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TIIE DAILY CITIZEN
HUUUKS A afCCItKIUHT, ItBLlBHIHS
Tbob. Uuvhu feiiior
W. T. MWJEiiwuT, Bo Ugt. and City K4
Amoo1U4 fr Atlerooou Tsl warns.
Oinciat raper of bftroaiuio t'uui.
UUlcial raiwr of City ot Albuqusrqns.
l.argmi City aud Count Circulation
lu Largmt New Msiloo Circulation
Lstrgsnl Aorll) Arisoua Circulation
ALBIQIKKCJIK, Al'KlL 8. 181(8
Witch thai surplus la th flty treas
ury go gltmmsrtiig.
Thehi will be a big fruit rrop Uili i
oa la New Mexico,
Ir the rain would fail oa tbe uajust la
New Usxlou, tiier would be no nosd ol
TBI prssldsut canuot xerp Hi country
la euapeaao uiucu lougsr. Tbe psopl
wul paac or war.
i 1 . . i
Xnouhd aud Kussi now oontrol to
larger part of Asia, and they art eacb
year adding to tbelr Tatt Asiatic poss-
Tbb Called ttutee bat left nothing un
done to bring abuat peaoetul aolutlon
of tbe Cubao question. If there la war,
Hpala win be responsible.
u j i
Tex (act tuat Un. Leo has beta or
dered to leave llavaua U a etrong iudioa
tloa that opea noslilllle will begin next
week betweea tbe tutted Blatee and
Tbcbi 1 perbape no more humane oa
tlou la tbe world tnaa tbe Japaneee, who
bare reoeutly ereoied a uiuuuoieut In
msmor j o( the burse that fell la tbe war
War U la actual prugreaa with Spalu.
That country baa blown ap one of tbe
I'ulted State warship, and tbe Uvot of
American oilUana are la danger la Span
Congbxs i wiu surely decide by next
Monday wbetbar It U to be peaoe or war
with Bpala. The continued uooerulnty
la more dotrlmentai to baaiaeee Interest
tbaa actual boetllltiea.
The president and eongreea are getting
together oa a Cuban policy. On tbe mala
Issue, that Cuba must be tree, there la do
difference aud those aa to detail are
rapidly beUg eliminated.
Oni ot tbe eubjecu to be talked over
before the meeting ot tb National Kdo
ealioual aaauclatloo at Washington next
aummer. at which 15.0UO president,
principal, auperluleadeuta and teacher
will be gathered, will be the educational
exhibit to be made by the United Slate
at the iarl sxposltloa la 1IW0.
Wab with Bpala would tore the gov
ernment to become a large borrower, but
It would not be aeceueary to borrow all
tbe money that would be needed tor war.
Aa laoreaeed tax oa beer and tea and a
tax oa coffe would add nearly 100 mil
lion dollar annually to tbe revenue ot
the government, and there are eome other
article upon which additional revenue
could be collected without causing hard
ship to tbe people.
TIOlHLIi IN TUX CAST.
Troubl In tb far aast.aeeui almost
a Imminent aa a eoufllut between thia
country and Spain. Kuaela's policy to
monopollie tbe China trade aud Eng
land' attempt to atop her are rapidly
bringing matter to a focua and both
eoautrle are making slulster display ot
Kogland baa demanded possession ot
tbe Inland of Cbiuaa aul ha a strong
war Oa! at Cha Jfoo and hovering
about Port Arthur ready tor a warlike
demonstration against tbe latter port uu
lea th leas to Wl-Ul-Wl to the Brit-
lah 1 agreed to. England ba notified
China that unless th leaat I granted
h will asls Port Arthur regardlee ot
There will b no acarclty ot men for
our navy do matter how soon war may
eome. Commauder Miller, of th receiv
ing ship Vermoul say that daring th
past five wek th work ot recruiting
baa been going oa all over the country
and baa reached th high-water mark.
And with all th recruiting that ba been
going ou the greatest ear ba been ex
ercised In accepting men. Intelligence
and tbe qualiuoatloua for good cllisen
hip bav been demanded of all appli
cant tor enlistment aud every ou ot th
Dew recruit 1 a valuable acquisition to
MW siaxiio MoarittLTCac
Ths first acnoal report of ths N'sw
Mexico Horticultural society, covering
th year lb97, has just been Issued. 01
the report th Ienver republican :
It contains an acocuut of th fruit ex
hibit held last year In the city ot baula
' aud th effort of th oclety to
awaken aa Interest In horticulture aud
stimulate, by offering suitable price, tb
production of valuable varieties ot fruit.
