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Both tho method and rwralu when
Byrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleaaant
refreshing to the taste, and acta
gwitljr yet promptly on the K itinera,
Nircr and Dowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fovers and enres babitnal
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, ttrotnpt in
its action and truly beneficial in iu
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, iu
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for. sale in 60
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any roliablo dmggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
en re it promptly for any one who
wishes to try iL Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO.
$40 FKAKiaOO. 0L
uumiuA. it. at totx, ar.
r&K daily crr.Ah
THE REWARD fA10.
WelU-Farfo ttyt Its Reward For Black
Notwithstanding the report that Black
Jack U still alive It appears from the fol
lowing In the SoloninsTtlls Bulletin that
he has baen proven dead to the satisfac
tion of Wella-Kargo A Co. The Bulletin
The Wells-Fargo Ki pries company has
Said the reward It offered lor Black
ark's ecalp. The money, amoonltug
to tlirt-e hundred dollars, was paid laai
week to those men who were In the poeee
last May when Black Jack was killed
near liarper's saw mill, eighteen miles
from Clifton. The mouej was divided
equal It between the nve men, Deputy
hheritf Ben Clark. Billy Hart and tha.
Paiton, of Clifton, Deputy Bherlfl W. T.
Johnsou of Moreuct and Kred IligRios of
Socorro, New Mexico, who was a deputy
tutted Htatea marshal at the time. Kacb
one received slaty dollars, not a very
large sunt for risking one's life In facing
the desperado. Dietrlct Attorney Jones
represented ths claimant In the eoliee
tlon of the reward and he bad many ob
stacles to overcome In securing Its pay
ment. THAT STOCK TRAIN WRECK.
Two Trainmen Hadly Jnjorad and a Kaaa
baraf Cattle Klllad.
Thb Citizkn attempted last Satur
day afternoon to secure some facts
In regard to the costly stock
train wreck on ths Santa Ke, near
San Antonio, In order to confirm or
deny ths startling rumors here that sev
eral trainmen had been killed, but failed,
as our local .railroad officials were nnabls
to give out for publication correct infor
mation. The wreck occurred Friday night last,
and, from all accounts, It seems that ths
wreckers had laid their plans to catch ths
aoulh-oouud passenger train, which
ahould have reached ths bridge selected
between 4 and 5 o'clock Saturday morn
ing. The stock train, however, came
along on through time, aud thus saved
the paseeuger lialu.
The San ilarclal Bee of last Saturday
hxtra stock train No. 480 left San Mar
cial lattl evening iu charge of Conductor
Kred (inUilh, with Hrakeuien Joliu W.
Miller and John Mot'lure. The engine
was manned by Kugiueer K. Couiaiovk
and rnrmuau Juium K. Clark.
Aooui nve uiliee eael of ban Antouio,
at bridge Ml. wliile the traiu was going
at an avemge rate of epeed, the engine
teiiiiel uuil 1X cars left the track, lenull
lug iu injuries to Kireiuau Clark and
Head Brakeuian MtsDIure that at llila
wruing aie counidered very aorloua, aud
tie k.iliug aud wounding of a large
number oi cattle,
Ibe injured men were brought to San
Marciul, and the company's surgeon, Dr.
Ale.. CruickMliunk, was In wailing to
render prompt medical asHlMtance.
Clark's right arm is badly scalded, tilers
Is a large opening In the back of his
bead, his back is injured aud be Is other
wiee brulmd, but no bones are broken.
His comlillou Is counidered very critical.
McClure's Injuries are of au luterual
character. Their extent is uot fully
known, but they are thought to be very
A wrecking train left San Marciul be
fore miduighl fur the sceus of the wreck,
and Tram mauler Ayer was shortly on
the ground, being a passenger on ho. HI,
now tied up at the wreck.
JuhI what occasioned ths wrecking of
the train is not fully known at present,
but one of the trainmen Is credited
with saying that a tie had been placed
arrowi the rails eonis Utile distance
from the bridge; It was carried forward
by the engine aud wheu the bridge
was reached It amumcd au nprlght po-d-tion
between the bridge timbers. The
engine was completely stripped and three
cars of stock were piled upon it. The un
injured curs were returned to ban Anton
io. I'utll the arrival of 21, some time this
forenoon, the full particulars will uot be
known. However, the Information at
baud is suttlcieut to establish a large lues
to the company aud the probable death
of one, it uot two, of Its employes.
While Joseph Glover and Capl. C. U.
Tyler were discussing politics at Baclie
chl & Co 's place Saturday night, A. C.
Kmery joined In the discussion. Emery
has been non persona grata in the esti
mation of Glover for sums time, ao ths
two were soon engaged In a controversy
of words which terminated lu blows.
Kmery pulled his billy, which he carries
as deputy sheriff aud merchant's police,
and battered Ci lover over the head and
face until he knocked him down. Kmery
will have his bearing at 7 o'clock to
night. Ta Cur Cuusiiatioii t-'or.Tr.
TnkoCiiiiai.-u I'.viv t' uv-.r.ic lciirSSa.
It il. i il lull lui-ure. iiruo.u r funJ luuuuy
Don't forgot ths "lireen Front Bhos
Store," No. 113 Kail mad aveuue, William
Chaplin; cheapest and best place to get
alio aud repairing duns on ths shortest
Our prices again touch that responsive,
economical chord lu every buyer when
such a tiuy tax Is put on sterling values.
Simon Steru, the Hallroad avenue
Regular meeting of Triple Link Re
bekah Lodge No. 10. I. 0. O. F. Tuesday
evening at Old Fellows ball. Ytallluf
members cordially Invited.
