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THE DAILY Cll'l&KN
HCQI1K9 A I'cCRKlGHT. PrBLienitRS
Taos. Hcahm Kill tot
W. T. McCrrioht. Rii. Mgr. and City KI
Asaoeiated Frees Afternoon Telegrams,
Official l'(wr of Bernalillo Comity,
Largeat City and fount; Circulation
The Largeal New Meileo Circulation
Larftwl North Arliona Circulation
ALHIQC K f K, NoVriVTtHW
To make a point against the editor of
TBI CiTir.iN.tb Democrat on Sunday
morning falsified the election returns.
IT Is only "the ruling palon strong
In death" that leads Spain to delay and
bag gl over tb settlement of the last
term of peace.
AT Las Vegas everything In Ibe city le
owned by actual reatdenU of tb elty.
Tblt 1 tb reason for tb rapid growth
t that elty thl year.
BanJcam county gar Fergaason
majority of 20W, bat give majorllle to
tb republican candidate for territorial
oonclimea end reprmentatlfe.
In Lincoln cvuuty the republlean
ticket wu elected. Mr. Perea loet the
i ouoty by 00. Two year ago the democrat
eairted tb county by a large majority.
A CmciOO men died and left 150.000
to the newsboys of that elty the Inter!
on it to be eipended for their benefit
for 09 year. He wa one a newaboy
TBI Gallup Uleaner, In aelgnlflcant
paragraph about the election, aaya: "Mr.
Fergusaon will know bnw much reliance
to put In hi friend at Albuquerqu
Ma. Grant organ I whining because
he Is niHiitloiiwt as a nun resident Shy
lock by Tui Citi7.cn. Bo he 1. Whei
he lived her one of the hoee eompanlea
wa named In hi honor, and he treated
the boy no shabbily that the nam of the
company was changed.
TBI Phoeuli Herald, In commenting
on the election of a democratic delegate
In ArliMia. sits: "Wilson's mission a
delegate for Annua In the Ofty-slxth
eoDgres will be tally a efficient and
productive ct result as that of a bump
on a log.
In 1U comment on tb defeat of Col.
Brodl for delegate to eongrea from
Arliona, the William New aye: "Art
toa moat have time to recover from the
blow she baa Inflicted on herself by
defeating Brodle. To say the least, It
wa a very an wis act at a most Inoppor
A patent baa been granted to a New
Jersey man for electric car without
Ither trolley or wire. No conduit
are necessary and any kind of wheels
may be used, a tb current Is not re
turned through the body of the rail.
Tb cost of operation l said to be
mueh lea than that of tb ordinary
Tbkui are several people who have
done more for Albuquerqu and never
boasted about It than A. A. Grant. That
gentleman maintains a paper In this
city to tell what he baa dune fur the
town. Is aelllng water at double price
a patent to tb title of public benefactor?
If so. then Ur. Grant I the aavlor of this
Pitt the sorrows of tb poor Kballfa
the dervlnb leader, who Is between the
devil and the deep sea. On one aide he Ih
turd pressed by the natives, who are
friendly to th Anglo Kgyptlan aipedl
tloo, and In Imminent danger of captor
and on the other side he Is confronted by
a cbolo collection of a hundred or more
One 8 pan inn paper seeni to pontics
tonii good horse sense. It I the Liberal,
of Madrid. A New York Herald special
from Madrid quote thl conservative
Journal a urging th Bpanlsb govern
ment to conclude a peace with tb Uulted
State with th utmost rapidity, so that
Kuwla or Germany may not Interfere In
a manner to bring fresh disaster to
Bpaln. Well said, and especially In
light of an anuooneemant In tb saint
eabl that th emperor of Germany would
top at Cadli on his homeward Jour
ney from the east.
While at Las Vega yesterday tb editor
of Tui Citizen, through tb courtesy of
Mr. P. B. Carpenter, bad tb pleasure of
being shown over that prosperous elty.
During the past year fully on hundred
residence aud business bouse bav been
erected In La Vegas, and many of the
buildings would be a credit to any elty
In the country. Now that Ban Miguel
county has been redeemed from a gang
of corrupt plunder ri, La Vega will
till further grow and prosper.
TUB Bl KAMI HE Of VALra.
Tb sole measure of value to an adver
tiser Ii tb number of reader and prob
able customers hi annuuneemeut will
reach. Judged by thl Inflexible stand
ard. Thi Citizen stands pre-eminent.
No other paper published In the south
west ha o large a percentage of It
circulation among th homes, farulll
and business circles of tb eounty where
printed. In no other New Meileo paper.
therefore, is an advsrtlsemeut worth half
o much to an advertiser.
Tb republican mad remarkable
gain at th recent election In thl tar
rltory. Tbey carried eleven counties out
oat of eighteen for congressional dele
gate, and their legislative and county
nominee carry fifteen counties. Tb
republican legislative candidate carry
tb territory by over i ,000 majority, aud
Mr. Perea Is elected by over 1,000 me
Jo-lfy The d' room's only hive fnnr or
3ve member tn the next territorial is
mblf. 1 1 the mhor'l the rpoWlr-ir
III lave ten of the twelve number, and
in the hon over twenty nut of the
I areuty-five members. The biet pert ol
be rrunllrn victory Is the wiping mi'
if the Oliver Le gang In lna Ann
9nntv, and th Kelli Mart'nri crowd In
an Migm I county. Th cleaning out ol
be gang of thug and murderer I
worth much to the territory, and Insure
for New Meileo a peilod of law and or
der and pneperlty.
