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CTE DAILY CITIZEN
HHtHKH A McTKKIOHT. PrnLlflRRM
Xnrm. HcNfiM Rtltor
W. T. McTbkwht, Rns. Mitt- and Cltr Kd
riiRt.mHKii iil Ann wtmu,
A.tnrlst1 Prsss Afternoon Telegrams.
OUIrlsl Pspsrof fornslilln Comity.
iMgmt Cltr anr! County rircnlstlon
Ths Larffmt Nsw Mniloo Circulation
ju--rt North Arisona Clrrmlstlon
ALRUQrKKQlK. MAT 1.1. W
TBI army sntlcr I lWine In hop.
TBI achlrTtmrnt of Admiral Dfwsy
ranks unique and alone In ths history of
If Sampson 1 nnable to find trios
Spaniard hs will be the moot disappoint
ed man afloat.
That Spanish fleet stems able to ran,
bnt while It Is afl t there le likely to be
no peace for the enemy.
This Is the only conn try on earth that
ten declare war and then rain an army
to proeeeate It enrenwlally.
Tbebi are millions of Americans who
would jnmp at the chance to follow the
tars and stripes Into Hpaln.
In the fluth of Tlctory the American
people have not forgotten the starving
reconeentradiift and they will be snrored
as speedily as It ran be aeeomplUhed.
Cobbitt and Kitnluimons think the
eonntry hare not had enough troubles at
the present writing, and so they propose
to onee more leap Into the newspaper
arena and fight It out.
Diwira order to "hold your Are till
close In" brings to mind Presoott's fan
ous command to his men at Bunker Hill
"Don't pall a trigger till yon can see the
whites of the enemy's eyes."
Uncle 8am isn't forgetting any of bis
domestic affairs on account of the war
with Spain. The government will have
a big exhibit at the trans-allsalestppl ex
position, which opens at Omaha on Jane !
TBI Natioual Cougresa of Mothers
wisely refrained from sending a message
of sympathy to the queen regent There
is a wider fl-ld, at nearer range, even in
Cuba, for all surplus American sympa
Thi German Chancellor, Bismarck's
accessor, says: ''Germany's material In
terests are decidedly on the American
aide." With that on our side of the bal
ance we need not rare what Is on the oth
The man who could manage the war
better than the president, the cabinet
and the board of strategy combined. Is at
large as usual, tut the average elllxen
will be content to think it has been going
pretty well so far and watch the bulletins
for the future.
A tKtan dispatch says that the United
States government, profiling by past ex
perience. Is goiug to build a vessel which
will make quick work of demolishing
torpedo boat deetroyers. Reasoning from
this, it ought not to be very long before
aome naval board may take occasion to
build some boats to eclentiQcally deetroy
the destroyer of the torpedo boat destroy-
TBI condition of hpaln is Indeed most
pitiable. It would excite the sympathy of
the elvilixed world, were It not for the
fact that the civllixd world well knows
that Spain Is not deserving of sympathy.
Kor eeutnrles shs has been sowing the
wind and it is not so surprising that she
is reaping the whirlwind. It Is rather a
cause for wonler that the Inevitable
punishment for her misdeeds has not
Kitzucuh Lki will have his full share
of titles as general If ha Is made the first
military governor of Cuba. First it was
Geueral Lee of the confederate army,
then Cousul General Lee of the United
States, then Major General Lee of the
United States army aud now it seems
soon to te Governor General Lee. No
one rejoices more in thewe houors to a
worthy American than those against
whom he led opposing forcos a third of a
That was a ringing utterance of the
Catholic church. Issued by the arch
bishops and Indorsed by tha apoHtolie
delegate, Uartluelll, as published In TllK
Citi.kn of Tuesday afternoon. No doubt
the impression had become widespread,
because of the pope's attempted Interven
tion, that the Catholic church was lu
sympathy with Hpalu, as it might
naturally be expected. The patriotic
letter of the archbishops shows that this
Impression is erroneous; that the pope's
mediation was prleudly, dlelutrreuUd
aud lu the iutereets of peace, and that
the Catholic church of America Is loyal
to the republic and the Mug.
A AAl. SHlf'S 1AILOH.
