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Tllh DAILY ClTlZEiN
I MOW. aUkMIH HUllOf
W . f. Mcvksimht, huM. Mgr. and L'lt Kd
Arwoolattxl Frima aimiuuuu i'eltf rmma.
Ouiuuu t ainr vi (uiuiio touuir.
UUHwt til iuiu ljuiiti Circulation
1 lm Ulgnrl Mhiiou Ulrouiallutl
LaUgMii Aurtti Ariaoua Circulation
kfl MLlCJaN COIN IT lUflttMIIUN.
In atcuriUitce ttti a rvsululion of th Ber
nsiillu l utility hrviniai Iriltral Commit
ter, aUoftr-u l a tlii-rlili lu-iil in Aluu1411rr1.il.
Oil III I Jill UHy l HpU'il.lrrl, 1 HWW, tt'll ll-
tlunol tlur ri'iitiK ai ill tuv comity ot lrriia.
lulu it Ijtvu ttm u to uurt M ilie court house
In lllV ll'WU Ol All'U4Jt lu.UC, ou tlMi Both of
rtt-tMiilarrt Iww, st lii o t .it It a. in., fof th
uiiopf tl iiontiM!iMi( lt'tity-ail .Oftl..s
gates to rrprt-.rnt inv it-puljiunn arty ol Hi.
luuilly ol l.cilM.iiio ill u.r lc(liuriai colivtpli
lion. on tlie 1st nay i.l t H toorr. ,.. ha li
I'Wiimi iu it. touulv win if rntilleu to otiv
Urlt-Matr to lnr county coiivrntiou lor run
tweui) -uv. v..tra mi lor I liomas B.Catron
tor urii'ate to cotinrt'M iu lur tail ol Irtytf.
anil our auuit.onal vikc tor r ai li traction ol
fitly or uvrr aouitioiil lot b may uavr bcvu
aocasl. ana tlic (jninartcs tor the srlrttloD of
aaiu elntiou 01 aaul un.uau-. to the county
convention sull lie lie.u at thv lullowuiii
fiamru. piact-a, a d bm taiieil to ordrf uy tli
olio in. uaiurtl prisons rt-sp.tlivriy :
rrecnict 1 lieiualnlo, Juau MouUratfuD. at
tniiuit -4 Curralts, J. M. Sandoval, at
.chool liouar Onrr district I.
Pttcilict A.aiurila. Kumaldu Montuy. y
Al'Oil.ca, at hla liousr.
I'ret nut 4 - Kaocnoa de AUmqurru,ue, P. J.
Yrinarti. at lioue h Jihw liar, ta y Itiieito.
fire met b-lluiflaa, Jiiw KaiMl Aoudaca,
at houe ol Vict-ut lliavi.
iirciiici 8 - I'auilUa, V lUal Cuavaa, at bit
ficcinct 7 Sao Antonio, Vivian Uarcia. at
Hmina LoaUnrtfoa, lecldrio Martlnci,
at Ins house.
1'ifcuM.t tfHani bim Atriaco, Pollcaipio Ar
IHDo.at slIiihiI house.
I'm.ii.cl to viiaiii. Filumena Mora, at bis
rrvtlnct It I'awilu, J. trill HuboeU.at
i'muut la Albuu.uetuue, A. J.CrawlorU,
ai city nail.
I'rvciiut ta Old Albuquerque, Jeaut Kt.
niero, at court houve.
t'rfciiit-t i4-th lana4io, Apolonlo tiarcla.
at at hoot house.
t'lecinct lu -Caaa altflllr, lliginlu Cordova,
bona ol J'atltaU-on Mora.
i'lrcimn it) 1'iitciiaa, rratictacu Trujlllo. at
i'recinct 17 1'cna lilanca, Marcelluo Baca,
at bis house.
lirciiict IS-Jrmn, Maximo Martluel, at
I'ret nut lu Alcodoue. 1'ecu-o Lovato, at
1'retiuct io Nscinilento, Manuel Araon y
Aucero, at ins uouse.
tree out Hiui Veutana. b'mlllano Sando
val. at st hoot house.
Precinct Js-ia i'ljera, Teodoro Urtegu, al
Piecuii 1 118 Man I'edro, Hedru LoccrOi at bit
I'recinct a Wallace, Lor en so Uarcia, at bia
I'recinct 84 Uuadalupc, Creatino Urleco, at
ftecuict att-Albuuueruur, T. A. Finical, at
Unas, hnustf No. 'A.
fieciuct ill t.allup. W. W. Kladoo, al
Postal 1 eleu ranh io. hall.
Precinct aa Auiscu, 1 ranaito Candelarla, at
Precinct 8W-K1 Tsjo, Mac Croaaon, at b
I'.ectnct 0 iallup. C. N. Cotton, at opera
Piecinct 81 San Yaulro, Leandro Sandoval,
at aL hool house.
