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HI OUKH At, MutllKUtHT, J'l BI.IHHKKS
Tho6. Hnwww Kill tor
W. T. McTHRmnT. Bua, Mirr. and City Kd
ri ni.iHiirii iiaii, aki ntrmi,
pm-iiI Frem ArUTii.mn Teliyraum.
Ofllrlal i'apnr of HornMilloCoum.
Oillrial l'or of City of Alhuq'iergna.
Iirgwt City ami County Imitation
The Largnat Now Mexico Circnlntloii
Ijrgwt .North Aritona Clrrnlatlon
Al.tllOTKItylK, KKHKXAKY 21, I St
(iuvFRNon Otfuo will be In atten
dance ax a eperially Invited gueat, at the
liiMallalinu of the lodge of Kike in flllver
City, on Wednewlay.
Tint nil tract for carrying the mall
from Magilalena, via Krlwo, to Cooney,
hae been awarded to K. K. Mwr, ol
Windsor, Mo, fortl.fio:.
It Id now estimated by meu who keep
track of such thiuga that Oo.OiiO mure
cattle and 1 54 i.rtou more sheep will be ma
tured In Colorado thia year than laat.
UhlTHLk an cIuIm eliould be organised
In eer precliu-t. In every county In the
territory. With thorough organization
the republicans can carry the territory
by a big majority.
Thkhi baa not lieeu a new diacorery of
gold In the Kloudike for niauy month
and out of eoiue SUOelaims already found
only ahout one-fourth are good enough
to pay a good day's wage.
The prograes of decay In the Spanish
government eeemstobave kept pace with
that lu the family of Christopher Colum
bus, whose last two descendant are now
I n mates of the poor house In Cadif.
Thk largest cotton mills In Alabama
have Just been opened at tiirailugheiu,
containing &0.J spiudlee aud lOXJ
looms, consuming 10,m) bales of cotton
annually. The mill were built and are
owned by Boston capitalist.
Thk Times says: -A carefully taken
census shows that Kl Taso city now has
a population of 1H.K17, aud when the gov
ernmeot takes the census In lwoo the re
sult will show Kl Paso to be a city of
from 25,1X10 to 30.0(H) population."
Coi'NT KttTCHHAZY says he would like
to lead his regiment against the Jews of
Paris, The count Is loo late by several
centuries, says the Kansas City Star. He
should have been on hand with bis sol
diers when TUui laid siege against Jeru
salem. Tu smallest Iruil tree lu proportion
to the load It bears Is the plum or prune.
This tree r quire but little water be
cause It Is small, aad the cherry tree re
quires but little because it is naturally
an Inhabitant of dryer soils. These trees
are easily grown and no other Is better
adaplej to this vicinity.
Hun. Mautin Lohman, a prominent
and popular republican of Lai Cruree, Is
belug urged to make the race for the ter
rltorlal council from his district. The
republican of Houa Aua and (ireut
counties wdiild Hud lu Mr. Lohuian a
winning candidate, and Thb Citizkn
would be ple.ieed to mho him in the next
Thk Phoeuix Herald says: "The Hen.
W. 11. H. Llewellyn, of Las Cruce, New
Mexico, well-known in this city as a for
mer active traveling acnt for the Santa
Ke people, and who is a promluent poll
ticiau lu New Mexico, la announced a
ahouttotaks a trip luto the Klondike
cjiintry. Mr. Llewellyn is a rustler and
if there la anytlnug lu Kloudike he Is
likely to catch on It auybody can."
Thk Prescott Journul-Mlner, In cum-
meutlng on Kill tor Kltch, of Kl Paso,
eats: 'Johii B. Kltch, a newspaper man,
formerly of various towns in Arizona and
California, but more recently of Kl Paso,
moved over Into Mexico last week toes
cape trial on a charge of bigamy. It la
alleged that Kltch ha about four wives
In different places from none of whom be
lias beeu divorced."
FHANCK IN bUKAT fKKIU
The eoiidttion of affairs In France Is
serious In the extreme. In spite i f the
f (Tort ot the court where Zola Is being
tried, to suppress iuiportaut evidence, it
U seen that the case is growing lu
But it is also m inifeet that influential
military authorities will never consent
to a revision of the Dreyfus case, aud rev
olution may come with au attempt to
compel a rehearing.
'J he legitimist seem to be preparing
for possible contingencies, aud find In
the army apparently aeurprlslng number
i'f supporters. President Kaure seems to
Lave loet bis nerve and la uuable to de
cide lu which direction bis lutereel lie.
Tula complicates the situation and adds
to It dangers.
Not since the breaking out of the war
with Prussia in 1070 has Kranoe beeu In
such danger as she la at the prwteut time,
for the oplulou Is growing that a cruel
wrong was done Captain Dreyfus, and as
it has beeu decided in high circles that
justice will not be doue bim, it Is feared
that a revolution may occur at any mo
JttTIONAL lltll.lD.tV A MISNOMEH.
I he suggestion of the New Vork Jour
nal o make Liurolu's birthday a "na
tional holiday" is Inaccurate lu It terms
and abolly lacking In originality. There
Is uo etich thing as a national holiday,
aud lii-re la uo power to create one.
