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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Hl'MlKd A MiH'KKNtHT, IUbuhhkiw
Thou. Humhks Kdltor
W. T. McCrkihht, Huh. Mgr. and City Kd
t-l'IIMftHKI lAII. ANII ICK.Ill..
AwncUUM Prmu AfUirnonn TelonrtniK.
Ofllrial Paporof Hernalillofontity.
Olllcial Pior of City of Albtiqnwrqn.
iMgml City mid County circulation
Tlv tArgt-t Now Moiioo Cirrulatton
Larfrmt North Arltona Clrrnlatlon
ALBrylKRylK, MARCH 1. Ui
Krinl'I hM decided to upend 122.5'Hi,
otiO a year for new warship, up to and
The fighting force of New Mexico In
placed at 35 ,000 men; and if the crop of
native wine in good. It 1 twice that otiru
btr. Rut. 8am Jon&s has eo fallen from di
vine f race a to become a politician. He
announce htrnxtlf a candidate for gov
ernor of Triad.
Gov. Oteho Intend to eee to it that
all the territorial official do their duty,
and may make tew removals tor the
good ot the service.
TBI blood and thunder newpspera
back east are fighting terrific battles wltb
Spain, and will do doubt keep it op till
the tall campaign begins.
This county will make Immense pro
gress this year. The valley will be put
Into more fruit farms, and the mining
camps will be thoroughly developed.
The New York police7.u00 men, are to
have new aultorms and each one will re
quire, tor his two uniforms and overcoat.
seventy-eight buttons. This meaus &t5,-
000 but to us, or four tons of brass.
AN application has already been filed
at Washington tor a pension by the
mother ot a marine who was lost on the
Maine. There will be a great many oth
ers. If the I'ulted States goes to war with
The republicans are solidly In favor ot
Hon. Y. W. Clancy for mayor, and the
democrats are divided between O. N
Marrou and Thos, N. Wllkerson. It will
be a pretty race tor the mayoralty at the
The new proprietors ot the Jemei
Sulphur Springs will do donbt greatly
'Improve the accommodations at the la-
Uiou tic altu, resort, and extensively ad
vertise ihe .curative qualities of the
'Thebi are 8(X) poll tax payer at Gal
lup, which shows that the Carbon City of
New Mexico Is making solid growth
Gallop 1 destined to become acttyot
several thousand people, with many
Bkkoke war actually begins, The Cm
ken suggests that the government send
CoL J. Franco Chaves to Madrid to give
the rascally Spaniards one ot his cam
paign speeches. If that will not quell
'em, then the dogs ot war should be let
The Citizen extends Its congratula
tions to It old friend, J. C. Martin, ot
Presoott, Arixona, who has been ap
pointed receivor ot public monies at the
1'reeoott land offlue. Mr. Martin la the
editor of the Prescott Journal-Miner, and
a republican on all occasions.
The total number ot blUse holders In
the civil service of the country Is 178,717.
The aggregate salaries amount to fJU,
6Mt,l27. The elaseiUed list ot otllce hold
ers uumbers H7.1U8, leaving in the un-
cUssllled list Ul.OO'J, ot which Dumber
about 60,000 are fourth-class postmasters.
As the public mind 1 greatly center
ed on uaval matter Dow, attention is
railed to the fact that it was eighty-five
year ago February 25, 1813, that the
American cruiser, Hornet, under the
brave Captain Lawrence, met and utterly
destroyed the proud British brig Pea
cock. That gollaut oUlcer was killed In
a subsequent naval engagement the fol
lowing June. Ills dying words, "Dju't
give up the ship!" have become the motto
of our Davy.
The magnitude of the mutual system
of betting In France 1 shown by the re
turns made tor taxation. Two per ceut
of the betting ou mutuals under French
law goes to public charitable institution,
and lu 18U7 this t per cent rakeoff footed
tip 3,I,177 francs, equal to $0117,238,
The aggregate amouut of the betting
doue on the mutual plau In France last
year approximated I W.ooo.ooo. This
does nut Include book betting, on which
there Is no tax.
KEY W eT, where the tutted States
naval station Is, is an Island In the Gulf
of Mexico, sixty miles southwest of the
malulaud ot Florida. Key Went is the
principal Island of the Florida key
group. Westward from this group
seventy mile are the Dry Tortuga.
where the uortu Atlantic uaval squadron
was ordered to go. lue islands are so
Lamed because there is little or uo
water to be found on them. Cue ot
them, however, Garden key, has a noble
harbor, better thau that of Key West.
ArlTllLl lt IN I UK NATION.
With two new regiments ot artillery
for the army, that arm of the service
will be increased to an approximate
total of i.uoo or 0100 men. The organi
sation heretofore has provided for but
five regiments, with a total Juue 30
last ot 2'J0 utlicere and eullsted
meu. The live regimeats have been
scattered quite widely with a view to
their use as etllcieutly a may be for
coast defeuce at or near cities where
stragetle poluU have been chosen for
tortlucatlou with a view to possible war
uuder some ouforeseeu circumstances.
