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Absoluts! Pure THE DAILY CITIZEN HUGHKS ft MuCBKIOHT, Pcblibhiks Taos. Hcmhss Kdltor W. T. McCeiihht, Bna. Ugt. and City Rd rCHUKHIU DAII.l ABI WIIllli Amoclatrxl Ptmm Aflernnnn Telegrams. Official Paper of Bernalillo Comity. Oittcial Paper of City or Albnqnarqns. lATgral City and County Circulation Ths LATgmt New Meitoo Clrenlatlon Larirrwt North Arliona Clreolatlon ALBUQUKRQIK. JANUARY 17. 18!W Thi forefoot of Iowa U in faror ot gold aud against dancing. Tai CiTicitN baa rsceired Vol. 1, No. S, ot ths Raton Review. Harry M. Kry U tbt publisher, and A. Hoffman U the ed ltor. Wihslow la enjoytDf a substantial boom. On contractor, J. H. Parr, bat undertaken to build twenty-three houses In that town. MiXQCa, Grant county, and Polradera, Boeorro county, bare been discontinued m poetoffloee. The mall for Mangos now fuss to Cliff, and tor Polvadera to Ban Aoaelo. AT a meeting of the Floerahelm Mer eaotlle company, ot Springer, N. II, 8. Floerabelm was chosen president; H. W. Kelly, not president, and A- If. Black well, secretary and treasurer. i j I'KDia the new salary law tine Jan. 1, justices ot t&e peaoo are also road super visors and each one will receive a salary of $8 per annum tor superintending tbf work on the publle highways In his pre cinct A contemporary says that "a western man has Invented a gas meter which will run backward or forward. The Chicago Ttmes-Harald ' thinks that no ons who has ever had any experience with a gas meter will be surprised by any statement about the speeding qualities ot that la daetrioas machine. 8PEAHNO on behalf of the cold climate at Lsa Vegas, the Optic ssya: Many seem to think that lung troubles require warm climate for their remedy. This Is a mistake. It is altitude and dry climate which are needed, giving rarlfled and electrified air, destitute of all malarial and other rldaua terms. ! , 1 Thi Phoenix GsxetU says: "The big onyi mine at Mayer's station In Yavapai county covers 200 acres. At present there are hundreds ot tons piled up ready for transportation. Fully 1 100,000 worth ot the precious stone Is going into a big structure for R. G, Dun A Co, of New York city. Its estimated value is $100 a ton." TBI Williams correspondent ot the Skylight Kicker truthfully says: "If some ot the editors of northern Arizona would pay mors attention to the news ot the day and ot their cities instead of keeping up a calamity howl about what they are doing for the community tree gratia, it would make better reading matter. It reminds one of the old story of the Pharisee and ths Publican In the Temple." i Thi following Is ths work done by ths Texas 8tte Rangers for ths month of December, 1BU7: They made forty ar rests during ths month for various crimes, made seventy scouts, assisted the different sheriffs forty-seven times, guarded different Jails nine times, at tended different district courts thirty four times, mads nine attempts) to ar rest, but failed, and traveled during the month 4843 miles. Tax Las Vegas Optic is angry because Dr. B. Aubrtght, Albuquerque's efficient mayor, I u tends no ask congress to maks an ample grant of government land for ths purpose of establishing and main taining at ths city ot Albuquerque, in Kew Mexico, a sanitarium for consump tives.'' Anything that la Albuquerque has always brought forth disapproval from ths Optic, and regardless of the criticisms from such an unworthy source, ths mayor will continue his good work. j . -. Tnc Improvement In agricultural con ditions in New Mexico has developed un til her facilities for sheep and wool grow ing are unsurpassed. Bha has at present 65,000.000 acres peculiarly adapted to aheep growing, aud is capable ot main' talnlng lio.ooo.ooo sheep, a number sum clenlly large to produce an annual clip ol 600.000,000 pounds. The present con sumption of ths whols country uato, 000,000 pounds, so that New Mexico pre sents a wide field for development In the wool growing Industry. A benbation baa been caused In med leal circles of Mexico by ths discovery by Dr. Millet, an American resident there, of a vegetable preparation which has been proven an absolute curs for the worst eases of typhus, typhoid and ma' larlal fever. Dr. MUterobUined the rem edy from a tribe of Indians In the stale of Yueatao. There were sixty cases ot ly phold fever auioug the employes of i hacienda owned by Dr. La Torre In the stats of QuereUro. Dr. Miller was sent for and applied his remedy, with the re sult that every patleut quickly recover d. MiLiraHr rur hill. The bill to e-iUbliHU a military post at Albuquerque, New Mexico, introduced by Delegate Kergusson and which ws re ferred to ths committee on military af