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Both the method and wiiltn mnrn
Fyrupof Figs i taken ; it is pleaoant
and refreshing totlio taste, and act
pently yet promptly on tlieKMnrys,
sirer and llowcln, cleanups tho as
tern effoetnally, diopels cold, head
aches and fevers and enre hahitnal
constipation. Synip of Fig in the
only remedy of it kind ever pro
duced, plcAMing to tho tatto ana ac
ceptable to the atomnch, rrompt in
Its action and truly beneficial in it
effects, prenarol only from the most
healthy and actKcahlcMibHtAnceR, its
many excellent film! itics. commend it
to all and have mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
feyrup of Figs in for "nlo in 60
cent bottles by all leading drug
gisU. Any reliablo druppist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try iL Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA F10 SYRUP CO.
$4 ntmiixo. cal
uumim. tr. new tout, n r.
TH E MIL Y C1T1Z M .
NOTICK Or ANKftMH.
The anocniior of Bernalillo county will
be at the place mentioned below on the
dates therein stated, for the piirpnee of
receiving; the property returns of all per
sona suliject to the saius in said pre
cinct. All persons are required to come
to saiil places mentioned to make the
said return, olherwlna they will hare to
come to the county seat:
I'rrrlrnt 85. Lna Diiranra-Hoiixe of Je.u.
Lnt'em, Miircli I'..
Freriiict h, I.ihi JrleKa House uf Junn C.
Sarnura, March I I.
Precinct 4. Lot Ham litis House nf Ambro
se l.arcis, Miirrti 15
I'recmct a. Alameda House of Kumaldo
Mnhliiva, March Id.
I'recinct '4, C'orralet House of Alejandro
SantlnvHl, March 17.
I'recinct I. Hvrnallllo - House ol I'edm
Peres, March In.
lie (lift In, Algodotiet Houw of Frlipr
ffHrt-ia, March In.
I'recinct at, Wallace lloutie of Lorenzo
(inrna. Mnrcli 111.
I'recim t 17. I'eua Manca HoiMeof Anionic
Ortiz, Man h ft.
I'recinct HI. Uland A. 1,. Hm lis store,
I'ii . .Ik t 'I il, t.ai I'Uclias-llouae of Fran
ciaco Trujlllo, Man.li H.
I'recinct an. liomalitos-Hoiiie ol Jose E.
ttfiim-ro. Man h I'J.
Precinct l. San Ysidru House ol CM.
Samliival, M Mi ll 1 1.
Precinct l, .innvx llouae of lianiiKii
iiiitiiva. Marrh I r.
Precinct '41, 'lijeraa House of Mariano
Hun, Man h 17.
Precinct 7, San Antonio llouae ol Teodoru
(ran lu, Marrh In.
I'recim t 'J I, San 1'cilro llouae ol Juun
Out. i. March lu.
I'recinct lo, I'lilllll House ol Kilomcno
Mnra, March Ul.
Precinct 1U, Chillll -House ol Millon Dow,
March J I.
Fre met 117, (inllup-OIVire of I.. L. Henry,
Precinct 80, (inllup -Olli.e ol L. L. Henry,
Precinct 13, Old Allmuuerjue Court house,
I'lrcinrt 13. Allmqiieriiif - N. T. Armljo
bullilllltf, Man h '4n, nu, :iil.
rrf. luct 'JO, Aluulitiir N'. T, Arillljo
building, March HI, April I ami '4.
J. U. Amn.10, Assessor.
(Flril rulilirutliiu, Mai. h , IniH.)
ORDINANCE NO. 69.
lu relation to contusions illHe-en.
Hi;liou I. in it oiuuiued hy the
mayor and city colli. cil ol Altuileru.ue,
New MhiIco; II. .it Hettmu 7 of orill
imnre No. II of theoiii.U.'i! ordlnanres,
relatlnir to pulilie Ih'hIUi, be auiended o
that tlit Kaiiin mmll read: lu cane
any iwihoii kIiuII be sick lu any house,
Intilii iiiK or tenement lu said city with
small pox, varioloid, diphtheria, scarlet
feer, or other coiitHirlous or infectious
tliMeaie, it shall be the duty of said board
of lieiilth to ralii-e to be put up and uiatu
talnt'd iu a ('iiiiHpii'iioiis place, or lu front
of km Id premises, a board or sIkii upon
which the name of the disease shall be
painted III laiKS letters.
8ec. 2 Any ihtkiu fallina to report to
the city phyHtciHii imycMae of coiiIhkioiu
ilixeaH umltr his care hi. all be lined in
lbs sum of not les-t IIimu Tweiity-Kive
1 llHrH i 5). s Ai HHKiirr, Mayor.
Attest: J. 8. Tlilsiiil.K. lliik.
lKirt I'lililinition, Man h 0, Ihiis.)
OKDINANCI: NO. 19.
la relation to compulNtry vaccination.
hectiou 1. lie it ordained by the mayor
and city council of Albuquerque, that
every person within the corporate limits
of this city, who Is not already protected
aiiaiiist the inception of small pox by
vat ciuattou wllhluseveu years next pre
cei.liig the passage of this ordinance or
by having heretofore had small pox, shall
withiu leu duys from the date of the Urst
publication of this ordinance, have him
self, or herself, as the case may lie, prop
erly vacciualed; aud parents shall see
that their children are all duly vac
cinated; and that hereafter it shall be the
duty of every parent to huve every new
born child vaccinated before It arrives at
the ng of one year.
hec. 'i It shall be the duty of the city
physician to vaccinate all the liniment
poor of the city free of charge to such In
digent poor, aud the raid city physician
shall keep an accurate account of all such
indigent pour so vaccinated by him, and
upon his presenting to the city couucil a
lull for such services, he shall be paid out
of the funds of lln city at a rate uot ex
ceeding lifty cents fur each person so vac
cinated by ti in.
