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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HH.HKrt A McCKKKtflT, Fubmbhkhb
Tune. HUAHRS Krilior
W. T. McCbsihht, Bun. Mgr. and City Ki
rtHLIllHKU DAILl AMU WKiKHI..
Aanelated Vtmi Afternoon Telegrams.
Oilloial Paper o keroalilloConutr.
Oillcial Paper of City of Albnqnrqn.
Largtwl City aud County Circulation
Tbft Largest New Uexloo Circulation
Larirt North Ariioua Circulation
ALBl'QUKKQt'K, MAIiCU 21. IHW8
RKriRLICAN (lir CONTENTION
A dlr-ai convention of the Republican!
of the city of Altiiiieniie wiil be helit at
traur Opera Hon on ihurxlay evening,
Man n SI, tnH, at 7 -HO, lot trie purpose ul
piacm in nimmiatiuti candidate luf the ean
oue city oilier.
line l Ink.
One Ahlertnao from each ward.
Ou rueintwr u( liw aiiiuui board from each
Karhof the erveral anl will be entitled to
a reprt-eentaoon In itl convention of lliteen
delrvalra. 1'roliee cult only te Hard by bona
rule rreiiiente of wama from wbicb a delegate
Want prlmatin will be held In th different
warUe oo I ueaOay cvrDlnH. March nw, at 7
o tlm k, aa tollowa:
Ward l-At Mie City Hall, and will be called
to order by lHn J. K attain.
Ward K-At No.it Hoae hou, and will be
called to order by I noma llutftie.
Ward 8 At printing mil. ol Kdwwd 17.
Blla. on weat lo!d avenue, and will be Called
to order by 1 homae A. r lintel.
Ward 4 - At fcoott Moore lime honae, nn
nonli I bird etreat, and will be called ki order
by K. W. liopaiii.
It la recoiiiiueiiiled that the primarie place
In Bottnnaliou candidalea tor aldermen and
memtn-ra of the ethool board In each ward, to
be ratilted by lb convention.
. W. CLANCY,
Chairman City Republican Committee.
SlBorKIKU ImiKnriLU. becn-lary.
Thi eagle u the emblem of lot Lulled
Slate and the republican party.
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Thb republican Intend to elect their
whole ticket at the approaching city
Tut United butee can whip all Eu
rope, and will do o Ineide the neit hun
Tnt attention of the iwmor of thin
emutj I called to the tact that there are
at lent 1.0J)) blajele In the eouoty.
Tukri are thousand of men bemoan
ing the fat of the Cuban who ne'er In
their llree gave a hungry man a dinner.
Now la the time to eubecrlbe tor TBI
Daily Citukn. All the war new in ad
vauce of all other territorial new-
liixioo talk of puttlug atop to bull
Pghttng. President Dial might follow
up thl good resolution by an effort to
make the republic' dollar worth 100
Tin brewer to one poet bare been en
nobled In the British realm, an acknowl
edgement, probably, of the taot that nine
person out of ten Ilk beer better than
they do Terse.
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TBI Republic of Guatemala ba orer
18.0UO "saloon1 and tarern. In the
country district there 1 on to every
eighty-two Inhabitants; In the town one
Or the 76.000 homeless men In the
Colled State Chicago wintered about
11,01)0 last year, and nearly a fourth
more this season, or about one-seventh of
the vagrant population of the country.
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Mas. K. If. Galloway ha made her
bond and reoelted her eoruiiilniilon as
postmistress at Sliver Cltv. She will take
possession of the office on the first of April,
the commencement of th neit quarter.
Beui I one Illustration of the enor
mous eipeuse of war. The price of one
gun to be used tor the protection of New
York harbor is equii to the sot ot 130
dwellings at an average price ot $3,0U0
There are twenty-four Good Templar
lodge In Ariioua and only five In New
ale i too. The poor quality ot Arliini
whisky probably la th cause ot the
greater number of temperance lodge In
the sister territory.
TBI oldest bauk note In the world was.
prluted In China in lM-tblrty two
year before Uutenburg, the reputed In
ventor of printing, was horn. It was lav
ud 300 year before bauk note were
circulated In Europe.
IT appears that Uweden has the largest
number ot telephone per capita of any
country In the world, one to every 1 IB
person, aud Bwltxerlaud next, ou to
every 12U. Turkey aud Greece are the
only clvltlxnd nation In which the tele
phone ha not been Introduced.
Tui record for railroad "hold npaH for
1HU7 on railroads In the tailed Bute 1
aa eveu thirty. In which eight person
were killed, tour train rubber aud four
train men uud passengers, ar.d eleven
person were Injured, tlire train robbers
and tight trainmen and paeeugen.
IT is estimated that there are 12,000,
000 silver dollar In circulation which
have never been eolued by the govern
went They are spurious only in that
th govern meut did not coin them, as
they eoutaln as much or more silver than
th dollar coined by the guveinuidnt.
