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&AK1.1I5 i FOVDER Absolutely Pur THE DAILY CITIZEN HI HUKS ft MuTKKIItHT, ITHI.IHHKR8 THoS. Hrjuitaa Kdltor W. T. UcChrihht, Rim. Mgr. n4 City KI PUHLIflHICM HAIL. AMI WI.KM.V. Aaanrlat-M Pre Aluriixn Telegrams. Otllcial Paper of Hxrualillo County, Oilimal Farr o( City of Albnijiinrqn. iM-gMt City and Connty Circulation Th Ijtrfmt New Mexioo Circulation Large! North Arlsoua Circulation ALHL'yl KKyL'K, KKHKCART 10, mm Ok the t2.500.000 postal money orders imiird tinder the new system, only f JOO la frnu luienl orders have neeo. retorted. Thi LuMgert trial came to an end In Chicago yesterday, and the defendant waa found f ullty by the Jury and sen tenced to the penitentiary for life. Til x consolidation of the two dally DeWHpupert at Las Vegas U a sensible more. The town eould not maintain two good papers, but will fr one a lib eral support. Ma TOR Van Vitck han found official places for thirty of the thirty-five Tam many dUtrlct leader In New York, with an average salary for each I7.2HO, a total of fZltUXJOayear. On I man at leaet hai gone enty and la locked up In New Jersey asylum for allowing bis brain to become puzzled over the problem whether the twentieth mntury begins In laoo or luoi. Th home mission board of the Preslij terlan church haa Issued an earnest ap peal tor Increased donation. It la elated that since October the receipts have fallen off very much, ewpet-ially In the eaatern eynoda. IlAHritK's KKk.LT has recently become one of the dlrtlext union soldier hating papen In the country, aud lla slanderous article are gleefully copied by nearly all the democratic prea particularly In New Mezlco. Mix 100 la been manufacturing cot ton goods Tor centuries, the drat cotton mill on connlderable scale bavlug been CHtabllHhed In Pueblo by an euterprltting Spaniard In the sixteenth century, not long after the founding of that city. New Mkiico furnished the Union army 0.&G1 soldier during the late war, and haa 1,467 pensioners, men. women and children, and yet all the old soldiers In New Mezlco it we are to believe the dtm ocratle (copperhead) press are "pension irauus. Tbi coontr official, boards of trade. school board, and leading citizens of the territory should petition congress to grant public lands In aid of the public schools of New Mezlco. This Is an I in portant matter, and Delegate Kerguaaon ehould be assisted by the people of the territory. Canadian regard for the United States finds characterise eipresslon In an or dinance which has Just been adopted by the municipal council of Toronto provid ing that no alien, and particularly no American citizen, shall be employed In the public wuxks of that city. Om of the uaea for which balloons may be employed la the Investigation of the sea bottom. It haa been found by aero naut that frequently the bottom la clearly visible from a bulloon through the water. This fact haa recently been made dm of to recover a torpedo boat which had been loot off Toulon. Not only was this found, but alao two others, whish bad vanUhed at an earlier date. The Sinters of Notre Dame of Namnr were founded In 1H at Amlena, France, by the venerable Mother Julie Bllllart, aud Rev. Mother Bt. Joseph (VittcouuletNi de Gezlancourt) uuder the direction of the fathers of the Society of Jesus. The tint commuulty In the United States waa MtablUhed at Clucluuati lu 1S40. and this ooiittnuea to be the mother house lu this country, though there are two other novitiate of the lustitute In America, one at San Jone, CaL, and the other at V althaiu, Mtutm THK tW HOI 1 11. One of our cltioms U In receipt of letter from a mining town, a short dls tauce from Birmingham, that tolls In purl what la being done there In the way of prosperity since the paneage of the Dlugley law. Krom the letter we are permitted to make the following ex traobi: "There la no change in the con dition cf business here siuce I last wrote. Kvrrythlng la in a very prosperous state, the coal aud Iron trade eepeclally so, de spite a very mild winter. Our uew cot ton mill, the Indian Head, at Cordova, commenced operations a week ago. It Is niagnillneul etructure, tour stories high, aud filled with the latest Improved spinning aud weaving machinery. It haa a capacity of lo.ono bales of cotton per auuuin. I feel It will be very sueceewfnl bnRaUNe of the natural advantage It en- J'iya. It la located lu one of the fluent cottou growing valleys the Warrior In Alabama, and gels lla luel within a atone's throw from the boiler room. The state alao eieiupla such Industrial en terprises from taiatbm fur ten yeurs. With such coiiilltions