There aie certain legal holidays 4dg
liated by federal and elate statutes, but
the Kourlh of July eeu canuot be called
a liationul holiday.
tight Males, including Illinois, Lave
-liraily made Lincoln's birthday a legal
bollilay, and any effort to secure like rec
ognition by other states aud a more gen--eral
obneivaure uf the day should meet
with approval. As matter of fact, the
f istoiu ot celebrating the ItlUuf Ksbru-
arj I bwimlin almost an srnwral a the
eeMiratlona of tha 2!nd, whluh In now
legal hull. lay In nil the iitntAS except
lima and Iirllipl Thrtt thl diatom
ill grow a the jenm pmw there fun le
ni qtit'ttliin, f'r the liifliffct iupirati n
(or the attainment of Ideal In pnlldm
utiil free government In found In the life
and arhit'VpincntA of Ahraham Lincoln.
Hy recognition f the day a a legal holl-
day theetate ran dn much to iirirni itt the
ciiUmi of tin people In gathering to
lionor that great name ami memory.
Whkn one atojxi to eoimliler the s-rlce
afforded by the A-nrlated I'reMln matter
of new. Kit perfect yttiii of mica great
magnitude, It rlmllengx admiration.
The full and eat I-fiictory report of the
Maine dlaater, Ir 'in the time of It oc
currence, 10 p. m , iif Tuesday night, un
til 3 o'clock Sel n. 'i, lay morning,
only pooellile from the fart that Aio
elated frees reporter mere there In the
mldet of It on the yeeeel, on the water,
on the land, everywhere, roll rtl.ig and
hurrying the new to the worhl.
Thk puhilc printer at Mania Ke, In ar
cordanee with Instructions from the t r
rltorlal auditor, has supplied the several
counties in the territory with the neces
sary nnmtier of tax schedules for the
present year. The aMe,iiii iit rolls for
the various counties are now being pre
pared and will he shipped to the county
awwnrs by Mirch 1.
8l'l'KhlNTKMKNT HKHt.VUNN, of the
territorial penitentlarry, who Is at W Ins
low, A. T . is Interested with 8. M. Kid
sum and others In the construction of a
ditch system near the water works at
Plrrin mrm not Toys.
Two more deaths have lately resulted
from "didn't know It was loaded" acci
dents a mother killing her halsj and a
Ixiy almost having his head Mown off.
Kirearms are not toys. It is also unsafe
to trills with what are termed minor ail
ments, luslgnlllcant though they seem
at first, they are likely to develop into
maladies of dangernusaud complex mag
nltinle. The best way is to arrest them
at the start with Hostetter'e r-tomach
Hitters, which checks constipation, liver
complaint and rheumatism, malaria,
kidney troulde and nervousness. A de
cllne In health Is something we cannot
a (lord to disregard. Independently of
Its sterling efficacy as a specific for
chronle maladies, the Bitters Is a superb
tonic and promoter of appetite and sleep.
The While Oaks Hoad.
Two locomotives for the White Oaks
rout have left the Baldwin works aud
ill be In Kl Paso In about ten days.
Shipment of locomotives are necessarily
slow, for their bearings often get heated
np In transit and have to be constantly
looked after, and being placed on lucai
freights gives the needed opportunity to
The rood Is ten miles over the Hue In
New Mexico, aid will reach La Lut by
April 1, It not before. The station at the
Qrst well has been named Hueco by Su
C. B. Kddy has returned from his
Jarllla mountains trip well pleased with
the local mining outlook, especially In
the way ot copper ores.
Track Is going down at the rate of one
and one ball miles per day.
A UOOli LKTTr.K
rrom tha Clerk or lha ( malt Court
Vernaudina, Kla., Keb. 28, Llwl.
Mr. (iconic Suhrer, Piuiiiiat. t'Kyi
Dear Heorge Please seud a bottle ot
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy. 1 would
not feel easy if I knew there was none ot
this valuable remedy in the house. I
have gtveu it a fair test, and consider It
one of the very best remedies for croup
that I have ever found. One dose has
always been sulllcleut, although I li-e It
freely. Any .odd my children contract
very readily to this medicine. I rail con
scientiously recoiumeud it for croup aud
colds in children, lours resiieclfully,
Uko. K. noLrr.
Sold by all druggists.
"KESF FLELLAH BLOKE."
What an Albuquerque Chinaman Says
"Why don't you get married, John?"
asked a Citizen man yesterday ot Waugh
Ke, a First street laundryman, as he
was paying for his washes washee, aud
because be couldn't think ot anything
else that the Chinaman might be Inter
ested in Just then.
