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Hl'MIlK A Mot HKIUHT. irm.lHHKRS
Trtos. Hrwiiiw Kditnr
W. T. McOriHHT, Hn. Mgr. and City Kd
rUHI.lNHKIr lll. .l WIUll.
Anclati Pom Afternoon Telwama.
OUIrlal Papr of BfrnattlloOonnty.
lArfonl City and County rimilatlon
Tha Lrirl Now Milco Circulation
Lrrmt North Artsona Circulation
nil piwr In proportion to tha maajril
tinlo of onr nierctiAnt mirlnr, snd nnt'i.
nf mnid t mor enitdiiPtirs to the
Tnln'iim of a Rrrat nirctisnt marlns
than IWalgn p wiil'in.
Tha relation between the. ParWr
covtof the. t nitel Ktat. and the Ha
waiian Ulawta an1 the. Philippine will
llliiMrnt thin. L"t tin" I'tilted Bt.itf
awinia nTrUnlty otiT the rhlllp
pliieliluilaa-id Sua Krnrlco be-Minne
at our a grl aapirt with Tt eom
merce. That (""tnnierca mti-t be rirrlt-d
In Ann rirai bittonia. Thin wmil 1 t reat
at once a grtt Hliippluff Interest. It
mid rnflre Kh p-liinMlnsj In the 1'nlted
ftHti. It won Id lii''-rent our enterprla
I ii B moil In eltip-owr g, and a the ba-
slaef an ocean cm; i i tra.le. Am-rl
can ehippln: I'tleri a would r-steiid to
all parts of tli wurl I. To become great
niarltlnit I'Kopid la tie Dr-t ulcp toward
becoming ilrnt c'aa naval powr. In
fact, it I tha on lii.llptiiHllil step lu
our prog rem In tliat direction.
IT may rcconcil us to the small.T loaf
to remonilwr tlit we are at war for a
people. whj can't nt bread tor los or
was-wa&r wiiL" mrjtnm -jwgyy.
ALBrQCKKQl'K, MAY 81. 1
ll w oould only dmtroy tbat Spanish
fleet In the West Indie, all would be
o?er but tha details ot the treaty of
Hard tick for the troops la to be
marked wltb lbs fighting ery ot the war.
Such lemluder la not uaceatear to ksrp
tbe Maine In nilud.
LlTTLl Vermout baa dona lha hand
aooMHt tblng ot any ot the states. She
has added 7 mouth to the general
government' $13 a mouth for ber volun
Should the epauinh diet get to Ha
ana Udors our squadrons overtake thsm
they will be bottled tip most tff.ctually
and wltb oue fight the etty and the tVjl
Will be destroyed.
Acettlini gas is the favorite light
throughout southern New Meilco, aud
will soou be the light ot this elty. It la
"cheaper, eleauer and cooler" than erdl
nary gas or eoal oil.
gaiif all over tu territory are looking
flue. The I mblug season la nearly over
mad fie lamb crop Is a big oue. Home
beep owners claim that their lucreaxe
runs more titan 100 per eent.
Bp(l-t Church Preaching at II a. m
and 8 p. m by K-v. K. II. A-dinian. Hub
bath school at 0:4 a. m. Y. P. tt. C. K. at
7 p. m. All cordially Invited.
'renbyterlan Church Corner Silver
avenue and Fifth etreet. 1L P. I):ane
will hnld servicea. Morning service at It
a. ni.;eveiilns at p.m. Minilay aclinol
at 10 a.m. Y. P. 8.C. K. at 7:15 p. m. All
Lead aviuae Methodint Kplscnpal
church, corner lad avenue and Tulid
Htreet 8uudny School, 10 a. m-; preach'
Ing at 11 a. m. aud 8pm; clans meet
tng, 12 m ; Kpworth League, 7 p. m. A.
C Welch, PaHtor.
German Lutheran Evangelical St.Paul's
Church, Kev. T. A. Hendrat, pnetor Oer
man Sunday schmil at 10 a. m. Herman
ervlces at 11 a. m. aud 8 p. m. After
thi forenoon service the members of the
church council will have their quarterly
meeting. All are cordially Invited.