exliitliig here one lieed not wonder at the trouble the New Ki'glund (X Hon workers are eucounUr iug to priitt and retal.i thalr trade " fAr.nuiK ta fHt-iuiiT THArrio, In a rereut Issue of the Hallway Age la putltbed the fcilluwlng, baaed upon the Ian report of the Interstate commerce comiiilHHlon: "Laxt year the rallwae of the lulled htates carried over l:Ki,UH), 000 p&HeeugHra one mile. They alao ear rind W5,"JO,oi.tvjpu toua or fn lghtone wile. The total amount paid In divldeude on stork wax 'm.ih,'J;I7I cull It "iiY 000. Of the total earuinga of the rail ways stunt "0 ler eeut. cams from frscht at-rvlre aud & per emit, from paa penger scrTlee. Let Mt awiuuie, then, that of the s.ocn,f0i paid in dlvl,leni', 7i percent, or ftil.rtoo.WO, wsa pr.'fl? on freight service, and 20. 400,0(0 was pre. Ill ou p leiifrer eer Ire Let 11a drop fractions tnd call It ''3,ono,ono from freight and t2rt,0"0,MiO from paeeengere. Ht dividing the paeeenger prcllt Into the number of awngcra carried (13,000,000, ixn) we find that the railways hadlocarry a pafeeuger &00 mile III order to .iO II of profit or five miles to earn 1 cent Their average profit, therefore, waa les than two-tenlha of 1 rent tor carrying a pamenger (and lit baggage) one mile. Hy dividing the freight profit Into the freight mileage (.i.'i.iiUl.Oi'O.ooo) we find that the railways lud to carry one ton of freight 1,&:I0 nillt-H in order to earn (I, or over fifteen mllee to earn 1 cent. The aveiage profit, Iheri-fore, waa lees than on Oft with of a cent tor carrying a ton of freight (tMwidee loading and unload ing It) one mile." Official returne receutly Imned show the Import of France for 1H'.i7 to have been 4.i, liXM franc, aa oompired with 3,78.&7l).ono franc in isiai The ez porta for 187 were 3,ii;5.0H.KX) francs, compared with 3,400,u20,iK)0 francs dur ing the previous year. Tlie llMovry ot lh Hay. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading drogglHt of jhreveport, La., saye: "i)r. King's New Uinfovry Is the only thing that cure my cough, and it I the bent eeller 1 have." J. K. Uampoell, merchant, of Safford, Ariz, wiliee: "Dr. King's .New Ulnrovery Is all that Is claimed for It; it never tails, and Is a sure cure tor con aumptlon, coughs aud cold. I chiiimh say enough tor li merits." l)r. King'a New lilerovery for coiiMiimptlon, coughs and eolda la uot an experiment. It has Iweu tried for quarter of a centur), and to-day atauda at the head. It never diKappotui. Kree trial bottles at J. 11. O'Kieily & Co.'s drug store. FrWaU Laad CUIats. In commenting on the court of pri vate land claims, the t'tiujaiz Ilepubllcan says: It is not known when the next seaeion ot the court will be held. There are seventy live New Mexico cases and aeven in Arizona to be tried, after which the court will pass out of existence aud be sa the thing that were. All the caaes so far tried and still lu dispute are now in the supreme court of the United States and will be heard at Its uext session. These cases embrace lu one form or an other all questions that can arise In the case etui remaining ror trial, so that the supreme court decisions In the rasea before It will apply to the case untried, J ;ret ly simplltytng the buHiue of the and court. The date of Its convening will be announced soon after the su preme court decisions have been ren dered. KIXOHU HI I.LKTINfl. Ivltloa Surlntnflnl llnrljr 1'pholil Int (he Hrowa Sjaivm. Bulletin K4 Beceutly an engineer on this division derailed switch engine In a terminal yard, did not oltserve that the switch waa agalust him, although he should have done so. lie haa been sus pended ten day. Bulletin 10o. Recently a conductor on this division delayed a freight train un neoeesarlly for lunch. Upon Investiga tion It was fouud that more time was consumed for lunch and the delay waa Incorrectly reported. Kor tlila the con ductor has been suapeuded teu days. Bulletin lOrt Recently a conductor on this division delayed freight train ten minutes visiting around telegraph of flee. He has been suspended ten days. A (IUOU 1.BTTKK From the Clark of the Circuit Court Kernaudlna. Kla, Feb. 28, 1UWI. Mr. Geo rue Suhrer, lruiflt. City t Dear (ieorge I'lease send a bottle of Chamberlain a Cough Kemedy. I would uot feel easy if 1 knew there waa none of tills valuable remedy In the house. 1 have given It fair test, aud consider It one of the very bet remedies for croup that I have ever fouud. Oue dose haa alwaya been autllcieut, although I use It freely. Any cold my children onutract very readily to this medicine. I can oou- acleutiously recommend it tor croup aud colda in children. Yours respectfully, Gko. K. Wolff. Sold by all druggists. HOTEL ARRIVALS. 