Pieciuct i4 -La Jaxa, ltdubtgeo Uurulv, at
Precinct 88 Oonialitos, Jose K. Uomero, at
Piecinct St Cbilill, KstebaD Cullaro.
actio it house.
Pieciuct do Utiranea. Antoinu J oat Isarcta,
at tilhce ol justKe ol tne pcai e.
ihU. U. I
1. Shaw, at office of
'I .11 t. K-I.I ..n
Tbuiausy, ,ripleiuijr 44, InvH, at 8 o'clock p.
ut., eftcept prt-t mi la fsoa. 14, 18, 80, 8i, 80
and 87, iu hiiu ptfiituta they altall be cal.eil
at 7 :8U o'clock p. in. ou the saute nieuUuheU
i wo iuil(ea aball lie sc-lectert by the voters
who, ilh Uie ilisiruiun ol me precinct caucus,
aliail na e a cleia ol the piluiaiy aiectluu.
i he cliairuiaii auu aecietMty ol precinct
nieetinga mil ceriuy to the chaltinau ot the
Cttuuly central coininitli-e a list ot Uie dele
Mates elnteuto the county contention.
Prunes shall hot be rei.iyh.letl uuleatt pre
senteil by a party rt-siilinu in the prcctuct of
the Uclcuale issun g ..iu puny.
1 . A. r imi al, cbairmao pro tern.
J. L. Pkwka. Secretary pro teiu.
Tai Uuip ou a cliwk Us takM 25,
OciOaQDuall out of the Baut V Ball
war eumiMtDj't p ekvt, a thai oompan;
pa IU tittlp iu cltorka.
Thi New Uttzlvau Uioer, publlahed at
KlixabvtlilowD, Coital couuty, haa
eliaugeci bauds. W. K. Barnett retire
and L. W. Brown aMuuia eontrol.
Ll Hi N(i Cuanu aliouU Jolo a rartet;
troupa aa a llghtuliiK chaogt arttnt.
Tbe rapidity wUh wlilcb LI gfl In and
out ot that jellow Jacket la poniUvttlj
l . J
Wukn the limed butH gvta all Its
newly acquired and proHpecllva terri
torial poBrteewlous duly annexed It may
U obliged to anchor a buoy oat In the
FaciUe ocean to ludlcaU tta center of
Tux flrnt bait of Una year ahowt an In
crraneiu Ueilcan expurU to the Culted
BUitee of over 10,(mju,uhi. The total ex
porU for the period reached 115,0(10,000.
I in porta showed au lucrtjatM) of nearly
$l,uio,uoo. of which the United Btatea
f urulithed over D iO.OOO.
St. Gebonimo'8 day, September SO, thla
year at Taua, N. M., will be celebrated on
a mora elaborate scale than ever before.
On thin day the Iudiaua choose their chief
for the eotulug year aud celebrate the
veut with war, snake aud ghoat dances
and npurt of various kind.
Till Jewlrib New Vear begins on Xrlday
feulug at suudowu aud the day of atona
meut Huuday eve, September 26. These
are tbe uiont luiporuut religious boll
days of the Jewinh aert aud the adherents
to that tattb In Albuquerque always ob
serve tbe days with reverence and ea
peolal attention to the forms as laid
down In tbelr ritual. Moat ot the ser
vices will be held In the Hebrew tougae.
Tux Knickerbocker Trunt company, of
New York, baa Instituted fureoloHure pro
ceedings In the tlraut eouuty district
court fcgalrutt the Silver City & Northern
Kallroad oouipauy to secure ths payuieut
of$l3.ouo. This Ls auppoaed to bs for
the perfecting ot title ta the road pre'
paratory to its ownership ty the Atehl
sou, Toprka & Santa Ke company. Tbe
load originally exteuded from White
water to ban Juee, but has recently been
eouakfucted ou to Hanover.
Tstait Galium w it tar chop.
Tbe Philadelphia Times, In a receut
editorial ou the wheat crop, has this to
aay about tbe Kaunas wheat crop ;
A lump estimate ot 7uo,u00,0ou bushels
of American wheat as tbe crop 0 tha
yr 1898 haa btn going the ronnds, and
Is quite gi nrally atn i t 'd as not too
hleh. Now thtt the barvrst iwson Is
over, the fwtlniate Is nisile by states, and
soma c.f the watern states point with
mora pride to their wheat crop than to
the devious records of their politicians or
the valorem deeds of their soldiers.
Plrat and hl.-hxt In the list Is Kansas.
Ths people of that state are hoseting this
year of a 7'i.Oixi .UK) buahel wheat erep.
Of the wheat the Kmans certainly have
a rltfht to botat Think of It. Kansas
alone has furnished one tenth of th phe
nomenal wheat crop of the country, a
bmhel of wheat for every man, woman
and child In the I'lilted Htatea. If Kan
sas will keep on ralHlng wheat at this
rate and atmnd in ths bnslnees ot railing
nnlny deniagngnea. It will soon be the
richest state In ths Mlmlnitppl Valley,
with a credit as sound as that of the bank
thi Home or 1'iii.uMHrs.