Imm icnlate Conception Karly mans at
7am, cbll Ireu's max at 9 a ni , Bun
day school at 9:30 a. m., high mtuut and
sxrmon at 10:10 a. m. Rad, May devo
tl m and benediction at 7:3 ) p. ra. Ilur
lug the week, nias every evening at '
o'clock, klay devotions every evening at
Congregntlonal church. Broadway and
Coal avenue, Kiank 11. Allen, paxt tr. At
11 a. ni a sermon romniemorative of
this three years' pattorate. At 8 p. m
the tulks on Pnalm lu will be contiuued,
ubJ"Ct, vereei, "Denplslng the Vile and
Loving the Good." Bunday tchoul at 9:4u
a. m. Y. P. 8. C. K at 7 p. m. All eeatu
tree. All cordially welcomed, especially
TBI Wluslow Mall nas bad some eipe
rleuo. It saya: "It la quite amuslug to
have oue of these know It all fellows
corns In and tell you bow you should
conduct jour biixiueea, wheu every sug
geetton they make proves that they have
no more ouuoeptlon of what they are
talking about than a bog basot Bun
FfctSCB seems to be coming to ber
tenses, and the Paris press Is now trylUK
to veer around to a position more favor
able to the L'uit d tilalee. We would
like the friendship of ail eoutlueutal Ku
rope, out It la not very much appreciated
when lu uiaulfeUllou must be brought
about after the Kuropean pockelbook bae
virn hcu c
From Ihe New Mi-ilon.
John B'iwer-, who hai ben yard ga'd-
n'r at the ennlturiimi fur tho pn oix
! ft for H'-nver IhiKrclrtV, where he
will live In the fiimre.
)r. D'ni prfirinid an cpcatlm on th-
ye of Matins Handoval, wh i wwetaM.el
In a s-tlocn fight at Lamy, but his eight
i 1 1.1 not be SHVed.
F II. BriKham. lnp-ctor of survfy
for the Interior department, and hi s aw
alitant, C. B. Maiaikey, lift Thurodny
niornina on a two wiektrlpln Tae
unty. W' W. Wilier went along to aid
as a surveyor.
L. Tom Brian, a Tain mining man.
returning hime from a trip to Missouri,
ri glHtered at the Kichang Wednesday
lilirht. Mr. Bryan Is Interested In the
LMt Chalice. Wtldnn. Gold King and
other properties In Taos and Amiiette.
(iiiv. rmir Otero hs a repted an Invlta
tlon to lie pri'SHiit at the encampment ot
the OUro Guards at th" Las Vegns hut
Kiir.i.cn on May 'J ana so neit. it is
xp-cted that the oHL-er ot bis staff will
Isn attend the eucanipineut.
Uu Thiirwiay, the Prebterlan mfeelon
school returned to their homes the fl
lowing children, who have been til at'
tendance during the pat term: Man
uellta Uartltu cKlena Maitlm l, Velarde;
L'H Hoiuero, Trinldal Luivro, Monte
ViKla; lllvalah Torres, Kiuliudo; Claudio
Sandoval, Porflrla Perea. Cjrrates.
Florence K. Corbett has been granted l
lecreeof abeolute divorce by Judge Mo
KIs from John Corbett, on the grounds of
abandonment. Both parllos reside lu
dan Juau county.
tUI NlCAHAOl'A CANAL
The Nicaragua eaual project la to be
revived In cougress. Senator Morgau
told a newspaper eorrespoudeut the otner
day that be would brlug the bill np at
the drat favorable opportunity, aud that
be expect d now Uuil It will be passed lu
Everybody now nuderstands tbat If the
eaual were constructed tbat the Oregou
aud lbs Marietta would have been able
to Join 8aiupeou's fleet wwka ago. thus
givlug him lbs beueUt ot tbat powerful
batiWiip'e aeeialauoe aud there uever
would be the sllgheat thought ot her
The Interests of the United States In
other parts ot tbe world are to grow and
grow faster. Therefore It behooves the
representatives of the American people
to make every uoesible preparation to
guard those Interests.
The only colored troops In the entire
vol uu leer army ot li3,000 men are four
companies from 8prlnQeld. Xenia aud
Columbus, O., aud ttouih Kramiugham,
Mass. Ail the rest are anile. This Is
not due to any tudiffureuce on the part
of ths government, nor on lbs part ot tbe
Colored people. Tuouaauda ot them have
offered their service to the preeid tnLbul
the goveruurs ot ths several states are to
blame. The ruah to get Into the army
has been so great and the demand tor
troops has beeu so urgent that the prefer
enoe has been giveu lu uiuelot ths states
to regiments ot militia that bad their
full quuU of uieu well orgauiird and
equipped and ready for the field. W bile
there are about 10,000 colored milltlumeu
lu the tutted Stales, they are geueraiiy
lu detached single companies, poorly
equipped and have but bad the euterprlee
or the Influence to orgauiie into regi
A MaW NAUUN.
