Arrwud fur Vlultlug lnterot.1 H.T.DU.
I'm ted States Collector Morrison, at
Banta Ke, is In receipt ot information
that Deputy Collector Loomla recently
arrested a ealoon man named Vogel at
Axur camp, Grant county, charged with
selling liquor without Ucemte. Vogel
was taken before Judge Parker, at Silver
City, on Keb. 2H, and, on the motion of
Ida attorney, hU hearing was poetpoiied
until Wednesday uf title wetk. lie waa
bouud over to the grand Jury.
Win for Hal.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only 5i) cenU a gallon at C. A. Uraude'e
3)5 north bnaday.
Our new goodtj are arriving rapidly and
are belug dieplayed now In our store.
Beauty of deelgua and low prlcee, eonbld
ering the high grade of the goodx, will
be the talk of the town whenever the
gooda are shown up. Ihe latest styles In
spring suits and fancy shirts have just
been opened up. Hliuon Btein, the Bail
road avenue clothier.
We want all the good things we can
get. ne nave a wen equipped eriop, a
full force ot the very best workmen, a
line touaorlal aud bath trade, but we
want some more customers, lilveusa
trial, aud you will flud us more than
worthy of yourpatrouage. llahu & Co ,
Ji. T. Aruiljo building.
Tlie Sister Territory Supplies Our
Readers With Good Paragraphs.
BREVITIES CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
From th Of m.
Mr. Dutchman has the contract for the
entire stone work on 1. W. Weatberford's
tuildlug, and G. M. W itson the earpeuter
Dr. M. M. Mllllgan. ot Las Vegas, N.
M , who rai. e.tlled here by the sickness
of his brother, J. C. Mllllgan, has re
There are about thirty-five men at work
for Harry Hox worth aud Jack Smith at
their tie camp.
William Campbell, who has been
spending the winter In Phoenix, looking
after his sheep Interests In the Salt river
valley, has returned borne. He says the
grass on the desert la very short, and
that many of the sheep men will soon be
gin moving their herds north.
Flagstaff must have waterworks re
gardless of cost. The growth and pros
perity of the town depends upon It. It Is
useless to wait for some thlug to turn np
by which we will get a system. The
only way for the town to obtain a supply
of water la to put money and push Into
J. T. McWIUlams, civil engineer and
dranghtman, has been busy this week
making a plat of the various town lots
In Flagstaff and Williams. He has pre
pared a plat of each block showing each
lot and will arrange them In book form.
This will be a great convenience to the
assessor In his work.
A mysterious Ore ocenrred at the resi
dence ot Mrs. Nora MoCabe's on San
Francisco street Wednesday afternoon.
The Ore was discovered In a back room In
the wall about four feet from the floor,
and as there Is no chimney or flue In the
room and ouly nsed occasionally as a
sleeping apartment; It Is a mystery how
It caught Ore. Fortunately It was dis
covered before It did much damage, but
it was a narrow escape from a very des
From the Mali.
T.J ileaser has the addition to the
Hotel Navajo completed. The rooms are
nicely furnished aud he Is now prepared
to accommodate all comers.
Tim Parrleh has severed his eon nee
Hon with the Aztec Cattle company. He
has accepted a position with Babbitt
Bros, at Flagstaff.
Streams heading In the mountains ars
beginning to huw the effects ot melting
suow. Some ot them have been running
a good head ot water for several days.
The Ladles' Auxllliary of the Locomo
tive Knglneers were delightfully enter
tained at the home ot Mr, and Mrs. Parks
Tuesday afternoon and evening. Games
and music preceded the bountiful aud ex
cellent supper which was served at 6 p.
in. After which the guests had the
pleasure of hearing some charming
piano selections by Miss Louise Norrls,
of Brandon, Wis., niece of Mrs. James
Watson, Among those Invited were Dr.
and Mrs Dryden, Dr. Welch, Judge and
Mrs. Parr, Hev. and Mrs. Bartlett.
T. B. Shlpp is about to start tor Daw
sou City, via the Yukon river, with 10,0UO
pouuds of honey raised on his raucb.
G. W. Chapman sold a number of lots
In Capitol addition to Mr. Wilcox ot Chi
cago. The price paid was $ l()0 a lot, an
advance of UK) a lot over the price paid
two years ago.
J. Harry Carpeuter, United States
court eouimlsslouer at Yuma, Ariaoiia,
brought to Phoenix an old Cbiuaiuan
named Ah Yum, who Is charged with not
having the certificate of residence requir
ed by law. His ease will come np before
Chief Justice Treat at an early date.
Adolphua Libeuow, who lives on the
Balsx place, four miles east of Phoeulx,
was kicked and seriously Injured by a
trlxkycolt. He was leading Ihe animal
at the time, aud was knocked senseless,
not recovering consciousness for several
hours. A physician was Immediately
sent tor, who fouud that two ribs on the
right side were broken.
Two more victims ot the blcjcle ordi
nance were arrested aud lined the nsual
sum ot $3. The police have beeu ac
tively enforcing the lantern ordinance
during the past two weeks aud the re
sult Is that about thirty persous have
paid tribute to the city during that time
for its violation. The bicycle men are
talking of combining for the purpose
of testing the constitutionality ot the
Articles of incorporation of the
Aurora Mining and Development com
pany were tiled with the county recorder.
The capital stock is f&JO.OOO aud the In
corporators are Charles B. Orvis, F. A.
Woodbury and C. P. Frys.
C. P. Little who for the past year baa
filled the position of clerk Iu the l ulted
States attorney's ofllce sent in his resig
nation to the attorney-general of the
lulted Slates. The ofllce Is under the
operations of the civil service.
