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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Ill'tiHKS A MuCKKIHUT, ITblihhihs
Thos. UuuHfe) Kditor
W. T. IfoCRRiitHT, Bo. Vgr. and City K1
rOllblKHKII DAII.1 AND WKKKLV.
Associated Press Afternoon Telegram.
Ofllrlal Paper of IternnlilloCoanly.
OllliMal Paper of City of Alhtiqrierqn.
lArgeM City and County Circulation
The lMftat New Mexico Circulation
Larirest rth Artaona (Hrcnlallon
AUUQlKRyl'K, MAKCI1 10, lm
THE "dog of
war" are a heary tai on
Gov. Otkho I swinging hid deraplta
lion ai in frrrat shape.
New Mixko ban II4U12.73 in own
in the territorial treasury.
It Is Impwilble to borrow trouble with
out paying usurious Interest.
Every day newn conies of deaths and
the wrecking of Tossels en route to the
Alaskan gold fields.
The city school the city library, the
city fountain! and the city parks must be
provided with city water.
Krarlt 00,000 acre have been re
claimed in Ireland during the pant year
from bog and marsh lands.
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The Indications now are that yonng
Letter wlU clear op from (8,000,000 to
110,000,000 In bis wheat deal.
Vt'RiNU all this nproar Orover Cleve
land la sitting In his stocking feet wait
ing for the ducks to begin dying.
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The correspondents of the yellow news
papers bave been expelled from Cuba
again. Their offense, as heretofore, is
New Zealand baa twenty-two estab
lishment for fretting meat for Kuro
pean markets. They can handle t.ooo,
000 sheep a year.
Imprisonment In the county Jail for. a
period of Dot lees than thirty days nor
more than sixty. The .law permitting
the killing of deer and antelope Is only
operative during the months of Septem
ber, October and November, and Include
such deer and antelope as have horns.
With a qti trier of a million men In
Cuba and the Philippine nnable to put
down Insurrectionists who are in num
ber but a han If ul in comparison, Ppalu'e
total war strength of l.DHIt'7 men be
come not only a pigmy but au Impotent
pigmy age-lint the 10,13i.7ss available
men of the rnited State.
Thuik Is very li' lie snowou the moun
tains of New Mexico, much let than
usual at this season of the year.
AMI. Of. II IK.NIHIIT.
"Splrlta," lllr,la, ranis, Had "Hilly' Man
To-night I'rof. Zjinloch opens his three
nights engagement at the opra house.
An entire change of program will be giv
en each evening. The show is good and
more than good at the price. Krom every
town along the line we hear the highest
praise of this entertainment. The fol
lowing is from the Ban iJlego, Cel., Daily
The entertainment given by Zamloch
last eveulug was clever and entertain
ing. The crowd was good natured, and
there to be amused and were amused. It
was more the pleasing way of d ilhg them
than the tricks tlienisi'lve that proved so
Interesting. The wine and water trick,
the pawing of lliiilils from bottle to
gloss, ami back again, never fails to
cause wonder. And the same may be
said of another variation of the trick,
when birds, or apples, or watches, or
what not are used.
Themoet Interesting of Zamloch'l per
formance was his spirit rapping. The
intelligence of drum, hat and table, the
means by which the spirits, which Zauj
lock took pains to explain were not spir
its, eoinmuuioated with the audience was
a continued source of surprise. Silent
"Billy" Marks, "never In a hurry." Is
clever. He never hurries while before
the spectators, but It is not Improbable
that another story could be told of him
when he is behind the scenes.
The distribution of presents at the
close of the performance caused much
merriment and laughter. Borne truly
valuable gifts were Iwstowed.
The president is earneetly requested
to stop tooling with the Spanish question
long enough to appoint a republican
postmaster la this city.
There are reported to be 1,187 reli
gious newspapers and periodicals, with
an average circulation of 12,064 copies,
now published In the United Btates.
The last sate retreat of the beaver In
the United 8tatea, la the canyon of the
Elo Grande, between Ragle Pass and Kl
Paso, a distance of about 300 miles.
Arizona will bold a convention of her
miners at Phoenix. April 1. It la an
nounced that exhibit! will also be placed
from the principal camps of the ter
The Bellamy colonies founded In
. Bouth Australia Ave years ago appear to
have met the fate of all similar expert
menu to make Ideal commuultim a
UoHE than two hundred new versions
of the Bible, or parts of It have been
made during the past sixty years, and the
work of completing and perfecting them
Is still progressing.