The Rpanlnh ne wxpaiiera demand that
when the Rpanlards leave Havana they
shall be permitted to take the bones of
Columbos bark to Spain with them. Bays
the Impartial: -Let as leave tbe bouse;
let ns leave the city; let os leave the
Country. All that we can do, bat we
en not leave without bringing wltb us
our lares. Tbe lares of tha Latin race In
America are the bones of Christopher
Columbus In his leaden coffin In Ha
vana." Other papers, less rexpertful,
fear that the Yankee pigs will desecrate
the sse ed relics by making a circus n
hlblt of them.
The matter Is purely 1 n of sentiment,
and as It will probab y be the policy of
our diplomats to concede some sentiment
In exchange fur more practics! advan
tages. It Is possible that the Spanish de
sire will be giatilled. 8(111, even from a
sentimental standpoint a good case
might be mails out for the retention of
the grave In Havana. Columbus was not
a Hpsnlard. but an Italian; be received
but tardy support from the Bpanlsh gov
ernment and no loyalty from his sailors.
He waa deceived and cheated by Hpain
throughout bis life and haa received far
more post mortem glory In America than
In any other eonutry. The new world be
gave to Spain has been treated as be wat
treated, aud now that It Is at last freed,
he would d ubtlese, if be Could speak.
prefer to share its freedom.
WuKNKVKit you meet a farmer urge
him to prepare an exhibit for the terrl
torlal fair. Kartn product are to be the
leading feature ot the exhibit and good
prizes will be given both tor collections
and elugle exhibits.
Car Oftr rtnr
An Old and Will-Third Kkmkdt.
lira. Winslow's Hoolhing Byrup haa
oeen need for over fifty years by millions
ot mothers for their children while teeth
ing, With perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pal 11,
curea wind colic, aud is the (jest remedy
for diarrhoea. It ls pleasant to the taste.
dold by druggist In every part ot the
world. Tweuty-ttve cents a Dottle. Iu
value Incalculable. Be sure aud ask
for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup, and
tale no otner aina.
Word waa received In Trlnlilal yester
day that M. v. Jones, a young man aud a
former resident of tills city, had been ac
cidentally killed while out hunting sev
era I days ago. Jones formerly worked
at Osborne's meat market aud went from
here to Missouri. He was a member ot
the Trinidad camp of Woodmen.
The details of be accident are meagre,
nut It seems that while walking around
a tree, looking np to get a shot at a
squirrel, he stumbled and tell. Ills gun
was discharged, ths ball passing through
his body aud killing him lustautl.
Jones hail many frlei ds here who will
learn with regret of bis death. Trini
TO CUBE A COLO IM UNI I)f
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure. 25c The geuulue L. B. U. ou
Itaaolatlona of It ss part.
At a meeting of the New Mexico Pio
neers, held September 1 1, 18'. W, to take
action on the death of the late vi llllam
White, the following resolutions were
unanimously adopted, says the New Mex
Whereas, Death baa called from among
us, our friend aud pioneer, William
v bite, after a sojourn of many years In
Santa Ve, usefully employed in his bus!-
neea as civil enelneer, and durug all of
which be was held In the highest respect
by the people of New Mexico.
Kesolved, That we stneerely deplore
our loss in the death of H m. White, who
waa always a good clttznn, a model hus
band and father, of unsullied integrity
in business and a faithful friend.
Resolved, That ws sympathise deeply
with the family of the deceased and ten
der to them sincere expreasloua ot our
Hesolved, That as a matter ot respect,
the Pioneer residents ot Santa Ke will
attend the funeral ot tbe deceased In a
j. FtUNCirJco chavkh, tiovemor.
L. Bradkobu Phini'K. Secretary.
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use Syrup of Pigs,
nnder all conditions, uinkea It their fa
vorite remedy. To get the true aud gen
uine article, look for the name ot the
California Klg Byrup Co printed near
the bottom of the package. Kor sale by
Dlstrlbutloa of fnuda.
Territorial Treasurer Kldodt baa made
a total distribution of tie per cent on the
differeut territorial funds for the 4l'tb
flucal year, and Territorial Auditor Garcia
bus distributed a 'J "4 per cent of tbe
special tax fund.
IMut'ate Your ltuwt-1 Willi ( uararrta.
t'ntioy t'athartlr, cure t-uristlpa'lnn forever.
lOti, u&o II C. C- C fail, druggist, rufuudiuolie'
Maatlnf of Pealtantlar Cuuiaulaalwaeri
The regular quartet ly meeting of the
board of penitentiary oommiHelouers was
held at the penitentiary 1 uetelay with
Hons. C. K. hartley, Henry J.Young, H.