.Set:. 8 Auy person who shall lie found
guilty of violating this ordinance, shall,
on conviction before the police Judge of
this city, be lined not less than $u nor
over tu(), in the discretion of such court;
and on failure to pay surli line shall be
Imprisoned not less than thirty days nor
over two unmllH.
8. ArnKii.n r, Vayor.
Attest: J.8. iKiMlil.K, Clerk.
(KlrM lMiL.lic.tlun Maitti I), Inns.)
ORDINANCE NO. 80.
Iu relation to reduction In salary of
He it ordained by the mayor aud coun
cil of the city of Albuquerque.
Hection 1. That the salary of the city
clerk shall be changed, and on and after
the eighteenth day of April, lb'.i it shall
be fifty tt50) per mouth.
Hec. 'i All ordinances conillctlug
with this ordiuance are hereby repealed,
and this ordinance shall be in full force
and effect from aud after April eigh
8. Ai iihii.ht, Mayor.
Attest: J. 8. TiiiMiu.K, Clerk.
A man stands no chance of being
elected to the mayorship of a city unless
be eujoys the coiill.leuce and esteem of
his ueighhors. lieorge YV. Humphreys Is
the popular mayor uf Kwantnu, Ohio,
aud under dale of January 17, lv.ttt, he
writes as follows: This is to certify to
our appreciation of Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy. My family aud neighbors have
tested it, aud we know it Is an excelleut
remedy for coughs and colds. lieorge
W. Humphrey." Hold by all druggists.
Crockery aud glassware. Whitney Co
The Sister Territory Supplies Our
Readers With Good Paragraphs.
BRUVITIHS CULLIID FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Dr. T. B. liavls, of Prescott, has been
not! OH that he U to be chosen surgeon
general of the first army corps of Indiana,
In rtve of war with Ppatn, If he will take
The St. r.it lick's Day celebration at
Hake's opera houe, March ID and 17,
will be participated In by the very beet
Col J. K. Wilson has returned t Pres
cott and will remain here, and practice
his profession In company with his law
partner Kugene B. O Nelll.
Some generouscitizensot I'rescott have
donated f lot) to Harry Campbell to reim
burse him for loss of too months' time
on account of Injuries received during
gallant conduct as a Qremaii at the
recent Johnson house Are.
At a recent meeting of the city coun
cil City Kngineer William DeWitt stated
that unless there was rain fall before
that time the city water supply would
run short by the Orst of May.
Miss Derlha Goldsworthy, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. (iolds
worthy, celebrated her birthday with the
assistance of a large number of her
As a result of the teachers' examina
tion, certlllcatea were Issued to Mrs. 1. K.
Pulsifer, Miss Mildred Keller and Miss
Charles Lantry is In town superintend
ing the shipment of a lot of their tools to
Texas, where the firm of B. Lantry's sons
have a railroad contract.
Maricopa and Yavapai counties.
The Whlu-low cattle, 1,500 In all, have
been purchased by 1 load ley, Turnbull X
Au application for letters of adminis
tration lu the estate of Simeon 8. Stacy,
deceased, was Qled In probate court. The
estate consists of real aud personal pro
perty amounting to about 17,000.
A. K. Brown, representing the Califor
nia Powder works of Han Kranclsco, was
in Phteuiz. Mr. Brown has traveled over
Arizoua and visited the mines tor the
past eight years, and he Is well acquaint
ed with the large producers as well as
the smaller ones.
An application asking for the appoint
ment of Alexander Bteveui aa adminis
trator of the estate of James Koarke, de
ceased, was filed lu probate court. The
deceased, at the time of his death, had
17,200 ca-h lu bank, and owned a three
four ths interest in 1,000 head of cattle
and ciuslderable real e-ituto lying iu
K. J. llieunan and family departed for
California, where they will spend a few
days before leaving tor their home lu 8t.
Paul. Mr. Breunan has the contract to
gra letlie extension of the Kos.-ton branch
of the Great Northern system, a road
which will give the farmers of the Ked
river valley ao outlet for their wheat at
Duluth, with greatly decreased mile
I. J. Kyau arrived at Nogales last
Saturday from Souora. Mr. Kyau U ex
pected to be at Tombstone very soon to
take charge of the postolllce.
The smelter of the Saginaw Mining
eotupauy, 1'lma county, Is being torn
down, its construction being faulty.
rending Its reconstruction a few nieu
have been laid off.
lu the neighborhood of t W.000 worth
of wool changed bauds lu t'lina county
the last few days, the price at which
most tf it was sold beiug thirteen aud
one-half cents per pound.
(ieroulmo Is assuming the appearance
of its early days in a business way, says
the Bui let! u. The arrival of tons of coke
for Globe gives employment to a vast
number of men, both In freighting aud
unloading of coke, ten cents pur thou
sand being paid for the latter employ
Wm. Garland Is advertising In the Cali
fornia papers tor proposals to do Qfty
miles ot grading on the extrusion of the
Gila Valley railroad between Ueroultno
and Globe. The bids will be opened on
March 15 on the contracts. The contract
ors will be put to work In the center of
the survey, aud Mr. Garland's grading
outfit will commence operations at both
ends of the lluks.
Frank Garland, sou ot ex-Attorney
General Garland, arrived at Tomlutone
from Washington for the purpose ot tak
ing evidence iu the cases ot citizens of
Ariz ma having claims against thel'ulted
States government tor tlamages by rea
son of Indian depredations. Mr. Gar
laud stutes that there are now about 100
cases pending from Arizona, bjit he will
only take the evidence In such as he Is
tUHtructed from Washington, which em
braces many of much Importance, among
them John Slaughter, who has a claim
agaiust the government for some li!,0iu
A uew electrochemical process for
working low grade ores at a cost of t
a ton has been successfully tried at the
V t kol uilue, twenty mllee south of Ca-ia
Grande, Arizona. A tweuty-Qve tou plant
cau lie put iu for i,0iO, aud it turns out
silver bullion tine.