"Marry!" expostulated Waugh Ke. "he
no good; keep flellah bloke all time. Man
uiallled be uo like a ily. He no go any
wheres. Much heap work, a I lee same,
btusted all time. Marry uo gocd, eh:
The CuuiIiib Wuiiita,
Who goes to the club while her husband
tends the baby, as well as the good old
fashioned woman who looks after her
home, will both at times gel run down in
health. They will be troubled with loss
ot appetite, headaches, sleeplessness,
fainting or dizzy spells. The most won
derful remedy for these women la Klec
trlo Hitlers. Thousands ot sullerers from
lame back and weak kld .ieys rise up and
call It Messed. It Is the medicine for
women. Female complaint aud uervous
troubles or all kinds are soon relieved bv
the use of Klnctrie Bitters. Delicate
women should keep this remedy on hand
to build up the system. Drily bo cents
per bon e, ror eaie uy j. H. () Keilly a
1M Nut Ilalar.
K. Kings, optlcau, representing us, will
be In Albuquerque Monday and Tuesday
only. The correctness of his work guar
anteed by us; with Uawley, on the Cor
ner. Kyes tested free.
Coli mhian Oitical Co., Denver.
Mr. W ard L. Smith, of Krederickstown.
Mo., waa troubled with chronic dlarrhu
for over thirty years. He had become
fully satisfied that it was only a question
of a abort time when he would have to
give up. He had been treated by some of
the best physicians In Korope aud Amer
ica but got uo permanent relief. One day
he picked up a uewspaper and chanced to
read an advertisement of ( hamlMrlaiu's
Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhute Remedy. He
got a bottle ot tt. the tlrst dose helped
him aud It continued use cured bim.
Kor sale by all druggists.
The voting contest for the prettiest
Anglo-Haxou lady, for the compoelte pic
ture at the Omaha exposition, will close
at noon un April 26. Votes can be sent
either to Chairman L B Prince, at Santa
Ke, or T. J Currau, secretary, Albuquer
que. Kmlllano Hauduval aud wife, nee Mln
iou tales, returned ou the flyer Haturday
afternoon from their honey moou In
southern California. They will reside
at Cabezon, where Mr. Handoval la in t a
general merchandise business.
Old man Tarbell, who is ranching a
few miles above the city, is reported to
be III, and In a destitute condition. I
Dr. II. Ik-hoes, of Trinidad, was on the
train last night on bis way to bis mines I
down lu Mexico.
New kt ladies' Jawn ties at the Big j
THE TOWNS OF
NEW MEXICO !
.llWlll VUIIWU UIIU
NEWS OF- IN THRUST TO
l,S Kl I KS.
From Rio Itrnnih- KeiuiMican.
Professor C. T. Hagerly has been quite
III with pneumonia the past week.
It Is reported that John It. DeMier will
he the chief deputy tinder District Court
Clerk Mitchell, and will have charge of
the La Cruces end of the work.
Kx Governor W. T. Thornton was
visitor In Las Crnce and the guest ol
Judge John U. McKle returned from
Santa Ke and Is preparing to move his
family to Santa Ke. The people of Las
Cruces are sorry to loae the judge and his
estimable family, but what Is our Ion Is
Santa Fe's gain.
The band will discontinue their Bun-
day entertainments In the park until the
Qrst of April, on account of the lllnees of
several ot the members. They will he
gin again on the first Sunday In April
under the present agreement.
(roin thr t'lilrfllln.
1 he weather In this locality Is warm
and spring like. In tact almost too
warm, as the fruit trees are budding and
will soon be In blismi.
Llle Bros. hve discontinued their meat
market. It was a good shop, but the
'Imple fact Is that there Is no room In
Socorro for two llrat-elitss markets.
George B ml. who has been mining at
Water Canyon tor some years past, has re
turned from a visit to relatives and
friends at Hbermau, Texas, and after
'pending a few days in Socorro will
start for Seattle preparatory to making
his trip to the Klondike on the opening
Mrs. Kin ma W. Allen, ot Freeport, III.,
died at her home Thursday night ot apo
plexy. She was the only full sister of
Col. W. 8. Williams, editor of the Chief
tain, but who Is now abseut trying a law
case at Los Angeles, California. The
sail news has, however, been telegraphed
him by his sou, Mr. O. 8. William
Humphrey B. Hamilton, Jr., sun of
Judge Hamilton, of this city, now deputy
clerk of the court of this district at Kim-
well, was united In the holy bonds of
matrimony Inst Monday evening to Mis
Livie Wetmore, at the home of the bride's
parent at Koswell, The wed Hug, the
date ot which had been fixed for some
months, was a quiet one, only a few In
vited guest being present.
Krum the New Mcllran.
The priutlng of the compiled laws of
H'.t7, In the Sparlsh language, Is pro
gressing lu a satisfactory manner, and
the volume will be ready tor distribution
In about two mouths.
The white mantle of snow and charity
covered the street Friday morning to a
depth of from three lo four Inches. For
a couple of honrs. the streets looked as
Innocent as a piece ot braud new white
The Colorado division of the Traveling
Protective association has placed an or
der with Mr. Fred Wlentge for about 300
gold and silver filigree batges,tobe worn
to theOmaha exposition. The opening
day ot the affair will be traveling men's
day, aud the T. P. A. will be out lu full
The will of the late Caroline Loulea
Adelheld Loeser, the old Uermun vege
table woman so well known lu this city,
known as Mrs. Helwig, recently deceased,
was filed In the probate clerk's otllce, by
Kdward Schultze. The value of the es
tate will be determined by an appraise
ment. News has been received from Kincon
ada, that Mr. W. A. Burkert, a former
resident of this city, died in that place
on February 2. He was the brother ot
Mrs. C. A Fauit. ot Klo Arriba county.
ml v?;k CITV.