Ill X OK HUN.
The Democrat I not satisfied wl;h the
results of the election, and I dev. ting
It whole attention to trying to work up
race prejudice In thl city and to work
Ing up a boycott agalut The Citizen
Tb Democrat should devote It spare
to pulling its owner and quit
trying to li.Jure the city. TheCiti.in
represent toe people In Bernalillo
eounty. It stands as the friend of the
people who buy goods. The Democrat
represents Mr. Grant and hi fran
chlsed corporations. If the Demo
erat Is going to etart tn pulling
verybody dowu who dare to oppoee Mr.
Graut and his money miking schemr.
that paper will di Albuquerque
an Injury from which the town can
never recover. A a republican paper,
Thi Citizen made Its Qght for republi
can principle and the republican nomi
nees This paper was attacked by Ova
democratic pnper In the county and a
metn personal campaign was nude
against the whole republican ttciet.
rbs republicans niJs a clau tight.
The Citizkn slattxl fseie for the coiHd-
eration of voters. Whn the elecll'ii
was over, thl paper na'.urally n j deed
over th wonderful republican vlct ry.
It ha no apollgles to offer, arid it wn are
to enter noon a Wring down crmpaign
notice Is here duly given lb it Thkmti
zen enUrs a protect agaliiat niicIi a
policy aud will staud up m ttie defeuttve
agalust such a suicidal course for the
The republicans of Ban Miguel county
won a signal victory on the 8th of No
vember, and they met to celebrate the
event on Monday evening at La Vegas.
Republicans were present from all over
the territory, aud the rej.dciug wa gen
eral over the redemption of that county
from the corrupt rule cf Keliz Martinez
In the evening a big procemlon formed
aid with two bands, torches and bonfires,
the cheering people msrchid through the
principal streets to D mean's opera house,
which capacious edifice waa paoknd to
trie door. iisa. Janus 8. Dii'ioati pre
lied over the meeting, aud speeches
w re male by II. K ritcliell. T. B Cat
ron. Gi n. K L. Bariltl, II. 0. Burxuui
an I others.
The feeling Is general at Las Venae
fiat tb republican will control that
eounty for years to come, having made a
ean sweep of the county at the recent
election, with the lews of only one caudl
d it, the nominee for probate J idge.
FOR flllLIO FHI NT Ell.
Tb republlean legislative delegation
of Bernalillo eounty will present th
name of W. T. McCrelght. the energetic
business manager of Tui Daily Citizen,
for Territorial Prluter. It will be a
friendly contest with onr friend at
Santa Ke for the position. If Mr. Mc-
Crelght Is elected he will faithfully dls
charge the duties of the position. If be
Is defeated there will be the satisfaction
that a deserving representative of the
New Mezlcan will receive the office.
MOHIC AMU till,
The opposition to the grand Id repub
llcan party In this city and enmity du not
take their lirklug kindly. They try to
believe that the country will now gn to
destruction poco pronto, aud predict
other dire thloiis to happen. The Citi
zen feel real sorry tor ths defeated ones,
and would suggest that they get Into a
better frame of mind. The country Is
all right, aud New Meileo Is at the head
of the procession of prosperity.
The Citizen has riled up thetiallup
Gleaner by meutloutng thut It had ben
suggeeted that It was a probability that
Gillup might be attached to Valencia
eoanty. The Item was Int. u led to tlr
no the tender susceptibilities of the
Q leaner editor. No such thli.g Is eon
template! Instead, it Is now under
stood that Messrs. Bowie, Bpeucer Bill
Otero have agreed on the creation of the
eounty of Roosevelt, and thut they lu
tsud to take all the western pjrtlon of
thl eouuty aud Valencia Into the new
Will HrowUn Tra,-k.
A railroad mail dangerously lluble to
get on to inside facts, has learned that
th Bio Grande road will stundaid gaue
at Santa Ke sooner than tin public gen
erally Imagines; also, that the beginning
of this Improvement Is l he bruadeiilng of
ths gauge west of Lt Vet i. Thl eeclh n
of the country Is growing, and the Den
ver A Klo Grande uiair K-'uieut Is fully
alive to the fait. New V I'can.
Tbenew fiim of Loiu'mrdo & Pallu-
dlno, baviiigeucceeded to A. Lombardo In
the bunluess of gio erles, feed and pre
due, we beg to notify the public that we
111 keep ou doing huslnees at the old
staud, No. 317 uorth Third street. All
accounts ud to d tv will be nunt ami
collected by Mr. A. Loinhsrlo, and all
accounts hereafter will belong to the
new firm of Lombardo A Pa ladluo.
II A. M Pali.aiiinu.
AM IHI'OKHH UUItlllNl'I.
To make It arei.t to thou-aitd, who
tnifiE Uiemselves III. that they are not
tlllrled with any disease, but that the
system simply needs cleaueiuir. Is to
bring comfort home to their hearts, as a
nostive condition Is easily cured by uslnv
Byrup of Kig. ManuraCired by the
t allfornla Kig fiyrup t o. . nly, and sold
by all diuggis;.
Flit Miiuvy In li.y I'utM
By buying a f or f ,n c is', r
suit for i 14, f i III the I,,! of lu ! -
made ty Pershing A ('- r.f ',-i- - i.
