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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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ri'HLlNIIKI D4II.I AHU WltlU,
Associated Prsaa Aftornnon Tslfftrams.
Official Fsper of BsrnalilloCnniitr.
Official Papsr of City of Albiiqnsrqn.
largsst City iinil Cnnnty Ircnlatlon
Th Laryvt Mew Usilro Circulation
Larrsat North Arizona Circulation
ALBUQl'KKQl'K, APRIL II. lHi8
Miolstsr Woodford tu gtn hi pasa
porU thli morning by the Spanish au
thorities. He did not get to dsllvsr th
altlmatnm of the American congress,
Thl action on tbe part of Spain la a
practical declaration of war by that
Voo en get the war newt Urnt by tak
ing Tbi Daily Citiij.
Jcbt now Mr. Bryan Is a very mnall
factor In American affairs.
Tbk American fleet next week
blockade all the porta of Cuba.
Tbi expenses of Han Migusl county
tbe past year amounted to
Tbi Citizen has a larger circulation
tban any Utiur two daily iiewripupers In
Thb SpanUb-Auierloaus of New Veiloo
are aiuo.il solidly in favor of tbe Cuban
insurgent and against Hpaln.
In tbe war witb Bpaln tbe United
State will not eueourage piracy. No
privateer will be employed.
TBI ladle of Albuquerque owe it to
tlMiuselve to provide tbe National Guard
of tbe city wltb neat battle flag.
Tbi war with ttpaln will be ended by
tbe Fourth o( July, wben tbe people of
tbe Dulled Blah mu bare a big celebra
Got. Otsro will take pride in seeing to
It that tbe troops from New Mexico In a
war with Spalu are well equipped suil
Lit everyone turn out and work for
tbe great sprlug fair and racing carnival.
It U going to be the biggest thlug Albu
querque ever had.
Tux Spanish corte will Indignantly
reject the ultimatum, aud active hostili
ties between bpaln aud this country may
be expected poco pronto.
SPAIN baa never fought a first-class
battle, and tbe war wltb tbe I'ulted
State may give that nation a chance to
redeem It Inglorious record.
Tun couutry not ouly baa tbe men and
tbe money and the mule and the grub,
but it has tbe coal, loo. L'ncle Ham U iu
good condition for auy sort of a tight.
Tbebi is no plant winch animal ao
detest as tbe castor oil plant. A goat
will starve rather tban eat it, and those
destroyers of every thlug green, the locust
aud army worm will not feed upon IU
In our couieet wltb bpaln, great ma
jority of tbe people of Kugland believe
that we are wholly in tne right and pur
suing a course Identical with British
policy in putting an end to tbe appalling
mUgoverumeut of Bpaln in Cuba.
i . -.
An official estimate of the population
of tbe Australian colonies at the end of
J8U7 place It at 4.410,124. Wben tbe
census of 18'Jl wa takn, tbe number
was given at a.80U,8li5. Thus the Increase
in six year amouuted to 13.75 per cent
by far tbe largest portion of this Increase
wa in western Australia.
A most acceptable addition to tbe
United blate army will be Sousa aud his
famous band. This popular musician de
sire to attach himself to a New York reg
iment by way of gratifying a grudge
against bpalu growing out of the perse
cution of bis father, who was a Spaniard
aud was exiled by the crown.
Tbkhi Is a great deal of maudlin sym
pathy wasted on the queen regent of
Hpaln by the persou who do not remem
ber that she Is bead and front of a gov
ernment responsible for Weyler. The
world tails to understand bow an A us
trlan princes can so far forget ber clvtll-
i at ion as to permit the murder aud starv
ing of hundreds of thousands of her help
less subjects Without proteeU
It is a curious fact that red-balred
people are far less apt to go bald than
those wltb other colored bair. The aver
age crop on me Dead of a red-haired per
son is ouly iiy.SJO hairs. Ordinary dark
hair is far liner, aud over three dark hair
take up the space of one red one; lo&.ornj
is about the average. But fulr-balred
people are still better tff; W,iM Is quite
a common number of hairs on tbe scalp
of a tair hairid man or woman.