Krom the Knlvrpriae.
Wm. Case man Is agaiu holding his old
position at Bell & Harvey's popular re
s irt, the Club House.
Ilou. S. M. Ashenfelter has rented the
residence of P. B. Lady, who contem
plates locating in California.
A new lodge of the Ancleut Order of
Culted Workmen will soon be installed
at Piuos Alto. Let the good work go on.
Kvery man who has a wife, childreu or
others dependent upon bim, should be
long to the order.
Silver City lodge No. 413. Benevolent
Protective Outer of Kljts. w ill be Installed
Wednesday evening, Feb. '). Visiting
delegations are expected from Las Vegas,
Kl Paso, Phoenix. Tucson, Pueblo and
Denver. A high old time Is anticipated.
Died At Falrlleld, Illinois, Saturday,
February 12. lv.w, Mrs. May Smith, be
loved wife of Wm. Smith, Jr., of firahani,
N. M. Deceased was for several years a
resident ot this city and Mcgollnn and
was universally esteemed for her many
noble trait of character.
The Territorial Board of Pharmacy will
meet lu Silver City on Wedneeday, March
7, aud coutluue lu session for three days.
W. C. Porterfleld Is secretary ot the board
and It waa through his effort that the
meeting was secured for this city.
W. 8. McLaughlin ha resigned the
position of private secretary to Col. Jo.
Humpson, In City ot Mexico, and has
returned to take the position of book
keer and accountant for A. K. Dawson
& Co., at Santa Itita.
IAS VI-II AS.
From thr Optic.
Kd Koole's family Is at the mercy ot
the messenger of Illness. Mrs. Foot aud
their baby are dowu with the measlea.
The Klks had a social session Friday,
after the c'ose ot the regular session, aud
enjoyed themselves greatly. Governor
M. A. Otero, Col. K. U. Austen aud Ku
glueer lhai. Collier were among those
elected to liieiulsrshlp.
Dr. Smith received an Interesting docu
ment to gain possession ot which the
bands of curio seekers might well Itch.
It wan the diploma uf Dou Pablo Dial y
r r f 2 .rw
ALL KINDS 01- READERS
Dinz, of Las Cruces, secured by hhn from
the Medical college at Havana, Cuba.
The diploma, a thoroughly Interesting
I. Hiking diKMiinent, was sent to the terri
torial board of health with the petition to
be granted a license to practice In the
territory on the strength of Its certificate
of medical qualifications.
Henry Kalnger says that his house
I burned a week ago la-it Friday, but he
has uot yet seen an adjuster.
SAM M AHt'l aT.7"
Krom Hie Hi e.
Lafavette Jonet, of Cerrillos, Is clerk
ing for the Han Marclal Mercantile com
pany, and the patrons of the store And
him a very courteous young man.
I'nder the management of Messrs.
Bruce Cruickihank ami II. C. Smith, a
masque ball will be given In the opera
hoti-e on the evening of Feb. 22, Wash
Mrs. C. F. Duff was III a portion ot last
week. As a result the professor wss
forced to neglect the tuition of bis pupils
for a couple of days.
W. W. Jines was doing some surveying
In the nelghlsirhotid of Shu Antonio dur
ing the early part of the week.
John Pee, banker ot KoawpII, and Grand
Master of the Masonic order In New Mex
ico, on his yearly tour ot Inspection, vis
ited San Marclal on Thursday, and ad
dreeeed the. members ot the local lodge In
the evening. Socorro was visited by him
on Friday, ami from there he went to
Ou the Irtth of March a great eerie of
revival meeting-i will be Inaugurated lu
the Methodist church. In addltlou to
neighboring clergymen who will attend,
there will be present the Iter. H. Carra
dine, a noted evangelist ot St. Louis. A
new awakening in loral religious circles
Is sure to be the outcome.
1. 1 Nt,,,..
From the New.
Mrs. Ileitis Pons cams down from
dray, to file on a homestead entry.
Dr. Skipwlth was called out to Kagle
Creek to atteud Mri. Frank Uluhardsou.
W. II. Lumbley, ot Plcacho, was arrest
ed and brought before Judge Cordova on
the charge of carrying ami 11 turishlng
deadly weapons. '
Mauuel Sisnero Is reported to be quite
111 in Lat Vegas, the dllllculty being
blood poisoning. He bad an operatb n
performed, and at last accounts wae
About 81) per cent of the taxes ot Liu
coin county have, up to date, been col
lected on the a.KHHmeut for the year
Di'.n, or, lu other words, "H per cent of
the rlr-t half has be tn paid.