Did yon see those new style suits for
litUs boys at llfeld's. Tbsy are beauties.
From Mineral Wealth.
Ths Magatrea are gathering their cat
tle for sals.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tair have arriv
ed from White Hills, aud will reside In
Kingman In the future. Nutban la
night operator at ths dpoU
John U Drake, a lineal descendant of
Sir Frauds Drake, ths famous naviga
tor, Is in the city. Introducing to fami
lies a brand of high grade tea and bak
W iilitm Cary Is woralng five men on
his lime rock quarry, an I bope iu the
nesr future to supply California wub
lime. Llins from bis quarry is the
bigbest per cent of auy ou tue toast.
Prom tha Oem.
Dr. W 8. Hoblason reports the arrival
of a girl baby at the boms of air. aud
Mrs. William H Campbell.
Georgs Babbitt, who has been In Cin
cinnati, IHiio, tor ilia past three mouths.
viiiiing relatives aud friends, earns lu
the other day. He repot la times quiet at
his old borne in lbs east.
George W. Wood baa been eiuuloyed bv
J. v. luurour as geuerai uiauagtt of bis
uraim cauyou stags Hue.
Compauy 1 indulged In all kind of ex
ercise the other day. That Is to say tns
oc uipauy matched lour miles east of town,
camped, cooked dluuer, sat, drilled and
practiced akiruilau rJgUllug. Tbe boys
enjoyed ibe trip, but sorenees from
.i.ariUIng mill olings to tbein. They are
very auxious to n peat the marching act.
From the Arcur
Mrs. Toung has been quite sick, but is
Sergt. Conly was In from Fort Apache
after tweuty one head of horses shipped
in by the government.
Miss Lillian Gardner has become a
book agent. She Is canvassing for an
Operator Walsh has purchased the
Boyle restaurant from H. 6. Htevens, aud
ou April let, will open tlrst-claes
kitchen and restaurant, which will be
conducted by Mrs. Walsh.
J.K.Jones was here from Flagstaff
attending the preliminary hearing of
George Whits. Whits was bound over In
ICOO to await the action of the grand
Jury, and being unable to give bail he
was remanded to Jail.
Miss Msggie Jervls, who has been sick
for sme time past, will leave for Kings
ley, Kan, lu a few days. She will visit
with Mrs. J. T. Jones, aud we sincerely
heps that the Changs of climate will
speedily restore her to ber nsual health.
George M. Adams was down from Show
Low. Hs cams down with a couple of
young men charged with selling whlskev
to the Indian, but they were discharged
as no evidence could be obtained to prove
From the Herald.
Jake Armljo started for Pueblo. Colo
rado tor a visit to bis uncle, Hon. J. L.
Miss Pilwllla and Annie Frleby, of
Snowflaks, daughters of Joseph H. Frisby,
recorder of Navajo county, are visiting
Miss Louie Freeman, of this place.
Married, at the residence of the pa
rents of ths groom. In St. Johns, on W ed
needay. March 23, 1SU8. at 130 p. m., by
Klder K. N. Freeman, Mr. Norman Fres
man and Mies Naomi Gibbous, both of
A bearing on ths return of a writ of
habeas corpus was heard before Commis
sioner llogue. Tbe application was mads
by Charles Carter, who bad been bound
over to await the action of the next
grand Jury on a charge of grand larceny,
bail being tlxed at fl.OUO. After the
hearing, the comuilhuiouer reduced the
bail to 1360.
From ths Newt.
Mrs. Agues Carroll, lately of Williams,
was man led at Albuquerque recently to
W. A. Walsh, also a former resldeut of
W. H. Smoot, Sr., and son W llllam,
left by team to develop souis gold mining
prospects ttiey have about tweuty live
miles went of Congress.
Mrs. George G. W barton and daughter,
Miee Lulu V barton, are expected to r
rive from Los Augeies early this week.
Tbey will pans the summer lu Williams.
Frank Knsera anil W V llnnta, h...
some promising prospects at ths rim of
the Cataract ('nvnn Tin, huv. Ib.Ih
claims In what Is kuown as the Vampire
Hiiffh fnnlnn haa rufnrna1 in Ttlut.m
from Phoeuix, where be purchased a
uuwueroi uue nurses lor ills livery sta-
IllM hllMlflMUH Tli hikroua will KA
........ . Hv . -n nil, u, UlUUgMfc
oterlnnd by Hnrj Pjtt. Thejr are tmid
to be OrHt clftniiauiLUHlH.
ChIV P. Hmlth find luntinriAil Inin lh
r- ----.- an iu)init,uni til
theatrical business. Miss Mta MHtisneld,
late of the Chicago opera bouse, Chicago,
made her debut on the Fasblou stage
Tuesday night. She Is a vocalist of tal
ent and renown.
Ths Grand Canton Ifininu n.t lio.-i
opuieut company Is preparing to extract
the Bold from a mifnliAr it in
Colorado river, lu Mojavs county. Prof.
i,iiruiriK, me origiuai uiacoverer o ine
fact that tha hara ft.ifitj.iiitt.1 n.o.t l.u-
charge of tbe work. Heveral other'rom-
imuics bib aim epariug to develop ineee
peculiar gold deposits, which exteud al-
IllOSt llO llll I MS alliniv thu rlvur b u...