8l0). Sn h,
Tie Ka.lroad Aniue Chrh er
Now Is thd tiu.e in oi !er yr v'ank
account books, in Miey wilt be ti.ir(.ngi,
seasoned, when you open a new set of
tsMiKS ins nrst or the ).r. All kinds of
Maui djoEs made at I UK I I iik.n bind
ery. isi ua give you prices on your
won ueiure seuoiug u out of town
Children's, youths' and boys suits, at a
great saving to you. The largest assort
ment In town to select from. Itosenwald
r'nnn tin-1 h'rftaln.
Mrs. Naili'iii Hull ai In fr 'in Water
Canyon on a vielt to !o"nrro friend.
Ths Wster Canyon seM-l wilh MIm
Annie VY:rkhfi'i si ti acb-r Is doing well,
the pupil sll uitkti.f i,(hi1 prrgreee in
Mr. 0. K (iarrlnn. wife of the Wet
ero I'.ii in tel graph operator, Isrip'-e'.rd
horn In a few day frm a couple l
monthn' vlit to hr pirm' In Kn"ft
Pete Blauht-r a'rive-l in Magdalena
the flrt of lait week with a fine bunch
nf fat Cdtlln from hU range In tht
White mountain, Arizma
There will b an increawd ani' uut of
mining and dt-veinpiii nt woik done In
lh Magdalen mouutatns during the
e nilng year.
Kilar Garcia, the well known Vagda-l-na
sheep man, ha J nit Completed a
shipment uf 0'.M"0 sheep from the north
eatern part of the teiritory to the Kan
sas City market.
Mrs. Vtm OMara will give a ninslcate
at ths opera home Wednesday bight, No
vember ltl. Concert begin at 7 J p. m.
itiarp Mrs. O'dira Is an accomplished
niutlclau and those who attend may be
admired of a very enjojabl" eveulng.
The puelto school of this city are get
ting along nicely. We have been very
toritiuate lu having secured a most effi
cient and failhrul corps of teachers and
ill venture the awertlon that no city In
the tertltry hai belter public schools
t..;i;i h-is bi'C .rr j.
Lo W iiitelet, the R a-orro county cadet
to the New Meileo Military luetltute at
K ewell, Iui recently bsen a;ip)inlel a
Mrg-autut CAdets lu that li.ettti.tiuu
L -o Is a brltiht young man who is ad-
ruiiciug finely lu hi similes and bis
friend here are gl.d t know of his eut-
LAS V Kt IS
Kroni the (Jpllc.
lbs evil advertised to be given t y
the Degree i f llouor on Nuveuiber 17 has
beu ludrfljlteiy poetpoueil.
8 Nahm Is lu receipt of uews from
Btvarla announcing the death of bis
mother at the ripe o.d age of 71 years.
P. Kolh sold twenty steers to Chas.
LeaU, of Watrous, and purchased ol
Capl. A. M. Autllu forty Que fat cattle.
II. W. Keily.ot the llrmof Urues, Black
well A Co., aud Albeit T. Lawrence, of
Catektll, have beeu Invited to Join A. A.
Koblueou, president of the Meilcan Ceu
tral road, in an eitended Juuket through
Meileo. Mr. Koblusm will arrive from
the east In his private car within a day
or two aud will be met here by theie gen
thiueu. K. A. KiUards and Blev Powers wei
o it deer hunting Uuuday. They were on
t!ii h null fork of the (Jallloas, near Kd-
wardn' raucli, aud about twenty five
miles from towu. Kdward brought
town a uisgulUceut back which betted
ii pounds, tioius smaller game was
aU I secured.
The wedding of MU Kit Klunegan
an I Kred. Iieemarals took place Mouday
m irnlng at the Church of Borrow, West
Li Vegas, at H o'clock. Very Itev. Jaa
II. Defourl wa cetebraut, Iter. M. A. D.
Kibera. of hapello, deacon, and lie v. A.
Kabeyrolles, sub-deacon. There were
present nt the ceremony Ki v. J. B. Kajet,
of Ban MUuel; K v. C. Balland, of Cha-
perllo; Itev. 11. Le'iuillon, of Ban Geron-
lm Itev. M. Oiler, of Tlptonville, and
Itev. Henry C. Puuget, ut Ka-t Las Vegas.
The brldeeiiiald wa Mrs. Ktldolph Voll
mer and ths bridegroom's best man wa;-
VI r Vollnier.
a a nt a r..
From the New Mexican.
Captaiu Muller, of Troop G, has wired
the eoiigratulutlous of the troop to Gov
ernor elect Itoosevelt, of New York.
K. Loweuthul, a well known Albuquer
qu business in. ill, cam tip Baturdat
nlKhl and regthtered at the Claire.
Itev. Peter Pelz r. who ha betn as
Ntaut to Father Ullb-rlou at the Guada
lupe church for ths past year, ha been
apixdnted purieh priest at Han Mareial,
aud will leave shortly to take charge ol
hisnewfliuk. During Father Pelzer's
resldeiiee among Bantu Feans he has
made many friends, aud ths regret at
his departure will be generel
Ageut T. J. t'urran, of Albuquerque.
repr eentlng ths Kquitable Life Ansur
auce association, of New York, came u;
tr mi the south Sunday night and con-tinu-d
uorth Mnii''uy morning over thr
n irrow gauge. Mr. t'urran represents a
live and active company that Is making
great lisAdwsy In thl territory.