At the close of the war for the preser
vation ot the t'ulou, sttttet-uien aud writ
era were loud of declaring that the re
public had reoelvrd a Uew birth. Hie
terms "A New Itepublic," "A Ke-taptUm
Ot Blood," 'A New Natlou," "A New Kra
In National Life," btcatue platitudes ol
There was a broad foundation In truth
(or the statement that we had become a
new natlou. The thirteenth, fourteenth
aud Of teeulh euieuduieute to the euuntltu
llou wars aduuaaloue tbat a uew reUtiou
bad been eelabliHbed by the states aud the
federal goveruuii-ut. Tbe old doctrine
that a rlliieu owed primary allegiauce
to ths state lu which hs lived aud second
ary allegiauce to the goveruiueut, was
overthrown. The war with Spalu la to
make us a new uatlou, at leant we will
have uew national axpiratlous.
The flrat lies lu the direction of beooui
lug a Ural class naval power. A great
navy dues uot eouaiat lu a uumber ot
ship. It resides chiefly In ths maritime
Will aud rapacl y ol lbs people owning
Aid directing it, Ws will beoume a
Needs assiHtauce ll may be beet to rendu
ll promptly, but one ehuul I remember to
u-ie the moat perfect remedy only when
neeiUd. The best aud mmt simple aud
(sutle remedy Is tbs Syrup ot Kigs uiau
ufactured by the California Klg Syrup
Tkay War Mara.
About a week ago a man and a woman
claiming to be huxband and wife, ap
peared at Las Cruees, having tramped
tti-lr way from Kl Paaa The man. who
Is a pUsterer by trails, gave bis name as
Jack bums. Laat Saturday eveulug,
while uuder the InUueuce of liquor Stone
made au assault upou bis wife. Dialing
ber about the face aud blacklug both ber
eyes. Wheu tried before aldit, Stone
staled totaejjalicelbal his wife was the
notorious Belle Moore, a noted confl leuce
woman, known to the police all over the
country. He was committed to Jill, not
belug able to turuiau bond, to await the
acilou of the grand Jury. Dona Aua
Meata tbe Kluaaiae.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Maryavllle, Texas,
has louud a mure valuable discovery than
ban yet been mails lu the Klondike. For
years be eubVred untold agouy from con
sumpliuu, accompanied by hemorrhages;
aud was alwoluteiy curea by nr. mugs
New Ulaoovery for UiUHUiuiitiun, toughe
and Colds. He di'darea that g ild Is of
Utile value In oomparlaou with thia
marvelous cure; would have It, even If it
eoxttloo a bui lie. Asthma. Iirmichiils
aud all throat aud lung anm-lioiis are
ponltively cured by l)r. King's New Dis
covery for toii-uuipimu. trial txitllei
free at J. 11. U tteiily a Cos drug store.
K- gular sit Lu eeuts and ft. Uuarau
leni to curs or price retuudid.
Jailsa liooth lujurad.
Wednesday Judge S. K. Booth, repre-
seutiug ths Maxwell Land Grant com
pany at Klisabeihtown, and Dr. T M
Michaels, a phjHlclau aud mining mau
of that reglou, while driving to Taos met
with au sccideut that resulted In the die
location of Judge Booth's left shoulder
and severs sprains to Ir. Mlol ael's arm
aud band. W heu within ten miles ot Taos,
some part of the harness broke, aud the
team became frightened aud ran away
B ith men were thrown violently to ths
grouuiL There was no doctor In Taos
at the lime, so a Courier a dlxpatched
tor Dr. Marllu, who has been vleltiug In
Santa Fe for the paet few days. Judgs
Bo th U t'tl years old aud it Is frured his
rec v. ry will requirs coiiHidi-ruble time,
It Is uot kuowu whether the ooucuxalon
due to the fall renulti d lu any serious
From the Optic.
Cipriana banchii d Suntlr-t 'van has
filed suit ageing her h iHlmlld, Aplloulo
Saiitl-ti van, for divorce.
Paul 0 Clark, a young man who has
bsen attending the public school lu this
city ths pant winter, returned to his home
at Knil. e, N. M.
