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Both the method and results -ben Syrup of Figs ia taken ; it is plonnant and refreshing to the taste, end acta ppntly yet promptly on the K Mncya, Liver and Itowela, clean the aye. tem effectually, dispels cold, head ache and fever and euro baliitaal constipation. Syrup of Fifia is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taAte ana an ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effect, pretmred onlr from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its ninny exoullnut qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in BO oent bottles by all leading drug, gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try IL Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO. $40 noKuco. cl uvmuii. mt. new taut. r. I'll "i J) ALL Y (J1T1ZKN. Terms of Pajberrlpfloa. Pally, by mull, one Tear $6 00 hilly, by infill, n month a 00 t'aily, by mail, tlitre months 1 50 pally, by mail, nr month r0 Iiaily, by carrier, one month 7A Weekly, by mall. rr year 00 Th IUii.t Cititkh will be delivered In the city at th low late of SIO cent wr week, or lor 75 cinta per month, when paid monthly. These intra are lee than thoee of Any other dally paper In the territory. ADVKRTISINO KATK3 mail known on application at the ottlc of publication. 'I-Hri C1TIKN )ob office It one of th brat I In thr Miuthwrat, and all kind of fob print In la ciecnted with neatnraa and at loweat prices. THK RINPKKY, Inat added, la complete and well llttrd to do any kind of bliidirs. TDK CITI.KN will lie handled at the olbce Huhai rlptlona will lr collected by 11. 11. Til, ton. or can be paid at th ottii e. NOTICK la hrrrby slven that order flven by employe upon Thi Citizsn will not be honored unleaa preYloualy eudoraed by the proprietor a. flirt CITIZKN Ii on aale at thr following place In the cltvi H. K. Newcomer, VI Railroad avenue; llawley'a Newa Oepot. South Second atreet; O. A. NUtaon & Co', No. tioo Kailroad avenue, and Harvey ratios llouae at in uepot. THK KKKK LIST The free lhrt irf Thi Citizkn embrace Nrtticra of Hirtlia, toar fwtoea, rnnerala, lleatlia, Church Hervlceaand kutertatnnienr where nn admission I charged. tic oil r..f a Mil.KMiilll, h.dttnra and Publiahrrs. Foatoftlc fahedul. tlenrral delivery open dally eiceot Sunday a a. m. tn S p. m. Window open Hunday 10 to 1 1 a. m. All distribution completed. 0 a. m. Carrier leave 7 :4ft a. m, Camera leave with city and atar route . . 1 :80 p. m. Southern mall distributed at v p. m. Western mail distributed at .P:.0p. m. no leuer cuiiecieu irom street ooie after HtoO rc m N. B Letter dropped after S p. m. delayed a, uotir. Miiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiu !" The Left Hind Foot! of a Jack Rabbit" Ullled three minute after midnight, g In country churchyard by red- hnlred, cros-eyed, bow-legged man ot dark complexion, s Is a Good Thing in it's Way" and lome even any that life Is not 3 , worth living without It, but even 3 this valuable relic is not nearly as : effective "For Warding Off the Hit that Flesh is Heir to" as garments which are well cut. well j lined, well finished, and made to S your measure by s FRED KflUFFMflNN I The American Tailor CHICAOO I s LOCAL AAINTI D. H. BOA'I RIGHT, f liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin UNITED STATES LAND COURT. Work of Taklog Tcjilmnny In a Valencia County nine Grant Claim Commenced. Tli United Stab court of private laud claims, with Chief Junttce Reed presiding aud all of the associate JiiHtlcee prexent. mnt as usual Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at Paula Ft. The XneatraSenora de Guadalupe mine grant claim. No. Itl5. and the Abo grant claim, No. 3 "consolidated, were prompt ly taken up, and the work of Introducing voluminous oral and documentary teetl iiiony commenced. These cIbIiuh cover a ao-ralled mine grant, enprxmed to have Lwn made hy Juntlee of the Peace Jooe Tino In 1815, and include Caxa Colorado and Tome lu Valencia county. The claimant, Kduardo Otero et al and Klnlea Rergire et al, are repreeented by Catron & (liirtuer and W. II. Pope ap poire for the government. Nuiueroua wUiKHrtes will be examined. TO rl'KK A toil) IN (INK DAT Tak laxative Rromo Quinine Tahlete. All drugl'tit refund the money If It falln to euro. i.o. ine geuuiue nan L.b.y. oil eat'D lablel. Interwatlua; to Lj4tte. They have arrived, the new eprlng drew gtMHlii, conalHting of covert cloth, pompadour NUltlnga, damarMe, popllno, whip norilit, vivoreaux. and a large var lety of beautiful plalda aud handHome ITDl'U.liH. UVKLU BllDH. Trerrhody ftavs No. ttiHi'itrela ( 'audv Culbiirtir, thr mnat won dfri ,l iiuiticul tliMcowrv of thu hkc, i)eita- n.i uiki rrri-t-aiunir to tho tutie, a'i v'euiiy mi,! iMitilivi-ly on kiliioa. liver hiiiI iHitvela, 1 ic.oi.stii" 1I1H entire a at.-m, dlHiiel colils. urn Lea laelir, fever, liuliltiml coiiailpailoa uii'i ui iommih. l'lt-uAo nuv ami try a 001 l.M'C.t' 1 , .lit v ; 10. A-,, falccula. hold atld fcimr.tiilotid 10 euro by all drugiats. lon't forgot the "(ireen Front Shoe Store," No. 113 Itallroud avenue, William CliHplin; cheapwt and bent place to get hIioth and repairing done on the ahorteNt uoiic. do to lluhn'a barber ahnp for good, up to-dHte work. N. T. Armljo building. I N. Cook, of Denver, U among the arntula at the (iraud Central. Jewel hellri, the uew thing, by aexort uient at The Hlg SUire. MuHlin underwear aale atill on at the Economist. THE TOWNS The Sister Territory Supplies Our Readers With Good Paragraphs. iRHVITIUS CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. I'RKICI'T r. Karl lll.