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Both tho mothol ami mnilta when
Fynipof Fig is taken; it is plrasant
ml rpfroshincr to the tastp, nnl arts
ppntly yot promptly on the K illnoys,
ivor and llnwcls, cloansrfi tho sys
tem effectually, dinpcls colds, head
ache and fevers and euro habitual
constipation. Symp of Figs is tlie
only remedy of ita kind ever rro
duoed, plowing to the taste ana eo.
ceptahle to the .tntnaeh, prompt in
ita action and truly beneficial in iu
effects, prepared only from tho most
health j ami nrrrocalifa substances, it
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrop of Fig is for sale in 60
cent bottle by all lending drug
gists. Any relinblo dnipRiot who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishus to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
t nnciico, ol.
loimviut. r. tw tout. a t.
T11E Ml LY CITIZEN.
JACOB KOHBEll & CO
Msonfactnrw of snd Dealer
Th Bast BaaUm-Mad Vuicls
Fine Horse-Shodoc a Specialty.
Satisfaction Quarantswd In All Wok
Repalrinfr, Painting and Trimming
Itoo on ohort ffutio. I I I I I I I
bop, Corner Copper It. tod Pint St.,
ALicqciiqea. N. M
A nmii stands no chance of 11 tig
sleeted to the iiiayurHhlp of city unleiw
he enj iy the conii lene and eetesm ot
his neighbors, lieorg W. Humphreys Is
the popular mayor of Hwantoii, Ohio,
anil nuder date of January 17, 1'6. he
writes as follows: " Hits Is to certify to
our appreciation of Clmnilierlaln's Cough
Itoniedy. My lauilly anil neltflilmrs have
tested it. Slut we know It Is mi excellent
lemeily for coughs end robin. (ieorge
W. Humphrey." Fold t.y nil dnifrgiHts.
NOTIt K Or .SlKSSOIU
The assessor of Herua'.;'ln county will
he at the places iiif n t loi.i 1 below on the
dates therein staled, for the pur pone of
receiving the properly returns ot all per
sons suliject to the isme In said pre
cinct. All persons ars required to come
to said places mentioned to tusk the
said return, otherwise they will have to
coins to the county seal :
I'reiiml 311, Kl Tajo lloli.e nl Mace I'roa.
.an, Muuli 1 i.
I'tcnm 1 1. liarclaa-IIouiM-of Vicente t'ha
vi'. M.in li 11.
I'rvrinrt Si. Lo. butioira - I It lit e of Ji'.jt
Lllrero, MhiiIi W.
I'rcciiK I H, Loa Urit'Kos -II i Juan C
r.armua Murrli 14.
rrernict 4. l.os Kane i : - . .' morn.
nil i I .Mrcla. Murrli I fi.
I'rerliut :i, A lain - a ..Mo
Motitoya, March In.
1'iecinct fori ' Alejandro
Sandoval, Murrli I
I'recliut I. Hem , of Pedro
1eiea. March le.
I'lecim! Iti, Algi' - ol Felipe
f iarria, Man h In.
i'rerintt ut. Vt.i! - i f I i renio
(iarria, Man h !M.
I'rrriiii't 17. IVn ' eof ArKonlo
Ortii, March V'.'.
I'rciinct S7, Ulan 1 I.I inch 'a .tore,
Precinct HI. Iji. I i - use of Kran
lino Ttujillo, aluuli .'
Prec inct 1 1. San :
Olifiun, ilsn h V.
1'ri'i ill' I Itt, C'asa il
1 i iifte of J nan
il. ue of Pan
lali'oll Mom. Uau ll M.
I'reillHt 'Jf, (illailatilt'i'
Uma, M ill li o.
I'ni liu l -I. I n Vvulumi
hanilov hI. Maii h o.
I'rei'ini't an, .Siiclinlenl
Mu ni, Man h In.
I'll-, inn :.', Im J.uu 1
Val. M nih II.
I'lt'iinit a:t, (ioiUHhl
KoiiiiTO. Mali'll 14.
I'rei in. I HI. S.iii Vni I
h.iiiilii.Hl. Mni'li 1 1
Pri'fiiKl Ih, .li'inel
Uontnya, M:irt li I ft.
t'li'timi a.'. Tijiriu
Kim. Mann 17.
I'rt'ttliii t 7, all Antiinin.--(i:trcia,
I'ri'i nnl a', San I'eilro
l uie of Jnnn
I'm uf llilarlo
:i f K. A.
if. ill S.iinjo
'. Jn.e K.
of C. M.
i ol . i. oiiiiro
' llotise of Juan
(linn, Minli 1
rreriiKl IU, t l.llill - lliiune
M,ii. Mari h 'il .
PriTiiu t HI, i'liillli-lloiHr of Mlltun IHiw,
Mm h VI.
1'iic in. I a?, (iallui-OMk'e ol 1.. L. Henry,
I'n-. im t 'M, (iullup Ollice of L. L. Henry,
M.n li an.
I'n riiut I Si, tllil Alliuquerque-Couit houwf,
I'reriiirt la, AlliuiiK'riue N. T. Armljo
binliliiiH, tlan-li aH, an. mi.
rri'iinct an. Allniiiii'riue N. T. Armljo
buililniK, Mulch al, April 1 anil a
J. H. AliMi.ii), Assessor.
llenuly I. Illooil lrei.
("'Iran I'I'i'i.l ineanH n i-:m hi. in. No
l'uiily without il. '.iki aii'iH. I anih 1 '.it 1
tir lean .Your I'IihhI uml Ki-i i it iUmii, Ii
mii imil up mi'i.iy iiM'i iiikI ii i ihk all nu
I'milun tiniii tho ImmIv. li.'iu l.i ilay to
l'.iinli i.iiiii Ii-h, I, I,, Klii inli
uml that nu l.ly ImIiuiii ciiniileiin liy tnkinif
I'lUKurrtM, ln'.iuty ir ten enta. AllilriiK-
(giaiH, aauBiaeilou gllarurueeu, jue, ZJi',&K
i.ow riticrs in tiiiot Kuim.