IlKsT OF ALL
To cleuse the system lu a gentle and
truly benelictal manner, when the spring
time conies, ue the true aud perlect
remedy, Syrup of Kigs. Buy the genu
ine. Manufactured by the (allforula
Kig Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all
druggists, at Co cents per bottle.
The t'rliuilnla liaut I'artltloD Mult.
Wednesday testimony was taken In
Las Vegas before W. K. Gortner lu the
Cebolleta graut partition suit; the will
of Miguel de llerrera.oueot the grantees,
will he presented. The claimants under
this will would be eutilled to nearly
11,000 acres of laud It the will was proved
valid. The will is dated sometime lu
March 1"J'., while the old grantee died
ou Saturday the 27th of March. Hon. K.
W. Clancy, of this city, attorney for some
ot the preseut owners of the graut. will
contest the will. This suit has been
pending for nearly a year and it Is about
to close. This grant Is situated In the
counties of Bernalillo and Valencia, and
Is one ot the most valuable grants In the
territory, owing to the Immense quanti
ties of timber that It contains. The area
of the grant Is 2X1,000 acres. A. A. Jones,
and Kedmond McDonough, of Las Vegas,
represent the I lukerton heirs, who claim
under the will. Governor Prince, who
represents the New York claimants under
a purchase ot a mortgage on the grant,
was present; also Mr. Clancy and Mr.
Hodey, who represent other claimants.
Tha (Ir-mtwt liarwry Vet.
W. M. Keplne, editor Tlskllwa, III.,
Chief, says: "We won't keep house with
out Dr. king's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, experi
mental with many others, but never got
the true remedy until we used Dr. King's
New Discovery. No other remedy ran
take Its place In our home, as In it we
have a certain and sure cure for coughs,
colds, whooping cough, etc." It Is Idle to
experiment with other remedies, even If
they are urgm! on you as just as good as
Dr. King's New Discovery. They are not
as good, because this remedy has a record
of cures and besides Is guaranteed. It
never falls. Trial bottles free at J. II.
U'Kielly A Co.'s drug store.
Division Superintendent Hurley Watching
the novcmenii of Employes.
Record Bulletin No. 127 Recently a
switch engine was derailed on an open
switch In the terminal yard on this divi
sion. The engine was backing and there
wure no cars between the engine and the
switch. Kngineer should have known
that the switch waa right before using it,
and in case he could not see It the fire
man should have been require! to keep a
lookout. The engineer has been suspend
ed ten days.
Record Bulletin No. 128-Recently an
operator on this division visited a termi
nal station, quarreled with the operator,
and was reported as being under the in
fluence ot liquor. This operator has been
discharged from the service.
Record Bulletin No. l'-U. In handling
a claim for lose ot freight, It was shown
that an agent on this division had not
taken record ot seals. This l a violation
of current Instructions. The agent has
been suspended Dfteen days.
Record bulletin No. 130. Recently a
passenger brakeman on this division
smoked while on duty. This Is in viola
tion of Instructions clearly understood.
Brakeman In this case has been suspend
ed ten days, with the full understanding
that It this rule Is again violated he will
be dismissed from the service.
and Loss of Flesh
Scott's Emulsion has been the
standard remedy for nearly a
quarter of a century. Physiciani
readily admit that they obtain re
sults from it that they cannot pet
from any other flesh-forming; food.
There are many other prepara
tions on the market that pretend
to do what
does, hut they fail to perform it.
The pure Norwegian Cod-liver Oil
made into a delightful cream, skill
fully blended with the Hypophos-
phites of Lime and Soda, which
t i .H . .
-v arc sucn vaiuaDie ionics,
r makes this preparation an
ideal one and checks the
wasting; tendency, and the
patient almost immediate
ly commences to put on
flesh and gain a strength
which surprises them.
B. fur. vou i.l SCOTT'S Fmulilon. St. that tha
aim anj li.h t. un tha wr.piwr,
y. and fi.oo, all drugg-Ml.
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChamUth N.w York.
Ha,l KalMt Tranafora.
Florence .Scott et al. to Kate M. Garden,
warranty deed to lots 1, 2 and 3, block 23,
map of town ot Albuquerque.
II. J. Kmerson, trustee, to Mrs. Wren
etta Miller, quit claim deed to lots 11 and
12. block 43, Huning's Highland addi
tion. M. W. Flournoy, trustee, to Mary Scott,
release to lots 1, 'i and 8, block 23, map of
town of Albuquerque.
George C. Smith et al. to Philip J. Bar
ber, mining deed to one-half Interest in
the Point Breeze lode, Coohltl mining
district; consideration, (1.
II. K. Anderson to l'hlllp J. Barber,
quit claim deed to one-fourth interest In
lot U, block 2, Kagle TowuHlte company;
Joseph Klther to Jacob Lartuhere, min
ing deed to one-fourth Interest In the
Rising Sun lode, Cochitl mining district;
Charles K. McCoy to W. G. Hope, min
ing deed to one-sixth Interest in the
Pluto lode, Cochitl mining district.
Charles Daly to Jacob Lartebera, quit
claim deed to oue fourth lute rent lu the
Rislug 8uu lode, Cochitl mining district;
VtiMMtuiau of tha Wurlil.
at Pythian hall at 8-
o'clock. All mem
bers earnestly re
al tested to be pre-!
sent. Visiting sov-11
erelgus cordially in-v
J. W. A.VIiKRSoS,
W. H. II. AU.WON, Clerk.
Dua'l luaarro Sail aail hawk, luar I lf AJ.
To quit t"lov.-o eu-ily uiel lorever. Ins tnaff
netie. lull fit lilu nerve anil Wttur, tuku No 'lu
11. u.'. the .iuili-r w.irki r. I In. l muki-a iuk un a
atroi.g. AU uruuuihla, fine ur CI. Cure yuarua.
letd Ilooklct anil auiuple free. A.IJnn
blerllng licuicJy Co, CLuana ur New Vork.
Mrs. J. J. Kurlong left last night on a
visit to trieuds lu Lawrence, Kan.