The Voaat U.f.n.
One-half the number of Improved can
non, mortars and emplacement will be
located and placed in suitable position
ere the expiration of 1808. The Artillery
Bjard Is oonstautly making practical
surveys, so far as these relate to the
army, and tne eHiannsnmeni oi adequate
military protection or our seaboard is re
eeivlng strong endorsement. Meanwhile
there Is a means ot defence from greater
DhiHlcal calamity, anil Dial Is the use or
lloetetter's htouiacb Bitters, which by re
storing the tone of the nerves and etom
ach, iuvtgorate the entire system. It
also prevents malarial, kidney and rheu
matic aliments, and cures biliousness
and constipation. Those who have been
cured by It sieak in no uncertain terms
as to Its effectiveness.
HANDS UP, THERE!"
"NOW, GET IN LINE !"
It Falls Cpoi the Bcidt
Fuller Particulars of the Daring Hold
up and Robbery at Gallup.
TMU LATEST DOINGS AT THE CARBON TOWN.
Less thin ten inches of rain fell In
this city last year. It Is the dryest por
tion or New Mexico. This is why It Is
recommended to those suffering from
The Argentine 1'aclllc railway, from
Buenos Ay res to the foot ot the Audes, tor
til miles Is without a curve, and with
out any cutting or embaukment deeper
than two or three feet
Kvkrt enlisted man on the cruiser
New York has given t5 out ot his
month's pay to the fund tor the families
of the Maine victims. In spite of the effort
to limit the subscriptions to (2.
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The national base ball league has
adopted drastto rules to prevent rowdy
Ism on the diamond. The minor leagues
will put money in their pockets if they
strictly enforce tht8 regulations.
The London Times, in iti annual state
ment, says the drink bill of the United
Kingdom la nearly 1 17.500,000 In eicexs
of that In 1VJI, averaglug about lltf.12
for each man, woman and child.
It is stated on Uerman authority that
the astounding number of 2.000,000 glims
eyes are mails every year in Germany
and Switzerland, while one French house
mauufavt'irers 3oo,ooo of them aniiully
mm county snoutd buna a wagon
bridge across the Hlo Grande near 1'eua
lllanca. The people ot Maud would no
doubt liberally assist. The bridge is
badly uerded by l Ue Cochlll mining
An exchange dtwcrlbes a situation
widen is known In every newspaper
olline, when it says that a uiuo doe not
think of the feelings of his mother wheu
he gets into a disgraceful state ot de
pravity, but be expects the editor to bave
tender regard tor that mother's feelings
and omit his name In telling the shame
Anothkk phase ot the cigarette smok
ing evil 1 attracting the attention of
Cluclnuutl physicians. In the cane of
JoHeph Savage, 10 years old, lu one ot the
city hospitals. Through smoking forty
cigarettes a day he contracted au ulcer,
which destroyed the membraue behind
the palate lu bis throat, and be now
exhales suiiike from his ears, as well as
from his uontrlU.
The time for shooting game, according
to law, lucludlug qiiatl, grouse, prairie
chlckeu, pheasant, wild turkey and part
ridge expired t'te Urst of alurch. Any
person violating the luw, says the Silver
City KulerprlMt, will be lined a sum nut
less than 3o uor mure than f too aud
Hearing la Chamber.
In the matter ot assumpsit, wherein,
on February ID, 18U8, T. B. Catron was
granted a Judgment by default for $30,
822 In the district court against 11. 11.
Carpenter. K. A. Fluke, attorney for Car
penter, has died a motion to vacate and
set aside the judgment, contending that
he Died bis answer In time to avert the
Judgment by default. The nice questions
ot law Involved came up before Judge
McKie In chambers this afternoon at
o'clock and the hearing was still In pro
gress when this report closed. New
Mrs. Ntc.l llv.. Uonil.
Springer, N. M March 10. Mrs. Ida
May Steele has given bond In the sum of
11,000, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson
aud John B. Jacot, a stockman, being her
A Clmr Trick.
It certainly looks like it, but there is
no trick about It. Anybody can try it
who has lame back aud weak kidneys.
malaria or nervous trouble. We mean
he can cure himself right away by tak
ing electric bitters. This medlolne tones
up the whole system, acts as a stimulant
to the liver and kidneys, Is a blood purl
Her and nerve tonic. It cures constipa
tion, headache, fainting suells, sleeuless-
newi and melancholy, it is purely vegeta
ble, a mild laxative, aud restores the
svstem to Its natural vigor. Try Klectrlc
Bitters and be convinced that they are a
miracle worker. Kvery bottle guaranteed,
(inly tirty ceuts at bottle, at J. 11.