The headquarters of the regiments aud
their distribution are an follows: First
artillery heati)iiRrters. Bt. Angnitlne,
Kla, Florida and Lonlatana; 8nconl ar
tillery hemtiinarters, Kurt Adams,
R- I., MwvtimetH, Ithode Inland,
Maine, Virginia, New Yirk and
Connecticut; Third artillery, head
quarter, Angel l-dnml, Cal . Califor
nia, WanMngton, Virginia; Fourth ar
tillery, headquarter. Washington, D. C,
K'imu, Murrlnnd, Vlrgluiac District of
Columbia; Filth artillery, Miead quarters.
Fort II uuilton, N. Y., New fork, Vir
It will be seen from the wide distribu
tion of tliexe force, o limited In num
ber, that but few big gun could be
properly mnniied ii caxeot immediate
need. Indeed, a- has been frequently
stated of lute, niu. v ot the formications,
heavy guns and c uiullcated machinery
have been in charg merely of rare tak
era, whose knowledge of the engines of
war in their hands consists simply of a
superficial acquaintance derived from
dutlng sand from the guns and fittings.
8. J. Wallace, fit. Louts; John A. Ross,
l,a ega; J. M. Proctor, Kl 1'aso; Clia.
Norman, Alton, 111.
Fred. Kammer, (I. D. Boyd, Las Vegas;
A. 8. ttrant, Loe Angeles; A. Ziuk, New
J. M. (tart'la. Magdalene; A. Robert
Hi. Han Jie, N. M.; Allien I'enny, Los
(iatoH. Cal.: Clias. A. hole-. Hanta Fe: W.
Franklin. Ksnnas City; U.K. tan Wor-
den, Denver; Ike N. ilubn, Ht. Ioul; J.
J. Leeoo, Hocorro; F. B. Houghton, Kl
Pam; K. A. Klncald and wife, Denver;
Frauk Low aud wife, SU Louis.
Tha Kalaaa) tallforala Urapa Crop
The partial loss ot the grape crop this
year, caused by tue heavy rains, is es
timated to exceed l,ooo,OOU Farmer
and vineyards all over the northern part
of the state have suffered. V hlle this Is
true. It is equally a fact that lost and
falling strength may be restored by the
pxrelstent, systematic use of the great
national Ionic lioetelter's Btomach Hit
ters, which renews and tones the activity
ot ths stomach, liver and tlie bowels.
counteracts a tendency to rheumatism
and kidney complaint, and prevents mi
larial disorders. After exhausting dls
eawies have run their course, recovery is
greatly accelerated by the use ot the bit
ter. which Improves appetite and Iru
parts renewed vigor to the debilitated
latoat la Kill.
Brakemau Dice made a trip to La Junta
yesterday aud preferred a charge of as
sault with lutent to kill against George
Brooks, the negro who stabbed him about
ten davs ago. The trial will be held on
next Thursday. Mr. Dice says his wound
is healing nicely, but is atlll very pain
ful. He returned to the hospital here on
No. 1 today, and will make another trip
to La Junta on the day of the trial to
testify agalust Brook. Optic.
The ancient Greeks believed that the
Penates were the gods who attended to
the welfare and prosperity of the family
They were worshipped as household gods
In every home. The household god of to
day is Dr. King's New Discovery. For
eonsnmtitlou, cough, colds and for all
adeclious ot throat, chest and luugs it is
invaluable. It has been tried for a quar
ter ot a century and Is guaranteed to
cure, or money refunded. No household
should be without this good angel. It is
pleasant to take and a safe aud sure rem
edy for old aud young, Free trial bottles
at i. 11. O'Reilly & Co.' drugstore.
Lost Hl Rich! Uaad.
W. K. Nat trees received the news last
week of a distressing accident at Chlo
ride. Austin Crawford, ot 8un Marclal,
Is doing assessment work on several min
ing claims in that camp, and his young
sun, Bernard, a general favorite, bore
him company. While thawing out giant
powder the treacherous compound explod
ed, with the result that young Bernard
sustained the severe aflllct Ion of having
his right hand blown oft, making ampu
tatlou neceesary just above the wrist
San Marclal Bee.
It Is or should be the highest aim ot
every merchant to please his customers;
and that the wide-awake drug firm ot
Meyer & Kshleoiau, Hurling, 111., is do
ing so, is proven by the following from
Mr. hilileiuau; lu my sixteen years ex
perleuce in the drug business, 1 have
never seen or soiu or inea a nieuicine
that gave as good satisfaction as Cham
oerlaiii's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea
Remedy, bold by all druggists.
"Tha Koonoralat" Mora Nhi,
"It's golug to be a gingham season.
Already ttiere is complalut from mer
chaul that gingham orders are delayed
lu delivery owing to the rush which has
overwhelmed the manufacturers. There
seems little doubt that the handsome, In
expeusive, reliable, serviceable gingham
is to re-assume its place lu the dress
world, from which it was temporarily
piiNiieu by tue more elaborate organdie.
All this makes the sale we have to tell
about the more remarkable.
Special sale of new cephyr ginghams
only it cents per yard at The Kcouomlst
TO CXHK A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
All druggists refund the money It It fails
to cure. 2ic 1 tie genuine ha L.B.y,
on eacn tuuiei.
HIlbHt Cub Crluaa fald
For furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunk, narnees, saddle, snoes. etc,
Hart's, 117 Gold aveuue, next to Wells
Fargo Kx press otlive. See me before you
ouy or sen.