Tb exhibit referred to was highly suc
cessful. It brought together a display
which la many respects was remarkable.
It showed that New Mexioo lu the variety
of 11 fruit product, having regard to
quality a well as species, stands lu the
forvmoet rauk among fruit producing
part of the United Bute, borne stales
may produo certain specie of fruit of
uperlor quality to any yet produoedln
New Mexico, but tb earn state! moy
fall (bort la respect of ourlala other
specie la which New Mexico may xcl.
Bo that It 1 la tbe uniformly high grade
ot 1U fruit that New Mexico surpasses
tbs other part of tb tulon.
Horticulture 1 a basin to which tb
people ol New Mexico aiey wull glv great
attention. It would be practical! tor
them to supply largw quautltle ot tteel
I ,ut txuit to th marlteia ot th Muula-
slppl vallfy and the laks fftUm. The cli
mate of thi-lr territory will admit of
placing Hie prnrtnrt of tlislr orchard
and vineyard In the market at an earlier
date than mtny competitive place, and
car ami xprlinr In cultivation would
In time enable thm to produce varletle
of a very superior grade.
Practically all the Irrigated ally ot
the territory are adapted to fruit grow
Inf. The anil of the Bio Grande and
Peco valley, for Instance, I highly fer
tile and Irrigation ha demonstrated It
adaptability to both viticulture and hor
ticulture. A good quality of wine could
I produced by car In ejecting the
proper specie of crape. This ha al
ready been ehowc by what baa been
achieved In that direction. Altogether,
th New Mexico Horticultural society ba
an excellent opportunity for the accom
plishment of a work of enormon vain
to the territory.
H. B. Ileraey, observer for the depart
ment of agriculture, wlshe to make the
weekly crop bulletins of greater Id teres t
and mwe complete than they have been
at any time la th put, and to this end
desires to secure more crop reporter than
be now has. He would Ilk to have every
community and locality In the territory
represented by the report.
On application to tb section director
at Santa K. free postal cards and full In
struction will b furnished to person
willing to send bi offlo weekly, or a
often a convenient, a statement showing
the condition ot crops, stock and stock
range. All persons furnishing th re
port will receive a copy of the bulletin
and other publications from bis offio.
Spain 1 la do condition to go to war.
Her Davy Is la bad shape. Barnacle sev
eral feet In length cover tb bottom of
ber best chip. Her magailne ar short
ot powder. Coal supplies on this aid of
the Atlantic art wanting. Th Beet ar
lacking In machluUta, and th machin
ery ot several of the beet war teasel of
ber Davy la la need ot overhauling.
cJpaln ba do naval force Ot to stand
against th United Biat on this aid
tb water, and do but to send over re-
utoreement I shown at Madrid. Her
torpedo flotilla ba been baited at tbs
Cape Verde Islands. Bpala 1 Dot acting
like a nation that la ready and willing to
go to war, and th Impression deepen
that ! will surrender befors lb will
Tui seuat 1 in accord with th pres
ident. There can be no doubt of this.
Th president baa explained his view to
the leader ot th senate eommltte on
foreign relations, and majority ot tb
eommltte baa agreed to bring la a reao
lutlou which will meet tb reoommeuda
liou ot th meeasge.
MiNisTsa WoouroRD once came near
to being president of th United States.
When Garfield was nomluated th eholoa
tor vie president lay between Woodford
and Arthur, and tb former was for a
time th favorite.
Th Domini Woaaaa,
Who goes to th club wbll her husband
lend lb baby, a well aa th good old
fashioned woman who looks alter ber
home, will both at time get run down in
health. They will be troubled with loa
of appetite, headaches, leplWMue.
(alutlug or dlezy spells. The most won
derful remedy for these women 1 Klec
trte Bitters. Thousands of sufferers from
lame back and weak kidneys rise np and
call It bleMted. II 1 the medicine for
women. Female complaint and uervous
troubles of all kinds are soon relieved by
the us ot Klectrle Bitter. Helical
women should keep this remedy on baud
to build up tbe system. Only 60 ceuU
per bottie. For sale by J. H. O'lteilly A
Msw Mstie Csasloas.
The following pensions bav bean
granted: lucreas Bias Bodrlguei, Pe
nasco, $3 to $10. Mexican war sur
vivor: Iaereas Avery M. Chenney.
Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 720 Henry
street, Alton, lil., suffered with sciatic
rheumatism fur over eight mouths. Bhe
doctored tor It Dearly tbe whole ot this
time, using various remedies raoom
mended by friends, and waa treated by
the physicians, but received do relief.