O Kleliy drug store.
Trouble raged In the Gypsy camp near
the Continental Oil works Tuesday night
One ot the male members ot the tribe
came to town and reported that he had
been robbed of 23 and that some ot the
gold ornaments in his wife's balr had
been removed. A deputy sheriff, with
the posse comltatus, went out to quell
the diHturbanre but the disturbers had
made good their escape before be ar
Miss KUxt Marmon, who was formerly
connected with the Iudlan school in this
City, came la from Laguua last night,
aud was met at the train by Superln
teudent aud Mrs. Allen, Miss Wallace and
Miss Doris. Miss Marmon Is now on her
way to Lawrence, Kansas, where ehe will
take the normal course at the Haskell
J. 8. Temple, manager of the Western
Newspaper Union, at Denver, came in
from the north last night, and made a
pleasant call at this ollloe this morning
lie is making a trip throughout southern
New Mexico, interviewing the customers
of the Union, aud will go south to-mor
The four Misses Co nan, sinters ot the
president of the Baltimore & Ohio rail
road, accompanied by Messrs. See ley and
Ames, with their lamllies, passed through
the city last night ou a special Baltimore
& Ohio car ou their way to 8an Diego,
Cal., where they expect to spend a few
Kegular lueettug of Harmony Lodge
No. 17, 1. O. 0. K. to-night at 7:30. De
gree work. All members requested to at
tsiid. Uniting brothers cordially In
vited. B. A. Slf yster, N. G. Kd. L. Med
Mrs. C. M. 11a. ken and George P her
son, came up from Kl Paso last night
aud are at the Highland. They are uot
entirely strangers to the city, bavlug
spent some time here a few weeks ago.
Daniel Klliott, roadmaster of the Lai
Vegas division, speut laxt night in the
City, returning tltls morniugon the local
G. L. Mayer and family, coming in
from Aricoua laxt night, are at bturges'
M. O'Neill aud B. V. Camillas, of Ci rri 1
los, are In the city to-day ou business.
R. C. Uptcgrove, registering from Las
Vegas, Is at the European to-day.
Gallup, N. M., March U.-The daring
robbery ot Kitchen A Kennedy's saloon
at this place, on Tuesday night, remains
the principal topic of conversation here.
The saloon Is on of the most prominent
In town, being In the principal block of
business boose. The work ot the des
peradoes showed the clean-cut methods
of old hands at the business, and for this
reason ll 1 suspected that It wai the
work ot an organlxed band of outlaws.
There It no doubt that the hold-up
which proved so successful was carefully
planned. la less time than It take to
tell ot the occurrence, after the men en
tered the saloon, the twenty ocenpaut of
the place at the time were lined with
"hand np" and their face loth wall.
While two ot the robbers covered the
party with their gun, the other twj re
lieved them ot all they possessed In the
way of valuable and money. Several
had watches taken from them, Peter
Kitchen, one of the proprietors, losing a
handsome gold chronometer worth $160.
With two guns at his bead Mr. Kitchen
manipulated at the safe for fifteen min
utes, pretending that he didn't know the
combination, and at last believing him,
the thieve left the place without mak
ing It robber complete. For the same
reason the drawer ot the gambling
table, which contained several hundred
dollar In gold aud greenbacks, were not
molested. All the money la sight, bow
ever, upwards of $'KW, besides the goods
ot the patrons present was transferred to
the robber's pockets
It was one of the coolest proceedings
possible all-around. Recognlxlng the
desperate character of the miscreant Im
mediately, there was no hesitancy on the
part ot anyone to comply with the com
mand for "hands np," aud "get In Hue,"
to be robbed.
One Baker, a railroad employe, exhib
ited rare nonchalance duriug the ordeal
n bile being compelled to disgorge, like
the others, he continued to
'JjetT the robbers, telliug them
to leave enough for a drink, etc.
Ue aaked one ot the men for permission
to light a cigar and when a silver dollar
rolled away from the masked visitor be
placed his toot on It and said be guessed
he would keep that anyway. And so he
did. Baker told another of the hold ups
that he recognized him and was an
ewvred with an oath to shut np.
Another man who had valuable time
piece, bad the same closely examined by
one ot the thieve, who as soon a he saw
the charm attached to the chain was a
certain secret society emblem be refused
to take either.