Baca. J. Y. Chaves and 1). S. Miller pres
ent. President Havlley waa prevented
from alien Mug tli meetlug by a badly
sprained ankle, aud Hon. V. Mtera was
kept at home by the Illness ot his wits.
Anlds from the usual routine business.
to petitions for executive elemeucy
were preeented to the board for recom
mendation to the governor-
One was tor Magilaleno ffarit, from
Sierra eouuty, sent up in I "Ho for mur
der, which was referred to Mr. Miller to
examine and report at the next meeting;
the other one was filed by Hamou Maya
In behalf of KlehioHeua. from San Miguel
eouuty, serving a life sentence for mur
der, which was referred to Mr. Kasley
aud Mr. Chaves for examination aud re
port. Ihs board adjourned at t 'iO o'clock
until tbe next regular meetlug.
Tha Beat Advlct
We can give you when you have Im
pure blixxl ami aro atUicttd wilh
scrofula, rhi'iiiuutism, iieuriil-la, ca
tarrh or any blood cIihcum-, la to titke
Hood's hursuiurillu, the One True
lllood I'urifliT. This uiuillclne curti
when all others fitil to do any goutl.
Hood's Pillt are the best after
dJunwr jiilis, aid Uigeotkm 26c.
l.vj: . .1 a'jrtsLi'jj-; . . . ji m .'' , , . ?
MEW MEXICO MEWS! ISfrl
From tlie Independent.
There it a great demand for eotnpeteut
nervaiim 111 nnver I Hf.
Hrant county dietrlxt court will con
vene In Silver City on November 16.
Ths Normal echool will have a cud t
eorps anil Instrument il band .his wlnt. r
Khv A. A. Hyde is in ths Mogoilon
0 uiitry doing mu binary work
There are row on'v twelve nrl oners In
ths county jail, the smalleet numlier for
Cattle bnyers are coming Into Silver
l itf almoet daily, and as a nsult con
tract for fall shlpin-nts are being
Ths Mexican resldenls of Silver City
win ciHiiraie m annlverstrv of vtext
can Inileoeiirienc on B pti mlier 16 by a
grsnri naiie in M irrill nail.
Manager W. H. Jack, of ths Crowfoot
Callle pompany, made a elilnment of
alMiiit h"ad of i tork to )nver last
week The cattle were In prime con
Nearly all of ths cattlemen owning
ranges on Hear creek bsve cloeed a con
tract with Weldon h Rrltiln, of Kansas,
tor delivery about Octoher lo heveral
trsinloads will he ehlpped.
Silver Clly le now entirely fro from
tlie small pox ncourgs. I he lat remain
lug caae has been entirely reoovered for
several Any, and no new case have ap
peared, nor is tin re any reason to believe
there will le aim.
The ttraphlc mine located at Hailley,
In tli Cook's Peak mining district, one
if ths beet known properties in the
county, was soij at coruiiitiwtoner'8 sale
latt nedni'Fday, under decree of cmitt.
Jungs I . Heunett, reprexenllng lulerested
parties tscame (lie pnrrha-ier.
Iitmw KI L,
From the Register.
P. M. waiters, of Iowa Park, Texas,
arrived here Imt nuinlay wltb his family
after a three weeks' trip across the Cjuii
Krank II. Auderson ls now water n-
perlnleuileut of the Huewell Lau I A
Wat-r company under General Manager
A. Hammond returned last Saturday
from his Texas trip. As soou as his sou,
OuialaHS Htiullloo, tlnlslies gathering
tliclr 411O head ot cattle there aud tbe
eale ot I'lem is closed be will Come to
Chaves county aud go Into the cattle
Mr. and Mrs. James Oitrrard and
nephew, Sam McCue, havs returned from
their Las Vegas vleit. Mr, Uarrard says
sheep buyers are almost falling over
each other lu Ban Miguel eouuty. tear
ling wethers bring t'-tk. full-grown
wethers 1 3, aud ewea fA ii and (3 fx).
He aa W. L Crockett, bis brotlier lu
law, the (luadalups she'P breeder, who
was serloiHly 111 for a time, was much
better when they left Las Vegas.
From the New Mrilcan.
The Sauta Ke road has made a round
trip rale of $i.l5 from Sauta Ke to Albu
querque during the talr.
Mrs. Ueorge U. Smith, ot Maine, ar
rived Monday night over the Sauta Ke
and left Tuesday morning for OJo Call
eute to try the springs there for rlieuma
tlhin. She Is obliged to use crutches.
Itev. K. M. Craig, superlutemleut of
Presbyterian diImiious, amved from A I
buquerque Mondav and continued north
to lata) over the benver & HioHrande.