She then used oue aud a half bottles ot
Chamberlain'a Pain Balm, which effected
a complete cur. Thl la published at
ber request, a ne want olbers similar
ly afflicted to know what cured ber. Tbe
SS and 60 cent sizes for sale by all drug-
Required lteposlt Mads,
Th Orient Fir Iusurano company,
ot Hartford, Conu., oa Wednesday, quali
fied for doing business la tb territory by
depositing 110,000 easb with Territorial
Treasurer Kldodt. Thl bring th num
ber of Iusurano compaule that have
compiled with the law up to nineteen,
and thre or four mor ar arranging to
mad th deposit.
TO CUBB A COLO IN OHK DAI
Take Laxative Bromo Qulnlu Tablet.
All druggist refuud the money If It fail
to cur. H6c Th genulu ha L.B. Q.
on each tablet.
Saala f Klaetloa.
Th republicans, a dated In a special
dispatch to TBI ClTIZKN yesterday alter.
noon, carried th capital city with
grand sweep. J. R. Hudson wa elected
mayor over J. W. Walker by 1&0 vote;
11. A. urtll defeated fedro Delsado for
clerk by 66 votes; 8. 0. Cartwrlght wal
loped o. Bplti for treasurer by 148 ma
jority. All th reDUbllran candidate
tor aldermen and board ot education were
Tb Lwullas; Mall Kltraoi.
Malt Nutrlns Is th only really great
extract ot malt offered on tb market,
other so called extracts being bottling
better thau strong black beer with a
large percentage of alcohol aud very
small ou of extractive matter. Buch
extracts should not be given or recom
mended to oouvaleMveut or strength
seeking people, since tbelr merit are all
on the label aud not lu the bottle. Malt
Nutrlue Is prepared by tbe famous An-heuser-BuHch
Brewing Association, which
fact guarantee the purlly, excellence
aud merit claimed for It.
The cycling season Is uow opening and
tbe prevailing question U, "M her can I
get tbe beet wheel for th money I car
to Invest?" Let n know your price. W
are certain to bav wheel that wlU tit
It, W bave good wheel only, bnt bav
many tyle at many pries. HshoACo.
lleautr I Ulood Uesp.
ijcan uiooq uncus a eiaao sain- iv
betuly without it. Cssearsis, Csady Cslksr
Uu elssu your blood sud actp ii c.n, by
miruia vj iui t7 uvw loq unviilfl ail UU'
piuii-.ss fi nn ins body. Uin to-cUy to
bauiili pillules, boils, blotcbw, blscluisads,
sud Uitt nckly bilious complexion by ukixi
umrV""llir or UBCSUIS. AU1IIU
guts, astulavtiva (uaraatvsd, Vk, Sot, foe.
NEW MEXICO NEWS
From the Recnnl.
Rev. hhode has so far this year put out
10.000 fruit trees, moxtly apple.
Charley Hnlliird has been appointed In
spector for Chaves county by the Teril
torlal Cattle Bmltarv hoard.
Smith Lea write from Kin Kraucleco
to hi I rolher, K. P. I, that hewl. l
start for the Klondike In a few day.
C. B. WlllliiHhim la having a six acre
reservoir built at hU big well acroes the
Pecos and will irrigate a larxe tract of
0. A. Richardson, Knq.. ba beeu luvtt
ed to deliver the Hoeing exertlses ad'
dress before the IVnilng blgh school on
May 31, and Is considering same.
Mis Hannah Rlackstone, having tin
ished her terra ot school In the West
Grand Plain district, departed for her
bom at Uagerman. Bhe gave universal
satisfaction, and made many friends.
who hope to sea her return.
toin lb CrrueL
Work will be resumed on the Jumbo at
Mr. Hughe and two children, Mrs,
LeOrande and family, and Mr. Bert
Pratt, tbe typhoid fever subjects at Mid
night, ar all rapidly recovering.
Ik Anderson, the lease of the Mid
night mine. Is rapidly putting that pro
perty lu shape for extensive work. Ten
men ar now employed la tb mine and
mill and th fore will be Increased from
day to day.
iiiMxi uur af minus,
Jsmei Hot Bprluga, April 6. 0. L.
Baloomb, from Bland, after a thre
weeks' stay and taking twelv baths, left
n last Bslurday perfectly cured from a
very severe attack of Inflammatory rheu
matism Andrew Bcbaub, th jovial and good
natured wet good nierchaut from old
town, could nut Dud relief of hie aggra
vated eas of dropsy ber and wa taken
back to bl bom by our piwlmaaur, Col.