The man frlamla nf R P n.n., .v.n
has faithfully nMrviut tha tiniram..,...i
j .mv fw.viuiuniiiuui'
lug the past three years as agent for the
Supal Iudlans in Cataract canyon, ars ex-
tendllltf tha fflarl haiul it miiiM.inl.ilnn
over his promotion to ths otlioe of super-
iintiimniii in iiiiiiuu ecuoois tor trie nun
dlelriut of the United States ludian
scIkmiIs. His dietrlct will comprise Ne
braska. Colorado, I tan, Kansas, New Mex-
I .... i,i, i.. I .a.
itAJ, jaiauouia auu texaa.
Died. In Prescott March 23. IH'.iH. M. P.
Collins, aged 57 years. Us was a scout
under the late Gen. Crook.
The 14-year-old daughter of L. A. Da
vies, ths Hun Dance miuinir man. ia re
ported to have died In Chlcairo a few
Kx-Mavor Kellv has resided In Preacott
sines Jauuary, IMS, and last Friday was
ths first tlms be fouud It necessary to
call In a doctor.
Twelve W hippie soldiers have annlted
to be transferred to the artillery branch
ef the service. They evidently want to
gel wtiere triers is a chance to smell now-
der in case of war with Spain.
Articles of Incorporation of ths Astoria
Gold Mining company were Hied In ths
otlioe of ths territorial secretary. The
Incorporators are Johu T. Grayson, Alex
ander Davldsou and Crawford, all of New
lork. ins object of the Incorporation is
to acquire mining property In Alaska
and elsewhere. Prescott Is named as the
principal place of business. Ths capital
stock Is $U MJ.IKO.
Professor Herman, ths dancing In.
structor, received ths lutelllgencs that
he had been elected as teacher of physi
cal culture lu the high school of Law
rence. Kansas. He will leave for that
place In a few days.
Tarrltkrlal Htwratarv Afcarii waa noti
fied by the postoiHce department of the
establishment of tbe following postouicee:
tireer, Apache county, Mrs. Uauna M.
Wlltbank, pontmistrsss; Flnedale, Nav
aj.j county, Mrs. Anna Dallon, postails
trees; ruuer, Vavapal county, Oscar
A coiiiplaiiit of Inutility u made
in pr ibate ciurt ajam-i Nirs. neiitsun
by tier liuabaud, ti .i. nelioorn. a faim
er living near Ulemlaie. Mrs. n elihoru's
Ins iimy does not manifest Itself In any
particular hallucination, it Is some
times ons thing and sometimes another.
A guard baa been kept over her tor some
time, hut her friends liars lately con
cluded that there Is uo hope ot recovery
There was a meeting of Iudlanlans at
the county court house and the Hooeier
sittlely was duly organilsd. lbs follow
ing ouVers were elected. Judge Crousw,
president; Mrs. W.8. Upton, vice presi
dent; W. H. Tipton, secretary, aud U. U.
si. Claire, treaaurer.
A. Kadewill, who recently returned
from Wilcox, says that Is tns liveliest
town In the Culled btatea. He ears rat
tle men have rleaued up Imoo.oihj tins
year anil llicy all want to buy pianos and
tney non t want cheap one either. Mr
Kadewill reports a good business from
ARIZONA AT LAkU.
Superintendent of Public of Instrne
tlon nood Is daily receiving letters fioin
aoitious young men aud woineu from all
parts of the country, says ths Tucson
htar. asking about the poeeible chances of
their securing p.wlllou as school teach
ers In the city or county.
Fred G. Hughes, ot l ucson, Indicted for
appropriating the money of the Pioneer
Historical eoclety, withdrew his plea ol
not guilty and pleaded Kiilltv to the
charge. It la expected that he will also
plead guilty to the other charges pre
(err against him.
Kiigeue J. Trlppel, register of the land
of!) e at Tucson, was a visit ir to Phoenix.
Mr Trlppel owns one ot the largest aud
finest HluiGUd orchards In ths valley at
Mesa eity and this year experts to realize
a neat sum from the orchard.
Commencing April 1st the rats of box
rents will be reduced In the Tombstone
poetolllrs ss follows: Call boxes, 36
cents; lock boxes, from 75 cents to 1 AU
and drawers, small, $1.50, and large, t2.
Tha DlMovorjr or tha ltj.
Aug. J. Bogel, ths leading dmggist of
Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New
Discovery Is the only thing that cures
my cough, and It la the beet seller 1
hjve." J. F. Camnbell. merchaut. of
Harford. Aria., wriuw: "Dr. King's New
Discovery Is all that Is claimed for It; It
never tails, and Is sure curs for con
sumption, coughs aud colds. I cannot
say enough for Its merits." Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, eonirhs
and colds Is not an experiment. It Tibs
been tried for a quarter of a centurv.
and to day stands at ths head. It never
disappoints. Free trial bottles at J. U.
0'Klelly X Cc's drug store.
WARN WEATHER AT ESPANOLA.
A Big Crop Promised Unless Late Frosts
A special from KsDanola. N. M . to the
Denver Republican says:
we only got ths switch end of the late
northern blizzard here aud no snow, Ths
weather Is warm again and gras Is
starting nicely. Ths fruit buds have
come through ths winter uninjured, and
earring late rroet there will be sn abnu
dant crop ot all kluds In the Kspanola
Cllut Biggs, of the firm of Biggs ft
Baker, ot Canon City, and C. L. Pollard,
until recently the Deliver A ltlo Grande
agent at Chama, have ths frame Wurk of
a uew store up at hspanola. and expect
to open shortlv with a big stork ot giaxla.
Kx Gov. L. H. Prince has ntirrhased the
old roundhouse here and will remove It
to his fruit ranch, two miles north, tor a
Ilncaiau'e Arnlr Salva.