Mr, Craig was formerly the Presbylerlau
pastor in this city. Mrs. Craig and
daughter are the guests ot Mrs. Charles
L. Bishop in this city.
Tbe funeral ot Mrs. Sloan took place
from the bouse on Cathedral pla at 10
o clock Wednesday morning, Kev. W. 11,
Moore conducting the services. The in
terment was in falrvlew cemetery under
the direction ot undertaker nagner
Ths pall be trers were Gov. Otero. Judge
Walker, Col. Knaehel, J. D Hughes, W. it
Pope aud Arthur seiigman.
LA 8 VfcUAa.
From the Optic.
The Las Vega roller mill ls receiving
thirty thousand pounds of wht every
day, which In to be turned Into 11 mr that
has no superior on this mundane sphere.
Geo. W. Kelly, who broke into K. II
Hehrlng's store, Buuday night, while as
he claims, under the Iblluenee of liquor,
was bound over to the graud jury. Being
unable to furnish bonds to the amouut
of 1300. he ls at the present time a gut st
ot sheriff Koniero.
The San Miguel bank ba received
from the government, and have for eir
eulation, 70,0oo in bright, new 1 10 bills,
with the signature of 11. T. Hosklus on
the lower left baud corner, while that of
J. M. Cunuiiigham or Krauk Springer
appear where the preetileut or vlce-prettl
dent should append their autograph.
JesuH Domlugues, Touia Moutauo and
John Butler, all of uu-ouud mtnd, who
have been Incarcerated in the county
jail, owing to the lack of accommoda
tions at the territorial lusane asylum,
were turned over to that lustltutlon, the
new wing having been opened, the
asylum ls now ready to meet all demands
111 uie upon it.
From San Juan County Index.
Miss Maud Waring ls visiting in Farm
Court ls to meet In Altec on Mondav.
October a, according to olrlcial notifica
tion received by county ollloers here.
Joe Pendleton, who has made bis home
In Actec for the past two or three months.
returned to Duraogo where be will at
Price Walters' little boy Arthur re
ceived a severe kick in tlie face from a
horse Monday afternoon that Came near
being fatal. I
rlev, K A. Uagle, of Indiana, has been
appointed a home inl-telonary in San
Juan county by thn Presbylerlau board
of borne mlHslous, and is eipented to ar
rive between tne ibtu and Koin ot the
John Noel, con dn of the Noel brothers
of Kruitlaud, dud last Monday at the
noels trading store out 011 the reserva
tion, aud was burled at Kruitlaud Wed
nesday. He waa a victim of consump
tion, and bis arrival In San Juan county
a few months ago was too loug delayed
to cnecx me a read aiaeaee.
Try lakllltars aVwt tea aa4 kakla pajajaai.
fe are lavttad.
Is anything going to be done about
sending a baxe ball team from Kl Paso
to try for a part of that 11,000 purse
hung up by the Albuquerque fair man
agement? If so, the movement should
oomnieuce right now to get a team to
gether and practice faithfully tiutil time
to play. The metropolis of tlis southwest
should by all means have some sort of
representation at the principal talr of
the section, and a good ball team Is tbe
mnet feasible achaine to acitomplleh that
end PuhIi the inat'er, ye hate ball fans,
aud buHluees men, both. Kl Paso Tribune-Telegraph.
K. A. Pearson, the civil engineer and
iurvsyor, returned to the city last night
from the south. He has been doing some
surveylug for the Huuta Ke railway.
Touey Caccavllliaui came In from Be
leu lust lilglit. He baa charge of the
tone work of tbe new store building be
ing erected by John Becker.
M. W. Viouriioy, vice president of the
first National bank, who was at Gallup
on busluexs, returned to the city last
Couuty Collector Burnsldes, of Grant
eouuty, came In from the south laitt
night, and coutlnued on to Denver.
How Is this? wlr
caused It, or iricf. or iiik-
nes.or perhirs it wtscsre.
No mstter rnhsf the cause,
you cannot wish to look old
f iray hair It starved hair.
The hair bulbs have been
deprived of proper food or
proper nerve force.
Increases the circulation In
the scalp, gives more power
to the nerves, supplies miss
ing elements to tbe hair
Used according to direc
tions, gray hsir begins to
show color in a few days.
Soon it hst all the softness
snd richness of youth and
the color of early life returns.
V'ould you like our book
on the Hair? wewillglsdly
tend It to you.
If you do not obtain til tha
benefits you expected from
the Vigor, write the doctor
shout It. He my be able to
suggest something of value
to you. Address, Dr. J. C.
Ayer uo., Lowell, mass.
LUart instate Cltlracd a Tlctlm Last
Sunday Might at Sifljrd;
I.ai-t Sunday evening, about 7:30, Mar-
qtierrltn Hanrlfs, the leader of the Mex
lean orchestra hers, was talking to an
other Mexican ami a woman, when sud
denly be fell headlong to the ground, not
even uttering a sound.
II was immediately picked up. but
was dead. 11 was staled at the I no neat
thnt he must have been dead by the time
ne HirucK tne groumi.