The skill displayed by the sailors on
board our naval vessels In maklug their
own clothes, even to their caps, surprises
the average laudeman, who has a vague
Idea that these things are supplied by
government tailors. Heady made uni
forms are supplied to the rmuits, but as
soon as the men get their sea legs aud
begin to have some prile in their appear
ance, they get their uniforms made by
the tailors lu the crew, and much better
fl ting clothes they ars. It Is a well re-
fogrlid Net tht no tinr s.rmrs run
compete with these eallor tailors In mak
ing hlim jnck-t snits. With his ditty h
and his smsll sewing machine a ship's
Ullor. aftr his regular dutlm are over, I
csn msfcs extra money to spend ashore.
He charge atwut 5 for making a sailor j
suit with all lis trim Ings, ami the man
who employs him draws his cl ith from
the ship's stores. For making a rap, In
rinding the fancy enihroMery about the
top and band, the charge Is 1.50, and a
well set np tar wouldn't think of wear
ing a rap bought ashore If he hid money
and ptl In. The rap makers In a ship's
rrew ars eiperls In various stales of em
broidering Thee I'.'iors and rspmak
ers aboard ship are ilsst nnally with
the thrifty men, i I the amount it
money they ran ni'l.i In a three-years'
cruise sometimes Sh units to l,fyOor
more, and there Is a tradition In the
nay that a qtisr'smiaitsr was paid off
from the cruiser Ran Francisco several
years ago after a three years' cruise with
TOI.F.HAKI.T Mrs II.IMATK.
No misgivings need be felt at sending
our troops to Manila during the rainy
S 'ason, which begins In sli or seven
weeks. la Cuba, to be sore, the rainy
season converts the country Into nothing
but swamp, murk and pool", with germs
of miasma and yellow fever exhaling
In the Philippines, the hot, brilliant
day is punctuated by sudden and violent
deluges, sometimes a few minutes long,
sometimes a few hours, but not like the
stvady, depreexing drench of Cuba. The
country Is far better drained.
Precautions, of course, are neeexeary.
One has trouble In being acclimated to
even the healthiest part of the tropical
year. But avoidance of night nilsU, light
diet, wool next to skin, and damp cloth
ing always removed as soon as poeelble,
ought to carry our dots through the wet
season with only that slight feeling of
ailiug that Is to be expected.
Tui British government Is experi
menting with a deadly gun that will Ore
1,000 shot In 11) seconds. After the first
shot it will automatically absorb cart
ridges and emit an almost sheet of bul
let as long as It is fed. It can be made
to Ore eleven shots lu a single second.
IT la rumored that about (.000 head
of cattle are being held np by the United
States quarautiue office at Bisbee, Art
x ua, pending the decision by the agri
cultural department, on account of Indi
cations of Texas fever, ticks being found
on some of the animals.
Ir we are going luto business In the
far eaxt we shall have to take Hawaii.
The Utter Is the half-way house of the
Pad lie, and It would never do to permit
it to tall luto other hands and stand be
tween us and our eastern pussssious.
Uim Hklk! UoCld la of more account
than her eouuttss sUter.
Mast Mot il Out War
Lwaraw la Ihalr lull...
PoetmasUtr Geueral K uory Smith, on
Tuesday, May 10, Issued the following
Ail officers and employes of the nost-
olUoe department are hereby forbidden to
luruisu luroruiallon perlaiulug to or In
auy way bearing ou the war to news
papers or persons not connected with the
war department or to auy other publica
tion, uuless author! led to do so.
1 his order is made for Hie purpose of
preventing postmasters giving inloiuia
(ion ou suspicious letters passing through
their vUicm. Such Information, It Is
thought, may In some instances be in
correct and In others prejudicial to the
interests of the government.
A distinguished writer lu a Damnhlet
published by the Intercollegiate Athletic
Association, says that au luiiuttijss im
provement in the moral aud physical
status of college graduates has Ukeu
place since the introduction of athletic
James In colleges, there Is no reason
why "brain aud brawn" should be an
tagonistic lu siiuoort of this last Droiio-
sltiou the action of that genial luvigo-
rant. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which
in strengthening the body increases men
tal activity, may be authoritatively cited.
tins famous uiexiiclue overcomes the dys
pepsia peculiar to persons of sedentary.
inactive nstiils, and yields souud, re
freshing sleep. It also remedies liver
complaint, constipation, malaria, rheu
matism, nervousness and kidney trouble.