Three pnekaues Lyon Coffee for I
Kreeh Khuhhh eifun, two dozeu -o
Nutlve eKKK, per dozen 'Jo
liuuliHin eliredded cocouimt, per lb. . .21
(iiMiil liukiiiK powder, 2 lbs Uii
HcIiIIIImk'h TieHt liHklng soda, 3 lbs. . :1b
All the liewt brauds of lauudry soap
Gold Unit whhIiIiik powder, per pk. . .'Jo
Kour cannot hmt ly i't
Silver (ilnes Btari'li, a packages 25
Cider or wiue vliiegar, pergul :to
I, ticca olive oil, per gal 2.50
Klneet (lid K.ve or itmirboa, ier it . . .75
California grape hraudy, ier (t 75
And anything elite iu the groceries or
llijtior Hue at bed rock prlcee at
Kil oent e Your Itnwcl. Willi t iitii-iiretN.
t'tiriily i'ntliitrt li', curi' loiistjpati'ui fnieirr.
10c. iyc. If l 4J. O. ftnil. driih'i.'iMs refund uioiici
As Father Di 1'aluia was driving down
Railroad avenue yenlerday afceruoou, his
horns made asuddeu tuiu at south Sou
oml street, breaking one of the fore
wheels of the buggy. There might have
been a runaway had not Oillcer Kiuery
laid bauds on the horse aud held hint la
President Mi'h'liiley may declare war
with Hpaln any day but this fact will uot
preveut K. K. Trotter keeping his store
on Second street the bait stis-ked with
groceries of any la the territory.
Great manufacturers' sale of children's,
hoys' and youths' clnthiug, at the Goldeu
Kule 1'ry lioous lo.
Lamps and trimming. Whitney Co.
Crockery and glassware. VYhltuey Co
ff. . . f Saw M
IN THE CAMP
Joseph, Whose Surname is Hamil
ton, and Anna, Daughter of Young.
THERE WAS A GREAT
And It came to pas in those days that
there was a wedding In the camp ot the
Gibeonltes, when Joseph, whnee surname
Is Hamilton, took Anna, daughter of
Vonng. to be bis wife. All the young
men and maidens of the region round
about were bidden to the feast, aud gladly
they hastened at the summons fur well
they liked the bridegroom and the fair
maiden, and a wedding feast Is ever a
goodly thing to the young, aud to the
elders likewise. 1
Then was bidden Katie, daughter ot
yiilnn, the lawgiver, and David, the
sweet singer, ot Gallup, that they bear
the bride and groom close company, to
cheer their spirits during the ceremony
when they twain should lie made one
Then followed the feasting.
After that, was the flojr cleared, and
David, with Walter and Robert, did make
niusio with the stringed lustrumeuta and
horns before the people; and the young
men aud maidens danced tor Joy, saying,
"As It Is with Joseph and Auna, so may
it be with us before the year Is ended,"
so their hearts and feet ware light at the
marriage feast In the camp of the Uib
Put it chanced that one of the com
pany, looking ou at the dancing of the
young men and the maidens, grew bitter
at heart, and "longed for a scrap," as It
Is said by the heathen, and joined not In
the merry making, but with frowning
countenance regarded them.
Then spake lie to Thomas, whose sur
name Is MoAlltster, and said: "I like not
this revelry; seeet thou that musician
from Gallup, he laugheth at me."
Nay, now," salth Thomas; "he laugh
eth only at the sayings ot that Walter
who Is a fellow of droll fancies."
Not so," urgnth he ot the kitchen, "I
like it not and I fain would stop his
laughing, lent In time he laugh at me, If
so be that he laugheth uot at me now.'
Then said Thomas, holding by the gar
ment of him that was wroth: "It Is not
seemly that thou goest to quiet the
laughter, for whether there be cause or
not, one laugheth at a wedding. Better
that thou lookest to the bread and meat
It so be there remain enough for the
Then, he ot the kitchen, waxed more
wroth than before and plucked his gar
ment from the hands ot Thomas, aud
Then, Thomas, being vexed that his
counsel prevailed not, bethought himself
ot how It Is written: Answer a tool ac
cording to his folly," and he said to him
of the stew can: "Go then, thoa stub-
boriil'aud straightway he goeth; and
hen he had come to the place where
David, with Walter and Hubert were, be
cried out, "May, thou muslciaut Why
tangliest thou at me?"
Then answered David, being aHtonixbed
at his words, for he knew hltu not at all,
IV I laughed not at thee, for I know
thee uot, or wlet not that thou wast near
Then the anger of the cook waxed hot
and he cried In a loud voice: "Thou
did'st! Thoa son of Ananias!"
Then answered David, as he reached
forth his baud as is the manner of his
Ciiiintrvtneu at such salutation: "Thou
erreet! for I am no son of Anaiilaw, but
David, the sou of W'llllum, aud though I
laughed not at thee, mayhap (here be
others that will."
"Then, straightway, he ot the pots and
kettles grew weary, and would fain have
rested tor a time on the floor among the
dancers, but that he was persuaded to re
turn to the kitchen, lest he be trod upon
by the careless. Yet was he not satUlled,
but gnashed his teeth and sharpened bis
carving knife, for, he said to himself,
peradventure when be leaveth he may
pass through my domain, and tor reason
that he now laughs at me, if perchance
he laughed not at me In the beginning,
will 1 spoil his face that the maidens
will uo longer deem It comely."
Aud It was told to David: "K no went
thou that the roaster ot meats lleth In
wait for thee at the entrance to the
kllcheui Ho go thou quietly out by an
Hut David answered and said: "Not
so. If that door leadeth to the chariot
that rouvitys us to Gallup, then through
that door lleth the way that I go."
Theu David gathered up the stringed
instrument aud the manuscript bearing
the uotes therefor, amf the rack whereon
Is placed the uiuslo that he who plays
may read, aud passed ou.