-r it the lat.-t vlotlm of Kloudlriti. tie eXf.rx tit to leave for Klondike noon. Prencott la becoming noted for babtea The lateat addition la a Chinee baby, the tint one erer born In thia aeetlon. Wm. IL Griffith, United Btataa marehal for Arliona, haa appointed Wm. FMs of Preeoott, field deputy I'nitod State marehal. It le said (hat the Pref cntt bloodhound have been unfitted for the man trailing buelneea by having been need In rabbit hunting. Mr. Abble Condron, of Walnnt OroT left a few day ilnc for Ijike Llnder man to Join ber bneband, who went up there a few month ago. Two monater lion catp and ekln were brought Into th enpervlaor'a ofDc from th Juniper mountain, by Jeaae Martin, who killed them. Fred. Brecht, who. In company with Jo. Meyer, recently purchased th Bruce freighting outfit, aold hla halt inter- et to Meeen. Kdwarda and C. H. B. Carter. Deputy Sheriff Rybon brought Nick Koka In from Chaparral. Koka la Id coxtody on charge of Insanity. He im agine that money ha lost It purchas ing power and la not good. K1. Wagoner was In from Wagoner City. II say a preacher haa located with hia family at Walnut Grove, the first In the history of that section. He i a Methodist Kplscopal church south divine and In come to stay. Herman llloomflctd was glren a pre liminary hearing befor Justice Frauds InCongresa charged with in cent. He was bound over In the sum ot $1,000, and was brought to the county jail by Deputy Boeha. Bloomdeld's sister is party to th crime. The burglar or burglar who broke Into the residence of R. H. Burmieter on Sun day night were trailed to Whipple, where the trail waa lost. In addition to th watch and pistol already reported they aleo got away with a suit ot clothe in the pocket of which were about 20 in caah and a check for f 20. At a meeting of the Good Templars the following officers were Installed tor th ensuing term: fast chief templar. Luther Harvey; chief templar, W. A. Davis; vice templar, Jessie Durbin; secre tary, Nellie Crocker; financial secretary, William D. Tinker; treasurer. Professor F. 8. Haflord; marshal, Charlea Colqnett; chaplain, Matthew Morrell, guard, Chas. Sutherland; sentinel, Albert Morrla, TOMBMTOMB. There are more mine being developed In Cochise county now than for several yeara past Jarues A. May, th sheep king of Arl- tona announce that he will retire from hi Hooka and Invest in copper and gold mine. W. 0. Abbott received the sad Intelli gence of the death ot hla mother at Nor- walk, Ohio, aged 78 years. J. U. Banke waa In from bis ranch in the Chlricabuas. Mr. Bauke baa the Alaska tever, and will be one of a party ot three from the Chlricahuas who will go to th frozen north. Th party will consist ot Messrs. Banke, Dan Reea and Kcholls. Richard Corbett or his nearest family friends, who bava formerly resided In Arizona, will receive Information to their Interest by addressing J. C. Galvln, tl'JU Delmaa avenue, San Jose, Cal. Arizona and New Mexico papers please copy. It U understood another artesiau well has been struck by Mr. Peter Gould. The well waa sunk about 150 feet from the one flowing on Mr. Gould's ranch, and at a depth of 3()0 feet or too feet less than the other, a good flow was encountered. S-LAUsTArr. From the Hun. May Hicks, daughter ot Mr. aud Mrs. J. C. Hlcka, reached her tenth birthday and celebrated It by entertaining a score or more of nor little playmates. Mies Cameron, who was Injured at the Johnion canyon tunnel by falling rock, Is In the city. H was strnok on the head and received a number of cuts and brnlaes, and ia able to be aronnd. K. A. Baker Is a candidal for th office ot supervisor of streets at the April elec tion. Mr. Baker is au energetic young man aud la fully qnalllled to fill the po sition, and It elected will make an ex cellent official. C. U. Faucher, ot the Santa Fe Pacific land department at Albuquerque, was lu town several days last week. Mr. Fan Cher while here made a reduction In the prices ot th lots In the railroad addi tion. Under the uew schedule the prices are quite reasonable. W. L. MuManus, at Petoskey, Mich, has purchased a number ot copper claims in the Buckskin mountains. These copper mine are said to be among the richest In the territory, aud the Buckskin miulng district will be among the large producers of copper iu a few years. True colonial style In costume ot the ladles of the Methodist Kplscopal church at their entertainment will be the fea ture ot the evenlug. It you want to see bow your mother, wife, sister or the other fellow's sister would have appeared at a tea had they lived a century or more ago, lie at th opera house Tuesday even ing, Feb. 22 I'HUkNU, Frank Nlcholwn, the well known min ing mau, will leave for Banamlchi, Ho nors, Mexico. Joe Stein's saloon was burglarized. The eutranoe was made by the rear door, the burglur cutting away a piece ot zlne which took the place ot a pane of glass, and It was then an easy matter to intro duce the hand aud turn the key ou the iuslde. Joseph Pratt received a letter from George Tousey ot New York, general man OF ARIZONA 1 ager of the