Win. lor Sal.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only 60 cents a gallon at C. A. Grande's
Jo uortn Broadway.
Krfui-at.lnuf Hii.pIi Mlth (mrirrll.
I'ii'itly CntliHMtr, .nr. ,oiim! l,t ton former
1ju,uhi. If C C- C full, druwtfihirt:Iuuil niuuer
UO Vt KNOW
That at The Citizen oillce
or any other kind of commercial 'print
ing; alsotlrst-olass binding. Work neatly
and promptly executed and at reasonable
rates. Give us a trial and be convinced.
We waut all the good thlnge ws can
got. W e have a well equipped shop, a
full force of the very best workmen, a
due toiimirial aud bath trade, but we
waut some more customers. Give us a
trial, and you will Hud us more thau
worthy of your patronage. Halm & Co.,
N. T. Armljo building.
W e offer f '.'S reward to auy house that
will touch our samples for custom suits
or our custom suits for iluUh, fit and
quality. K L. Washburn A Co.
Remnants of silk, accumulated from
our great silk sale ia.it week, regardless
ot cost; ouly f8 cvuts, at the Golden Rule
Dry Goods Co.
History 5eems to Be Repeating Itself
HOW TMLi NETHERLANDS WAS DESPOILED.
Centuries ago, when Ppain held a
world's glory tor her own, she pet her
fool on the road that ha led her, re
morselessly, pitilessly, to the position
that she occupies to-day in the eye of
the entire world that ot a nation alike
treacherous and cruel.
Most wonderfully is history repeating
Itself, relate a writer lu the New York
Prese. Three hundred year ago Spain
wrote a record for herself with falsehood,
blood and fire; aud the present sltuatiou
Cuba. Spain and the tolled States Is
a marvelous duplicate ot It.
It was In ths time of Uueeo Kllxahetn
of Kngland. Philip, the weak and false,
set ou the Spaulsh throne. The Low
Countries, the Netherlands, eruthed and
tortured, were In rebellion agalust Spain.
They cried to Kngland. but she, though
feeling the most inteuse sympathy for
ths struggling people, kept her compact
with Hpaiu of non Interference, and de
clined again aud again to extend active
aid to them.
The Antonio Maceo ot the Netherlands
was the Prince ot Oraug. A the Hpan-
ard feared Maceo, so they reared tne
noble Orange. Ae they asnassinated
Maceo, eo they assassinated the Prince of
NOW AS FUHVEHLT
As ther executed great Cubans In the
ten years' war, and condemned others to
penal Servitude In the present rebellion,
so they executed the count of Kgmoul,
must beloved oy ni people ana aomireu
lu all Kurope for his great qualities.
As they sent a weyler to burn, destroy
and slaughter in Cuba, so they sent to
the .Netherlands tne savage nuke or Aiva,
most ferocious of Hpautsli butchers,
hoe path was marked with the blood
of massacred thousands.
Nor were there wanting a minister aud
hi letter. Bernardino be Mendoxa was
the Spaulsh ambassador to Kngland. He
was treated wltn nisungiUHneu courtesy.
Yet he so far soiled his high oillce as to
enter Into plots wlthoousptrators against
Klltabeth and ths Kngllsli. A letter mat
he had written fell Into their hands, and
though hi effense was grave and feeling
against him ran high, be was allowed to
depart with sals conduct.
Spain avoided maxing apoiogy. nuza
beth sent a special envoy to Puillp to ex
plain to him why his minister had been
dismissed, aed to offer all amurauce that
due courtesy would be showu to auy
other representative who might come
from Spain but Philip declined to re
ceive the Knglltth envoy.
For years the spauisn red ins ungiisn
with honeyed words. And for years they
were busr setting titan 01 ner seaooanv.
They were preparing the great Armada;
they were raising armies hi sweep me
island kingdom and to plant on its
shores the terror ot the Spanish Inquisi
tion. HPAIN'S FATEKUL PATH.
Along the path which Hpaiu took then
she has oersevered. It Is marked wltb
bones. It has led steadily downward
from olden alory to modern decay.
That fine cloture of Snalu's grandeur
which was unrolled In loot), when Philip
was on the throne. Is one of the most lui
posing in history. It shlues through
time with the color aud splendor 01 vio
torlous arms, mighty llt and posses
sion that covered the kuowa world.
None Questioned her supremacy. Italy
cowered uuder her hand. Venice feared
her. The rich Netherlands, golden Mex
ico. Peru aud ths Indies were her.
What she wanted she could take wuu
force of arm. And yet treachery stains
her story indelibly treachery reduced
to a science.
The aeveuteen provlucea of the Nether
lands were Spain's great wealth. She
turned them with senseless ferocity, to
her ruin. Autwerp was the Tyre of the
world in that ceutury. Spain tried to
make a Mexico out ot her. Philip sent a
Greuvella to the Netherlauds, and be,
dark aud gloomy despot, Intlamed the
people to hatred of the Spanish. Uuder
the leadership of William the Silent, the
Prince of Orange aud ths count or hg-
moot, the people asked for a voice in
their own government. They were pre
sented wltn a useless, purely nominal
right of presentation the cheating au
tonomy ot this nineteenth century. A
short, quickly suppressed revolutlou ful
lowed. Peace bad been restored, and
uituht have lasted for years had not
Spaiu. blinded with haired, suddeuly seut
the infamous Duke of Alva with a great
army, lhen came uanglugs lu every
town, every village.