6 HAND CENTRAL. Mias Fannie Shreuk, Wardvllle. Pa.: James Kerrell, Chicago; A. ti. (irant, Los Angelas; 1m N. Look, Denver. BTUHtiKli' EIHOFEAN. C. A. Dalle. Charles Keinkon. W. Spachman, Helen; Henry haaluger, Laa egaa; u. u. (rtMxiiiarl, urn Angelee; Vt. Mills, fteedlea; v. k. (ioogan. hn F ran cisco; II. M. K ller and wife. South Da kota; John Krlch, Thomas K. Jones, Cer rlllos; J. T. Jones, Kinsley, Kan.; Mon tague Stevens and wife and Miss Herd, Uagdalena; Charles J. Miller, Kansas City; Otto Kaiser, C. W. Smith, Los AukhIm; r.v. Anderson, tlilcago; u. M. Kalrchlld. J. Sullivan, St. Ioutx; Mra. A. M. Hergcra. IO Luna; J. K. Kiernan, lUtou; C. O. W IggliiH, Philadelphia; K. K. Beatty, Kurt nayne, lua.; u. L.. llouiero, Lai egaa. BIUHLANI). George II. Taylor aud wife, flmrge P. Aiciniyre; Denver; v. vizzclll, llgilad, Caia.; John Stein, Ash Kork, Arizona; W. ('. (iarrett, San Marclal.A. K. Cullen. Huehla, Mexico; Misa Kate Scott, M1I0, lowa. lii.fi I ; 1 1' 1 1 1( 1 ii 1 ..(!, I !f. j). l'o iju l 'hi i...iiv uit'l l.irusur t v iiu.. t'-tit-. fU'iut 111 o. i:.;rv 1 ml 1 ifc-nr, tuW-j Nolo luc. th noi' lrr w r!.(T, thnt mule 4 "ulc m-n .mna All dnn-L'thU. few or li. Cum trimma t-ed It.niitltt utol Mitmpla fr;. AiMn-ita Sterling Kemedy Co , CLlcatfo or New Vara Wan Caa'l FlraM Th.iu. It la an luipoenlLUIiy to please some pMiple. Three or tour werks ago many v in i tors arrived from the north clad lu heavy overcoate and fura. Ttiey ahivered amid the phenomena of rain and chill. refused to accept the apology ot realdeuta who said that the season waa unu-mal, dlftVrent within the memory ot the oldest Inhabitant, etc., and seemed Inclined to hold the municipal, county and territor ial government reonlble for the cli matic freak. A week aga the weather moderated and the sun resumed business. Then these visitors had something elae to talk about. Yeiterday one of them sitting on a bench In the court house plaza, wear ing a lit'avy overcoat and with a com forter wrapped about his throat, growled: "It's going to be another hot day." "WV sighed a woman beside him in a aealskiu sacqiie, "I've got all this climate I waul; I can got all the roasting I want at home In the summer time without coming down here to fry out iu February." Phoe nix republican. All varieties of oraugee can be pur chased at F. F. Trotter's store, ou Second street. New supplies are constantly being received from California. Finest Hue of new spring dreaa goods ever shown iuthe city at the (ioldou Kule Dry Goods company. See The Kconomlst window display for new spring wash ginghams. Crockery aud glassware. Whitney Co. CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED I Dr.SIicphard, Famous Lung Special ist, Opens an Office Here. TESTIMONIALS FROM CURLU) PEOPLE. It will be cheering and encouraging news to the people of this city and sur rounding country to learn that Dr. W. A. Shepherd, of Klgin, 111., who haa devoted a lifetime to the treatment and cure of consumption, has established a perma nent office In AlbnUHrque, and It U located on the first floor of the Commer cial Club building. Dr. Shephard's main olH -e la now In Denver, and he has aelected Dr. II. W. Sutcliffe, whom he re gards a the most capable of his corps of physicians, to have charge of the office In this city. That Dr. Sutcliffe Is eminently qualified for the position will be seen from the fact that lr. Shephard gave him entire charge of the Denver office while they were treating 1)0 patient. Dr. Sut cliffe is a graduate of the Kush Medical College, of Chicago, the College ot Phy sicians and Surgeons, of the same city, and the Chicago Homie ipathle college. After graduation he waa Instruct r In Kush on the diseaees of the noee, throat and lungs. Dr. Shephard selected hi in above all others for this post for the reason that he expecta the olllce In Albuquerque will become In time the most Important of any In the United States. Dr. Shephard knows from personal experience the highly beneficial qualities of New Mez lco ollm.'