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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HUaUR8 ft McCRKIOUT. lUBUSBlBa
Taos. Hocuss....,, Kdltor
W. T. McCfcKiaHT, Bo. Mgr. and City ltd
rVBLIHHKU DAILt AMD WIIKLf,
Assoclatsd t'rnw Afternoon Telegrams.
Official ftparof tornahlloCoaoty.
Official Fapw of City of Alboqnsrqn.
Ixrnn City and County rirrulatlnn
Tbs Largsst New Max loo Circulation
Lrgsst North Arlsona Circulation
ALBt'QCKRQL'K, APRIL 7. J898
TBI Roswsll Rocord bs beta snlargd,
and I on of th bt local newspapers
U lb territory.
Ik th face of a pmwtbla war th fold
reserr Increased an and A fourth mil
lion daring Marrh.
TBI peopl of lb United Slates wonld
bitterly resent any papal Interference in
America political affair.
Tat election la orer, to curbstone
statesmen bar retired, and pear pre
alia la tb mnnlelpal orporatlo.
Unoi Clancy will bar a democratic
eooneU on bli band lb annnlng year,
and bl position la not an enrted on.
TBI ebaneea art faTorabl tbat tb low
lis Irrigation eaual will b completed
thl aminer. and ready for Irrigation
work arl nest mmmoo.
Notwithhtan DiNU tb lull a walling
tb president' message to congress on
tba situation th preparation for war
are going on at a lively rate.
Bomb's greatest population at 'any
period (according to statistic and not
gums work) was 4tU,000 In 84 B. C. It
dropped to 134,000 In 1834 and Is now
TBI bait monument tbat tb I'nlted
Stale eaa build to honor tb memories
oftb2S8dead aailor boya, wUl bt tb
flag of Cuba Llbr pinned to tbe top of
Tai people of to Lulled State earn
estly desire tbe Independence of Cuba,
and will not be satisfied with any com
promise with Spain abort of freedom for
TBI school board of tb eontlng year
can do much for public education. Tb
wrangle of tb past year should be
dropped and only tb good of tb school
kept la View.
TBI commercial failure In tb first
quarter of isms war fewer than In tb
corresponding Urn In any preceding
year sluoe .MO, Just betor tb financial
Fim thousand Chinamen bars been
starved to death or killed by the Spanish
troop in Cuba, Tb Chines government
ha taken tep to relieve tb distress of
It subject In th Islands.
TBI rub of million for tb national
dfns has rather dwarfed th usually
imposing expenditure for tb Kaster
bonnet about this time of tbe year. But
they cost as much as ever.
t . a
Smokibs of Havana cigar need net
worry over war cutting of their aupply.
Tb secretary of agriculture baa discov
ered that 180,000,000 -Cuban" cigar are
mad la Florida every year.
TBI bouse of parliament are partly
lighted by 40,000 electric lamps, which
number Is being constantly increased.
Fifty xperieuod electrician are em
ployed to keep tbe system In order.
Wil will always threaten tb civilised
nations of tb earth until an alllano la
funned couponed of all tb great powers
tb United Btatea, Kngland, Germany,
Franc and Bum la which shall act a a
court of final appeal whenever a dispute
arises between nation.
TBI mountain peopl of North Caro
lina and West Virginia ar ald to put
alt In their shoes In order to keep on
thewltche. Bancroft related that on
of tb aburlgtual tribe of North Amer
ica refrained from eating salt In tb be
lief tbat It turned the hair white.
aiixioo 1 profiting by th devastating
of Cuban fields and la getting a footing
In tobaoo growing and manufacture
that la expected to mak tbe Industry
tb largest Item In maintaining the
country prosperity and standing as a
producing and manufacturing nation.
TBI wboleeome change tbat the char
acter of th Mexican people la undergo
ing la shown again by th movement
beaded by President bias and taken up by
tbe better social element to abolish bull
fighting. Tbat brutal spurt Is ou of the
handicap which Mexico got from Spain.
In tb mother country It still nourishes,
and any attempt to suppress It would be
resisted by the rating classes as by tb
"a A t m 'sf mil as."
Tb New fork Bun take no stock in
the allegation tbat Spain's prid will
lead ber to welcome annihilation before
she will submit to a lout of territory
such a would b lucurred In the with
drawal from Cuba. Tbe Bun says: ''It
would be absurd to pretend tbat she could
never give up Cuba without humiliation,
slue she ba given up, during the pre
cut century, Florida, kiexloo. and what
ar now Guatemala, Honduras, Salvador,
Nicaragua and Costa Bic lu North Anier
tua, and Veneiuela, Colombia, Ecuador,
Peru, Bolivia, Chill, Uruguay, Paraguay
and the Argentin republic In South
BVAMOKM imam rax r I SAM IDS.