Scarcely had he entered Brussels, In
K07, before he lured the count of Kguiout
aud the brave old Admiral Van lloorn
luto captivity, whence they did not
emerge alive. The inquisition's fierce
machluery w irked day aud ulght. The
eutire Sutherland nation was declared
guilty of treason and the beautiful Neth
erlauds were literally dreuchtd with the
blood of their best, their richest aud their
poorest men, women aud children. Alva
himself boasted that he had seut 18,000
people to the executioner. Spain took all
the lands aud goods of the victims, and
out ot this great crime the black-hearted
Pbllit got tiaooo,uj In revenues.
' "CUKRY, EXTERMINATION.
Wheu murder for that It was could
not bt carried on much longer, Alva be
gau to tax the unfortunate people. First.
be took every oue-hundredlh ceut; then
every twentieth, then every tenth
Driven to desperation, at last the Nether
lauds rebelled agalu.
Like Weyler, Alva fought savagely.
Massacre aud outrage were hie weapons.
let be could not quell tue revolutlou
aud, agalu how like Wetler, he returued
to Spam, beuteu. Two followed bliu aud
failed. Then came the great prince ot
' Parma aud victories came to the Spaulsh
He offered a reward for the asealna'
Hon of the prince of Orauge. halt baser
Gerard earued It in aud all Spain
shouted aloud wltb Joy, as It did wheu
Maceo was assassinated. For a time It
seemed as If the blow had, indeed, para
lyxed the revolution. Parma took Aut
wern after a famous siege.
Hut the shameful deed made only tern'
porary auvauiage tor npaiu, Hiugland
that bad resisted the repeated requests
for help when the living prluceot Orange
begged her for assistance, awoke and
honored the prince of Orauge dead. The
capture of Autwerp frlghleued her, too,
PLOTS AND TREASON.
Long before the begluulug of actual
war with Kngland, Spaulsh treachery
was rife. 1 hough they esteemed the
Island kingdom as one easily to be cou
quered, though they were secretly rais
ing against it such a force by land aud
sea as bade fair to whelm any laud, yet
they dared not trust entirely to open
fight, to the fair toss of the dice ot war.
'I hey seut the Marquis Vitelli to Loudon
under the pretext of an embassy. Yi hat
he really had to do was to establish au
understanding with traitors, at the tower,
the palace aud even amoug the queen's
guards. Further orders were for this
embassador, this Spaulurd who bad been
received III a country as an envoy, to wait
iu that guise until Spanish troops were
lauded, wheu be was to take command of
them aud show the deceived, cheated
KuglUb his true character.
At the same time plot bad been laid to
Inllartie Kngllxhmen against their broth
ern.nn thescor of religion: but Klizabeth
was Informed of this conspiracy aud It
was checked. P0III11I, the historlsn, says
that Alva, elirssed because Philip had
promised command to Vitelli instead of
his (Alva's) son, aud himself betrayed the
miriNfilracv to Kllr.Hlielli.
All tills time the Spanish were prorose
In their protestations of friendship. 1 ney
detained Migmn warsmpa mai entered
.Hp tn Inn and Nether land ports under all
softs of polite pretexts: ther veiled every
step with diplomatic fornn. Kven after
the Duk Del Medina Cell, succeeding
Alva, had been defeated accidentally
while on hi way with an Immense fi tet
to enter the Thame and seixs London,
the Spaniards continued to dissemble.
Willi the coming of Ihm John on tne
scene, more duplicity began, in is
strange person, who elgnaltxed his ac
cession to the governorship of the isetn
erlauds by sneaking into the territory
In (liHgnlse. was the Illegitimate brother
of Philip of Spain.
Klizalieth had kept Her word implicit!
How did Spain f Don John plotted to
seise the Kngllsh throne. He raised an
army with the connivance of Philip. If
not with his help. And when Mixaoein
expostulated with that talc king, again
he assured Migiand ot ni everiasung
friendship, lo prove It, when lion Jonn
died mysteriously, Philip promptly
selted two noble Kngllshiuen, tortured
them and put them to death cruelly on
an aimurd charge thai they Dad aseasai
n ben at last, after ail the duplicities
and deception lasting for year had
been carried on uulll Kngland saw
through them aud felt free to defend a
a crueliy stricken people, the crowning
lie was told.
With the great Armada all ready; with
men aud anus massed everywhere to de
scend on Kugluud; Willi traitor bought
oy Spaulsh gold ready to deliver ports to
them, still the treacherous Spaniard
dared Dot declare war opeulv.
They opened a cheating negotiation,
wlenslbly among the Netherlauds, with
Kuglaud, through the Prince of Parma,
aud the Spanish commissioner tried to
persuade the Knglish that the coming
Spanish tleet was not Intended against
Kngland, nut tins lime iwigiann was
alert, and the seas aud wind came to
help her. The Armada was lost, and
Spain's power began from that moment
1 he-tbamards then fomented rebellion
n Ireland eveu seut a force there which
was wiped out noou. lney oougni
traitorous merchant aud Induced them
to send Knglish ship ou long voyage
that they might Dot be available for de
Final v came the episode of the Span
Ish ambassador, Bernardino De Msndoza
His letters leferred to the plot mention
ed before, and Kngland would have been
Justified in punishing hi 111 summarily
when Philip, lu reply 10 meir niaguaui
mous treatment of this Buatilard, lusull
ed tho Kugli-h euvoy, matter cam to a
climax aud Kngland made the cause of
the Netherlands her own.