.te and that the dread disease ot consumption can be treated here better than in Colorado or In fact any other place in the whole country. He la al ready making preparation to send a number of patients from alhe north to this city for treatment. Owing to the deep and widespread In terest manifested by our readers In the Hii'iih ird treatment, whose almost mi raculous cures of consumption have been heralded abroad by the Aasoclated Press, a reporter ot TiikCiti.kn called on Dr. II. W . Sutcliffe and H. H. Loveless, who I Dr. Shephard's business maiiager for the southwest, at their commodious of fices lu the Commercial Club building, and asked them for the history and the uatureof Dr. Shephard's mi this) ot cur ing consumption. The geutlemen very accommodatingly compiled and the following facts were learned: Consumption was hereditary In Dr. Shephard's family, and he himself was affected with the disease. He thus com menced early to study It lu the hope ot discovering some cure for It aud haa practically made It a life study. The treatmeut he uow usrs waa not devflnpd until when, in New Mexico, he waa try ing to get rid of the disease in his own system. Iu studying the effect ot a high altitude ou the disease, be concluded that it could only at beat be temporarily cured by the effect of altitude, for the reason that, while patient seemed to get well, the disease remained in their lungs and would break out as soon aa they were ex posed to low altitudes aaiii. He (hen begun experimenting with a view ot healing diseased lungs per fectly aud permaueutly. lie suc ceeded in doing this by the use of an luslrumeut, which he invented at the time, together with certalu combinations ot remedies used with the instrument, which la called a spirometer. The principle on which It operates sots the lungs into activity In all the cells, so that the action ot each cell may be normal aud healthful aud the vitaliz ing air reach every diseased part, no matter how small. This air Is medicated by meaus of the spirometer, aud the uied iciuea, which are varied so aa to adapt them to each case aud to the different stugea of the disease, come In actual con tact with the unsound tissues. These two prluclpleeof the treatment must com mend themselves to every oue-who haa a knowledge ot the structure and function ot the lung. First, the introduction of air into every diseased cell in all the affected part. Second, the touch of the medicines to the Very parts to be healed. The properties ot the medicluea them selves are adapted to removing the dis eased tissue, to assist lu sloughing It off and then to healing the part relieved, leaving the lung In a sound aud heallhy conditiou. This belug the theory aud history ot the treatment, the reporter inquired how it had resulted lu practice for the reason that many beautiful tlieoile fall to pieces when practically tested. If any thing were wanting to give one faith lu the etllcacy ot the treatment aa a cure for ci nsumption lu Its first and second singes, and sometime In the last stage. It would be removed with the perusal of the large number of written testimonials which can be seen at the office lu this city. Aa a sample ot huudreds of others, the following are from answers received to ! Inquiries sent out by the Denver Hepub- licau and published in that paper: Kli.i.n, 111., Nov. 1'J, lS'JT. Tlie Denver Kcpublicini. Ueutlt'iuen Voura ot the 17th lust, at hand. Vea 1 have had actual experience with It. I waa in consumption four years ago aud Dr. Shephard cured me. I had a brother and sister die with the dread disease. I am perfectly well uow aud think I have gained forty pounds. 1 cannot speak too highly ot the Shephard cure. Keepect fully. Mits. Hatnks. Fort Madison, Iowa, Feb. Ill, lhi7. tinii'r ol bounty Kenmler, l.rr roonty. luniyScMU: rwrt MriiliMiii kiul Keokuk, Mate ol loa, J N. J- It. ftoM-li, licpoiy iirtyes, Ketoolrr. hint Mttilift'ili, low, krctinlt-r. Keiikuk iH-nver hepoolu mii, Denver, Colo Dear Sir-In reply to youra of the 17th lust., I will say that I have used Dr. Shephard'a treatment for consuiuptlou in the case of my wife aud am happy to say it cured her of that dread disease. The doctor here considered her case hopeless before 1 tried Shephard's method. Hlie la now doing her own housework and Is aa well a she was before she contracted con sumption. 1 can recommend it most heartily to an Tone who haa weak luuga. Very respectfully, Joh. N. PaiiE. No. 1-t'j South Succt, l.a Fsyrtte, iid Nov. lu, lu?. Tilt: Dcuver Republican. Gentlemen I have been uuder Dr. W . A. Shepar.l's care for year now with the moet fl ttterlng result. I find him to be a very honest, conscientious gentleman and I have great faith In his treatment. lloi to be entirely well In a short time. Very truly yours, Joh. II. W'ii.mon. Klirln National Bank. M. H. TlloMI-soN, President. D. K. Wikiii. V ice President. L N. SKA nam, Cashier. Kloin, III., Nov. 20, 1H17. The Denver Republican, Denver, Colo. Gentlemen Replying to your letter ot the lllth Inst, will say I have used the treatment of Dr. W. A. Shpard for con sumption in my family with most grat ifying result, and commend It use to all suderlng from