"Hut from his hiding place Cometh the
cixik with the carving knife, and almeth
a stroke at the bead ot David, the son of
Theu was David wroth with the man
for such unseemly action, bringing re'
proach on the people, aud quickly dodg
lug the stroke ot the carving knife, he
smote the cuok with the rack whereou
the uiunic Is placed, both right aud left.
till the kuife fell from bis grasp, aud he
was fain to seek refuge behind a table
and a new weapon thereon that be might
hurl It at David, and uot be again withlu
reach of the rack whereou the music Is
Then arose Chltu, a valiant man aud
wrestled with the beau boiler, aud took
from him the cleaver.
Theu came a woman, wife ot Mciuade,
aud cried to David, "Carest thou uot for
the men who go dowu to the mlneny
Wouldnt thou, that they go hungry to
work, that thus thou uiaulest the lunli
luakcr i Get thee out of the klU'heu."
Then was David huntled from the
kitchen aud the maidens came down
from the chairs, aud out from the cor
iters, and with much k inning and good
hying, and telling over of good wlnhes
for the bride ami bridegroom, the people
dlnporHed, each going t ) bis own home,
and (his Is the wholn ot tho epintle of the
marriage feast al oinsoii, in Kernaiillo.
Nr NolarlM Pul.llo.
Governor Otero has appointed Arthur
L. Ftuch, Blaud; O. N. Marron, Albuquer
FEAST AND MUCH JOY.
qne; Iaadore Freudenberg, Bernalillo, all
lo Bernalillo county; Clyde Smith, Silver
City, G rant county; A. R. Cordova, San
Acasio, Socorro county, notaries publle Id
and for their rexpnctlva counties.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA.
Mr. Morgnett has sold out his stork in
terests on Lower Turkey creek, near
here, and has gone to I'boenlx.
Mrs. Coftman and Miss Daisy Coffman
have guns to New York City to visit Mrs.
Coff man's sister, who Is dangerously HI,
At the meeting ot Tough lines Com
pany No. 1, the following ofllcers were
elected: K. IL Fredericks, foreman;
Charles Latter, second aselntatit foreman;
John Hpauldlng, secretary: Adolph
Report was received In I'rescott that
Thomas Thompson had killed a large all
vor tip bear near Bully Btieno, In this
Ciiuuty. The bear weighed over ft)
pounds. The bear had Just killed a cow
and was In the act ot devouring It when
Thompson came upon the scene. He fired
upon the bear and after a chase of about
a mile he succeeded in killing It. The
bear had been killing cattle In th.it vl
clnlty for some time. Its carcass was
rolling fat, but the msat rather too
strong to be palatable.
Krom the Miner.
Clack Bros, and Poland received returns
from four carloads of Oro Plata ore re
cently shipped to the Pueblo smelter,
The ore netted them f7,CXS).
II. L. Harris, who recently sold his In
terest In a number of rich placer claims
on the Colorado river to the Temple Bar
Consolidated Mining company, Is In
W alter Burkhart, ot Mineral Park, was
In Kingman a few days ago purchasing
lumber and timbers with which to tlm
ber up the shaft of an old mlno recently
located by blm.
II. P. Kwing has located a ledge on
Kulght creek, In the Acquarlus range,
ore from which gave a return of three
ounces gold and twenty pet cent copper.
The ledge Is two feet la width and ean
be traced on the surface for quite a dis
tance. An Indian piloted him to the
George Simmons, formerly of King
man, discoverer of the turquoise mines
on Timber mountain, Nevada, has just
disposed of fOT.OOU worth ot. the gems to
New York jewelers. He has two cutters
on the ground freeing the gems from ex
traneous matter. Simmont Is an old
time Arizona prospector and was at one
time a mining partner of John Smith
line, ot Chloride.
Real estate is getting iuto market
again in Phoeulx and the valley In
pretty good shape.
N. 8. Berry, the former superintendent
of the Old Dominion Copper company at
(ilobe, but now a mining man of New
Mexico, is in the city on business.
Sam. Torres, of Florence, arrived In the
liy t) purchase material for a Spanish
newspaper to lie started there. The only
other paper Iu 1'lnal county Is the Flor
Sheep shearing Is nearly finished In
the valley. The work has been inter
fered with somewhat by a shortage of
feed on the desert, aud a large number ot
sheep were taken back to the northern
part ot the territory.
he returns of the census marshal
show the children ot school age In this
district to number 1.425. As to color,
they are distributed as follows; White,
male, 721; white, female, 740; colored,
male, teu; colored, female, four. There
is au increase ot 122 over the showing of
a year ago.
Articles of incorporation ot the Jo
hannesburg Land aud Water company
have been tiled Iu the ofllee of the terri
torial secretary. The Incorporators are
Huury A. Darling, George II. Curtis,
Walter Rose, A. M. Squires and Donald
Barker. They are residents of Los An
geles and Chicago.
Snlomouville Item in the I'twalx Re
publican: Among the passengers who
came over from Bowie was Rev. W. T.
llarwood, of Albuquerque, who has been
Iu Tucson. He Is a missionary among
ths Spanish speaking people aud has
been over In this section a number of
times. His service in Spanish work
dates back twenty-live years.
Ou Suuday afteruoou the Academy of
Music was burglarized. The Adademy Is
located on Monroe street, between First
aud Second avenues, and nobody was at
home at the time except Miss Gallardo
and G. Lopes, who were practicing at the
time, a fact which was taken advantage
ot by the burglar who ransacked the
house. In the room occupied by Pro
fessor Mauzo was a roll ot bills amount
ing to i:i5, but iu some way the thief
must have let his conscience trouble him
for be took $100 and left the remainder.
In Miss Gallardo's room he fouud a gold
watch aud chain, which was taken, aud
also several other articles. The burglary
was not discovered until Professor Mauzo
returned home, when the police were
What You Need
When your MrviiKtli Is gone, you
liavo no H'n lite, are tired, weak and
without amliilion, is Hood's rursapu
rilla bi purify ami curi. h your blood,
stliniilato your stomach anil fiUe you
etrt'iijtli. Hood's rSursupurilla, is tho
Ono True 1 1 loud l'tirilicr.
