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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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f Hna.'HmHis Kdltor
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Aaanclatod I'rnM Afurnnnn Tslafrrama.
Official Paparof ftroalillnrvnt.
OtBcial Paiwr of City of Alhuqnarqn.
lATfmt City anil County i Imilation
The Largwt New Mailt Circulation
Lara; orth Arlxma Circulation
ALrtl Ql KRgi K, Ai'KJL 13. IHW
"TNI lort of war. howe'et concealed by art.
Hriini more or In, and glow, la crery
Sincs the blnn of Chrtrt a.OuO.oui.ooo
mD have btwn alalo lu battle.
Tbk war with Pitaln will koook tha In
aide out of lb Omaha espoalllon.
The tnouelar uutl of Bpalu la the
peeela. which la worth about 10 OeuU.
i . j
This country baa nearly ooa hundred
war teasels, aud each ooa of them will
ba beard from la the SpeuUb klrnilKh.
Old Lookout mouuuin will liar no
signal Urea thla time. Tba blue aud
frays In Cnlckaniaufia park ara united.
TBI Rothechllda have been aweatlug
blood for tba last ten days. Tuny bate
400,000,000 In. eeted In Huaulab. aecurl
tie. TBI yaiua baa not been forgotten. A
mouuuient to the memory of ber dead
will yet point aky ward from the 1'laxa of
alOCNTilN aummer reaorta ought to do
a good biuiueaa during tba war with
Bpalo. Tba aeaanore ho tela will not ba
It la not generally known that war
will create a greatly-lucreaaed demand
for alcohol, not for human oonnuoiptlou,
bat for tulng lu the manufacture of
aniokeleea powder aud metallic cart
ridges. IT la likely the American warships
will not bombard any of the Cuban cltlaa
for eonie time to coma, unless flred upon
from shore or attacked at aea. A cabinet
offioeraaya tha administration la advlaed
that auppliea on the Inland are not suOl
cleut to teed the Inhabitant more than
IT 1 poor fatltude fur people of the
South American atalea to make ooutrlbu
tloua to Hpalu'a war fund. Were it not
for the Uuited Statee thoee puny conn
trlea would have aeen South America the
grab bag for Kurupe aa Aula and Africa
are to-day, If, Indeed, they had ever
known independent axlatence.
ArpiL la a month ot hititory-making
auuiveraarlea for our country. Fort Sum
ter, Appomattox, the martyrdom ot
Lincoln, the LiuuJ.. cf Jefferson, the
author of the Declaration of Independ
ence, all come In the budding month
that baa been ao many timea and In ao
many waya oonaecraled to the oauae ot
Tbi United Bute la now formally
committed to the Independence ot Cuba
and the expulsion of the Spanleh power
from the bland. The government, In
taking thla ground, haa been reaponelve
to the will of the people, and the people
are, therefore, bound In honor to euetaln.
In every emergency and to the laat ex
tremity, the action of the admlnUtra
Tai flylug aquadron la likely to be
ordered to Porto Klco to capture the San
Juan and appropriate or deatroy the aup
ply of coal held there for HpauUh one.
With the coal gone, the harbor of San
Juan would be of minor advantage to
the Bpanleh aramada, and the flying
aquadron might be at liberty aoon to
Join Captain bampeon'a fleet or to baraea
any hostile ahlps aeut acroea the Atlantic.
What a atranga and gratifying lncl
dent It waa that the mau who weut borne
from Appomattox a defeated rebel ou
April t), 1H05, should come borne from
Havana. April , IW, the representative
of a republican administration, at whose
bead 1 a mau who waa engaged on the
opposite aide In the contest eudlng In
1H03, while these .two men, representing
those who were In arma against each
other In the sixties, are to-day receiving
the united commendation of a united
people In their efforts In behalf ot a
CP AIM C A KNOT UUItHilll,
There I a good deal of talk In the
newspaper aud lu shipping circle these
daya about the possibility of an attempt
on the part ot Spalu to blockade our
port, bat the most learned diplomatists
declare that such a thing 1 absurd,
They hold that all the government of
Ku'rope have agreed not to notice paper
blockades; that that old pretense I no
longer possible, aud that Spain will have
to send ber fleets aud actually place them
at the eutraucea of our harbor aud main
tain them there eontinualy lu order to es
tablish a blockade. That, of course, la
oat of the question.
warn anu meiNita.