The best salve In ths world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all kiu eruptions, and poel
tlvely cures plies, or uo pay. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
monev rertiuded. I'rlce, 23 eents per box.
For sale bv all druggists. J. O. O'Blellv
FEW MINING DEAL.
One-Half Interest tn tbe Gleatoa Claim
at Golden Sold.
Mr. Weatherford. of Cleveland. 0.. has
fitin hased a one halt Interest lu ths
ileasou claim at Golden for .'). Dave
.Mrl'hearson aud George Alsisnd-r were
the former owuvrs and the disisisal of
i one half of their Interest calls fur the
erecilon of a reduction plant at Perry's
Well Ths sale was coli-utuinated at
Santa Fe the other day. Mr. Weather
ford will assume persiriul charge of the
work, and pu-h bulb mining and milling
operations with vigor. The dless ii has
a two and mm half foot vein of wirphyr
ytlc quarts whir i glvoa values ranging
from i-l to I'iO per ton.
A niaii elands no chance of being
elected to the mayorship of a city unless
he enjn)s the Col.tl lence and esteem of
his iieightMirs. Georgt W. Humphreys is
the popular mayor ot riwantou, Ohio,
and under date of January 17, 1'.', he
writes as follows: " Iiiih is to ceitify to
ourapprecintlon of Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy, My family and neighbors have
teeled it, and we know it Is an excellent
remedy for coughs and olds. George
W. Hiimi hrey." Hold by all druggists.
J. J. Lceson, who will have charge ot
New Mexico's exhibit at the Umaha ex
btldtion, rains up from Silver City But
unlay night. Mr. Leesou Is at present
bending a'l his energies to collecting a
mineral exhibit from this territory which
shsll surpass everything else of the kind
at the exposition and be given the medul
which Is offered for the best display of
minerals, lis has already visited Hants
Klla, Cook's Peak, Central. Piuos Altos,
iladlt-y and other camp for thN purpose
and left this morning for HHUhorro,
after which be will visit ths Cochlll die
t not. Mr. Lesson reports everything
progressing nicely In the line of other
displays as well as that of mineral.
Col. A. K. Burk loll, the treasurer of the
Chicago Mluing Machine company, aud
A. G. Spuldlng, the noted base ball en
thusiast of Chicago, passed through the
city Saturday night on their way to Ari
x iiia, where they are Interested lu some
gold placer mines. Mr. Burkdoll has
been at Hillslsiroon biisluesa, while Mr.
Spalding lias been spending a few dava
at the Hudsou Hot Springs, uear which
place be owns a cauaigre farm of fyjO
The Denver University Glee club will
give au entertainment at ths opera
house In this city next Saturday night.
This Is said to be one of ths best college
glee ciulst in ths l ulled States, and the
people ot tills city can depend upon get
ting a rare treat.
George Norton, formerly editor and
proprietor of the Silver City Independent,
passed through the city Saturday night
ou his way to Kansas City aud Chicago,
Mr. Norton expects to return and go Into
business In San Francisco, Cala.
J. B. Cecil, of Cleveland, Ohio, who
has spent the past winter In Albuquer
que, went to Gallup Saturday night,
where he has secured a poeition at the
round bouse with Superintendent Hur
ley. An original psnslon, at the rate of 4
per mouth, to date from February 1, l&Jl,
lias been granted to W m. Mcliulnuess, of
Old Albuquerque; Joele A. Gomez, also of
Old Albuquerque, d per mouth.
Mrs. F. H. Fowler, of Helena, Mont.,
who has been visiting with her twiu sis
ter, Mrs. Calvin Whiting, In this city for
a few months, returned to ber home last
A. N Kearue, the night agent at the
ticket otlice, Is a victim of vaccluatiou
aud unable to atteud to bis duties.
BB WANTED ROLL TOP btSIS.
DsvidCoiilm Setger Prsvealed From In
dulging His !! for Faraliur.
David Collins Seager, of Boston, Mass.,
aud later of Bland, At Mexico, is either
a modern Munchausen or a man very
aiucn down on his lurk, lis Is lu jail
charged With obtaining goods under false
pretenses. V heu arrtstvd be had but hi
Last lueeday Detective Knirlch was
called to investigate a customer of the
taaey Furniture company, ceager was
the customer, ailhougu he was tor j trav
eling under the name of Porter, lie hud
ordered ten roller lop desk, aud oilier
furultnre for a suite ot ouiiies In the
Buetou building, wnich he bad leased and
would occupy .a ay 1 next, as secretary ol
the Hlanit M.uuig Company. rVagsr at
that refused to give a satisfactory ac
count ot himself and was taken to the
ponce headquarters. As no detinue crime
could be charged against huu be was uot
esterdsy ths police were Informed
that a young luan of clerical appearance
was giving ord'TS tor eoiisideiable fur
niture and otiloe supplies around the
city. The American furniture company
had sent bliu four roller top desks, mree
tables, a lounge, 30 chairs, aud other ut
iles requisite A local stationer had fur
nished marly $. worth of stationery for
the Bisud Mining company, with ac
count bis ks, ink and other necessary
thing. A uew Burlington typewriter
was also pait of ths furnishings. All
the furniture was iu place lu rooms tMJ-
4 A, Boston building, where tteager Wss
Seager denies any Intention to de
fraud. "I belong to oiieot the beet lam!