Hood's Pills for the liver ami how
els, act cu-iily yet jirounitly, ii&c.
The Optic says: "gulls a number of
caws of small pox are reported at Lauiy.
It may be well for the territorial board of
health to look into the correctness of
this report, and see It suythlug should be
the way of quarantining the
CHARLEY GOIIf BURRED Cr.
Flflcca-Ycar-Old Ber Caught la a earn
At Goln's saw mill, near Ran Heronlmo,
San Miguel Monty, Charley Goln, the 15
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Goln, was sleeping alone In the cottage
near the mill and from some unknown
cause, probably the stove, the cottage
t nik fire and was bnrned to the ground.
The charred remains of the poor boy were
found near the door, showing that he had
tried to make bis escape and had failed.
He probably was overcome by the smoke
and heat before the flames began their
work upon his fle-ih.
HAS GORB TO THE JURY.
Cau ot Alltrcd Train Robb:ri Nearly
The testimony In the case of Ih 1" nlted
States against the six alleged train rob
bers has been concluded, and the greater
portion ot Tnesday was devoted to the
arguments on both sides. '1 he case went
to the Jury late that night. It seems to
be the opinion that the chances are good
for a bung Jury. The trial was one ot
the most Interesting and closely contest
ed In the history of criminal law In New
Mexico. The court room has been
crowded during the arguments.
IIKST r ALL
To dense the system iu a gentle anl
truly beneficial manner, when the spring
time ctunes, ii e the true and perfect
remedy. Syrup of rig. Buy the genu
I ne. aiaiitifacinreil lr me California
Fig Symp Co. only, and for sale by all
druggists, at 50 cents per bottle.
tKimt Piilillralion, M.n li 0, Istig.)
ORDINANCE NO. .
In relation to contagions disease.
becliou I. Be il ordained by the
mayor aud city council of Albuquerque,
,ew aiexiro: iiial section 7 ol ordi
nance No. 14 ot the complied ordinance,
relating to publlo health, be amended so
that the same shall read: In case
any person shall be sick In any house,
bullillng or tenement in salil city wltn
small-pox, varioloid, diphtheria, scarlet
fever, or other contagious or Infectious
disease, it shall be the duty of said board
ot neaitn to cause to ne pin no ana maiu
lamed in a conspicuous place, or in front
or said premises, a board or sign upon
which the name of the disease shall be
painted in large letters.
Sec. 2. Any person falling to report to
the city physician any rase ot contagious
disease under Ills care shall lie lined in
the sum of not less than Twenty-Five
Ujllars if Ji). n. Al nhii.it r, Mayor.
Attest: J.8. THIMHI.K, Clerk.
(Hit Piil.liialimi. II art h u. IRVH.)
ORDINANCE NO. f.
In relation to compulsory vaccination.
Section 1. Be It ordained by the mayor
and city council of Albuquerque, that
every person within the corporate limits
ot this city, who Is not already protected
agaiusi me inception ot small pox oy
vaccluatlon withlu seven years next pre
ceding the passage of this ordinance or
by having heretofore had small pox, shall
withlu ten days from the date of the Urst
publication of this ordluauce, have lilm
self, or herself, as the case may be, prop
erly vaeclnated; and parents shall see
that their children are all duly vac
ciliated; and that hereafter It shall be the
duty of every parent to nave every new
horn child vaccinated befort It arrives at
the age of one year.
bee. 2 It shall be the duty ot tho city
physician to vaccinate all the Indlgeut
poor ot the city free of charge to such in
digent poor, aud the said city physician
shall keep an accurate account of all such
indigent poor so vaccinated by him, and
upon bis presenting to the city council a
bill for sucn services, lie shall be paid out
ot the funds of the city at a rats not ei'
ceedlng Uftv cents for each person so vac
clnated by him.
Sec. 8 Any person who shall be found
guilty ot violating mis ordinance, snail
on conviction before the police Judge ot
this rltv, be lined not less than flu nor
over .i . In the discretion of such court
and ou failure to pay such Hue shall be
Imprisoned not less than thirty days nor
over two montns.
8. At HHiiiHT, 1'ayor.
Attest: J. 8. 1 himiii.k, Clerk.
I Knit publication March 0, :
ORDINANCE NO. SO.
In relation to reduction In salary ot
Be It ordulned by the mayor and coun
cil of the city of Aliiuiiueiiiue.
Section 1. That the salary of the city
clerk shall be changed, and on uml after
the eighteenth day of April, Is'.im, it shall
be lirty ifi)iiper mouth.
Sec. 2. All ordinances conflicting
with this ordinance are hereby repealed,
and this ordinance shall be iu full force
and effect from and after April eigh
S. Arnitn.iiT, Mayor.
Attest: J. 8. Tiiimiilk, Clerk.
W1RTII). rOK SAI.B AMD BBMT,
Huntington mill wanted. Kuquire
tor particulars at i HK CriizKN ollice.
W anted -Dressmaking, ctittinir aud fit
ting. References. No. 522 W. jtallroad
Wanted A girl for general housework.
Apply to Mrs. 11. N. Jaffa, 715 west Copper
Wanted To buy or reut a road cart or
single buggy and set ot harness. T.
King, 413 south Broadway.
W anted A Urst-class table waiter, man
or woman, Immediately, at Dining Par
lors, 214 west (iold avenue.
Wanted Salesmen for cigars; a
moutb aud expenses; eioeriencs un-
uocesnary; Inducements to customers. C.
C. Blaliop A Co., bl. Lou IB, Mo.
Two Rent Six-room and three-room
houses, furnished or unfurnished. W.
Newly furnished rooms; also rooms de
sirable for olllcee, at Hotel Columbus,
south Second street.
For Sale A set of entirely new Ave
onuce boxing gloves, cheap. Kuquire at
To Sell Two modern 3-room cottages;
two horse ; three wagons; ail kinds of
household goods. W . V. Futrelle.