Ths case was reported to Justice Ron
da. who on Monday morning summoned
a jury and held a coroner's inonestover
tne remains. After hearing all the tes
timony, which was simply that b fell
aeaa wnii talking, and an examination
of the body, both by Dr. Davis and the
jury, iney returned a verdict that the de
ceased came to his death from heart fall-
are BafTord Guardian.
A Onal Kncllan Stataainaa'a Saeret,
The secret ot a celebrated Kngllsh
statesman's long life was his systematic
way of eating. Kvery bite ot food waa
chewed thirty times before swallowing.
tne reetiit was ne naturally enjoyed
go d health. Most men and women bolt
tbelr food, and eat things which were
never intended to be eaten. They become
coetlve, have a bad complexion, lose Uesh,
ars irrlttble and nervous, and the first
thing they know they are "played out.
It Is gratifying to know that Hoetetler'e
Mloniach miters cures stomach troubles.
It is purely a vegetable medicine that
stood ths test of many years. It cures
caee which seem to be bopelee a. Suf
ferers room any disorder of rbe stomach,
liver or bowels should try ll.
The territorial board of eoualitatlon
was in aes-doc to-day, with Prrsldent Ho
barf, Thos. Hughes, J. B. Duncan, G. L.
I lrich aud K011111I0 Martinet nreeent.
The time ot ths board was occupied in
appeals from the action of ths different
boards of eouuty commlwloners. There
er twenty six pn text tiled, the most of
which have been heard.
of baking powder at 25 or
30 cents a pound.
It can't be good, and pay
the maker and grocer a
Schilling's Best costs you
more because it costs the
maker more. n
8TC Rots' ICU0PKAM.
K. WlllmnniW T V Uuhsr n.llnn-
t. II llnaui. I ns Inerulaa. II T Whllu'
La Vegits; John Coyle, Chicago; Leon L.
amine, rmu rrancmco; K. M. iiarinw, uai
lup; T. M. Saurman, Denver; W. P. Kch
leuacter. Port Worth: John Neville. Illi
J lislius v.n.. nt. r ti.a.ir.,.,1
- - J , " ' .' . . , J , M. I'lSIIIUIII
Prlnne. IciinnniilM V IU ? sfitntar.1 sUar-
Iju Vegas) Tboa. K. llutchluson, Los An
gelen. HOTEL HIUHUND.
. n. 1 arm, ninsiow: e. w. nerce,
Colorado) J. J. Sheridan, Sauta Ke; Cbaa.
a. 1 nomas, a. j. nrowu, ueuver.
C. 0. CuHhuiau, who ls the southwest
commercial traveler for Sweet, Orr&Co
New York, came In from tbe west last
night, and will remain in the city for
T. K. Harroun, tbe olvil engineer of tha
territorial Irrigation and water rlirhta
commlsHton, left this morning for Ban
Marlauo 8. Otero. Jr.. will attend
school at Lexington, Mo. He left tor the
east last night.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal. Midwinter Pair.
A Pars Orapt Crtsra el Tartar Powscr.
40 YEARS TILE STANDARD.
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU!
DON'T MVKE A MISTAKE.
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Jjj .V"" -'4ijJ n
Ui sijmtic awjrits: J f
3ss-n. ra gj ara. n l tj
JTtlMSl ItllaWll p,
1 1 1 ta rfi a in 1
THE GREAT MAJESTIC.
We will Sell you Btove or Hxr-rre 011 Knxy Ternin
Donahoe Hardware Co
CORNER RAILROAD AVENUE AND THIRD STREET.
W I TRIMRI F & Til S:8TJtEBT,
Hi Li MIIIIIULL VX UUit Between Railroad and Copper kit
L Livery, Sale, Feed and f
Carriages, Roal Carts, Spring Wagons,
Addrew W. L. TRIMBLE &
Twenty years ago. In 1878, Mr. C,
A. W , who was then thirty
three years of are, asnred bis
life in the Kqtiitable under policy
No. 213,048 for 2,iK). This policy
was Issued on the Limited fay
nient form, with an accumulation
period ot tweuty years, and on
which tbe anuual premium was
Kor twenty yars then Mr.
W has been protected by
1'J.noo of life asaiiranne. and if he
hsd tiled at any time, his family
would at once have received
$2.(KO. However, he has not died,
and now in lHtw, he has the
choice of the following options of
1. TO Sl'RRXNIIKIt thkPoi.
11 Y AND KKCK1VB IN
. ToSl'HRKNIIKR THE POL.
II'Y ANI Kll HIM A
S. To KK tlvi paiiiitp 101.-
ICV I OH rl'LL AMOUNT
IN C ABH OP
Snhjert to Mtlsfactory mellcal e
smlnatloD tor ainuaol over original
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
"Strongest In the World."
WALTER N. PARKHUR5T,
Mriico snd Arlxona Department.
ALSUyUERUUE, N. M.