Hart Crouch was in the city l ist week,
lb' Intends starting for La Lux, where
he has a contract for grllng ou the Kl
Paso & Northeastern. Mr. Crouch will
put ttisiut fourteen teams of his own on
There are only four prisoners In the
Lincoln jail at present, and It a term of
court Is held soon they will either be
turned loose or transferred to the peni
tentiary at Santa Fe; for the practice ha
been to give those con lined lu jail, aud
unable to give bond, the tlrst whirl at
At a meetlug ot tho citizens ot Lincoln
It was decided to construct a wagon road
up the hill the divide between Bouito
aud Huldoso In order to secure the use
of a large belt of timber on the divide
If the Kuidoso people would build a road
from their side up the mountain, It
would make a vast difference in the
travel. As it is now wagons from the
Kuidoso country either go to the Juno
tloii ami come up or go round by Stanton
and come down to reach Lincoln, either
way mure than doubllug the distance
over the mouutasns.
What llura this Mean?
Coal OU Inspector W. K. Martin, Pro
bite Judgs Juan K. Trujillo aud County
Treasurer Abran Abeytla, all of Socorro
county, called on Governor Otero yester
day on a political mission. They laid the
points of their case before the governor
and then tho views uf the executive were
given them. It may be said that they
returned to Socorro wiser mn and also
with a clearer view ot the situation. The
purport of the Interview will be made
public in due season. New Mexican.
Two Wan-It liiBMtorc Hare.
The State Journal, Topeka, says that
II. 8, Montgomery, the general watch In
spector of the Santa Fe railway, has four
assistants at his Topeka olllce, aud bis
corps of liasul Inspectors numbers forty
six. T. Y. May hard aud Arthur Kveritt
are named for Albuquerque; W. P. Tom
sell, for Demlng; J. It. Hicks, for Sliver
City; H. Spitz, for Santa Fe; C. A. Whlted
and (. B. Berrlnger, for Baton; P. H.
Doll, tor Kast Las Vegas.
A correspondent at Thornton writes
that "Col. Jim Sing, proprietor of the
W allace restaurant at Ihornton, who has
been buying supplied aud helping his
friends wind up the Chinese New tear,
returned Friday from Albuquerque."
J. K, Hunt, of the C. H. A O, , at Kl
Paso, Is lu the city on a visit.
Highest Honors World' Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Part Onr Crisis ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
HEW CAPITOL BUILDING.
I Work en the Structure Profremlne
i Work was resume;! on the espitol this
morning, after an Idleness of several
weeks oil account of cold wather. Bur
jlng the past two weeks steam stone
'cutting machine was Installed, to take
I the place of the h ind machines, which
were slow and unsatisfactory, and the
i work of preparing thi stone Is progress
lug at a rapid rate, says the New Mexl
I cm. A force ot men Is engiged In un
' loading brick and other building ma
leiial. while a number of stuns cutters
are busily engaged In facing and lilting
the hliK-k for the face of the building.
The brick walls are fait rising skyward
under the effort of the ma-ions.
The building, although not yet np to
the second 11 sir, b glns to show the out
lines which the completed structure will
carry. The sbine facing Is carefully
dreesed and fitted, presenting a smooth
and plea-dug effect, well net off by the
undressed stone of the foundation. The
carpenters are following the masons as
closely a possible, and to state a cold
fact, work Is being crowded as fast as
careful work will permit.
On the outside of the stockade a num
ber of men are preparing for the open
ing of Munderfleld street, along the north
end of the grounds, by re setting the
stone wall aud iron fence. At the pres
ent rate of progress the work on the wall
ami fence will beflnishel by the last of
the week, aud grading will begin.
It is the Intention of Mr. Kapp, the
architect, to diligently prosecute the con
struction of the building from this time
ou, and to have the entire building a
most finished before luclemeut weather
Hues next fall.
HnrkUn's Alllia Salve.
The best salve in the World for cut,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skiu eruptions, and post
lively cures piles, or no pay. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
inonev refunded. Price, 25 cent per box.
For sale by all druggists. J, o. O'Blelly
THE WALL STREET LEASED.
Mary Mining and Smelting Company In'
tcrestcil In the Organs.
K. Y. Andersou, representing the Mary
Mining & Smelting company, of Cerrll
los, has leased the Wall Street and Pacific
Kepuhllo mines, and the Wall Street aud
Pacific Hepubiio mill sites, from James
Itynerson, and will begin work on these
properties at ouce. 'I he period covered
by the lease Is for two years.
These mines both run well In lead and
silver, and also assay a little gold.
The Mary Mining Jt Smelting coin
pany own a large smelter at Cerrlllus,
ami will use All the ore they can ship out
of this mine for reduction purposes.
Mr. Anderson states that he will at
ouce run a tunnel from the west side of
the mouutaius luto the bottom of these
two mines, and expects In that waj to
get the ore to the surface at very little
expense. Klo Grande Kepublican.
THK MOW H.N WAV.
ConimemU itself to tho weh-iuformed.
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was gormerly doue In the crudest man
ner and dirSgreeaMy as well. To cleanse
the system and break up colds, headachee
ami fevers without unpleasant aftel
effects, use the delightful hti laxative
ri medy, Syrup of Figs. Mad by Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
liiuiilfirjUMu M Kl I'aaa.