Tbs greatest eutorprls yet undertaken
sine lb EuglUh wat into Vgypt, and
by far IU must praiseworthy trout every
point of Ttew, I about to be consumma
ted. This is lb execution of tb often
propose! plan for damming up tb Nil
t id staat.ng a Vast reservoir of water to
be need for Irritation In th dry season.
A readers of Egyptian history know, tbe
fharaohs constrncted a reservoir system
by tilling certain artificial lake at the
flnod season and emptying them when
th wafer of th river fell. This si
tended the ciittiv-tlon on each side of
th narrow valley of th Nile, bnt age
go the river ceased to flow into th de
stroyed reservoirs and the area reclaimed
by this mean went to join the desert.
The new Irrigation enterprise, which
la to be a monumental work, comparable
with th bnlldlng of the pyramids In
costliness and far exceeding them In
utility, contemplates the building of two
dam serosa th rlv , and the contract
ha already been let to tb Scotch firm,
John Alrd ft Co. 1 hy ars to accept pay'
ments by annual liiHtallment of I10,0U0,
eitendlng over a period of thirty years,
which will make a total cost of 24,000-
It will be a glad day for the I'nlted
State when It reorsn tea th Indeoen
denceofCuba. Thi recognition is just
as sore to come as I the fact that the
son shines. If President McKlnley
does not recommend It, then eongres
will go ahead without bl recommen
dation. TBI army and navy la now ready for
war with Spain, and eager to show tb
world tbe quality of American lighting
BifUNittw Is Improving In this city, and
now Is a good time to eitend trad to the
booming mining camps.
UABU US' KmUATIOW.
laapvrtatat ShImm TruHintod M tbs
ImIUi Laal Might.
Th meeting cam to order with Vic
President Chamberlln In th chair, Pres
ident Putney being absent All member
prwnt with this exception.
Tb minute of tb two previous meet
ing were read and approved.
Warrant were ordered tor th follow
H K Tot, repairing; clocks 4 7I
J. K. hmith, caah paid Um euppllr eft
frank Xi Km, iihnoti, coumtaatoo.
paid M MOT 177
Chatlra McDonald, clerk, email paid
tor poatala. 100
John James, caah paid for talegrama. . I 40
W. J. 1 mar, putting In glaaa 1106
Donatio llanlwaiu company, stove
pipe and labor 1 00
W H. Uann Co., coal (urnlalwd la
March - 104 SO
K. P. froi, new Bag poles and ropes,
earn ward.. 1 00
U, W. mrotig, caab paid foe wood Ot
A bill of S. K. Newcomer for supplies
was referred to tb finance eommltte.
Tb report of th eommltte appointed
to confer with Prof. Derrick with th
Idea of a closer affiliation of tb high
school and university was read and dis
cussed and unanimously adopted with
slight alterations. Tbe resolution tea
Albuquerque, March 19,1813.
To th Members ol ine Albuquerque Board oi
tienllemen: Wa, your eommltte, ap
pointed to confer with President Herrick
of the university a to tb possibility of
raising tbe standard of our high school
work, so to maks possible closer affilia
tion between tbe high school and the uni
versity, and at tbe same time to bring
tbe standard of tbe Albuquerque high
school up to a grade equal to tbe beet
high schools throughout tbe east, beg to
report tbat we have carefully gone over
th plan herewith presented, a prepared
by President Uerrlck, and approved by
tbe board of regent of th university.
ana w must neertiiy maorss tne same
and recommend Its adoption by tbl
ooara. tMepeottauy yours,
L. H. CHAMBtBUN,
O. W. Bthono,
H. E. Fox and 0. W. Strong were ap
pointed a committee to audit tbe books
of the clerk and treasurer, to report at
a meeting to be beld the 18th Inst.
Thesuperlutendent' report was ordered
received and filed.
Tbe treasurer' report was read, show
ing balance on band, April let, of
The superintendent wa ordered to see
that tbe quarantine wa atrlotly en
forced, and that certificate of health
would be disregarded until the quaran
tine wa modified or raised.
Tb board autborlxed tb superintend
ent to procure tbe opera house for th
There being no further business, tbe
HOT XL BIOBLaND,
W. A. Klnnear, Newton. Kan.; Clarence
Cobb, Denver; Cbas, U. Fisher, Topeka;
George L. Peake and wife, Troy, Pa.;
Washington Choate, New fork.
T. J. Riley. Chicago; O. O. Flalty. R. R.
Ellis, Shelbyvllle, iud.; R. F. Kimball,
St. Louis; J. B. Phluuey, Chicago.