Mrs. Litlte Hopkins has been elected
to All the vacancy as matron of ths La
dies' home, m ids vacant by the reelgna-
tlon ot Mrs M. K. James, who so faith
fully fulflileil that po-dtion for a number
A laige conelgnment of oats was sold
In the city by Mora pariles forll.lBpt r
100 pnuuds, also another for 11.20 show
ing that the farmers can market their
oats an a rising cash pries.
MIks Kdlih Butler, daughter ot Mr. aud
Mrs. J. Butler, was married to Fred.
llou -don, at the renlileuce of the bride's
parents on Railroad avenue, promptly at
8::KI Weduesilay evening. Tbe ceremouy
was performed by Kev. B. McCullsy, pas
tor of the A. M. K. chuich.
Wednesday night, at 9 o'clock, at the
MethiMliht church, Henry Boone, a young
tutu who Is braking on the road at this
place, and Gertrude Lent, a very pretty
and well liked little mlns, who has beeu
lu the city lor sums time, were tui-rriid
bytbv. Kellogg. Mrs S. Patty played
ths wedding march aud Miss Annie Kckle
acted as bridesmaid aud Jesee Schlolt as
best mau. A number ot those who at
tended prayer meeting remained to wit-
Uess the ceremouy.
John 11. tlauuon, accompanied by bis
wife, who had beeu at ths Hot dpriugs
for ths past two years, returned to their
home iu Boetou, be having fully recov
ered In health. Mr. liauuou Is general
atieut fur tbe Bontou A Maine railroad
Company, ths company having held his
poHiitoii opeu for him uutll bis return.
Pablo Archuleta, who bad been lu
trouble before under serious charges, was
tried before Juxt.ce ot the Peace Victor
Arci uli.a, lu precinct No. 2. on the
charge ot aesaull to murder Pablo Mon
ti y a aud wife, at Kowe, Saturday night.
The evidence produced agatntt tbe de
fendant was such that the judge bound
the prlsouer over to await the action of
the grand jury, In ths sum of $1,000. He
was brought to ths city by Sheriff Ho
rn -ro, but furnished ths necessary bond.
.-aula Fe cilixeus here belug his sure
yssr. at levt
pdnt, In h'a idl '.l cipteity, Mf. Pina
hue gained a hint .( warm friends among
our citlr.n, and they looked npnn his
withdrawal from our midst, as reported
ord 'red, with gnnlnn reret.
O.i W'1iii4dnv,nf next week, there will
b a wedding In D mlng. K I ward B
Pow II. of Silver Cl'.y, will emus to hem
In, and at 8:30 In th morning, lead to
t'i -oll ir, In th Mi-thodNt church, MIks
Mirv Kalnes p.-iinlugl one rf Im-
tng'a ni'Nt I ively young ladles. Ml-s
IVnnlngt'in Is th" onlv iUuirhtr ot Mr
and Mr. Kdward Pi n.iington, and baa
p. nl uiriy an n-r ins in n nunp.
where sh Is known and beloved by all.
The Brewer saloon Is tmw Huhted
with Reel) h ue gm. The new Ilthl wa
tiirind on Monday tveii tig aud Istrniy
a bi'snllfiil light. A. J. Clark tins ordered
a l imit for bis store and saloon and
Tracy A llaimlgtn are bIho eonsiderltig
ths Top tiUloii of lighting their two sa
loons with ths new and beautiful gas.
Tne Kt tndard Oil coinpanv bad better re
duce priced. Mr Liudaner Is also to have
his store lighted by acetylene. It Is a
better, cheaper, aud for summer, a much
From ll. Range.
The till or of ths Bangs Arrived home
this morning slightly Improved lu tunllh.
Albert Shaw, of CalHkill, timber agent
of ths Mixwell Land Grant company,
was transacting buslii"ss In R iton.
W. L. Ramsey has returned from tils
trip to H in Maicial. We learn tho change
of Mr. Hauiey from Ha'.ou t ths latter
place will not tak i ff ct
Mrs J. C. Warner and her accomplished
daughter, Mlns Gertrude, left for Kv lyu,
Kansas, and other Kansas points, ou a
two mouths' visit.
Arthur I). Ptrkhurst, agent ot the
Union Mutu.it Life Insurance Company,
of Portland, Maine, Is tr ttisacltng busi
ness In Raton this week.
T is bn-lntss mi n ot Raton have con
tributed tl.e money to build a baud stand
in Hurley park and to place seats for
spectators, aud a!s i for fl igs and poles.
On Sunday lust, li t, W. Reynolds,
pas'or of the Biptlst church, pronounced
the words that united lu wedlock Miss
A lallde M Young to Curtis Oilman.