Capt. John Tetard, who 1 still with Ui
and lutend to slay tor om time yet, 1
improving steadily to bis eutlre eat Isf ac
tion. Aug. Rohne, a young man who wai
taking a course of baths tor muscular
rheumatism, left yesterday with our
freighter, Cha. Loddy, greatly benefited,
(ieo. Green, nephew ot our townsman,
Hugh Murray, came np from Albuquer
que with the latter, to take car of bis
large interest at th Baa Antonio
J. W. Miller, with hi family, bas Just
arrived from Jemet pueblo for a pro
longed visit with friend. Jim
From tb Optic.
Th fruit tree peddler 1 beginning to
make himself conspicuous among the
A. R Lewis, brother of th Lewi boy
ot thl city, was th lucky man In a
drawing that took place lu Kansas City,
it being a 1180 flu black bora.
It Is learned, with pleasure, that C. M.
Adams, who left ber for Raton a few
mouth ago, engaging In business in
that city, may return ber and resume
hi old position with the Agu Pura
Conductor L. E. Oyster and bride left
for Lainy, where he ba fitted np a neat
little cottage. The Oysters were recently
married In Kansas, and stopped oft In tbe
city on a visit to friend en route bom.
Deposition ar being taken lu aa Im
portant land case, situated la Arkansas,
before T. B. Mills, who was referee In th
case. Th transfer of th laud wa made
In 1874. Judge John Mitohell, ot Peru,
Indiana, Is representing the defendant
and John J. Loveland, ot the same place.
1 actlug tor th prosecution.
O. L. Gregory, of this city, ha received
word from hi brother, A. B. Gregory, ot
Frankllu, Neb, of the burning of the
latter barn. Th building contained
five valuable horse and three cows, all
of which perished In the flame, with th
exception ot one cow which broke loose
aud escaped, though badly bnrned. The
damage was at least $300, and what ren
dered It more difficult to bear wa the
fact that tb Or wa undoubtedly ot In
Cristobal Garcia, who at tb last term
of court wa to have been tried for adul
tery, after having an attorney appointed,
eouclnded to pierce tb barren wilder-
Dee rather than th shield of the law, so
h left very unceremoniously the day hi
eas wa set tor trial much to th regret
ot his bondsman, who after a long chase
and some expense, captured tb gentle
man near the Mexican Una. Before go
ing so far, however, he stopped off at
Golden and took onto himself a wife, aud
it wa upon ber account that Judge Mills
gav Cristobal only all month In th
pen, Wednesday morning, npon hi plea
of guilty, Tuesday.
LAND OFFICB BUSINESS.
Homtiteid and bcierl Land Entrlci
The followlns entrlea war mails and
flual certificate Issued In th Santa Ft
land office for th week endlDg Tuesday,
Santa F county Martin Baca 89 77
acre; Baslllo Perea, lt)0 acre.
Ban Miguel eonnty Luciano Quin
tans, 160 acre; Joe d la Crux Apodaca,
Guadalupe couuty-Catarlno Tenorio.
ISO acres; Albluo Mare. 160 acre.
DE8EBT LAND INTB1IS.
Mora county-Fell Meatus, 160 acre.
Marcelo Medina, eighty acre.
San Juan county Llewellyn Pelkev.
forty acres; David K. Crafts, 100 acre.
Valencia eouutv Juan de Diia Silas.
160 acres; Pedro Lopet, 160 acres; Emlllo
Luoero, HU.93 acres.
Arwr th roaatala Mardsrsrs.
Orders have been Issued bv th exsen.
tlv to Major Van Patten, at La Cruee.
to bold his thre companies of territorial
national guards In readiness for dntv
npon call or order from th governor to
report at one to Bbsrin Patrick F. Gar
rett, of Dona Ana eoouty, (or tb par
put ot preserving tb Min. keen
and order or to aet a a do to aid
ur1B In making arrest. Till action
wa oaa oj uovtmor Otero u It wa re-
ported by ths propr ofnslals and leading
cltlxens ot Hon a Ana county that trouble
might arise over th arrest of the msn
charged with th murder of Ailert i.
Konntaln and 12 year-old son, or that an
attempt to rescue the men already ar
rested and In Jail, charged with thl of
fense, might he mads.
Hon. T. B. Catron ha been employed
y Governor Otero on behalf of the ter
ritory to lst IHftrlct Attorney John D.
Hrvan. of Dona Ana county, and W, B.
Chlldere, Ki employed by the citizens,
in the prosecution of the men charged
with the murder of the 1st Albert J.
Fountain and his 12 year old son, on Ktb,
lliirklra'r Arnira Halvs.