D. J. Frankeuberg, Tempe, A. T.; L. W.
Moore, Bloomlngton, 111.; J as. 8. Urlggs,
Uardeo City; L. Nathan, Kansas Oltv; J.
W. Dickinson, Loe Augeles; Walter Q.
Marmou, Lsguna; Sidney Long, Chanute,
Kan.; Andres Mouloya, Wlteliell, Kan.;
Solomon Blbo, Laguua; Carl U, Weil,
Chicago: Mrs. K. U. Comfort, Minneapo
lis; Leonard Hklnner.Cbllilt; Samuel L
Oinsburg, St. Louts; Mrs. Jessie K. Stone,
Danver; Irving J. Mitchell, Loa Angeles;
Juan C. Jaramlllo, Torreon, N. U.
IteaaaerwUe Victory at Mat a.
Th city election at Baton wa hotly
contested and resulted la a clean (weep
tor tbe democratic ticket. John Murphy,
for mayor, received a majority of 15a over
Price. The democrat elected all th al
dermen but on and all th board of edu
cation but one.
Order of Service This eveulng at 7:30
th last of th Lenten Instruction will
be given by th pastor. Tb subject will
be: "The Evils of Divorce,"
To-morrow morning th service will
begin at 8 o'clock. After mas th blessed
sacrament Will be placed In tbe reposi
tory prepared and beautifully decorated
for the purpose with California flower.
During tbe day the faithful will call and
niakaavlsit of adoration. Iu tb even
ing at o'clock there will be a sermon
on tbe "Institution of the Blessed Sacra
meut," by th pastor.
Wis for Hal.
Native wine, pur and healthful, at
only CO cents a gallon at C. A. Uraude's
Tb cycling season Is uow opening and
the prevalllug question Is, "Where can I
get tbe beet wheel for the mousy I care
to Invest V Let ut know your prto. W
ar certain to bav a wheel tbat will fit
It. W bav good wheel only, but bav
msoy styles at many price. HbnCo,
Call at "Tb Green Front" shoe twr
for children' and mis' sandal and
oxford, black and tan, latest styles, to
6, 8S sent; ti to 1L WO cent; IDf to t,
1; ladies' oxfords, II. W. ClupUn, proprietor.
from the Optic.
John Pec ha learned of th very er
loa lllneM of hi mother, now far ad
vanced In age.
Mrs. Jams K. Hurley Came down from
the ftprlng ftntnrday evening, the flret
time since ner accident Were some
Cristobal Garcia, who Jumped his bond
and wa arrested In Kl Paeo pleaded
guilty to th charge for which he wa In
dieted. He received a six months' sen
tence In th territorial prion.
A letter from James K. Whltruore,
Galllnas Springs, says that th country
I very dry, and th peopl do not know
what to do for lambing, If no rain soon
Ills sheep are In fln condition, hut a
great many herds are qnlte poor. Cattle
ar In fln fix, also stock horses.
Jamee Farmer died at the territorial
Insane asylum, near this city, Tuesday
morning at a o clock. For many year
he Dad been Insane, though never con-
littered dangerous, and this added to ei
trem poverty mad bl lot a herd on In
deed. Only recently could admission be
eecursd for blm Into th aasylum, wber
hi last day wer undoubtedly th most
comfortable spent In many year. Th
old man wa devout Catholic.
all Garrard, Dubree and Stepp, ae.
companled by Carl Klrkwood, bave re
turned from their visit to W. L. Crockett'
ranch. On the Incoming trip they wer
greatly frightened by tb presence of an
armed and mounted Indian, who per
elated In following tbem. It ba been
ug get. ted tb opposed Indian wa but
an acquaintance, disguised, who wished
totryth metal of the party, or to aecer
tain the flirting capacity and Inclina
tion of th fair young traveler.
From the New Meitcan.
Mr. A. U. Otero, mother of th gov
ernor; Mr. M. A. Otero, Wis Mary La
Ru and Master Miguel Otero, left for
Denver over the Denver & Rio Grande
Ills Caryl Palen, daughter of Major
and Mr. R. J. Palen. of this city, who
ba been visiting Mr. F. W. Clancy In
Albuquerque for several day, ha re
turned to her Santa F bom In tb en
Joyment of tbe rosy health of youth.
Tb funeral of Mrs. Lorensa Mae d
Maeeta, mother of F. A. Maes tax, who
conduct a barber chop on lower 'FrUeo
street, took place at the cathedral. Tbe
body of tbe good woman wa placed at
rest In Rosarlo cemetery.