From the Ncwa.
Mr. lierthold Spin, of Albuuueraue.
came Into the city ye-d irduy.
II. J. Kiuerson, cushler ot the Bank of
Commerce, of Albuuiierous, was in the
elty last Sum'ay ami It ft for home on Mon
day with his father-in-law. Dr. Browne
who had been on a visit to Fort Worth.
J. D. May, of Albunueruiie. N. M.. is
stopping for a short time in the city. Mr.
May is a mining man ot large exper
ience. He has been in old Mexico pros
pecting and says the prmpects for the
country down about Corralltos are cer
tainly very bright.
Da people bay Boodt Baraaparm fw
praferaoo to any other, fa Uot elmoae
tr, t t inlaalon of all otbent
The? know fcrota actual ta that Hood's
Is the best, L ., It enras when otbsri iall.
Hood' BarsaparlUa Is still Blade and
the personal supsrvUloa tW the adoa U4
pharmacist whs originated H.
The qasstloa mt is last as positively
dseldsd la favor of Uoo4'i as tha qossUoa
f comparative salsa. '
-nothe things Erery edraiUMraient
t Hood's BanaparllUi is Iras, la ent,
It Ika Ova Ttwi kloe4 rwttef. -ams.i
rrap-rxleaJy l;fj,l Hae a Oe, LawaU. -na.
HnnA'm DHL ms
laOOQ PHI! wllBltM4't.fSsearUl
lllooieMesd huuy No. -ten a J
Mutlre ror fulillvntloa. .
Land lllll.r at Sania He. N. M., (
hfbntaiy Is, IseH. t
NiSice la hereby aivrii lljai the lollowinu
named .-tilf r hua Hud notice ot Inn intention
to make llnal proof in mimiort ot III. claim, sod
Unit hhiiI wool will lie ina.lt- hrlorr the r. Mii.ui
ami mnvi-r at .s.ima N. M., on ilaicli HI.
lens, vi: Jnamlf DiiMiSalaj, for the Shta of
return 1 1, 1 p. 4 N, K 0 h.
lie nanit-a the foMowlns wltheaat-a to prove
hia coiitintmua rraideocc upon aliU cultivatlun
of wid l.iii.l, vu.: IVdro l.ol't-z. hlmllo l.u
imi. si ''to Liicero aoii Kelujlo Lutero, all ol
I'm. Well., N. M.
Mam il K. Otkho, Krulater.
(Homestead Kntry No. 4ssa. J
Notice fur fubllvattlou.
I .sod I nil. at s.iiita Ke. N . M ., I
t-rhruary la, Ises. f
Notice la herehy mvrn that thr following,
haim-il M-ltlrr ha filed Holler of III. Intention
lo iii.ike lni.il oroof 111 uiport ol his claim, and
lli.il .aid proof will l- made hrlorr the reniNlrr
and ir.encr at Snnta He, N. U , on Match ill,
Isiih. vu: Kiiiiho l.urero, for the ki of the
SVV l4 and lot 1 of art lion Un, and N r of thr
NvYUund lot 1 of rctluu HI, lo n.hip U N,
lanur l:t K.
lie iiaiiu a the following wMnrinra to prove
hi. conliiiiuiii. it-anleiit r tipon an. I cultivalluil
ol .J l.ni.l, l 1 1'eotll l.ol.el, Juan Ur tns
ai.u. Ketiino l.ucrio and .ttlro lu, rro, all
01 I'lll... ell.. N. M.
Mam ii, K. Otkho, Keui.ier.
I llomcslrad Kntry No. 4o7a.J
ftiitlre for I'ulillealluu.
Land c MM, e at Santa r e. N M., (
l-ehruary Is. Ihtis. t
Notice la hrrrhv uivt-n that th n,lliain.j.
named aelller haa filed liotlir (it hla intention
to make llnal prool in aupport of hla i lanll. and
: tli it aaid prouf III be made brlolr the fra-ialcr
! soil iiTtiH-i al allta re, N. M , on Mar.li sl,
1 li'S. vu. I'.dro l....r. tot the N' of the
1 Nf-'l ot aeitinii un, ami ihr ot the St la ul
e, lion -J i luw iialnii n , faiia-r 1'4 h.
I lie u.inira ll, r lollowiug wilnrwatn prove
I i.voiiIoiuou. rraulriKc upon anil cultlvatiuu
I o aaltl laml vu - J,.... .1. I,.... ..i.. i...
l-uirio. .i.lro l.ucrio and Kcfujio Luceio,
all ot IMiioa S i-Ua. N M.
MAsiaL K. Otkho, Kcgliter.
Mrs. Kate Ettcr
la Oured of Htart D,ate by Or. Mllee
Mew Maart Cure
XfHS. KTK FTTFR wrote from
1WI Neodio, Mo., In Muroh lnt. "Two
ye:ira :iro 1 was sevrrvlv troubled
with my ptomri.-h nnd kldni ya, and a rreat
amiction o unm re d me that my condition
became alnrmtii;. The telermrih brouirht
a prominent phyd-lan tn a cotmiltatlnn
which reaulied In no benefit. I went to
Wynmlnr for rn.intfe of climate without
benellt. wii hMiwht
A fir i I'lifif to Atrhlaon wiinre
'fl iiiir-.' nr.il with ma
iile tit :in nn v to kntl
UUt J Mvt? to fen d m?