It I understood that Ju'ge McKls will
lui.ks an h.lilree befura the terrltnrlul
union of the . P. 8. C. h. ueit month at
l.as Vina", the eubj el of hi address be
lug The Christian lu Politics." The
Ju Ige Is always an liiterestiiig speaker
and what he has to say on thl i matter
will be well worth listening to.
KfV. Hi.th.-r Jiilllar.l, of Gallup, who
has b.s'ii visiting lu this city, en route
home from a trip to Fiance, outluued
on to Gallup Sunday afternoon. He be
lleves from what hs saw In France that
i.'aptuiu Dreyfus will be reconvicted;
also, that the French people were strong
for war with Kuglaud, so that It would
take but very little "to fire the magazlue,1
as the eipreselou Is.
A J. Henderson, Wluslow: II. J. Ra-
nier, llolbrisik; II. D.Gibson, Des Moines,
lowa; it. o. iiuiuon, i oiorado; Mrs. ( . A
RotHirteon, Mr D. ('. Little and rhll I, D
K. Robertson, Toronto, Canada: Mrs. B. '
SwIiik. Kansas City: W. II. Core, Jr , F.
A I'leiand. t li.elnnatl. tlhlo: P. M John
sou, Nugal. N. M ; J. G. Col- man, Ti.wkn,
iau.; J. e,. l itis, neuver; .vrs.tt.nei',
Martinez; Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hll-o, tier
uallllo; J. J. McCardy, Denver: U,o. P
llavisou, Louteville; It. W. Mo.tr. Ho
Corro; A. M. Ilelnenisu, Chle- go; Frank
n .Mev-rs, n . I,. KWlug, tt. H. Helbald,
Cineiuuati;0. 8. Brown, Jem z. N. M
J Dalley, C. K. Hutchison, Los Angs
le-; F. C. Bope, 11. M. Coy, Las Vegas.
II. McCreary, Kansas City; Phil l'rsgr.
HI. Lo'iIh; Hi in.. ii Bander, Trinidad;
Koliert HarHi'hllil, Colorado HpriiiKs; K ('
liiiniiavaut, I'lttNburg; Bi K Levi, Bt.
Josenh, Mo.; D. F. Ruir, M D, IWtors
vilie, t.; A Povue, KI Paso; M. J. Lynch,
Pine lllu II, Ark.
Kufurra I aw Uavarulng Klaelloa Kalnraa.
I p to date siz Counties have failed to
make Mums of registration books to the
ecrelury of the territory, although th
law provides that all registration book
must be In hi office before election day.
Ths lw also provide that th election
return from the several eoan'.le nmt
be received by the Secretary within fif
teen daj after th election, and give
that r-ffiei-r power to en1 special mwrn
gers, at the eipene of the derelict edin
ties, f.ir all return not received within
that time Secretary Wallace announce
C at on the moriilng of Noveml er 'U he
will start meseengrr to all conntle that
hsv not compiled with th law. New
A (Innil Hotel.
While at La Vega the visitor from
thl city Mopped at he Plata hotel, rot
ducted by J M. Jacob. Thl hotel Is at
present the only Intel In La Vega, and
it Is nally kpt and well managed. In
few wiek III fin depot hotel In Hunt
I, i Vega will b completed, and that
town will have the b-t hotel aeeommo
datlon in the territory.
TlVI'l r. AI.IIFItT HAZAAH.
Opeait I.at Nlatit at lha Armory t'niler
The Temple Albert Bazaar, which ha
been looked forward to with such keen
annexation, opened last night nudir
mit favorable and au'ptctou circum
stance at the Armory hall. The hall hid
been beautifully decorated for the oeea
sion and when Illuminated by eleetrle
lights presented a brilliant and datzMng
O. N. Marron had been selected to for
mally open the btz tar, which h did In
an elegant speech In which he recounttd
brli-fiy the glorious history of the Jewlrh
race aud paid fitting tribute to the repn
sentatives of that race who make their
home In Albuquerque.
The tun-l'-al program Wa opened bj
Prof. Dl Maiiro, the i-klllful vio.lnH', who
placed a solo on his favorite lus'.rumi nt
to au accompaniment by M1) Hi n
tllirue. Klward Grunsfeld uia-le his first
b 'W to ail Albuquerque ainlleuee since
h s r- turn from Lelpslo. G.iuiauy, where
he ha spent th i pa- t tw i years atu lying
aiil-lc under great master of the art
With ths disadvantage of the deciledly
poor Instrument which takes th place of
a good piano at ths Armory, he played
Chopin's Poloualee tn a manner which
proved his high order of musical genius.
He wa loudly encored and responded by
playing Grieg' Krotik.
The Picadiily Mandolin and Guitar
club, under M.ss Julia Haium's leader
ship, won goldi n praise for the manner
In which It r-ndered the "I'lca till;" two
t-p and the 1 Cake Walk," by Kll Green.
lUnciiig was nut In M-r on the pro
grimi, ami for a few h ur in. Try d meere
"tripped the light, fantastic toe" to the
music of f'rof. Di Mauro's violin w'th au
aemmpanlmeiit by Mis Hauthorne on
Albert Zdgler, of White Ooks, held
the lucky nuutt er In the rtllli of a town
Lit In Rhw.'H, which had been cou
trihu'.ed tithe baitarhy thi lalT.i Pi oyer
c mipany of that town, ami for which
over KK) tickets had b en sold.