- Tun railroads of th country ouutinue
to show increased earnings aud to fur
nlab practical demonstration ot the fart
that buslnee 1 experlenclug a general
revival In all sections. Th 100 roads
reported by liraddtreel ' show aggregate
earnings ot f W,8'ii,tMo for the mouth of
February, an iurreate ot 13.2 percent
over th same period lant year. The same
roads show total earnings for the two
months' period of this year amounting to
4),4v3,070, a gala over the correspond
tug period tat year of 18.4 per Cent.
NAVAL. Aft UOr-tll AllOW-
The committee ou naval affairs will be
ready this week to report on the naval
appiuprlailou bill, which will be 00 per
Cent, larger thau th average naval ex
pendttur for many years. The total
villi approximate ft 0,000,000, which will
Irrlrpla prAvMnn for tVe new battle
"hip, six liiip-.ta b ats and all torpedo
I boat dpatmtem and live dry dock, which
i are very miirh nmded, for there are nn
-try d. rks In the I'nited Mate that ran
j aoot'mmodale the Iowa, Indiana, M '-
rbtiaetts or any of the other bsltleahlpa
except that which was bnilt some years
j ago at Port Hoy it I and Is Inaccewiitite be-
rtnse ot a bar at the month of the harbor.
f A I Mat IN t I'll A.
It Is a horrible picture drawn by Sen
ator Proctor of the rlMltntion In Cuba.
He said In Ms recent apeeeti In the sen
ate: Torn from their homes, with foul earth,
fonl air, ful water ami foul food or none,
what wnnriVr lhal one-half have tiled and
Hint one-qurtr of (he living are so die
eneed that ihpv cm not be saved V A form
of dropey la a & mm n disorder rnlting
from these condition. I, title children
areetlll walking about vtlih arms and
rhoate terribly emaciated, er'S awnllen
tint ahdnnin bloated lo three times the
natural size. The physician say these
rasa are hopeless.
roar A L XTRAVAOANCC.
Th t'nlted Hlates dWbursed 118.000,
000 during the Oacal year 18M U7 to
transportation companies for carrying
the mall. The San Francisco Chronicle
says that this tremendous sum I per
haps thirty-five million more than pri
vate Individual would have been com
pelled to pay the railroads and other
tranaoortallon tympanies to secure th
performance of an equivalent service,
for It Is now guirally kuown that the
government rate of eight cents per
pound Is more than eight times as much
a eipres rompanb are paying to have
their matter traaapwtinl by rail or other
It Is mure than thirty years since the
elght-ent-a pound rate now paid to the
transportation companies was Died. At
that time the currency of the Uuited
Statee wai greatly depreciated, and rail
road rates compared with those ot the
present day were excessively high. Since
then, or rather after 1H73, there has beeu
a steady decline ot th eharge of trans
portation companies to Individuals, put
uo ou connected with the postal depart
ment seem to have thought It worth
while for the government to attempt
to secure any ot the beneQte ot the gen
eral reduction. On the contrary, de
vices appear to have been resorted to
which bad a tendency to Increase the
sum disbursed for transportation,
among them being the multiplication ot
postal car which were hired by the gov
ernment at a high rental, the araouut
paid for them being alwaye In addition
to the eight cent a pound received by
th transportation eompablo for th
mall actually hauled.
AT mi ItllHt UOUBK.
Wall Khdi Attatrweya Ama( the Laeal
Leaal Light Tbia Moralaa.
Prof. J. P. Owen, ot Meet I la Park, N.
Mn son ot th popular proprietor ot the
the Uraud Ceutral hotel, and a
worthy member ot the faculty of the
Agricultural colli-ire, came up to the me
tropolis lant batiirday night, and was a
pleasant visitor at the Court house thl
morulug. where be found his brother,
tiarry Owen, brolly employed as district
court clerk. Th professor will return
to Mesllla Park to-morrow morulnir.
Hon. 0. H. Olldersleeve, m well-known
lawyer ol Hanta Ke, and clerk of the Ter
rluirlal supreme court, came in from the
iMirlh iaet ulglil aud placed his uame on
the register at Hturges' Kuropeau. Ue ta
here ou court matter of some import
ance, aud waa at the court buus thl
Hon. a. M. Dougherty, the well-known
district attorney of the Fifth Judicial
district, cams in from the south last
uight aud visited the court house this
morulug in company with Attorney K.
V. Chaves. He Is here on legal matters.
Uou. Klfego ha the lawyer mayor of
jocorro, came In from the Gem city lust
night, aud waa moving among the court
oUIl-UIs at th court house this morning
He Is assisting in the prosecution ot the
(fonxales, for Hie murder of Frank (iu
tierres, and he will make a good record
Good Luna pan le,
'Prove all things, hold fast to that
which 1 good." For over 10U year In
the crucial test of Qre. the Insurance
company of North America has txten
proven aud round goad, a over IW.000,-
OHO paid for losses attest.
In acme of nnauctal strength la a
policy In the Philadelphia Underwriters,
backed by assets ot over tltl.ooo.ooO, and
guaranteed by two of the oldeet and best
companies in America.