Cows for sale I have several good
milkers; kind and geutle. Address John
F. Jarvis, postollice box 14, or call at res
idence. No. 402 V est Silver aveuue.
For Sale A small frame house, favor
ably located; cheap for cash; will also
sell ou longtime; will take Albuquerque
real estate as part payment. R. W. D.
Dry im, First National Bank building.
Tragedy la an Opera Mouse.
Alba Heywood, the Impersonator, singer
and actor, was mortally wounded at
Longvlew, Texas, by Opera House Man
ager P. Pegus, who was shot, perhaps fa
tally, by Heywood. The tragedy occurred
In the opera house, but uo one wltueseed
It, and uuone kuew ot it until the partici
pants walked several blocks and fell.
Pegus says the trouble grew out ot the
free aduiissloii of his family. Heywood
, told Pegus he had not acted as a gentle-
1 man, whereupou Pegus hit hltu lu the
! face. Heywood then begau shooting,
, putting three balls Into Pegus' body and
one Into his head. After belug shut In
the head Pegus fell, aud he was shot once
after h was down. Heywood then started
to leave the opera house, but Pegns ral
lied and shot at him aa ha psxsod out,
and, going to the door, emptied bis re
volver, one ball striking Heywood In the
right breast and passing through his body.
neywood's statement Is that Pegns shot
him through ths nose first and hit him
on the bead wltn bis pistol, us then
opened fire on Pegus. The remainder of
his statement Is substantially the same
as thatot Pegus. Alba Heywood Is known
throughout ths country, and P. T. Pegus
Is manager ot the Longvlew lee and Bot
tling Works, and halt owner la the elec
tric light plant there. He Is on ot the
most enterprising young cttltens ot
Longvlew. He has been married about a
year. Ills most dangerous wound Is in
the right chest. Ueywood's two brothers,
Dewey and 0. U. Heywood, both actors.
were notified at Nashville, Tenn, and
bave started for Longvlew. The com
pany will likely eancel all engagements
The Great. llavrji Yt
W. M. Repine, editor Tlskllwa. III.
Chief, says: "We won't keep bouse with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for con'
sumption, coughs and colds. Kxperl-
meiited wltn many otners, but never got
the true remedy until we used Dr. King's
New Discovery. No other remedy can
take Ita place In our home, as In It we
hsve a certain and sure cure for coughs.
colli, whooping cough, etc." It Is Idle to
experiment with other remedies, even If
they are urged on you as Just aa good as
Dr. Mng s iew IMscovery. 1 hey are not
as good, tsvaose this remedy has a record
of cores and besides is guaranteed. It
never fails. Trial bottles fret at J. II.
O'Rielly Co.'e drug store.
Mrs. A. 8. Grelg and child, I'rescott,
Aril.; Dan Klllott, J. V. Key, W. II. K I li
near, hi. w. ttrant, I .as egas; Heo. 1',
Hawkot, New York; Mrs. C. M. Hawses,
New Haven, Conn.
Cbas. Hahn. Chicago; W. C. Thorns.
Iienvsr; K. H. Tunlson. Santa Monica.
Cal ;G. L, Mayer and family, Arliona;
M. r. caaiia, cerrilloe; w. 1. Cody. Los
Angeles; bain Jacolst, Denver; R. C. I pte-
erove. Las Vegas; J. narlland, J. N. lem
pie, Denver; Thoa. P. Ward, Colorado;
Koman A. tiaca, San Mateo, IN. M.; F. A.
Keynolils, Santa r e; M. O'Neill. Cerrilloe
M. llorrell, Jr., San Fran-hro; Mr. J. L.
Morris, Thornton; F. W. Dudley, Howell.
Mich.; W. It. White. Han Francisco; D. R.
Brlgham, Raton; J. C. Hall, Kedlands,
Cal.; M. w. Todd, St. Louis; Uatt. Ro
bertson, St. Joseph; O. P. Poser. Ixsi An
geles; W. Bayley, Denver.
Dipping tanks. W hitney Co.
Queensware, glassware aud tinware at
Read that new advertisement of the
Mattresses of all kinds mads to order
at Futrelle .
Novelties iu our queenswara depart
ment, n nituey co.
Fifty pieces of new ginghams on dis
play ai me jiconomisi.
New suits of furniture cheaper than
second nana ai rutreii s.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
ai lian a, in uoid avenue.
Attend the special nine cent whit
goods sale at The hcouomlst.
Insure your life In ths Kquitabls. Wal
ler N. Parkhurst, general manager
Last week ot embroidery a ale. Dou't
overlook ll an Kconomlst pointer.
Liberty chiffons, something new, at
uie uoiden nuie ury uoods company.
See the window display ot new spring
goods at me ury goous store me iieono
It yon want anything In the binding
or jou printing tiue, call at iuicitixkm
Palmetto fiber cotton ton mattresses
are the beet; made aud sold by W. V.
Swiss embroideries, Hamburg em
broideries at extra special prices. Rosen
Buy your camp stoves and have ronr
tin-work dona at the Star tluuhop, 2iU
Handsome line of ladles' neckties, lew
ehsl belts and sashes, at the Golden Rule
Dry Good Co.
Look into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. He has the nicest fresh
meats In the cltr.
Those Turkish towels at two for 25
cents are all right. Dou't miss getting
some, iiosouwaid tiros.
Hot chile con carne served every night
at the Paradise. Do uot miss it. Baclie-
chl it Gloml, proprietors.
Futrelle buys furniture In car lots and
pays the cash for same, and can t be ttu
dersold, aud don t forget.
F. F. Trotter makes it a point to keep
a large aud varied supply of the fruits of
the seasou al his Second street store.
I.eave orders at the "Iceberg" for
Pallet's eiport and "blue rlhooti" beers
In quarts aud pints. Charles M. Geach,
The best place for good. Juicy steaks
aud roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
iu a ilrst class market, at Kleluwort a,
north I bird street.
Choicest assortment of spring dress
patterns in all the latest styles, colors
aud weaves exclusively shown at the
Golden Rule Dry Goods oompauya.