fairs, reads as follows: To ssUblish a miilurv -o-t at Albuquer que. New Mexico. Be It uacled by the BenaUi and House ot Representative ot the Lulled butes uf America lu Cougr assembled, That upon the transfer aud conveyance to the Lulled HUk ot a good aud auttlcieut title to not less than oaa thoussud acres ot laud, without euittoiue L ulled buies, situated at or near tlis city of Albuiuer qus, in the county uf Bernalillo and ter ritory of New Mexico, aud on or uear a railroad, aud coasUiutiug an eligible aud suitable sits for an army pnrt, and to be approved and accepted by the Herretary of War for thnt purpoaa, then and there of" n thr shall be, and Is hereby estab lished and located on said land a In lied 'Mate army post of snch character and 6 'I aclty as the Hecretary ot V) ar shall di rect and approve. 8eo S. That' for ths purpose of de fraiing the expenses of locating said army post as aforesaid and of construct ing barracks, quarter, hospitals, kitch ens, mess hall, stables, storehouses, magazines, defenses, and other neceexary and suitable Improvements and bn lin ings, there is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury of the Lotted rttates not otherwise appropriated, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof a may be necessary, the same to be drawn from the treasury and applied to said purposes under direction ol the Hecietsry of War: Provided, Thst no part of said sum hereby appropriated shall be expended until the aforesaid tract of land shall hsvs been conveyed to and accepted by the United States, tHK SITUATION." Commenting on the fight now In pro gress between the department stores of Denver and the big dally newspapers of that city, the Pueblo Chieftain hit tbr nail pretty square on Its head In the fol lowing article: The trouble with Denver merchants Is that they have read Denver editorials until they have become permeated with ths "nti doctrine, to such an extent that they do not kuow a good thing when they see It Thers ars many people In Colorado who are that way. They fall to appreciate their opportunities and ad vantages, and tall to grasp the fact that Colorado Is a big, prosperous stats and li berated by big and costly newspapers. When a man gets Into that "antl" swamp everything looks green and cloudy to him and he wants to stick to the hard times way of living aud thinking and voting. Remember that The Citibkn has tl finest and most complete job printing establishment In ths entire district W e don't do the cheapest work but the very best The Coeia Hlcma Counterfeiter, For months the Costa Hlcan couuter tellers have been Issuing bogus notes ot the governmeut ot tlie Islaud until the amount. It is said, baa reached 11,000,000. Inspectors of the secret service bureau were chiefly Instrumental In bringing the malefactois to Justice. Theefiicieuc) ot ths secret service Is undoubted, but ll is by no means a secret but a patent tact, that the servlcs that Hosteller's Htomacb Bitters does ths weak, nervous and dyspeptic is ot genuine value. There nave batiu from lime to time counterfeit of It but the miniature note of hand on the label, Mid In vignette of St George and the Dragon, are not successfully lui- liable, luia ionic absolutely prevents and remedlea malaria, rheumatism, liver complaint aud dyspepsia. They War at La Aogelee. The Los Angeles Times, of last Friday, In commenting on "At Gay Coney Is land" company, says: "At Gay Coney Island," ths broadly farcical conceit In wblch those two clever comedians, Matthews and Bulger, appeared last night Is ousof the liveliest skits that has corns west to jully the pop ulace (or many loug day, and It gut jui'h reception from last night's big audience as was convincing ibat the aforesaid populace these days wants nothlug so much as being amused, ll wouldu t be fair to set soberly to work to treat ot la-il nighi's production as a dramatic concoction, for It makes no claims upon coherency or sobriety, but It is constructed solely as a vehicle to agitate the midriff and dispel ths blue devils from the hearts ot an audience, and it does the busiues with a swiftness thai swirls and eddies like a spring freshet on Big Cresk. There is quits a bit ot story in "At Gay Coney Island," but the tory does not count; what does count Is the way Matthews, Bulger and company 1o things, nveryoouy works and works bard to keep the fuu going and the storms of laughter and ths repeated en core ars evidence that they labor not In vain. Matthews and Bulger carry the major part of tlis comedy business and their rattling play of dia logue repartee and jollity Is mostly fresh aud bright but avsn if not eutireiy new every time, the spirited way in which they dasb off things gives