J. van llout.u'a father aud brother,
prominent people of Holland, are here on
a vl -It and euj eying t is hospitality of a
worthy sou aud brother and bis estiiu
The planing mill property on Second
street bits beeu purchased by Fred Moth,
for 1,2 also Croasdale & Love pur
chased lots 7 aud 8 lu Maxwell north
Thil Tirrd FK?lin
i . '
That thf old man tuptritnud whlls wait
ing for a decision by the government, hat
been dispelled by hi action.
"That Tired Feeling"
That everyone that nreda a aprlng medi
cine feels, h dispelled by the action on the
system of our double compound
Cxtrm t nf Saraaparilla
VFt aclinow'edge no auperior as a blood
puriier and tor.ic. Price same aa th ordi
J II. O'REILLY & CO
rnuoo em t.
Eighteen miles east ol Albuquerque, N. M.
Open tlie Yem.
(iood accomodations at -reasonable rates. Th followino; is the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium ( hlondc, grains per galluti '917
Calcium sulphate, gra us p r g illon I 4 $6o
Calcium caibonatc, grains per gallon 81896
Magnesium carbonate, gtains per gallon 1.5148
Sor Over U1J ara.
An Old inu W kix-Thikii Hkmkdt.
Mrs. Winslow's rtsjlhiug Svrup has
deeu u ..-il tor over fifty years by millions
f mothers fur their chiiilren while teem
ing, with perfect succees. ll soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
eures wind colic, aud Is ths bent remedy
for diarrhoea. It Is pleasant to the taste
-told by druirglsts lu every pari ot the
world. Twenty-live cents a Kittle, lis
value s luealculatde Be sure aud aek
for Mrs. W luslow's Buothlug bjrnp, aud
aks no other kind.
Two bouses and lots. Inquire of Frank
K. Iiauiels. Ui south First street, Albuquerque.
From the Chicltain.
Cauls uever hsiked better on the
ranges In New Mexico than at the pres
There Is a much greater acreage of
aheat In Hocorro oouuty this year than
ever before lu Its history.
A reception to Bishop Kendrlck aud
the other visiting ministers of the
Kplscopal church now lu the city was
giveu Friday ulght, at the resldeuce ot
W illiam Glaason.
There will be many thousand head of
cattle shlptM d f 10m Magdaleua this year.
Whossys tint the cattle have all been
shipped out nf Socorro county f
F.d. Pilngstou, one of the substantial
young ranchmen of I.lucolu county, ao
couimpanled by his mother and sister, Is
In ths city for a few deye' visit. Borne
years ago, when but a youth, Ptlngston
was a printer lu the Chieftain otllce, Is
well known here, and is always sure of a
hearty welcome alien he comes to
The only case of any consequence tried
In the territorial court this week, aas
that ot Ham Chieum, charged with cattle
stealing. This case allraited consider
able attention. District Attorney Alex
ander appeared tor the territory and 0 8.
W illiaius, Kq , for tbs defendant. There
Is no doubt but the cow In question was
id oleu, but it was clearly proved that the
wrong mau was charged with It, and
after bi Ing ont a very few minutes the
jury brought lu a verdict of not guilty.
Chlauiu had bought the cow aud the
owuer believes lu bis Innocence. It looks
as It there bus beeu persecution some
rrom Dona Ana County Republican.
Uina Kthiiilgs, aisit-r ot Mis. Coleman,
Is quite 111 at the residence of her sut-r.
Mi Kiullla Frenger left Monday for
Han Antonio, Texas, to meet her brother,
Numa, and bid hlui farewell from that
oitv prior to his departuie with bis regi
ment tor ('una.
Orson Stewart Informs us that ths bee
seasou bids fair to bs a Muca's this year,
as t ie bits are now aainiing. The
great drawback Is the low price ot houey
lu the, eastern uia.kel.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry D Bowman gave a
receptlou at their resldeuce iu Mlll
Park on Thursday eveuiug to the gradu
atiug class of the Agricultural college,
the members of the P. S. aud W. K and
Columbian Literary society.
Charles M. Bariier, ths taxidermist aud
student of the senior class at the college,
has beeu quite III at Ms boms In Mesilla
tor over a week with typhoid fever, but is
uow urn. h Improved.
Mr. Potrillo, a stud, ut ot the Agricul
tural coilega from Mexico, Is sufferiug
from a bad case ot erysipelas. Dr. Little
Is lu attendance. He was reported mucb
belter Thursday. Pedro II. I'oit.llo was
a member ot the graduating class ot U
ot the Agricultural college.