The Incident, which was conducted all
through with all the quietude ot
frieudly visit, was uot without Its ludi
A llfth member ot the gang who was
stationed on guard outside, halted all
who endeavored to pass the saloon aud
beaded them for the interior, where their
particular case received the considera
tion bestowed ou the other.
To those who were bound for the place
anyway, he paid no attention. One ot
these was young fellow who came
waltilng into the saloon, for a night cap.
Ue bad his lively spirits rudely Jarred by
looking Into the mutxle ot a revolver.
With the expression of "0b, hell!" he
took his position with the others.
A darkey musician employed In Kee-
gan's saloon happened In In the same
way. He had his night's wages with bim
and was bent on getting "Just one more
before going to bed." He didu't even get
a drluk for his money. When a revolver
was thrust uuder his nose, he tried to
utter an ejaculation of surprise, but
couldn't bring forth a sound. It is said
that this colored gentleman actually
turned pale, but bis friends refuse to be
lieve this base Insinuation.
After completing their work the rob
bers escaped as told la yesterday's Citi
zen. As soon as Marshal Green who Is also
a deputy sheriff for this part ot the
county beard ot the occurrence, he or
gaulttMl a party ot six Iudlan trailers,
who returned later with the information
that the desperadoes were headed for the
Subsequently a posse of twenty In
dians In charge of "Navajo Charley'
set out with the instructions to kill the
men it they came upon them aud they
refused to surrender.
It Is raining In this vicinity to-day,
and It Is feared that the trail may be lost
on this accoi'nt, but It Is generally be
lieved that the Indians will uot give np
the pursuit while there rem&lus the least
chance ot capture. Iieputy Sheriff Fran
Cisco has provided horse aud is with
Some ot those robbed seem positive
that they recognized two or three ot the
hold-ups as belonging In the neighbor
hood, despite the fact that they wore
handkerchiefs over their face and had
closely drawn down slouch hat.
Marshal Green feels certain that the
men came across the couutry from
Utah, be bavlug received Information
recently that a baud who had left that
state sometime ago might be headed this
One of the most chagrined men in
town to day is Pat. Kennedy, oue of the
proprietors of the saloon. He passed out
ot the place a tew uiluute before the
robbery. Had be been present, bis friends
assert, he would have taken desperate
chance before aubmlttlug to being
robbed. There were too niauy for him,
however, aud his life might bave been
taken with bis coin bad be been preeent
to offer opposition. J. K. 11.
Frien is will kindly omit sending flower?.
The foregoing mournful announcement
will cauxe sincere sorrow wherever the
lovely and accomplished lady, whose
beautiful eye have forever been closed
by death, was known and her many shin
ing qualities of head and heart were
recognized and appreciated. During her
residence In Santa Fe, Mrs. Hughe had
endeared herself to large circle of
friends, who unit In tendering their
heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved hus
band, motherless children and sorrow
raitten father and mother as they sit In
the dark shadow ot their unspeakable
grief. New Mexican.
I desire to attest to the merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as one of
the most valuable and t indent prepara
tions on the market. It brnks a i exceed
ingly dangerous cough for me in U
hours, and in gratitude therefor, I desire
to Inform you that 1 will never be with
ut It, and you should feel prond of the
high esteem In which your remedies are
held by people In general. It Is the one
remedy among ten thousand. Snccees to
It. . K. Ihiwnkt, Kdltor Demoerat, Al
bion, Ind. For sale by all druggists,
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO.
From the Optic.
Mr. Harry Kelley, who has been quit
111, Is reported better.
Ford Harvey closed a contract with F.
M. Johnson, manager ot the local Depot
hotel, for three years.
Judge and Mrs, Thomas Smith will
leave San Francisco on the 12th for Hon
olulu, to visit that Pacific paradise.
Nestor Abramowskl passed bis 8-year
milestone lint Monday, celebrating the
event In bed from an attack of measles.
Joshua 8. Raynolds bas donated to the
Presbyterian church a hsndsom pip
organ, for which be should bave the
thanks ot the entire community.
The name ot II. W. Kelly bas been tre
quently and favorably mentioned as a
candidate for mayor of the city of Las
Vegas at the approaching election. No
better selection could be made, Mr. Kelly
being one of the best business men ot
New Mexico, sound, strong, and worthy
ot all confidence.
From the Newi,
Acatdo Galiegos arrived In Lincoln this
week. He has been in Clayton, Union
county, the past year, where be has been
ohlet deputy in the sheriff's olllce.