W. N. Townseud, manager of tbe New
Mexloo Telephone company and local
manager of the Postal-Caole telegraph
office, ba gone to Bland to complete ar
rangemente for th Immediate establish
ment of bl projected telephone and tele
graph line between Santa Fe and tbe
Ths filthy gypsy camp over west of th
Santa F depot should be abated at one
In th Interest of public health and also
as a protection against patty thieving
about town. It la reported tbat soms of
th motley collection ar afflicted with
smallpox and certainly none of them are
ornaments to society. .
lbs Golden Coebltl mining district
continue to boom and tb property own
rs of Santa F appear to be so much
absorbed In local politic that they bav
no tl m to press tbs movement for tb
Immediate establishment of dally stage
and mall service between tbe Capital
city and Bland. Meanwhile tbe people
of Albuquerque are moving heaven aud
earth to secure the trade of ths Golden
Coebltl. They gesticulate In politic a
good deal. It la true, but they always
work a a nult for Albuquerque.
a DsbIm Wamu
Who goes to th club whll her husband
teuds the baby, a well a the good old-
fMMlllfinarl woman wrhn l. ub .rtu t,u
home, will both at time get run down In
health. They will be troubled with lax
of appetite, headaches, sleeplessuess,
talntlug or dlxxy spells. Tbe most wou-
aWfnl runiad turn lli m...mu.. im L'l.
irio outers, inousanas ol sufferer from
Isms bark and weak fetftnava rl tin ,nH
call It blessed, it la the medicine for
woineu. reoiaie complaint aud nervous
trouble of all kinds are soon relieved by
ths use of Electric Bitters. Delicate
women should keep this remedy on band
to build up tbs system. Only 60 cents
ner bott'e. For aala be J. II. (VRalii
FAYMERI OF SCHOOL WAftftANTS.
County Superintendents Most Approve
Sack for Teachers' Salaries.
At tbs request of th territorial super
intendent of public Instruction, the so
licitor general ba rendered the following
Orrici or Solioitoh Geniral
or Niw Mexico,
, ibU8. )
Santa Fe, March x,
Hon. Placldo Sandoval, Superintendent Pub
lic Instruction, baou Kt:
Dear Sir: Your favor, enclosing letter
from a superintendent of schools inquir
ing whether a county treasurer has ths
right to pay school warrant without tbe
approval of the county superintendent,
1 received; aud la reply, would say that
th question la Indetiulie, In that, It does
not slate for what purposes such school
warrauu wers drawn. Under section
24 chapter 26. laws of 1SU1. th school
director have a right to draw warrauts,
and th treasurer can pay tbem for all
contingent expense, incurred In kcep-
iug up turn scuoois, suco as ruei, furni
ture, books and stationery. But. for ths
Kyment of teachers, th warrant must
indorsed by tb county superintend
ent before they can properly be paid by
tbe treasurer, and this class of warrant
Is the only one over which theeouuly su
perintendent ha any supervision.
Should the county treasurer pay this
class of warrant without ths Indorse
ment of the superintendent, be will b
liable civilly upon his bond, aud may be
removed from office under a proper pro
ceeding therefor. Very respectfully,
Kdwabu L. Bahtlitt,
Solicitor Ueueral of New Mexico.
Mr. A. Inveen, residing at 720 Henry
street, Alton, 111., suffered with solatia
rheumatism tor over eight mouths. She
doctored for It nearly th whole of this
time, uslug various remedies recoui
meuded bv frteuds, aud was treated by
the physicians, but received no relief.
She then used one and a half bottle of
Cbamberlalu'a Pain Bairn, which sflected
a complete cure. This 1 published at
her request, a tb wants others similar
ly afflicted to koow what cured her. Tbs
aud 60 cent sits fur sal by all drug
gist. ium 7 a Vieis lvg .
George MeMlllen, prominent miner of
Hanover, bad hU band badly lacerated by
a vlolou dog at tb boos of Mrs. End
Ilea, on Monday. Mr. MoMlllao went to
Leisure's, planing mill to consult Mr.
Lai or on soms busliee. Ths mill be
Ing closed, he steppea across tb road to
th hooe of Mm. Knllch to make In
qnlry as to where he might And Mr. La-
sure. Cpon entering the yard he was
vlrlmiiy attacked by IS do and hi
hsnd ht'lly loin Thin Is supotl t be
a civilised rommnnlly, and no person
nai a right to keep a vicious dog on
chained sny more than they have a right
te keep a vicious hear or lion unchilnrd
tion their premlees. ItoaiiK Ih atilma
I kept upon th-lr own K'ounds I no
reon that thy hate a lllit to keep
flaii.erou animal iinrevralned. Tbl
dog b4 bitten a gret many person
during the pat thr.e years, and It Is
high time that the dune 1 would fuiQl
the duty It owes the public, and declare
the brute a public menace aud nuisance.
and order it klllexl Silver City Enter
Hurklon'a Arnlna KaWs.