Dr. Bruce Lane, accompanied by his
family, left for his horns lu New Concord
Ohio, last Haiurday. He will stop In
8ago to visit his mother, and theu pro
oeed to Philadelphia to oousull the Qrst
physicians iu that city regarding his
can, which seems lo be sucn as to
ballls the inosl expert physicians of this
part ot the country, ll seems almost
impossible tor them to locate the seat ol
Kninl Hie Krg inter.
Mrs. J. C. Langstou left tor Topeka,
The Lincoln Lucky mine will load an
other car of ore uext week for shipment to
The tew orchards in the neighborhood
ot Ceirtllos are looking Que. There
should be larger oues and more of them
Ore-hauling to the North smelter was
continued this week aud the supply on
hand will soon be large euough to Justify
making a trial ruu.
Mrs. J. II. Overhuls has moved to lilan
where ber liu-dmud Is iu business and
where the family will lu the future re
John Boyle, who recently came from
Kansas City to take an active part In th
development ot the Kansas City Placer
Mining company's property bear San
Pedro, has returned home. His return
was hastened tor business reasoua.
A few eveuinga f I lire H. W. Laird
found a cow belonging to W. C. Kogers
wtih au arrow sticking fust In her side,
lis attempted to pull the lustrument of
torture out, but It bad embedded its
sharp point lu a bone and stuck fast.
Assistance was called and the arrow was
with some diUiculty removed. For down
ritflit cruelly and unadulterated ma
licious mischief and meauiieas some of
nur young American popululiuu deserve
t le premium.
MtY MM COM!
You intend to assure to
morrow? How 60 you know
there will be a to-morrow
for you? Assure today; don't
wait because you can't af
ford to take a large amount.
Besides while you are wait
ing, the cost is increasing!
Take out a policy for SOME
amount, while ycu can get
it. A more convenient sea
son may never come.
Many good companies
But only one Bu 1'
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
ur Til 14 I HI I .! mT IKS,
"Strongest In the WorM."
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
New Mexico and Arizona Dep.rtment,
ALB QUERQUE, N. M. I
Wholesale and Retail, from
ii Jc to $4 per double roll.
THE BEE HIVE
113 Wet Gold Avenue.
Annual Subscriptions to
Standard Magazines are
off jred as prizes for saving
the wrappers from
DIAMOND O SOAP
Explanation on each wrap
per the best laundry soap
for sale by all grocers.
Albaqa-iqae Bowling Parlors!
Corrifli Klrnt 8t. aud Copper Ave.
The flnmt Howling AllrYttn the flnnth treat.
Mire piacp to upend Hie evening.
Kalnon attac hetl.
Water delivered in the city. Conveyani e leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and atunlay morning.
FARE 131 JhZJCSJEX. WAY.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WH1TCQMD, Proprietor.
Tne Flew Chicago
I 8 ona of tha nlret riwrta In tia
cite, and la auiipllN
beat and (liuM liquor.
HEISIH 4 f ETZLHr. Proprietors.
Hplnn-tld Ia-U ".ooins bj tha day,
tr!l or i:iul.-.)..
t09 West Pmilr.iitd Avcnnt,
Tha ocweat and beat good Irom tha
leadiflf potteries of tlx world. In wholeaalc
or retail. Choice labia ware, elegant toilet
acta, beautiful vaaesj a fuD line of gUiawarc,
bar goods, lamp chimneys and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and dolls.
H8SOUT'J FI R ST STR E r"T
I'h idMtrwt iiml li'iTH .t.Tcnna.
Vtlantic Uoer Hall!
HCHNEIDKR e LIX.PBOP.
'inl Ki Hear on draachtt tbs Onset Nattvt
Wire and tLa cr beal of L'tii elasa
l.lonnra. Hire as a call,
'iiaoan ir Ai xroraaora.
A hvtad flMs.
Grande A Purentll from tliim we reap, T3
all kin. la of I.tiimira, tine and cbea a
tjrllablc quality we ft hrrr. A
a a tu ih!! i.ure simmis is ineir laex m
Always cotii and afiam, thrir Hter, D
quite unequalled far or oea as
Vf tifole Wlnea. all patruna r-rrl,
Imunrlrd strvl lmrtic, a Stock com Diet
Dtfliciuut Citfura. tiM, hnr wr tn, K
cholrrtit titivnr w nbtal 1 '
XT irrllent Kmi.ii trth rlt nn and nrnt, rT
Ha at Uiv on South Kirt Stree t
thus at AlliiKiueniiip tlirrr are plrnty
All kinds of Fresh tnd Sa
Meats. . .. . ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
Till 111) 8TIIEE1.