TO llltllllH 1UK LIS. AO.
When the men of the regular aud vol
unteer armies go into action in a war
with Hpaln, they will wear around tbelr
Decks little tag ot aluminum so that
tbey may be identified It found later on
th field of battle.
In tbe last war it wa often Impossible
to propei ly Identify dead soldiers and
thousands were burled In grave as "tin
ideullflfd." Tbe war departmeut bat
prepared tbi system ot Identification
A id it has been decided that on eaob tag
ahull b the ntimral salirned each man
on the mnter rolls with tha letter of Ma
conipsnr, bnUi ry or tr vp an1 his rf I
menu These tag will be sent to th
troops In th south whn It Is evident
that a fight Is on hand.
spai will rmiir.
Thr is on h p la Washington that
Spain will aurrendor th parl of tha An
tilles p.tcalir, for s'ls llH dispelled
every ahred of hop. 8ha will n t aur
render the g.'tn of her crown Jewels with
out a hnw of buttle tiiat shall aatify the
sentiment known as Castllllnu h.inor.
The Washington authorities ar iu tha
dark aa to Spain's p' in of action.
She may rink all ! i a naval battle off
the coast of Porto li.i'o.
She may scatter lit-r warxhlps, awoop
down on American seaboard cities and
seek vengeance In bombardment.
She may bold her navy e n the other
aide of the Atlantic to Invite attack uuder
condition most favorable to herself.
The American tacllciana have consid
ered all these posNibllltles and are pre
pared for them.
The knell of Spanish dominion In
America Is sounded, and the end Is fore-
Spain may makea ahara resistance and
then appeal to the power to let her down
ey and aave th throne to the reigning
dynasty; but no intervention of the pow
ers will lie accepted by ths I'ulted Bute
that does not provide tor the Independ
ence of Cuba.
SONS Or k.1 KHANS.
While the mauy orgauitallous talked
about who will enter the service in case
of war, the aous of Veleraua should not
be forgotten, a wben the time comes
lhy will respond promptly to tbe call of
their country, it Is not necessary for
tbeiu to offer their service at this time.
as their oaths taken when they Joined
the organisation are sulllcleut guarantees
of their willingness to serve their coun
try when the call la made tor volunteers
I he Patriotic Order Hons of America Is
another order strictly in llue and cau be
relied upou whn the tluis comes for re
sponding to a call tor troops.
WuT not pjy out the money boarded
la tbe city treasury and stop tbe Interest
drain on several thousand dollar lu city
I ha Arvlle .aptaltlia.
It la rumored lu oilicial circle that
goveruuieul contemplate sending an ex
pedition lo the Arctic Circle uuuug tiie
eueuiug year, luis, 11 is said will com
prise euiiueut navigator, geographers.
uaturaliala ami anlioiiomets. ineie cau
oe little doubt Hist diecoverlea will be
tuaiie o( me utmost importance to soi
euce. However ueelul liitwe may be tliry
ctu never excel Hie value of lliat uleoov
ery so I raugut wuu omieUt lo the human
race lluetetiei's Blouiacu Hitlers, ilns
truly eetiiuaoie uiwiiciue has acme veil a
r. puunou lor curative aud preventive
lUjcieiicy lu easr ut luuiaauic Ulaeaeea
ajhicn has never bad a parallel lu me bis
wry o( luedlcine. It cures aud preveuta
malaria, Chruuic (tjnpcpeia, biiiiuUHiiess,
rueuuiailsm, kidney and bladder com
plaints aud ueivuua alhueUtM.
Waltl Wul Walt I
I have Just received word that my or
Jer for IjuUO ladies' low -cut shoes, or
dered last wluier (or lbs sprlug trade,
oauuol be oouulermaudedas many ot Ibe
aUia have already been made. 1 will
Met some rare bargain iu mis llue ol
suue as suou as luey arrive, which will
oe wilhlu ten daya or two weeks, ihe
slock will ooulaiu all sixes aud It win
pay Intending purchasers to wait uutll
hey arrive. A. blMTlktt.