Th bent halve ,u th worl I for rnts.
bruite-t, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever
Siires, tetter, chapped hand, chilblains.
Corns and all skin eruptions, and post
tlv.'ly cures piles, or no i ay. It Is guar
anteed to give perfict sulisfactlou or
uniiiev refunded. Price, 2o cents per box.
rnr sale by an aruggisi. J. u. u Hieliy
Vlrlnry Wants a Kort uap.
Kf -Bollcltor General Victory, being of
th rpliilun that he may get some of ths
territory's public (units a solicitor gen
era! de Jure or de facto or In some other
manner, hss filed a protest with ths and
I tor of the territory, stating that b wa
solicitor general and entitled to th pay
and emoluments of the efflce, say th
New Mexican. If the auditor take any
notice of Mr. Victory' position the
chance are that the law will be Invoked
against him. There ar severs penalties
prescribed for failure ot duty on the part
i f the auditor. The beat lawyers agre
that It Is ths auditor's duty to recognlx
th governor' commission aud th crtl
dcates of appolntuienU Died by the sec
retary of the terrl'ory aud ofllccrs ap
pointed In bl office.
Two years sgo R. J. Warren, a drua-
gisi at rieasaiu urook, . I., bought a
small supply ot Chamberlain' Cough
Remedy, lie sums up tbs result aa fol
lows: "At that tlms the goods wer un
known in nils section; to-day Chamber
lain's C 'ligh Remedy la a household
word." It Is the same In huudrens of
communities. W herever th good Quali
ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy b
eome known tbe people will have noth
ing else. For sale by all druggista.
ray ol ths Solicitor Oaasral.
It I understood tiiat Auditor Maroellno
Garcia declined to pay th (alary tor th
month of March of Solicitor General K.
U Bartlett. Tb latter thl forenoon
Died a petition for a mandamus direct
ing the auditor to comply with the let
ter aud the spirit of the law aud draw a
warrant for the solicitor general' salary
tor March In favor of Kdward L. Bartlett.
This maudumus Issued out of the court
ot thl district was served on the auditor
at 3 o'chttk thl afternoon and that of'
fleer bad the good sense and Judgment to
pay prompt and Instant attention to th
same and draw warrant for the par-
mi nt ot the salary ot th aolloltor gen
eral, as directed In the mandamus. This
Is a little hard on the claim of ex-Bo-
licltor General J. P. Victory, but I In ac
cordance with the law and tb equltabl
phase ot th case. Tb law is lupremt
and must take It course. New Mexican.
Haw Coal Oil Iaupsstor.
Kxicunvi Orricg, )
Santa, Ke, N. M., April 6. 181)8. J
Whereas, A vacaucy ha occurred in
the oulce of coal oil Inspector for the ter
ritory of New Mexico, by reason of th
resignation this day of W. K. Martin,
wbo was appointed to said ouloe duriuir
the last territorial legislature.
Now, therefore, 1, Miguel A. Otero, gov
ernor ot tbe territory ot New Mexloo, by
virtue of tbe authority In me vested, and
for the purpose of tilling said vacancy,
caused by the resignation ot the said
Martin, do this day appoint Hon. John H.
Clark, ot Ka,t Las Vegas, county of Ban
Miguel ami territory ot New Mexico, to
fill the office of territorial coal oil in
spector for the eaid terillory tor ths un
expired term for which tbe said Martin
Done at llin executive olllcs this, ths 6th
day of April, A. U. lMit.
n ltuivts my hund and the great seal of
the territory of New Mexloo.
I Heal. J UIGl'Sb A. OTERO,
Governor Territory New Mexloo.
By the Governor:
UKOHGK 11. n A1XACE,
Secretary ot New Mexloo.
W. B. Martin and Johu B. Clark met in
this city last ulgtit, the former comlDg
up from Socorro and the latter being a
passenger from Las Vegas. Mr. Martin
stated that he sent In his resignation to
the governor several weeks ago, and that
the governor notified him a few days ago
that his reslgnaltou had been accepted,
which was followed immediately by the
appointment of Mr. Clatk. Mr. Martin
returned to Socorro this morning, while
the new Inspector remalus In the city to
get acquainted with those who bandl
coal oil and desire his service.
SchiUhif's Best baking
powder keeps, and does per
fect work, in all climates:
wet, dry, hot, cold.
Your money back at
your grocer's if you do not
like it. tu
Wlna lot Bala.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only 60 cent a gallon at C. A. Grande's
a north Broadway.
tas Vcat Klaellua.