Anglo-American Canaigre company, saying that he expected to visit Phoenix soon, when It Is possible that ar rangement may be mad to returns work on th company' grounds la this val vey. Whll at the Pioneer band concert John M. Burnett, who la of an Inventive turn of mind, received an idea which will revolution! th manufacture ot musical Instrument. Th exertion by the musicians ot filling their instru ments and keeping them filled struck Mr Burnett as not ouly unnecessary, but ac tually cruel. He believe that a storage receptacle for compressed air might be attached to the Instrument. Th air might be stored In advance so that the mualclan would bav nothing to do but manipulate th key and stop. This principle was applied yeara ago, though in a ernde way, to the bagpipe. R. L. Long was notified of hi appoint ment aa elerk of th court of private land claims. The court consist ot Judge Jo. R. Reed, H. C. Hlusa, Wilbur F. Btone, W. W. Murray and T. C. Fuller. N. C. Davis, the musician, left for Ska guay, Alaska, where he haa accepted a position. Mr. Davia la a fin musician, and h will be missed. Mrs. Davis will remain la Phoenix. Providence ha brought together In Phoenix two one-legged men, one with the right and the other with the left leg missing. They give exhibitions of tan dem riding. a A carload of cauliflower will go out this week to Chicago. The ear will I labeled: This ear I loaded with Salt River valley cauliflower." A few months ago, Mr. Byron Every, of Woodstock, Mich., waa badly afflicted with rheumatism. Ills right leg was swollen the full length, causing him great suffering. He was advised to try Chamberlain Pain Balm. TheQrst bot tle of It helped him considerably and the second bottle effected a cure. The 2o and 5t) cent bottlee are for aale by all drug gist. WHO BB IS. A Brief Sketch ot the New Clerk of the Third Mitrlck In connection with the appointment of Jamea P. Mitchell, of HUlsboro, clerk or the Third Judicial district onder Judge F. W. Parker, the Silver City Independent says: It is nuiversally conceded that Judge Parker has made a very happy selection in th person ot Mr. Mitchell. He Is thoroughly oompeteul to perform thr duties of th office, and will make a good official. Mr. Mitchell came to New Mex ico iu 1881 from California. After resid ing for one year la Mesilla be removed t i HUlsboro, where he haa since lived. He ha devoted most of hla time to min ing pursuits, but for two year haa acted as deputy under Sheriff Max Kabler, of Sierra county, and has recently been ap pointed by President McKlnley to the do- sltton of postmaster at lilllsboro. This office Mr. Mitchell will at once resign. Mr. Mitchell haa always been a Droml uent republican and an active party woraer. Mr. Mitchell cam over to Silver City Saturday afternoon and had lengthy conference wim j wig rarxer. lie re turned Sunday to his home and will re turn and qualify Just as soon aa hla suc cessor qualifies aud he can adjust certain business interests, aud assume charge ol the clerk's office. It Is to be hoped that Mr. Mitchell wilt make Silver City his future place of residence, as he Is a gen tleiuan of excellent business and social qualities and will be warmly welcomed here. Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Frederickstown, Mo., waa troubled with chronic diarrhoea for over thirty years. He had become fully satisfied that It was only a question of a short time when he would have to give up. He had been treated by some of the best physicians iu Kurops and Amer ica hut got no permanent relief. One day he picked npa newspaper and chanced to read an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhte Remedy. He got a bottle ot It, the first doe helped him and Its continued use cured him. For aale by all druggists. TERRITORIAL TAX COLLECTIONS. Reports of Collectors of Three Counties for the month of January. The territorial treasurer at Hauta Fe has received the taxes collected In the counties ot 8orro. Bernalillo and Val encia for the mouth of January, aa fol lows: 1 - s . x -:-- t hltrnavt.... Tern tor tnl Institutions Territorial, f urpuset iRfifttZtOS - -IKK aO a 1 .1 e The taxes collected for lH'.ifi are nalrt for the forty seventh tltcal year; taxes of in i tor ins rony-eignin nscal year, and those of ly7 for the forty ninth flxcal year, which begins ou alarcu 7, lH'.'S. lraafaasa Csnuot b Curarl. by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased uortion ot the ear. There is only oue way to cure deafneai, anil inai is ny consiuuiinnal remedies. Deafuee Is caused by an lulUmed condi tion of the uiuctnia tilling of the Ku elachlau tube. When this tube Is in flamed you have a rumliliiig sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It is entire ly oliMed deafness is the result, aud un less the inflammation can be taken out and this tuba restored to it uia'iual con dition, hearing will be destroyed forever; ulne eases out of ten are canned by ca tarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed conilltlou of the mucous surfaces. We will give oue hundred dollars for any case or deafnesa (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. Send lor circulars; free. F. J.l'HKNk-vACo, Toledo, O. Sold by druggist, 7 So. , I a : 2 i i J! ARB TOTJ TO LIVB III ALAUAT Some ftfaalremcats That Will be Foaos iBdl.tpeaubie. Th uulversal article