lung trouble. Respectfully, L, N. Seaman, Cashier. SANTA FK. From the New Mrilran. Juan J. Ortiz, who began working for the New Mexican fourteen years ago and Is now a compositor In the new room, celebrated Ms 34th birthday Tuesday. Ilia wife wa SI years old W ednesday. Mr. A. M. Itergere arrived from the anulh and registered at the Palace. Major Krnest Meyers, ot the well known Albuquerque Unu ot Lowenthal A Meyers, wholesale liquor dealers, wrote his name legibly on the Claire register and spent the day among the numerous customer of hia house In Santa Fn, There will be a m ellug ot the Omaha expositiou board In Santa Fe, on the 2Hth, and it li expected that every mem ber will be present, as the Santa Fe rail road has kindly furnished special trans portation for that purpose, A soon a he retires from his present position as associate Justice of the su preme court and Judge of the First Judi cial district. Judge Laughliu contem plates Immediately resuming the prac tice rt law In th capital city. In consequence of the absence ot Cap ttln Day, the mooting of the Horticul tural society which was announced tor the llth, will not be held till Saturday evening, Feb. 2ii. The National Fire Insurance company, ot Hartford, Conn., this morning depos ited 110,000 lu Silver City refunding bonds with the territorial treasurer as a prerequisite to continuing business In this territory uuder the new luaurauce law. Miss Belle IIMd tort for La Vegas, and will be absent some little time on a visit to relatives and friend. In that city. W. K. (iortner, with his usual gallantry, acted aa Miss Ilfeld's escort. The body ot the late Hamilton Pope, the milling man ot It, Colo., who died sud denly at the Claire hotel, of heart failure, baa been embalmed and seut by expreea to the widow at W alseuburg, Colo. Perley Waaon, who carries the United States mail and runs a first class dully stage line between Thornton station, on tlie fanta Fe railroad, and Bland, the metropolis of tlie Golden Cochlti mining district, came In from the south on a bus iness errand and registered at the Claire hotel. He reports that freight aud pas senger traffic between Thornton and Bland has very materially increased during the past tew mouths aud promises to be very great during tho coiulug spring mouths. LAS Vfe.UA. From the Optic. Mrs. T. F. Clay la quite ill with an at tack of asthma and bronchitis. Sik lodge this evening, at which ar rungemeuts will be made for the trip to Silver City. Hon. W. J. Mills, the new chief Justice ot New Mexico, with his family left Hartford, Conn., for Hauta Fe, Tuesday morning. The 14th of February la anxiously awaited by everybody, for on that even ing, next Mouday, the Jewish fair will begin, aud continue for four nights, Thursday evening being Included. Some email children, playing In tlie yard ot the Otero house, set tire to the tall grass, aud an extensive conflagration was imminent, wlieu the fire waa fortu nately discovered aud (lie danger averted by laborious and prompt efforts. C. F. von Bergen, late aide-de-caiup, governor s aluIT, New South Wales, Aus tralia, haa beeu In the city to-day, but leave In the morning for Denver. Ilia father wa general commanding the Danish army lu 104, wheu that country waa so foully despoiled of her territory by Prussia. From the Kiamlnrr. McSchooler Is busy hauling 300 baga ot wool to the Luitetuauu wool mills from Gross, Blackwell ti Co'a. warehouse. The contract for the Clay & Bloom livery stable, above the basement, waa let by Frltch A Co , architect, to Wm Kraul Jr., for th sum of (o.Wli. With Tuesday's Issue the Kxamluer will suspend its publication, having ar ranged a satisfactory combination witli our contemporary, the Daily Optic. Word haa beeu received lie.e that Law rence Blackwell, the 14-year-old son of C. N lllackwell, ot Raton, who has beeu very sick, is very mueh better to day. hll.VKK l il t. From the Independent. The fraternal order of Klks will soon be instituted in Silver City. Cattle lu Grant couuty suffered but little during tlie recent inclement weather. George HJiell has purchased the rem nant of trie C. F. Schmldle cattle and the ranches. Mr. Bell will at once take up the range and enter actively into the cat tle buatuee. An effort la belug made by tlie mem bers ot the Kplacopal church to secure a rector for the local congregation, who will also officiate at Deuilng. K. Chapmau Smith returned last week from Philadelphia, accompanied by Gar rett A. Cochran, formerly coacher ot the Princeton football team. They will so Jonrn In Sliver Cltyfor a few week, when they will leave for California, where a p s t'on