A DARING ROBBERY.
The Employes of a Mine mil Held Up,
and the Copper Plate Stolen.
A daring robbery was perpetrated last
night at 11 o'clock, when two masked
men entered the mill at the Gladiator
mine, aud commanded the employes of
the place to throw up their hands. The
command was obeyed promptly, when the
two bandits deliberately helped them
selves to the copper plate used for amal
gamating the gold.
The engineer aud mill man were or
dered to a certain part of the mill and
told to stand there. Just as the robbers
had removed one plate, the mill man
started to run to give the alarm, when
one of the robbers fired at him twice.
The shooting caused an alarm In the
eamp, aud the robbers decamped without
securing the other plute.
How much gold the plate contained
was uot known, but parties lu from that
section think that It not have amounted
to very much. The mill has been run
nlng steadily for soms time, but, as
rule, the amalgam is taken from the
..late. .,.,,.. th. ...
a"-"" - - y " J I vouiu uisa
have contained more than a few hundred
dollars. So far a-t learned, there Is no
clue to the robbers.
The greatest loss suffered will be the
loss of time in running the mill, as It
will be necessary to close down for ten
days or two weeks to secure a new plate,
the old one even If found, having been
destroyed aud unfit for further use by be
ing tukeu up. Prescott Journal Miner.
"It ! llr.l ua Kartb."
That i what Kd wards & Parker, mer
chants of Plums, (ia.. say of Chamber
lalu's Paiu lialiu, for rlieuinail-iu, lame
back, deep seated and muscular pains.
Sold by uli druggists.
The following notaries public were on
Wednesday appointed by Governor Otero:
Pablo l libarrl, San Miguel county; M. A.
Rivera, Mora county, and J. D. Hughes,
Se.nta Fa county.
A Voyage Wat Mis Iteallb.
Itev. W. A. Phelps, until recently pa tor
of the Methodist Episcopal church at
Springer, has gone to the Island of Santa
Cruz, lu the Pacific ocean. In the recom
mendation of his physicians at Los An
geles, in the hopes of regaining bis
Gallup, May 12. W. K. Knrhenbecker
received a fine hearse from Albuquerque
on Monday for use In his btifdnesa.
A picnic was given on Saturday last by
Prof. Richards and his High school rlas.
All report a very pleasant time.
John 8. Bowl" and L. K. Dinsmnri left
on Tuesday morning for San Junn valley
to look over sums mnles for the Caledonia
Coal company. They will be gone several
Tommy Button was In from the west
Prices are gradually raising, epecWIly
on fl mr and cvffee.
We are glad to report a slight Improve
ment In the condition of Halter Kotilks
Little Ralph lilght has a very bad at
tack of spinal meuingttls. Ws hope for
his speedy recovery.
Theo. D.mgtas accepts! a position with
James Carmen in his confectionery store
Wortn Keens arrived from California
yesterday, and will stay some time on a
visit with W. F. Kiicheubrcker.
Dayton Johnsiti, the San Juan fruit
dealers, have wound up their affairs at
fie lore of a profitable fruit season.
Mr. Brown, of ths Whitney company, Is
here this week. Ye LLAMA
From the Optic.
Gregorlo (isrcla, of Conrepclon. made a
homestead filing of 11 acres at Los Can-
J. A. Lall has leased fifteen acres of
land from J P.KIednonr, of the Crandall
ranch, where he Intends to raise all kinds
of garden vegetables, such as sweet pota
toes, Irish potatoes aud melons, with a
view of supplying the home market.
Ki q'ilel daui'hes was appointed Jus
tice of the peace at Las Manuelltas, his
predecessor having reslgued.
Jose de La Crux Pino has written to
Delegate Fergusson to otter his services
to the preeldeut, In the present war. Mr.
Pluo is both old and liiQriu, but the feel
ings of patriotism Impel him to stand for
the fl tg, as he did on February 2:1, 1M2,
when be enlUted In the civil war.