ot diet In that Country, depended upon aud Indiepen able, la bread or blsrnlt. And to make the bread and I lrnlt, either lu the ramp or upon th trail, yeast ranu.'t be used- It must be baking powder; aud the pow der manufactured by the processes of the Royal Baking Powder company, miners and prospectors have learned, Is ins only one which will eUml lu that peculiar Climate ot cold and dam .mean aud raise the bread and Mm-iiiI satisfactorily. The-w facts arevery important t. ever one proposing to go to Alaska and the ltikon Country lo ktioar, for should he be pursuaded by some outfitter to lake one of the cheap brands ot baking powder. It will cost Jml as much to transport It, and then when he opens It for use, after all his labor la parking It over His long and d I men It route, he will find a solid caked mas or a lot ot spoiled powder, with no strength and useless. Such a mistake nilghi lead to the most serious results. Alaska Is no place in which to i, latent In lisst, or try to economise with your stomach. For use In such a climate, and under the trying and fatigu ing conditions ot lite and labor In that country, everything muit be the best aud most ireful, aud aisive all it Is Impera tive that all food supplies shall have per fect keeping qualities. It I absurd to convey over such difficult and expensive routes au article that will deterlot In transit, or that will be found when re quired for us to have lost a great part of its value. Thr I no better gnld to follow In these matter than the advice ot thm who have gone through similar exper ience. Mr. MrCJnesten, who Is called "the rather ot Alaska." after au experience ot tear npon the trail. In the camp and In th use of every kind of supply, says: "We find in Alaska that th importance of a proper kind of baking powder can not be overestimated. A miner with a can ot bad baking powder Is almost help I's lu Alaska. VSe have tried all sorts, and have been obliged to settle down to use nothing but the Royal. It Is stronger and carries further, but above all thing l the only powder that will endure the severe climatic change ot tbe Arctic region." It I for th sain reasons that th U. S. government in It relief expeditions, and Peary, the famous Arctic traveler, have carried th Royal baking Powder exclusively. The Royal Baking Powder will not cake nor lose Its strength either on board ship or In damp climates, and Is the most highly concentrated and efficient of leavening agents. Hence It la tndlxpen- able to every Alaskan outfit. It can be had ot any of th trading companies In Alaska, but should the mluer procure his supplies before leaving, lie should resist every attempt of the outfitter to palm off upon htm any of the other brands of baking powder, for they will spoil and prove the ran of great disappointment and trouble. Rohbal th Urav. A startling incident, of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia Is the sub ject, is narrated by him as follows: "1 waa In a most dreadful condition. My skin wan almost yellow, eyts sunken, tongue coated, pain continually iu back and sides, no apietlte) gradually grow ing weaker day by day. Three physician had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying Klectrlo Bitters, aud to my great Joy and surprise, the first bottle made a decided improvement. I con tlnued their nse for three weeks, and am now well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim." No oue should fall to trv them. Ouly 50 cents per bottle at J. 11. O'Rlellj A Co.'s drugstore. NEWSfAPER CHANCES AT LAS VEGAS. The Optic aid Examiner Have Consoli dated issues. The Optie will have something to say to-morrow which will be of Interest to all in New Mexico, aud deeply so to all in La Vega. Laa Vegas and the Optie havs always gone together. Kacn have had Its tins and downs; but one paper and one town. tne vown ror me paper and the paper for the town -that Is the program now and hereafter. The above paragraphs are taken from the Optie ot the 8th, and if rumors arr true, they mean the consolidation of th Kxaminer and the Optic, the retirement ot R. A. Kister as editor ot the Optic and the substitution of the name ot Dr. Geo. T.Gould with Felix Martinez as man ager. J. A. Carrnth, who was recently ap pointed and confirmed postmaster ot Kast Laa Vegas, was the president of the Kx aminer Publishing company, and Dr. Gould, who will assume the editorial reins ot the consolidated company, is the retiring postmaster. Such is the talk ou the streets ot Al buquerque, aud among those who reached the metropolis from I as Veg.is last night i. o. u. r. There will be a regular meeting of Harmony Lodge, No. 17, I. O. O. F., at 7:30 this evening at Its ball ou south Second street. All members are request ed to be preseut and visiting brothers are welcome. Degree wrk. K. L. Mkim.kk, Recording Secretary. ror Over rid J Vaara. An Old and Wkll-Thikd Rrmkkv. Mrs. Wluslow'a Kootnlug Hyrup has been used for over fifty years by millions lit mothers for their children while teeth ing, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, aud Is the best remedy (or diarrhoea, ll Is pleasaut to the taste Sold by druggists lu every part of the world. Twenty-Uvs cents a bottle. Its value I Incalculable. He sure aud ask for Mrs. Wluslow'a Soothing Syrup, and take uo other klud. afaaralero lodlaua levrlua- In