lies In Boston," said hs last Light. "I
have two wealthy unrles named Porter
living at Hrluhton, a suburb of Huston. I
graduated lu the Harvard class of 'HI,
tin! served part of my legal apprentice
ship with Howe A lliiuimel, the New
Vork firm of criminal lawyers. While
In New York I was associated with Je
rome B. n heeler In mining d-als and
ftelped hlin to stork ths Little Nelilo
and Dollls Varden. of Aspen, for l.uo .
i). I represent t75.ovo capital in the
Cochltt district ot New Mexico. The
Posey, named after 11. P. Posey, a well
known mining man. Is the chief shipper,
and within a week a gold brlrk worth
fi.UXl has been shlppsd from It. 1 ad
uiit appearances are against me, bnt the
fact Is 1 Inst SIH..UW lu live weeks' gain
bling In New Mexico. I am not too
proud to work, and when I needed monev
1 was not ashamed to sing In ths 'cellars'
at (Seventeenth and Curtis streetlfor a dol
lar a night. I have been tn the theatri
cal business before. If my remittances
from IVwton. which I am exDecling.
.1 tA ..11 t 1..... 1 -. . i - 7
siiuuui inn i iiavv urtiu promise!! m posi
tion at the urpneura as a female Hnper
sotiator next week."
A dispatch from Boston, received last
night, staled that the only Porter of any
financial consequence In Brighton was
Mrs. Jennie L. Porter. Hie is uot known
to have any relations named Seager. She
and her family are not In Brighton now.
The above Is clipped from the Denver
Republican of March 25, and refers evi
dently to J. Chandler Braman, alias
Ralph Chandler, alias Sidney Pys, the
sweet tenor warbler, the erstwhile owner.
manager and advance agent of Pye's
Night Owls" company. W hen the city
papers here exposed bis rascality and
dishonest acts, strewn all along the Hues
from his New York home to Los Angeles,
thence to Plioenlx, and from the latter
city to Albuquerque, ths elerlcal looking
man left here, and Just before leavlug
the coutlaes of the city, fold a friend
that he would be beard from In Denver.
"David Collins Seager" Is, without doubt.
the same J. Braman Chaudler with half
a di znu aliased.
Uolit ttffsf Sllnlag Company.
0. K. Blackburn. J. P. -UI ;.. Jusenh
F. Holllrke, J. N. Powell, John Flannery,
residents ot the state of Kansas, have or
ganized ths (iold Heet Mining company.
aun uien articles or incorporation lu Her
reiary Wallace's olllce. The objects of
Incorporation are: Buying and selling
mining property, mining stocks, real es
late, oies and refining same, concen
trates, water and water rights, dams and
damattes, mills, smelters, mill sites, tun
nel sites, placer grounds, aud finally do
and carry on all operations appertaining
lo general mining aud smelting busi
ness, Including railroads, but uot com
mon carriers, electric mads, steam roads,
horse and all other mislea of conveyance,
Including canals, for ths use and beuetlt
ot the company; to build aud manage
stores, hotels, town sites and mercantile
business generally. In the territory of
New Mexico Capital sbs-k, f iO.uoo.OnO;
principal place of business lH?ated at
Lordsburg, Grant county, New Mexico.
IHni'l Tuluu-ro H.il asd aaiiitt Yuar I IT. Assy.
To quit W'Iuto euMily ami Inrever. Ie niuv
nellc. lull or l.le. nerve and vik-or, take Nu Tu
Ilac. the wun.h r w.irki r. Unit timUi's weak uii n
ktrong. All druyififcU, btv or St, Curenuariiu
terd H'X'Ulei and annipla Ira. Addrrsa
Bterllng Itumeily Co , Chicago or Near Yoik
tlnns to His Maarh.
Hon. Victor Hals, chairman of the board
ot county commissioner ot Valencia
county, was lu the city one day last
week, and wiia a welcome isiior at this
olllce. HewHsou his way to Mugdaleiia
lo receive 1,mi ewe lain ha lately pur
chased by him Ut add to his large tl.a-k.
lie reKirts that hw cattle aud sheep are
doing well, that the gra-s Is good on his
ranges and that tils stock Is all doing
well, though he has suffered considerably
from cattle thieves. Socorro Chlcftatu.
The cycling season is now opening and
the prevailing question Is, W here can I
get the beat wheel for the money I care
lo in vest V Let us know your price. He
are certain to have a wheel that will lit
It. We have good wheels only, but have
many styles at many prices. IUI111AC0.
The new spring derby made by John B.
Stetson & Co. Is pronounced by all to he
the most stjllsh stiff hat in the market
this season. Hold by K I,.W ashhiirn & Co ,
the largest clothiers aud furnishers In
The dandiest line of parasols you ever
saw will be found at The Big Store.
Picture trainee. Whitney Co.
Use only one heap
ing teaspoonful of
Schilling s Best Bak
ing Powder to a
quart of flour.
You mutt use fu teaspoonfuli of other baking powder.
tli. not a taUiit(U4 k
. .fiiwr 1 1 mi in -ii, i i
u tm ut uisji'iiitiL'H,
CfTPf lKNR trn(lhnfuit rtitoriiilt wHk ihkmiic
1 1, r Mull nfferiTH r Hot i trw1 Uf .f tnr Is bm.UM liryty pT lnt S trrotl1 rtk
( I'l'U'KSItli thHoiilT knifn rrniwly Ut our frltlMtul itu opwrmtiiu. Mliinnl
At.! wr.lt-'O rmrniwfiTo ftjul futn r('irtrr1 If m bfl Oiw j4 0u prilAMUH
au ft baa, tlx tot tvdu, by oajOI tamo lug rum otnvUf ui ytHamulmi
For Sale at Walton's Druur Store.
can be orercome in Almost all caul
by the use of Scott's Emulsion ol
Cc4-Uyer Oil and the HypophK
phitei o! Lime and Soda. While
it Is scientific fact that cod-liver
nil it the tnott digestible oil In ex
it I not only palatable, but it It
already digested and made ready
for Immediate absorption by the
tystem. it ia alto combined with
the hypophosphi tea, which
tuppty a food not only for
the tittuet ot the body, but
for the bo net and nerves,
and will build up the child
when ltt ordinary food
doci not supply proper
S as vtai Sr.oTT'S F.muMoa, tm thai BM
a mnm ntn r on in wmpfwr.