Bom.lliliia lu Kuiw,
It may be worth something to know
that the very best medicines for restoring
the tired out nervous system to a healthy
vigor is Kleclte Bitters. This medlclue
Is purely vegetuble, acts by giving tone
to the nerve centers In the stomach,
gently stimulates the liver aud kidneys.
and aids these organs luthrowing our liu
purities in the blood. Mecirio liittur
improve the appetite, aid digestion and
Is pronounced by those who have tried it
as the very best blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Try It. Sold for oO ceuts or 1.00
per bottle at J. II. O'Kellly & Co.' drug
HOT TIMK AT KINGMAN.
Chaadl.r's" Owl. Play a llrllllaat Kaf.f.
nam at Kluamaa,
Before the "Night Owls" got stranded
at Phoenix and the manager fled to this
city, the "Owls" visited Kluguian, and
the Mineral Weulth lu Its, comments.
There appeared In our city Saturday
last a combiuallon of scarlet beauties ac
com pun led by ihelr male accomplices,
desiguatlug themselves as "Night Owls.
They are well uamed aud those who eu
d u red the luxury of viewing their leg
street parade, knew that there wuuld be
a hot time iu Kiugmau that night and
that the bald heads would eujoy a treat
not seen since Calamity Jane called forth
their admiration lu the early day of
Deaitwood. All the afleruoou the paint
ed beauties visited the aute room of "imp
goes the cork resorts, aud took ou board
enough Juice to float a mermaid. At oue
place five ot them lu a row ewal
lowed a bottle each ot Mum' dry while
tne thermometer leu one degree, w hen
the curtain was rung up at 8, a delighted
audleuce beheld the back teeth ot nu
uierous beauties floating around In dlsxy
Heads aud a combination ot stocking of
the various hues of the rainbow, lu Jus
tlce to the male portion of the "Owls," let
It be recorded that they were no more
druuk than usual, owing, most likely, to
the fact that their girls bad more
admirers before the bar than they
There Is lltttle that can be repeated
about the show and little necessar
when It Is known that the female "Owls'
had Juet concluded au engsgement at
faddy Hlaviu s dance nail, Dawsou City,
Arizona may well feel relieved to know
that the legs are going straight to Chey
enne where they will enter a home to
reclaim preachers from the temptation
mil surround tue pulpit.
Haoal.a. Aralca alva.
The best salve in the world tor ruts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns ami all sktu eruptlous, aud post
lively cure piles, or no pay. It Is guar
auieed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box.
For sale by all druggists. J. 0. O'Bielly
Nomrj A ppolntad.
The governor Saturday morning ap
pointed David M. Sutherland, of La Lux,
as a notary public lu aud for Don Ana
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pur Orap Crtiai el TirUr Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
ALL CONVICTED Ot- WHITE CAfFING.
Federal Statute Snccesifully Applied to
Five Hew n xlco Ranchmen.
A trial ot unusn il public Interest was
brought to a elnse at Silver City Satur
day Dlght at the present term ot the
t'nlted States court for the Third Judicial
dUtrlct of New Mexico. Lst July A. W.
GiflVrd wa "white-capped" In the Sucre-
me 11 to mountains In eastern Dona Ana
unity by a ban I of miikeil men. After
ivlng him a liberal don ot tar and
feather and fifty laxhe with knotted
ropes, GifT'ird was told that he had
twenty four hours In which to leave the
Country. Ths animus of the attack was
supposed to have been thn peculiar re
liglous doctrine promulgated by G I fiord,
and which were said to have been detri
mental to the peace of tin commu
nity. At the last September term ot the
United State court Nicholas Q. Patter
son, James Haynes, William F. Glllllanil,
Wilson Kouotx and William Johnson
were Indicted for the crime, under charge
of violation ot the civil right law the
statute passed for the purpose of puulsh-
log the Ku-KIue outrage tn the south.
Patterson died before the present term of
court, but the remaining defendants
were placed on trial last week, and after
a long aud closely contested legal battle,
the Jury late Saturday Dlght returned a
verdict of guilty against all of the men.
Sentence ba Dot yet been pronounced.
This 1 the first time In the history ot the
territory that prosecution ha been rutde
under such statute. All the detendauls
are well-to-do rancher In the section In
which they live.
BBST Or ALL,
To dense the system In gentle anl
truly beneficial manner, when the spring
time come, u the true and perfect
remedy, Syrnp ot Fig. Buy the genu
ine. Manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all
druggists, at 60 ceut per bottle.
A Prattjr Bnuf.
The Moberly (Mo.) Democrat says: As
the reporter was on hi regular rounds
yesterday morning he overheard oue of
our prettiest and most sensible young
ladle, who doe exteusive shopping,
singing the following pretty little song
to a Keed street business man who
doesn't believe In the use ot printer'
We don't want to Imy at ynur pl.ee,
Wr won't trmle therr .ny more;
You'll be or y when you M-e u.