That war with Spain, especially at the
beginning, will have a teudenoy to dis
turb business Is to he expaited. It la,
however, an opiuluu largely held by good
Judge that auch a war will be ot too
small dimensions and ot too brief dura
tion to have a generally depressing tffecl
upon our business affaire. While aome
1 nea of manufacture will be curtailed,
other will be arrontly eipanded. The
government will beralM npontoexpond
anywhe e from a hnmlr. l and fifty mil
lion operant which will p- Into gen
eral circulation with the eflftof a po
tent buinM atlmnlant Railroad earn
Inir will balncree rather than (II
mlnlnhad, owing tothe neccmlty of trans
porting at bodlnnf men an I a hnge
Tolnme of material for war purpose.
The long delay of actual hixlllitle
alncawar became a practical certainty
ha prepared himlne to recelre the
change without a ehnck.
A HHITAL MATIOH.
Hlotory doea not "how an Instance
here Spain ha e'mwn friendship ff
the l ulled State. hen the civil war
threatened the exi-tenceof the l iilon,
Spain wa awlft to rrcvgolsj the confed
eracy and had her feeling lu that crlxls
been rrytallted Into reality aha would
hare disrupted this government. Her
history a a nation from tha ttma ehe
expelled tha Moore after an occupancy of
tha country for 800 yeara, la a trail of
blood and unparalleled crime, of barbar
ity, cruelty, murder, raplna and tha sub-
Jngatlon of weak anddefenaeleea nation.
blazing her way with torch aud aword.
desolating and deetroying with no mercy
for her helplea victims. Treachery haa
been her motto and murder her occupa
Law or inoiKAita,
The American fi t ba blockaded Ha
vana aud the other porta of Cuba. Tha
law of iiutloim governing inch thing la
therefore of lutereet. A hotttile nation
blockading a port must Drat notify all
neutral uatioua that tha port la block-
ailed. It la not aulllcient that a "paper
blockade" be deciared. Tha port luiixt ba
o watched by warahlpa that It la liupos
(Idle, or as much ao aa anything can ba
potMlble In war tuiiee. for veaaale to get
in or out. VYbeu aucb a blockade baa
been eeUbllithed, tha foiiowtug lawa
coma Into force:
Veaaels arriving at a blockaded port
In Iguoiauco of tha blockade ara to ba
turned away without tha coiill.icallon of
auy of their cargo, and not aveu contra
band of war can be aeixed uuder the
Circnmetaucea, uuletM, after being noti
fied that tha port la blockaded, the vetwei
again makea an attempt to enter. In
which caea aha doea ao at her own rink,
aud the country wboea flag aba fllea can
make no claim lor damage, no matter
what happen to her.
Veaeela arriving at a port euppoaed at
tha time ot departure to ba blockaded
can not ba captured and condemned for
an attempt to auter uuleae on proof that
they had, or could bava leurued of tha
ouliuuauce of tha blockade; but an at
tempt to re-euter after a warning will
subject tha fennel to coudeuiualiou.
Yeanelaot ueulrala lu port with cargo
aboard belore tha eetabliHhment ot the
blockade ara to ba permitted to depart
with their car.oea. Alter tha ealabllau
meut of the blockade Taeael that ara
being loaded wheu ! . blockade wa de
clared Caa depart, having nrat dla
oharged their cargo.
Tux alarming luoreaeaof crime In
Iowa has Induced the legislature of that
itale to take etepa toward devising a
remedy. It la atuted that wilhlu ten
yeara there haa been an Increase ot 80
per cent. In crime In that state, the
uumber ot convict In the two pen!
teutiariee baa largely augmented, while
the cost of criminal prosecutions, which
waa 115, WO in 1HUJ, was tOtMl.UUO in IH'Jo.
iht pilu report show that there are
oouvicl In the peuiteutiariea serving a
high aa their eleventh term.
Thjcm ara 10 to 1 chance that Billy
tlryau will never be president of the
On April 24, lsirt. occurred the first en
gagement of the Mexican war.