All dnrii toe and ft.aa,
SCOTT A BOWNB, Chmam, hrm Yarib
NOT UK OS AMUUOa.
Tha aiaisiinr nl IWnalllln nnnt oil I
be at ths places mentioned below on the
nates tnerein stated, lor ins purpose of
receiving the property returns of all per-
anna allhiACt tn tha aama In mm i .4 m.
cinct. All persons are required to come
u sain inarm mentloiira to mans ine
ssld return, otherwise they will have to
come to the county seat:
Precinct IS, Old Albuquerque-Court honae
Precinct It, Albnqnernut-N. T. Armljo
bill (lltiff. Marrh US uu SO
Trrclncl ; SS, Albuquerque S. T. Armlio
vuuuiua, aiaivu 1, April i ana .
J. K. Armijo, Assessor.
WANTED, FOR SALB AND KB NT.
Wanted Folding bed; must be In good
order aud cheap. Call 412 Bouth Third
Wanted fllrl to do general housework
ror smau raniuy. inquire of Mrs. W. D
Lee, S16 west Copper avenue.
MADAM NORMANI), CLAinVOYAKT,
Palmist and Magnetic Healer, ran be eon
suited on all affairs of life. Hive love
and Incky charm. Will call at residence;
uo extra cnarge. zw ooam Becona street,
Two Rent Six-room and three-ronm
houses, furnished or unfurnished. W.
Newly furnished rooms: also rooms da-
slralils for oitlres, at Hotel Columbus,
bouiu second street.
Knr Rain A aat nf anllral n. A.
ounce boxing gloves, cheap. Kuqulrs at
To HmII Tarn ttimturn S.mnm ntmmm.
two horsee; three wagons; all kinds of
ooiisenoin giruiH. . v. rutreiie.
For Sale Camping and traveling out
fit. Not a rattle trap, but aBneontlit
It ft a romt lain. Call at ail rrih
milkers; kind and gentle. Address John
K. Jsrvis, poetotlioe box ud., or call at res
idence. No. din! W est Silver avenue.
RUSH OF STOCK.
Sends Several Extra Enrlnti and Crcwt lo
Rev Mexico Division.
Ths stock shipments on ths New Mex
ico division are at present the largest ot
auy Individual class of shipments on the
Santa Ke road, 1 he transfer of stock
from Arlxoua to oilier txiluta lias been
calling for all the engiuea and crews
that the division could furnish. W hile
other divisions on the road have bad from
one to a docen more crews than they
ueeded, this division has been nearly
swamped. In fact. It lias been called
upon to handle so much extra traffic that
six engines from Topt k, six crews from
Argentine and four rrews from Arkansss
City have beeu sent there to help while
the rush lasts. When It is over they will
return to Topeka.
When the New Mexico rush is ovsr It
will be about time for the Increase of
biiinesa on the other divisions, aud the
crews will lie recalled for service ou ths
eastern division. At present Argentine
has about twelve extra crews aud Arkan
sas City has about ten extra crews, so
that the calling out ot ten crews makes
the extra number much smaller.
Notlisi of AMwtiu.nl.
Ths assessor will lie at Culley A
A run jo's olllce In the N. T. Armljo build
ing, March t and 30 tor receiving
property returns from all persons sub
ject to the same In precinct I'J. Hs will
be st the some place March 31, April 1
and 2. to receive the returns from pre
cinct I desire to attest to the merits of
Chaiuberlalu's Cough Kemedy as one of
the most valuable and ttllcieut prepara
tions on the market. It broke an exceed
ingly dangerous cough for me In 24
hours, and In gratitude therefor, I desire
to inform you that 1 will never be with
out it, and you should feel proud of the
high esteem In which your remedies are
held by people lu general. It is the one
remedy among ten thousand. Hucceas to
It O. It. lXiNKY, K lllor Democrat, Al
bion, lud. for sale by all druggists,
Atteud special sale of hosiery, gloves
handkerchiefs aud wrappers at Golden
Utile Dry Goods company.
Idlest novelties In sunjiadour aud side
combs. Hoseuwald iiruthers.
V"t or ui-sa of lltf vu rmu urftrnt, Us ti m trlMnhra
lilt, illll.lka, I'uhmlll tllW a W'k.tHilllllitU illlltwUullM, NlTVUil iHblllf.
I'uni'lt , V'nttititrfM U Hurry. aIiiwuuji iJrrlm, Vrlctirs-i tm4
urw ai i liMtacs fir u r (if II Itfli . rrVVMiU Mirtl
w iih-ii noirri'ti-i infis ui niwrnutcirrfiiB
no. rnancia iirouok,
APPICR AND RKSinKNCE 1M Wal
VS Wold aTtno. llouri t to id a. tn., to
mi r w 9 p. rn.
Special attention fien to general tnrgerr.