CEORGB P. BILLtR DEAD,
tn White Oaks flatter Mechanic tics
this Horning at Bis Desk.
George F. Miller, master mechanic of
the White Oak road, died suddenly at
8:30 a. Di. to-day, of heart failure, while
at his desk, and the remains are now at
Kmerson A Berrien's, awaiting Inter
Mr. Miller's death came without pre
monition or warning of any kind. He
had gone to the material yard oa the
Kurt Bliss reservation In the moruing, as
unial, with no ludicatlon of what was
coming, and eat down at his deik iu the
company's building to attend to the du
ties of the day. At 0:30 o'clock, his clerk
noticed there was something the matter,
aud a few seconds later saw Mr. Miller
drooping over his desk. The clerk hur
ried over to Mr. Miller, and touched his
shoulder only to tlnd the unfortunate
man was dead.
Jmtice Brldgers was sent for, and a
Ci 111 rt was sent up from the undertaker's.
The Justice fouud that deal n came from
natural causes, and the body was brought
down on an engine. Arrangements for
the funeral are In progress and an au
topsy Is proposed on account of the de
ceased having had his life Insured.
Mr. Miller was master niechaulc ot the
l'ecos Valley road from the time of Its
building uutil last winter, when he re-
slgued lo accept a similar position with
the White Oaks road. The railroad peo
pie here do not know where Mr. Mlllur
came from originally, and are looking np
bis early connections so as to notify his
folks, lbe deceased was a widower, with
one child, but was about to marry Mrs.
Melnes, of this city. The marriage li
cense had been taken out, a hou-te secured
and furnished, and the couple were ready
to be nnlted and go to housekeeping.
Mrs. Meniea Is overwhelmed with grief,
and It requires all the effort ot her
friends to console her. Mr. Miller was
A5 years old, though he would easily pass
for 50, and was an excellent mechanic
He will be much missed In railroad cir
cles. Kl Paso Herald.
(.and Vaart laMila;atloaa.
The party of Spanish grant experts
from the land court, accompanied by
Hon. T. B. Catron, Is leaving Santa Ke
for the south In detachments. W. M
Tipton and Hherrard Coleman left Mon
day afternoon. W. IL Pop Wednesday
afternoon and Judge Stone, Hon. T. B
Catron and W. J. McPherson yesterday
afternoon, passing through this city last
night. They all meet In Juares, Mexico,
this afternoon to take testimony In the
Santa Teresa grant, and from there will
go to Mexico City for the purpose of In
vestigating the Banta Cms graut. While
In that city Mr. Catron will devote con
slderable time to examining the Santa Ke
The Santa Teresa grant Is located In
Dona Ana county aud embraces ,S1 2V
acres; the Banta Crus grant Is in Santa
Keoouuty and 44.000 acres are claimed.
LAND OIFICE BUSINESS.
Filings on Lands Hide lo the Land Office
and Final Certificates Issued.
During the past week Register Otero,
ot the Santa Ke land ofllce, has trans
acted the following business In the laud
otlice In this city:
Jose K. Moutoya, Han Miguel county,
DH) acres; Jesus ileriiandi I, hail Miguel
county, loll acres; Jose Ignaclo Koyhal,
Mora ronuty, lilo acres; Hosplcio Orlix,
8 nta Ke county, HO i creii Jure InssWuu
doval, (iuaihtlupe county, UK) acres;
John lleich, ttania Ke county, ltMiao e-i.
COS I, DKl'UBATOKY HTATK.MINTri.
Charley Houeyfleld, Colfax county;
Cesarlo Kehura, Bernalillo county; Mies
McUrouin, San Juan county.
FINAL CKHTIFICATM ISrtl Kli.
Juan Pedro Uarcla, San Miguel county,
1M acres; Kucamaciou Trujilio y Mou
toya, Valencia county, lilt) acres; Cvlso
Bac.i, (itiadalupe county, 1D0 acres.
A faluful Arvldrut.
Last Saturday morning, V. (). Kar
quharson, a machinist In the shops here,
while sharpening some tools on the
emery stoue, in some manner got the
Urst two lingers ot his right hand caught
between the wheel and Its frame, with
the result that his lingers were literally
ground to pieces, to below ths Urst Joints,
the pain was excruciating, as the uails
were ali-o torn i IT. He Is at present get
ting along nicely, but will be compelled
to lay off tor a few weeks. Baton Ite
porter. Mr. Karquharson la well-known here,
having resided here and worked al the
local shops several years ago. His friends
will regret to read of his accident.
WAMTSD, ma lALtAKU It KMT,
Huntington mill wanted. Kuquire
for particulars at 1 MK Citixkn otlice.
Wanted - Dressmaking, cutting and lil
ting. References. No. bli W. Railroad
Wanted A girl for general housework.
Apply to Mrs. 11. N Jatla,7l& west Copper
Wanted To buy or rent a road cart or
single buggy and set ot harness. T.
King, 413 south Broadway.
Wanted A llrst-clasa table waiter, man
or woman, immediately, al Dining Par
lors, 214 west liold aveuue.
Wanted Salesmen for cigars; (125 a
month and expenses; experience un
necessary; Inducements to customers. C.
C. Bishop A Co., HI. Louis, Mo.
Two Rent Six-room and three-room
houses, furnished or unfurnished. W.
Newly furnished rooms; also rooms de
sirable for otllces, at Hotel Columbus,
south Hecoud street.
Kor Sale A set of entirely new live
ounce hoxlug gloves, cheap. Kuquire at
To Hell Two modern 3 room cottages:
two horses; three wagons; all kinds of
household goods. W. V. Kutrelle.
Cows for sale I have several good
milkers; kind and gentle. Address John
K. Jarvis, postotlice box t4, or call at res
idence. No. 4i2 Meet Silver aveuue.
Tha Voting Corneal.