Th beet salve In ths world for cute,
bruteee, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
H iree, tetter, chapped hniKls, chilblains,
corns ana an niiu eruptions, and post
tively cures piles, or no dkv. It Is soar'
anted to give perfect satisfaction or
monev refunded. r"rlce. 2o cents oer box.
Kor sale by all druggists. J. 0. 0'Bieliy
ftannllaa far ih. .!...
Th ladle of Saute F on Tneadav
Coni Dieted an crtran istlon for lha nnr
pose of gathering tupplle and money for
tb aid of the Cubans. Klaht of ths most
prominent ladle ar a committee and
win start on a nous to bouse canvass,
and much enthusiasm prevails. They
will be able to aid materially tj ths ann.
piles now being gathered all over tbs
TO CURB A COLD 1R ONI lAI
Tsk Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggmt refund the monev If It fails
to cure, tec Th genuine has L. B. O.
TksKeiullof Ih Tow a Eleclloa Inter,
Gallup, April 0. Th following effloers
were elected yesterday:
School trustee, for three terms W. E,
Town trustees, for oue term Charles
llardlng, John Sharp, F. E. llinch.
George K raker and James Carman.
Town treasurer, for oue ter m Theodore
Marshal, for on term J. W. Green
The oflloera elected ar all representa
tive men, and everybody I satisfied. Tbs
contest was a friendly on In which poll
tic bad no part.
Mr. Cad Selvy, wit of tb special
agent of the Sauta F Pacific, I visiting
Peter Boikley, now manager of one of
the Crescent' delivery team, Increased
business requlriug three (earn lustead
ot two to deliver goods.
W. A. Smith, brakemau on th east end,
1 luld up tor repair for a few day on
accoiiut of getting bl foot between an
uglu aud flat car at McCerty's station
night before last. Bill says bs wanted
to lay off anyway.
Dr. (Shields, of Fort Wingate, delivered
an tuterestlug lecture last night to a
crowded house. Subject. "Adam and
Major Green, of the governor's staff.
ba our company mustered In and baa
th names of 100 men for a second com
pany ready to muster. He 1 acting
under order from th governor, and I
enlisting only siugl men. Gallup will
bav two companies ready tor war which
1 at least as good a showing as other
towns have made.
Jack Cotton sports a bicycle and little
Palmer Ketoer Is havlug one made to
order for bis short legs.
Walter Collneo la again on ths sick
Ths members of ths Church ot tbe Holy
Spirit held a business meeting on ths
night of thesib lust, and decided to send
for a California minister, Rev. Clark, to
Officiate for tbem durlug th coming
Solomon Mel ken' jewelry store was
robbed of fourteen watches aud a lot ot
Jewelry ou the night of the ith. The clt
sens have formed a vigilance committee
and w understand that tbey will require
all stranger to show what business they
bave here. Holdup bav been too fre-
J. D. Boone rode th Odd Fellow' goat
Louis Smith, the efficient clerk at the
depot, has resigned.
"Lum" Hall Is around among hi Gal
lup friend to day. Yiixahs.
AFTER TBB CATILB THIEVES.
Some Prominent Citizen. Arc Likely to
Get Into Trouble,
Detectives are at work on an organised
gang of horse and cattle thieves that bav
been operating iu Colfax county for a
number of years, and wholesale arrest
may ba made any day. It seems tbl
thieving gang has been operating be
tween Springer aud the Indian territory,
driving the stock down there in small
bunches from time to time. Several eltl
seus of Colfax county, apparently prom
inent aud respected, arc suspected to be
long to the gang, but it Is not generally
known Just who they are. These depre
dation bave been committed In auoh a
bold, tearless way aud ou auoh a large
scale that stock men are becoming tired
of It and are all liberally contributing to
aid tbe oflloeni In terretlug them out.
Suprluinflnt Saadovel Bealgaa.
Territorial Superintendent of Schools
Sandoval has tendered his resignation of
that position to Governor Otero, who ba
accepted tbe same, to Uk effect May 7.
Speculation Is rlf lu Sauta V as to the
cause attributed. Governor Otero ap
pointed Mauuel C. de Baca. DublUber
of the Indepeudeut, at Las Vegas, as
superintended of public iustructiou ot
Highest Honors World' Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Psrs Orsps Crcsa ol Tartar Pewdsr.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
(Fins Publication April 6. lVH.)
urduiamlb ho. 2.