Miss K.lith Reniier lesdt the most
popular young Imly c n'.cst, In which the
prints a contly gold watch, with slz
JohU S. Trimhln received five votes a
the m wt p ipular flreuiau In th's city.
The pr n off red lu this contest Is a dla
The vote for the most popular little
girl rewind cl as follows: Florence (irons
fel l. Hi; H trice Ilfold. in; Aline Stern,
III; Batrlce Kasterday, 5; Annette Weln
mau, 5. The prize in this coutest Is a
beautiful doll and the voting promises to
be lively before the Onteet closes.
Tin ilifT renl booths In ths b.nz lar are
v ry artistically brranged and are w II
calculated to ludiiis ouloo'i.-rs to Invest
t'lelr lll itli y lu till) illtT-lelll articles ke t
for sale. Mr. No I feld, Mrs. L Trailer
and Mis M in l.i an I I U 8iiuiu r pr
sl.le.l at l lie Aoi -rlciu booth, wheie the
star au I stripe are muc'i lu evidence.
aud endeavored to dp we of a lare
quantity of apr ins; Mrs. Louis Ilfe'd,
Mrs. K. W. D. Hryan nnd Ji m Llillau
4i'huaioi have charge of the d ill depart
moil; Mrs. K. A.lirunsfoM, Misses Bert'. a
llegmaii, Jett'e R-.-i.-fi waid and Lena Fez
presided at tin Turkis i bsith; Mrs. B
.Spitz, Missis Julia Lee, lleitha MuAntvi
mil Iira Foz were v.-ry bu nt the at
boith; Mrs, Iv.iu Gruusfeld and MisHey
Irene Halnt and Margaret Lee acted us
iileslndles at the Confectionery booth;
sirs. II. N. Jaffa did a floiiriehing bu t
D im at the Vlenua.Cafe, and Mrs. W. Y
Walton filled many a cup of jjy to over-
fiiwltig by the admirable manner In
which she tolJ the fortunes of those who
called at her booth.
The attendance last night was estl
mated at 'M aud It will probably br
larger to night and the bez-tar prouilne
to be even a greater succdss than Its
friend had hi ped.
Because Thoy Keep Their Blood
Pure with Mood'a Snrsaparllla
A Wonderful M-dlclna to Clvo
Stron(th to Weak People.
"My busbsnd baa taken Hood's Sana
parllla and It baa cu ed him of a bad
cough, backache aud bi-adache, and made
blm fsel much stronger. I have taken lt
myself and it has Increased my flvah and
done meafreat deal of good. Wa have
alio given It to our chlldreu and It keep
them healthy." Mas. Mart Walsh,
" My llttla girl was troubled with head
ache, and would be io alcit at heritomach
that ibe could not alt up. We began giv
ing bar Hood'a Haraaparllla, and she baa
not bad anything of th klud alnce taking
it, and ts now perfectly well." Mas. K.
A. Bou.lNOEB, Ononlion, Colorado.
If you have decided to take Hood'a Har
aaparllla do not buy any other tnitcad.
HUUU O naillln
II tin llett -In faet th Ona True niood rurllter.
Alldnikg-iit. 1; ill lor 5. Clat only Hood'a.
llwu I toka.eaivtnm.emui. we.
at. of f.
Miioral Uslge No. i
Knights of Pythias All
member are reiiueeted to be
preseut at their Cattle Hull
on Gold avenue ut 7:30o'clock
to-night. Vlslt4irs welcotuiHl.
(1. . hTHONli, C. C.
M. II. Sawn, K. of R. & B.
Removal sals Is now going on at Gold
ei Rule Dry Hoods Coiiiiiaiiy's etore.
Bueh prices as they are making on their
entire new stork will astonish you.
Kv'irythlng lu the store at cut prices. Do
uut miss this opportunity.
Mrs. Dr. Bishop will lecture at the uni
versity at 11:15 tomorrow ou the sub
ject, "Diet." All are welcome to attend
nn DOCS YOCP
Are your nerve weak?
Can't you sU-en well? Pain
In your back? I ack energy?
Appetite poor? Dlgetion
bd? Boil or plmplet?
These ire sure sign of
From what polsom? I ,
From poison that are !- I 4
wtv found in constipated
If the content of the
bowel re not removed from
the body each day, at nature
Intended, these poisonoue
substances are sure to be
absorbed into the blood, al
ways causing suffering and
frequently causing sever
There Is a common eente
Thy daily Insure n easy
and natural movement of
You will find thitthe us of
with the pills villi hasten
recovery. It cleanses the
Mood from ill impurities and
la a great tonic to ths nerve.
MrrHw thm Deefae-.
4 in r M-Sf-al t,-pirtm. nl oea
el II. a licit eni.tiFi.t il. v OfUtu In
lh I IIH..I t.,i. .. T.-ll ll i-d-M-tor
.,l h-.w ...i .e i.iili-ili.il. fa
rimr. m maiko.
THK ri;T VIOLINIST IN TIIK Tl-R-iinrv.
will iiiif vol mi ii-i.l lia-iiiony Ira
nn: II turmoil ih-l.c-t or. hi-Uca lur Lalla,
l-ini nn.l . ..ii. i-r Aililri-ii in-iiet.il Dtllr.