La I at Headquarters for
Loatlier, llMrnivs, Hadillra, PadillwT,
hadilierT ll inlwaro, t ut Holm, hhoa
Nalla, llainvH. t'tiniua Whips, Ctillam,
hWHMl PailH, t'HHior nil, Axla (ir (,
B on t'oHi-h Oil, Unto Nfgro, Kuilil
HarvoKter Oil.Neatifiiot Oil, l ard Oil
llurnmaOil, l.lmuwii OllXadtileSonp,
ll.irn.na Soap, CarriairA Hpongwt
t uamotH Kiu, uormt alpuicinm.
Irloo tlxo Ijowaat.
. Highmt Market Prices Paid for Bides
Thos. F. Keleher,
404 Railroad Avsm Albuquerque.
Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That
Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of
Hood's Sarsaarl!U and begin to
take It TODAY, and realize the great
good It Is sure to do you.
It America's ttreataet slsdloiua. AU druggist.
Manufacturer of and Dealer
Tha Beal Kaatern-Mada Vehicles
Fine Horse-Shoelnf a Specialty.
Batisfaction Guaranteed la all Work
Repairing, Painting and Trimming
Done on Bnort Nolle, t t I I t I
Shop, Corner Copper At. ind Pint St.,
Ai.snqrreaqna. N v
Clowd, May 3rd Mike's Saloon, cor
ner Hecoud street and Copper avenue,
flood bargain liar, t)turett and every
tliinir oouiplete, lilllinrd tattle ami piano,
Inquire ot Mike UraKoia, ao N. liroad-
NO'To-llo f.ir t i... .- ill.
(luarunltnd inH.ei liru .1 . .r. . i. .1 r.
ueu dlruiie-, biuoO i.iri l-t-' '1 Mi ,'.r
The WeetUeld (Ind.) Newa prints the
following lu regard to au old ri-Hl.lwit of
that pliu-e; "Krauk MuAvoy, fur man
yeara lu tha employ of the L., N. A. A C,
rHllwT here, hsyh: i nave uwu i naiu-
tM-rlaln's I'olitt. Cholera ami HiarrhiBa
Iteuiedy for ten years or longer am
uever without it lu my family. 1 run
alder it the h-et remnly of the kind man
utaotureil. I take nleaeure lu revoiu
tuntliiig It.' " It Ih a HiNM-illn for all
nowei untortiera. ror aaie vy an urug
Wine roe Hale.
Native wine, pure aud healthful, at
only 50 oeiita a gallou at C. A. tirande'e
U uorth Kroailway.
t I.V'M t'HKAM tUl M taapoaltUdeure.
Apt'ly lutii lha a.atr'ia. It laqut-kly ainail. 60
M.ta at linii'irl.1. .r t ni. I ; aiupa lur. hv malL
kXt Utto'l Ufc-US, 6S tterrea kk.haw Kucktitf.
l-riiin the lleaiiligtit.
Col. J. P. McUmrty writes from San
Antonio, Tela, that beeauaa of ths tterl
oiih1IIiihm8 ot his brother hs will go to
New York before returning U) Deiulng.
H I iuii ud Llmlauer has uearly com
pleted the Improvements on his reel
deiute and has uow one of ths most com-
uiodtoua aud pleaeaut homes la Uemiug.
lis has put lu acwtylfiis gas for light aud
It Is gtviug uioet eseelleut satlafai'tluo.
Ths gas Is cleauer aud cooler than oil
and far mors pleaeaut as a light.
It la with pleaxurs that the Headlight
aiinouuees ths fact that It has beeu ded
Dilely settled that U'-alcau Couaul A.
Plus will remalu at Demlog (or another
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Purs Orape Crcsa el Tartar Powser.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Due't Tubari-o Siit eaii hiauke luar Mr, Aaay,
To qull ti.lMii.i.'0 eumly uml forever, tie nine
nello. full of life, ntirvo uml vigor, lulte Su 'l
lltui, tue wnntlfr workrr. tlmt ttiaka wtiali uti-n
atroiie. All driiKitiate, 6nc or 11, Cureguerua-
Uitnl Uookluk anil sample free. AuitrcHs
buirltoi UemtHlf Co , cuitego or Near Vors
Are leu la ItT
Have ynn a new Jeweled belt?
whv iiotV Perhaps you have
seen ours. IH ao al once.