We heat our water with Cerrilloe coal.
It gets red hot and we are always ready
to give you the most comfortable bath in
the city, llahu & Co., 207 Railroad ave
Dou't forget the "Green Front Shoe
Store," No. 113 Rail road aveuue, Vim.
Chaplin; cheapest aud best place to get
shoes, ana repairing done ou the short
Just received a large assignment ot
fine California Grape brandy, spring V2,
which we will sell to saloon keeper at
1 2.2.1 per gallon, original package. O,
llachechi A G. Gloml.
You do uot waut to miss seeing the
new arrivals or shirt waists, kid gloves,
ribbons, ladies' neckwear, wash goods,
organdies, embroideries, laces, white
uoods. percales, outing flannel, silks.
spring dress gisxls. Only at Golden Rule
ury iiooiis company.
We want all the good things we can
get. W s have a well equipped shop,
full force of the very tieet workmeu.
Hue tousorial aud bath trade, but we
want some more customers. Give us
trial, and you will find us more tbau
worthy of your patronage. Hahn & Co
N. T. Armljo building.
KeoeUeil at the psuiteullarjr.
Guadalupe Leou and Tlmoteo Sierra
have been received at the penitentiary at
Santa Fe, to serve terms ot three years
each, for robbing the postollice at Vic
toria, Doua Ana county. In addition to
the three years' sentence they were lined
lliiO and costs, amounting to .K'io.so
each. The men were tried aud sentenced
in the Lulled States district court now
In sesslou at Silver City, Judge Parker
Dus 'I luliarco Sail asd saioke tusr Lint i.J.
To quit totiiwi'O ea.tly and furever. be mag
netic. full of life, ncrvu and vigor, tuke No-i
llac. the wumlir wurki.-r, that make weak me
atrung. All drutfu-i.uj, Mc or II, Curs v uarau
lent llooklel and sample free. Addrcm
bH'illng UeuitJy to., CUica.o or Near Yora.
The famous Yellowstoue whisky, differ
ent ages and prices, lu bulk aud bottles,
Mollnl X Kakln, exclusive distillers'
ageuts, 1 1 1 south First street.
Plumbing aud gas fitting. Whltu.y Co.
US. fHAKCIS tJUMISON,
FFICC AND RKSIDKNCE 4SO West
Oold arenns. iioursi I to 10 a. m- 1 to
and 7 to S p. m.
bierlei attention trtven to ttnsraj anrgerr.
Automatic i eiepnone is.
IRS. HIHHOP BISHOP,
OMfhOPATIIIC PHYSICIANS AND
sarseona tittles and restdencs over
denra ortr boat-
otUc. Old 1 alephnne S. New Irlridione
H. Mrs. Marlon Hlaanp, M li., ofllee bonra,
to k D, m. Frank D. Hlahnn. M. .. nAIra
hnnra. to 10 a. nr. and I to t and 7 to b.
ate rlrvatin at Whitney's.
JOHN TAS4JHBR, M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SUHOKON-OfTles and
m'.ripnr. M7 rinrth Fifth Mm. Moors. 1
to and S :SO to 1 :SO p. m. Hperlal attention
riven lo chronic and dlrraaes of women. Old
elrpbon, as. Calls mads In daytime only.
H. D. JOHNSON,
AMCHITKCT-Plsna, specifications ant) es
timates fnrnl.hed ft all cluassof build.
Ina and architectural work, Ofbcsi SOS Wast
OrriCK snd residence, No. 411 West Hold
aenos. Telephone No. S. times boars
e to a. m. 1 :0 to I 10 and 7 to p. m.
U.K. kaeterday, M. I). . 8. kaetsrdar, M. D.
O. HOPKt, M. t,
nFFtCK IIOUHS-Cntll a. m.
V 1 :SO to S :S0 and from 7 to S p. m.
and realdenr. ISO West Uold inniia Albn.
qnerqns, N, M,
B. J. ALOKN, l. U, a
DRNTIST-OfUce, rooma t and 4. Whltlni
block, corner Hold arenu and Hpconil
street, o ftlcs bonis, a a. on. to l:lop. m.
and 1:16 to S0 p. m.
HKKMARU ft. HUDBV,
ATTOKNaY.AT-l.AW, Albnouerqne, N.
M. Prompt attention flvcti to all bu.lneaa
Psrtalnlns to ths DrofemUm. Will urai tire In
all court. o( the territory and belurs ths V nlted
States laud ufttce.
WILLIAM U. LBN,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. Ofllee, room 7,
N. T. Armllo bulldtn. WuM Dtacuu In
all ths court, ot tbe terrllisy.
JOHNSTON a PINICAL,
ATTORNhYS AT LAW. Albrnjnerqiie, N.
M. Otttre. rmimaS and a. frtrat National
A TTORNRT-AT-LAW, Albnqiierune,
M. llllue, Urst National liank builifjn
SHANK W. ULANCI,
ATTOHNKY-AT LAW. rooma t and S, N
T. Arnujo buikliua, Albuuueruue, N. at.
B. W. IMISMIS,
ATTORN KY AT-I.AW. t Irllce oeer K oh.
erteon'e ffrocery aus-e. AlbiHJueruite, N. M.
roMMM.U fur Kr4Mtlm mt Mhoe Mullil
L'nttrd ftnte Intllun rVrvlre.
Hai ( 1ml. n ImiiiaytriHl S html
Minia hf, IN. M.. tfb. '4. Ihmh
MesalfHi iiriiitiBjaala. Iiiili.rwt. l'r.t.iiai fiat
Km ((im if N IhmI BtillitliiH,' and a'ltirrfttvt'tj
In thr uiKlrniiatird at Santa Kr, Nrw Metuo,
will b rrvrivet. at Una rhtH.i nulH 1 it'i U-ck
m. of 1 iiiirM.HV. Mart i 17. iNUN.for lurtioli-
n B th net tMwMty matrrlala ami UlNir rrqiiirrd
li Ihe conaUiiLtitin and t tinuilftitirt of out 1 1 )
brli a ilmmitory building al hanta Frmhool.