Word has been received here from
Sellgman, An ma, that on May 1, Mr.
and Mm. Fred. Smith (Mrs. Smith, for
merly Miss Kite Doyle, of this place), had
born to them a son, which has been given
the name of Albert McFadden Dewey
Smith. May the youngster be as success
ful as the great coiumamlir the nation is
now so highly houoriug, is the wish of
their many friends here.
From the New Meilcao.
Mariano eeua has gone to Valencia
county points, where he will superintend
the shearing of several flocks of sheep
for A. M. Bergere.
Mrs. Sol. Luua, who has been visiting
relatives in the city for the past mouth,
returned to her home at Los Luuas Tues
day. Mrs. C. L. Bishop has returned from a
pleasant visit among Albuquerque friends.
Kdward Bergere will act as deputy
clerk of ths district Court until Ralph
MoKle returns from the front.
United States Hp-clal Inspector Moyer
has Just finished eheckiug up the district
court clerk's office, lie found everything
lu excellent condition.
Merced Uerrera was Wednesdsy morn
ing arrested by Deputy Sheriff Uuber for
assaulting Franclsca Grlego de Kodrlg-
nex. The woman Is 70 years of age. Uer
rera was drunk when be committed the
Manuel Seuaaud Rafael Ortlx were
taken to the couuty Jail by Deputy
Sheriff Sherldau tor safe keeping until
their trial tor stealing buy from the gov
ernment quarters ou College street.
comes ( ff.
Judge McKie went to Las Vegas Wed
nesday night to resume the bearing of
the tax cases of the county of San Mi
guel against the Atchison, Topeka &
aauta He Railway company, and the
viontexuaia Hotel coiupauy, ail declin
ing to pay certain tax aasetismeuts.
Ths Itest Hrmedjr for Ktieuuiallam,
Krom the Kalriuvea (N. Y.) Kcgl.ter.
Mr. James Howlaud, of this villaire.
states that for twenty-live years his wife
nas dwu a euanrer from rheumatism. A
few nights ago she was In such naiu that
shs was nearly craxy. She sent Mr. Row
land tor the doctor, but he had read of
Chamberlalu's I'ain Halm aud instead of
going for the physiciau he went to the
sloie aud secured a bottle of It. His wire
did not approve of Mr. Rowlaud's pur
chase at Urnt, but nevertheless applied
ths Balm thoroughly and lu au hour's
time was aide to go to sleep, bhe uow
applies it whenever she feels an ache or a
paiu aud Uuds that it always gives relief,
lie says that no medicine which shs had
used ever did her as much good. The 'Jo
and 60 cent sixes for sate by all drug
gists. MISS WAlZ IN DbRLIN ,
R. ported That She Will Harry a
The B-rllu correspondent of the Musi
cal Courier writes that paper the follow
ing bit of society news of Interest In Kl
"Uy handsome curly-hea led assistant.
lHiiiarti l.ieiillug, just walks luto the of-
Ui-s anil tells uie of his
W-?1?' ' u T"a,i- '".
awfully sweet g.nuius American girl
fsuw vni know why Mr. I.icbllng has
uoi wriueu music lor ma last month or
so. Ionanl Liebllng will leave Berlin
for New York in June. Vivat sequeus!"
The Miss wa'x referred to by the Ber
lin correspondent Is Miss Jennie Wall,
the pretty aud churuilng daughter of
G. W. Walx, of Kl Paso, says the Kl Paso
Times. In company with her aunt, Mrs.
T. B. Catron, of Sauta Fe, Miss Walx Is
in Berlin completing her musical edu
ration and the news of her engagement
to the Berlin composer will be a big sur
prise to h r Kl Paso friends.
tVoixIm.B or lb. World,
at Pythian hall at H
o clock. All mem
bers earnestly re
quested to be pre-!