Automatic Telrpbnoa l'J.
dim, manor manor.
tJOatrKOPATMIC PHYSICIANS AND
Kuramnt timre ana rraldence ott post,
Offlra. t )ld Tflenhnna fttt. N.r Tlnhr.n,
1H8. lira. Mirlun Hl.bop. SI. It., fiftlca tionra,
to a p. m, rank L. lll.hnp, M ., oee
Bin. rn ivi. m . ana I lo I ana 1 u 1 1. n
JOHN tliWHia M. n
IIHYStCIAN AND HCKOKON-OfTlce and
lH.nli.nr. l.llnrrit. L 1 1 1. . II ,
to and S so to 1 :S0 p. m. Bunclal atlantlon
len to chronic and dlseaae of w.im.n. Old
isierrcm?, i. cant iriie in daytime only.
II. I. JUHNSOt).
AHCIItTKCT-PUne, periaratlnna and e
tlmatea fnmlahiHt r. ir .ii .-; . ,t Knii
In and rrhlienaral work. Ottlcai toe Waal
BAaTSHUAl m AAHISHOAt,
rKICk and Mlrianr. Nn. at wm ttrAA
J ' enri. fdriihi.neNn.tS. (mica boon)
o in a m. i ! ro I II! inn 7 to S p. ra.
U. . asat,nlay, Id. I). J. H. Kaaierday. M. D.
w, w. aura m. ii-
rrnrx Ilril'UH I'mn a . ..a
' 1 :SO Iii :SC and frum 7 to S p. m. l)dice
rf-.uirnrr. aau r rl uulU avaoua, Albo
querqua, N. M.
. 4. alu an, i, it, a..
rRNTIST--.irnce, rooma and d.Whlttne
" block, rnrnsr Hold STenna and Second
iwn. venire onrir., a. m. to la:lSp. m
and lilB to t:S0 p. m.
MKRNAHU B. HIIIIIT.
ATTOKNKY.AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N
M. Promnl attelilltm alv.n tn all hu.lnM
... ........ .H i""m ui r.m-a IU
II courts of the territory aud befoia tb L olled
WILLIAM . I a n.
A TTnBNIV.1T I AW iin a
J N. T Arml'o hull ling. WlU practlca In
aii iur ruHiu ia me leriituiy.
A TTOKNKYS.AT LAW. Albaniierriue. N
. V. tiiu , roointt aud S, eirat ational
U aa i . ,i u ar . .
A TTOKNKT-AT-LAW. Albuquerque, N
- - uvr. rim tiniiimai iNiiia uunuina
rSAHS W. t I.ANt'Y,
A TJUKNKY AT I.AW, iimi and f, N
A. T. Armi)u building. Alhunuerqua, N. M.
K. W. IM'.HHIIN,
iTTOKNKY AT I.AW. OIHceowRob
A eniiu'a ansery alotr, Albuquerque, N. at
H. H. Warkentin
Albcqaerque Bowling Parlors!
l ornei Mrst St. and Copiier Ave.
Theflneat Howling Alleys In the Homhwest,
a-ii-v iiw. iu B(riiu inv cTarnng.
The Jew Chicago
18 one of the nicest resorts In the
city, and Is supplied with the
oeei auu uueni liquors.
HEISCH A BEIZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Rooms by the day,
wwi or mouui.
800 Weat Railroad Avtnat.
TI1R GOLD 8TAH I Von tuonld not O
paaa. but call and take a auclal flaaO
M.pi,iiMi.,quuiiwriiuii orrr. ja
E&ailala. tlnn tu all la DK LUCCA'S M.
tccllent Urer, It Is the tulr, I
To kean It ! w.va .hn .nil Li
Grand Wine arc here, tA Mayor true, ga
. All kioila. Imported and native, lo Vf
Of Cigars, the choice branda know, ft
. , Kellabla and pure, wlierc'ar wa a
lollielamoualiULU S I AU BALOOlN
Depend upoo It, near or far, A
Nous can comueta adlh tha HOLD VI
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
Very Fines! .linos,
Liquors and Cigars
Thlid Street aad fljeras Aveaoe.
Atlantic Doer Ilall!
MCHNKIDKR k X.Phow.
Cool Kvg bearoadraogtatl tbe Bnaat Natlyi
Win and tbe ary baat of HrM-claaa
Liqaora, (Jtes at a call.
ailboad Avasua, ALiogoaaoos.
A huxmd Plana.
Grande A Parrot! I from them we reap, CJ
allkimiaof Llquora, line aud cheaa
Kenauie quality we ret nere, A
to eell Iiure aotMla la thalr Mmf
A laraya cool and aharp, their lirrr, t
unite unequalled lar or nea It
Nohle Wlnea. all patrona rreet,
Itniiortecl and doineatlc. a Stork rnmnla
oble Wlnra. all patrona rreet. C
Dellcloua Claara, loo, here we gain, KI
cholceat rlavora wa ohfatll
- '"I ll.TIII, wt iiuiiji.
E'lcelletit Koc.na txali clran ami neat, rr
- .1 .m. uu muiiii r mi mm a
D, tbua at Albiiuueruiie there are plenty I
Ot whcilaof OkANLlk Ai PAMKNTl
Can Gold Ave, ent ras Nt.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Saw Taltiphsna No, 4.
f loruit Pricss.
Buy or Sell.
BOO OOtiTJ AfOtrXI.
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harnees, Saddles, Hadillury,
Haddlerv Hardware, Cut Holes, hlioe
Nails, Hatues, CUalU', Wlilx, Collars,
Hweat I'ads, Castor (Ml, Axle Ureaee,
ll wton Coarli (111, I'liUi Negro, Htiililv
ilarveater illl.NeatHfiHitUil, Lard Oil.