Nrw MfHini, In altirt areordanttf with plana
ml ai-rt lutatloiia which may l rftaiiinird at
in l mi inn i-nirr. WaMiiinutoii, IM.,t..t- ollt
if I'HI C IT l KM of AlUiuiifruitf. N. M.. the
MutlUtm anil I rail fin Kit lianueJ Mnaha. N
On I inttMl StHti-a Indian WarrhMiiH, No. 1U0'4
Mtr atrrt, l incauo. 111., and al thm at hiMil.
ror any additional infoftuaiion apply to
Thiim a M. JoNKfl,
rrupoMla for Krwetlua af lrlv Wall ud
Tank To war.
I'nltrd Htatra Indian H. httl Sfrvl. r, (
Allmqiifttjiir, N. al., March I. Ihwh. f
altad propoaviiltt, cfulonard " rropMala for
l IIom of Orlvv Wrll." ett .. aa Ihr inr rnav
br, and adUrtitrti to thr untlrrnlunrd at Albu-
q lien, at?. N. M., Will br rrrrivrd at Una at Lit ml
uiiui I (Kim i p. m.jil -lurtlny, Alarch 'sttl,
IrtwH , for furniNhhikf the ticHry materials
id labor rt (in lied In the roiiNtrtn-tiun and
otnoletion of one drive well and out iMitk
lower at aaid act tool, all tn atiitt at-conlamr
with plana and ape lilt atlooa whit h may br
luinlnnl ul the Indiau otllce. Waahinutun, l.
aiiu mi irnw . iiipui
rot any adiltiional information apply to
hlu.AM A. ALLIN, Suprrinit ndrot.
(llomeatead hntry No. 4sa'4.
Nutles for Pnlilleatlaa.
Land Ottlrr at Santa Ke. N.
rvbruary IM, laua.
NiSIre la hereby aiveu that ,ie lollnwlns.
n.mnl arttler liaa tiled mSlce of hi. Intention
to make llnal tirtMif In aiipport of hla claim, and
that aaid proof will be madr before the rt-ui.ler
and meivrr at Mania Ke, N. M., on Marcli al,
imwh, tisi Juan tie DioaMalaa, (or llie bkli of
return U, Tp. 4 N, K S K.
lie names the loMosrlna wltneeaea to nrove
hla cotitllilloua realdrnre noon anil rultlvatltui
mi miu laniijTia.i rriiu ipc, ciiiiiiu lu
cero, Y.ldro Liuero and KefuJIo Lucsro, all of
inoa yi eua, n. ra.
Mani'ki. K. Oteho, Register,
I Homestead Kntry No. ShhS.J
Motlos for fablleallno.
Land OrHreat ManU Ke, N. M.,i
Kehruarv IM. 1 MUM. f
NiSIre la hereby vlvrn that the followlnr
llantrd aettlrr lias flleil notice of hla Intention
to make Unal proof In anpiMirt of Ina claim, and
that aaid proof will be made before the reui.ti.r
anil receiver at Santa Ke. N. al.. on ManJi SI,
Ihwn. via: him 10 l.uri-io. for the SKU of the
SWI, and US ol aertlon SO. and N KV. of the
NWlaainl USlof aecllull SI, towii.lnp U N,
raniie III K.
I Ic nami-a the followlna wltnesaes to Drove
Ina colitlniioua residence upon and cultivation
of .aid land, vist Petlio l.ol-s, Juan tie lilos
haliii. Kt-tuilo Liuero and Yaiuro Lucero. all
of I'llioa SVrlla, N. M.
MANIJkL K. IITIKII, Kcaletcr.
1 1 lomeateail K.lltry No. 40711. 1
Nutlv for f ubllcslluu.
Land f Irllce at Santa Ke, N. M , I
Krbruury In, Ihim.
Notice la hereby uiveii that the followlna
named settler liaa IIUhI notire of Ins intentioi
to mukeliiial (iiool lu aiipport of hi. i laiiu, ami
that aaid pniuf will be rnaile belore the res i.ter
anil receiver at hanta Ke, N, M., on Man h HI
N Kt. of t
ri mi ctmtum rv, i. m., m.n ii p.,
I'eilro Ivories, for the NH, of the
clion Vli, and the Hl of the h of
'i tion S4, town. lop a N, rana-e tt K.
He uuriiea the folfowina: witneiwea lo nrove
In. coiitluuou. reaidence unon and cultivation
of mmu; mini, via: Juan de lium naiaa, huiilio
l.ucero. Y.nlro Lurero and Kefullo Luccru.
all of I'lnos Wrll., N. M.
MANI.'KL K. utiho, Keglater.
VANTKIJ LTK IlillT AND KAITHK l'L
vv gentlemen or laiitra to travel for re.pon.
aihle e.tahli.lied house In Alhuquergue. N. M
Minithly. o5 and eapehM. Koaltion ateailv
Ki'tereuce. knclose aell-addreased atainoed
envelope. 1'U Uoiuluiou Company, Ut-pl.
rv , Liuta!.
Hueaisa'a Arulii alvs.
The best salve In the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcsrs, salt rhsuiu, fever
mires, tstter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns ana an skiu erupiious, ami ptmi
lively curs piles, or no par. It Is guar
eutewd to elve perfect satlHfacttou or
mousy refunded. Pries, 25 cents per box.
Kor sale by all druggist. J. O. (1'Blelly
Wlus for aula.
Native wins, pure and healthful, at
only bo cents a (fallou at C. A. Oraiide's
nib uorlli liroadway.
i. i . . i . . , . i . ,.... . . i . . .
b is or niiuuiu on .on uiKuen. aim ui
every iiierchaut to pleass his customers; ;
aud lual I lie wlile-awaks drug urui or
Meyers & Kslilnuiau, Hterllng, 111., Is do
lug so, Is proven by the following from
Mr. tableman: "Iu my sixteen years ex
perience In the drug IiunIushs, 1 have
never sneti or sold or triad a medicine
that gave as (rood satisfaction as t'liaru
berlalu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Komedy." Hold by all druggists.