N Malu t-oatuuMlara.
The following four lb-class postmasters
have beeu appointed: Ague de Lobo.Tao
couuty, Willi L Vaudever, vice Jams
it Chambers, reslgued; Klkius, Colfax
county, Jose K. iloutoya, vice J. Felix
Tha Uraalast DlaaoTsrjr Vat.
W. U. Repine, editor Tiskllwa. Ill-
Chief, aaya: "We wou'l keep house with
out !r. Kiug'a New Discovery lor con
sumption, coughs aud colds. Kxperl-
meuted with mauy other, but never got
me true reiueuy until we used Dr. Mug a
ew Discovery, tio oilier remedy can
take lu plaoa In our borne, aa lu It we
have a or lain aud sure cure tor couuhs.
oolda, whooping cough, etc." It 1 idle to
experiment with other remedies, even If
mey are urgea on you a just a good as
Dr. Kiug'a iew Discovery. I'hey are uot
a good, becaUHS this remedy has a record
ot cures aud Iwsiilea is uuarauleed. It
never falls. Trial bottle free at J. 11.
U'Hlelly & Co.' drug store.
Walt) WUI Walt!
I have just received word that my or
ter lor l.UUU ladles' low-cut shoes, or-
tiered last winter for tha sprlug trade,
cannot be countermanded a many of the
in una nave aireauy beeu made. 1 will
oiler some rare bargaiu lu this Hue of
tlioee as soou as they arrive, which will
be wilhtu leu duy or two weeks. The
slock will contain all sixes aud 11 will
pay luteudiug purchaser to wall until
ihey arrive. A. bim iEit.
American are the most Inventive peo
ple ou earth, lolheiu have been Issued
nearly ouu.uuJ patents, or more than oue
thlrd ot all the patents issued lu the
world. No discovery of modern years
has been ot greater benetlt to uiauklud
lhau Chamberlain's (ullc. Cholera and
Diarrhos ttemedy, or has done more to re-
uee suueruiij sua paiu. J. vt . augu,
hi uuiu, vj l uave useu
L'hamberlalu'a Colic), Cholera aud Diar-
rhu) Hem ily In my family for several
yeura, and hud It to be the bet uiedtcliie
1 ever used lor cramps lu the aloiuach
and bowels." For sale by all druggist.
Jos. Badarracco has opened his popular
summer resort ou the Mouutaiu road.
north ot the city, aud patrouage I In
vited. It will be kept orderly aud the
bar is up;lied with the best of liquura
Tha Rev. W. II. H eaver. nastnr of ids
IT. B. church, Dillsburg, Pa , recognize
uie yaiue ui i. nam oer lain tough
Keuirdy. and doea uot hesitate to tell
others a lion l it. "i nave used Chamlsr
lain a Lough Kemety." be says, "and Und
It an excelleut medicine for colds, coughs
and Uoarseuess." bo doe everyone who
give it a trial. Bold by all druggist.
Win Cur Bala.
native wine, pure aud healthful, at
only 60 cent a gallon at C. A. Grande's
ouo nortn proauway.
The cycling season la now opening and
the prevailing question la, "ttbere can I
get the best wheel for the money 1 care
to invest t" Let ua know your prloe. We
are certain to have a wheel that will Ml
It. We have good wheels only, bat have
uuny atylea at many price. Hahu&Co.
Boom moulding. Whitney Co.
BY THE WAY.
A Few Interrttlrg Observation! t ilei Cp
Here tai llitra.
Til QtTAtlT TBORRTO rOtTOrflCI.
IattenddtlH moling l.nt night ar
ranged to atrtire v l'intr for the arniv
and had patrlollHm In large chunk In
jected Into me. It's In the air these day
and the m tie American who la not find
ing himself Infected with tha same com
plaint, ha very aliigvt.rfi blood lli'leed
The kirkxr ir.lnt goernineht ft-
f lrs In general have become wrapt In
d vollon ti old Glory ant ara n' fore
most aa staunch supporter ot the coun
The foreign foe that figure on an an
nulled nation In these United State will
Indeed find Itself deluded. The thought
nppermost In the American mind these
daya seem to b not "how can I keep from
going to war," but, "what t tha beet and
surest way ot getting to tha front." This
fact wn shown at last nlght'a meeting.