them new uieunlug, and every sally Is curs to galu the reward of a burst of laughter or ap plans. Mr. Matthews Is a dry joker, aud his work Is as deft and neat as can be Imagined, aud as for Mr. Bulger, hs Is a veritable comedy cyclone. His make-up as the "poor, but dishonest plumber," Is a feat In Itself, and he adits thereto a atyle ot drolluess In his tooling thai is wearing upon stars and but tons. Jans Wilbeck, as Daisy Kidder, Is as bright as a dollar. Her pas ma la song in ins opening act was given en cores to the number of a half dnxsu, and they wars deserved, for shs has chic a-plenty, and spirit, gayety and frolic. souieneas to spare. But the list of people who do catchy things lu a musical way, who dance, and joke aud maks merry. Is so long, that to particularly without mentioning ths whole of them would be invidious, therefore let It bo at this: "lu Gay Coney Islaud," Is oue ot the breesl- est, brlghleet aud best farce comedies ever eeeu In Los Angeles, and ths people wuo present ll xuow meir business. There will be another performauce to night and two on Saturday, and the man or woman with the blue can find a sure cure for the aliment by jolulua the throng at the Los Angeles. An "auction sale party" was given by Miss Anita and Master Tomas Otero to about fifty ot their young friends Satur day afternoon at the boms ot their father, A. G. Otero, on north Fourth street. The children were supplied with fifty beaus, each ot which were supposed to represent so many dollars. Mr. Otero then acted as aucllonoer and disposed ot a large number of packages to ths high est bidder, which contained some pretty presents. After ths auction refreshments were served, and then a couple ot hours were devoted to dancing. No sweat shop work, no tklmpky gar ments, but all made by Intelligent sew ing girls, expressly made for na for this big muslin underwear sale. Kvery gar ment guaranteed as advertised or your money back, at the Economist R. ll. Greenleaf, ths game warden, and Barney Coffey came In from the country west of the Uallluas mountains Saturday night They report that great deal ot suow and large numbers of black tall deer abound lu that region. Mrs. Richard Knglish, wife of the gen eral master mechanic of the Sauta Fe Pacific, was called to I is Angeles Satur day night by a telegram Informing her of the serious Illness of her sister, Mrs. Btead. Wallle Locke aud family, formerly of Sau Marclal, passed through ths city last Saturday uiiiht on their way to Sauta Fe. Tlrj havs been living la Tucson for soius time past W illiam Sanguineus, the popular bar tender at ths St. Elmo, Is able to be arouud again after being laid up tor the past three weeks with rheumatism. "John Hei:y, ot New Mexico," Is now swinging ths leather on one of W. L. Trimble's six horse freight teams from Trtuiblevtlls to Thornton station. Tba wife ot William Hollo way, the slectilclan, was taken tuddeuly ill this morning. THE TOWNS OF NEW MEXICO! Items Culled and Classified from Our Territorial Exchanges. NEWS OH INTEREST TO SANTA ric From the New Meilcsn. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tipton have re turned from Washington and registered at ths Palace last evening. T. J. Helm, the capable general agent ot the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, with headquarters at Santa Fe, returned from a trip to southern Colorads last evening. He reports that ths mercury marked 25 degrees below sero at alamosa Friday morning. George IL Bibb, mining man from Sll verton. Colo., Is In the city conferring with the owners ot the Keystone, Fair view aud Thunderbolt mining claims, located near SUverton. Among the own ers are Hon. T. B. Catron and Mr. J. U. Vaughn. Arrangements are being mads through which. It Is believed, the coupons due on the city bonds, onder date ot January 1 last may be paid- and the city's credit saved. Such action on behalf of ths city authorities would provs for the best Inter ests of ths city and Its credit. In the United States district court last evening, after hearing the evidence In ths Base of the United States vs. William McKae, probate clerk of San Juan county. charged with collecting excessive fees In a homestead entry case. Judge Laugblln Instructed the jury to bring In a verdict Acquitting the defendant and assessing ths costs against ths United States. The jury promptly obeyed these Instructions and Mr. McRae was honorably discharged. Ths trial ot the ease ot the United States vs. Joseph Routledge, charged with unlawfully cutting timber on tbe public domain, was commenced In the United Btatea district court this morning and will probably occupy a day or n. This ease was tried In the district court two yesr ago