Americans are the most Inventive peo
ple ou earth, lo llieui have beeu Issued
ueany bov.uuJ paleuta, or more than oue
.hlrd of all the patents issued lu lbs
ayof lil. No discovery of modern years
lias been of greater beneill to mankind
tiiau ChauiberJaiu'e Colic, Cholera aud
Uiarrhie nemedy, or has done more to re
lieve eutleriug aud pain. J. W. Vauiru.
of Oaktou, ny- ays: "I bave used
.'hamberlaiu'a Colic, Cholera aud Ijiar-
rhue Keiuedy In my family lor several
years, aud hud it to be Hie best medlciue
1 ever used (or cramps tn the stomach
aud bowels." For sale by all drui gists.
pansloa Xmoiibiui Hoard.
The pension examluliig board Bra.
Pearce, wroth aud Aubrliit held a reg
ular meeting at the oUics ot Or. Pearo
yesterday aud examiued six anuli-
cauls for pensions, ll Is learned thai au
old soldier up In the Naciuneuto Couu
try recently applied for a pension, aud i
u umber ot hut neighbors swore that he
was bedridden from the effects of wouuds
received durlug war days. Delegate t er
guseou appealed to the board to visit this
applicant aud examine him tor a pen
siou. ihe board refused to make the
trip, aud in cousequeuce the applicant
appeared In the city to be examiued, not
in a bedridden couditlon, but a pretty
well muu. Ot course be will not gel a
Th OraaUat UUeoverjr tat.
W. M. Kcptiie, editor Tiskilwa, III.
Chief, says: "We won't keep house with
out Br. King' New Discovery lor cou
sumption, ooughs aud colds. Kinerl
men led wltb mauy others, but never got
the true remedy uutll we used Br. King's
.ew uiscovery. do otuer remedv cau
take lis place In our home, as tu It we
nave a certain aud sure cure for coughs.
oolda, whouplug cough, etc." it is Idle to
experiment with other remedies, even it
they are urged ou you as Just as good as
ur. mug s .ew Discovery, i hey are not
as good, because this remedy has a record
of cures and besides Is guaranteed. It
never falls, irial bottles free at J. 11.
O'Hielly A Co.' drug store.
Call at "The Green Kruut" shoe store
for children a aud misses' sandals aud
oxfords, black aud Ian. latest si v lei. tt to
S. 5 cents; Mi to 11, uo cents; 11 to tt.
i ; lauies oxioras, ai. rt . tuapiiu, pro
Wine fur Sala.
Native wine, pure aud healthful, at
only bo ceuu a gallou at C. A. (jraude's
AX north Broadway.
fur Out titxr taara.
An Old and Weli-Thiku hxukuT.
Mrs. VN lusiow's Hoothlug Hyrup has
heeu useil for over filly years by millions
of mothers lor their children while teeth
lug, with perfect success, it soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all paiu,
cures wind colic, aud is the beet remedy
for diarrhoea, ll Is pleasaut to the lasle.
Sold by druggists iu every part of the
world. ieuiy-Uve cents a bottle. Its
value i Incalculable. Be sure aud ask
(or Mrs. w lusiow's Hoolbiug Hjrup, aud
labs no other kind.
Mrs. L. L. Wy uie, who is known to
halt a dm.-n liberal creditors lu this city,
is again lu tumble. A Kiiiwuuu, Art
xoiia. letter stales that Alia, wjalle
showed up there a few days ago as lbs
authorixeil coi respondent aud agent of
the magazine "Land of Huiishiue," but It
soon leuked out that she was playing a
double game, representing the Lo Au
geies Herald, although ber expeuses were
being put up by th "Laud ut Sua
Word reached tbi city yesterday, glv
Ing the Information that Joe. Uauip-on,
well-known here, hail secured a big rail
road contract down In Mexico extending
for a distance of over 700 mile.