The Union Mutual Life Insurance com
pany, of Portland, Maine, Is among the
first orgaulzalions of the character to
tile with the secretary ot the territory its
articles of Incorporation.
Deputy Sheriff Davenport came In from
Gila Bend having In custody J. II. Ander
son aud James Kerrlck, who were bouud
over by Justice Kaltenbach In the sum of
flUO each for assault to commit murder.
The Andersons, who are accused of being
cattle rustlers, shot at John Mullen a few
weeks ago while the latter was driving
cattle. For the time being this ends the
warfare that has been carried ou ia the
neighborhood ot Gila Bend for some
Ths (trsMt Zaniloch,
On next Thursday, Friday and Satur
day evenings the great wlxard, Zanilocb.
appears at Grant's opera house. Most of
our readers will remember ths excellent
entertainment glveu here before by this
great artist. We clip the following from
ths Fresno (Cal.) Expositor: "I didn't
feel quits sure ot what Zamloch would
be like, so weut to his first entertaln
tneut prepared to be disappointed. In
stead ot that I enjoyed every moment
The man Is clever and performs bis tricks
In a simple, easy, natural way that Is
charming. There Is sometimes such mad
haste and helter skelter rushing over the
stage In these exhibitions ot legerdemain
that one Is tired to death and ths mind
grows confused in trying to follow the
rapid changes. Zarnloch's repose and
clear speach give each act Ita proper
weight and distinctness. Then he baa a
pleasing personality, and a way of seem
ing to take his audience Into his confi
dence that are very nice. When there
ars so many fakirs on the road I feel
that It Is but fair to give an honest en
tertainment a word of honest commend
tttm Klna California Orap Crap.
1 be partial loss of the grape crop this
year, caused by the heavy rains, is es
timated to exceed fl.ooo.OOU Farmers
and vineyards all over ths northern part
of the stale have suffered. W hlle this is
true. It is equally a faot that lost and
falling strength may be restored by the
persistent, systematic nss of the great
national tonic, Hustottnr's Stomach Bit
ters, which renews and tones the activity
ot ths stomach, liver aud ths bowels,
counteracts a tendency to rheumatism
and kidney complaint, and prevents ma
larial disorders. After exhausting dis
eases have run their course, recovery Is
greatly accelerated by ths use ot the hit
lers, which Improves appetite and im
parts renewed vigor to the debilitated
K. A. Coleman, Chicago; D. L. Good
hart, Los Angeles; Mary B. McUaoiel, Ban
Kafael; Thomas Beeves, San Francisco;
L. C. Leonard, Chicago; M. J. Clorlne,
Knnsas City; J. B. Crowdus, 81. Louis;
Klchard hieaew and wife, Monrovia, Cal.;
J. W. Harberry. Mora; J. D. Baldwin.
Madrid, N. M.; G. A. Frana. Magdalena;
A. CVcil, Baton ;C. P. Jones. Pueblo; Chas.
Hotter. 8U Louis; K. C. Cole. Chicago; W.
II. Ureenleaf, Pueblo; W. A. Felts, Den
ver: A. Hhomberg, Chicago; K. 0. 1-ewls,
Ht. Louis; T.B Clements, Cerrlllos; Frank
C. Howard, Denver; Mrs. Fred. Smith,
Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. W. A. vt itt, Kich-
W. E. Foulks and son, Gallup; C. A.
Plumb, F. Meredith Jones, Las Vegas;
Albert Wlnterinute, Sooorrot K. W.
Graut, Las Vegas; C, D. Purdon, T'tpeka,
Kansas; J. P. Mce, Los Angeles.
co- ts more to make than any
other baking powder ; but
you don't have to pay more.
Never mind why your
money back if you don't
like it. ,,.
lha Occident MorUty.
The new officers presided at the meet
ing ot the Occident society at the High
school yesterday afternoon, and did so
with the ability and coolness ot veterans
The following excellent program was
Pinno Sl-"Cantrllii." Frieda B.rth
Keading "Out Hired lilrl" kiley
KeadlnirSelectloii from " Innocent.
Alroud" .....Murk Twain
Viicsl Holo "Anrhoreil" Cora Jotanaton
KadiiiH " Wnnhoiutona Sword and
Iranklln's Stmt " Krnent (iarcli
Piano Solo--"i;oiRi-NiKht"....Ut-ruio Uowdeo
Ths City Taarhara,
The city teachers held their regular
niouthly meeting at ths Academy build
ing this morning and the following pro
gram was rendered:
I'aper-"Method as to the Child. Subiect
and Teacher" Miu C'oltranc
Kxpenmenta "Suugentlona for tlement-
ary S rence Work" . J. h. Smith
Heading "llmta on Teaching Primary
LuhKUHtfe" Mi.a M. Lee
Paper "How to Make Induatrlniia Pu-
I'll." Mim Ida Elder
KeadiiiK "Wisdom Better than liold"..
Paper "The Physical Nature ol Num.
her" J. T. Perlgo
Reading -The Lesson ot the "The Little
Child" Miss C'aracallen
Paper "The Teacher aa an Artint and as
an Artisan" Miss Auderaon
Paper "Child study and Education"....