L. B. Walters was down from bis ranch
above Stanton one dny last week. Mr.
Walter says this has been an excellent
winter for sheep, aud that they are all In
good shape for the lambing season.
The Lincoln public school will close
next Friday, March 11. It Is a pity that
the school caunot be continued for an
other two mouths, for the pupils are pro-
greselng nicely aud the teacher giving
good satisfaction, but the school fund is
exhausted and the new law prohibit
school districts going In debt.
From the New Mi-xlcao.
Dr. A. J. Morrison arrived over the
Santa Fe. He will spend the week her
assisting In the special KvuiigelUtlo ser
vice new In progress at the St. John's
Methodist Kplscopul church.
Ralph Hullorau, the well known In
surance man, of Albuquerque, registered
at the Palace hotel. Ue was a passenger
on the Denver fc Klo Grande train for
the north Tuesday.
John A. Jacohy, ganger for the Internal
revenue office, from Albuquerque, Is In
the city ou official business, stopping at
B, A. Sleyster, ot Albuquerque, 1 In
the city, and registers at the Palace
hotel. He Is ou Insurance buslues.
The community U well pleased with
the appointment ot Kdward L. Bartlett,
Kxq., as solicitor general. Expressions
of approval are heard ou ail side.
T. A. Goodwin, ot this city, bas com
pletcd the work ot chalulug through the
proposed new telephone line, from Thorn
ton to Bland for Manager Towusend, of
the New Mexico Telephone company and
manager ot the local Poital telegraph
office. This line will be connected with
Santa Fe and Albuquerque by means of
the Postal company's wires.
After a long and painful Illness the
infant son ot Mr. aud Mrs. Stephen Ray
mood, of Cerrlllos, died at St. Vincent'
hoepltal. Tbe little one was 2 years old
and has been a constant sufferer at the
hospital named for two mouths. The
mourulug mother took the body to Cer
rlllos overland this morning.
The chain ot title having been com
pleted In a satisfactory manner, A. C.
Sweet, assistant cashier of the American
National bauk of Kaunas City, paid to the
owners the amount agreed upon for the
000 acres ot placer ground on the Cbama
river above Abiqnlu, pome time ago pur
chased by the Rio Arriba Placer Miulug
company, and tooE up the deeds that
were in escrow lu the First National
bauk of hanla Fe.
1IM0VAU, IESI0EATI0ES, APFOIETlfEfTt
Tuesday morning Governor Otero re
ceived the resignation ot Vincent B. May,
of Lai Croce, as a member of the bureau
Also, aft r careful consideration of the
ca of Thomas J. null, an order was
mads by the executive removing Mr.
Bull from the ofll?e of regent ot the
The resignation ot R. L. Voting, Ksq.,
as dimrici attorney ror me uona-Ana
county district, was accepted.
The following executive orders to Oil
these vacancies were Issued Tuesday, and
KXKCITIVE OrKlt E, i
Santa Fe, N. M., March 8, 108. )
Whereas, A vacancy exists In the board
of regent of the New Mexico College of
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, located
at l.as Crnce, N. occasioned by the
removal ot Thomas J. Bull, of Dona Ana
county, N. M.;
Now, therefore, I, Miguel A. Otero, gov
ernor ot the territory ot New Mexico, by
virtue of the authority lu me vested, soil
tor the purpose of tilling such vacancy
occasloued by the removal of Thomas J.
Hull, do this day appoint jaooo Ariuijo, ot
the county of Dona Ana, to till said va
cancy and act as a member of the board
ot regents ot the New Mexico College of
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, lor me
unexpired term ot the said Thomas J.
Bull, as provided by law.
Hone at the executive otiic mis, me
8th day of March, A. D. 1UDS.
n Itness my haud and the great seal ot
the territory of New Mexico.
Meal. allot Kl. A vtfro.
Governor of the Territory ot New Mexico.
By the governor:
Gkokue H. Wallace,
Secretary of the Territory ot New Mex
KxKct'TKE Orrit'g, i
Santa Fe, N. M., March 8. 1M0H. $
Whereas, A vacancy exists In the office
ot district attorney for the county of
Dona Ana, In the territory of New Mex
ico, occasioned by the resignation ot R.
L. loting, oi iwna Ana county.
of New Mexico, by
TAB Oiim'J AX 3.
of Foci fowi
Now, therefore, L Miguel A. Otero, gov
y oi a
virtue of the authority In me vested, and
tor the DurDoee of tilling such vacancy
occasloued by the resignation of said It.