MELINI & EAK1N,
Wholesale Liquor and Cigar Dealers,
AID SOLI AGISTS FOI
Wa handle avervf lilniv In nop Una k
eomplute illustrated price lUt sent free
uhiu aopncaiiou. litis l.nr.si
1'UICKD LlyiUH I10USK in tbe West.
Ill MOl'TII PIHST BTRSCF.T,
ALUI'QI ERUL'K. N. M.
What H. Daabar Haa for
Kaacbaa, Uaaaaa, Lola, Klo.
Bom. rllOir. Inla In riHlrahla lnr.ll,,n.
low purrs. Look at tlirin.
irooo, nearly nrw ptiaeton, cheap.
kmlll-roolll brlL'k hollas) nil llnta.laav arlth
batli room, clieap; tt lix atiou In ibe ny.
Sd.loo t'orner of Hroailway and Coel ave
nue, I lot fmiU'J lrl, V liouai-a. VII., our ol 6
rooms and one ot 7 rooms. Tula la one ol the
orsi iiH-Miuma ana ia a bargain.
Tlirr. kits ou Gold ancuue near Sao Kelip
Pour lota OD Coal lrnt. riirn.r ill ThlrH
atrrrt, will oe sold at a baigaiu; will srll two ll
aa.soo 1 wo bouara with 4 lots In one ot ttie
one loratioua on Nortb h ilth aiieet; Uiey rent
fur 6 per iihmuIi; a batiiain,
Mt-sa lanila from 10 aires to 180 acre..
hirst class property In all parts of tlie city.
A nice place near the Atlantic pa illc
general olluea, 4-rooin house, nearly new
with lot MTslU'J feet. 1'rlc. S 1,01)0; easy
home choice lot. at low price, lodllferent
parta of tbe city.
SS.MKi -Klue ranch, of 7 arm. all In good
cultivation; lota ol fruit of the test quality ;
brick house of 4 p-ooU rooms. This plat e le
V'-t mllrs uorth ot the city, and Is one of the
best plat ea in Uie valley.
f l hoo-lo one of the beet lixatlont In the
Highlands, on aouth llroadway; brick house,
7 rooms aud patb room; lot b0al44 feet; .
r.foo-In tha Highland., on South Walter
atreel, lota luuilll feel, Wltb brick bouse ol
t room., slab!., etc.
POH .ALE OB RENT.
Kanch, 84 mllrs out, ISO acres land, good
buildings, laige bouse, .table, etc.
0K4 Oold Avrno.,
Corner ol 1'bliU elreet-
1. Cure t'ouatlptiuii Forever.
Tak. Citsraret. t'amlv t'mharllc luc or fee.
If tl ll L fall looure. drucaisu rufuud tuuuey.
Ladles' leather belts, worth 500, at SOe;
belts worth toe at H)o each. Uorienwald
f Bottled in Bond.
Hones and Mules Bought
Agent for Columbus
THE BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.'-'. -a
Victorias, Buggies, I'beatoos, Etc, for Sale.
CO Albuqtacrquc. New Mexico.
DESCENT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Bcjt Do
mtuttc Coal In use. Yard
oppovtc rrdfht Offi
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. It54
Uld lelephone No 25
Lcarc CrrdcrTrltnbIe'i itablca
A. K WALKElt,
Secrelirj Intnil Bnlldlng lunclitlon.
naiMi al J. O. IUMridt.1 Lsassr Tarel.
All kinds of Freah and Sa
Meats. .. .. ., ...
Steam Sausage Factory.
MA 8 ONI C TEMPLE,
EMIL KLEIN WOKT, Prop
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harness, Saddles, Baddlerj,
osxmiri i lutruware, i m twiea, tsooe
Nails, Matues, Chains, Whips, Collars,
Bweat fada. Castor Oil, Aiie Grease,
Boston Coach OIL, Unto Negro, Buddy
narrester uu, Pieaterootuu, Ijtrd OIL,
Harness OU, Lluseed OIL, Castile Hoap,
tiMrnees noap, carrlarfe Bponges
Chamois Skin, Horse Medicines.
Prloa tla Iiowut,
Highest Market Prices Paid for Bides
Thos. F. Kelehor,
404S Railroad Art, Albuquerque.
PI0NEEK BAKEHY !
BALL1N3 BROB., Paoraiaroaa.
Weeding CakeT a Specialty !
Ws Daalra Patroiutg-S, and we
Guarantee Pirat-Olaaa BaUnff.
Telssraph order. solicited and Promptly PUIed
Buy or Sell,
boo aoDD Jk.-xrxa.
lAMIiH V. M
Of Viiliirru Arizona.
400 Pure Bred French Merino
Backs for Sale,
eighteen innntlis old. Heavy shearer
t to 27 Miuuds. iiullvered ou cars lu
lota of Co or more at (10 prr bead.
300 BUCK LAMBS
Dropped in February aJme stock $5
per head. For range eheep Merinos
beat theui all.