Rastorstloas to Ottsenshlp,
Governor Otero on Thursday signed
certilicates reet'irlng to citisenshlp the
following named convicts who have serv
ed their term of luiprisoumeut aud who
conducted themselves In a quiet and ex
emplary manuer during their terms of
conllnemeut. This action waa taken un
der the provisions of section 62, chapter
in ot the session laws ot 1HD7. Their
names are: Toniaa Armljo, San Miguel
county; Judson Allen Page, Bernalillo
county; Pablo Trevlno, Socorro county;
Wilton Tasco, Grant county; Kdward
Vail, Colfax county; Mariano Tafoya,
Colfax county; Nlcaslo Hael, San Miguel
county; Nepouiuoeuo Abeytla. Bernalillo
county; William 11. Binder, Doua Ana
Notaries f olilie Appolotad.
The governor has recently appointed
the following notaries public: Miguel J.
Chaves, Old Albuquerque, Bernalillo
county; Mrs. Leua Motherslll, ot Kngle,
Sierra county; William Galermann, of
Kocladar Mora county; Joss Salatar y
Ortix, of Chamlta, Hio Arriba county.
Nsw fefasteo Psusloos.
The following peuslous have been
granted: Original, Paul L. Krouse, Lin
coln, fii; reissue and increase, Dloniclo
Lobato, Santa Fe, H to 10.
Mow aha Won Mia Usart.
"I loved you before I ever saw your
face," he passionately cried, while pro
posing. She was an Albuquerque girl, aud so
not to be jollied,
"How can that bey she asked.
"Well, it was at the opera house. I sat
behind you, and you yes, you took your
Don't forgot the "lireeu Frout Shoe
Store," No. 113 Kallroad avenue, William
Chaplin; cheapest and best place to get
shoes aud repairing doue ou the shortest
W ere you looking tor art square V If
so, llfelJ'i spring styles ars In.
ALBrgnngrs, N. M, Jan. 3, 1897.
Ths board met iu regular session.
Preseut Jesus Romero, chairman;
Ullarlo 8am!oJ aod Pedro Castillo,
commissioners, and J.C. Baldridgn, clerk.
Minutes ot previous meeting read and
1 bs board ordered the clerk to notify
the collector ot reductions mails on the
following assessments tor the year 1M)7.
Melqui ules Garcia, precinct '23, ex
eruption, prenvitur (.haves, pr.
duel SW, penally, tiki; Mrs. Anlouio al
ds Mauri no, precinct tt, exemption aud
penalty, till; Jesus Maria Ualiegns, pre
cinct V, exemption and penalty, (.105;
John Hehms, precinct i.i, exemption ana
Penally. i-w: lihurclo Martiuex, pre
cinct 3, exemption and penalty, 170;
(uaun ArcniDeque. precinct gl. cancel
assessment; Dlonlcta Bomero, precinct
10, penalty, f45; Mcente I liavea, pre
clucl V, cancel assessment; K H. A-di
mini, precinct '21, exemption, (4X);
8. J. Ao'slaca, pnclnct 6, ex
emption, tM): Jims f elves Galnldon.
precinct tf, penally, 45; John B. Creager,
precinct WV, exemption, JO; Polinailo
iiloutoya, pi eel not 18, Csiicol assessment;
Ac tor faclieco, precinct ts. cancel as
sesrtinent; W. A. Bandera, product 'l
personal property and penalty, 1275;
Lino ne Arniento, precinct hi, cancel
assessment, tSZb; Kd. Cluuihler & Co,
precinct 21, deduct, 1,HJ; Ueorge ntrelp,
precinct &K exemption and penally, '416;
J. W, Miller, precinct Is, exemption aud
penalty, ; Oakey Clifford, precinct
it, exemption and penalty, I'Ul;
Mrs. M. M. Bowdeii, precinct
2d, exemption and penalty, '2UU;
it. Laiighltu, precinct '2ri, exemption
and penalty, 2trt); Kuiualdo Herrera, pre
cinct 14, exemption and penalty, J).;
Dolores U a I legos, precinct V, exemption
aud penalty, 4do; Mcintosh & Mc
Willtvray, precinct Ht. ehauge assessment
IMW7tosame as lHwi; Jem.lta I'eres ile
Castillo, precinct 1, exemption,
Noa llfeld, precinct 12, year lmst, lot 17,
block S, Northern addition, to tiukuowu
owners, drdtict (710; Postal Telegraph
company, value ol fixtures and two miles
of line at city rate balanced at territory
and county rate; Abundla Bledsoe, mort
gagee, $3,MK); Haunah Harris, nou-resl-dent
mortgagee, $doO J. K. Armljn,
mortgagee, (a.injU; J. K. Armljo, transfer
of laud, (otto.to; D. 8. Patterson, mort
gagee, (2,b60; B. W. D. Bryan, mortgagee,
(io'i; Mayan Booth, mortgagee, (l.uuO;
llfeld, Bros., (4,720.
The following accounts in favor ot i.
R. Armljo, for commission as assessor
for ths year 1MH7, were approved:
Territory, (Nrt.lM; county, (S42.43;
county licenses, (-''2.40; city of Albuquer
que, (243.4m; city schools, $116.26; town
of Gallup, (29 III.
Adjourned to January 4, lMtm.
Approved: Jk.si'8 Bomkro,
Chairman Board ot County Commis
sioners. Attest: J. C. BiLl'HiLul. Clerk.
ADJOURNED RKlit'LAK HKHHION.
ALHi'gt'iRgCB, N. M , Jan. 4, 1SU8.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present Jesus Romero, chairman;
Uilario Sandoval and Pedro Castillo, com
mimlonera; J, C. Baldrldge. clerk.
Minutes ot previous meeting read and
A petition for the residents of precinct
No. 37, praying for the appointment ot C.