Tha question arose, whether by volun
teering at that time, the cltl.n signing
his name, rou'-hed his Intention to enter
the militia ot the state or directly became
a mniber of the volunteer reserve. One
of the reasons for the evident reluctance
ot many to become memnere of the mill
tia waa tha fe.ir that the National Guard
won d be compelled to stay at home and
guard the forts vacated by the regular
Matters were ma le somewhat clear af
ter a while, and many names were put
on the p iper provided for that purpose.
While I looked over hla shoulder, W. L.
Perry, a young man, was tha first to atgn
the call In a told free band. Ha waa
quickly followed l y other.
The Thornton pieioill -e U kept In a
very dilapidated bulldlug that would
douhtleM have falleu long since but for
the aeveral logs placed agaiust Its aide.
It ha a reel to It worse than a bibllou
individual going home from a raffle. The
Interior la no leaa curlou. The post
master Is Major Bogardus, a gallaut of
ficer ot the civil war, who baa In late
yeara grown somewhat eccentric. The
major amuse himself writing to
President Mckinley aud otllcer ot the
war department making little eugge
lions on tha mauagemsut of things In
general. That the major haa a touch ot
humor In hla organism I best sliowu by
a card attached to a railing stretched
acrisie the room, lu the little postoQice.
The railing la a very sensitive affair,
like the house, ready to tall, but It will
answer the purpose of keeping the pub
lic from "behind the couuter" It the
aforesaid public will only heed the warn
ing on the card prevloasly mentioned:
"Dou't leau ou this stick, tor God's aks."
Mra. Perley Wsseou, wife ot the botol
proprietor at Thornton, aud manager of
the Thornton-Bland alaga Hue, baa come
Into possession of aome very curious lu
dian relic. They luclude five or six
atone Idols or god. Tha Idols are coni
cal lu ahape, each formed to represent a
human head and body, the eyes aud nose
being minute place of turquoise. It la
aald that these Image are worshiped aud
supplicated by Certain tribes of Indian
similar to Jos by the Chinese aud the
suu by the Persian.
While the First Ueglmeut band was
playing last evening to awaken lutereet
lu the vol uu leer call meeting, the Salva
tion array came aloug, playing on their
tambourines aud singing aa usual. Thla
circumstance caused a gentleman to re
mark: "On this side of the street are
maulfentatlou ot war, while there goes
the representatives ot the 'Prince of
Peace.'" It was a tender tribute of re
spect to the little lassea In poke bouuets,
but alas.thetr following was small, while
the crowd aud eulhuelasiu where war waa
being talked ot, waa great.
A First atreet druggist ha a bulletin
board In front ot hla store that oft con
tains an Interesting Inscription of aome
kind. Hla latest venture la In the Hue
of poetry with thla result.
Some want peace,
borne want ar;
'1 lie new comes every day.
Hill on the tig-tit
W e are out ol aiahl
Now what Uave you to say.
TERRITORY OP NEW MEXICO.
From Ilia Optic.
Allan Fox, who waa tor aome time in
the employ of the Nolan dairy, la now
with McCoruulck brothers, on their sheep
K. A. Prentice baa received a remark
ably Que Light Brahma rooster fn m Mis
souri, making, with the lieu he already
bad, the Uuest peu of Light Brahma to
be found In New Mexico.
This morulug at 10 o'clock, at the Fast
Side Calholio church, Kev. Father
O'Keefe administered the solemn vowa
that made Cauillo Padilla, one of New
Mexico'a moat promising young men, aud
Mlsa Luclla Kouiero, oue of Las Vega
most beautiful aud talented young ladlea,
man and wife. The church wa hand
somely decorated by their many friends.
L. Uernaiidex played thawed
ding march. Mr. aud Mra. Autoulo Lu-
cero acted aa "padrluos," and Messrs. C.