Hunbands, brothers, cousins, uncles,
lovers and admirers ot beautiful women
should remember that the voting content
for the Omaha medal will be lu progress
till March 15 at noon, when It will posi
tively close. Now la the time to pay the
tutu us ibiimkin r rt
V'lia or li iMf
I :isiiifila, Taiits
('(ii(ii.tUn. 1 1 au
acrOMC an AMCR
trnfXhna ant rtrauraptiiail
l 'i rt itaKiii i
rnsoii atmi-ftTH mrm not cuml br iH-rtnni i I-omuvsi ntntr Pf rent ar trootilM wltl
lllsw ('V t'H'K N K la Uim only known rvmMl bi cr wliltoul an op rmuntu s.sjtttiu..C
ititQ aiisrstntrif iTfQ aii'l D.nnsay rviurnti If ii txiisti ffcit'a ik4 sJiaui itrii'airtfiriiair
.aUfurVtBbyiaa awou fuc rmsBUn utavr aiJ v"Tiir'aa.
iMfniiiqm r jistjitBBBiyiiiii n.oa JW Junto
F(rr Sale at Walton's Dru Store.
most delicate and acceptable compliment
to the lady of yonr choice. In a century
there will not be soch an opportunity to
give wide and lasting celebrity to beau
tiful features. Capt. Day will receive all
votes till the time slated next Tuesday
One vote for 25 rente, five votes for 1.
Wm. Doran, Philadelphia; It. I,. Kings-
ley, haolne, Wis ; C. 8. Reed. Milwaukee;
.virs. v. . Md lain. Mrs. A. W. naden,
Kansas City; J. W. McCain. New Mexico;
rrana tan Dnyne. Mr.Hallle V an llnyne.
.mi .Mine an liuyne, Kads, Colo.; M. (I,
ainaniegn. meson; lid. Bears, C. 1'hll
Hps, Las Vegas.
Wm. Merry, San Bernardino. Cal.: W
C. Johnson, Oallup; M. Picard, Mitchell,
New Mexico; II. C. Krlee and wife, Chi
cago; nr. I'aviii sterns. New Mexico.
I). L. Ctnodhart, l,os Angeles; W. C.
Huberts, Philadelphia; J. W. llreen, flat
hip: V. 8. Mlera, Cuba; J.J. Keegan and
wife, lisllup; J. M. Sandoval, Cor rales; H.
B. Hnencer, Kast View, N. M ; 0. T.
Brown. Rocorro; Oliver Williams,
Denver; Wlllard Merrill and wife, Mil
waukee, Wis.; Simon III ho, Lagtina;
Joseph Rlho, Bernalillo; II. M. Karlane,
nianii; u. it nawson, St. linls; K. H.
learner. Kansas City; II. W. Davis, Kl
Paso; J. 0 Devi-ton, l.cs Angeles; lieorge
. aienxe. i nicago; Charles H. Kehrnian,
at, iahiis; u u. speckerman, KausasCity.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
yueeiisware, glassware and tinware at
Read that new advertisement of the
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
at hutrelle s.
Novelties In our queenswara depart
Kitty pieces ot new ginghams on dis
play at me economist.
New sulfa of furniture cheaper than
second hand at Kutrell's.
Highest prices paid f:r rents' elothlntr
mi 1J..WI 111 1-1. .1.1
.., ... ... a.fiuuf.
Attend the special nine cent white
goods sale at The Koonomlst.
Insure your life In the Kqultable, Wal
ter N. Parkhurst, general manager
Last week of embrolilerr sale. Don't
overlook it an Koonomlst pointer.
Liberty chiffons, something new. at
the Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
See the window display of new enrln
goods at the dry goods store the Koouo-
If yon want anything In the blndlna-
or job printing line, call at ThiCitiskn
Palmetto Ober cotton ton mattresses
are the best; made aud sold by W. V.
Swiss embroideries. Ilamhurv em
broideries at extra special prices. Rosen-
Buy your eamo stoves and have vnnr
tin-work done at tha Star tlnshoD. 2tt
Handsome line of ladles' neckties, lew
eled belts and sashes, at the Golden Rule
ury uootts Co.
Ixwk Into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. He has the uloeat treah
moat lu the cltr.
Those Turkish towels at two for 28
ceutsareall right. Don't miss getting
some. Roseuwald Bros.
Hot chile con earns served everv nlsht
at the Paradise. Do not misa IU Bache
chl At liloiui, proprietors.
r utrelle buys furniture In car lota and
nays the cash for sama. aud can't be un.
ilersolil, and don t forget.
K. K. Trotter makes It a Dolnt to keen
a large aud varied supply of the trulls of
me season at nis second street store.
Leave orders at the "Icbr" for
Pallet's export and "blue rluoon" beers
lu quarts aud pint. Charles M. Geach,
The best place for good. Julcv steaks
and riNiaU and all kinds of meats, kept
lu a urst cIusm market, at Klelnwort a,
north Third street.
Choicest assortment ot spring dreea
patterns in all the latest stvles. colors
and weaves exclusively shown at the
Gulden Rule Dry Goods company.
Vie heat our water with Cerrllloa enal.
It gets red hot and we are alwavs readv
to give you the most comfortable bath in
the city, ilahii it Co., 2o7 Railroad ave
Don't forget tho "Green Kront Shoe
Store," No. Il l Railroad aveuue, Wm.
Chaplin; cheapest and beet ulace to ffet
moes. ana repairing aoue ou Hie short
Just received a large assignment of
flue California Grape brandy, spring 'us,
which we will sell lo saloon keepers at
2.i5 per gallon. Original package. 0.
bachechi A U. Glomi.
Yon do not want to miss seeing the
uew arrivals of shirt waists, kid gloves,
Millions, ladles' neckwear, wash goods,
organdies, embroideries, laces, white
g'xsls, percales, outing flannel, silks.
aprlng dress goods. Only at Golden Rule
try Goods company.