Hlrh men are noted for their economy
in small purchases. You will uot need
to buy eoal often as summer approaches,
but you should be Just as careful to see
that you get ths kind that goe the
farther by buying Cerrilloe coal from
Hahn & Co.
Krervlioily Saya So.
Caarareta Camlv Cttlliiirllc, the moat won
derful nii'ilh'ul Uist-ucrv of Mm aiu, ,hcus
ant ami rufi'naliing to llio laatn, act yinitly
and iioaitlvi'ly on kidueya, livur and liuwels,
cleauaitiK tlm entire evati'tu, dlajiel colda,
euro linailauliti, fever, liabltuul t iuatlialloa
and bllloiianeHs. lo,eaau buy and trv a box
of C. (J. V. to day; 10, X, raicenla. tjuldaud
guarautood to cure by all dru.gl.ta.
A well supplied table Is one of the moet
delightful attractions of a hums. You
can always keep your table covered with
the choicest of viands If you trade with
K. V. Trotter, the Second street grocery
TO CURB A VOLU IN UN K DAY
Take Laxative Ilroino Qiiinlue Taldets.
All druggieta refuud ths money If it falls
to cure, goo, ine geuuiue ua L. U. y,
on each tablet.
Have you examined our specials In em
broideries V It uot, do uot fall to do so,
Sweaters for men aud boys at remark
ably low pi Ice at llf aid's.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorised Capital ....1000,000.00
Pald-np Capital, Barplna
and Proflte 1176400 00
The Bank of Commerce
dbal in rosaiaa noiiaitaa
Bsltsil IsmuM IulA 0Ms t
at, 8, Oraao, President i. C. BaLoaiDea, Lambsr, W. C. Laoaien, CacrrallM
B. P. BoaoiTaa, Vies Prssldsnt. A. kiaaaaas, KlsMana Bros Wool.
W. B. Stici,, Csabler. A. M. Blaob wau, Uruas, Blackvsll A Cs Ovtsat
U. J. KaaasoN. Aaaistanl Cashlsr, W. A. HalWSU, Wboiessia Ornnlst,
Depository fur Atchison, Topeka k SanU Tt Eailwa.
tub ST. JElJLJsLCD
SAMPLE AND OLTJBHUOOM'
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO West Railroad At. Albaar
LAS VEGA. 8. N. M. .
cjujiiizta, n. m. AUlTTQUEIiqLlTE. N. II.
KINDB OV Xa.avXrX.OJBZ TXlVXBXIXSi.
Gr. HENRY, Mi. D
Student of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Fraaea.
THIETT-BH TRABS' PBAOTICK. HMH ONLT TBXATKO.
A enrs anaranteed In aeiirw ei
tvonnrrnoea, gleet ana eutctnrs a
cases permanently cured, within
I liermaiientlv cnnMl srllhln Tllwi.lf IliV.
hV, i Jjpwm'torrhoes, seminal losses, night emlaalon. Insonula. despondency .
2T. S. JS! Hlcord i method practiced la ths World's HuspltaJ, Paris, ksrsranasi Ovs
fUi...uii,cMm1 wnain ma
V : T ilVL -. i mi J"' rvsoieenm sirsst. Bast tnu.pt, uaaest, tou.
aaaaaausa rras C urre.p jndsnc sollcltsdl
w .n..,. .roaiuvn ruii.ii, Hnwin ana
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Between Railroad and Copper Arei
Horaea and MnUi Boaaat aad Bxakaagwd.
Agenta for Colnmbaa BagflT CtffliT.
Tb Baat Taraoata la tl Cltr
Carriagei, Road Carta, Spring Wagotu, Vtrtorlai,
Buggies, Phaetoni, Etc.. for Sale, t t : t
AdJregg W. lu TRIMBLE ft CO. Albqnerqo Kew Mexico
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL Sc BOTHE. Proos.
(Successors to frank at Jonea.1
EineEt WbisUes, Importel md Domestic Ilnes mil Cccil
Tie Coolest an. QJcaest Gr4e ( Larer Serrcc.
Finest millard Uall in tbe Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
VV CURE CONSTIPATION
IVJTI A 6BAUII to them we cling.
Of TKA8 and 00KKKK3 and CANNKU
rpey aeU the fluest LAQRK BKKB,
p WINKa & LIQUORS, we always and
Thru competition they defy.
Agents (or Coyote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivery to all parts of the city
New Telephone 247. 218, 216 AND 217 NORTH THIRD 8T
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor'
Iron and Braas Calinsi Or, Coal and Lambsr Oar i BhaAlng, Pallare, Orate Bars
Babbit MsUl i Column and Iron Fronts for Building RapsJr ea
Mining and Mill alaahlnsry a Bpsjolalty.
FOUNDRY: S'OE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
210 Railroad Avenue
Mutual Teleiihone No. 148. Albuquerque, N M.
0. 8. DET03IT031T.
Depository tor the Atlaatic 4
Pacific and th Atchiaoo,
! Topeka A Sa
Topeka & Santa F
0FF1CSBS UD DISSCTCH3:
M. W. IXOOKNOT ....nsa-Freahleal
t RAJS lUeUl..., Astrurtant Oeat let
A. A. 6RA5T.
In Albuqnerqiie, H. II.
and umxrm .
CO CAT8K1LL, N. A.
undertaken when a ear I prsrtlcabl and possible
lie Cored With IV Ulr.v'a knn.h U.mbllu
uo ftiuLUj iiAwf,. uitw.i.on
last ntns ysars. csanfstlopsUsntsctuwa.br
fHinemian enoKen. 1
Osaaasisstleai as4 Ows
Their GROCKRIKS bars ths genuine rla.
UOOUtf ran, 11
The orloe thsv aharr la always faJ-t
To please their patrons la thalf UeA
The choicest Qoailly ot rrery klnD
TOTI A UBADI eant be beat ear 1