as Instructor of athletics awaits Mr Cochran at Berkley university. The normal Is progressing nicely In a'l It department The attendance I e nsl'lc ralily In excess of any previous trm, and the Interest Increasing. Ar rangement are being made to hold a summer school, announcement of which will be made later. Visitors are always welcome and It 1 the duty of citizen to Inspect the working of the Institution. J. L. Vaughn wa In from hi Mimhre ranch last week, attending to matters In connection with the estate of his son, Kstelle, deceased. Mr. Vaughn Is one of the old tinier of Grant county, and one of her very beet citizen. Silver City will soon have a local or chestra. Mrs. L. B. Morrill, R. P. Barnes, John Kiwky, Robert Golden and Prof. Koch have organ tM for such purpose and are rehearsing regularly. Ill rait STRONtll.R TRUCK. Santa Fa Will Fqnlp Their Illtilng Car. Similar to lha Fnatl C'ara, The dining car of the Santa Fe will he equipped with the six-wheel standard truck, such a the new railway postal car were fitted with, and which have given excellent satisfaction. The dining cars at present are all fitted with six- wheel trucks with 4x7 Journals. The new standard six-wheel trucks have 4,t'i3,l Journals. The dining cars are the heaviest In service excepting the p r tal rar and some of the private ear, and It Is thought wise to ns-t stronger trucks. The uew standard trucks have a larger platform than the one now In use. Highway man oaj WhMll. A wheelman of west 4ilth street. New York, wa attack!, robtied and left senseless by two hlghwavmen mounted on bicycles, In Central Park. Repeated account or roMwrie oy men mounted upon wheels have appeared In the papers In various part of the country. I hose depredator of the health, disease of th kidney and bladder, will likewise escape arreal, and pursu their atrta-lou career unchecked, unless they are arrested by inn iwirii iiiiriTruiiiFii wi inimfiwi n stomach Bitters, the finest diuretic, as well a tonic, known to modern time. It is at the start that disease i more easily overcome. The use of the Bitter Is fol lowed by the happiest results In dyspep sia, liver complaint and nervousness. Oar City'. I.mly Ahead. In the voting contest, so far a known at the Santa Fe office, the votes stand: Mrs. Lewis, 10 1 Mra . Meridian, 7; Miss Berta Hurt. 7; Mis Belle Iifeld, S; Mrs. l'rlnc", 5; Mr. 8;les ami Mr. Otero S each; Mrs King, Mrs. J. W. Ray nobis and Mlsa-Albright II each and a considerable number scattering, 'the time has been extended for a week and It la believed that the heavy voting Is now alsuit to begin, say the New Mexican. TIIK MOIltHD WAV. Commends Itself to the well-Informed, to do pleasantly and effectually what wa gormerly done In the crudest man ner and disagreeably as well. To cleanse the system and break up cold, headaches and fever without unpleasant after Wectw, use the delightful liquid laxative rdidedy. Syrup of Fig. Made by Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. Getting Alone N eely. New comes from Las Vegas that, after making a careful examination of the gunshot wound In the leg of Colonel R. K. Twltchell, the physician In charge of the railroad hospital at Las Vegas, Doctors Shaw aud Smith, said that the Injured member was getting along very well and that an operation to remove the bullet was not necessary at present. Mr. Twltchell was tlin moved back to his residence from the hospital. He expects to leave for Topeka In few days, where the ball will be exactly located by mean of the X-ray and quickly removed. Mrs. Twltchell, who wa recently seriously III with pneumonia, I reported much better. From everywhere come words of praise lor cuamneriain a i ongn Kemedy. "Al low me to corgratulate you ou the mer its of your remedy. It cured me of chronic bronchitis when the doctor could do nothing for me." Charles F. Hemel, Toledo, Ohio. For sale by all druggist. I'LL' M III MU. For a good Job go to K. J. Post & Co.; they employ competent mechanics from the east. I'oor ingestion Leads to nervnutuei, freifulnent, iieevlshneit, ehronto lyiH-ptta anil rent misery, llood'i Mriaparuis la tne remedy, it tones th. tonuch, create ail appetite, and give, a relish to food. It Disks, pur. blood and glv.i neaitliy action to all tho organ, of th body. Take llond'a tor Hood1 Br.prlUa Cubs. Hood' Pills become til. favorite catliartl llu .very ooe who trie Ui.m. av. loot on the oilier Laa. United States Attorney W. B. Chllders, who represented the government in the hlephaut Butte case, Is now representing a canal company lu a suit at Albuquer que, lu which distinguished counsel Is arguing from premiaes