F. McKay as constable of said precinct,
Sheriff Hubbell was authorised to ad
vertise, In theoQlcial paper of the county,
for the sale ot a described parcel of land
lying In old Albuquerque aud that be
turn the proceeds of ths sale into the
general county fund.
Atauaclo liurule was appointed con
stab e of precinct No. US, Gallup.
Pablo Montoya, constable for precinct
No. 18, tendered bis resignation, which
The following accounts against the
county for the quarter ending December
31, 1SD7, were approved aud the clerk
was ordered to draw warrants ou the
county tJeaiurer lu paymeut of the
New Mexico incaiie asylum, (675;
T. 8. Htibhell. sheriff. 4:lo; same, (148;
same, ;(4!i; same, (126 25; same. (166;
same, (20; same (17; same, (23. 76;
Jesus Rom r i,(loO;ame, ('Jo 4o; Uilarta
Sandoval, (IH6; Pedro Castillo. (161;
same, (6.46: J. C. Bsldrldare, fiM; same,
(7: Pedro Martin, (135; Ihoiuas vVerner,
(21; Juan Anaza, (J; W. II. llahu A Co.,
75.83, Johd A. Lee. (IS.tfil; K. J. Poet &
Ci. (S6 80;-ams,(IH; Thomas A. Finical,
(150; Noa llfeld, (37o; Frank A. Hubbell,
(2.V); Hughnsit McCrelght, ('Hi); same,
(27 60; pains, (40; same, (l8;Johu H
liaynes, ('K): Fred Fornoff, (150: Juan 0.
Sandoval, (135; Apolluio Gutlerrex, (6.60;
Antonio Jose I navtx, (5; Melquiades
Martin, (4.80; Veneeslno Chavex, (.2i);
Frank Turner, (3 ID; 8. K. Newcomer,
(10; A. L. Hlraciilin. (18; H. 11. Kibble,
(5; Mutual Automatic Telephone Co.. t'J;
John W. McCJuade, (JU 71; W. W. Strong,
(34.07; Wrought Iron Kangn t'o (2U.7o;
K. Monlfort, (3i; K. Moiilfort, (15; B
Itnppe, (31 80; II. H. Holt, (.'.)5; 1 ho
Maxwell, (12; Joaquin Martin, (5H.uO;
Jie A. Moutova, $ 11.60; David Cervantes,
(2 20; Jose K. Romero, (6 50; Gregorlo
Apnduca, (4 50; Mrs. Kuh jia Trujillo,
(15; Juun C. Hainnrs, (2; B. Gutlerrcs.
(i.2i);liregorlo Aisslaca, (l;Jacobo Moya,
12.50; Dstueirto Garcia, (3U.65; Juan Du
ran, (3; Simon Montoya, (40; Pablo
Ars iron. (40; Pablo Halsxar, (4U:
J. M. Gutlerres. (Id; Dloniclo McCoy,
(40; Perfello Galiaidou, (4 ); Jos Garcia
y Grlego, JO; Clnudlo Haca, (40; Jiste
Chaves y Chaves, (10; Ramon Uullerre',
(10; 8. Gutlerres, (10; Jeeils Chaves, (10;
Krauclsco Sslvedra, (4; Vicente ( haves,
(10; Audres Trujillo, (to; Rarael Grlego,
(10; David Gutlerres, (tO;ClrlloMoiito)a,
(10; (ieronimo Par-heco, (li); Hsntos
Mora, (10; Narcl-o Gutlerres, (40; Nico
las Garcia, (10; Trinidad Gabaldou. (10;
Jesus A. Zauiora, (4J; Kd. Clouthier.
( lit 20; Francisco Moutoys, (10; Tetsloro
Garcia, (i: Mariano Padla, (40; Kte
van Baca, $10; Antonio Martinet, (10;
llfeld Bros . (40.60; T. A. Finical, (115;
brsdo Martin, (10.
The following bills were disapprove!:
James Malouey, (15; Juan Duran, (5.
Adjourned until February 7, 18VS
Approved: Jicsl'8 KoMkho,
Chairman Board Comity Commissioners.
Attest: J. C. HaLIikiih.k, Clerk,
Huehlan's ArBlca Salea,
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and ptml
lively cures piles, or no pay. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
monev refunded. Price, 25 cents per box.
For sale by all druggists. J. 0. 0'Bielly
Not In a rrlvaia " Kyar."
Judge N. B. Laugh I in left tor Kansas
City last night. There be will join Mrs.
Laughlln, who Is visiting Mrs. 11. L.
Waldo, aud thence the hurband and wife
will make an extended tour of the prin
cipal eastern cities, Including Chicago,
Washington, Philadelphia, New York aud
Boston. Meanwhile the children will be
oared for at the Santa Fe borne by Mr.
and Mrs. Klmbrough. mother aud father
of Mrs. Laughllu. New Mexican.
On ths morning of February 20, K.5,
I was sick with rlmtnatlsm, and lay lu
bed until May 21, when I got a bottle ot
Chamberlain s Pain Balm. Ths Urst ap
plication of It relieved me almost en
tirely from the pain and the second af
forded complete relief. Iu a short time
I was sole to be up and about agaiu.
A. I. Moreaux, Luxerue, Miuu. Sold by
fatea) (Irani Aiaml Ulaiulssasl.
The l ulted States court ot private laud
claims confirmed thePetaca graut In Rio
Arriba comity to the claimants for eleven
square leagues. As this was much less
than ths tract claimed, the plaintiffs ap
pealed ths case to the United States su
preme ermrt. Assistant United States At
torney W. H. Pop states that advices
have just been received from the solicitor
general that the appeal baa been dl
mlffd at the Instance of the plaintiffs.