L. louiig, do this day appoint John v.
Brvan. of the county of Dona Ana, to nil
said position and act as district attorney
ror the county or uona Ana, in me lerri-
tory of New Mexico, a provide! by law.
Done at the executive oinoe, this, tne
8th day of March. A. v.. 1M0H.
Yi Itnees my band and tbe great seal or
the territory ot ftew aieiico.
(Seal) Miguel A. Otero,
Governor ot the Territory ot New Mex
By the Governor.
Geo. H. Wallace,
Secretary of the Territory ot New Mex
Executive Okh e,
Sauta Fe, N. M, March 8, 1M08.
Whereas, A vacancy exists in the office
of commissioner of the bureau of Immi
gration for tbe Third Judicial district In
me territory ot new Mexico, occasioned
by tbe resignation ot Vincent B. May, of
Dona Ana county;
now Therefore. I. Miguel a. omro,
governor of tbe territory of ew Mexico,
by virtue ot tbe authority in me vested
and for the purpose of filling such va
cancy occasloued by the resignation of
the said inceut H. May. do this day an
point Harry L. Miles, of the couuty of
Dona Ana, in the Third judicial district
to till said vacancy and act as commis
sioner of the bureau of Immigratiou for
the unexpired term of the said V lucent
b. .May, as provided by law.
Doue at the executive office this 8th
day of March. A. D. 108.
Yi itness my hand and the great seal of
me territory or iew Mexico.
teal fldiiiUEL a. utero.
Governor of tbe Territory of New
By the Governor:
Geo. II. Wallace,
Secretary of the Territory of New
baking powder at 25 or 30
cents a pound? Ridiculous!
It can't be made. Cream
of tartar costs too much.
The grocer must make a
profit; and so must the man
Wow Om Kin Inn,
An Old and Well-Tried Hkmedt.
Mrs. Wlnslow' Hoothlug Syrup has
been nsed for over fifty years by mlllloni
ot mothers tor their children while teeth'
lug, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and Is the beet remedy
ror diarrhoea. It is pleasaut to the taste.
Sold by druggists fn every part ot the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its
value I Incalculable. Re sure aud ask
for Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other Eind.
Copt. Jas. A. DulTcy,
Or TOLEDO, OHIO.
The OrM Rultwav DaOctlv Tslls What Dr.
Wilei' FUmtdias Nav Dene
For Hlmtalf an Wlfs.
Kogngnmeht ot the World's
In an Kntertainment Unsurpassed by
the(reateit Necromancers the
World Kver Produced.
March 10,11, 12.
1 Number of Valuable Presents Will Be Given
Iwiy it Each Performance.
Z.mlorh he. rm-l with no much .ucrcM dur
ing til. long riiK.frf-tnelit ni the Al Mar that
hi- will ciiutintif our wet-It longer. Dally Kl
miner. Noi rrunci.ro, Cal.
In In. .Irislit-of. hand trirka tie Lit nrreili
anv one ho lia. rrvl,lu j TiKoD.Laily
Cltlii-u, 1 ui mil.
It,of Mrs. HuibM.
Died at Sauta Ke, N. M at 1 o'clock p.
m., March 8, Mrs. Margaret Joyce Hughes,
formerly of Columbus, Ohio, wits of Levi
Allen Hughes. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Joyce, have been constantly at her
bedside duriug her late Illness. The
funeral, which will be private, will take
place from ber lat home, on Thursday.
Hon. Roman A Baca, of San Mateo, N.
M., is at Sturges' Kuropaen.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Orap Cresa el Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Mrs. J. L. Morris, wife ot tbe general
merchant at Thornton, Is at the Kuro
pean. She Is here on business, and ex
pect to return horn this evening. She
report Colonel Morrison In good health.
OK T1IK I'NITED STATKS.
JANl'AKY I, 1SHH,
Rt&trve on all
cies (4 per cent
all other Liabilities.
plus, 4 per cent
we fcir v y a.
ETKl'TIVE Work requires cooataot
iKllanre, ateady oerrea, a clear
head and active brain. "A year airo,"
writes Cpt. Dnffey, of til Orchard St., Tole
do, Ohio, "I overworked my If, was la
anrh a rnndltlnn aleep wa Impoaalbls. I was
so nervous I could not
11 In bed; my arms
and llml twitched
and my .y.tem seemed
I tii'iina ualng Ir.
MllrV Nervine and the
fourth bolt I reaUtnKi
me to health, Mr.