NuualMir. Dr. William Luttrell, physician lu charge of the Mescalero agency, upon In quiry aa to the numerical condltlou of the Indians, stated to a r preeeiituttve of the Dona Aua County Republican, that the number of Indiana was growing leas every year. He stated that Hie Indians now numbered 470 men, women and children. Ot this number there were UO fighting men as they atyle themselves, aud 250 grass widows. The death rate Is 12 a year to 8 births a year, betddes there are some Lapau and Comanche residing at the agency. Civilization is settling the Indian question and is prov lug the fact that the Indian race must either improve It breed by inter marry lug with the white or perish from the earth. Rslra AuMuuutMHiient. Ladies, our Mr. D. Weinman is east iiurchanlng our miring stock: meanwhile. you will tlud strong price inducements lu all departments. As soon as the uew spring dress goods, silk trimmings and other fashlouahle goods are shown in ths New Tork market, same will be pur chased; as It is, ouly last year's showings are being made east. Vt hen the styles come out you will, as always, see ou our counters "the newest," comprising the cream of ths New Tork market. Very reepectfully, Tui Economist. Those Turkish towels at two tor &j rents are all right. Don't miss getting some. Rosenwald Brua. Too many moth er at helpless lids. A moth prou1rt and eat priviiette mil motnrr, errand mother with a healthy mind in a healthy body, ia the let coiinaehrr and the best amir. M.uiv mothers are sickly, frrtfnl, helpless creatntr tort'ircd bevoitd endurance by the pains of their own wrecked constitu tion. An ambitious youth receive but little encmirogrmrnt or sound advice who ainx'iiN to such a mother. Most ill- health among women ia due to weakness and diwaie of the organ distinctly femi nine. If these parts are weak ana die esed thr entire svstrm suffrr. The mot wonderful remedy f"T nil wenknea and diarsae of the iliatinctly fe male orjrsniam la In-. Pierre's favorite Prearrtjitiun. It allnvs inflnmmntion, soothe pain and Imparts vigor and health to these delicate organs. It makes healthy mothers and carmMe wives. It Srepsres a womnn for motherhood. It or away with the diaoomforta of the e pectant period and make parturition easy and almost painless. Over 01,1m women have testified to It virtues, in writing. Druggists aril It. MTt la with rtt-aitre I rrmremenS' Dr. Merre's Favmlt Prrarriislfrti toaurfc-rlna laiUra." arriln Mm. I. Frraiewin, Boa M. Ioil Slllnn. Sel kirk Co., Manltr-I. " After nrTrrlnf tmlolil lor tnre t thank liitH I fVmnft relief and cure la lr. Fierce' Favortt PTeacrlptloa ' It don't pay alckne. Conattpatioa often cause It I)r. Tierce's 1'leaasnt Pellrts cure constipation. One little " Pellet " ia a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. They never grijie. They are tiny, stigar-roatrd granules, forty of which are contained in a two-inch vial. Progglata sell them and have nothing ele " Jttat as good." They reg ulate the Stomach, Liver and Bowels.' USINBSS HOTBS. Dipping tank. Whitney Co. Lamp and trimming. Whitney Co. All-over lace In black and (iraam at The Big Store. Noveltl la onr oneenswar depart ment. Whitney Co. Old brandy, rye or bourbon onlv al rsr gallon at A. Lnmhardo'a. Highest prioe paid for gent' clothing at Hart's, I17 (i0d avenue. The very best maul avrnn onlv 11.56 per gallon at A. Lombardo'. Th latest fad covered pearl button, Ilfeld haa a largs assortment. Insure your life la the Kanl table. Wal ter N. Parkhurst, general manager Attend the great muslin underwear le at the Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. Remember III second-hand atnra of J. 0. Gideou & Co, on north First street. Fresh Kansas egg 20 cents, native eggs ti cents per d sen at A. Lonihardo'e. If yoa want anything In the Idndlna or Job priutlng line, call at TrixCimkN office. Palmetto fiber Cotton top mattresses are the best; made aud sold by W. V. r uirsne. Where can I get up-to-date dress goods? Why, at Ilfeld a. t lie un-to-dala merchants. ot course. Buy your camp stove and bav yonr tlu-work don at th Star tlustiop, 3ov -K)ld avenue. Look Into KlelnworC market on north Third street. He baa the nloeet fresh ueata In th eltv. Hot chile con earns nerved every night at the Paradise. Do not mis It. Bacbe obl A Glowt, proprietors. Handsome line of new dresa goods tor 4pring wear Just received al the Golden Rule Dry Goods compauy. New arrivals Dress good for spring wear. Always the first with Dew floods. Oloiden Rule Dry Goods company. Leave order at th "Iceberg" for Pallet's export and "blue rlboou" beer in quarts aud pint. Charlea M. Geacb, igent. The best place for good. Juicy steaks and roasts and all klud ot meats, kept In a first class market, at Klelnwort a, north Third street. Where are your hard time when 11.00 will buy a good pair ot aboea at Simon tteru a. ibese goods must be closed out this month. Our window tell the tale. Don't forget th "Green Front Shoe ttore." No. 1 1.1 Railroad avenue, Wm. Chaplin; cheapest and best place to get hues, and repairing done ou the short est notice. Just received a large assignment of fine California Grape brandy, spring tri, which we will sell to saloon keeper at fi.ii'i per gallon. Original package. O. Bschet hl it 0. Gloml. The grocery store of F. F. Trotter, nn Second street Is the noiipariel of the kind in the southwest A larger and more varied stock of groceries can be round there than In any other store in New Mexico or Arizona. Jo-di Billings speaking of the probabil ities of life would say "perhaps rain per hais not," but ws will certainly have several more spells of cold weather this winter, and you should b sure to have plenty ot Cerrllhai coal on hand. Hahn Co. lieaulr la lllood Deep. fli'iin Mood liicuim a clean akin. No Ix-amy without it. ( uacureta, I ami)' C'utlur- hit man iiur ijiinmi anil kei-p it clean, ti) xtirriiig up the lazy liver and ilrivum all im- iiuiito-a friiiii the IxhIv. Ileum today to lwiili.il pimpl.