H. 1. Kmerson, assistant cashier of th
Hank of Commerce, waa at his post of
duty to day, afier a short spell of tick-
ALONG THE STEEL RAILS.
Latest tiemi of Mllroul tntcrcM Gs'b
crc trmn onr Exchiegti,
WIAT TBI IMriOTIl All DCIRO.
Th snow plows Imvs been removed
from the Hunts Ke engine.
C. C. Kverhart bai accepted a p ieiiton
In the freight department of the hanta
Ke at Lns Vegas.
Chief Knglneer II. A. Simmer, of the
Kl Paso Northeastern, hiut located hi
olH.'e la I .a I.nx.
Harry Kartell ha left bis desk a
night freight agent at l,v Vegas and ac
cepted a position in the yards there as a
Within twelve months brskemen on
the Northeastern will be calling nut "AI
amngnrdo; change cars for Kresnal, Pino
flpririg-t. Upper Penasco and Weed."
Twenty men will cnt across the bed
rock near the Hants Ke Pacific pump
house at Kingman and make a reservlor
to catch the water that (1 ws down the
Koadmaster Klliott has a large force of
men at work In the yards at Las Vegas
removing the old rails and relaying the
yards throughout with Ho p Hind Besse
mer steel rails.
The railroad grade Is now about com
pleted to Bog Canyon, ten miles south of
Alamngordo. Track laying Is completed
to this side of IheJariila mountains,
says the Sacramento Chief.
Dr. II. K. Stroud, of Phoenix, received
notice of bis appointment as surgeon of
the Maricopa A Phoeuix A Halt Klver
Valley railroad to succeed the late Br.
Helm, since whnss death tbe office ha
A force ot surveyors, under command
of James Glraud, are measuring off the
ground for additional railroad track for
the Hagluaw Southern llue, operated by
tbe Saginaw Lnniher company, out ou
theHauta K Paoiutf.
Four separate parties of engineers are
now at work doing railroad work Dear
La Lux. One party I surveying the
main line of railroad, one surveying the
Alumngordo towuslte and two outdts are
at work In the Kresnal canon surveying
the Sacramento mouutalu branch.
The Santa Ke Pacific railroad company
has beeu Improving It Klngslaff yards
and tracks near the depot during the last
few dajrs, says the Gem. We hope to see
this company make some Improvements
sonu that will add to the beauty ot Its
grounds aud thereby beuellt the town.
The Winslow Mall says: We under
stand that tbe railroad company proposes
to remove the feuce on the south side ot
the track, used as a land-brake, beyond
the cottage and to extend tbe full
length ot the town. Thl will afford
greater protection (o the city from saud,
aud at the same time remove an eyoeore.
A. J. Tracy, formerly roadmasler ot
tbe Prescott & Arlxma Central rail
road, returned to Prescott after an ab
sence of four year aud half, say tbe
Journal-Miner. lie says be ha found no
place where be would rather live than lu
Aril ma aud he will remain at Prescott
If be can succeed In getting suitable em
ployment. Two hundred carloads of material bave
been delivered within tbe past few days
at Geronliiio, for the extension to Globe
of tbe Gila Valley, Globe A Northern
railway. Grading parties are scattered
along the entire seventy mile ot the
route, aud the management expresses
confidence that tbe llue will be lu opera
tion by September 1.
A new order of things are being
brought about by the bulldlug of the Kl
Paso A Northeastern railway through
the Sacramento section aud an era ot
great prosperity noticed. New lite ami
reuewed energy bas been Instilled Into
tha people, idleness bas been supplanted
by enterprise and capital Is knocking at
the door for investment.