Be II Ordnlned by ths Mayor snd Council
ot the City of Albuquerque, N. kl.:
hectlou I. That Jneeun C. Ualilrlilse.
Frank H. Sturges, J. U. Albrlvlit. of said
City, and William HeagroVe Jrtagtll, of
Mew 1 01 a, their belis, executors or as-
ittgus, are hereby empowered aud granted
tne rignt 10 oouetruci, maintain and
operate by eleotrlo or Compressed air
power a Una of street rallwav lu. uuon
and along all streets, way aud powutgrs
and their Intersections now laid out and
accepted by the elty authorities of Aibu-
queique, Aew Mexico
rfeto. i. J hat ih aulhorlr itlon con
veyed by the preceding section to the
parties therein uamed snail eoustliute a
irauchtse for such streel railway opna-
tlou throughout the city of Alhuquerque,
new Mexico, lor a twn.ia ot twriity live
years from the date of the paeeage of this '
ordinance upon the following eoiidilious '
...u . i
First The parties o whom this fran
chise la granted hereby agree to con
stiuct and opeiate at least two miles of
the road within eighteen mouths after
tbe date of the pawteg ot this ordinance
Second Before the Irauobl un-n
tinned lu th laet section shall become
vented or said parties therein mentioned
shall be autborlxed to locate, coustruct
or maintain said street rallwav na auv
or either ot the street ot the cuv Albu
querque aforeeald, they shall preeent a
petition to the mayor aud city couuctl
signed by tbe owner of th laud repre
senting the northern one htlf of the
f rootage of each and every street or part
of street tbat Is sought to be used for
such street railway purposes.
iniru And it is luriner provided that
the portle meutloaetl, ou accepting the
rlwhl aud privileges herein vrauud.
shall deposit In oue of the banks or lu
some other equally safe depository In
the elty of Albuquerque, on thousand
dollar (fl.OOO), to be a forfeit to
the city If tbey shall fall to com
mence and execute the work ol
constructing and opers'lng said street
railway according to tne terms, condi
tion aud limitations set forth In this
ordinance; said sum to be deposited with
in sixty uays alter tne accentauo of lui
Fourth It la further provided that un
til the city chall reach a population of
fifteen thousaud Inhabitants, there shall
not be auy license or charge against said
street railway or operatlug machinery
thereof otber than the geuerai city tax.
but when tb population of the elty shall
reach fifteen thousand Inhabitant a li
cense ot thirty dollar per annum shall
ne paid upon eacu car used aud operated
upon said road; and wbeu tbe Dobulatlou
of the city shall reach twenty thotmaud
Inhabitant there ahall be bald a iloeusa
ot Ufty dollar per annum for each car so
used on said road.
Fifth The rights and Drivllese here
in conferred to the parlies uamed by tbe
passage of this ordinance shall not be In
terpreted as exclusive; but It Is hereby
agreed by tb mayor and elty council of
Albuquerque, New Mexico, of the first
part, by tbe persons herein uamed of the
eeeoud part, that from the date upon
which th construction of this street
railway Is commenced, no other rights,
privilege or frauchls for a streel rail
way within the city limit shall be
granted by the city authorities until the
urn allowed by this ordinance and stlo-
ulated In tbe preceding section, eighteen
mouths, shall bave expired, subject, how
ever, to tbe condition and limitation of
section two, aud to bav uo effuot upon
rig in now existing.
bee. x. run authority f r the con
struction of the road-bed, the laying aud
maintenance ot tbe tie, rails, single or
doubl track, switches, poles, and wire
snail oe subject to the approval of tb
mayor and council, and other usual fix
ture aud appliance luhereut In the con
struction and operation ot an electric
street railway Is hereby granted to tbe
parties herein named with the exnrees
condition mai an construction snail con
form to the grades of the streets alreadv.
or lu th future to be, established; that
suitable crossings at all Intersecting
points of the public highways with street
railway llue must maintained
by tbe operator of said railway
In auch a mauuer as to cause no public
lnconveulenoe; and npon said operators
rest tbe charge aud maintenance ol the
purtiou ot the public highway as shall be
nciuda between IU tracks and two feel
ou each side ot tbe road track or tracks
In such manner as render It at all times
safe and proper road war for vehicles.
and In kind of pavement to conform with
that of tne streets ueed.
Sec 4. Tbe valldltv ot th s franchise
snail depend upon the strict cou forma
tion or the operators to the embodied
conditions and continuous operatlou of
such line as may be constructed by them
under the terms ot this grant exceptlou
made for strikes, aooideula of flood, tire
or other force major.