L. Hernandez, Charles Trambley, Autoulo
Moulory aud Kdwardo Baca as grooms
men. Tha Missea Marietta Baca, Toulla
Blauchard, Frauclsciu Sena and Mary
Trambley were bridesmaids. After the
service the bridal party wa driven to
the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Luoero, where
a reception was held. The newly mar
ried couple leave for their future home
In Santa Fe, where the groom has a cler
leal position In the government service
From the New Mexican.
Itev. it. M. Craig, of Albuquerque, su
perintendent ot Spanish missions In New
Mexico aud Aril ma, la In the city.
Mr. and Mra. George K. Neher.of Alba
querque, were In the City, and registered
at the Palace hotel. Mr. Neher la a pros
perous business man of tha Duke city.
Ttiomaa A. Klulcal, who la making
very good record aa dlxtrlct attorney of
tha Second Judicial dUtrlrt, waa la tha
capital from Albuquerque, attending to
Mra. J. L. Marab, mother of Qeorga
Mar u, waa atrlikaa with paralyaU Wad.
naaday Dlsrbt, and la la a critical eondl-
II in. Thla I th ond stroke Mra.
Mtrsh has had lately.
Hon. K. K. Morrison, who t filling tha
important p ni '.Ion of Collet Slate at
torney for Arix ns In a very a'lle and
Rucceif ul manner, spent Thursday In the
city on a visit ti hla parents, Hon. and
Mr. A. L Morrison. Ha brought one ot
hla children from Present to Is) placed
li school here. H left Thursday after
noon for hi h rn in Prescolt.
The tsx suit Institute.! ngaint the
Second National lu ik of d.tnt Fe, and
Lehman Spiegelherg. trutee, have been
settled by a ciin,M;uUe. I.i tha hank
ewe taxes due f ir tti't yeir of H.5 8 7,
aiiiiMinll.ig to .Tii, t!i.t s 'Ule.n Mit w.n
eff 'Ctedhy th pigment of 'J 13. lu
the Spelgi-lberg c ise, tines due fin? the
yearn Iv.i.l 4 5 it amounting to ilO.tsO,
Were settled f ir (t'.MIS and Cost ot suit.
From the Chieftain.
Billy Held, tha pilnter, was badly
bnrne l a few daj since by Lilting Into
boiling water while attacked by a faint
Mas B. Fitch, tha successful superin
tendent ot the Graphic smelter at Mag
dalene, waa a visitor to Socorro this
wet k, ou his way to Albuquerque.
The lambing season la progressing
finely and It la expected by well posted
sheep raisers that the lamb crop will ex
ceed Hut ot last yeir when It wa U0 per
George Walker, bork-karper for the
Graphic mines and smelling Works at
Msgdalena, was a visitor to Socorro thla
wek. Mr. Walker was long a resident
ot Socorro aud his many old time trlenda
here are always giud to ae i him.
It la learned that two or three foreign
boru curs lu Sis'orro are making them
wives obnoxious by hurrahiug for Spalu.
Should our p ttriotio young m m lake
them out and execute summary Justice
upon them It 1 not likely that anything
would be aald about It by tha decent aud
loyal element of our rltlXAiia.
KHHII.Ml AN l ICINITV.
From the Heglater.
Mike Culieu has been quite sick at the
home of Warreu Graham, but la uow Con
valescent. W. Jamison ha moved hla family to
Madrid, where he ha employment la the
Cook & Vt bite mine.
The prairie around CerriUoe la respond
ing to the lulliieut-ea of rain aud suu aud
is donning robes of greeu.
Cerrlllos does a better hotel aud livery
business than any town ot lis alxe In the
Tha Cerriilo postufllca sends out an
average ot 130 letters a day and receive
nearly aa mauy.
Col. J. P. O'Brien, of Sauta Fe, and a
Mr. Cole, a c ipltaliet from Chicago, have
beeu down lu this part of the country
looking up mining property.
Last Friday, Mitchell dee Mares, an old
resident of Dolores, waa taken to Santa
Fe aud placed iu the hospital. He la
about 90 yeara of age aud practically
David Zufelt wa awarded the contract
to carry the mall between Cerrillue and
Madrid aud Cerrlllos aud Tuerquesa.
There were aeveral bid received, but
Zufell'a waa the lowest, being about $1U0
tor the year's service.