Knglneer II. A. Sumner, wltb a force
of assistants, Is now surveying the llue
for the Alamogordo A Sacramento Moun
tain railway. Grade stake are being
set aud the graders will be at La Lux In
a few days to start the dirt to flying. The
road will be a branch or standard guage
and the contract bas been let tor con
structing It as far as the McNew ranch,
twenty mile east of La Lux,
The El Paso A Northwestern railway Is
so far advanced in its construction as to
have Issued card notifying possible
patrons that passenger and freight will
be carried to aud from Kl Paso and the
end and making connection wltb stage
to Alamorgordo and Tularosa. The road,
when completed, will prove a godsend to
the people of that region, and. In view of
the evident appreciation ot their efforts,
the officials are pushing the construction
as rapidly as plenty ot money will per
mit Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock, a
freight wreck occuired on the Santa Ke
ten miles north of Springer. It was a
fast California fruit train aud was run
ning at the rate ot twenty Ave or thirty
miles an hour. Thirteen cars were spilled
all over the prairie. Five cars of oranges
and on ot lemons are a total wreck, but
the officials were on the grouud with sev
eral wrecking crews and all the section
men fifty miles on each side saved what
fruit they could. Traffic was delayed
almut seven hours.
A :!. r Tric k.
It certainly looks like It, but there Is
uo trick alsiut IU Auybody can try It
who has lame back and weak kldueys,
malaria or nervous troubles. Wemeau
he cau cure himself right away by tak
ing electric bitters. 1 his medicine tones
up the whole system, acts as a stimulant
to the liver aud kidneys, is a blood purl
Uer aud uervo tonic, ll cures coustipa
tlon, headache, fainting spells, sleepless
ness and melancholy, ll Is purely vegeta
ble, a mild laxative, aud restore the
svNtem lo Its natural vigor. Trv Klectrio
Hitlers and I convinced that they are a
mirauie worxer. nvery bottle guaranteed
Only fifty cents at bottle, at J. 11
O'Hlelly's drug store.
Wm. Pool and Mlua Hichter wars sen
tenced lu the I'ulted State district court,
Saturday, to serve six mouths In ths ter
rltorlal penitentiary, they having pleaded
guilty to the charge of adultery, say the
Las Vega Optle.
Pool wa a a Tiber of th firm of Pool A
Westerman, who opened a butcher shop
on Bridge street about tbree months ago.
i ue woman came here with Pool from
Temple, Texas. It wa (unnoted from all
oatsld appearance that th couple war
man and wife. A few days ago th lawfnl
wife of ths gnllty husband arrive! from
Temple, and swore out a warrant, last
Monday night, for their arrest. The wife
I nearly hir!hrokn arid is willing tn
forgive her husband and would take hlrn
Uek with her, If he could bo relieved
from s-rvlng the six months' penalty,
which th law bas Imposed. United
States Marshal Furaker left with the
prisoners on the afternrs n train.
Mrs. A. Iiiveen, residing at 72 ) Henry
street. Alton, 111 , sulred with sciatic
rlieiimntUni fur nvur al.fht n..,.tlu ul.
diK-tored for It nearly the whole of this
time, using various remedies renom
mended bv friends, aud wa treats. 1 hy
the physicians, but received no relief,
ihe then usei one and a half bottles of
hsnil'erlHin's Pain H.ilm, which eflectfd
a complete cor. This Is published at
her request, as she wsnts others slinllar-
siii ciwi io snow wnat curet ner ins
and 5i cent si. s for sale by all drng-
A SfanSsmDS aa ths Aarlltnr.
Upon the application of Sheriff II. 0.
flurHtim, of Socorro county, Judge Ham
ilton, ot the Fifth Judicial district, has
granted an alternative writ of man
damus, directing the territorial auditor
to audit aud pay the accounts of the said
sheriff for the forty eighth Oscal year,
amounting to a little over f 1,3' HI, for ex
penses and mileage In conveying con
victs from Socorro to the territorial peni
tentiary, or show cause why he should
not do so. The auditor claims that, as
these claims srnee during the past fiscal
year, the sheriff cannot be paid out of
fund appropriated for ths present fiscal
year. Th mandamus proceeding will
h heard before Judge Hamilton on May
What You Need
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have no appetite, are tlrol, weak and
without ambition, is IBhhI's Sarsapa
rilla t purify anil enrich your blood,
stimulate your stomach ami give you
strength. Hood's ISiirsnpari Ua, is the
One True Wood I'urlllcr.