A man stands no chance ot being
elected to the mayorship of a city unless
he enjoys the eontt lence and esteem ot
his neighbors. George W. Humphreys Is
th popular mayor ot Swanton, Ohio,
and under date of Jannary 17, 18f4, he
writes a follows: "This Is to certify to
Mir appreciation of Chamberlain's Congii
Ui mmiy. My family and neighbors have
tested It, and we know It is an excellent
remedy for coughs and cold. George
w. Hum; nrey. Hold by all drnggists.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Lamps and trimmings. Whitney Co.
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co
(jneensware, glaeswars and tinware at
ins r air.
Read that new advertisement of ths
Mattresses ot all kinds mads to order
at rntrelle s.
Novelties in onr queens ware depart
Fifty pieces ot new ginghams on dis
play at ins nconomiat.
New salts ot fnrnltnre cheaper than
tecona nana at FUtreii s.
Highest prices paid tor gents' clothing
si nan a, in uoid avenue.
Attend the special nine cent whits
goons sale at The economist.
Insure ynnr life In the Rqnltable. Wal
Or N. Parkhurst, general manager
Last week of embroidery sal. Don't
overioox h an Hconomisi pointer.
Liberty chiffons, something new, at
tne uoxien uuie Dry uoods company.
Be th window display ot Dew spring
gonna at me ary goods store ins coono
uilsU If von want anything In th binding
or joo priming line, can at lHiwmxKN
Palmetto fiber cotton top mattresses
are me nisi; made ana Bold Dy V. v.
Swiss embroideries, Hamburg em
broideries at extra special prior). Rosen
Bny your camp stove and have yonr
tin-work dona at ths Star tlnsoop, 209
Look Into Klelnwort'a market on north
Tldrd street. He baa ths nicest fresh
meats In th eltv.
Those Turkish towels at two for 26
cents ars all right Don't miss getting
some. Roaenwald Bros,
Hot chile eon earn served everv nliht
at the Paradise. Do not miss it. Bach
chl A Glomi, proprietors.
Futrelle bays furnltur In car Iota and
pays the cash for same, and can't be un
dersold, and don't forget.
F. F. Trotter makes it a Dolnt to keen
a large and varied supply of the fruits of
the season at his Second street store.
Leave orders at ths M Iceberg" for
Pabst's eiport and "blue ribbon7 beers
In quarts and pint. Charles U. Geacb,
The beat place for good, iulcv steaks
and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
In a first class market, at KJeluwort s,
nortn inira street.
Choicest assortment of snrlno- dress
patterns In all the latest styles, colors
tnd weaves exclusively shown at th
Golden Rule Dry Goods companya.
n e heat our water with Cerrlllos coal.
It gets red hot and we are always ready
to give yon the most omfortable bath In
the city. Haho ft Co., 2o7 Railroad ave
Don't forget the 'Green Front Shoe
Store", No. 1 13 Railroad avenue, Wm.
Chaplin; cheapest and best plane to get
hoe, aud repairing don on the short
Just received a larre assignment of
fins California Grape brandy, spring 1)2,
which we win sen to saioon aeepers at
(2.85 per gallon. Original package. 0.
Bachechl & G. Gloml.
You do not want to mis seeing- ths
new arrivals of shirt waists, kid gloves.
ribbons, ladies' neckwear, wash goods,
organdies, embroideries, lace, whit
goods, percales, outing flannel, silks,
spring dress goods. Only at Golden Rule
ury Hoods company.
roe Oyar firty Tsar.
An Old and Weix-Trikd Rkmedt.
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Hrsithlng Svruo has
beeu used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers fur their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, aud Is the best remedy
ior marrnuea. it is pieasaut to tne last.
Sold by druggists lu every part of the
world. Tweuty-fiv cents a bottle. Ita
value is Incalculable. B sure and ask
for Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
MOTIlat Or ASSK&SOK.
The assessor of Bernalillo county will
be at the places mentioned below on the
dates therein stated, for the purpose of
receiving the property returns ot all per
sons subject to ths same lu said pre
cinct. All persous ars required to come
to said places mentioned to mak the
said return, otherwise they will have to
come to ths county seat:
Prerlnrt S. Los I'adlllaa Holm nt VI, I.I
Chiivel. March 1.
Pret nu t 1 1, Pajarlto House of Felipe Hub.
bell. March S.
Precinct MS, Kanchosde Atrlsro House of
Josr de la Lux Sanrhel, March V.
Precinct H. Airisco House of Manuel A.
Jarauilllo. March 10.
I'lerinct w, hi lajo House of Mac Croe
iin, March 11.
Precinct 6. Harelaa House of Vicente fha.
vex. al.irch 1 1.
Pre. in, I lib. Ia Duranee- House of Jesus
Lucero, March 1'4.
Precinct s, Li Urlegoe House of Juan C.
Sairora. Murcb 14.
Precinct. Lais elanchos-IIouse of Ambro
lo liarcia, March 1A.
Precinct U. Alarnrda llnuaa of Rnmaliln
Montova, March Id.
Precinct '4, tor rales House of Alejandro
Sandoval. March 17.
Precinct 1. Ilcruullllo House of Pedro
Peres. March Is.
Precinct W. Aluodones House of Keliua
Garcia. March lu.
Pre met U4. Wallace House of Lorenxo
liarcia, March 'il.
Preciin t 17, Pens Hlanca- House of AtKonlo
Orlil, March .
Precinct B7, Bland A. L. Finch's More,
Mar, li aa.