Mm HI1HOI- At IIImIIOI-
nOMil.Kl'ATIIIl- I'HYSICIANS AND
'vi a. Hmlili-nrr, Nn 4'1'J Krlrlief
ivi-niii- Hli. c i.H.in n, Whilina liuililina
Ni- i-li-i.liiiiir, ln:i. Mr.. Murluii IliBliiip, M
ll.. i.lli. I- li'inr-4. H lu B ti. in. lruiik ll. HiBliiit,
.. till I II, tllr. III!., A m m ait.l 1
anil 7 lu h p. in.
Nf.W MIMOll OIII.I.HI TKIM AUKNUT
LIM ul KKUt'K, NkW MKX1CO. Ct)L-li-rtii.na
in , lie rvt rywl.tre. Nn ctuitgr
unli-a ( l.ilni l rrahril nn. C oirniimlt'iic
nlii ivii. iHIU-fi: Kiiniiia I anil II, L'ulum
ii. II. 1,11 I n r. W. Al.KX. SCTIIKHI.ANK,
Am rnt-v AlaliHgFr
KAHL, A. NHKK.
VTTORNKY AT LAW. Ri.nm 10, Crom
blik, All...q.i-igut-. ,N. a).
'Asrr:iui. I' A) BAoTrKiitt
(YKhllK and n-aiilriu i'. Nn. -4 14 wt-at (inlil
HVfiiut. 1 1-Iri-liiHu. No. 'iH. tlllu-f houra
M to 11 a. in. ; I :'0 to II ail aiiil 1 In W p. m.
ii. a. Kirr ii), M. I). J. S. Emitrnlav. M. D.
v . ti 1 i- k ni u.
OKI-UK I Kit 1(S -ftuit ua. in. and from
1 ;:) i to :i:.'tii an.l tmin 7 to H p. m. Ottire
an. I rruli-in r. no vi OnlJ avrnue, Albu-14111-114111.,
ni-.N 1 nr.
K. J. Alaar. D. I. S.
AR I It I III.OCK. uiiitille lllrlil Hroa.'
CMlu e tiinitM : in. to ly ::ni p. in ; 1 :au
p. in. tofi p. m. AnloiiKitii' ti-li-plion No.
lil'4 A. poll. In. t-ntc, ni.iilf l.y mull.
Ill INAKI M. HOOKY,
TTOKNK.Y AT LAW, Alliuqurriiiie. N.
i i M. I'ronipt HMciitiiMi given tit Mil tul
i t'i rt jnnnw ttMli- i-r ilt ia'Hiii, Will pines
lur in mints tt tnt ttrraury .iiiil Urtore lU
l ii tt tl Matt a Irtinl ulli. r-
W.LI M II. I
4 TTOKNKV-AT-I.AW. tHUe, timm 7, N.
'I.aiihii tiniiilin. Will i, rue tier in aU
tlie ctmiti ol tlir (frtitt.iy.
iMIMWS I Nl At.,
i TH UNKVS A T-UW, A1t.ntiit-rqut, N.
K. W. I IIIUAN,
I T 2 ' NKY-A T I.AW, AP'Uqiirrqoe. N.
i V M. tntuf, hir t atu-iiji Umik titil.ling.
FHAlK V 4 1. M f
T )U i:Y AT I- W. ru n t M ami H, N.
iV 1. nn jii l uiltlinK. Aibuqiu rque, N. M.
9. S . IMIII'llV,
4 TluKNKV A T LAW. lthr nvrrRob
i V rrihoii'it gitH i-ry Mutt. AitmtiiL';qtie, N .M.
MlaT M Dl) fVKanillt
r-iiifi lur iiirriiif,
i . i.e , H i m i o r i Ii t t,
W Intra, uttnaturetl I -rhfti
((!!, or tnv iiiIIhiiiiha
lit. ii, irntftih'ti or ulo'f
linil uf in ii r it il in fill-
f j Ur txnl in f'Mt rppff,
Mr tM I'T ipr. iop'l, iur
fl.UI. T bottle.
rircultr evul renjuMt.
UIkIiiisI phi prli-rs pi 1.1 for furniture
am! liiiUrit'linlil ftuutlH. T. A. Whittkn.
A aura Nino uf t'ruup.
llnaniMifhH lu a rlillil tbat In gulitct to
i-roup la a aunt Imllcatloti of tlie pruarh
of tlm diHiaH. If t'liHiubfrlalu'a t'onuh
H- uifilj Ih nlveu ax auou aa tlie elilltl be
iviiii-h rumM. or even aftur tliecronpv
emiKh Iiuh aini-ar'. It will prvnt tlie
attai-k. Miiiy mother a who liave erotipv
rlillilrHii alwa.vH kwp title roiutsljr at
huml Mini 11 ml that 11 nave them much
trniihlH ami worrv. lt fail almaya lie ile
rtiilnl iihhi aiiil i pleaMunt to take. Kor
eale by all itruuKiHtH.
A romplnte aaMortaiKut of ledtee' per
t'Hle IUiinittta end wixltu wiaiipra,
trout boe to f 3 50 rarli. Kownwald Wroe.
m i wn. n..-n,r ..... n..., m i i
tm iutiuico.1. .....i.-,.. ..a
Ml. J. f. AVER. J f 1
1 L"iWll. Man. f A V I .
V-a. T T r V ay j A
CKIIHII.' OS I.I'MI' COAL TOOK TI1K I J Jill
FIRS I' PRIK AT THK f ft,-
tMnti.iis fair. rnlti
rRUFfiSMONAL CARD, 31m
f. it t 6 .Uyi!Sj
A. Jf (itt-runl
QHOF SiT The Red School House
W-e91 fl O w-a FOR CHILDREN.