Aoeoritinir to the newitiaperit, an t)hlo
hiiMl.mnl lieCHiue the hitiy f.ithur ol
eeveu chiMreu not loiiit ao. tit the
eeven. all lived but olio. It ie to be ll pfil
he laid In a supply of I haiulieilulu
Cniiili Ki'iueilv. the onlv eure rure f
croiiu.whiaiiiing'-tMiuirh. t'olds and cougliH,
ami no liiHiireil hU I'li.l.lreu ag.iiiiHt these
dleaaHes. Kor sale by all drupelets.
The cycling season is now oiienlnir aud
the iirevalliiiu uueetiou Is. W here cau 1
get the beet wheel for ths money I rare
totiiveety" ljt us know vour nrloe. w
are certain to have a wheel that will tit
It. W s have giaal wheela only, but have
many styles at many prleea. liahuAto
Boom mouldlag. Whitney Co.
ESCtNI COAL YARD
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Office.
'and Health Resort,
For Sick op Well.
Pleasant, Toning, Cleansing, Rebuilding Invigorating, Strength
ening. With rt you can have in your own room, a Sanitarium,
Hot Springs, Tut klJi, Ruse! in, Medicated, Dry Steam, Vapor,
Alcohol, Oxygen, Perlumed, Mineral, Quinine or Sulphur
Baths, At a Coat oi about 3 cents per bath.
HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY,
R. M. IRVTN, President and Manager.
607 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
It -rfTK r.iL X JL eU Ci JbS 9
First St. and Iad Ave., Albuquerque.
W. V. FUTUELLE,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer
and Y(M KS.
Hold Chrap for Caah or on
tlie Inaliillitit-nt Hlnn. Alao
rented al reaaonaLle ratea.
Cor. First add Gold,
(201-203 First Ht
) iat Hi,1 ave.
I Alhcqnrqn N:W Heilco,
Wholesale Grocer 1
Oar Lata a Specialty
Oarrlaa tha Lareaat and
Slust aiuuim stuca vl
-:sTArLE : aRocEiuEa:-
To b foond Sonthvrit
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
Rail HOD VFNUF
aiPUOMFPniiF. n m
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. J64
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordcrsTrimblc's stables
Buy or Sell.
POO ZKXjT3 AVE.
PIONEER BAKERY !
BALL1NCJ KR08., raoraiaroHS.
WedJing CdkH a Specialty I
We Dm Ira Patronaira, and we
Guarantee firsl-Claas Baking.
Tl efraphorttera solicited anrl Prnmptlr Killed
A. E. WALKER,
SecreUrf Motaal Building Association.
ONE FOR A DOSE.
RianTa Pimply Prw.11
Bili.iit.ii.Mi, I'uritf th HI.M.4.
Cur. Ilr.tft..h.u.l llv.ita.nMft
A mu.iu.ut ..f tli. tK.w.l. .arli tl.. i. LMuf
forh.ftltU- Thi n.ltbsrer.p. n.ir.i.-s.n. Tcuu.
vine. r.u, w. will iii.il .ftiupi. tr, or full hot fe
sMJbdn.,,i.u.OH,tio.n0 CO. fails. Fa
"It la III Haal all Crtli."
Tlmt Is what K.lwarils .V ParkKr, mer-
plianta of PlaiiiM, tla.. say of Ctiambtr
Iain's l'aiii Balm, (or rhtuiuatlxiu, latus
tiaek. ilwp Ht-alt aud uiusvular pal us.
Sold by all drutritlHtH.
Tt Cure C'oii.ltiMtioii a-orawer.
Takoi'aai-aieta I'.ui.ivt .nh.inic Hio ortSa.
II 11 11. il tail u euro, urwsiaie ratuuJ uwims.
.. wrrTrnrssi i I
WJVL. Oil A.1JJ1JN ,
A complete Stock of tho
Douglas Shoes : nd Slippers.
Ladies' Rutton and
Lace Shoes of All
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue. Alb'iquorquo. N. M.
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
il!iiij"smlAt a " '"is i"
Hew and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid (or all kinds of household goods. Get
others' biHs and we will see them to per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments. ....
Iffo. Ill HJor-tlx Hciriat St.
ALBUQUERQUE, - - - - N. M.