-, Uijla, hlntrhi-a, blm kliea.ls. aim unit an my loliou completion by inking I iiNcaret, beauty lor ten rent. All drug gists, auti.farlioii guaranteed, 10c, iUc, Sor, WAHTatn, rUH UALK KU HIST, Wantsd. Wanted Girl for family of three. Wi north Fifth street. Wautexl Household goods and gents' lotlilng. Vt hltteu, 114 Gold avenue. Wanted A woman for general house work, at S!17 south Fourth street Call In the forenoon. Wanted A girl tor general housework, apply to Mrs. J. F. Luihy, corner Aruo atreet aud Hallroad aveu le. Wanted A good seama'rees. one who jan do fine handwork. Inquire from 10 m Ii t. m. Mrs. fcasterday, iVi West Gold avenue. Fur HmU Wanted To rent four or five room house. Address 114 north Second street. Two Reut Six-room and three room honrei, furnished or unfurnished. W. V. Futrelle. for Sale. Piano for sale, ou easy terms, Address a., hum ouice. A pair of five-ounce boxing gloves for sale cheap, tall at tills olllce for partlc ulars. To Sell Two nuNtern 3 nsiin cottages two horses; three wagons; all kinds of household goods. Vt. . Futrelle. Fresh Jersey milch cow for sale. In quire of W. A. Rankin, N. T. Armljo iiuiniiug, or aiozt uorth KIM street. For Sale Freeh milk now, a few stands of bee and several hundred feet poultry wire. Call at 800 Tijeras street. For Hale Household goods. My goods will be on private sale Wednesday and Thursday, February U and 10, at 60S south Ar no street. C. H. Dascomb. Cows for sale I have several 'good milkers; kind and gentle. Address John F. Jarvls, postollice box ret, or call at residence No. 402 west Silver avenue. J NO. VN HANOI'S. K. J. post A Co. have them in stock. Get their price aud save money. Dou't fall to see tbe new designs in outing flannels at the Big Store. 1 af alVv fP"a. j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. IH. ritAPM I rlSON, OrriCR AND RKHIDKNCK 400 Wed Mold avenue, llourti a to 10 a. m., S to ann 10 a p. m. Special attention given to f enrral sorry. Automatic 'I elephon Saa. iks. manor hishop, tlOMChOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND burgeon unice and reidenc ot? pnat mite, leiepnone v, Mrs. Marlon rllahop, M. I)., ortice bones, I to I p. m. frank I). Hiahop. M. It., ofpee boor, to 10 a. an., and i in a anu f 10 p. rn MIIIM TASCMKR, M. IJ.. PHYSICIAN A.NIi SI KOKON Office an r-loen e. Ji' l in. HO rmUrtreet boar, 1 to ant :HOto 7. do p. m. ttpe 11 sttentloo given to chrorik and (lleae of women. Old ieiei,nnr. - caji made lo dartlm only . ii. JonrMn, AattHIThCT- Plan, i eilllrit .n and e. tlmatea turinalieil lis all c . of tmtld ln( and arrhltetturnl wora. Otiicei sua vaa Mallroad avenu. tlULKDAI auaeiaiKUAV, ( FMCK and reoirtenie, No. 411 Weal tfnld V avenn. Telephine No. IS. imicakoor 10 a. m. iso to a ao ar.d 1 to p. m. U t. Ker.lay, M. H J. KaMritlay, H. D. W. . HllfB, M. !., Or KICK HOI KS- Until a. m, and rroru I ?BO In :o and from 7 to S p. m. Otii and reattleoce. lo West Uuld avatia, Albu anerqiM, N. M. 4. ALUB.H, 11. U. av. pJKNTIST OtBre, room a and 4. Whlttn block, comer (old avenue and rrt..iu; Mieet. lifllce boar, a. aa. to l:16p. n, and 1:1 to t:S0 p, m. BKHMAKU 8. HOIIKt, , TTOHNhY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. penainlna to th prrion. Will practerlo all I 1 1 1 1 M . i ll the I vr. 1 1. w mnA k. I Stale laud olllce. WILLIAM I. I. KB, ATTOHNHY-AT LAW. Ofnce, room t, N. T. Armllo buihlm. WUJ practice lo all the court ol Ui trmttay. JIlHanrtlS ) riNICAL, A TTOKNHYS-AT LAW, Albuquerque. N. MJ N'". room t and a, M National Hank bnlluinc. BU W. U. HRV AM i TTORNKV-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N k at. Ollice, rlrat National Hank UuO.llna rKAHK W. CLAMCT, A TTOHNKY-AT LAW, moms and a, N is. 1. Aniillu buildlu. Albuquerque, N. at. BU W. POHNON, TTOKNKY-AT-LAW. Office over Kob. L ertaon s ricery More, Albuquerque, N. at. PrntMMala for Laaaala th Barplaa Oraalag Laad la th Klw aa Caaaaaeh Wlahlta RaMreatlim, Unltrd Htatrs Indian Servlra, ) Kiowa ami t oman, he and Wichita Arrncy. Anadarko. Uklalioma, Jan. la, lswa. ) (Telrrapbic Aildrraai Anadarko, Oklahoma, via Chlckaalia. i. 1 .1 Sealed pmpoaal hs grasln hones or rattle (hut mS aheep or hisil on the urilua lamia .rf the Kiowa a and Couianche and vVhlta reaer. vailon. (iklahoina. emloned "I'nipoaal Its' LeaMlia; t rlll Land lia I, ratio Purpoae," ud aililreard to the actum asent n the K iowa and Comanrh agency, Auailarko, Ok lltrilMlin. Will IM rec-elveil at Oil ,.n.o u oVIock p. m., ou tha luth day ol rcuruary, I he paature on the k'lowa and Cm.nrl,. reaervation will le Ivaaed lis the period of three year from April I, ISMS, and the paa ture. on th Wk hita reaervation will be leaaed lor one year from