and the defendant was convicted. It was subsequently appealed to the supreme court and that trlbuual reversed the judgment ot the lower eourt and remanded the case for a new trial. United States Attorney Chllders repre sents the government and General K. L. Bartlelt Is attorney for the defeudaot. iocobro. From tbt Chlefuln. The politicians ars doing considerable scheming these times getting ready for next tail's political campaign. Capt. A. B. Fitch, lessee and manager ot the Graphic mines and smelting works at Magdalena, was In ths city on a busi ness trip. John A. Dobbin, ths prominent and well-known Water canyon mine owner, and now night foreman of the Graphic mines at Magdalena, was in Socorro the greater part of last week. Rev. R. M. Craig preached at ths Pres byterian church on Sunday, the 10th Inst, morning and evening. Holy com munion after the morning terries. Mrs. R. Potter, manager ot the New Mexico Vlavl company, whose headquar ters are established at Albuquerque, Is making a tour over the territory, and will spend some time with ths ladles here. She will arrive the first of the week, and will give a course of lectures on the "Higher Physical Life ot Woman" while here. As yet there have been no cases ot small pox in Booorro, but it is on both aides of us yet both up the river and down the river with new oases breaking out all the time. Ths quarantins in So corro Is still In full force and effect and San Acaclo and Paraje are two addition al localities quarantined agalust thi week. By all means let the quarantine be most rigidly enforced and let our ctt- ixeus act together In every effort to pre vent the spread of ths dread disease. ' HAN MAHCIAL. From Hit Bet. Jos Wiggins Is conducting a saloon In old San Marclal. Who ssys business Is not Improving? Tbs lujury ths school building received during high wind a tew week ago has been repaired. Mrs. W. U. Howard la In attendance upon her daughter, tbe wife of Rev. Ed. lieBreton, of Madrid aud Cerrllloe, who is quits ill at ths latter town. Tbe monument rained by subscription among Ban Marclal people a few months ago, was erected over the resting place ot the late Henry Gray, last Tuesday. Mike SUttery was thrown from a horse at W. W. Jones' place last Satur day, aud received an Injury to his left leg. He will be laid op tor a few weeks in consequence. The local lodge of Odd Fellows had their semi-annual Installation of officers recently with the following results: vV. D. Hitchcock, N. G.j Fred Horn, V. G ; W. D. Flunsy, secretary; W. J. Uanua, treas urer. Last Monday ths ancient poetofflcs fix tures that have rendered service in Ssn Marclal sines ths town was established, were removed, and In their place was erected one ot ths most complete aud handwme outflt ever introduced luto a town the slxe ot San Marclal. Rev. Edward B. Cross, ot this place, will officiate ou February 10, at a wed dlug lu Ht Luke's church, at Deming, when Miss Olyvs Hughes, ot that town, will be united In holy matrimony to Mr. Edwin Ely, of Lordsburg. Mr. Cross will be abseut from 3a Marclal from Jauuary 6 to February 11, visiting El Paso, Li Cruces and Rlucon on the way to Demlug. SlLVkH (.Il k, From tht Eaierpria. Joe Brock man, who was reported as ss riomly 111 of pneumonia lait week. Is now outot dauger and convalescent The people ot Silver City had their first aud probably their last opportunity to eujoy sleigh riding, during tbe receut snow. Ths annual meeting of ths Hock-holders of ths Silver City National Bank was held In tbs director' room at ths bank bull 'log last Tuesday afternoon. Be ALL KINDS OF READERS sides transacting ths usual amount ot routine business, ths following directors were elected for the ensuing year: C. F. Grayson, T. F. Conway, James W. Glllett J. W. Carter and James B. Carter. The directors afterward organised and elected Ja.ues W. Glllett, president; T. F. Con way, vice president; J. W Carter, cashier, ann James 8, Carter, asit.nt cashier. United States eourt convenes here on the first M.mrtay. ths same being the 7th day ot February. The jury venires havs already been issued. Ths docket Is heavier than usual, and has on It quits a number of Important cases, ths most im portant being smuggling charges aud those growing onl of ths "white-capping" ot A. W. G I fiord In Dana Ana county last summer. Ths term will likely last for three weeks. Special Organlier Elliott, ot Denver, Colo, has been In Silver City during the week, securing the necessary number of names to organlie a local lodge of the Modern Woodmen. He has been quits successful and Silver City will soon havs another secret society. Hon. 0. D. Banti Is fitting np law offices preparatory to resuming practice npon the