Constable James Lsahy went to Lin
coln county aa oue of the wltneaaes for
the proseoutlou In the case against the
meu who were arretted on the charge ot
stealing uearly 100 brad ot Block braud
ot cattle and driving them to till point.
The Odd Fellows ot Madrid desire to
exleud a cordial luvitatlon to all their
trieuda to attend their anniversary ball
aud entertainment ou the 2llth Inst.
They guarantee a good time to all their
guests, aud will do all lu their power to
make the occaelou a memorable one.
The atone quarry at Ortix Is employing
twelve to tlfteen men at present. It la
reported that they will get out atone
there for about six weeks aud will then
be moved to some point aouthon the Hue.
O. C. Wheeler, foreman of the Benton
mine, ha reslgued bis position. The
place will be temporarily filled by Jo
seph Foree, a brother of Col. R. M, Foree.
It 1 uot yet kuowu who the foreman will
A. C. Teichmauu will close his store
May I aud spend a month at Jemes
springs, after which be will probably ac
cept a posltlou aa traveiiug salesman.
Dr. Dean will remove his ollloe to the
building occupied by Mr. Telchmaun.
A riyr Trick.
It certainly looks like It, but there I
no trick about It. Anybody can try It
who has lame back and weak kidneys,
malaria or nervous troubles. We mean
he can cure himself nuht away by tak
ing electric bitters. '11ns medicine tones
up the whole system, acta as a stimulant
to the liver and kidneys, Is a blood puri
fier and nerve tonic. It cures coustipa
tloll, headache, fatntllig spells, sleepless
ness aud melancholy. It is purely vegeta
ble, a mild laxative, and restores the
stsletn to Us natural vigor. Try Klectrio
Hitters and lie convinced that they are a
miracle worker- Kvery liottle guaranteed.
Only tirty cents at bottle, at J. 11.
0'Klelly's drug store.
ftfal r-atnte Transfers.
S. W. Colvin to Neill B. Field, mining
deed to Ofteeii-sixteenths interest In
"Last Chauce No. 2" mining claim, Co
chlll; consideration, fo0.
Thomas Leadeu aud wife to C. N Hare,
warranty deed to lot 21 and Si, block 8,
Gallup towuslte; consideration, $50.
B. S. Kisley and wife to W. W. Strong
et al, warranty deed to lota 1 to 12 aud 15
to 21. block M, Crimson & Kennedy ad
dition; consideration, fVX).
C. W. Kennedy and wife to W. W.
Strong et al, unit claim deed to lots 23
and ti, block , Crossou Kennedy ad
K. L. Medler to W. W. Strong, warranty
deed to lot 11, block 11, New Mexico
Town company's addition; couetderallou,
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Pur Qrapa Cream al Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS TI IE STANDARD.
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THE SlX' ELMO
SAMPLE AI7D OLUH HOOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNKTT Proprietor.
120 Wwer. Ral'road Avs.. IHaqoort t
CiESCEIir COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-Bt Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Offi
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. I6t
Old Telephone No 25 w
Leave ordersTrimble's stables
Buy or SclL
sou ooijD ywn.
v HIGHUHD ' GREENHOUSE
Cur. Oolrf A. at mrno Ht.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Nw Tlphon No. BV4.
Territory of New Meilro, In the Putrid Court
cif the CountV ul beniikiiilu.
Marion A. Mt-sparmn,
To the Defendant. Huali McSbftrron
You te hereby notified tliMt a unit hat been
filed 'n the Dintrtrt Court of the Second Juttl
cot) ImtrU t of the Territory ol New Metlco
within and for the County of Bernalillo, asiiinat
you by Marion A. McSparron praying lor an
aovolute divorv from you on the ground of
abandonment and habitual drunk-nnesw, and
akmif for the care, rualody aud control of the
minor children; and uule you enter your
appearanc In aMid cauae on or before the tHh
day of June, Imwu, a decree pro conteaau wil
be entered atfainat you.
II. P. OWEN, Clerk.
L. L, HiNRY, Uallup, V M ,
I'lmntitf ' Attorney.
Itoa'l 1barroNMl aa amok, tuar l ira an.j.