April I, laws. No bid for a ,i,,,rirm i,i n eunw reaervation will be received or conaulered. ror thr Oil. .fin. Hon of hidden I will Stat that the .dew option is" the panto pea. the haa turn anil eatnriated number ol acre In rai h, and all other nei ewary lurormation, will be furnlMheil on anolii anon i thi .,oi... a ol the paMilrea on each reaervation are lln.ur veyed. I heae will be aurvryrd aa early aa practicable, and thelevaee will tie required to jay upon the acinar number of acrea found to .e euihrai ed lu earll. ua almwn t.w II,. ..,.wuu lertain of the paature on both reservation aie alao unlenced. The leaaee ol iinfrnced paatutaa) w ill be required, without unneteaaary delay, to fence the aaine with a auhatantlal catile pneif wire fence. All fence and other Improvement ahall revert to the Indian and become their alwilut property al the eaplra- N'opaaturea on the Kiowa and rnmmrh. reaervallon that la already under lenc will tie it-aaru iur icaa man ten ccnta per acre per annum: and no unfenred tiir. ,.n u,,i reaervatkin will he leaaed lor leaa than li lit cema per acre fiat the tint year and ten cent e; 'e n.r eat n w uie aeconn anu ttnrd year. 1 he bidder inuat clearlv dealunaie n,. lure on which tbe bid la made. .mr.. ,i. naieii numw or Km tlierrln, th price per acre per annum which be will pay, and the mailinum number of horaea or caul h pro. pose to hold upon the land at any one time l ,,, . mmr ic lliail Ull paaiur IB OIQ Upon p-ii,ir Dim miia nf mane upon each. Only by a atrlct adherence to this Instruction will it be practicable, to compare th bids on any The rent muat be paid In two equal aeml annual payments In advance, namely, on c . . "i year. Kach leaaee will lie rruulred lo furnish ao. curily In an amount equal to the deferred pay. menu for th faithful performance of the con tiona ol the leaae, throunh some acceptable am urlty or auaranty company, i'eraonalbuud will not lie accepted. hverythlim Iwing .atl.faclory. It la prnpeaa-d to award the iiranii pnvilese ol each partic ular pantur to the bidder proposing to pay the his heat price therelori but th right I hereby reserved to reject any and all hid if deemed tot the beet Intereet of the Indiana; ml the leaaeaeiecuted hereunder will beeub. p i t lo th approval of th accrelary of th In. tents. r.ach bid moat be accompanied by a certified check or draft upon aome linited Mtatea de piHMtory or nlvent national bank In the vlcin. Ity of the bidder's place ol residence, made pavabl taeth order of the Commissioner of Indian Attain, for at leaat b oer rent nf ilia rntiie amount of the iiropoaal, which check or u. au sunn ue iiirieueu to me United hlatea lor the use ami benellt of the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache aud Wichita Indiana In caae .t.v 1.1.1. der receiving an award shall fall to enter Into uie prrscrmeu leaae for the land bid upon ud lo secure a suitable bond for the faithful performance of Ins part ol the contract, other wise to be returned lo the bidder. rropoaala not confonuliiH to the require, menls ol tin advertisement will not be con-aidt-rrd. fmank I Hai.owin, . . -'ulm I'niled Stale Army, Ac-tin Imliun Aient, Kiowa and Cumaucht Aseut, Anaihirko, Oklahoma. Leal NuMoa, NiSicr la hereby given thai on the Hth day of January, A. L. Isus, Wallai e llewldeli, aa uiHnii.il, oeaan ami agaiuai r.verett . f lem lua. Whitney company, a corporation; i.e. HaldrnlKe, Olmated at Illion, K. F. Hall, Wll. Iiaui Archer, C. fot, K. Halts, A. Mnllle and K. IMcklnaon aa defeudaiita, In the district court of the Hecond Jllfllrlaf fllslrlc III.in and for the county ol Heruallllo, territory ol iv rw mexico, ueins cause r,o. 4HDD. The general obm t of aaid action la to procure au order of aale of certain property deat rllied In a deed given by the defendant, kverett T. Fleming, to amd plalntitf to secure certain creditors therein named, and to distribute the proceeda ol aald properly aa brav'ded In aald deed, said deeil being dated the W.id day ol nutruM.a. i inu r, anil signed and ackuowl eiliied by si.nl defendant, Inning. Notice Isuiven that uuleaa the aald defend. ant, kverett I l leuilng. ahall enter bia ai earaii( e In 1. 1 taiive on or before the Hfith dny of rel.nisiy. A. II I hum. ludgment will ue reuuereu .isaiiini linn by deruult . .. .. llAMMV H. UWKSJ. Clerk, A. H. McMll i.in, Altornev for Plaintiff. IJ. t. Atldn-si: Albuquerque, New Meslco. Illomcatead Kntry No. HK'JO.) Nollrn for fublleatinu. Land Oltlce at Manti r e. N. M I January 6, ISUS. f Notice Is hereby given that thr foliowlnsT named aettlrr has llleil notice of hla Intention to make rlnal proof in support of hi claim, and that aaid l.n.i.l ill le made Iwfore the probate clerk of alem in county at Loa l.uuaa, N. U . ou March 0. lane, vn: Henry C. Moseley, for theSv,NW!,..K' hW'.. MWkj NkV, NvV) SKV. bi-ciioii 7, Tp. IN.Kn K. lie liHini's the following witneMe to prove bla contnoioiis residence upon and cultivation oi sain m.hi, viz.: j i !e i riijillo, f. c . Ilanght I'eilro l. i, . ro and Autouio aula, all of aal V lew, N. Manihl K. Otkho, Krgister. WANT KI-lT'KltiHT ANU KAITHKI'L gentlemen or ladita to travel lis reapon Ihle estaiilished house In Albuquerque, N it. Monthly, .lb and eipenaea Position ateady. Kefereuc. KllcUwe aclf-addleaaed alainped envelope. Hi Liuiiiluiou Company, Uepl. Dr. l or Pt V.t'"" or joonie That Are PILLS Hick or " Juat Dou't eoi wen." asm risie ana a nnZZ Ram. PlmpHa), suras hwoaclM, OrtlWfalla ft Ctlrnss. 