I'ulTry hail -u it-r.-.l for eighteen year with
heart dlwa. had trlnl every rr medy with
out avail until he t'xm Dr. Mile' Nw
Hnart ( ura two year, airo. For tn past
yearahe litia tit-en free from the trouble."
Dr. Miles :"m(.in't ar told hy all drua
fflma uuurr a stilve guarantee, first bottle
benefit or money refunded. Hook on Heart
and Nerve-4 went free to all applicant.
I)K. Mlt.fcH MI;nif'AMX Klkhart, Ind.
K MaKh .01
RANT OPERA HOUSE
Adtnlwilnti. .nctiiillnjf one chnnrr forapilzc,
r rsrr ru rM Htu, iiiciiHllng IWU
t hanccf fur a prize, 60c.
SEATS ON SUE AT W. T. WAlTOfS.
A. E. WALKEli,
Secretary lutuil Building ImocIiUod.
flln at J. C Haldiida'a Liaibw Tar.
Call at Headquarters for
leather. Harness, Saddles, Saddlery,
Haddlcrv Hardware. Cut Soles. Shoe
NalK Humes, Chain, Whips, Collar,
Sweat Pads, Castor Oil. Axle Great.,
H 'a'.ou Coach Oil, I'nto Negro, Knddy
Harvester Oil.NeatsfootOII, Lard Oil,
Harness Oil, Linseed Oil, Castile Soip,
Harness Soap, Carriage Sponges,
inaiuoin oain, uorxe .Medicines.
Prloo tho Xiowasiti
Highest Market Prices Paid tor Hides
Thos. F. Keleher,
406 Railroad Avt Albuquerque.
City : Drug : Store
Third Bt. and Railroad Ave,
Drags. Medicines, Paints, Oils, Etc. I
WUOLKSALK AND KKTAIL
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
Successor to Plllabury Walton.
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Offii
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. I64
Old Teleohone No 25
Leave ordersTrlmble's stables
BAL11NQ BROH., PaoraiwroM.
Wedding UakeT a Specialty
W Deslr Patronage, and w
Ouarante First-Class Baking.
ralesrapborderaaollcltwl and Promptly Filled
l or People That Are A
Siok or "Just Don't U 1 1 I V
1'oel Well." rlLLO
ONLY ONI rOSJ A DO.
RwMM Pimptat, cur haaach. 0,tpptk) a a
Catunnaat. 2S-l. a u at .Irunri.i. or hr maj
bnuuiiim ra. auuraa ur. Boaank i;. i'aua.
The Rosy Freshness
Sni a velvety aoftnitaa of tit akin ta lnv
ruiily nliiaiued ly I boa wUu ua ISwaoai'
W. V. FUTRELLE,
Wholesale and 1Ma11 Pealer
nr0SJH0LJ(. 00 m
Sold Cheap fir Ca.h or on
thr Inallltnrtit I'lan. Aio
rated at rraaonaLle ratra.
Cor. First sail Gold,
i Ki VCt first ,8t.
106 6old ave.
I Albuquerque, New Mexico.
aiwajs In Btoc
First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque.
Wholesale Grocer I
Orrimm th laryMt tad
Moot MxtAaUtT II took mt
FLOUR, GRAIN &
PROVISIONS. -istaple : groceries:-
Oar Lt Spoolalty.
T ax foaad athwart.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. t t I ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
A complete Stock of tho
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Lace Shoes of All
Good Goods at Low Prices
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
ilia i Sum irurrtaaaiB&
Th rxweat and best foods from th
leading potteries oi tbe world, la wholesale
or retail. Oioke table ware, elegant toilet
seta, beautiful vaaeal a full line of glassware,
bar goods, lamp chimney and burner,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
bruthes, toy and doll.
118 SOUTH FIRST STREET
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
Hew and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, Bold, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of household goods. Get
others bids and we will see them 10 per cent better.
AU goods sold cheap for cash or on installments
Wo. Ill Wortli First St.
- N. M.
H. H. Warkentin
Albnqaerque Bowling Parlors!
Coruei Vint St. and Copper Ave.
Tbe flnrat Bnwllo Alley tn the Sootbweet,
Nice place to epend the creulu.
The New Chicago
IB one of the nlosst resort la the
city, and Is supplied with the
best and Onset liquors.
UEISCH A BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Boom by the day,
week or mouth.
800 Wit Railroad Avenue.
New Assurance Writ
Amount Declined $24,491,973
HENRY B. HYDE, President.