J1RNHY LOCK HART, Agent,
Kooms 4 aud 6 Uraut Block.
HasMlbook of tha Tariff.
The understanding ot the complicated
provisions ot the new tariff has been
greatly simpUUed by the Immune of this
uiauual. lo digest the tariff law is no
easy task, but to digest the food taken
into the gaelrlo receptacle Is reudered
dasy by I lie ue of that thorough stom
achic. Hosteller's btoiuaru Hitlers. It
prevents and cures malarial, kidney aud
rheumatic trouble, remedies nervousness
aud Insomula, aud removes conxtlDatlon
and biliousness. Appetite, aa well a the
anility to satiery it without subsequent
abdominal disturbance, is restored by
this tins stomachic, which a,!) accel
erates convalescence. Persons In the de
cline ot life, aud the Intlrin of every age
ana sex, una it or material assistance.
Kllllnt Kur fcddy.
rnenix. near Miiiiy, was the scene of a
killing, riaturday. About i o'clock, Hauls
larda ileruandei shot Milarlo Allada
three times with a V luchesier. death re
sulting instantly. Ueruandei gave him
self up at once. An examining trial was
held Tunsdsv, and he was bound over
wunmit nail, me facts as elicited at
the trial were to the effect that Allada
called at the house ot H. ruanJex, about
2ou yards at of the railroad, and tried
to enter; that ha was drinking: that tier
nandet put him out, secured bis rule,
slioed out the bark door, uaesed around
the house, and shot Allada in the bark as
he was walking away. This was tbs tes
timony ot eve wltueeees. If the- facta
are sulMtautlated at the trial of the case,
Seuor Hernandez' uerk will be In grave
dauger. Kddy Argus.
TO Cl'SK A COLO IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggiNts refund the money If It falls
to cure. 2oo. The genuine has L. H. L.
ou each tablet.
l.veitlMHly jte o,
C'naa-.iri'U ( and v t 'ulbiu-lii-, the mnat won
terf .1 ini'du-al ,liM-m-rt of the. eae, i.aa--tnt
und I'ulivnhllitr to t hi. lualw, art atelitly
and iHiaiUvi ly on H.Iiuhh, liver and buwel,
ieanaiuu 1 1 in eniii.i ai. in, Ulapel fold,
cum lieiulaolie, fever, bablluul i'onMlialioo
ami bliioijaneka. I'leaa buy and try a bos
of t!. (". t;. lo ilnv; 10, tt, Ml.eiua. Uoldaod
guarauutcd to ciir by all UrutiKiaU.
Ths cycling season Is now opening and
ths prevalllug question Is, "V here can I
get the heat wheel fur the money I care
to Invest V" Let ua koow your price. We
are certain to have a wheel that will tit
it. He have good wheels onlv, but have
many styles at many price. liauuiiCo.
A popular Hue of the latest spring at
tractions. An uulimlted variety iu every
ilepnrluieut of the sture. Ths determina
tion aud ability to luak the beet price,
Is why vou should do your spring trading
at Tti E viuumlst.
Futrelle buys furulture In car lots aud
pay the cash for same, aud can't b un
dersold, and don't forget.
Items Culled and
NEWS OF INTEREST TO
om the Optic.
If some enterprising yonng gentleman
would start a dancing aohooi In this city
It would undoubtedly be well patrouliml.
William W. Curtis, son of Rev 8. W.
Curtis, of th Presbyterian mtantoii, has
Jnt received an appointment as a ma
chinist In the Inlied Ktate navy. He
ha been ordered to report to the receiv
ing ship "Vermont," aud will leave In a
very few days.
B. C. Plttenger, manager of the Dun
can opera house, has let to John Hill, the
contract to erect a ten room house on the
lots on Fourth street, recently purchased
by him frr.m K. A. Kletler. The stuns
contract ha been sub let to W. P. Kupp.
The Kapp llrother designed the plan of
the new building.
Mls Caroline Jempson. ths yonng Indy
who for two years and a halt was an In
mate ot the family ot ths editor of tills
paper, and who left for California about
two week, ago, died In San Diego, on
Tueedsy of la-t week, the sad Intelligence
reaching her friend in this elty only last
L. R. Allen, wife and child, retnrned
from I'hnenlx. Arlxona, where Mr. Allen
had charge of the mechanical department
of tht Usxette Ths delicate condition
of Mrs Alleu's health Induced the return
of the family, notwithstanding that Mr.
Alien held a lucrative position, with two
others equally good at his command.
II. W. Klrker, of Davenport, Iowa, I In
the city, visiting his early school mate
and life long friend, Chas. H. Hpnrleder.
Over fifty years ago these gentlemen be
gan a frlendnhlp which subsequent Tears
have but the more Urmlv cemented. They
meet now after twenty-Are year ot ab
sence, ths Interval having been well
bridged over by eorrespondeuce.
From lh New Mencan.