directly opposite from which he argued the goverument caae. Chllders argues that his client have made Fiirvey for an Irrigation canal and exercise the right ot eminrut domain an a public corporation. Kl Paso Herald. llut-kleu. Arntea Salve. The best salve lu the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever sore, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and poi tively cures pile, or no pay. It la guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or monev refuuded. Price, 25 cents per box. Kor sale by all druggists. J, O, O'Blelly & Co. Mrs, A. M. llergere, who waa at Sauta Pe, came In from the north last night and has her name on the Sturgea' Kuro pean register. According to all reports, a'thoiigh not nUlclally announced, Mr, llergere will be the district clerk under Judge McFie at Santa Fe. Awarded Highest Honors World'. Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. 'Dil' CREAM DAKIN6 A Pur (Inpt Cream ol Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS TI IE STANDARD. A. S.Murray and Wife SPRItlCFIELD, MO. jaetarad to Health by Or. Mile.' fteetorw. tlve Nerrlna. US' r ' v Tk e;,' 1 . '.' ',' M MR. Mt'IlRAV. enilneer for Kee Rotintrea Mercantile Co., "prlnx Beld, Mo., Wrltn.! "I suffered from dyspepsia, wm unable to .at anything with out aerere distress. Treated by MTeraJ physicians without benefit, I became almost a physical wreck and anahl to attend to my work. I took Pr. Mile.' Ken to rati re N'nrvln. and In six week I wa well. Mf wife had a never at tack of La Urlppa which brought on trouble, peculiar to heree. The Iteatnr ni lee Nervine 1 th. only thins that has helped her. W. both hop you will nae this IS' MhW' F- Nervine E- Retorw In a way to help other, a we hare been." Dr. Mllei' Krniedlea ar enld hy all drag, f Int. nnder a rswltire guarantee, nrt bottl. benefits or money refunded. Book oa Hehrt and Nerve wntfre to .11 applicant.. Mi. MU M MHiH-AM O., Klkhart, Ind GRANT OPERA HODSE COMING! COMING! ALL THIS WKKK. RDf.APAlfiP.elNn Supported by their own nn I n n nntnAit oure vwiiiptoy r LlHA.Y IIAnniMJN In s repertoire of the latent comedlea. lH-Aotlnsj Xoorl -in Sins-inn and Oanclna Hpeei.ltlea, Beautiful Ksiiiimr, r.iHOoMie rouge rieMing. anil Calcium l.lKhl KNert. .Fea ture ol Kvery PerfiH-mance. RrarEOisoN'S yitascope Prearntlna llfe-.lze animated pictures ol fort-Ian and domretlc eubecu, iui'liiillna a semilm. aSjevnleati. . 13 till XMclat CORBETT and FTTZSIMMONS Canon City Prix. Fight. Popular Prices. Ladles Fret Monday Mlftbt. Ki-aervrd rtii on Mle at Walton'. Dm: Htore. A Ix-nutilul pteernt guru away on Salordny nitflit. -SALOONS- H. H. Warkentin I'KOPRIKTOB Albnqnerqiie Bowling Parlors! Cornet First St, and Copper Ave. The (Inert Bowline; Alley. In the Sonthweet. Nice place to spend the cvealns;. Haloon attached. The New Chicago 18 one of the nicest resort In the city, and is supplied with the beet and finest liquors. UEISCH & BETZLER, Proprietors. Splendid Lodging- Rooms by the day, week or mouth. 800 Weit Railroad Avenue. J 1,1 OLD TOWN. THK GOLDSTAR I You ehould not Q paaa, but call and take a auclal glanO High clane Llquoi. we tlod here. A Satletacllon to all I. I)K LUCCA'S lde-t Eicelleut lieer, It la the rule. f To keep It alwav. .harp and -t Gnod Wine, are here, ot Haror true, f All kinds, Imported and native, tow Of Cigars, the choicest brands we know, fa Keliahle and pure, where'er w g Look In, then: pay . visit soon, KI To the famous I .OLD ST AH SALOON Depend upon It, near or far, A Nun. can compete with th. MOLD MRS. MUSIO. Prop. P. BADARAGGO... Very Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars Thlid Htreet and fljeras Arcane. Atlantic lieor Hall! SCHNEIDER a X, PboPd. Cool Ka beat on draught) th Boast Native Wins and th vary beat of drat-etaa Liquors, OIt o a call. KalLBOAD AVSSOB. ALBVOOIBQUa. A Kolad Flaoe, Grande Parent! I from them w reap, T3 all kinds of Liquors, tine and cbeaaT Reliable quality we net here, A to sell pure goods Is their IdeV A Iwsys cool and sharp, their Beer, O a. quite unequalled far or ne.a Noble Wlnea. all patrons meet, tj Imported and domestic, a Stock cornplat Ctf Delicious Cigars, too, here we gain, Kl choicest rlavors we obtajl" ITlcellent Koc.ns both cleau and neat, rwy at 4ow on Mouth r irst Stree X &luus at Albuquerque there are plenty f whu favor i.hAMtb at PAHRNTl LEATHER, Harness and Saddles, Cut Soles, Taps, Shoe Nails, Findings, Shoe Dressings, Etc. Saddlery, Hardware, Harness, Chains, Collars, Sweat Pads, Whips ioc to $i.as, Lubricat ing Oils, Axle Oils, Grease, Horse Remedies, Sheep Dips. Thos. F. Keleher, Wholesale and RcUl