Tb republicans, for soms reason,
wers In a disorganized condition at East
Las Vegas, and allowed the democratic
candidates to win. Cour t defeated Fort
for mayor by 219 votes; Tamme captnred
the clerkship over Rankin by 300; Perry
was elected treasurer by 145 over Clark.
Ihe aldermanlo candidate and member
ot the school board wer elected by
Hlgheat Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pur (lrspc Crrsnj ol Tsrtsr Pvwdsf.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
1. ' VJ
1 1-list Publiratlon April 6, I8U9 )
UKUinaNLli KO. .
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Council
ot tbe City ot Albuquerque, N. M.:
feci lou 1. that J.sepu t . BeMriilge,
Krauk K. Hturges, J. u. Aibrlgbt, of said
euy, aud niiuaiu beagrove Hagill, ot
New luik, tbeir belts, executors or as
sigus,are bereuy empowered aud granted
tue right to construct, uialnlaiu aud
operate by electric or compressed air
power a Hue ot street railway lu, upon
and along all at reel, way aud puatugts
aud their intersections uow laid out and
accepted by tne city authorities of Albu
querque, New Mexico
two. is. Ibat tb authorisation con
veyed by tbe prroeding sevlloii to tbe
parties therein named snail constitute a
iraucblse lor such street railway upeia-
tinu throughout the city of Albuquerque, !
New Mexioo, for a peiiodot twenty uve
years from tbe date ot the pitesags of this
ordinance upou the following coudilious
first lb partle to whom tills frau
ebtse I granted hereby agree to con
struct and operate at least two miles of ,
tbe road within eighteen mouths after
the dale of tbe oassaire of this ordinance.
hecoud Belor in franchise men
Honed In th last section shall become
Vested or said partle therein mentioned
hall tsj authorised to locate, coualruct
or malutalu smd street railway on any
or either of the street of the city Albu
querque aforesaid, tney shall present a
petitiou to tb mayor aud city council
signed by the owner ot the laud repre
senting lbs northern oue halt ot ihe
froutage ot each and every street or part
of street that is sought to be used for
such street railway purpose.
1 bird And It l lurtber provided that
tb portlea mentio ned, ou accepting the
rights and pnvlleges herein giauwd,
shall deposit In ou ot lb bank or lu
some other equally safe depotdtory lu
the city ot Albuquerque, on thousand
dollar (t 1,000), to be a forfeit to
the city if they shall tall to com
mence and execute the work ot
constructing and operatlug said street
railway aooordiug to tbe terms. Condi
tions aud limitations set forth lu this
ordinance; said sum to b deposited with
in sixty day after lb aooeptauc of thl
fourth It 1 further provided that un
til tb city sliall reach a population ot
Ufteeu thousand tubabitauto, there shall
uot be any license or charge against said
street railway or operating machinery
thereof other than the general city tax.
but when Ihe population of the city shall
reach tlfteen thousand lubabttsul a li
cense of thirty dollar per auuuiu shall
be paid upou each car used aud operated
upon said road; and when Ihe population
ot the city iball reach twenty thousand
Inhabltout ther shall be paid a lloeuse
of fifty dollars per anuum for each car so
used on said road.
Fifth The right and privileges here
in couferred to tne partlea named by the
paseage ot thl oidlnance shall nut be In
terpreted as exclusive; but It I hereby
agreed by th mayor and city ciuoell of
Albuquerque, New Mexico, of the first
part, by the persoua herein named of the
secoud part, that from the data upon
which tb construction ot thl street
railway la commenced, no other rights.
privileges or rraucutse lor a street rail
way within the city limits shall it
grauted by th city authorities until tii
time allowed by this ordinance and stip
ulated in the preceding eectlou. eluhteeu
muntna, snail nave expired, subject, bow
ever, to the conditions and limitations of
section two, and to bave uo effeot upon
rights now existing.
bees, run authority fr ths con
struction of tb road-bed, the laying and
matiilenauce of the tie, rails, eiuaie or
double track, switches, poles, aud wires
shall be suhjuct to the approval of the
mayor aud council, aud other usual fix
tures aud appliance lubereut In tbe con
struction aud operation of an electric
street railway la hereby granted to the
partle herein named with tbe exorees
coudltlon that all construction shall cm
form to tbe grades ot the streets already.
or In the future to be, established; thai
suitable crossings at all lutersectlug
points of the public highway with street
railway line must be maintained
by the operator of said railway
In iu-b a manner aa to cause no public
lucoiiveuieuce; aud upou said operators
rest the charge aud maintenance of tbe
portion of tbe public highway as shall be
ncludi d between Its tracks aud two feet
on each side of the road track or tracks
In such mauner as render It at all times
safe and proper roudway for vehicles,
aud In kind of pavement to coutorm with
that of the streets used.