Mrs. ManderQeld and three daughters
returned to their home In this city after
an absence ot sll month spent In visit
ing relatives in the east,
C. W. Warneke. of Washington, has ar
rived In the city, and will take a position
In the federal building In the surveyor
F. G Krb went to Cerrlllos to recover
an Irieh setter which waa stolen from the
hotel about two weeks ago.
W. H. Cunningham was arrested on a
charge sworn out by John Conway, pro
prietor ot the Hon Ton, who claims that
Otinnlngharu owe a 10.7o board bill at
the Hon ion. Justice Gorman placed thr
man under fSi) bonds.
B. M. Read Is In receipt of a letter In
forming him that Mrs. Read' brother.
Palemon Ortlx, ex-probate clerk of Mors
county, and at present postmaster ol
Mora, I dangerously sick with a mallg
nant fever and other trouble.
Andy Horn, the veteran freighter and
stage man, came In from Bland with two
tour-horse outfit, and Immediately com
menced the work of tearing down his
stage barn In this city with a view to
transplatlug the buildlug from Santa Fe
to Blaud soil.
In ths district court for San Juan
county, tho Uraden Mercantile company
of Colorado has begun suit agalust C.
Dmingtieiet at to recover the sum of
f'lotMo due ou a promissory note. Thurs
day afternoon Judge McFIe ordered the
foreclosure of a lien held by hernard
Seligman et al against the Lincoln.
Lurkv & Lee Mining company for ttlljO.
Sheriff Klusell waa ordered to sell the
property and effect of the mining com
pany at the front door of the court
house. In the divorce case of Argon vs.
Argon, from Taos county, J. U. Bulherlln
has been appointed referee to take evi
From th Chieftain.
Thus far the prospect are good for an
excellent fruit crop In this part of the
Ulo Uiaude valley.
The past winter ha been a most fa
vorable one tor sheep and the lamb crop
f romlnes to be one of the best ever kuown
n the territory.
Prut. W. 11. Seamon, director of the
school of miues, informs as that the
students ot that institution are progress
ing nicely with their studies.
Prof. C. L. Herrlck, president ot the
university of New Mexico at Albuquer
que, was a visitor to Hocorro recently
Prof. Herrlck Is a gentleman ot indefa
tigable energy aud has a wide spread
reputation as an educator.
Judge Hamilton, accompanied by Orrin
Rice, the court steuograpber tur ths Fifth
district, have departed for Koswell, where
the spring term of court for Chaves
county convenes Monday. They will be
alwent holding court In the eastern coun
ties of th dletrlct until the Hint of May.
From the Enterprise.
A. fl. Hood was called to Denver to at
tend the bedside of a dying sister.
Dr. Alward White, formerly a practic
ing physloian ot thi city, but for several
years past a resldeut of Kl Paso, died ot
It la reported that Justice ot the Peace
Deprlest, of Alma, was robbed of sixty
dollars by a hanger-on at the Alaska sa
loon. The thief skipped.
Mrs. D. Abraham aud Mrs. K. V. Prtre
have re-opened the Uoutheru hotel. This
old time favorite hostelry I one of the
beet arrauged hotels lu the west.
Judge Parker overruled the motion fur
a new trial In the caee agalust James
Hayney, William Johusun, William F.
(iillilaud and V 111 Kouutx, convicted ot
the "white capping" of A. W. Uifford in
eaeleru Dona Ana county, and sentenced
each to a term of one year In the peni
tentiary, together with a due of I loo aud
eueta. Defeudaut gava nolle of an ap
peal to the supreme court aud superse
deas was granted, bond waa reduced to
tl.otu, which will be given. After clos
ing up minor matters, court adjourued.
The term cost the United States nearly
New York capitalists, represented by
8. M. Asheuteller, hav receutly paid
1 1, ooo fur a year' option on the Climax
aud Standard mines. In Doe Cabesaa dis
trict, the purchase price ot the proper
ties being $15,000 Mr. Ashenfelter sent
th$l,iHM) by C. B. Hoeworlh, to W ilcox,
laet week, aud Mr. BiMworth there closed
with Messrs. Demurest and Relder the
owuers. Mr. Bosworlh Is the railroad
agent at Deinlug, aud ba an luterest In
the deal. Mr. Ashenfelter tells us that It
is th purpoN ot the New York parties to
actively push development work, aud de
termine the value of these properties
without unnecessary delay. It is possible
that D. J. Doruan, of Uadley may take
charge of the work.
Frora Deoa Ana County Rspublieaa.
Theodore rU nail now ha his One
farm near Las Cruevs plauu-d, 100 acres
totuuietue aud tweuty five acre to chill.
John Barnrastle, of Dona Ana, I (ut
tering from a slight attack ot paralysis
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ALL KINDS OF READERS
of the right arm. Mr. Barncaatle, It Is
understood, will be the next postmaster
ot i ion a Ant.
William Weir, of Dona Ana. will leave
next week for Hilver ( Ity to accept a po
sition In the Hllver City reduction works.
in wire, it is iimiersbsHi, will remain as
po-tniltre-s until Ilia explrallon of ber
term this coming May.