We want all the good things we can
get. We have a well equipped shop, a
run force of the very Istst workmen, a
tine tonsorial and bath trails, but we
want some more customers, (live us a
trial, and yon will uud us more than
worthy of your patronage. Hahn A Co.,
n. i. Amnio building.
President McKluley may declare war
with Spain any day but this fact will not
prevent K. K. Trotter keeping his store
on Keconq street the best slocked with
groceries ot auy In the territory.
Great manufacturers' sale of children's,
boys' and youths clothing, at the Golden
Rule Dry Goods Co.
tehlon.Topeka St Sarnta F
raOM TUB stOBTB Arrivmm
So, 1 CitlllurnU kirvM 7:ft0ijm
No, 17- KitirrM. H;UU um
No. M-Cht rniM Liiiiitrd. MiutUy
mil hruUvM 11 ;r,r, am
UOINU NUHTU l.fMVKai
No. -Atlantic kKprtttw 10:46 una
1'AI l-sl S. w l.r..
Nu. -4 AtUrttu Liiiiitr-ii, WrUnrt-
4 -OS pin
onyi iikI Matunliiyi
VHOM TUB iodti
No. l-.scal Kiprw ,
ouino sou TV
So. ai-Meilco kapivM
Santa Fe Pacific.
raoM THS WUT,
4-AtUniu Liiuiit'ii, Wetiut-i
Uayi unil Sattiirday . ,. ,. ,
10 46 pm
No. l-Farlflc hturftM
ftu. H - iktiiriirma L.imitcJ, MuntUyi
uud b ridays).
Noil 1 and S. Hacltlc and Atlantic kaurtM.
tiavr Hullm!) palue drawing rtxin. rani, tour-
si IrriJinu cars and chair t ara briwevn CLi.
Caiif u ami L4a Anvrlva and Sao lrau:iw u.
Nt. '41 ind 4'4, Mfiico and lnal kipra.
hnve HiilliiiMQ pilu cai aud clair cub (rom
kl I'aasi to kanaisa Citv
Nihs. li ami 4. tilt dsllfornia I.lmitfd. hivn
Hullniau bullet and nlttplh i ara aud tnHHft
car only tno emu lira or t Lair cam;. A olid
vrotibultrd tr4iii troin L'lncii;u to Loa Auuelca-
W. H. TKI XL, Julut Aa-nt.
urn ti mriisii, win quit kly I'urv vol
of thn ,rfi. rui.vsr or.... tu h m 1-siI U n!i.-,
lu thu , at k , bt'iiiinal Kii.tuii'iiN, Ntrrvt.iia irhi,lkf
i or ait it.-
V r laili D 1 1 1 1 J J TBI MR, SarMf arllv ,
i ail t.v Un (,r maitL Prtit.u tin
vhit h if not I'M". U t It vli u Kpriciiirr fid's, a
an iiiv iiornir tn i rn 'wuriiry. sj " r ir lilt IIVTtr.
kll i u vi faint Ih iirinisrv urst mBi sui luintiriilBB.
R SRAHOIS IKOMOW,
OFFICK AND RRSIDKNCK 4SO We
Uolrt ar.nne. Mourn S to 10 a. m. S I
S and 7 to B p m.
8tclal attention fflvsn tn general torgarr.
Automatic Telephone SS3.
KRA. BISHOP BISHOP.
tlOMtKOPATHlC PHYSICIANS AND
Huraeona mic anil mlrience ovet noat.
CifTlc. Old Telephone . New Telephone
m. aan. ajarmn Mlanop, M . U., CfilcS honrv,
S to S p. m, Krank D. tJl.hop, M. !., oOJra
brmra. to to a. m.. and 1 to S and 1 10 S p. m.
1 ake tlevator al Whltney'e.
JOUST TASCHVR, M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND BL HOKON-Orflee and
realdrnce, S07 north Fifth atrret. Honrs, I
... nuu o.tf iu -a:u p.m. pp. lai attentici
ln to chronic and dfaraara ol women. Ol.
telephone, . Calla mad In dartlma only.
M. U, JOHNSOB,
ARCHITRCT-Plana. tpeelflratlona and et
tlmatea Inmiaherl lot ail daaaaenf hnlli.
In I and archltectnrai work. (Jftlcai SOS Waal
BAST BHD A a AASTKItDAf.
OFFICK and reatnVnre, No. 41S We Mold
.. swiiw Telephrme Nn,SS. Orlloe boon
hi w a. m.i ixu hi a au and 7 tn e p. m,
. Kiesernar, M b. . 8. kaatetdaf, M. D.
W. h. Mora, m. i.
nV'CK Ht)UKS-Untll S a. m. and from
' m to a:u an j rrom 7 lo s p.m. tiftiet
and re.l.lenee. S0 Weat Uold aranua, Albo
AM1KK. I). II. a
n,5NTJ8T-,mt rnm S and 4. Whiting
A block, om l.old arenoa and sVcond
.T'.y"10' noora, a a. m. lo ISilSp. to
and l:IS to S:So p. m.
BKHMAKO S. RtlOBf,
ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW. Albnqnerqne, N
al. I'rompt altrntion given to all hiialneai
penainina to Ilia profeaaloii. W ill prartid In
all conrta of the terrttutv and twf.v. tl, 1 r.,.i.l
mam . 1 1 U UUJCV.
Wll I.I AM It. LBB,
A TJOKNRY AT I AW. Omce, Itiortl ,
.r. -i, 'i" I'"!- win practice lo
A TTUKNKYH-AT LAW. Albnnnrnine. N
i Il .V.'- "" :id S, J-ir.t National
ATTOHNhY-AT-LAW. Albuquerque, N.
M. OiUce, l-im Naiion.tl liana b.uldliiu.
FMANK W. tl.AMCY,
A TTl.KNhY AT-LAW. rooma Sand S, N.
- Aiiniju imiiuina, Aiuuuerqiie, N. M.
K. W. IM1HMIN,
AriOKNKY AT I.AW. mire over Hob.
erUHni aa-riH-erv atote. Albixitieruiie. N.M.