Seen, lbs said Una of street rallwav
shall not Interfere with the draluage or
water evsiein ot said city. Which reserves
an right to intersect the line at all
polute where tbe needs of its preeeut or
future water and sewage system mav re
1 hroughout the life of this frauchine
th operators hereby agree to charge a
tar for each passenger uot exceeding
live cents, with tranefer ou Intersecting
line or line ot th said company for
each continuous trip from polut to point
within the elty limit now or hereafter
to be established, the conveyance of pas
sengers to be performed In asufe manner
and with due regularity aud dlpatcb.
nee o. me operators or said street
railway shall bs liable for all damages to
ute or property resulting from the neg
ligence ot Ute operators, their employes
or faulty construction, equipment or
maintenance of tbs street railway sys
See. 7. Any Interference with ths
right embodied In this franchise, the
obstructlou of th track to delay the pas
sags of cars, destruction or Injury of any
part ot th equipment or pronertv of this
street railway system shall constitute a
mlsdemeauor aud be punishable bv tine
of not less than five nor more than one
hundred dollars, or by Imprisonment for
a period of not lee than three uor more
than sixty days, or both.
8ecK. This ordluance shall talcs ef
fect and be in full force upon its passage.
8. Auuriuht, Mayor.
John 8. Thimbu, city Clerk.
Dost Tobane Slt is Saiokt Tosr 1.1ft) awav.
To quit tobaveo eaally and forever, be mas
aetlc, lull of Ills, nervaand vigor, take No 'lo
Bae. th snorter wurker, thai make. eaa own
atrouf. Ail drusf lata, too or II. Cunsuaruu
lewl Booklet sod sample fro. Adilreaa
verllns named Co, CI)loa9 or New Vorkv
Ara f.a la It 7
Havs voq a nsw Jewelsd bltf If not.
hr Dot? Perbaua ou bav nut vet
ecu our. Do so at once.
To Car Cutt.ttutiua kore.rr
Tako Cj.t-tirt'ta t'iulv t'mlinrt lv 1'k'ofWto.
If (1 tl. 0. rail tu rvirn. ilriikvr.t. ri-lutiU Diwuoy
LlbsrtT shlfluna. anniMfhlnir naav at
tb Uoldsa but lrj Goods eouioauv.
Lamp D(J trlnuulngs. WbltueCo
dockery and glasswar. Whltnf j Co
Be On the Safe Side...
and hare your prescriptions filled
at our store from the purest drags
and chemicals and br a erraduste
of pharmacy. If it is not con
venient for you to send them to
us, we will tend for and deliver
them to you.
of the par value of $100 ma
turing in 1925, and bearing; In
terext at the rate of 4 per cent
per annum sells to-day for
The Oold Debentures of the
Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety (issued at the maturity of
the Cold Debenture policy)
bear interest at the rate of 5
per cent per annum for twenty
years, at the end of which time
they mature, and the principal
is paid in gold. Full details of
this policy can be secured by
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OHIIUHIIIII TA1;, j
"Htionjf.t in the World." i
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
General Manager, j
New Kex'co and Arizona Dept.
Albuquerque, N. M. 1
UltASiT OPEIIA HOUSE
All this week, the monarch of repertoire,
EDNA PAIGE and
Supported by thHr own tuperb company in
(Tin-mi. ir ' inr iavt. ut rrtMitii coiQ.
die). ItftKt'fii the sKUeaKb ulajht
Prrarntlns llfr-aize anlm.trtl plrlii-rt of for
S0 and doiiiratic .uuittt., inrluuiiig'
X (iHiiiinn Simnish Hull Fitrht.
LAMS FRSS MONDAY NIOHT ONLY.
I'opmar PriFi..-Mrat on sale at u.ual
pla.- Thiirattay morning al S o'clock.
Wholesale and Retail, from
titfc to $4 per double roll.
Good Work at
THE BEE HIVE
in West Gold Avenue.
A. E. WALKEK,
Secretary latoil Building luoclitlon.
Omm at O. S.Mrldo'1 Larahar Taml
CRESCENT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Office
A. J. CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. t64
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrlmble's stables
Annual Subscriptions to
Standard Magazines are
offered as prizes for saving
the wrappers from
DIAMOND O SOAP
Explanation on each wrap
per the best laundry soap
for sale by all grocers.
Two ysars hs-o K. J. Warren, a drug
(1st at I'lMumnt Brook, N. V., taught a
Mil. All Ullllltlv f.f I't.umluivl.ti.'a ..t.
v. i .. i j . . ihi II wiuhu
UhiumIv. lis sums uu tlis rtwtilt as fol.