W. (1. Hradltorg wrote to Martin Ama
dor on ths fourteenth of this month
from Denver to furnish teams to do ths
work on fifteen miles of the grading of
th Guerrs A CMIuishii railroad. Mr.
Amador will send scrapers and men as
soon as poexlblo.
From th Independent-Democrat.
U. L. Hollgnac, of Hanta Fe, Is her vis
iting bis brother, our new register.
Jeff Isaacks has returned from th
the lower valley, where he has been gath
ering yearling steers, purchased last fall.
The Drat nf a series ot Informal after
noon a was given by Mrs. A. J. Pspen,
complimentary to her mother, Mrs. U. K.
Krwln, who experts to leave shortly for
Toiieka, to reelde.
At the meeting of the board of regents
of the Agricultural and Mechanical col
lege, Hon. . A. Klchardson was re-elected
president of the hoard and Hon. P. II.
Curran was re elected secretary and
A most excellent entertainment was
given the patrons of the Agricultural and
Mechanical college, In the afternoon and
evening of March 14. It was the occas
ion of th opeuing of Hclence ball, a
splendid annex, which has recently been
added to the college buildings.
Right Rev. Blehnp Bourgarde, bishop
ot Arlxona, ot which dioeeae Dona Ana
and Kddy counties form a part, came
frora Mesila to Las Cruces, where he met
with a warm and cordial welcome by
several hundred cltlxeu. His grace is
now on a tour through the diocese, ad
ministering the sacrament of continua
tion. AM MAHCIAU
From th Re.
Perry Gall has completed the renovat
ing ot Frank Meyers' residence. Mrs.
Meyer will return from California about
The Interior of the company dwelling
occupied by Frank Kwlug has beeu neat
ly papered at the expeuee of the corpora
tion. A pocket of 12.000 ore waa v-Tered
In the new shall of the Kiswdula mine.
Hits property bids fair to develop luto a
veritable treasure vault.
Karnest Conroy left Ban Marclal tor
the City ot Mexico, having th refusal of
dispatcher' eit at a polut near that
W. A. 8trong, who for nearly a year
las Oiled the ponitlun of druggist for W.
U. Kraiule, has decided to try Mexico for
a living aud will locate at ttan Lul Pr
It has been stated locally that Rev.
Geo. Heiby and wire, ot La Vegas, will
shortly pay a promised visit to ttan Mar
clal. Hun. Klfego Baca, having given th
neceexary bond, ba .been appointed the
guardluu and cuelrslian ot Mrs. Joe Kay's
person aud propertv, she being a minor
lu the eyes ot theotlliwsof the Fireman's
life Insurance branch.
Hannah, the bright little daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. II. Uoueui, bad a birthday,
her sixth. A number of particular girl
1 1 lends were her guexta lu the afternoon,
aud were entertalued right royally.
Dr. A. A. 8haw and D. W. Hitchcock are
selling out several buudred strawberry
plants each. This uew departure in this
locality will be watched with consider
able lulerest. It Is believed the result
will be an early aud abuudaut crop.
Billy Wilton states that the Taqnl
country swarms with fat cattle that may
be purchased for f 10 and U a head,
with ouly a 3iio mile drive to the rail
road, part of the disiauce being over a
Alejandro Romero, living at Midway,
was run over by a wagon and very serl
oiiMly. if not fatally injured, on the same
day. l'dhlo Kibera fell from a similar ve
hicle and was almost entirely scalped by
the cruel wheels. Dr.Mhaw cared tur the
surgical wants ot the two meu.
W. M. Cantrell, who for the past two
months has conducted the Lujau reetau
rant, turned up missing the morning ot
ol. Patrick's day. His indebtedness here
Is getting no smaller as he proceeds ou
his journey in search ot other trustful
buHiues men. He also left bis wife
The wire carry many sad as well as
pleasing tale to the people In all sec
tions ot the country, and ou Wednesday
uight they carried a message that brought
sorrow luto the home of Trainmaster
George K. Ayer. The message contained
ths intelligence that Harry Brown, the
father of Mrs. Ayer, had died suddenly of
heart failure at hi hotel In Wichita,
Kaiieas. Mrs. Brown, who ha been a
member of Mr. Ayer' household tor sev
eral months, availed herself of the Bret
east-bound train to hasten to the scene of
death and partially awmuge her grief by
discharging the lust sad duties of a lor
Ing wife to her worthy husband.
II KIT OF ALL
To dense the system In a gentle and
truly beneficial maimer, when the spring
time comes, u-u) the true and perfect
remedy, Hyrup of Figs. Buy the genu
ine. Manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co ouly, aud for sale by all
druggists, at f0 cent per bottle.
Our Thornton correspondent, who ha
beeu a veteran lu these part for vears,
has a handwriting that would dohouor
to the hieroglyphic of the Chinese, aud
orraalonalli the lutein
and proof reader make mistake iu their
gueeeings. lie has written to us that
there were several mistakes lu ths letter
from Thornton published last Saturday
afternoon, but as ths corrections called
for are harder to decipher than the orig
inal copy, we politely decline the second
Highest Honors World' Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pur drap Crctia ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS TliE STANDARD.