senu inlllng sov
ereigns cordially lu-'
J. W. AmiKHsiin.
D. K. Puil.il i s, Clerk.
Too Much Vaa,
A serious accident occurred In Mesllla
ciuiiuay, or wnicn t name Hull, a
grandson of T. J. Bull, was the uufor
lunate victim. He aud another boy,
Necarlo Lueero, about eighteen or twenty
Vi a' .Pit M
years old. were plav'nllf bantering each
other, t uceto hclpg on honeb.ick with a
Inimtlulils hand. Charlie Bull, In a
bantering way, said Lneero eonld not
rpe hl:n. Charlie having a pocket
knife In his hind, expected to rut the
rope. But It was thrown with such pre-el-ion,
and so quickly, that ( barley had
not tims to protect himself, anil as soon
as it was thrown Lucero's horse became
frightened and daehed away, throwing
Charlie violm'ly to the ground and
Jamming him tip against a wall, seri
ously rutting and bruising his face and
b sly. Dr, M.'Conun: was called, and
had to take a great many stitches In
Charlie's lips and fnce. He W ill not play
horse any more for a few days. Lss
A Narrow furape.
thankful winds written ty Mrs. A la
K. Hurt, of tiroion, S. D: "etas taken
with a lad cold which settled ou my
hum-; rough set In hnd tlnnlly termin
ated lu Coiiniiniptlnu. Four doctors gavs
me up, saying 1 could live but a short
time. I gave myself tip to my Savior.
determined If 1 could not slay with my
mends ou earth, l would meet my alswut
ones above. My husband was advised to
get Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs aud Colds. I gave II a
trial, took In all eight bottles. It has
cured me, and thank (tod I am saved and
n iw a well and healthy woman.'' Trial
bottles free at J. II. O ll dlly ,t Co., drug
gists. Regular sic 6o aud (l.oo. Guar-
nteed or price refunded.
BONDS MUSI BB RECORDtD.
Booil of Territorial Officeri Rnst Be of
Record la Secretary's Office.
The following opinion by the solicitor
general Is of Interest. It Is dated Sauta
Fe, May 10, lww:
Hon. (iro. II, Wallace, Secretary of New
Dear rtlr. Vour favor of theHih asking
my opinion as to the officers of the tern
lory who ehould cjuiuIv with the nrovi-
slous of cliaptxr A, section t, sessiou laws
of IS'.3, ami staling that 11 was claimed
by aome of the olilclals lu tUe territory
that the special enactments of the last
leirlslatlve assembly relieved them from
ths effect of that law. Is reoeived, and lu
reply, would say:
that chapter 68, section 2, laws of
I WW, requires that the bunds of all ter
ritorial and district officers shall be
recorded lu the record book, in the office
of the secretary ef tiie territory; this
provision is still In force, lhe last
legislature by chapter bo, section Zi,
provided that the adjutant general
should givs a bond to be place.! In the
custody of the auditor, and chapter (Ml of
the same laws, at socllou IW (I ,) provided
that lhe clerk of ths district court should
give a bond which should be filed In the
olll -e of the secretary, and lu section 17
(Hi), that every ilisincl attorney should
Ule his bond, lu tin ollli-e of the clerk of
the district court, these sections are
simply supplementary to ths law of lH'.l'i,
requiring ma nouns oi all territorial aud
district officers to be recorded lu your
there Is nothing In conflict In the lat
ter law with reference to this, aud the
reason for such record, In addition to the
Ullug of the bond, is perfectly apparent.
Very respectfully yours,
KliWAKU L Bahtlett,
Solicitor Geueral of New Mexico.
LIEUT. WIE1IGB GOES TO THB FRONT.
Appointed by Got. Otero a Flrat Lieuten
ant In ibe Volunteers.
Governor Otero yesterday appointed
First Lieutenant Frederick Wieutge, in
command of the Gatllug gun equad of
the N. M. N. G , upou the strength of a
telegram received from Major 11. B. Her-
sey, a first lieutenant In the First regi
ment volunteer cavalry .and Lieut.
Wieutge left last evening for San An-
t uln to report to Colonel Wood for duty.