213 Railroad lie. A. SIMPIER & CO,
should a mnn assure hi. life? Because to most
men life assurnnc is th t only means of makin ; absolutely secure the future
of their loved one.
I3eratie through Endowment Assurance a man, by making small
annual deposits, may buy a fortune to be paid to him ot the end of twenty
Because an adequate Endowment policy accomplishes the two grea
aims of a man's life; protection for his family and provision for his own futur
These reasons make it worth while to assure, even if a few household
economies tnut be practiced. Better for the wife to econonvz.' a little now
than to be forced to economize for a life-time.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
Strongest In the World."
Iholenla Liquor md C'gir Dealt rs.
AND POLK AOFNT9 FOR
Bottled in Bond.
Ua liuiolU w.,rvll,l., 1., II... 1
T. V .U,...1. rVlJlllllip( (Ml, ,111V. J.
ouiiipli'te llhiHt'uieil rlre list nt-nt free
iikiii Hilli-itioii. THK LOWKST
lUfl'L-k I llll'llll IIAI'C: L- 1 It...
I V. I 1.1 l ' 1 , llVkL-G. Ill IUII T. WW
lit MiurH riHAT erHKBT.
' ALIU Ql KRyl E. N. M.
Cum tmrowncv NiavJh Lmrtmon w4 wmnm
4itwc, J llcrts el uH-ubut. pr sre m4
ion. A ntrwlcnic n4 blooaiMaaWr.
ttw nnlr ikrw to mU chewkt trial rvw
fh hrc ol yorth. by himI 60 pft
a t i a IA. . .k. . . : .
lutraM to curt or rctuoej ikt awMkn.
JOHN BtKKV, Albuqasrqa. K. M.
WANTICD, rUH KALE, KENT AMU LOAT
Wanted Cotik end lanndreae. Apply
to T. N. Hlnch, Uallup, N. At.
Wanted A good eeeond hand ehow
cane. Knqulre at Citizen ufflre.
Wanted Genta' second band elotblnir.
No. 405 nouth Klrxt alret, between Coal
and Lead avenuee. Addreee or call on K
Wanted In every town, a local repre
sent alive; lady or KwnUeruan; eoey work,
good pay, no capital required; paymeut
every week. AdiUeae for partleulara. C.
L. Marerbal Art Co , UH Kliu atreet, Del
To Rent Nice sonny rooma, first elane
beds, cheap. Over poetofllce.
Kor Kent Furnished front room, also
food barn. 42 south Kdlth street.
Kor Kent Dwelling. 700 north Third
street. Call at premises In the forenoon.
First class furnlahed rooms for rent
Inquire of Mrs. brtuiewlck, upetalra over
Kor Rent Five room house, cheap by
the year only; In good repair, all newly
papered and painted. Apply to J. V.
House of seven rooms for rent with
furniture for iia'a to party renting house.
Knqulre at No. 110' south Third street,
I have some property In the Santa
riara valley near Han Jon, Cal . that I
will sell cheap, or trade for property In
Albuquerque. New Meiloo. Kor partli'u
lars aililreoa John O. Dow, Alliuqiierque,
N. M , lu care of Donahoe Hardware com
Removal sale Is now going on at the
Golden Rule Dry Goods company's store.
Such prices as tbey are niaktug on their
eutire new stock will aHtouteb yon. Kv
erythlng In the store at cut prleee. Do
not nilie this opportunity.
"Procrastination la the thief of time"
and will cause yoa some plumbere's bills
If you dou't provide an abumlaut coal
enpply before that audden eoM snap
cornea on ; Cerrtlloe hard and eoft coal.
Ilnhn A Co.
New stock kid gloves, noveltlee In
neckwear aud hosiery Just reoelved at
Golden Rule Dry Good i Co.
We will furnish vour bouse on the In
stallment plan. W iltney t'a
( arf enters' tools. Vt hltr ey Co.
LRPASHK3 KOR WRAR ANT
OTHKlt HCltUOL BI1UK.
The '-Kord" Ladles' Bhoee cannot be
beat for style and quality.
The "KlorHheliu" Gentlemen's Shoe Is
without a superior, both In at j lee
Onr Motto: "Beet Goods at Lowest
For sale by
H-l'J L 1
N. PARKMUKST, General Manager,
MCXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
V W If A WT 0 1
I Vn in ii lJrnllaaaBBIgii
Good Goods at Low Prices.
110 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
LCMBAFiGO & PaLUDIKO,
UlVl 1 t.iOHS TO A. LOMDARDO )
Asr STAPLE AND FANCY GUOCEBIES.
IMI'OHTKl) GOODS A SPECIALTY,
(iooda promptly itt-tlveretl In any pnrt of (he city The beat Goods at the
317 NORTH THIRD STREET, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Albuquerque Foundry and Tachine Works
R. P. HALL, Pkoi'kirtok.
Irun and UniHs C'usliiiK-; Ore,, Coal eiul Liimlier Citrn; Shafting, Pullys. Grata
Bare, llubblt Mctul; Coluinim and Iron K routs fur Hulliliugi; Rvpulr
on Mining and Mill Miichinery a Specialty.