Uolng to wins other .tore.
You can't wll u. any Male gooda,
We have opened wnle our eye.;
We don't WMitt to trade at your .lore
1( yuu do not adveruae.
I desire to attest to the merit ot
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy as one of
the most valuable and etucleut prepare'
Hons on the market. It broke ai exceed
lugly dangerous cough for me In U
hours, and in gratitude therefor. I desire
to luform you that I will never be with
out it, and you should feel proud ot the
high esteem lu which your remedies are
held by people lu general. It I the oue
remedy among leu thousand, snccess to
It O. R. Downey, Kdltor Democrat, AI
blon, lud. For sale by all druggists.
William IlaEeldlne, a colored man,
who was brought to this city from Al
buquerque last January suffering from
paralysis, caused by being thrown from
wagon, died at St. Vincent hospital In
Santa Fe last Dlght. He was a dis
charged onion soldier and the colored
people ot the city have arranged to have
his body burled In the National cemetery
thla afternoon. New Mexican.
Poa't Tobacco Spit .a Haiukt loar IJf Away,
To qui! totstrco easily and forever, be nu
netlc. full ot life, nerv. and vigor, lake Nolo-
11 ac. ths wonder-worker, that make, weak turn
fttrong. All druKSlats, Aooortl. Curesuarun
taed. Booklet and aampls free. Aildrens
Sterling K.meJj Co, Chicago or New York.
Moaey to Laaa.
Parties desiring money, straight loan
or on building and loan principle, will do
well to see K. L. Cox, local agent, or C
U. Tilton, field manager of the Fidelity
Saving association, Denver, Headquar
ters Bank ot Commerce, until March 6.
After Many Years
Have claused ueoule write to sav that
the cure Which Hood's Sarsaparilla
accomplished are lasting and complete,
No other medicine lias such a record
of cures. Ho other medicine Hssessee
the great power to purify aud enrich
the blood aud build up tho system.
Hood't Pill cure all liver Ills, re
lieve coustiputiou, assist digo.Uou. 25o.
Aa Cacttable aoeorrolla.
J. F. Cook was a greatly excited man
yesterday when he heard the rumor ot
the assassination ot General Lee. lie
telegraphed Delegate Kergnsson for the
truth and then went after his gun. The
answer satisfied him without gore. Ad
A well supplied table Is one of the most
delightful attractions of a borne. Yon
can always keep your table covered wltb
the choicest ot viands If yoa trade wltb
F. F. Trotter, the Second street grocery
Don't forgot the "Green Front Shoe
Store," No. 113 Railroad avenue, William
Chaplin: cheapest and best place to get
shoe aud repairing done on the shortest
OK THE I'NITED STATUS.
JANIAKY 1, 1SIIS.
Reserve on all
cies (4 per cent I $186,333,133
all other Lia
bilities. Undivided Sur-1
lus, 4 per cent
New Assurance Writ
Amount Declined $24,491,973
HENRY B. HYDE, President.
J. W. ALEXANDER. Vic President.
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
Guunl Meiiagitr New Mojeoand AriMo
a. Department, ABuquotu. N. M.
W. II. EALiV.ERv
"av.d Tn IV I
-. of Newnis
trslic V by C . M j." Narrlna.
COt'iill iloM not nlwsya Indicate
consumption. Mr. W. II. Palmer, of
Waterloo, Iowa, writes: "I waa taken
Wltb a nerrona atrlctnra of tit bronchial
tulsta, whl' h developed Into nerrous pros
tration, I wna .0 weak I could not alt up. I
got noaleep for dnya except when under the
Influence of oplntea. For four month. I .of
fered aimnl- and prnyed that 1 mtahtdl
and lie at rent. On
t.t.y-'l -Inn .aid I had
enre u nipt Ion. for I had
acntiffii that rrar me
no ri'tt. Hut a (trod
old phy&lcinn wnoas
medicine had failed.
ndrNcrl me to u Ir.
Miles' Ue.toratl rt
Nervine and I Ilir.nU (iod that It bu brlffbt-
sned my day, ler.it Iwned n:jr life and saved
me from the tiorr ricf nervou. proat ration."
Dr. MIU-V Itemi-lle. are wild t'T alldrar-
Ilf.u under a no iilvenunmntee Brtl)Ottl
benefit or money refunded. HtioW on Heart
ami N.rrearnt frcMoall nopllcanta.
DR. MILE Mt'll"Al. CO., Kllchart, Ina
UK. FHANtll I'KUHHOSf,
"VFFICK AND KKSIDKNCK 490
7 nl .Tenne. Hour!
S and 7 to S n. m.
a to 10 a. m, S to
nieciai attention sien in general .unjery,
Automatic Telephone aa-..
II KS. HISHOP HISHOP,
TJOMCKOPATMIC PHYSICIANS AND
Nora-eon. -t iftice ann reelnenre oeee do
nfflce. old Telephone . New Telephone
in.l. Hn, Marlon HH""P, M. U.. omce bnnrs.
to D. tn. frr.'.ni D Rl.hnn. M. I).. nS!r
Don-., a tn in a. pv an- 1 to I and 7 to I p,
I ake elevator at Whitney ..