It is understood that he la to be attached
to the regiment In command of a section
of light artillery that Is- to accompany It
to Cuba. Lieutenant Wientge Is a native
of New York, 41 years of age and a Jewel
er by vocation. He came to New Mexico
in Ills military record shows that
hi enlist 'd In the Kir-1 Infantry, New
Jersey National Guards In 1H7H,
serving lu that regiment until
1S81, when he was promoted to a lleu-
teuantcy of artillery aud assigned to
duty with the Gutliug gun section, In
which position he remained several
years, lu New Mexico he was a lieuten
ant of the Governor's Rifis in Santa Fe
for severnl years, aud lu lb'.sl was com
missioned a lieutenant of artillery and
placed In charge of the Gatllng gun
squad, which command be has filled ever
A dispatch received this moruiug from
San Antonio, Texas, by Govornor Otero,
states that the men of the four New Mex
ico troops are all well, are being armed
with Krag Jurgeuseu carbines, revolvers
and machetes and are being rapidly
uniformed and eqtilmd. The extiecta-
tion now la that they will leave tor em
barkation for Cuba on Monday or Tues
day next. Instead of Saturday. The men
are in excellent spirits and Jubilant at
ths prospect of speedy active service.
a Thrive Gi It.
Shtiilii be In Every House.
N Y. CONPCNitD MILK CO.
AMONG TUE HEROES.
Dewey's Llkcntss Ordered for (be fiavy
lu recognition of his triumph over ths
Spaniards at Manila, Commodore Dewey's
portrait will ps placed In ths picture gal
lery aud reception room of the Davy de
partment by the side of those of
the men who In years gone by have
achieved fame in defending their oouu
try ou land and sea, aud whose names
are synonyms of patriotism and vulor.
Secretary Long lias also commissioned
an artist to execute a likeness of Com
modore Dewey,but pending Its completion,
a large crayon portrait will occupy a
promlueut place In the gallery. This
bad been received from Boston and was
placed In poeltlim Wednesday afternoon
It shows the bust, head aud shoulders of
the victorious oouiuiauder of the Asiatic
VjfCr If ', V '" ' I
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The lame figures but
what a difference in the
Five thousand dollars is
just a thousand times lar
ger than five dollars.
Yet $5 a week will pay
for a $5003 Endowment
bond in the Equitable.
Such a bond will pay
$5000 to your family to
morrow it you die.
It will pay to you
$5000, with profits, at
the end of twenty years
-if you live.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
of tiik ran see t. km,
"Strongest In the World."
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
New Mexico and Arizona Drpirlmcn,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Wholesale and Retail, from
is J4c to $4 per d juble roll.
Good Work at Reasonable
THE BEE HIVE
Xia West Gold Avenue.
Annual Subscriptions to
Standard Magazines are
offered as prizes for saving
the wrappers from
DIAMOND O SOAP
Explanation on each wrap
per the best laundry soap
for sale by all grocers.
lleuutr la llluud Deep.
Clriin 1pIim.i1 nii'ima a rlinn sUin, Ko
lieauly williout it. t un-ls,l'unil) Catliiir
tio clean your IiIihmI unit kiii it clrun, liy
Btirriiix l the lazy liver ami timing- all iin
liuritnn from the IkkIv. l,v,n to.lny to
iHllllah plinplra, l.diU, dlotrhes, lilurklieniln,
anil that sickly Lilian, complexion liy taking
t ssoarets, lienuty fur ten rents. All (iniir
gul., autufaction KUurenteeU, We, 25,6iJe.
WAMTBD, MR SALE AMD BRUT.
Wanted A (rood, strong boy of about
It) years. Apply at the Kcotiouilst.
Waiitsd Position as collector or deliv
ery man. Will furnish horse, tiuod refer
euot s. C. J. Miller, North Aruo.
Wanted Girt or woman for general
housework In plain American family.
Call at last house ou south Second street,
trult ranch, near ruissiou school.
Madami Nuhuind, Claihvoyant,
Palmist and Magnetic Healer, can be con
sulted on all atTairs of life. Uive love
and lucky ctiarui. Will rail at residence;
no eitra charge, litis Houth Third
street, up -stairs.
Kirst-class side-bar bnggy for sale.
quire at Kudus' blscksuillli shop.
Kor Sale Kicellent saddle and driv
ing pouy, also saddle. No. 4i;i south
Kor Sale Camping outfit, tent 12xlrt
with My, stove, dishes, etc; ill) fur all if
taken at once. No. 711 south Third street.
Kor Sale Splendid cattls ranch. Kent
place In Jeuies mountains. Irrigated,
(imsl buildings and feuce. (ilLHMKT La
Bah, Perea, N. U.
Kor Sale Blat'ksiullh outflt complete,
nearly new tools, simp has one of the
beet stands in town, doing good business.