FOUNDRY: BIDK RAILROAD TRACK. ALRUyrERyUE. X. U.
G. HENRY, M. D.
Thirty Si a Yaara' Practice, the Last Ten In
A cure suarnnteed In every eaxe undertaken whitta cure le practicable and
mxeltilw. Gonorrhoea, gleet, and etrioture eneodily enred with Dr. Rleord's
Remedlee. Rereut eanee peruiauently cured within three day. No Cubebe, Haudle
wood OU nor Copaiba ueed. HpenuHtorrhnea, aerulnal lueeea, night emlmlona. In
aomnia, deopondenry, radically cured. Klmird'a method practleml In the World'a
HoKpltal. faria. Reference over '23,000 pttlente euoceaHfully treated and cured
within th laxt ten years. Can refer to patient cured, by penulnalon. Inveetlirate,
OOleee, to7 Hoveuteeuth street, near Champa, D.ner. Colo. KiiKllah. French, Ger
man, Polish, Ruaelan and Bohemian epoken. Coneultatlon and one elimination
tree. Correspondence eollclted etrlctly contldeutlal.
"f.i vnn r.iTtirit nr
Irba o 'i'biN rrniedy hrlne;
- -Ii'i-led ctlriM'tly lu tlie
ztl iu m. Huiall filttln inek.
n 4'T V5 T.' I'' l.oo.
w w . w.ui.l tiily li
1. H. O'Klr.l I.T CO.Hala a(Dla
Alliouuarque, N. HI.
Vlrat eiraal and (iuld 4vanua.
J. 0. Gideon, dealer In furniture,
stoves, crockery aud giant ware; bouee
hold (roods botiKht, Hold aud eirlmnireil
Hlgheet prices paid for eeond hnd
eoods. Hee me before you buy or sell. No,
HH routh Flrat street.
For sale or exchange, a UrHt-rlims eheep
ranch. Abundance of water. Hummer
aud winter range.
L'UNABOK HiHtiWihK Co
Rla-haat VwmH lrls fald
For f orulture, stovi's, carpete, clothing,
trunks, harness, noddles, Nlmes, etn.
Hart's, 117 Gold avenue, next to A ells
Kargo Kiprees ofllce. Seems before you
buy or sell.
The Alhniiiriue Atwtrart company
(Incorporated) haa the only complete, up
to date set ot tionks In the eounty. All
atrscls furnlnhtd on ahort notlre aud at
reasonable price. Why take chauces of
mistakes lu l aiking up titles from In
ilexesV J M Mmire, Manager, l'JI south
8eooud street. New phone i'.'i.
All kiuds of special ruling, blank bonk
work, magazine binding and badge
stamping done In the beet posnilile man
ner at ThkCitizks blmlery. Come In
aud see samples and price of work he
fore ordering elsewhere. All correspond
ence concerning this claxs of work care
fully attended to.
Call lu and see Anderson it Co's Hue of
samples, which Mr. Hates Is showing In
the large cuts; It will l ay you. Sliio.s
Stkkn, the Railroad aveuue clothier.
Our axaortuieut of lad lee' silk artdvel
vet waists Ih so far ahead of anything
ever allow n In this city that It needi tin
comment ou our part. Itosenwald lima.
It yno need anything In silks It will
pay yon to attend the Kcoin mint sale
Stove repairs for any stove made.
fm ' TA """t thte dlHeant-i.
i Q Ll alr lite .rnlla-l rlnui I
Jw yj rsjllrjiira, rriialrra no
Si! ! . rliatix" of aim. Vurr
' XA 'A t-;iiir.n.. . il In 1 lu a
Complete Stork of the
Douglas Shoos and Slippers.
I a e Shoes of All
JOHNSTON & MOOItE'S
Famous Stages Leave
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
T For the Resort.
Livery, Xed and 8alee Btables.
HACKS to any part ot the city for only 25e.
Old Telephone No. 6. New Telephone No. 114
COPIER AYENOP, Bet. Second and Thl-d St.
HyiilillU a Spet'Ulty.
MI.1 UN LV THKAlall
Second street, between Railroad and
Horses and llu'es bought and exchange!.
Livery, Hale, Feed and Transfer Stables,
Best Turnout In the City.
Addriis NT. L, TRIMBLE Ac Co.,
Altuqutrqut, New Mexico.
:tOD Copper Ave.
Horseehoelng a specialtf . Wagon re
pairing and all other kind of Blacksmith
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, llartieas. Saddles, Saddlery,
Saildlery Hardware, Cut Holes, Shoe
Nails, HaiiieH, Chains, Whips, Collars,
Sweat Fads, Caetor Oil, Axle Oreaae,
llnetiin Coach Oil, In to Negro, Ruddy
llarveeter Oil, Nea'sfoot Oil, Lard Oil,
lUrnees Oil, Linseed Oil, Caatlie Soap,
HarneHS Hoap, Carriage Sponges,
Chamois Skiu, Horss Uedlolues.
1'rlt i'n the LoweRt...
Hlgheet Market t'rlce Paid for Hide
4'W Railroad Ave., Albuquerque.
ONE FOR A DOSE.
! r.u, will Ditui mii rtfv f'l W !
Utanr Pfroptiaa, thll
SlliLXiaiieMW, f-irifjf lirbluiL
tmuviusul of Itaw (owU wmLi limf . waMaw
(MlMltU. Tit Uitkr KrlUw Bor aU.kwn. tomumm