H00d' Pills for the liver and bow
els, act easily yet promptly. 26c.
lolorapa Old Maa Mlalng Compear.
F. G. Lowe, Matt France, George Be
Vergne, W. B. Gasklll aud J. F. Seldom
ridge, residents of Colorado, have organ
li d the Colorado Old Man Milling com
pany, under the laws ot that state, and
(Bed certificate ot Incorporation lu
Secretary Wallace's office. The objects
ot the Incorporation are to carry ou a
general mining and smelting business.
The capital stock is 11,000,000, with prln
cipal business office located in Colorado
Springs, Colo. Tbe operations ot the
company will be carried on In Grant
county, N. M.j Silver City Is deslguated
as the location ut the New Mexico office,
aud T. N. Chlldcr resident agent.
TUB WEALTH OP ARIZOItA.
Law Abiding Clilx;ns and the Schools ot
Arlxoua Is one ot the most law abiding
regious of the eutire couutry. Life Is a
safe In the territory as It I in the cities
of New York and Chicago, Tbe Infrac
tions of ths law are less in Artiona in
proportion to the population than in
either ot time cities. More robberies
and deeds of vloleuce are committed In
the large cities of the east In proportion
to tbe population than lu Arlxoua. Tbe
telegraphic reports of crimes committed
In tne territory do au Injustice. The
people are intelligent and progressive,
and have some of the largest aud most
wealthy mines In the world. Oue mine
is commonly reported to be worth f30,-
000,000, and auother Is quoted at $30,000,.
U00. There are mauy smaller, properties
that range from ID.OOO.ouo or (7,000,000
down. The school schisil system is not
surpassed In the lulled States. No ex
pense Is spared to make the schools ful
fill theft purpose lu ths .highest degree.
The total enrollment In the common
school U 1.1,;iil2, with 321 teachers.
The places ou the bench are now Oiled
by Ohio men. who are sent out to distrib
ute Justice to the territory. Mining and
Colorado Claims tour of tha Howltiars.
The surviving members of the forces
who served In the war from the state of
Colorado have beeu Invited to meet In
the council chamber at the city ball to
determine how to secure from the United
States government four ot the eight
brouxe six-Inch howitzers now at Albu
querque, N. M which were buried In
lHt'.g by General Sibley's confederate
forces after tbe battle of Glorletta.
Tha Hearing la III Tucker Cass.
Word reaches here from Las Vegas,
that Chief Justice Mills, on yesterday,
discharged the United State petit and
grand juries, having cleared up all the
busiueas before those bodies aud is to
day closing up the term's business. It
was expected that the chief Justice would
arrive here thl evening and would, on
to-morrow, commence tbe preliminary
examination In the case of Thoe. 8.
Tucker, now In Jail here, charged with
the murder ot lllpolito Vigil lo February,
IH'M. Solicitor General Bartlett and Dis
trict Attorney Spies will appear for the
territory an t Henry L. Wsrren, of Albu
querque, will appear for Tucker. It I
expected that the hearing will take sev
At noon to day a dispatch was reoelved
from Judge A. B. Fall, one of the coun
sel for ths defense In the Tucker case, to
the effect that he was 111 and could not
be here until Monday next aud asking a
postponement ot the case until then.
This request was wired Chief Justloe
Mills, and at 4 o'clock this afternoon an
answer was received from him, grauting
a postponement ot the case, therefore it
will come up here on Monday next and
will be heard by the chief justice. New
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Leave ordersTrimble's stables
Buy or Sell.
BOO OOIjD AVT3.
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MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Maw Talrphona No. SOS.
ItMit 1uUrrvSil aa Ma.lt. .nr I II. Aa.r.
To Qtill tolmcco canity nml forevnr. tw oia
nelli. full nt lifo. norvn nml iror, tabs No-'tu
Baa. lbs wnndrr worker, (hat mum-, weak nu n
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WANTED. rOK IALI AND RBNT.