..a ,TT, 0 l'rll that. Tt'T
L ai-l'lftf- t i-'.-n tnUr.r
Ir. Mtlr' lifr Cin una Vrrin alter
DMlT nnd tan rmrvl to tit a ti. It now
tnonthd nrt tiui I am twrf'-v'tly w.-li."
Vr. Mile-' lirmflir hre mU y fill drtiv
ItUtfl iin)rr a pMlnrp (ruartinicc, Orvi thttle
brnt'flt or money r'fu mice,. Bmk on Heart
and Nnrvi'ej nt fr to nil applicant.
ML Mir.r.8 MrnirALiX).. Ktkbart, Ind
U runt's Opera House,
ttT t f -I tr t a
wasoirg on ti.nnaay nigoi no
TUESDAY. FEB. LL
Orchestra of 30 Pieces,
ladles' fandotio and Gallar Clob,
(first time In Alliuinttrqne.)
Prof Jimes Hcrvfy Wa'fl,
iKimt tim in Alhnqiiprqn.)
I ntlfr tho nianagfiiifnt of L. FKNNAAR.
Capt. Jack Crawford
'The Poet Scout."
At Grant's Opera House,
Wednesday, March 2d,
Tinier tilt aiiHtilcfN of tha Women 'a R.
lief Corpn. KmerriM Heats ntw ou sale
ul Walton's UrilK 8tnr.
HACES! RACES! KALES!
SUNDAY. FEB'Y 27,
AT FAIR OKOl'NDS, OLD TOWN.
Rricru iturt at 9 d. m. ilmrn. Ttnttina- P-
iMB, I'ullV Mtlil kliniilii-r Wui'hi. I wa KtiHTi)
M Kunninu Hate Mumc. UrttLU Stand
i c n, . rL i wa I, r r.imi'AK I '41.
ti.C. ii. CtLLKY, Sff'y.
ALBUQUERQUE HOSE CO NO i.
To be held al
-rmory Hall, rrn Ol
Monday Evening, rLD JL
Ticket, admitting Gentleman and La
Cor. UolU At a. ial in. Mt.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Talaphon No. 104,
M. H ARQLD
rOK UKII.LINa OIL
UAH OR WATEK
P. o. adores,
Golden, Santa Fa Co.,
Kvar.lNHly aaya So,
Cnvari't ( amlv t'atlinrtii', thr mint won.
derf.il inmlu'ul ilifi,-o crv of lliu ut, pii'aa
ant uiul ii-fn aliiiiu in Uin luU art lii'iitly
anil imaltlvi'ly un kiilnea, liver Hint uiivvelt,
t-lt-anaiinr Hie entli-0 axati-in, dUif cnlila,
eiirn IiciiiIiiiiIio, fevi r, luililtiial i-otmiiHtlnn
ami liinniiMieaa. I'lemui liny ami try a box
Of I V I'. I' lii iliiv: III. X. Mlrenia. Hulilauiil
uarunici il lo euro liy till drumi.ta.
Km Thla liargaln.
A fl rut cum popular price reetaurant
In bent location aud enjoylnic largmt
putronagw ot any lu Albuquerque for
aalx. Kveryhodr knowa tlila placa. Reaa
oim for attl ling, pronrletor'a too cIm ap
bllcatliMi to IIih LuhIium for long per
il hI neceHiltrtten lila taking a rent. Ad
drww or Inquire X. Y. Z , Citikn.
Ti Cure f onalliiaiiiin Korerrr,
TuUe i" in ait-ia r;i,i(ii(.r.i.iiii, Iij nr "V.
If t C. C. tail lu cure, tlrut hu rcfuuU uiuuuy
Kullllfia of fancy cuffeea and teaa at
loweel pricea at A. Lorutiardo'a.
Plumbing and gaa fitting. Whltnaj
Ploture (ramue. Wbltoey Co.
W. V. FUTRELLE,
fR tLN tst
Cor. First add Cold, HoK" ! Albtqncrqne, New Xfilco.
T. CJ. 3Fll.TCT.X3tC-3.
, ,, HMfaiari fiaaaitaiai fcaiiiaaifi i ai nrnir -mm n u m, tiaiai
AJuaj, !n Block i'vt flWt.lJ
First St. and Lead Ave.. Albuquerque.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN & tvsna
PROVISIONS. -:sTArLE : anocEniEa:-
Oar a SpaelaltV. Ta b foan ftoalkwaai.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. I
Th Mwcat and beat gooda from th
leading pottcriea of tt world, la whokaalc
or retail. Choice table ware, elegant toilet
acta, beautiful vaaea) a full Un of glaaawarc,
bar gooda, lamp cliimneya and burncra,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and dolls.
113 SOUTH FIRST STREKT
J. O. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, old, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of houaeh ld good. (Jet
ethers' biVs and we will see them 10 p :r cent b ''i r.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on hit illrents. ....