Satisfactory reason gtven for selling.
W. A. Kaukln, Armljo building.
Try Schllllaa'a Bt Ua aa bakta fwAar.
Far 0.r nrty (ear.
An Old and Wki.l-Tkikd Kkmkdy.
Mrs. Wiuslow's H sitlilng Svruo bas
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens ths gums, allays all pain,
uures wind colic, ami Is the I test remedy
for diarrhoea. It Is pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists lu every Dart of the
world. Tweuty-tlve cents a bottle. Its
value is Incalculable. He sure and ask
tor Mrs. H inslow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
Closed, May 3rd Mike's Saloon, cor
ner rieeoud street and Copper avenue.
Hood bargain bar, lint 11 res and every
thing complete, billiard table and piano.
Inquire of Miks Uragoia, a. 14 N. Broad
way, r:Uu life Vnur llnwiil. Mull (':,.rarets.
CiiiMly t'lilhurtli', ctirn t'iitiHMmMti forever
lOl'.ttdo If C C- C. full, (IrUKKIIitN rrtulill UiUtlur
Win for Mala.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only fx) cents a gallon at C. A. Uraude's
H06 north Broadway.
According to ths newspapers, an Ohio
husband becams the happy father of
seven chlldreu not long ago. Of the
seven, all lived but one. It Is to be hoped
he laid in a supply of Chamlierlaiu's
Cough Kemedy, the only sure cure for
croni), whiHiiiIng conili, colds and coughs,
and so lusured his cluMreu against these
dlsaases. f or sale by all druggists.
Ths cycling season Is now opening and
ths prevailing question Is, " here cau 1
get ths best wheel for the money 1 care
to Invest V" Let us know your prioe. We
are certain to have a wheel that will tit
it. We have good wheels ouly, but have
many styles at many prices. Haho&Co
j i i iiiinjaii mail i iMssij m ma ill
That T! ,-(! Teoling
Thl Ihs old nun (xpsrleneed wSAU w aft
trig for a dtcMon by ths government, ha
been dispelled by ill action.
"That Tlr'd Peelinfl"
Tbt everyone that need a tpring medi
cine feelt, is dispelled by the action on the
ytem of our double compound
Extract ef Saiaaoartlla
Ve acknowledge no itiperior ae a blood
purfier and tonic. Price tarns a the ordi
J II. O'HEfLLY&CO
oqiTone Bowiiag Parlors!
Corn. Kirst 8t. anrt Copper Ave,
The finest Rowling Alley. In the Sonthwest.
ruc yiuce to .penri ine evening.
Ik Hew Chicago
i3 one of ths nirort resort In tha
ntv, nl Is supplied with the
nest and Unoi.t liquors.
HEI3CR 4 r ETZiTK. Proprietors.
Bplin1l! L'l-tg'o,? ! looms by thsdnv.
Vtry f in a! sYincs,
)hjur mid Cigars
r(inI Street and Tljerss Areaao.
Atluntio licor Ilalll
BCHNKIDKR k LIX, PBOPs.
Cool Keg Brr on draaghtl tbs flnsst NsUet
Wine tad tLs rary best of flnrt-clus
Llqaon, Olvs Bt a call. v
BiiLaoAD AviHoa, ALaoocaaotra.
A OWl PlMW,
frsnde A P.rentl I from them we ren, TJ
' sll klnii. of l,i(tiira, Hue and ches tT
. . to sell cure oik(. I their ld
Alwijr. cool ami .ham, their Hrer, J
unite uneunlled far or net la
N utile Wines, all pairuna rreet, TJ
Ui-iitiointlgnni, too, here we gain, Kl
rhnlrrst llarora we nbtall't
ftrellent Kot.,i. Inh clesn anil ne.t, np
US at AlhiMjiierune there are plent
A 11 kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .'. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMII.KTitilX WORT, Prop
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harness, Baddies, Paddlnry,
Hatldlerv Hardware, Cut Soles, Hhoe
Nails, Harues. Cbaina Whips, Collars,
Hweal Pads, Castor Oil, Ails Or ease,
B siton Coach Oil, Unto Negro, Buddy
Harvester Oil.NeatHfootOli, Urd Oil,
Harness Oil, Linseed Oil, Castile Hosp,
I naruess soap, tarriage K)iifes
i Chamois 8k In, Horse Medicines.