J ACOB KOHBEIt & CO
Man aact are. of and Daatlar
Tbe Beat Sastarn-Made V.hlclaa
Pine Hone-Shoelnr a Specialty.
aatlsfkotioa Ouarantawd In ill Work
Rarialiinf , Painting and Trimmlnf
Dona on Hhort Notice, t i i i i i i
Ibop, Cornir Coppir It. u4 First JtH
sUasqDBBSBS. H. U
Ulabawl link l-rlea f Kill
Kor furniture, stores, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harneea, aaddlea, alioes, eto.
Hart's, IU ttold avenue, next to Wells
Kargo Kxpreas otlloe. See me before you
buy or sell.
Ad experience ot years enable J. L.
Bell & Co. to furnish Just what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited; tree de
livery. fe.eribu.ljr hit ho,
CriacareU Camlv I'litliartir, the mo.t won
doi-ful invdii'ttl ilisi'ov erv of Uie Kfe, neasr
.nl und rofr.-sliiMK to the tasie, art itently
and (lusitlvi ljr tiu klilueia. liver and ImjwuIs,
clranmuif Hit) entlrn avali ui, dlHl ixilila,
cure lieailMiilie, fever, buliluml cuntiallua
and blllnutmiaa. 1'lra.u buy and try a box
Of C. C. (.'. lo iluy; 10, , r0cei.U. UulUaisd
(uaraututxl to cur. by all drucgi.la.
ui. luiuimyuu uuJJij
Santa Fo, Now Mexico.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMIJEU 5.
For 1'articulars Apply to
Ho I for
I. Kndoned by
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER,
Agent for Nrw Mexico.
Also Agent for the bent BCILWNO and 10KS ASSOCIATION,
HTOCK FOH SAI.K.
Academy of "Our Lady of Light"
MriAumvil ihiimv u.m w .r t-i ,u
SANTA FE, OIRLS AND VOIJNH l.AIUKS. NIIW MEXICO.
f-osnrc TSO V THS
SISTERS OF LOEETTO.
Thi 46tU Academic Term Will Ojn, Mtm.Uy, Si-j.t 6th, 1898.
Thi. Arirl.mV I. alllialH In a m.ul Ju-l...l.l. l..-.l ... ... .
, , , V; -. " 1 ,r 1 " M' ' ii'i'iecnv sii i.irnous rur us neaitnrui
and aarreal.le climate The ti'nMmu h (ilrni.lie.l thr.iilKliniit with miKlern ciinvenieilcea, in.
The course il liitnirtl..n ciiiniirise.' every branch rontrllnitlna to thorough .nd rrllned
Mliiratliin. Music anil Art receive snecial attention.
l-orPMoseacTtis. adilrew, SISTER 8UPERIOR.
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open JL.ll tlie Yenv.
Good accomotl.ition at reasnnahlt r.ilPit. Tho fr11r;n,r kA
- . a .a v"v vi a ai i v
analyais of one of the various springs at the Resort:
SAIlllnt Vi1-lr)u rTIHIlMa a.ia Kl.)!.. .
aUIUli. UUUI IUC, (jl IUU9 UCI JUIlUU , .1927
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1806
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Total 1 1.337
Water delivered in the citv. Convevanre leave. Alhun-.irmia
for the springs every Wednesday
"VJEX3E2 EACH "WATZ".
Order slate at O. W. Stronr's. cornr-r Srnn.l .trext and rnnn
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB r'roprletor.
Good Goods at Low Prices.
13 Railroad Avenue.Albuquerouet N. M.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer 1
FL0UH, GRAIN &
Oar Lata Bpaolalty.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE, j :
I ill ll iftil w ir' I I
First St. and Lead
ZEIGER C AFE I
QUICKEL & BOT. Pron.
(Baocwviora to Vrank U. Jnom )
Finest WhlsUes, Imported !3l
Tbe Coolest suit Blrhest Gride of Lifer Served
Finest Millard Hall lu tha Trrrltory.
Finest and Best Imiwrted and Domestic Cigars
JOIIXSTOX & JIOOUE'iS-
Famous Stages Leave
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
tTFor the Resort.
I.l very Kid and Ha'es 8Ublna.
II tCK-4 1 ) anr pirt of t'H city fir only So.
Old T.dephoua No B. New Telephone No. 114
COPPER AVESUE, Bet. Sfconl and Third Sis
V X. .j
', '-..Tsw "
Nl ' Vsa'' twwwsi ar
MONKY TO LOAN.
tllAK ItKKU 187
and Health Hesort,
and Saturday morning.
completo Stock of the
Douglas Shoos and Slippers.
dies' Button and
ice Shoes of All
CftrrlM lh I.argoat ma
Mutt KxUolv btoott of
-.staple : groceries:-
To b. foaad Soatti wsat.
: ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.'
- -ii T Hoi, CitBin;
I'.UI Pllntl. Itf
Domestic lm ud Ccicj