To quit liittairco entity and fiircver, lie uiair
nntlo. full of life, nerva ami vltfor, tukin No-To-liao.
the wnndnr worker, tlint meai4 weak mco
atrnng. All druutflau, 60e or SI. Cure guaruo
lard Duoklet and aumple free. AJilreaa
BlerllDg Kemedj Co. Chicago or Maw YorB
WANTED, rill MALES AMD HBMT.
Wanted A roiopptttiit woman to take
car of clulilreu. Mr. Lou la llfelil, 7U1
W autwl To buy a small parcel of al
falfa lauil, ona to threa acrmt, near city
Ail Irene, giving price, 1'. U. box Hill, city.
MtlUUK NoHaUND, CL1IHVOYANT,
Palmlet ami Uairuetic Healer, can be con
aultel on all allalra of life, (live love
ami lucky cliarui. Will rail at realilence;
no extra charge. H1' Uoutti Third
To Bell Two modern 3-room cottagea;
two horiee; three waKne; all kind of
houaehold good. W. V. Kutrelle.
Cow for aala I have aeveral good
mllkera; kind and gentle. Addreea John
K. JitrvU, poNtolIlce Imix m, or call at rea
Idence, No. 41 K! v eet Silver avenue.
Nntlo or DImhiIuIIiib.
To whom It may lu any way concern:
Notice la hereby given that the eo part
nerntilp heretofore exletlng between W.
K. McLaughlin and John II. Norton, do
ing biiKlueea at Fort Wlugate, county of
Bernaltllo, territory ot New Mexico, un
der the Una name of W. K. McLaughlin
& Co.. la hereby dliwilved ait per partner
ahip contract. John 11. Nortou ha taken
entire charge ot the huxliieH ot said
Qnu. John II. Noiitos.
April 11. 1H.8.
IMut-ate l itur lin.i i. . i li UM-tirMa.
(Minify C-nlhiirtli. c-ir" ioi-.m; p..; en f,iri';ar
luo.ufro 11V.CC fail, ilrih'i.-'Ms ri fui.d uiuno'
We are now prepared to allow what
we believe to lie the tieit aHMirliueul ol
men' hatH ever broiiKht to thla territory.
From a cent cloth hat to a so Meleon
and we think we ran ault the nnwt faa
lidiou In that line and probably nave
you a little money beetile. It don't coet
anything to eee tliem. Hiuion Stern, the
Kallroad avenue clothier.
Are leu la Itr
Have yiiQ a new Jeweleil belt? If not,
why not? IVrlmie you have uot yet
aeen our. 1M ao al once.
Til CI'RK A COLO IN (INR DAI
Take Laxative Hrouio Uiiinlua TableU
All drugglHla refund the money It it falla
to cure. Zite, lite geuulua liaa L. B.y,
00 ea-ll tablet.
Mlcheat Caah Frlne fld
Kor furniture, atovea, enrpeta, cluthlng,
trunk, liarneMH, aaititlea, ahoea, etu.
Hart . 117 (iold aveune, next to Welle
Kargo K i preen olUce. he me before you
buy or aeil.
t.tvrthuiiy ha. ho.
ra.cari'l t 'aml v 'atlmi'tu', the molt won.
dui-tiil lih'tlii-al li.i urv of the Hk'e, li eu-
ttnt uiul loli-i-aliiuK to Ibe tatti, a-t tieutly
ami iHiaam-ly on kiliin a. liver mill Ihiwi-u,
i-lfaiialnir Iho entire aHt.-in. UIhim'1 i-olila.
euro liouiiuulie, fovt-r. Imlilttial i-onatlialioO
and biliuuaim.a. l'lruae buy aud try a box
of C (;. U. tn-dav, 10, J."., !) t enia. Hold aud
fuarauleod U) cur by all drugiat.
Maw Slextoo feufiooa.
Aa Increaaa from to S) 10 per month
baa been granted to William S. Johuaou,
ot Ellsabothtowo, Colfas county.
Nectar for the Gods
Can be drawn from our add
wairr luuniam ouring- mc not
weather. When you feel tired
and languid, there is 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
phosphates. Ice cream, eggs and
Salaried men should
assure, for their salary
ceases at death.