qualification of Judge F. W. Parker as bis successor on tbe bench. Collector John L. Buruslde, during the first ten days ot Jauuary, 18U8, collected about thlrty-flrs per cent ot tbs taxes dun Jan. 1, 18VS, for Grant county. Tbe early closing movement has as sumed tangible form, and business Is now practically suspended In Silver City at 7 o'clock. LAS VKQAS. From tht Optic. Col. Harry Whlgham, ot Raton, was made a member of the Lu Vegas Elks organltittlon. It Is said that several ) arils of linen were consumed in ban daglDg his wounds. C. A Duke, who was about hare for some time, and left for El Paoo to enter the employ of ths Joint railroad agent at that place, tuts suffered a serious attack ot hemnrrhaga at tbs pass city. C. Lewis and wife, from Orangs City, Iowa, are In the city for a tew days. Mr. Lewis is in ths real estate and Invest ment business at home, and will make a tour of New Mexico and California be fore returning. It is understood that ths Maxwell Tim ber company, controlled by Albert Law rence and Gross, Blackwell & Coseutered luto a contract with ths Maxwell Land Grant compauy for the exclusive use ot the timber on the graut for a period of five year. From the Kxamlner. Ham. Chamberlain has filed on 100 acres of land hoar Geronimo. and pro poses to commence farming and ranch ing In ths spring. The new schedule ot the postoffles de partment will seud the Lu Vegis mall for all the northwestern section, which Is tributary to Las Vegas to Watrous. The Las Vegas Military band, under the leadership ot Prof. John A. Hand, Is fast coming to the frout, and Is, no doubt, the best organization ot the kind In the southwest At the election of officers and director ot the First National bauk on Saturday, those elected were as follows: Dlrectois Joshua 8. Raynolds, John W. Zollara, A. A. Jours, A- B. Smith, L. F. Adams. Officers: Joshua 8. Raynolds, president; John W. Zoila.-H, vios president; A. B. Smith, cashier; L. F. Adams, assistant cashier. Ou Friday Jose Borllla swore out a warrant for the arrest ot Jose de La Crui Gorduno on the charge of assault with a deadly weapon. It seems that Gorduno had carried off the wife of Borllla and was living with her. When the latter went after her Gorduno assaulted him with a rock. He was arrested and tried before Judge Wooster, who bound him ovjr to the grand jury In the sum of t'JOO. Also, this will be a ease for the Edmunds law to get In its work. Tht OraaUat Ulaeovarjr Vat. W. M. Repine, edluir Tiskllwa. Ill, Chief, says: "We won't keep house with out Dr. King's New Discovery for eon sumption, coughs and colds. Experi mented witn ninny others, but never got the true remxiy until we used Dr. King's new discovery, nu oilier remedy can take its place In our home, as In It we havs a eertaln and lure cure for coughs. colds, whooping cough, etc." It Is Idle to experimeui with other remedies, even If they are urged on you as just a good as Dr. King' New Discovery. They are not as good, because this remedy has a record of cures aud besides Is guaranteed. It never falls. Trial bottles free at J. H. u Kieny s uo.'s drug store. Naw Mailna Paaaloua. Original: Edward Armljo, Rowe, $12 per mouth. Original widows: Dolorltas Manzanares de Flores, Vlllauuevo, $8 per mouin. Mrs. A. Arpln, of Grand Rapids, Wis., accouipanlrd by her mother, Mrs. K. C. Smith, who have beeu In the city for some time past, will leave to-morrow night for Kl Paso. They will return again lu the spring to make Albuquerque their future home Awarded Highest Honors Wurld'B Fair, Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DaX' CREAM PAEON A Pars 0rp Crcaa si Tartar Pswstr. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. wm WASHINGTON LETTER. Fighting tor Statehood for Hew Utiles s4 Arizona-LeeU FavortMs. Special CoTTWpondnr. Washington, Jan li. The eommltiM on territories met to day at 11 a. m. All the members, but ons, wert present, In cluding Delegates Fergnsson, of New Mex loo, and Smith, ot Arizona, and with Chairman Knox, of Massachusetts, pre siding. Delegate Fergnsson read his report to establish the capital for tbs territory permanently at Santa Fe, pursuant to ths Instructions of the committee and In accordance with his bill tor that purpose. After some remarks by Delegate Fergus son, explaining the necessity for ths bill, that a largs majority of the people of the territory favored It there being no objec tion, he was authorized to report the bill to the house with ths favorable recom mendation ot the committee. Delegate Smith, of Arizona, spoke In ftvor of his bill to sanction an act of the Arir ua legislature to authorise the Issue of 1 101,000 In bonds to erect a capital building at Phoenix, Arizona, which