JOHN TAMCHITR, M. !..
PHYSICIAN AND HfHUKON-OWc. and
re.iS.enee, o7 north Mlth Mreet. Hnnre. 1
In and S :80 to 7:ho p.m. Hoeclal attention
f Wen to chronic and dlfeaae. nf women. Old
telef. hnre. fri. t .!' made In daytime only.
U. D. JOHSHOI,
A HCHITKCT Plan., .neclDc.tlon. and
V tlrnfte. fiirnl.hed for all clw.e. of bndd.
Ins and airhlte:tu.al work. UBic.l SOS West
OFKICK and re.ldenre. No. 41 Weal (told
avenue. THenhone No. S. OfUre bonis
to a. m. 1 :'Ji o B:S0 and 7 to p. m.
U. a. Kuterday. M. D. J. 8. kanerday. at.
w. Hura t. i.
OFKICK IIOUK!4-Untll s. m. and from
1 :80 to :S0 and from 7 to D. m. Uthea
and residence, 40 vet Uold avenue, Alba.
qaerque, n. si
K. J. ALU tat, u. u. a.
DNTIST-Orrlce, mom. S and 4. Whltlni
block, corner liold avenne and Seconi
Mreet. office boor, 8 a m to 12:1ft p.m.
ind 1:1 to r:80 p. m.
BKHNAKU 8. KOUKY,
U. Prompt attention given to all bualn
tainlnitothe urofeMion. Will practice In
all court, ol the territory and be! ore ths United
WILLIAM U. LICK,
A TTOHNKY-AT-I.AW. tlfflce.
f l. n. 1. Arm it builillna.
Will practice la
all the courta ot the territory.
. , v. i. a l.- n . . . n . r. in., tin, ,
l M. Otlice. rootna 6 and a. 1 irat National
a ernlvvvu IT t AW A i v tt
K. W. It. IIKVAN
ATTOHNKY-AT LAW, Albuquerque. 1
11. (Jtlite, rn.t National Uank buildln
KltANK W. CLANCY,
A TTOKN KY-AT-LAW. room. Sand. N
ii I . Annuo uuuaius, Albuquerque, M. .
K. W. UOIIHON,
4 TTORN'KY AT.I.AW. flllWiun Rnh
i ertaon'. grocery .tore, Albuquerque, N. U
Capt. Jack Crawford
'The Poet Scout."
At Grant's Opera House,
Wednesday, March 2d
Tinier the auHploes of the Wonieo'a Re
lief Corps. Keserved Seat now ou sale
at VYaltoirs Driiir. Htore.
Call at Headquarters fo
Leather, Ilririirwt. Saildlew, Radillerr.
Haililli'rv Hardware, t ut Sole, Hlioe
.NullH, llaiiit'H, I Uaiii", n hip. Collars,
Hweut I'HiIh, Castor OU, Axis Ureaae,
IliiHtou Coai-h till, I ntoNfgro, Knilily
llarventiT till, NeatfMit (ill, Itrd Oil,
HarncisOll, I.IiihwI Oil, Castile 8op,
llarins Soap, Carriage Hpongea,
t'liauiols Bkiu, Borse Mtillciu.
Prloo tlxo Jjowaat,
IHirlimt Market Price fald for Bide
Thos. F. Kelcher,
40o Railroad Avew Albuquerque.
For People That Aronil 4
Sick or "Just Don't
only oni rod A DOH.
Swam. Pimple., curat MuUcM, U)iMMl Sad
Co.tlv.naM. Zdcta. a iMit al arumri!. or lv n4
SauiiiiM (in, aaJrua u Sounka I n. I bila. i'a
W. Tk. tlur Own
moasure, because we know how a gar
ineut slumlil lie luade and measured. We
know from twelve years' experience that
It dues nut pay to rely on outsiders to
take our measures, for tliey oftentimes
are uieu of uo experience at all.
K. L. WanHiiniN X Co.
lli-ilul) a llluuil Iterp.
Cluin I'l.Kxl uuMiia a rlcan sUin. Ko
Iwuuly vMlhout il. I j, ii ,'L, I .iihIv C athar
tic i' It. hi yum- liiood aii.l k . a tieun, by
aliniiiii ii Ihe lazy livrr un.l drivm all iin
Iiuiiiu. 1 1 out the I'ixIv. Il, nni lo iluy to
bdiiuh iin,iU., U.jli, ,K,, hi ., Iilndlieada,
and thnt k!y ImIiihi. iiniiplrxiou ly taLing
C'ax uret., benuly lur ten i'in. All drua.
giata, uti.iacliou tfuaraiilecd, hM.', 2ji',(oo.
Great niannfaeturers' gale of rtillilren',
boy' aiitl youths' clothing, at the tioldeo
Bute lrj UootU Co.
1 a V
W. V. FUTRELLE,
Cor. First iiid Gold,
( 801-KW First 8t. )
) 1(M Bold ave.