bee. t. The validity of this franchise
shall depend upon the strict con forma
tion or tbe operators to the embodied
coudttlous and continuous operation of
such line as may be constructed by them
under the terms of this grant exception
made for strike, accideut ot flootl. tire
or other force major.
bee. o. 'i be said line of street ra wav
shall not Interfere with tbe dralnsge or
water system ot said city, which reserves
all rights to Intersect tbe Hue at all
points where the needs of ltspreseutor
future water aud sewage system may re
lbrotianout tne lira or tills franchise
tbe operators hereby agree to charge a
rare for acn passeuger not exceeding
bv cents, with transfer ou Intersecting
Uu or line of th aaid comuauy for
each continuous trip from polut to point
wiinin tne euy limit now or berearter
to b established, the conveyance of pas
senger to be performed In asafe manner
and with due regularity aud dispatch.
nee. 0. lbe oneratora of said street
railway shall be liable for all damage to
lit or property resulting from tb neg
ligence ot the operator, their employe
or faulty construction, euulumeut or
maintenance of tb street railway sys
8eo. 7. Any Interference with the
right embodied In this franchise, the
obstruction of ths track to delay the pas
sage of cars, destruction or Inlurv of anv
part ot the equipment or property ot this
street railway system shall constitute a
misdemeanor and be Diiulsbable bv hue
ot not iew man nv nor mor than on
hundred dollars, or by Imprisonment for
a period ot not less than three uor more
thau slity days, or both,
bee. 8. This ordinance shall take ef
feet aud b la full force upon iti passage.
8. Acdhigbt, Mayor.
JODN 8. TbimDLX. City Clerk.
Doal Tohtw Isll as (suss tour Mrs lsf.
To quit tobarca silly and lorSTor. be nut
netio. lull ol Ills, nerrs and vigor, take No 'lu
Bu. taswouitsr-worksr, thai niaSes waali nit-a
strong. All drusvUt. toe or SI. Cururo
Med Booklsl and s.mjp.s frea AJdrem
Starling Ksoiedy Co., Chicago or New Vor
Ar lea la llf
Havynnanw Jeweled belt? It not.
wbr not? Perhaps you bav not yet
seen ours, uo so at one.
to Cur Courptlo
TW. Cuvj'u's C oulv I'uil.
If II II. U foil lu mm il-iuv'-
, r . i." l'e or
i.i r fuml tuouoy
Liberty chiffon, something new, at
in uoldeu Bule lry Good oouipauy.
Lamp and trimming. Whitney Co
Crockery sud glassware. Whitney Co
Be On ihe Safe Side...
and have your prescription, filled
at our store from the, purest drug
and chemicals and by a graduate
of pharmacy. If it is not con
venient for you to send them to
u we will send for and deliver
them to you.
yi OMR CO.
of the par value of $100 ma
turing in 1925, and bearing- in
terest at the rate of 4 per cent
per annum sells today for
I he Goli Debentures of the
Equitable Lite Assurance So
ciety (issued at the maturity of
the Gold 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
wr rnr, i i r.it rtai ..
"Snotif 1 In the World."
WALTER N. PARK HURST,
General Manager, j
Nsw Msx!c and Arizona Dept. ;
Albuquerque, N. M. j
OKA MS Oa'KKA. HOUSE
All this wees, the monarch of rp riolir,
EDNA PAIGE and
Support fi by Ihflr own mipffb company m
rcttfrioiip in inr imp! niiccrMtui mia
din. lii-twrrn U.e a ta m h umUt
rrrarminK i?tc-zj nntniirn piruret of for
tiun and doineiUc ubjecU, including
A. Genuine imniNl. Hull Fitfht.
LA DIM mil MONDAY NIOHT OffLY.
Pspalnr frif. HrnM on aale at uaual
pine inurntuy niurmngai Hu ckK-k,
WALL Pf PHL
Wholesale and Retail, from
ii ytz to $4 per double roll.
THE BEE HIVE
112 West Gold Avenue.
win scorrs emulsion
cure consumption Yes and
2 no Will it cure every case?
No. What cases will It cure
5 then ? Those in their earlier
1 stsg-es, especially in young:
2 people. We make no ex a g;-
geratci claims, but we have
) positive evidence that the
5 early use of
I Scott's Emulsion
of Cod-liver oil with Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda
in these cases results in a
positive cure to large num
ber. In advanced cases, how
ever, where cure is impox!
blc this well-known remedy
should be relied upon to prolong-
J sos. hi4 n dni(ltta
? SCOTT 4 SOWN B, OwnUu, Hn Ysrk.
i.ow riders in (.Kocr ki'.s.