Preimct ia. Iju Placltaa-Horjae of Fran.
Cisco Trujillo, March a.
Precinit 14. San Yuuaclo House of Juan
Oltjuin, March 7.
Precinct to, C'aaa de Salszar House of Pan
taleon Mora, March S.
Precinct at, ouadalupe House of Juan
Mors, Marc li W.
Precinct ii I, I.a Veutana House of Hilarlo
Sandoval, March W
Precinct Ho, Naciiulento House of E. A.
Mlera. Man h 10.
Precinct aa. La Jars House of Abel Haudo
val, Man h 1 1.
Preimct HU, i mnzalltcae House of Joae K,
Koinero, March 1'4.
Precinct SI. San Ysldro House of CM.
Sandoval, M trch 14.
Precinct Is, .leniel House of Francisco
Montoya, March 1 A.
Precinct 'd'4. Ttjeras House of Mariano
Kuii. March 17.
Preclni t 7. San Antonio Huuse of Teodoro
(i art ia, Man h IS.
I'reiliK t Wi. Sail Pedro House of Juan
Ulcro, March lu.
I'm in. I lo, Chllill House of Filuineno
Mura, March 1.
Precinct si, Cbihll-Huuae of Milton Dow,
I'recini t 47, liallup Otlu e of L. L. Ileniy,
I'recini t 30, (jallup- Ollice of L. L Henry,
Precinct 13, Old Albuquerque Court house,
Precinct 19, Albuquerque N. T. Armlio
building, March 4M, 4. Ho.
Precinct HO, Alhuquerque N. T. Armljo
building. March SI, April 1 and 4.
J. H. An l JO, Aaaesacr.
Dua l Tubano asil asa ksMike tsar l ift Asar.
To quit tohacoo easily aod forever, be mag
none, lull of Ida, nerve and vigor, use No-To-Uu,
the wnuiler worker, that makea weak roe a
atrong. All druyglsta, too or II. Cureguaran
teed Bouklel aud aample free. Addrese
BturllDf KeuisJy Ux, Cliluaso or New York.
Liberty chiffons, something new, at
th Golden Rule Dry Quods ooiuuaoy.
Kd dsosptJnn prsetload.
Ko tjiorf Ward.
ASK YOUR DRUCCIOT
rnr a ganarooa
10 GENT TRIAL 8IZC.
Ely's Cream calm
artiisine no enrain, mttrnrj nne any etoar rn
hiDima dmg. II opens and Smihm the Nasal
Psaaaeaa. Allsys Pain anS Inflsmmstlra. Haais
and I'rcSMia ths Memhrsne Haslnne the lime
of Tsata a4 Smell, la qalrkiy shsorhM. (llree
H'lW at ones, se eta si llmeul.rs ay bt bmUi
Trial Sirs ors at Dmrelsls or by mall.
ttl.T BHOTHKns, an Vt arrwi mnt. New Tore
H. ruatii'ig (iHnmsoM,
a 1 r,.i. niKiiunnvn sau wesi
X f Oold avenue, llourat a to 10 a. m. n m
a mA ' "
8lerll attention given In tsneral nrgetT
Automatic Telephone taa.
UBS. niSHOP ftlSHOP.
TJOMd,oPATH!C PHYHICIAN9 AND
Surneone ( tn- and resilience oeey post,
often. ()ld Telephone Nr Telephone
IDS. Mm. Marlon Bishop. M. UH oltice hnnra,
1 to t p. m. Frank D. Ulshnp, M. U., office
hnnra. to 10 a. ir... and 1 to S and t to B p. an.
- 1 cirT.ua at iiiiney a.
jobs TAsonan, m. d..
rillVBirliu ikin.iiu..Lnu . . .
r . V , . '' vvmrr ana
residence, 07 north Filth street. Honrs, 1
.. m vi V . V ,u l,BU V. IN, 0irCISi BlieUIII'n
frleo to chronic and diseases of women. Old
slephone, SB. Calls made In daytime only.
H. ft. 40HHSOM,
ABCHITKCT-Plsns, specific stlons and es
timates fnmlthed foe all classes nf bnlld.
Inc and archltectnral work, Oftlcai SO Weal
BtmiDAI s atAJVTBROAT,
SWFTCK and fealrianra. Nn. at Wa finis
avanna. Telnhiia k,', aa. i im.. i.nn
a io w a. m.i rau to e ao ana T to e p. m,
(i. B. Kaeterdair, M. D. J. . kasterday, M. D.
W. as. hiisb. aa n
OPFICK HOUHS-Untll Bam. and fmm
1 :S0 lo S :M0 snd from to 8 p. m. tlflice
and reeldrnce. t'ao West Uold sveoua, Alto
qoerqua, N. M.
at. AUItH, D, O. a,
DKNTl8T-t)ff1ce. rooms S snd . Whltlna
. ., . v. nw aim oflcutig
street, ofllce hoars, S a. ni. to ISilto. m.
and lilB to SiBo p. m.
KKRMAHO a. MUDKV, .
ATTORN KY-AT LAW, Albnqnerqne. Ff.
M. Pntmia attention alven to all bu.inaM
pertaining to the pmlresmn. Will practice In
II courts of the territory aud before the United
stales land oltice.
WILLIAM !. I.BK,
TT)KNKY.AT.LAW. OHlce. room T,
" "M"'iy ouooiiig. mil prscuce in
al) Ihe courts of the territory.
cfOHMSTOH St rlMltlAL.
A TJOHNKY8-AT LAW. Albuquerque. N.