II aniens Oil, I. Ill need Oil, Castile Huap,
Harneris Soap, J'arrlsKe Hiiouges
Cliauiols Bltih, Horse Medicluos.
Irloo tha Xiowast.
lllulieat Market Prices Paid for Hides
Thos. F. Kelehor,
404 Railroad Ave Albuquerque.
City : Drug : Store
Third 81. and Railroad Ars.
Dregs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Etc.!
WHOLaSALK AND KKTA1L
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
Sacceeaor to PllUuory A Walton,
BALLINO BR08., Paoraiaroas.
Weldlnjf CakeT a Specialty !
We Desire Palronag a, and we
Quaraotse Virst-Class Bakln(f.
ralecrapbordaraaollcltedanrl Promptly Pilled
Ulahaal Caaa frloaa Paid
For furniture, stoves, carpeta. clotblnc,
trunks, fiaruerm, saddles, alioea, etc
Hart's, 117 Gold aveuue, neit to Wells
Kargo Kipress otlioe. 8ee uis before vou
buy or sell.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorlted CaplUl ....1600,000 09
and Prouts 11744)00 00
The Bank of Commerce In AlbaqQarqae.iH. H.
, ,"J' ' . vtrAo Atro ij twm tanicM ovoMsron.
" " an OSrs to Pe, . anrawy raaajtaf
Ovsatywa, wrih rratlak! llaakUc.
N H. '.taao. Preaideot 1. C. BatDatnaa. Lanha. C.l.ua..a cil.
B. '. HoBLaTBB. Vlea.rNaaSat.
W. LSTaiosLsa, Caahlev. A. M.
H ' Kaaaaoa. Atelatanl Caahler.
Dfposltory for Atchison,
SAMPLE ilD CLUB UOOSX
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wine3, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT, Proprietor.
ISO West Railroad At. Albnqnert
LAB VEGAS. W. M.
CXXJR1ETA, W. M.
G. HENRY, iVT. D
Student of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Praaoo.
THIBTT-BIX YgABfl' PBA0T1CK. HKS ONLY TRJUTMX
A enra eoaranteed lo ery eaae nndertaken when a ear la acactkabla and Boaaibla
onorrhoea, aleet and Mrictura omlll cored with Br. Il IrT'.TiS ll.mVw wZ..,
- STT "l"natiTrica, aamlnai liaM, nlaht amlaalona, Inaoranla. tfaaporid.pcy.
Sf'V ""d- Klcorti t matbod practiced Id tha World'a UoapltaCPartaT kararauc. Ti Oi? I
ao.OOO patlanta aoccraaruUr cured withlo tha laat olua yaara. Can retarto Dau in u cLd b V
eniuaii, Krenchjlrerman Pollan, Kuaatan and Bohemian anokaa. rnTnlUtUa aAal Om
Waaaataaataai W Corraapondanca Millet tad i atrlcUy oonndauUal " "
W. JL. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed
Second St, Detween Railroad and Copper Area.
Horaaa mnd Malts Bodght mui BxekaagoA.
Aganta for Colombaa Buggy CemaaaT.
Tho Boat Tnrnoata la tha City.
Carriagea, Road Carta, Spring Wagona, Vicioriaa
Buggiea, rhaetoni, Etc, for Sale, t t I t
Address W. L. TRIMBLE k CO. Albnqprqn New Mezleo
QUICKEL & BOT11E. Ptods.
(Soooeaeon to Frank H Jonee.1
Flce',t Whislies, Imported ind DomeDtlc Vines ud Ccgsici
Tbe Coolest and Highest Grate of Later Serve.
Finest Millard Hall In tho Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
'IX)TI A 8BADII to them we ollng! n
L Their GKOCKRIKS bar tha genoloa rlaVJ
Ot TBA8 aud 0UKKKK3 and CANNKU (KK)Ud rare, TI
The nrlna tha nharrra la alaaaaa fal Ik
rputy aetl the.daeat I.AOKIl BKKB.
WD1R8 A LIQUORS, we alwajs dud
r Thtia eompetltloQ thej defj.
Agents for CV ote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivury to all parte of tha city
Nw Tflfphnie U7. 21 , 21 R AND 217 WOBTH THIRD ST
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Iron aad Bntra Oaatiuai Ore, Goal and Lumbar Oarei fhaflrof , FullaTa, Orata Bare
Babbit Mavl i Oolomna and Iron Vronta tue Bulldlufai ftapaira eo
MtDlng and MUI Maohloarr a Dpecialty.
FOUNDRY: "OE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
210 Railroad Avenue,
Mutual Telephone No. 1411. Allnquerque. N' M.
u. 8. Dirro3iTOHT.
Utrository lor the Atlsotfc &
Vaciflc uid the Atchfcott,
I ToTH-k A SanU Ft
4 KAilrod Cot.
OFFICERS 1ID DIEICT32S.
JOBHCA 8. RATH0LD8. . . .fl sjrMeK
11. W. rtODBHOT ....Tlcayrrssidtnt
.. .Own. f
A mr. ' . '
BLAoawau. Uraaa. Mlk.i a 11
W. A. Maxwbll, WbcOewals DnnM
Tork 4 B&nU ft Eilw-.
ALBUQUERQUE. II. U.
CO., 0ATSK1LL, N. d.
and Transfer Stables
To pleaae their patrona ta their
Tba eholoeat quality of erery Ma)
TOTI A UrUDI out fee beat Mr 1