(way la Stock
First St. and Lead
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata a Spaelaltr.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
Th jMwcst and best good from th
leading pottcris of ths world, in wholuak
or retail. Choice table wart, elegant tolld
arts, beautiful vasts) a full line of glassware,
bar goods, lamp chimneys and burner,
enameled ware, tinware, broom and
brushes, toy and dolls,
118 SOUTH FJRSTSTREET
J. O. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest
cash price paid (or all kinds of household good. Get
others' bids and we will see them 10 per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments
Iffo. XXI TATox-tlx First
H. H. Warkentin
Albuquerque Bowling Parlors!
Come. Firnt St. and Copper Ave.
The flnert Bowling Allryi In ttie flmthirett
ice piac to spend lheTenlnf.
The New Chicago
IS on of ths nlOMt rort In ths
city, and la supplied with ths
best and finest liquors,
HEISCH & BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Booms by ths day,
week or mouth.
809 Wast Railroad Avenna.
THE FAVORITE SALOON
TUE GOLD BTAK I Yuo ahould not C
lium. but call and take a aocial glaaO
Hlah claa. Llguur. tt till J bere. A
Batl.factloo to all I. UK LUCCA'S IdaV
Excellent Urrr, It I. Ibe rule, f
To kep It ai wava .harp and iw
(jracil Wlnr. are here, ol liavor uue, f
M All kind., Imported aud native, toV
Of Cigar., the choice.! brand, we know, m
Unliable and pure, where'er we s
f ook In, then; pay a vi.it amiu, VI
Depend upon it, near or lar, A
Noue can compete wltb th HOLD C
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
Very Finest tfines,
Liquors and Cigars
Tnlid Street and fljeras iTeaoe.
Atlantic Boor Hall!
6CHNKIDKR 4 X, Pbop.
Cool K. Bear on draufbti th Boet NaUve
Win and th very baet of flrtt-ciaaa
Ltqnora, Olve oa t call.
BAixaoaD ariaci. ALnqogca,
A Matad flaea.
G rande A Pareotll from them we reap, TJ
all kind, ut Llauur.. tine and cbaa
Oellable quality we eet here.
i to aril pure euod. la tbelr Ide
A Iwayt cool and .harp, their beer, D
quite unequalled lar ot nealV
Noble Wlnee. all patron, rreet.
Imported and domeatlc, a Stock com Dial
Delicioua Cujani, too, bere we gain,
chok-e.1 flavor, we obtal 11
Excellent Kota boiii clean and neat. Oft
al now on Houtb Klrat hire. A
&tnue at Aiomiueruue mere are plenty
wliofavMCrKANDK A PARENT
CfiESCENT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal la use. Yard
opposite Freight Office
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent,
New Telephone No. 164.
Old Telephone No 25.
Leave orders Trimble's stables
GALLINQ BHOS., PaoraiaToai.
Wedding Cakea a Specialty !
W Dealr Patronaf , and w
QuaranU Vint-Claa Bakinj.
Telearapbordereeollclledaod Promptly rilla
A. E. WALKER,
SacreUrj latutl Buildln iuoclitloo.
OHM al t. C BaldrMfe' Laaakar Tard.
and HIT YUI KS.
Sold Cheap for Caih or on
the Installment Plan. Alao
rented at reasonable rate.
Albnqaerqne, NiV Mexico.
Carries th. Lar(aV aa(t
Mast Baaalve atoch at
-ISTAPLB I OROOKRIES:-
To ka laaad Sotathwast,
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
M A SONIC TEMPLE,
EMILK LELN WORT, Irop
v HIGHLAND GREENHOUSEf)
Cor. Gold Ave. anl Arao Rt.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Mw Tlphon No, 104.
JACOB KOltBElt & CO
ataoufactorarolud Daaiet n
Th Beat Baatem-Mad Vehicle.
Pine Horse-Shoelnc a Specialty.
Batiabvctlou Ouaranteed In All Work
Rapaliintr, Paintlnir and Trlmmlnf
boo on Short Motio. I I I I I t I
Shop, Corner Copper It. ini Flnt St.,
Ai.irQcaao.tm. N. "e
City : Drug : Store
Third Bt. and Railroad Ay.
Dregs, Kfidiclnts, Paints, Oils, Etc. I
WBOLKSALK AND MHTAIL
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
to Plll.barr a Walton.
VVE lonjer supply our tctdi to dealer to'
" acll aval. At the same time, any
one who has bought our seeds of their
local dealer during either 1806 or 1807 will
he sent our Manual ol " Everything lor lb
Harden" lor 1898 rppp provided they
PP'y r letter I lL,U and Rive tha
name of the local meixhaat from hoi
ther houfhl. To all others, this maunm
cent Manual, every copy of which costs us
JO ceou to place in your hands, will be sent
free on receipt of 10 cet (stamps) to cover
postage. Nothing like this Maoual has
ever been seen here or abroad it Is a book
of 200 pages, contains MO engravings of
seeds and plants, mostly now, and these ar
supplemented by 6 full size colored plates
of the best novelties of the season, finally,
OUR "SOUVENIR" SEED COLLECTION
Will also be sent without charge to all appli
cants sending 10 cli. for the Manual who will
State where they saw this advertisement.
Pattal Car lk.llM Will taulv. N. AlltaiUa.
To tho Young Faoo
Poraom'a CoaruiioH IHiwuaa (Ivaa fraah.r
charm.; to th. old , nn.wd youth. Try It.
Attoud the 6 oeut remuauU i at Tha