Iffo. X X X TATortla First 53.t.
H. H. Warkentin
Albaqaerqae Bowling Parlors!
Coraei First St. and Copiwr Are.
The fine Bowlint AUey In the Sonthwcti.
The New Chicago
18 one of the nlortrt rwtoru la the
city, aud Is supplied with the
own auu uum uquora.
HEISCH Sl BETZLER, Proprietors.
Bplendld Lodging Rooms by the day,
week or month.
809 West Railroad Avenue.
Elcellenl beer, II la the rule,
To ktfl, It .Ikhv. .ham mnA 1J
Urana wine are Here, ot flavor true, f
, All kinda, Imported and natire, toU
ft Claara, the cholreat branda we know, f
w k "eliable aud Hire, where'er we I v
lo the famous (JL1 STAK SALOUll
Depend upon II, near or far, A
Nona can compete with the HOLD Tf
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
11 AQ i , i n ta
mf MVO . P 111 Vf
Liquors and Clears
Thlid Htreet aid fljeraa Areaae.
Atlantio Boor Halll
Cool ac Beacon dranbt the Bnaat Natl.s
Wins and tba vary beat of flrat-elaaa
Llqoora, Olra na a call.
Hiilboad ATaaDB, ALaoooaagDi,
A MOUMI flJMM.
Grande A Parentlt from them we reap. TJ
all klmtaof Llguora, tine and cheal
Keiiauie quainy we aei nere, A
to aell pure kikmI. la their lde
A lways cool and .haro, their Heer, r
iT.i .... H,ulte unequalled far or neaf
Uoble Wlnea. all patmna ireet, rj
U Imported and dnmeatic. a Stork romDlat d
IjelitiJoue Claara, too, here we (am, Kl
E- ., cholceal liavura weobtall'
acellent Roo..i both rlean aud neat,
at iiou on M.,K l.'i. I
&lbus at Albuqueruue there are tilenty I
whofa.ot (iKANDK PAHRNTl
CiESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-Bt Do
mestic Coal in use Yard
opposite Freight Office
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent,
New Telephone No. 164n
Old Telephone No 25
Leave orders Trlmble'i stables
BALUNiJ BROH., Paoranroaa.
vVeddin? CakeT a Spe'Ialty I
We Daaire Patrora'a, and we
Guarantee Firat-Claae Baking.
T.learaph order anllclted and Promptly Killed
A. E. WALKEJi,
Secretary latutl Balldln, luocliUoo.
Oflloe at J, O, Baldrldya, Laubar Yard.
VhopN1 ni IftnM nl(r
Alii iik V( i i;s.
S.1I1I riieip fnr Caah or on
the Installment I'lan. AIihi
rented al rraaunaLla rau-a.
t ALBUQUERQUt. N. M
ffyi pom ao. SNca
VYi k'P. aalaa at
j ' Syotara'a awa
i f tare la Mtola
tntitm laatr. .Nnfi. a. aara vncra. i
BMiniha . uooa ful at ova Aaaav kaalaal
aai aar Ti.wa "
lara akaart tkla tnat ad, aa It lataa
J. H. O'RIelly & Co.,
WHOLESALE tad E EI AIL DRUGGIST',
ALBUQUERQ'.JE, - NEW MEXICO
Liberal Discount to tha Trade
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .. .. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
Till HI) 8 Tit E El.
EMIL KLE1 WOBT, Prop
JACOB K011BEU & CO
afannfactorer of) and Dealer la
The Baat B-stwn-Made Vahlclae.
Fine Hoi-se-Shodnt Specialty.
Batiataotion Qurante4 in All Work
Rapalrlnjr. Painting and Trimming
iArne on Hhort Motioe. : i i i i i i
Shop, Comer Copper It. and Flnt St.,
ALaoqcaagca. N. M.
City : Drug : Store
Third Bt. and Railroad Are.
Dros, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Etc.!
WUOLR3ALK AND KKTA1L
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
ncceaanr lo 1'lll.harr A W.ltnn.
Call at Headquarters for
l.atliT, Uanieiw, PiuIiIIhh, riailillorr,
Hailillerr Hardware, I'nt rtoltw, hlme
NuiK lUnii'H.Ctaiiia, WIiIim, t'ollam,
Bweat 'a.K CanUir Oil, Axle fireaye,
Hueton I'oMCh Oil, l utoNeirro, Itmlily
llarvrnter Oil. NeutHfoot nil l r,l oil
llarnena oil, UHad oil, t'avitile Hoip,
HarniiHii Sia(, CurriaKe SiKiniren
t'liiiuiolii 8kln, Hor-e Meiliflnee.
rrloo tlio Ijowaait
IHuliPHt Market Trkva l'aid for lll.les
Thos. F. Kelohor,
40 Railwad Ava, Alboouerqoa.
hu-'lu-He r,.r rui t ,-Mia.
',r"l"'"5 'l"' I' ' ii fire dum oeak
men .iruu-, KiooU mire, iwc, II. All Uruauia,
-mjr Snala. ral. M I