Wanted To bov a wall Darrsl of al
falfa laud, one to tlirtw avrss, near city.
Aii'irsss, giving price, r. u. box 2111, city.
Madams Kormand, Clairvoyant,
Palmist anil Masusllc Healer, cull lie con
suited on all alia Irs of life. Give lov
ami lucky charm. Will call at residence
on extra charge. 11H South Thin
street, up stairs.
Kor Bale 0oo saddle pony; drive
well single aud double. So. 413 south
To Sell Two modern 3 room cottages;
two horses; three wagous; all kinds of
household goods. W. V. Kutrelle.
Cows for sale I have several good
milkers; kind and gentle. Address John
K. Jurvls, txsitoflli! Iinx t4, or call at res
idence. No. 4113 West hllver avenue.
baking powder is Schilling's
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keeps and does its work
Notice or Ol.aulutloa.
To whom tt may la any way concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the 00 part
nership heretofore existing between W.
K. McLaughlin aud John 11. Norton, do
ing business at Fort Wlngate. couuty of
Bernalillo, territory of New Mexico, uu
der the firm name of W. F. McLaughlin
ft Co., Is hereby dissolved as per partner
ship contract. John II. Norton has taken
entire charge of the business of said
Qrm. John 11. NokToN,
IMitrate Vuur !imt '
Cu'ii'.y Ciirl.-irth , cir,- i-i,
luc.l&o ll C I) l: fnll.ilrni
. I. i ,i-Hrrta.
We are now prepared to show what
we believe to be the bent assortment ot
men s hats ever brought to this territory
From a 23 cent cloth bat to a 5 Stetson,
and we think we can suit the most fas
tidious In that llue aud probably save
you a little money besides. It don't cost
anything to see them. Hiinou Stern, the
nawroad avenue cioimer.
Are lau la It
Have you a new Jeweled belt 1 It not,
why not I1 i'erhape you have not yet
seen ours. Ho so at once.
TO CI'KB A t'OI.ll IN OMR DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggmts refund the money If it falls
to cure. Zoo. The genuine has L. b. Q.
011 earu laiuei.
Illcha.t Ca.li Prla Paid
For furniture, stove.., carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc.
Mart's, 117 Mold avenue, next to Hells
Fargo Kx press otlk-e. See me before you
boy or sell.
, I : ,r . i... .1 3' h,t)i ho,
r- ' 1 ;ml 1' I '.'I I. trl u I lie mohI won
illi I'll ur , ,( -ii : iivi rrv I f li'L1 u'f, p fart
ulil. unit 1 1 li'i'.lilli'f tu till' luslt', arl I'diliy
:lnl iositU ly 011 kniiii M. Ii i r nml Imhv W,
rli-aoHiii lliu enure hvhi.ih, dtK'l 1-0I1U,
CUI'H Ill'U'illtlllO, levi'T, llMllltllill riIIHtlSliOQ
Slid bliioiiHiie.A. I'lruse buy suit trv a bnx
of U C. C. In , lav i 10, , Mlit'in.. tiuldaml
guarautuod lo cur by all druhgil.
For next thirty days I will pay highest
cash pries for household goods of every
description. Don't sell until you get my
bid. T. A. Wuittkn, 11 Uold avenue.
To Cur. Ctniii.itiuii forever.
Tl.e d,'ureta Cmlv I'utli.irin'. liW or Wo.
u :. I), lull to cum. UrufctuuL r fim J luuuvy
Old Rye, Bourbou or brandy, 71 cent
per qnart. Call for samples, at A. Lorn
Nectar for the Gods
Can be drawn from our soda
water fountain during- the hot
weather. When you feel tired
and languid, there 1 nothing
that will restore your vitality and
spirits so quick as a glass of our
cold, sparkling- soda water. Our
syrups are made from pure fruit
juices, and we serve them with
phosphate., Ice cream, eggs and
J. H O'REILLY & CO.
Salaried men should
assure, for their salary
ceases at death.