Thro pnckHK Lynn CoflH tor. . . .$
Krtwb KauMis skk, two doxso
Natlvs rfgn, mt Uolfll
Duulisiu slirmlileil eovosnut. per lb .
Good hskliiK (Niwiler, t lbs
SWilllinti'H limt 1h k 1 1 (f sixls, 3 Its. .
All ths UHt brands of laundry soap
Gold HuNt waHlilug powder, pur pk. .
Four cans of oxst lj
Silver Gloss starch, X p&i'ksiros
l iner or wiu viutKar, iwryui
I, nor olive oil, per gal
Kin est ou Ky or Uoiirbou. per qt.
California until limudy. per at...
And anything elx la the groceries or
Iqtior 1 ns at l l rwk prices Ht
Nu-Tu-lla for K'iy C fill.
(Jusruiitet-il .itkwvo i.tni rurii, li.ni wesk
lusu Alruutf, Uiuuil iur. tnw.si. .'i.l (Uuk..ihw
For next thirty ilsys I will pay liltjlient
raeh price for houK-hold rimhIs of eery
rtewri pi lou, Don't sell until you get my
bid. I. A. WlllTTkN, 114 Uold STeullS.
Wot O.sr ririjr f r.
A.N Old and Wei.l-Thiku Bemedt.
Sirs. VMnnlow's HuoIIiiuk Hyrup has
been nted for over fifty years by millions
of mothers tor Ihelr children while teeth
ing, with perfect siicceH. it soothes th
child, softens th itnniH, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. It Is pleaeaut to th taste.
Sold by druifglHtH lu every part ot th
world Tweniy-flvs cents aMtls. Its
rains I Incnlculable. lie sure aud ask
for Mrs. t luslovt's Boothlug Hyrup, aud
tak uo other kind.
Call at "The Oreea Kront" sho stor
tor rhlldreu'i and ulnae' sandal and
oxfords, black nJ tan, Istest styles, 6 to
8,85 cents; 8 to 11, wo cents; Utot,
$1) ladle' oxfords, fl. W, Chaplin, proprietor.
Whilcomb Springs and Hsalth Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A.11 the Year.
Good atcoiro.Utions at reasonable fates. The following is the
analysis cf one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains pT gallon igjj
t'nK i,nn sulphate, grans ptr g ill'n ........ . 1. 4460
CaK ium citbonat.;, grains pr gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, graius per gallon I.$lU8
Toal j 1.3371
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
tor the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
3Tutv.RX2 f5X KAOII "WA.7E",
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
, II. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
JOHN WICKSTROM, Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquors and Cigars, Imported and Domestic,
Served to All Patrons.
NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
W. V. FUTli
I ir ,- - I Wholes",! and
Cor. First and Gold,
( mi-203 First Ht.
f 100 Bold are.
Always la Stock
First St. and Lead
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata m IpMlaltv.
Farm and Freight Wagons I
5 l iLL37r--
Good Goods at Low Prices.
118 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Th newest and best goods from th
leading potUrw ot th world, in wholesale
or retail. Choke Ub'e ware, elegant toilet
sets, beautiful vasrst a full line of glassware,
bar goods, lamp chimneyt and burner,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and do Us.
118 SOUTH FIRST8TRERT
1 0. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and t xcliuoyed. 1 Iighest
cash price paid for all kinds of household jjoods. (i-i
others' bit's and we will see them 10 per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on in.iulrit.nu
TXTo. 1 1 X IVTor
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .. .'. .-.
Steam Sausage Factor'.
31 A 8 ONI C TEMPLE,
EMIL KLEIN WOBT, Prop
Mi ild Chrsp for Ch or on
ths Insullmpnt Plsn. Alw,
lentrd at ressuasLlc rates.
( Albuquerque, New Mexico.
8lui ralait. lu .
THrrlaM lb Largest u4
tlosl SiHita stock of
-istafle : groceries:-
T Iw lowmi Month.
ALBUOUERO'JE. N. M.
A complete Stock cf the
Douglas Shoes , ml Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Lace Shoes of All
- N. M.
Muiafs.lnreruf snd D&Jw
Tb Bast RsUrn Uds Vsbivls.
Pine Uoi-ie-Shoelnf a Specialty.
Batisfaclloa QurauUl In all Work
Rspalrtiiir. Palotinir so l Trimmiof
Lions on Hburt Nolle. 1 1 1 1 i 1 t
!bop, Corner Copper it. ind Flnt St.,
Aucovaaqva, N. M.