Iowh: "At Hint tlins the gootls wer uu-
kiiowu iu mis section; to day Chauitier
lain s (J ngh Kt-iiiftly Is a bonsrhold
won)." It ts the same la hundred of
etiUiUiunillee. vt lierever th Rood (liiall
ties of tuamberluiu s Cough Keniedy b-
eouis suowii the people will have uota
lug 1hs. Kor sale hy all druggist.
LOW P Hit KB IM (iKUCKHIES,
Three packuges Lyon Coffee for. . . .$
Krtwh KaiiHas tw, two doteu 26
Native egK, per doxeu ao
imuham shredded cotMMiimt.perlb.. .26
Ktxxl baking powder, 2 list U6
8ohllltiiK's twst baking soda, 3 . :b
All the best brands of lauudry uap
Hold Dufit wanhlng powder, per tk . .
four cans of bent Ij 26
Silver tiloss start'h. 3 pbrkaxes 23
t.lder or wine vluegar, per gal )
I.iiffa olive oil, per gal 2.K)
Klnest Old Hye or Hunrbon, per qt . . .75
Callforuia grape brandy, ier qt 75
Aud anything ele lu th groceries or
liquor line at, bed rock prlees at
NO'Tu-ltan ror Hiiy (rata.
Otiaranta'.! foliivfj inai.tr mro, n';ihfH wnnli
tuau airuug, bluuj puru. Mo tl Ail o ukamw
For next thirty days I will pay highest
rash price for houxehold goods ot every
deHcriiillnn. iNm't sell until you get my
bid. X. A. W niTTEN, 111 Gold aveuu.
Wot Or.r riftj Tmis.
An Old and Wkll-Trikd Bkukdt.
Ur. VS IuhIuw' H.iothlug byrup ha
been used for over tiftv years bv millions
of luother for their children while teeth
Ing, with perfect suecetts. It auothes th
child, of tens th giML. allays all pala,
cures wind cc!'-, and Is the beet remedy
for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to th taut.
Sold by riruggtHt lu every part ot the
world. Tweiily-nve cent a bottle. It
value s Incalculable, (le sure and ask
tor Mrs. Winslow's Soothlog 8yrup,aud
take no other kind.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
EigMcen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All tlie Year.
Good accwiolations at reasonable rates. The following is the
analysis. f one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon 19,7
lair Urn sulphate, grans per gillon 1.4360
Calcium cirbonate, grains par gallon..., 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5168
Water delivered In the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
2PX3E9.X2 SI 3E2VOXX WAY.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
S-aVvnrXPX!! riOOM. OXsT7X3 ItOUMS.
JOHN WICKSTROM, Prop.
The Ikxt and Finest Liquors
NO. 114 WEST HAILHOAU AVENUE
W. V. FUTHELLE,
Cor. First add Gold, jrj
3T. O. S3JXji'OXC3:330r-3I3t,
Bnudlnf Par-r T'""
Always in Hie
First St. and Lead
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lt si BpMlalty.
Farm and Freight Wagons I
WA.ll.ROAD AVENUE. i t t ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
i?''!. A nnmnlnfft Hfni-lr nf fli
I.WS-V 1 n
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
The newest and best goods from the
Itidlng potterlci ol th world, la wholesale
or retail. Choice UbU wars, elegant toiUt
sets, beautiful vaacaj a full line of g lua wire,
bar goods, lamp chimney and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
bruihea, toys and dolls.
118 SOUTH FIRST8TREET
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and rxclianged. Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of household goods, (it t
others' bids and we will see them 10 per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on install m tuts
Wo. XXI JTortlx 3?ir-t St.
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. , .. ,.
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMU KLEIN W OUT, frop
and Gears, Imported and Domestic,
Wholrsale anil Ketail Dealer
u 11J HICYCI ES.
Sold Clirap for Caah or on
the Inatallmrnt Hlan. Alao
ranted al rvaaunatl. vatea.
i Albnqasrqaa, New Mexico.
fiats lift ft.
t'arrlai th. I.ar(at ftad
Mint ataUsal. Sloah r
-istaple : groceries
r b ronad Soathwf.
" w M sW V W IW W Vs S V
Douglas Shoes ; nd Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
fill t All
- - - - N. M.
JACOIi KOJIPiEH k CO
Manufacturer ot and Dealer
Tb Bt iUatm-s Mad Vabiolas.
Floe Bot-se-Shoelnr a Specialty.
BaUatMTtlon aoaraoted la All Work
Rapalring, Painting aol Trimminf
Unn. on short Mutlos. I I i i i i i
Slop, Corner Copper It. ud Flnt St.,
aVuDQoaaqoB, N. U.