'" Business, professional and
assure, for their brains
or their muscles are their
capital as well as their
Death stops them both.
Assure your lite, and
death cannot stop that
income or steal your
capital, and your loved
ones will be saved from
Many good companies
But only on BhST
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OS" TIIK I Kit STATS,
"Strongtit In ths World."
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
New Mexico and Arizona Dept.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
Wholesale and Retail, from
is J4c to $4 per double roll.
Good Work at Reasonable
THE BEE HIVE
112 West Gold Avenue.
BAXLINQ BROS., Paoraiavoa.
Wellinj? Cakes a Specialty 1
W Dssir Patronag, and w
Ooarante Flrst-Claa Baking.
rslrsrapborderaanllcllnl anr Promptly Pills
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harness, Saddles, Baddlery,
Haildlerv Hardware, Cut Holes, 8 hoe
Nails, llames. Chains. Whips, Collars,
Hweat Pads, Castor oil. Axle Grease,
Huston Coaeh Oil, Unto Negro, Buddy
Harvester Oil.NeatrffootOil, lrd Oil,
Harness Oil, Linseed Oil, Castile riosp.
Harness Hoap, Carriage Hponges
Chamois Skin, Horse Medicine.
Prloa tlxo Iiowasiti
Highest Market Prices Paid tor Hide
Thos. F. Kelehor,
406 Railroad Ave Albuquerque
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. , , ., ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
EM I L K LKIN WOUT, lrop
JACOB K0KBEH& 10
ataoafactorsr of and Deals,
Tb Bast Kastarn-Uad Vshlols.
Fine Goi-se-Shoeint a Specialty.
Batlsfaotlon Qnarantel In ill Work
Rupalrlnir. Palntins; aod Trlmmlna
Lou on tlhurt Notlo. i i i i i i
Ihop, Corner Copper It. tod Flnt St.,
aLsogtsaqo. N. U
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary lataal Building luwUtlon.
OHM at 1, O. Haiarldca's Laataw TarC
Whifcomb Springs and Hsalth Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All the Year.
Coorl at corroiiitions at reasonable rates. The following is the
analysis f.f one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon I917
Call ium sulphate, gra ns ptr gillon 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains pt;r gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Water delivered in the city. Conveyan :e leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquors and Cig-ars, Imported and Domestic.
Served to All Patrons.
NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
W. V. FUTRELLE,
Cor. First and Gold, ITJll Albaqnerqne, New Mexico.
ar. o- x
BoJdii., Papa, i-ii'"r''"
First St. and Lead
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer 1
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lota a Spaolaltv.
Farm and Freight Wagons J
RAILROAD AVENUE, ! : AlPU0IJE0UE. N. M
WM. Oil APLIN,
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque. N. M.
Th fttwest and beat good from ths
leading potteries of the world, la wholesale
or retail. Choice table ware, elegant toilet
eta, beautiful vaaeai a full line of glaisware,
bar goods, lamp chimneys and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and dolls,
118 80UTH FIRST STREET
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of household good, (jet
others' bids and we will see them io per cent butter.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments
IVo. XXX ZVortlx First 23 1.
ALBUQUERQUE. - - - - N. M.
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTH K lov .
(BaooMHor to Prauk U. Jou.s.
Finest Whiskies, Imported and Dcnestsc Vm iu Cognacs)
Tie Coolest and Hlthest Grtle of Lsrer Serrei.
Finest Billiard Ilall In tha Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Ciare
Wltol.'salfl and Ketail Ppaltr
Httld Chpp for Caiih or on
thr Inaulimfnt Hltin. AIo
rented at remaxjinLle rtr.
- rsca - E:,,
r.rrlae I'u. Lanraat and
Moal Batan.l.a Stock ut
-:staile : groceries:-
i b. roaad Boatbwaat.
A complete Stock of the
Douglas Shoos nd Slippers.
Ladies' Rutton :uu
Shoes of All