LOCAL PARAGK AFRS. '
Brief Itotlcct Called In tad Around th
W. K. Hsrpr, of ths Mutual Life Insur
ance company, went to New York Satur
day. The Orchestrion hall was visited by a
large crowd Saturday night and yester
J. A. Harlan, superintendent of rail
way bridges and buildings, came la from
San Marrial last night.
R.W.Grant, the resident engineer of
ttie Hants Fe railway at Las Vegas, regis
tered at the Highland last night.
Mnt-r Lorlon Miller was nine year
old Hatnrday, and celebrated ths occaulon
with some of his bosom companions.
JndgsJ R. McFIs spent the 8ahbath
with his family at Las Crnre. He will
pes op the road for Banta Fe this even
Dr. II. S Rrowns. father ot Mrs. II. J
Rmerson, left on his return to Hi. Johns-
bury, Vermont, last Saturday after
Miss Irene Paint gave a party In honor
ot ner visiting mend, mi (trace Craw
ford, of Grand Rapids, Mich., Haturday
Mrs. Cnrtls O.tndy and children will
remain In the city, although Mr. Gandy,
who Is an artist, returned to Chicago last
Hon. 8. B. Neweomh, a prominent at
Wnr-y of La Cruces, who was at Las Ve
gss on legal matters, returned south last
W. L. Halhswsv, superintendent of
agencies for the Mutual Life Inatirance
company, with headquarters at I hnviti,
Is In the city, stm plug at the Highland.
Mrs. ft. W. Miles, or Mesllla, who ba
been visiting her parents. Governor and
Mrs. K G. Koas, In this city, left Sftnr
day night for Ventnra, Colo., where ehe
wiil spend the summer.
The annual meeting of the Preebvter
of ths Rio Grands will bs held In the
Presbyterian church to-morrow at 9 a. m.
In the evening Rev. B. C. Meeker will
preach. A hearty Invitation le given all
to he present.
At Pajarlln yesterday Mr. Trinidad
Pace died from heart disease. Hhe was
about 50 year old, and leaves a son and
laughter to mourn ber sudden death.
Mrs. Kara was a sister of Capt. 8. Baca, of
John Becker, of Relen, was In th city
Pstnrdsy and made arrangements with
Architect 11. D. Johnson for Plans and
specification for a large brick store
building, which he proposee to erect at
Helen lb la season.
4. M. McTavlsh. ot the Becker-Black-
well company' store at Msgdaleua and
th new postmaster at the same place,
was In the elty Saturday evening and
visited for a few boor with friend. He
went south again Sunday morning.
B. Huppe, the preeldent of the board ot
pharmacy, went to Bilver City Sunday
morning to attend the meeting of that
Isstrd on Tuesday. He was accompanied
by Mrs. Huppe as far as Hocorro, where
sh will visit with her mother, Mrs.
Professor W. H. fleamon. the president
of th School of Mines at Hocorro and
grand Masonic lecturer for New Mexico,
waa in tne city Haturday night aud con
ferred the third degree lu Masonry on
three candidate. He returned to Hocorro
Conrad Btumpf, a well known real es
tate owner of this cltv. In a letter lo Thi
Citi.xn, states that he and family have
removed ironi Hiaie, car. lo w inslow,
where they will reside lu the future.
Conrad I a staunch friend of this paper,
ar.d ba been and will continue to be a
subscriber to "HI Citizkn for year.
A. J. Guevara, who taught one of the
pnhllc schools at Cbtllli, ha removed
with bis family to old Albuquerque,
where they will reside In the future.
Mr. Guevara called at thl odlce thl
morning and made a complaint against
the Cblllll postmaster, by stating that he
(Guevara) was unable half ot the time to
get his mall, especially papers, that he
mew naa been addressed to him.
Ladles Silk Walau.
It yon do not see our before yon bny
yon are making a mistake, which yon
will greatly regret, after yon see one of
your neighbors wear a waist from ns.
Maks and workmanship best, quality the
highest, price the lowest. Kosenwald
Governor Otero ha appointed Bamnel
Picard. Albuquerque Bernalillo countv.
and K. 8. W bltehead. Farmlngton. Han
Jnan connty, notaries public in and fur
tneir respective counties.
When (M of Sorts
Ha Takea Hood' taraaparllla and
It Beta Him Right-Whole System
Strengthened by Thl Medicine.
u I waa In such a condition that when
ever I took a llttl eold It would settle oa
my chest nd lungs. I waa troubled in
this way for sevsral years. I tried many
kinds of medicine but did not get any
rsllsf, and sealug Hood's Harsaparllla ad
vertised I thought 1 would try It. I took
about four bottles of this medicine, and I
began to Improve after the first buttle.