Pravaaala loe krattlna af Sahool Mallal-
t'nltrr! Htatea Indian Service, )
Santa Ke In. nan IniluHr.al h liool.l
Santa ee, N. M., Feb. -Jl, laws )
Nealeil rtriut.MAil. l,i,l.,pa-.H "II.........IA .
Km tlutl of School Hull. liny " anil M,..I
to the unileralttnrd at Hanta Ke, New Memo,
wm urTnTivm at una etnooi until 1 o clock
p. m. of 1 humlay, March 17. 1 hum ,lor lurnlah
Ing the nrc emary matrrlala anil labor required
In the ronatruction anil coiniiletlon ol one 11)
brick ilormltoiy bulhlina at Santa Fe aLhool,
n.W M.llcn. In atrlct acriiril.it. m .HI. .i.n.
and atieclllcatlona v. hlcli may be clamine.l al
the Indian othce, WanhliiHIon, D.C.Ilie otln ea
T!1" y'Vi" " Albuquerque. N. M .the
llullilera' anil 1 railera' Kacbaniie.Dniaha, Nen.,
the I nited Hole. Indian Warehouse, No. luu'j
State ttreet. t 1.1. ko. III., anil at Una at hool.
ror any auuitional Inlormation amily to
TuoMaa M. Jon tea,
I'ropoaal lor Krawtloa of Drive Well aatl
Culled Htatea Indian "School Service, (
Albuqueniue, N. Al , Man h I, Ihiih. f
Sealed proiioeals, eniloraed " I'ropoaala fi
l-.te.ll..n of Driv. Well." etc., aa the cane may
be. anil a .Ireaaed to the undenmueil at Albu.
quenine. N. M will be received at Ihieei UikiI
until lu tliHI p. m. ol Saluriiay, Manh mi,
Ihiis, lor furnlahlua the neceauarv materlala
anil lalMir required In the construction anil
completion ol one drive well and one tank
tower at aaid school, all In strict accordance
with plana and aprclHcatlona which may be
ciamlned at the Indian ullice, Washington. U.
C., and at this school.
r ur any aililltional Inlormation apply In
Kooah A. Allkn, Superliitvndent.
(Homeatead hntry No. -laaa.l
Natlea foe Puhllnatloa.
Land Ofllce at Hants Ke. N. M
. . Kehruary la, Imuh. I
Notice Is hereby s-iven thai tha r.,lli..
named settler has Hied notice ol hla Intention
to make Hnal nr. Kit in aii.Mirt of hla claim, and
that aaul priHil will tie niaile before the rrui.irr
ami receiver al Hanta Ke, N. M.. on March al.
ihwn, via: Juan ue Dual Sulsa. f.i. II, Hku ..I
wi iiihi is, p. s n. H O K.
lie names the following- witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
ol ssnl land, via. i J-eilro Lopea, Kiuilio l.u
ceio, YaMru Lu. ero and Kelujiu Lucero, all ol
Inos Wells. N. M.
as. an liar, k.
Otkho, Kra later.
I Homeatead Kntry No. Ihms J
Natlea foe falsllaatloa.
Land Klll. e at Mants Ke. N. M.,
Kehruarv IN, Imuh.
Notice la hereh
IV SlVeil tlii.t tho fi.lliiarliitf.
named aettlef haa filed rioll.-M ,.f In. OiIhiiii,.!,
lo make Una! priuilin aunoort of hla claim, aud
that said nroof will lie made before the n Ki.o r
anil receiver M Santa Ke. N. M., on .Manh al.
I hum, via: Kmilio Lucero, lor the SK ol the
JWJs and ha 4 ol section So. and NKS ol the
NVtlsun.l ha 1 ol aecllou SI, lowii.liib a N,
ranue la K.
lie naiiu-a the (ollowlna witnesses tn prov.
hla continuous reaulence upon and cultivation
of aald land, viii I'eilro Loi.el, Juan de Uloa
Sula. Heluilo Lucero and Vaidio Lucero, all
ol 1'llios Well.. N. M.
Mani i.i. K. Otkho, Kevlater.
I Homeatead Kntry No. 40711.)
Molina for I'ublloalloM,
Land Olll. e at Santa Ke, N. M., I
Keliruary la, Ihiih. J
Notice la herehy uiveu thai the lollowlna
named aeltler haa llh d Hutu e ol his intention
to mukellnaJ proof In aupLiort of hla claim, and
that aaid Drool will he made before the res inter
and receiver at Santa Ke. N. M., on March al.
Ihiih, viai IVdro l-oi-o, for the ,s of the
NKi ol aectioii aa, slid the S', of the SfcW ol
aection V4. township M N, raniie 1 '4 h.
He names the I. .Mowing wilneasea to prove
hiacoiilinuoua reaulence upon and cultivation
ol aaid land, via: Juan de llioa Salaa, Kmilio
l.ucero. Yal.lro Lucero and Keluno Luccto,
all ol fine Well., N.M.
Mahukl K. Otho, Keglater.
VVf ANTKI UI'K KII1T AN I) KAITIIKUL
alhle establiahed house In Albuuueruue. N.M.
Monthly, SH6 and eipenses Hoaltlon eteady.
kefereiics. kucliuu ..ll..l,lrMuu..l .1
envelotie. lb. Loiu!uiou Coiuuauy. Lieut.
Hueklsu's Aralra Salva.
Tlis bmt salva tn ths world for cuts,
bruUns, aorea, ulcrs, aalt rheum, fever
aorrw, tMtktr, cliaiipml hand, olilllilalna,
etirus and all skin eraptlous, and poai
tlveljr curat) ptltw, or no pay. It la guar
anteed to Rive perfect aatUfartlna or
mouHv refuuded. i'rlott, 26 ceuta per box.
Koraaleby all dniggUU. J, U. U'Hlelljr
Wtue fur Sala.