also received the approval ot the committee, and Delegate Smith was aut'.wlzAd to prepare a favorable report to be presented at ths meetlug next Wednesday. Chairman Knot said he had received numerous communications relating to ths act ot the New Mexico legislature, requiring Insurance companies to d posit ten thousand dollars In cash, or bonds of ths territory, some county or city In order to do boslnua there. Delegate Fergumon said hs desired to be heard when that question was pre sented to annul the law and at his re quest it was postponed for two weeks In rrder to notify the governor, ths attor ney general and the speaker ot ths last house and ths president of the council ot the time when ths matter would be heard. Judge Broderlck, ot Kansas, while the Insurance matter I also up, said the legislature had undoubted right to legis late npon the question. The question of a proper government and of a delegate to be given to Alaska, was referred to by Chairman Knox, bnt as he stated that the senate committee on territories was perfecting a bill, the com mittee decided to wait tor the final action of that committee, with the request that they have extra copies of their report printed for the use of ths house com mittee. Delegate Fergusson then requested the committee to tlx an early date for the consideration of the bill to admit New Mexico to the sluterhood ot states. He said that to ths oft repeated objection that a largs majority ot the people were foreigners, be denltd it; that two-thirds, If not three-fourths of ths people were native-torn citizens of the territory and ot this country; that a large part of the people had attained their majority under our flag; that New Mexico had placed more men In the Union army than any state in the Uulon in proportion to population. He said he would be frank with the com mittee. If admitted, he believed they would send two Teller republicans or two Bryan democrats to the United States senate. They would do It sure, but In Gid's name were the people that bad been kept out of the onion tor fifty years to be kept out another fifty years because of their opinion on a financial question? No, he said, hs believed that the commit tee would grant the tax ridden, suffering people jnstlce, regardless ot their views on politics, finance or religion, a'l of which the constitution guaranteed to them. He made a number ot other strong points and thn said ha did not wish to tire the committee before the bill was even before them. One republican mem ber said that he believed In the gold standard, but he could decide tbe state hood bill on Its own merits regardless ot all other questions. The committee theu decided to consider the New Mexico state hood bill next Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. Delegate Smith asked that the Arizona statehood bill follow the New Mexico bllL which was acceeded to. In the course of his remarks, Delegate Kergusson referred to tbe hundreds ot thousauds ot acres ot land that had re verted to the government through the action ot the eourt ot private land claims and said that It New Mexloo was not to be admitted as a state then he would ask that the lauds dus them for their educa tional and charitable Institutions be given them now, and not kept away from them for another fifty years till all these lauds be taken up and the government store the proceeds in its own coffers, without ths territorial Institution re ceiving any benefit therefrom. Besides ths members that spoke of do log the territory Justice, Mr. Low, (Rep. New York), voted for the Catron bill, and It Is believed that Judge Broderlck, ot Kansas, and several other republicans, will favor the bill, and all tbe democrats and Delegates Kergusson and Smith, Cbalrniau Knox, opposed ths Catron bill. Bo that It looks as though tbe New Mex loo bill may receive just aud favorable consideration, though the opposition may show more strength In a final vote of the committee than expected. I. M. B. WAMTBD. FOB BALK AMD BBKT. Waatod. Girl wanted for general bouse work. Apply ozi Bourn Broadway. Wanted Household goods and gents' doming, vt uitien, 114 Uoid avenue. Wanted Girl for general housework; a gooa piace. ror particulars, inquire at cis souin Becona street. Wanted Solicitors of good address, either sex, to sell California roses, rare, hardy, ornamentals, elc Towns and cities only. Will pay salary weekly. Be quicx. eiaieage. ine iiowiand Nursery Company, Los Angeles, Cat Haat SaviDS Baah. The Co-operative Building and Loan association has opened a new series of slock, which Is now offered for sals at ons dollar aud tweuty-five cents per snare, two series nave beeu matured aud the association begins the new year under very favorable circumstances. If you wish to build a home or Invest In a savings bank you should Improve this opportunity. Calvin Wbitino, Secretary. TO CUB.: A COLO IN ONE OAT Take Laxative Broiuo Quinlns Tablets, All druggists refund ths money It It falls to cure. lc Ths geuuiue has L. B. C. ou eacn uuiei. A Baap lor Uaallh Saakera. Ranch three and one-half miles from town for rent with UM acres pasture; a warm, comfortable house. furnished with cooking utensils, beds, mattresses, etc. Cellar and clsteru, wllh buggy aud har ness iu ths bargain. Price per mouth. 