Wh I had finished th fourth, I was
entirely relieved. I hav kspt Hood's Bar
aaparllla on hand sloe that Mm a a
family medlcln, and whenever I feel ont
of sort I resort to It and In a short tlm It
eU m rlht." W. R. Wnnna K.D1 a wk
Temple, Halt Lake City, Utah.
ci. a. ii you decide lo take Hood's Bar
aaparilla, do nut be induced to buv an
subatitut. U aur to get only
The On True Blood Purifier. Alldrugglata. 1
III for aa. C. I. Hood a Co., Lowell, llui.
HrwVa Dilla nut oanee pain or grip
I1UUUS I IMS Alldruitglau. IBecnu.
OF THK UNITED STATES.
JANUARY 1, 180H,
Reserve on all
cie (.4 per cent ' 5186,333,133
all other Ua
bilitie. Undivided Sur
plus, 4 per cent
New Assurance Writ
Amount Declined $24,491,973
HENRY B, HYDE, Prraldmt.
. V. ALEXANDER, Vic President.
VALTFR N. ! ARKHURST.
General Manager New Moicoand ArUon
DrparuiMot, Attxtquarqu, N. M,
fteetnreri la Hea'.h If Or. Mil' rr4or
MR. MTIIR A Y, enulneer for Reet
Itonntren ilnrrnntlle Co., spring
field. Mo., wrltoi "I ufrered from
dyapepala, waa unnbl lo eat anything with
out c-Tere dlatroaa. Treated by aereraj
phyab-lana without benefit, I became almnet
a phyalral wreclr and onabhj lo attend to
my wora. 1 took Dr. Mllo' Heatoratlee
Nervine and In al weeks 1 was well. My
wife had a sever a
tnck nf La Grippe
which broiltth o
troubles peculiar to
hrreex. Ths Hfrator
iiIIto Nerrln I the
I. 1. I - 1. - .
t0 r7llt.a- v-l
j Petorea ,9
Ik ;ie ynu will aa tbl
In a way to h"lp ftnora aa r have been."
lir. Mih'4' Iiemr.lli art told by all drug
irlata nnuir a po-itlre Ri'iirutitee, Drat bolt Is
nrnrflts or money refunded. ltook oa
Henri and Nnrvcanent freetoall applicant,
im MII.KH MF f'l'WM ()., Kill hart, Ind
A. E. WALKER,
Secretrj Matntl Building luoclitlon.
nnlea at J. fl, RaMHrtre'e I.aaaaar Varrt,
DESCENT COAL YARD,
GALLUP COAL Beit Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Office.
A, J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 164
Old Telephone No Win,
Leave ordersTrlmble's stables
A or People That Aren I f
Blok or " Just Dontl
ONLV ONf ft a rtnae
mem Pimple, curas Haaaacha, Oracepala as)
CaatlMneaa. 2cl bni at .In. ,!.,. or l.r aiJ
Haaielea raa. audrea Sr. keaanaa Ca. fall, l.
To the Young Face
Ponom's Ooatvumoa PownaaiHva fraaber
charmat lo th old, renewed youth. Try U.
NOTICK fir AMMhOH
The assessor of Bernalillo eonntv will
be at the plaees mentioned below oo the
dates therein stated, tor the purpoa of
recemiis the proiieriv returns of ail ner-
ons subject to th same lo said pre
cinct. All person are required to com
to said places mentioned to make the
salt! return, otherwise they will have to
come to the county seat:
Precinct 94. Wallace Honae nl I
Garcia, March 91.
Precinct 17, 1'ena Blanca-Houaeof Antonio
Ortn. March 'J.
precinct H7, bland - A. L. Finch's store,
!.,-1 ... . -i n r ... ti u ii wr
claco I riijiUn. March !I4.
Precinct 10. Chllill - Houae of Filomeno
Mira. March ill.
Precinct si, Chillll Houae of Milton Dow,
Precinct S7, lialluu-Olllce of L. L. Henry,
Precinct 80, Uallup-Olllce of L. L. Henry,
Mirt h an.
Precinct in. Old Albuquerque Court house,
Precinct 19, Alhuqueniue N. T. Armlio
bulldllis. March 'JH, uwt uo,
I'recnict mi. Albuqueniue N. T. Armijo
buildm. March Ml, April 1 and II.
J. K. Ahmijo, Assesaor.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
This Is rorset week at The Big Store,
numbing and gas fitting-. Whitney Ca
Qneeusware, glassware and tinware at
Mnttrexaes of all kinds made to order
at r ulrelle a.
Novelties In our queensware depart
New suits of furniture cheaper than
second hand at Kutrell's.
Ulghest prices paid for gent' clothing
a Marts, in uoni avenue.
Insure your lire In the KquitaMe. Wal
ter N. farkhurHt, general manager
Men's bicycle suits, hose, sweater and
shoes at epevlul bargains at llfeld Kro.
Hee the window display of new spring
goods at the dry gissls otore the Koouo-
If vou want anything lo the binding
or joo printing une, call at inn uithkn
Palmetto fiber cotton top mattresses
are tne oest; mane ana sola by nr. v.
Buy your camp stove and have yonr
tin work done at the Star tlnshop, 2utf
Look Into Klelnwort' market on north
Third Btreet. lie ha the nicest fresh
meat tn the cltv.