Business, professional and
working men should
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
ores will be saved from
Many good companies
But only one BhST
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
or TIIK I Mil KM BTSTU,
".Htrongr.t In the World."
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
New Mexico and Arizona Dept,
j Albuquerque, N. M.
Wholesale and Retail, from
n'iC to $4 per double roll.
1 APE 11 HANGING
Good Work at Reasonable
THE BEE HIVE
in West Gold Avenue.
BALLING BROS., Pioraia-roaa.
VVeiMIn Oaken a Specialty I
Wa Daalr Patronage, and w
Qoarantaa rirat-Claaa Caking.
Telerrapli ordereaollrlted and Promptl? Filled
Gall at Headquarters for
Leather, llarneeti, Saddle, Saddlery,
Kaildlcrv Hardware, Cut 8olea, Shoe
Naila, llamex. Cbainl, W hip, Collara,
Hweat l'ada. Cantor till. Axle Oreaee,
HiiMtou Ciach OH, I' li to Negro, Knddv
liarveeter Oil.NeatMrootOil, Lard Oil,
llarneeaOll, Llueeed Oll.Caallla rioap,
llametw Soap, Carriage Sponge
I hamoia 8kiu, Horne Medicine.
Prloo the Tjoweail,
Illgheet Market Prices Paid for Hide
Thoa. F. Keloher,
404 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque.
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .. .. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
iM A S OXIC TEMPLE,
Til I HI STltEEl.
EM I L K LKIXWOUT, Prop
JACOB K0KBEH& CO
Manofactarer of and Dealer
The Beet Baatern-Ma te Vehicle.
Fine Horse-Shoelnt a Speclallj.
Batlafaotlon OuaracUed In All Work
Repairing, Painting and Trimming
Done on Bbort Notice, t i t i i i j
Shop, Corner Copper It. lod First StH
AiasQvaaQca, V. M
A. K. WALKER,
Secretary latutl Building Issoclitlon.
OOlee at J. O. StaldHdce' Laaabee Tar.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Kighte n miles eait of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A.11 tlie Year.
Good accorrolations at reasonable rates. The Wowing is the
analysis of one of the vanous S 'rintjs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, irrai.is p-r gallon ,. .1927
Calcium sulphate, gra'ns pergillon ., 14160
Calcium cirbonate, grains pr gallon ....... . 8.1806
Magnesium carbonate, g ains per gallon i.JidS
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the spriogs 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 Cigars, Imported and Domestic,
Served to All Patrons.
NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
W. V. FUTilELLE
Cor. First and Cold, nl
aJaraea in block
First St. and Lead
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata m Spaolaltv.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
SHajlpjjjg 1 K saaaeL
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Tha orweat and beat good from the
leading potleriea of tba world, la whokaalc
or retail. Choke table ware, elcgxnt toilet
cti, beautiful vaati) a full line of gUiewarc,
bar gooda, lamp chimney, and burner,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
bruthca, toy and dolla.
118 SOUTH FIRSTSTREET
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Higlu-st
cash price paid for all kinds of household yoods. Get
others birs and we will see them 10 pr cent belter.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments
lVo. 1 1 X Itfortli First St.
ALBUQUERQUE, - - - - N. M.
ZEIGER CAFE !
QUICKEL & BOT?U . . .
(Sttoofaaors to Kraok W. Jcj. n.
Finest Wldslles, Imported and Donesu Yhi Cc8)
Tie Coolest and Blfhest Grade of Later Serr:4.
Finest Billiard Hall la the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
Wholesale and IMail Praler
Sold Chi"p fur Ca.h or on
Ihr iliHtallmrnt 1'lntl. AImi
rented al reaaunaLle ratre.
l Albuquerque, New Mexico.
G.111 FtiflU. ilr.
ftilMt KXIVOJIT riUMtk of
-:stai'L3 : groceries:-
T 1 iM loaed SouthwMt.
AlHUQUEROUF. N M
A corapleto Stock of tho
Douglas Shoos ; nd Slippers.
Ladies' Button sunl
Laco Shoos of All
I iiiRPi i utiniis.