26 cl. boa si lr.,Kl.l.r l.r aj.J aaMipmtr, aildr Or esaa.it r.s. I'hila, 4. M. HeVROLD CONTS ACTOM roil UHII.LINO OIL OAS OK W ATKK ' WELLN. r. o. Aiipgass, Golden. Santa Fc Co., Mew aaiico. 3 Ulhbou reuiuaut aale at Tbe Big Btor First National Bank, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Anthoriisd Capital ....600100 00 Pald-np Capital, HorpltM and Proflta ...tl7IJjO0 0O XtVJJ-. tllOO,00MU. The Bank ot Gommerca lo Albuqaeraae H. IL "k l t rosii atacaaawa XMta Mmsa aaa OsVara as rla maaoroui . Oraao, President I. C. BALDaioea, Lamb, W. C. Laoaaao, Capitalist B. r. aoauaraa, V lea-President. A. K Klaamann Bros., Wool, . a.HTaioaLaa, Casbla. A. M, Blaok WsiLtMia, Rlarkvall A Co, Uneen H. I, Kaaaaoir, Assistant Cashier. W. A. Mai waLL, WboleeaU DrnnHt. Deposltorj for Atchison, Topcka t S&nU fe RIlwa. the ST- SAMPLE A3XD CIUB ROOM Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc. WICKSTROM & BARNETT, Proprietors ISO Waat Railroad Atm Albaqaartaa. BLAOKLWBItTj Wholosalo jLAS veoai. w. m. ClaORIJETA, ST. M. MAXWELL Till U Eli Xa KINOI QW TC G. HENRY, jVE. D Stadant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Franaa. TRIRTT-8LX TKAB8' PBACTIClt. ' MKK 0NLT TR&ATXD. A enra snarantjieel In ever raaa nnrl. . Ishan svhen a arm I. mm.i..i.ia . . . (Jonnrrhnea, sleet and atrkinr. sueecllly cored SprrmiuiraurrantiwnMa lttall UAYD. NO CUHKHS. tANUALWOUD OIL nor P4 MA narii Su7malfsTriM. sstmlnal ' m.... .n . i . a . "'"."i'v mcnrd s.inethod practiced Id rtccrWnll enred within th. last n In rear. Can relet to patient cured, or eattaat. tftlee SOT Meventeenlti itiHt, neat Champ. Urn, Colo. Herman Pnlish, Ittastlan and Biihemlao annken, irxntallntla and Oae Li nnaton. invi kne'lah. Krench. an.Kitiasin Corraap vnrlerMn snllnlutdi ZEIGER CAFET QUICKEL & BOTHE. Proos. (Sritmaaon to Vraok IL Jonas,) Finest Whiskies, Imported and Tie Coolest an4 HItkett Grade of Larer Serrea. Finest Billiard Hall la the Territory. Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars NDY ARIOf.TlTFr T finiKIIiTPPn u aarrraatln.tla. faaeareu arthldd Laaa-I HDJULUILUI VlUananitCU tl.. w rtilmri,il raas Ual aralrraall. ttml pl.sa asMfrafc A aTKMI lail HIiMMH IP., t'kkaeo. a-mireal. ta.. r Nsa Trk. rpOTI & SBADII to tbem wa oling. n i- Tbalr 6R0CK(UKS bava Ibe (anatM rlnll Of TRAS and 00rFKS3 and CANVRU fcrOOLW rare, l Tba prloa tbe; oharg Is aiwaja faliA riThny sell the flnaat LAQBB BKKR, i - To pleaaa tbalr patrons la tbalr Ida n. To WINKS & LIQUORS, wa always rind 1 A The oholootit Quality of rvery klnl' &Tboa eompetlttoo they defy. 1 TOTI A UBADI (Mnt tM beat say 1 Agents (or Co-'ote Canyon Lime Company. Free delivary to all parts of the city Now TVlephora til. 218, 215 AND 217 NORTH THIRD RT PIONEEK BAKEJiY! vibst sTaaar, BALLING BROH., Paoraiaroaa. WeddiDjr CakeT a Specialty ! Wa Desire Patronage, and we Qua rani. First-CUaa Baking. Tslaerraph orders solicited and Promptlr Killed To the Young Face Poaaosn's Oosinjaioa Povuaa (tva frashar oharrust to thold, ramwwl voath. Trv Ii. Wine ror aale. Native wine, pure anil healthful, at only bo eontfl a tralloa at C. A. Uraude's & uorth Broadway. Hlhet C'ab Prlee faid Kor furniture, stoves, earpeta, olothlng, trunk;, harnw., aaildlea, shoes, etc. Hart's, 117 Uoltl aveoue, next to Wells Cargo Kipreaa ofllca. Be me before you buy or sell. To Care Constipation forever. Tale fuicuiets Ciui.lv t 'ulliurtlc I ic i.r t'. l (X i II tall toeura. driMruiata ri fund Oiuuuy A IJuestlun A.uawerMt, Why do wa Dver bava any old stock OU our she! vex V HecauiM we will uot allow goods to become old. At the eud of every smihou all odd aud amis are eleaued out at big dlaoouuti, and thua we keep our stock frtwh aud clean at all tlmee. Bee our I'ilW thorn, they are the (4 klud. Bimon 8TKIN, Tbe Railroad Aveuue Clothier. A bottle ef good old llijuor may some times preveut serious lllDeaa In a family. You can get the very bent at lowest prloea at A. Loiu bar Jo's. Laat week of the iuuhIIu underwear aale at The Big Store. D. 8. DErOSITOltf . Drpoaitory for th Atlantic & pncific and the Atchison, Topekatt Santa Fc Railroad Cos. OFFICERS i!D DIRECTORS: fORHTJA . RAT0Ll3....Ptfridsril U. W. rMHTrUVOT ....Tlrsv)earlnrtt A. A. RKKN Oanlta f RANK McKlrt....lrljrlajjirar1)rr A. A. fj KANT. asd imava lotthm or maiuia. p.aans.. a.ut rea, .. .aa.aiK. EI3VCO 0rooors. ALBUQUEllQUE. 27. II. CO., CATSKILL, N. jfl. taJFlO Tiiviri: wltb Dr. HIcoH's Krrnch Hemedle. Kecani Uie World' liiwpltal. Part. Keferencet Over atrletle iddeotl Domestic Wines tnd Ccgnicil CATHARTIC ALL X DRUGCI5TS i JACOB KOHBEB & CO Mannfadnrar of and Dealer la; Wagons, Carriages. Buckboards! The Beat featara-lfade Vehicle.. Pine norsoShoelnf a Specialty. Satisfaction Quaranlead ia AU Work Repairtnfr, Painting an.) Triuiniiag Uone on abort Motioe. I t I t I I i Shop, Corner Coppar It. io4 Flnt St., iiscoeaaana. N. M City : Drug : Store Third Bt. and Railroad Ave. Drags, isdlclnts, Paints, Oils, Etc. I WUOLK3ALK AND HkTAlIs W. V. WALTON. Proprietor accessor to Plllsbarr 4 Walton. THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET AU kinds of Fresh nd Salt Meats. . ,. .. .. Steam Sausajje Factory. MASONIC TEMPLE, Til I UP STItEEl. EM IL KLEIN WOUT, Trop aaj "