- ; iwi. w auu a, r icsi casionai
M. W. U. HHVAM
TTOHNKY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N.
k M. UlUce, Fliat Nslional bank bulldlug.
FHAMK W. C'LAMCY.
A TTOHNKY-AT-LAW. rooms I and S. N.
aV T. Acmllo building, Albuquerque, N. M.
m. W. bVHrSUM,
TTOKNKY AT-LAW. Olllce over Rob
L ert son's grocery store, Albuquerque, N. M.
Prapaeala for Kraetloa of School Build
United Htatea Indian SWvla
Santa Fe Indian Industrial School,
. Kama Fe. N. M.. Feb. HI. Isuh
Sealed proposals, Indorsed "Proposals foe
hre. lion of 8chool bulliliug," snd addreserd
io uie unoeraignra at Mania re, New Mellco,
will be received at this school until I o'clock
p. m. of I hursdav. March 17. Ihss. (tar lumi.ii.
ng the necessary materials and labor required
in tne construction and completion of one (1)
brick dormitory building at Santa Fe school,
New Mem o, In strict accordance with plans
and apeclUcstlons which msy be eiaiuiued at
the I udian olllce. Washington. I) C. the otllcre
of Ths Citikn of Albuquerque, N. M ,the
Hullders' and Traders' htchanse.Oniaha, Neu.,
the United Statea Indian Warehouae, No. IdO'J
State street. ( hlcago. III., and at this school.
For any additional Inhumation apply lo
1 liiixas M. J on as.
Proposals for Kreetlaa of llrte Well snd
Tank To war,
t'nltrd States Indian Ri hool Service, I
Alliuquerque, N. M., March I, IHUS.
Healed proposals, endorsed " Proposals for
Krectlon ot lirlve Well," etc., as the esse msy
be, snd addreaaed to the underaigned at Albu
querque, N. M., will be received at this school
until lo clock p.m., of Saturday, March 'ill.
IsuM , for furnishing the necessary materials
and labor required In the rouairuclinn and
completion of one drive well aud one tank
lower at said school, all In Mm t accordance
With plana and specllli stlons which may be
cisrnlned at the Indian olllce, Washington, U.
(,'., and at this school.
For any additional Information apply to
ElHlAH A. ALLBN, Sulierliitendenl.
pKOPOSAlJI FOR Ft FL.-OFFTCK OF
C hief Ouartermaater, Denver, Colo., Man h
4, laws Sealed propoaala. In triplicate, will lie
received here and at otitic of Unarterrnaaler at
each post below named until 11 o'clock a. m.,
loih meridian time, Aiiril 4, lMUH.and then
opened tor furnishing Fuel at Foils Apache,
brant, tluiichoca. sub-post ot Sao Carlos and
Whipple Karraika, A. T., Funs Bayard and
W l nil ate, N. M., Forts Douglas and Du
Chesne, t'tah. and Fort Iigaii. and enver,
Colo., during Hsi al year ending June so, Isuu.
Proposals for qusotltles less than she whole re-
aulred, or for delivery at points other than
lose named, will be entertained. Right la re
served to sccept or reject any or al I proposals
or any part ttiereof. Informs Ion furnished on
sppllcstion hereof at others ot respective posts
qusrterinsalers. knvelopes to lie marked
' Proposals lor Fuel." h. IS. Atwuuu, duel
(Homestead hntry No. 4.MHS.J
Notioa for Poblloalion.
Land Olllce at Santa Fe. N. M., 1
February Is, lsus. f
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to rnske tinal proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will be mails before the regiater
and receiver at Santa Fe, N. Al., on March SI,
iHiis. via : Juan de DiosSalai, fur the Skla ol
section 14, 1 p. 4 N, R M K.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon snd cultivation
of said land, via. i Prdro Lnpei, Kmllio l.u
cero, Yalr'ro Lucero aud Kefujio Lucero, all uf
I'lnue Wells, N. M.
Mani bl K. Otsho, Register.
Homestead Entry No. 4SH8.J
Notice for Publication.
Land Ofllce at Santa Fe. N. M , )
February Is, Isns. I
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler haa filed mrtlce of his intention
to make hnal proof in support of htsclslin, and
that said proof will be made before the regiater
and receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on March HI,
Imis, via : Kmllio Lucero, lor the SKI of the
SW 14 and lot 4 ol section So. and N k ol ths
NWSisnd lot 1 ol sectlou SI, township S N,
range lu K.
lie tisinea the following witnesses to prove
his continuous resident e upon snd cultivstiun
of said land, vli : Pedro Lopez Juau de Dloe
Salai, Keliino Lucero (lid Vaiilro Luceiu, all
of Pluus Wells, N. M.
Manuel R. Otkho, Register.
I Homestead Entry No. 40711.)
Motlna for Puhlleallou.
Land Ottlce at Santa Fe, N. M., I
February IS, lsus,
Notice Is hereby given that the following.
namrd aftlirr lnu, tll,tl iiitli, m ,,f lite ini.ni
lu make hnal pioof in aupport of his claim, and
mat saiu proor win oe mane oerore the register
snd receiver at Santa Ke, N. M , ou Manh SI,
I siw. vis: Pedro 1-orci, for the .Ms of the
N Kv ol aectiou 'sA, and the Sa of the bkH of
section '44, township B N, range 1'4 k.
He llamea Ihe following wituenses to prove
his continuous resilience upon and cultivation
ot aald land, via: Juan de Dioa Salax, killlllo
Lucero, Yaidro Lucero and Rcfuiio Lucero,
all of I'lnos Wells, N. M.
Uanl'il U. Otiso. Register.