10. Call on A. W. Rankin, room V.N. T. Armljo building. VV. II. PALMER, WATCRLOO, IOWA. "Bavad Prom Ih Horrsrt af Nenrev tratlon" bv Dr. Mllat' Narvlna, aconon dons not always Indicate conaumptioB. Mr. W. fl. Palmer, ot Waterloo, Iowa, writes: "I was taken with a nerrons stricture of the branchial tubes, which developed Into nerrou pros tration, I r aa so weak I could not alt np. I got no sleep tot dart except wbea under th Influence of opiate. For four m.-intba I suf fered asonlra and nrajred that I mlihtdl and b at mat. On phjrdclaa iald I had 4-nnsutrntloa. for 1 had a couch thnt fart at no rl Dot a rood old phvflctan a boat MllaV f-Nervine? 0 ttOf9 3 medlcln bad failed a-3&nUB&4.J ndrlHrd me ui una tr. Mllci' ReitorallT Nervine and I thank Ood that It liu brtgnt snad my days, lengthened my Ilia andaawd bm from th horror of nerroni prostration." Itr. Miles' Remedlea ar sold by all drat gluts nnder a potltireinarantes Brat bottla benefit or roonry rafnndad. Book on Heart and Narrra nt f rre to all applicant. im. MU.FS MEPffAt, 00 Elkhart, IivV GRANT OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Ei'g., Jan. 18 The Real Funny Star vtw anuria MATHEWS and BULGER. "Me fXmrli It Hlch at Ktnnd'ke" A o I nkinner "say Yes" 'Mv Lova la a finmblin' Man" "Conry by th S-a" A Jay In New York" "Hhootl"; the Chulea" mrrr r innrr maiui?na Tbe Cientle Football Player" In the Far-Famed Farcical Fet "It la to faiish and vou1 AT GAY CONEY ISLAND do laugh." N . Y. Journal. "Krrah fun. without vul. (arlty. N. Y. Tlinra." THS OA VEST OF ALL OAV FLAY. "Th linra ar brlaht and th alftiatlnna laughable." N. Y. liera'd. Scun on sale at Walton's drug utorr, Friday, January 14. Hrlrra Sua and $ l.oo. UdMnal vara fa a bottla at Honor larss aartna thaa ra any etbar praparattoa. Mere) skin I required, saor ar lakaa, man sipana IneurrM la ha aaafiainra. It aosta tbs proprietor an Uto Saalat Mor But a) easts lbs aonmioMt laaa, a ha fts nor doe tor kl Baooay. Mere) uraUvpowrlaaeur4bylUaaria ombtnauon, aropoitkm and yrima, which na It pMuBar IbMlt Mere) paepl ar plofad an ator ipsa s sopM at Ra Laboratory thaa any Mass. Mor) wonderful ora affect aad saor taa Umonlala raealvad tliaa by any tbar. Mar) ) d am Inoreaa foai By yaaf . are rrportM by draff lit. Mere) peopl ar taking Hood's anaparlTJa . VHlay thaa any thr, and aaar ar 1 taking today thaa ever bofora. More ai mu none raaaoaa smigbt to giroa way yoa abould la Mood's Sarsaparilla - The On Tros Blood rartnar. gl par kotOa, i rattt. mr a" Uvw in ant I1UUU B) flllS Blok BUSINESS NOTES. Plumbing. Whitney Co. Oaa fitting. W hitney Co. Visit The Kconomlst art department. Lamps and trimming. Whitney Co, Visit the big store this week and save money. Use pasteurized milk and eream it yon are sick. Goods sold on the Installment plan. Whitney Co. Carving sets and cutlery. Donahoe Hardware Co, Outing flannel waists from 2oc to 75c, at me Big btore. Largest assortment of candy, Ogs, nuts. etc, ai a Lombarao a. Ice wool shawls. In black and eream color, at Tbe tfoouomlst. New lot ot teas, at tne usual low prices, at A. Lombardo a. Highest prices paid for genta clothing at Han s, it7 uoid aveuue. Houses furnished complete, on the In stallment plan. Whitney Co. Acknowledged the best the Majestic range, uouanoe Hardware Co. Your pick ot our cloak stock at lowest possiuie prices, ine Koouomist Insure your life In the Kqnltable. Wal ter N. farkhurst general manager Flue broche and brocaded silk velvets, worm ij.uo. tor 700, at the big btore. High grade cloaks at price ot Inferior quaime ai ins noonoiuisi cm sals. Leava orders at the "lcoerg" for Pabst's eiport and "blue riboou" beers in quarts and pints. Charles at. (ieach, ageut A penny saved Is a penny earned, but you will save dollars by buying Cerrillos aninraciis ami ouuuiiuous coal during in is coin weamer. tiaun uo. For ths dance: New lawn and cambric underskirt with deep ruffle ot lace and embroidery, all maile new umbrella style, just in, at The Kconomlst Now, about that old stove of yoursf Throw It away aud get a Majestic range. The difference In price Is soon forgotten when you havs a convenience like a Ma