Hot rhlle con earn served every night
at the I'aradlse. Ikt not mis It. Bache
chi it Oloiul, propriutors.
Leave orders at the "Iceberg" for
Pahel' export and 'blue rllioon" beer
In quarts and pints. Charles M. Oeach,
The best place for good, juicy (teaks
and roast aud all kinds of meats, kept
In a first class market, at Klelnwort a,
north Third street.
We're always alad to have unbelievers
come iu. Its a pleasure tn undeceive
them to open their eyes with fact. Si
mon Htern, the Kullroad aveuue clothier.
Don't forget the "Ureen Front Hho
Store," No. 113 Hal I road avenue. W in.
Chaplin; cheapeet aud best place to get
shiaM. aud repairing done on the short
Just received a large assignment of
Que California (irape brandy, spriug led,
which we will sell lo saloon keeper at
r'i.l) per gallon. Original package. O.
Bachechl it, ii. tilonii.
We guarantee profit and pleasure to
every customer. Profit, because our
price will prove a poeiuve saving to the
buyer. Pleasure, because our goods rau
not fail to please lu quality aud style.
At The Kcomuulst.
We would have no trouble with Spain
If she only realized the immense strength
and reeourccsof our natlou. If you un
derstood our ability to provide tor the
wishes of our patrons you would not go
elsewhere, lluhn A Co., N. T. Armijo
ICtlucale Your llowfle Willi I aarareta.
t'ulM'y ( itl'iirlle. cm.' ciA.sl Ipnt (, rnrever.
10c. 'Wi If O C C full, driik-tflMK ri-fuud otour
Are Ian la It?
Have you a new jeweled bell? If not,
why not y Perhaps yon have not yet
teen auy. Do so at nnee.
KOoKh iLD Brothku.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen mile, east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All tlie Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The following is the
analysis of ore of the various springs at the Resort:
Podium chloride, grains per gallon ,, .1917
Cakium sulphate, gra:ns per gallon. ....... , 1.4460
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate-, grains per gallon 1.5188
To'al ..11. 3371
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
W. V. FUTKELLE,
Cor. First tad Gold, J' l Albnqaerqne, New Mexico.
ZM!&i'M BltoJi, Plutn,
Always la Btnek
First St. and Lead
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer 1
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata a Ipwoiaity.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. ' ' i MRUOHFROHF. N. M
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Th newest and best food from th
leading potteries oi th world, in whole)
or retail. Choice table ware, elegant toilet
eta, beautiful vuet) a lull line of glassware,
bar good, lamp chimneys and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and dolls.
118 SOUTH FIRST STREET
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid (or all kinds of household goods. Get
others' bit's and we will see them 10 per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments. . ,
TATo. 1 1 X lVortla First
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. . .. .
Steam Sausage Factory.
TUI HP ST It EE 1,
EMIL KLELNWORT, Prop
JACOB K0KBEK& CO
Manoractorar of and Dealer
Th Beat Kaatarn-Mad Vehicle.
Pine Boi-se-Shoelot a Specialty.
Baits faction OoarantMd In ail Work
R pairing, Painting anj Trimming
Iton on ohort Notlo. I I I I I I i
Sbop, Corner Coppar it. mi First St.,
AuoaimoiiB. H . V
Hava emir rmf naintari arith adnhult
laatlo roof paint aud your lxaky rout re
palr4 with aaUwUat eement. A. W.
Hajdea ha It.
Whofocilw and HraH fowler
Sold Cheap fra- Cash or on
tlie Inatnllnient 1'lao. Alao
rented at reaaonaLle rate.
larrlM th IraMt aart
Moat Kiteoale kuyck af
-.staple : groceries:-
Ta a foaad aoaihwasV
A complete Stock of tho
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Lace Shoes of All
- N. M.
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, IlHrnw., Sailille, SadillHry,
Haildlerr llardwara, Cut flolea, Hho
Naila, lianiex. CUaiit. Wbla, Collar,
Hweat I'aila, Castor (111. Axle Grae,
H.aiUin Coach Oil, In to Negro, Kmlilr
HarvoHter Oil,Neutnfoot(til, Lard Oil,
llaruea Oil, LIuwmhI Oil, Caal iie Hoap,
llarutwD ttoap. Carriage Hpougtm,
t IihuioIh Skin, rJorne Metllcluti.
Prloo tlx Xjc3va7Bt .
liiglieHt alarket Price Paid for Hide
Thos. F. Kelehor,
404 Railroad Avw Albuqucrqu.
City : Drug : Store
Third 8t. and RaUroad At.
Dregs, ledlclnss, Flints, Oils, Etc.!
WUOLKSALK AND UKTAIL
W. Y. WALTON, Proprietor
Sireeaaot to Hlllsbarr A Walton.
BALLINO BROH., Paor.iaroa.
WtMllinif CakeT a Specialty !
W Dealr Patronag-a, and w
OoaraDta rirst-Claa Baking.
rlCrapbordr solicited and rromptlr r 1114