Dealer. PRICES BIGHT. CALL AND BE CONVINCED 406 Railroad Ave Albuquerque. CRESCENT GOAL YARD. GALLUP COALBest Do mestic Coal in use. Yard opposite Freight Office A, J, CRAWFORD, Agent. New Telephone No. 164 Old Telephone No 25 Leave orders Trimble's stables No- I'm- ltic lor riny l.oia. ' iuer.itilori! tvou. m-o tiauit cure, rnul.e weak o.eu slrubtf , blund tetre. boo. Al. All urugtfiMla Vou want to see fixate dainty French orgainliee, that remind you so much of a veil of vapor touched with flower tints. Will you look at themr Now on exhibi tion only at the ilolden Kule Dry Goods oouihauy, who are always the first with new goods. WrOUTRELLE, H Cor. First add Gold, j 801-trtl First Bt. 100 Sold are. Chi Ln . ft JuenuM aaW Ci I. ' Reildlnf Papwr I way It Htoea' First St. and Lead tSIABLISHtU I87S. L. B. PUTNEY, s"01d Rellnble"- Wholesale Grocer 1 FLOUR, GRAIN & PROVISIONS. Car Lata a Ipaolaltv. Farm and Freight Wagons 1 RAILROAD AVENUE. t t t ALBUQUERQUE. N. M Home Comforts.... Home has many comforts So has comfort many homes But tho most complete Homo comfort is the HOME COMFORT RANGE. N Sold on installments by tho Wrought Iron Range Co. 118 N. Second St.. Albuquerque. The newest and beat good from th leading potteries of the world, in wholesale or rctalL Choice table ware, cltgint toilet sets, beautiful vajnt a full line of glassware, bar goods, lamp chimney, and burner, enameled ware, tinware, broom and brushes, toys and doll. 113 SOUTH FIRST STREET H3 RTJPPE, PRESCRIPTIONS! 210 Railroad Avenue. Mntnal TMpplione No. 148. Altinonerque, N. M. W. L.. TRIMBLE & CO. Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables Second St Detween Railroad and Corrtr Avt. Hort nd Male Bonght and BxebBByd. Agent for Colombaa Baggy Ctrapmnr. Th Beat Turnouts ln tho City. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY ' Carriagea, Road Carta, Spring Wagona, Viaoriaa Buggiea, Phaetona, Etc., for Sale. : : : : Adilrega W. L. TRIMBLE ft CO, AlbnqTjPrqB, Npw MpxIco Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works R. P. HALL. Proprietor Iron and Brass Cast iusi Ora, Coal and Latubsr Oars Shafting, PuII.t., Qrat Bars Babbit MaWl i Oolnmna and Iron Vronta for BuUiln((S Kspalrs oa Mining and Mill iUcblnary a bpaclaJty. FOUNDRY: MQE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. wmsm S a at smaijvv; B rs ait foch v f f . e 1 uptfw'i ? f 2i.J fvri ! rTtia f.-jr ikaatll -Mm aia. . tonilta . Hoot faVtVa At OUft ilUf aWaL ek tiisillflljft J. H. O'Rielly & Co., WH0LES1LI and BEIAIL DRUGGIST?, Sole Agents, ALBUQUERQUE, - NEW MEXICO Liberal Discount to the Trade. CUT FLOWERS 0 HIGHLAND GREENHOUSE Cor. Uoia Ave. ami Arss St. MRS. J. C. MARSHALL. Nw Tvlephon No. 994. A. E. WALKER, FIRE INSURANCE Secretary Hotual Building Isioclttlon, Orltea al J. C. Haldrldsa'a Lauibar Yard. ..ilui-ata iiiur It.iwels Viilh (asi-arets. t'liiHlj t'alhitrtlc, eure t'niiMllttallnn forever. lOo.iiOo. 1( C. C- C. fail, druKikts rvluutl niuue,r Vhfrln1ei Tll1 ptil lcslpr IIOUSKUOUM.OdV.S mid Itl( VCI KS. VAMMMf.7 SiM Clie?np for Cnh of on the InitUllmem Plan. A) mi rented at rtonLle rates. I Albnqnerqae, New Mexico. III!, Drin, litff, sjass fit A 0uiAnt iit I'!, C tout til Piln'i. Itr Ave., Albuquerque. faerie, th. t.arrat aaS Moat BstaBslva fcuh l -:sxArLE : gkogerie3. Ta t roe. a a Soath sraat. V E a loaier supply sur seeds to dealers to V ll tala. At the same time, any ne who h.is bought our seeJs of their local dealer during either i& or 1807 will he sent our Manual ol " Everything lor lb Bardca'MorlHVtt rnrp provided they PPly by letter I luL and Rive tha name of the local nerchant from whora they houihl. To all other, this magniti cent Manual, every copy of which costs us 30 ccals to place In your hands, will be sent free on receipt of 10 cents (stamps) to cover postage. Nothing like this Manual has ever been seen here or abroad ; it is a book of MO pages, contains WO engravings of seeds and plants, mostly new, and these are supplemented by 6 full size colored plates of the best novelties of the season, tinally, OUR "SOUVENIR" SEED COLLECTION will also be sent without charge tn all appli cants sending 10 eta. for tlie Manual who will state where they saw this ftdvertisement. Pssl.t Csr Aesllcstlsas Will (smIt. N. Alitalia.. iSSil Ready for Agents HER ir Foilt wlns fh tq ij I , " a 1 , Villi I ti 1 sk tor'1 .s..-. r..n 1 until j 01 hkt journsiy Around 1h World. it I Ti stMl I W IU V rwfliH's i'R 1 A ial 'L. 1 l.e Autli... . It ... 'ilia r. I. 1 1 A IntrM If. in hl I'n :" At.t.v , t- .r'l .1. !..',.. W'AM'kll 'I I TP . .Tl-IK 1 t.i.. 3a ;fi r jm.;v;. A.l.tr.a. '!. Floor luattluir. ultuey Co,