jestic rauge tor years to come. Donahoe uaraware uo. wmm t CURED AT 5MAL COST. gaam. gwraf 8 tmltttnaj I.W MMT& kllafa M'lrM Off Perce t reteii, Itaatt -Wob-Ji. HP Prelaw nau.ru oil rvriB ao mrm youn TlUattlkS . tt ffaUa Af OUft stUaVHf wk ftU Hir Truswg Lrm ebeeit this (real 94, M It later fcKte eaiUielUel.y. J. H. O'lHelly & Co., VH0LES.ll and IETA1L DIDGGIS1, Sole Agents, A1BUQUERQUE, - NET MEXICO LttWal Discount to th Trad. mm W. V. FUTRELLEj Cor. First tad Gold, ricTeo TURLINGTON ONLY 61 STABLE BLANKET ft hi Horse Owners, Attention "8TAY-0N" BURLINGTON AIIE THE Br'T -g BLANKETS ss For Sale by "MANN," The Seconl-St. Saldler. Native stacl uiwfr WawaaneasvaMea DauaintT rip sVUftft ta Block First St. and Lead ESTABLISHED 1878. L. B. PUTNEY, "01d Reliable's Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & PROVISIONS. -istaple : groceries:- Car Lata apeelaltv. Boatawao. Farm and Freight Wagons I RAILROAD AVENUE. t : t ALBUQUERQUE. N. M Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works n, P. HALL. Proprietor Xroa and Brass Oast iurs , Or, Coal and Lumbar Oars I Bhaftinf , Pnllaya, Grats Bars Babbit at all Columns and Iron Fronts far Bulldtajr sUpairs oa kUnlnff and BtUl aUehmary a specialty. FOUNDRY: "0E RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. CRESCENT COAL YARD. GALLUP COAL Best Do mestic Coal in use. Yard opposite Freight Off A. J. CRAWFORD, Agent. ' New Telephone No. !64.. Old Telephone No 25- Leave ordersTrlmble's stables CUT FLOWERS CjHIGHliWD GREEKHQUSEft Car. Oold At a. aa I Araa St. MRS. T. C. MARSHALL. Maw Talapaana Na. . A. E. VVALKEIi, FIRE INSURANCE Seeretirj lotnil Building luoelitlOD. Oflloa at J. O. Raldrldga't Lamaar Tard, DQ1TT THROW AWil 10NE.I Bat e Alexander! price and be nappy. A penny eared la a penny sained. You ear dullan by trading with iu. Look Here 155 suits of fine clothing, bought at Sheriff Sale, which w oiler at jOc on th dollar. Ovcrcoata men's tui boyi coats, boo'i, ah oca, halt, capt. . rta and Underwear that w will praci lly giv away, compared woh the y i ts other dealer aalc. D' M bedroom seta, (pringi nd mattressta for lal cheap. If you ars looking for bargains, call at tLEXlNDER'S AUCTION BOUSE, Waat Hallraad Araaue. Tbouaanda have been aerved and saved money. . , or jPeoDie That Are PILLS Blok or "Just Don't I Jf'Bel Wall." ml ana ana a rtnaa Reneta PI ai plat, eara MtaaaoM, Oy.p.o.H sad Canvanait. 21 el., a box at ilriimrl'U ur br a.4 llaa4a. ra., adaraai Br, Bounk. c. Halla, a M. HAROLD. OOMTBACTOB FOR UBILLIMQ OIL OAS OK WATKa WKLLA. P. O. ADDBSaS, Goldca, Siota Fe Co., NSW HSU CO. To the Young Face oeaoaV OOHrunios Powdis lira traahar ohannat to the old. renewed Tooth. Try It. sfiiiiifiin ii.(iuy j'j JHO. TAN BAN UK. K. J. Post & Co. bavs them la stock. Get their prices aud safe money. Bicycles to rsut at BrockmeUr's. yVholsa1 nnd Ketall Pculer FUHSITUHE IIOUSKlioL!) 0001)8 and lUrvci KS. alKAMMMKCT Sold Cheap for Cash or on th lnatallmnt flan. Alan rented at rraaonabl ratea. l Albnancnnc, New Mexico. BLANKU A hone cannot get them off, no matter how much he rolls or tumbles In hi stall or paddock. You will find it satisfactory. Vou will tavc the cos of Blanket In Feed and Labor in let than three weeks. It keeps the hair leek and the horse always dean. : iiitci, rim.f, IIiei, Ciitat ;ui rtinu.it'. Ave., Albuquerque. Owrrla th Larcae aa Haat ataaala Mtaak ml THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET All kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats. .. .. . .. Steam Sausage Factory. MASONIC TEMPLE, THIRD STREE1. EMIL KLEIN WORT, Prop. PI0NEEK BAKEKY! riaar stbbbt, BaLUMQ BROS., PaoraiBTOBf . Wedding Oakea a Specialty t W Dsalr) Patron a, and w Gnarant rirst-Claaa Baking. Tel aeripb order. en) tctted and Promptly Billed THAT'S THE PLACE Where you fet the Highest Prices for your goods at .. .. THE FAVORITE 203 W. Gold Avenue. City : Drug : Store Third Bt. and Railroad Ay. Drop, Isdlcinu, Paints, 0113, Etc! WHOLKSALK AND KBTAIL W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor occeeeor to Plllaboxy Walton. JACOB K0KBEK& CO Manolactarar Ot and Dealer la Wagons, Carriages. Buckboards! Th Beat festers-Mads Vehicle. Pine Bone-Shoeluc a Specialty. Batt taction O wan Wad la Ail Work Rapalrlnf. Palntlnf aad Trimmlnf Dona on rJhort Motioa. I I i i i i She;, Cor.tr Copper It. in. First SL, ALSCQOSBOOn. ff . at LEATHER, Harness and Saddles, Cut Soles, Taps, Shoe Nails, Findings, Shoe Dressings, Etc. Saddlery, Hardware, Harness, Chains, Collars, Sweat Pads, Whips xoc to $ i. as, Lubricat ing Oils, Axle Oils, Grease, Horse Remedies, Sheep Dips. Thos. F. Kelehcr, Wholesale and Retal Dealer. PRICES EIGHT. CALL AND ll CONVINCED 4M Railroad Avs, hUbumj.