WANTkD UPRIDHTANI) FAITHFUL
gentlemen or ladies to iravel few respon
sible ralahliahed bouae III Albuquerque, N M.
Monthly, fo5 aud eipenses Position steady.
Reference, kuclose sell addreaaed stamped
envelope. The Dumlulon Company, Dept.
aiverybudy kays so.
rosi'iiroU Caiidv Cutlturtic the most wnn
deiful medical diacoxerv of the aire, peas
ai,t and rofr.-aluiiir to Iho Ule, act gently
ml positively on kiduo)s, Uier and bowels,
cleansiug lha eutns sisi. in, dlagwl colds,
euro heailHohe, fever, liahlln.d constlpallon
nd bliiniiantiaa. I'li ase buy and try a bog
of (J. C. C. today; IU, M, AOceuia. Bold aud
ftuaraiiloed to cure by all drusgiata.
Attend the 6 cent remuauts sale at The
alduqukrquk, n. it
Authorlaed TapiUI ....toOOyOOO.ttO
The Bank of Commarca
i. at? a m rttt. tucniwa
- - buss usan
J"0.' Resident 1. C. BaLoaiDaa, Lonba. w. C. Lsoaaaf. CaaMaltoi
w ,:rznlcrnM'a M - - woor
W.a.BTBIOBLBa, Cashier. A. M. BLAOSarn i ia n.kii a. rv. r,
B. J. kaaaaoa. Aaateunt Csahler.
Di',K)siUry for Atchison,
SAJMPLE ILJID (CLUB R0023
Finest WUSU6S, Biak'dlei, WIn63f Etc. "
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO West Railroad Ato Alboftaort oo.
LAS VEGAS. Ns M. . t , . . ' . 1 V jM .. ,' .j.'
CJaOHlETA, N. Ma ijAlABUQUjmQUE. I7.atl.
StNOtJ OWl X.
Gr. HENEY, JVC. D
Student of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Praaco.
THIJ1TT-8H TRAK8' PRACTICH. Ittlf 01TLT TRILiTXD.
, Cn"1 snarsntoed In eery ease nndertakeo when a core Is pnctlcabl. and aeaalsaa
(ionorrhoea, let and stricture spredllT cared with Ur. blrord'i "ranch IUMdl eeWs
LVAH"UT0TlTUhl.,, TUKlfK DAYS. NcUSaNUaCSOIuSSI,
V' f " A, ""J1 SlerrnatorTriea, seminal Iwea. nlaht emlealona, jnsomtila, drspnodTncy '
2rI nJ.iLl'.Ji' ,nho Practiced lo tha World's HuepttaT Parte. kaVararTcat .4Jye J"
o.ouupstlents socceesfully cured within the last nine yaara, Caa rafat to paUeota cured, by
tll."i.nl7r.,,, y?c? 8ertenth rKriiTniJ, W " n leiaTCci lo .
Ik.l-ilaVil'V0 Poll,hl """"P and Bohemian snokeo. OeasaasJkasAM u O.
saaatKaaia rssaa Corresp -mdence solicited I sulotly eooddauiaal - - .
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed
Second St, oetween Railroad and Copper Areas
Horace aad Male Bought aJ.avaao4.'
Agante for Colambaa Baggy ConyaaTj
Tho Beat Turaoate la tho City.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY tmm-
Carriages, Road Carta, Soring Wajjona, Victoria
Buggies, Phaetoni, Kto, for Sale, i I t t
Addregg W. L. TRIMBLE h CO AlbngnergBft.' yWI Jfezfea '
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTHE. Proos.
Finest WLdslI Imported and
' Tbe Coolest and Elj;hct
Finest Billiard II a U In the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigartf
,0c HiV j" ALL
25e 50c ''il' I iihaii DRUGGISTS
aa n a aataB
Their 8R0CKBIKS hare the feoalaa rtaVf
(t TKA3 and C0KFKK3 and CANNED ttOOUd rare, Jf
mhe, Kll th. finest LAQKB BKBU, U
-L To clesaaB their natrons la thie idaXa.
Tn WLNK8 & LIQCOBS. ws always And J
The ehotoest qoajlty ot trttj Half
fc. Thos oonipetlttou they &atj. -1
06 T0TI.& UaiQI eaal Im beat tar 1
Agents for Coyote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivery to all part of the city
New Tftlepbor e 247. 218, 21 B AND 217 NORTH THIED 8T
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Iron aad Brass Oaatmi) Ore, Ooal and LamW Oarsi Bharln,r, Pollers, Orate Bare
Babbit leelali Columns and Iron fronts fur Boiltiinasi Ka pairs est
Mining and MIU Machinery a BpeoiaJtjr.
FOUNDRY: 'OE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
1210 Railroad Avenue,
Mutual Telephone No. 143.
U. 8. DEFOSlTOKf.
Depository for tS Atlajitk A
J?tdfic nrl the Atthfxjfl,
lopeka A om Ft
CFPICER3 1ID DISEC7CLS:
U. W. FLOCRAOT ....TlaPnaidenl
A.A.KKX 'JaaAl r
FRANK IIdERI. . . .AsidsUnt Oasilot
A. A. GRANT.
In Albaqaerone. H. U.
Awn twwt tsTrrBma oat nmottk
say mgsaltassi AMsarf I
W, A. MAawatX. Wbolcaal, Drnggil.
Topekt 4 t3ant4 Fe lUllwa.
COCATSKILL, N. Uf.";
Frank It. lonea.1
Domestic Vines mi Cciai
Grate ( Later Serrea.
Allaqnerque, N M.