Natlrs wine, purs and liaaltliful. at
only bti eanu a Kallon at C. A. tiranda's
3u6 north liroadway.
It is or should be the lil(liiHt aim of
very merchant to plnaaa Ills euatoiuara;
and that tha wide-awake druir llrui ot
lleyera A Knhlemaii, Sterllnsr, 111., la do
ing ao, la proveu by the following from
Ur. Krtlileman; "lu uiy Hlxtmu ynars ex
perlenee lu the drug buHliieHH, I have
never neen or Hold or trle.1 a medlulue
that gave an good aatlMfat'tlou aa Chain
httrlaln'e Colio, Cholera and lllarrhoea
Kemedy." Hold by all drugglHta.
Hlch mea are noted for their economy
to small puri'baaea. You will not need
to buy coal often aa summer approaehea,
but you should be lint aa careful to see
that you got the kind that goes the
farthmt by buying Cerrlllim coal from
liahu & t'o.
everybody aays Su.
f "aaearets t 'and v I 'ulhurl ic. the mint wrnn.
declul ini-ilicul ilisi-ovei-v of lliu au, pieus
aul aud rud'nahiiiK U the tusiu, act Kutly
and positively on kl.lnm.. liver ami liuwela,
cli-aiiauiK tho ei.liio atati-in, dlaie rohla,
euro lu-u.luuhe, lever, huhiiuul conatlpuliua
and hlllniianeaa. i'lcuae buy aud try a box
ol IM!. todnv; III, !.'., Vt cent a. tioldaud
guarauloed to euro by all druvg-iala.
A well supplied table la oue of ths moat
delightful attractions of a home. You
can always keep your table covered with
the cholceat ot viands It you trade with
K. K. Trotter, the Second afreet
The famous lellowntoue whiuky, differ
ent at-ea and prlcea, la bulk and bottlea.
Mellnl X Kaklu, exi-lunlve distillers'
agent. Ill aoutb Klret street
Have you examined our specials lu em
broideries? If not, do not fail to do ao.
Sweaters for men and boys at remark
ably low prices at Ilfeld's.
numbing aud gas tilting. Whitney Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorised Capital ....ISOO.OOO 00
Pald-np Capital, Surplus
and ProfltA 17)0000
Tha Bank of Commerce
CBAU II roStl tOB MOlf AkB
miit.at airaasta aad fiavM
' VJJ ' C. BALraira. LotrMir. W, C. Lmiiis, Caattallst
M. V. Bc.uiTaa, Vlea.preeld.nl. A. ktiaaBauB, KhMiawa Bros,. Wool.
' a?.0!""' C"hIe' Al Ml '''. " Blackwall Co, (incars
U, I. Kaaaaoif. A-IK.nl Caahlat. W. A. Maswux. Waolai Otomm.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Bailwa.
SAMPIX AKTD OLTJI1 ROD23"
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO Wat Railroad Atm Alkaqaarc .
IAS VEOA8. N. M.
CX.OILLETA. N. M. iJLiiUUUUQ,U. I. H.
AXXj xcrra-nai oar n
Gr. HENRY, Mi. D
Btadant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Fraaao.
THIQTT-8IX TKAR3' PBACrtlC J. USS 0N1T TRIATXD.
..ia.s irT. 1 '''I Kuwl.ii and Boh.mlsn anok.a. Qaa.ilBM sad Oa.
nainHimrM. rorreep -indent, sollcllsdl itrtctl anoAdantial '
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St, Del ween Railroad and Copper Area.
Horaaa and Malss Boaght aad ExakaagodJ
Agonta for Colnmbna Baggjr CorapaBT.'
Tho Boot Taraoata fa tho City
Carrlagea, Road Carts, Sprina Wagon, VictoriajL
Buggies, rhactons, Etc, lor Sale, t t i i
Addreag W. L. THIMBLE A
ZEIGER CAFE I
QU1CKEL & BOTHE. ProDS.
(Suooeasors to Vnnk U. Jonaa.1
finest Waislles, Imported and Domestic Vines ind Ccgmal
Tke Coolest and Htfnet Grtle of Later Serrea.
Finest Billiard llall In the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigaw
i i ii j i .
rTI X 6 RADII to them we ollug! n
Their 0R0CKBIR8 hart tha ma ulna rlnvl
(t TKAS and 00KKKR3 and CANNKU OOODB raxa, It
V.. Ths prioa they ehargs Is always tailo
fPhey sell ths fluent LAOKR BKKR, k
1-L To plaaas their patrons Is tbalr ldA
n WINKS X UQUORS, we always Had Ik
Ths eholoesi qaallty of mi? ata-li
Cr Thus competition they defy.
" TOTI X URADI cant ot baat say 1
Agents for Coyote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivery to all parts ol the city
New Telephore 247. 21 H, 21 S AND 217 NORTH THIRD RT
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprlotoi1
Iron and Braaa Caalma Ora, CotJ and Lumbar Oars BhafllBf, Pollan, Cfamts Bar
Babbit Ma'l i Culumoa and Iron FtotjU fev Bolldinf a Eapalra oo
Miulof aad Mill Maehliiary a Bpsjotalty.
FOUNDRY: fciOE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE. N.M.
BP.TTP 1 V-i I
mm asalasj Wasf asalaai assTsai asaTsaBBaaal aa
21G Railroad Avenue.
Mutual Telephone No. 148.J Altnqnftrqne, N' M.
D. S. DET0SIT0I1T.
Depository lot the Atlantic A
rscific and tha Atchiaoo.
I Torek A S&rtt F
4 Rjulrond Cos,
0FFICKS3 UD C12I2CTCS1:
U. W. ....TI(PrsUMt
riUKK KoKKR. . . .AajtbrUot Oaskltl
A. a. eaurr.
In Albaqnerqua. H. II.
AMD IMCBSJ S.BTT
im 9W tmmmn,
CO CATSIOLL, N. A.
att,ts q att Tnvtnnn
CO Albnqgerqpe. , Wow . llexleo