J. W. ALEXANDER, Vice Preident.
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
General Manager New Mexico and Arizona
Department, Albuquerque, N. M.
MlKhfwt la.li Frloe Paid
For furniture, stove, carpets, clothing,
trunks, narums, saildlss, shoos, etc
Hart's, 117 liold aveuue, next to Wells
Kargo Kxpret olllce. hee rue before you
buy or sell.
8ttk ok Ouiu, City or Tolkik), i
Ll'L As t'ol'S'l v. J
Kuan J. Oiknky makes oath that he
Is the senior pitrtnur of the tlriu of K. J.
I'HKNKK .V Co., doing business lu the City
of Toledo, County and htate aforeeald,
and that said tlrui will pay the sum ot
(INK 111 MiKKI) DOL1.AKN for each aud
every cane of Cat a mm that cannot be
cured by theuseut Hall's CatahhiiCi'KK.
Bworn to before me aud sutMcrlbed In
my prerteuce, this tHh day of leceiuber,
A. U. IKvl.
: Hall's Carturrh Cure is taken Internally
aud aets directly ou the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Keud (or testi
I'tT Sold by druggists, 75.
Don't forgot the "Ureen Front Shoe
Store," No. 113 Hailroad avenue, William
Chaplin; cheapest and beet place to get
shoes aud repairing done on the shortest
Liberty chilTixis, something new, at
the Uolden Hule 1'ry Goods compuuy.
TEE FAVORITE SALOON
T11K GOLDSTAR I Yua .tumid not Q
paah but call and take a auclal ia.O
High claaa Liquuie we tlnd here. A
Sallatai tlun tu all la DK LUCCA'S lde
Eacelleut Uerr, It la the rule, I
To krep It alwav .harp and te
Graod Wlnea are here, of flavor true,
All kiuda, liutHirtrd and uative, to
Of Clgara, the choice.! branda we know, f a
Krliable and pure, where'er we g
Look In, thrn; pay a rt.it atHin. Kf
To the famoua UOLU s 1'AK 8 A LOO 11
Depend upon It, near or far, A
Noue can compete with tb UOLU X
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
Very Finest MTines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thiid Street and Ttjeraa Aveone.
Atlantic Boor Hall!
BCBNKIDBR X, Props.
Cool Ket Beerondraoghti the Dneat Natles
Win and the vary beet of n rat. claaa
LlQOon. Otvs oa s call.
KAILBOAD ATBMCS, ALlCQCBBQCa.
A koud flacM.
Graude A Puentll from them we reap, T)
all kiiut. of Liquor, tine od ibe I
Reliable quality we set here. A
to Mfll pure giMxia la their lde.m
A Iway. cool and aliaip, llirir Hi-rr,
AV oultr untHjiialled fax or oeI
Noble Wlnra. all patniu. irret, EJ
Imported and domeattc, a Stock complet u
Ddhciuu. Cigar, loo, litre we gain, Kf
chotce.t davora we obtall
Excellent Uoo.nt botii clrau and neat, nr
at Vuv on 8iutb r irat Stree
&lhu. at Albuquerque Uieiv are pinny I
who favor OKANLk A PAHENTI
AU kinds of Freah and Sa
Meats. . ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMIL KLEIN WORT, Prop
Cor. Oold Ave. ant Arno St.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
N.w Teltiphon No. t4.
VE tosfer supply our seeds to dealers )
" sell aials. At the same time, any
one who lias bought our seeds of their
local dealer during either i&6 or i&)7 v. ill
te sent our Manual ol " Everylhlaf for lbs
Uardea " lor IHVtt rprp provided they
spply by letter llL,U and Rive the
name of the local merchant from whom
tncy boufhi. To ull others, this magnifi
cent Manual, every copy ot which costs ui
JO cents to place In vour hands, will be sent
tree on receipt ol lu ceais (.stamps) to cover
postage. Nothing like this Manual has
ever reen seen here or ahrn.ij ; it is a book
of 200 pages, contains 800 engravings of
seeds and plants, mostly new, and these are
supplemented by full size colored plates
of the best novelties of the season, tinally,
OUR "SOUVENIR" SEED COLLECTION
will also be sent without charge to all appli
cants sending 10 cts. for the Manual who will
state where they saw this advertisement.
FMI Car Aaalkatl W ill gacdv N. AtieatlM.
Have your root paiuttxl with asphalt
elastic roof pulnt ami your leaky roof re
paired with asbMos cement. A. W.
Haydon has It.