! Prloo tlxo Zjowaat.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Hides
Tkos. F. Keloher,
406 Railroad Ave Albuqusrqus.
kianafactorer of and Dealer
Tbs Bast lUaUrn-Haila Vshlclas.
Floe Horse-Shoelnc Specialty.
. BitlsfacUon OoaraoUsd in All Work
Reiialrlng, Painting and Trimming
Dons on Hbort Notice, i I i I I 1 1
Shop, Corner Copper It. tad First 8L,
ALsoocaaqcB. N. M
CiESCtNT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-Bt Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Oifii
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. f 64.
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrlmblc't ttablei
Buy or Sell.
boo aouD a via.
ONE FOR A DOSE.
TUnnr PlnplM, fnel
BHitiu.ii.M, Puriljf blmnl.
- .."u.t u. urn i,,.pMU
Kor neit thirty days I will pay highest
cash price for household goods of every
description. Don't sell until you get my
bid. T. A. Whittkn. 114 Hold avenue.
lluw's This I
We off it $li0 reward foranyrass of
catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh l ure.
X. J. Cheney & To., proprietors, Toledo,
Ohio. We, the uuderxlgned, have known
X. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
and believe htm perfectly honorable la
all business transactions aud tinaucially
aide to carry out any obligation made by
the llrni. Meet & Trimi, wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio; Waldiug, Klnnau &
Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and niu
cons surfaces of the system. 1'rli'e, ?oc
per bottle. Hold by all druggist Tea
Arc tail lu itr.
Have yon a new Jeweled belt? If not,
why untY Perhaps you have out yet
seen ours. Do so at once.
Whitcomb Springs and llcaltli Resort,
Eighteen milea east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A.11 the Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The following is the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains p-r gallon.. , 97
Calcium sulphate, grains pergillon... , 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon.,., .... 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5168
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
FARE GSX JEEiOIX "WATZ",
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Secoa J street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
JOHN W1CKSTROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquors
NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
First St. and Lead
W. V. FUTBELLE,
1 : 1
Cor. First add Gold, nM'itf t Aibnqn-rque, New Mexico.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata a Spwolalty.
Farm and Freight Wagons I
RAILROAD AVENUE, s f
WM. CI -
Ladies' Ruttou and
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue,
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
Hew and Second
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of household goods. Get
others' bit's and we will see them 10 per cent better.
AU goods sold cheap for cash or on installments
3Vo. XXI ISToxrtlx Ir"ir--t St-
BaXLINQ BR08., Psorsisrosi.
Wedding CakeT a Specialty !
W Dswlrs Plron4-s, and w
OuaranUs rirsV-Claas Biking-.
Tslacraph ordera eollctted and Promptly Killed
Special s&le of black drens good st
Oroeaerj aud tluaswara. Whltnej Co
I ,SB$$z' n i all
25c 50e ;'" " DRUGGISTS
fcMa 1 tK
and Cigars, Imported and Domestic,
film hlBtl. Ilf ,
Wholesale and Retail Pcalpr
Sold Cheap (or Ca.h or on
ttir lnnlallmi.nl Flan. AImi
rented at rraaouaLle rates.
Carrie tha Larareat and
Moat ItatanalTO Hionk of
-iSTArLE : orooeries:-
To bs roaad Boathwaat,
ALRUQUEROUE. N. M
A completo Stock of tho
Douglas Sliocs Mid Slippers.
Laco Shoes of All
Albuquerque, N. M.
- Hand Furniture
- - - - N. M.
A. K. WALK EK,
Socretary tataal Building Association.
I1"" J. O. Mlrtrtrt,a I.amlwr TM,
Dua'l Tukuru K it tail Koiula Vour I ir.
To ul IiiIpo, ,0 emily mij lurever, b uias
nctio. lull or Mo. imrvD unJ vlsur, Inks No To
Bac. I lie .indir wurktr. thui mukea vcali men
uriihg. All druk'tflkia, bio nr II. Curaguano.
tued UuuUiet .imI auinpla fro. Addreas
bterlinf acaiodj to 1 Cbiio or Nsw VoiW