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Absolutely Pur THE DAILY CITIZEN WBUIW A McVRKIUHT, Ptblihrrm Thos. HnuHM Kilitor W. T. McChrisrt, Bii. Mgr. and City Kd riBi.iHKi dail i warm. Aaanriatnl Pram Afternoon Telafrrama. OiHeial Pnpxrof HxrnalilliiCflniity. OiBrial papor of City of Albnqmrqna. target City and County f'lrrulatlon The Lergwat Nrw Mxxiro Circulation LargMt North Arizona Circulation ALBCQl'KUyLK, MARCH In, HHt RBPIBMCAM riTT CONVKNTION. A drlrirate conrrntlnn of thr Rrpuhltrane of the- otv of Alhuquerque will b hrM at Orant'e Opera Houae nn Ihunvtay evening, Man h Bl, Ihwh, at 7. ho. for the pnrtm of placing in nomination candidatee for Ui rari ouacity. llicr. vis: t ne Mavor. line L li-rli. One Treasurer. One Alderman fmm earh ward. One member uf the ettiuol buard frorn each Ward. Km h of the aeveral warda will be entitled to a rrprrei-ntation In aaiU convention of lllleen drlie-at-a. I'rotlre enn only k u(l liv Imna fide rraidrntaof warua frum which a delegate la elected. Want prlmartea will be beld in the different warrie on Tiiewlay evening, Marco Vtf, at 7 o'clock, ae followa: Ward I-At the City Hall, and will be called to oiiler by Don J. Rankin. Ward a-At No. V Hoae honae. and will be called to order by Tlmma. lltiuhre. Ward a At printing oHice of Kdward V. Bliaa, on weat (fold avenue, and will be called to order by 1 homae A. r innal. Ward 4 At Scott Moore Hnae houae. on north Third etreet, and will be called to order by K. W. Hopkine. II la recommended that the prlmarlee place In nomination candidatea for aldermen and member of theachmd board lo each ward, to be ratitled by the convention. r. W. Clawct, Chairman City Republican Committee. RlBoraiau tim KLll, Secretary, t Do not fall to register for the elty election. Tbib elty will appropriately obaerre St. Patrick ! day, beginning early In the morning. TBI frtenda of Spain In Uexloo, It la aald, will present that country with a battle elilp. All the towue In tula county are mak ing eolld growth. There lan't a :-ant houae In Gallup or Bland, and rery few In this city. Enoland has requeated a bid from a Ubwonri packing establishment tor fur nishing 750,KJO pounds of canned meats for the Brltlah army in India. Ir this country doesn't have a war with Spain, the Immense quautlty of powder being manufactured can be need tn big Fourth of July celebrations. It Is estimated that there are now 80, 000 Protestant communicant In China, which gives an average of one Christian for every 6,000 nnevangelliad Chinese, Thi United States paid Spain 15,000, 000 for Florida In 1821, and It Is the gen eral opinion even at this late day, that Uncle Sam paid a big prioe for a lot of awamp land. Holbrook. a flrst-claas town on the Bapta Fe Pacific will have a new court bouse. George L. Oroavenor, a Phoenix architect, has been awarded the contract for a 115,000 building. This city aaa given up good money to multitudinous fakes, and probably al ways will, but there Is no neceeelty for the town being held up by all the Omaha take that will appear this year. Thk troops at Fort ftlley, Kansas, are packing up and getting ready to leave for the Atlantic coast In eaae of war with Spain, all the troops In this territory will probably be trauaferred to the Gulf ooaat. Tut New Mexico troops want to plant the stars and stripe on the topmost pin nacles of the Alhaiubra, and nothing leas than a "balle" In the halls of that eele brated building will cool their martial ardor. L - ... TrTEBl U a movement on toot to erect a statue to France K. Wlllard In Wash ington. There Is no monument to any woman tn that city, and the temperance women of th country will be aaked to subscribe. Tax Urgent bell In Fraooa has been hung In the belfry of the Church of the Sacred Heart in Paris. It weighs twenty five tons, can be heard at a distance of twenty-five miles, and Its vibration last alx minute. On the theory that a man who has troubles of his own should not take any great pains to appropriate the troubles of some other people, Kaiser VYIlhelm doe wisely in denying that be ever said be would back up Spain. Tux foreign commerce of Spain, which wou'd become the prey of the swift un aruored cruising destroyers of the United States navy in the event of war, amount el In 18t)7 to tUl.CM.420 of Import and to 1179,112,657 of export. L - Statihticm issued by the New Orleans board of trade show that fifty-two vessels carrying 8,MS,000 buahels of wheat, 1, 177,748 buahels of corn, 171,404 buahel of oat and 04.730 bu-tbels of rye cleared from New Orleans tor foreign port dur Ing February. m'HLlU LlkU (iOMUItKlOH. Representative Newlanda, of Nevada, bas Introduced a bill creating a public land coniiuitMlou to consint of the com m la aiouer of the general laud ollice, the dl rector of the geological survey aud three other peraou whoee appointment are made sutjet't t) continuation by the seu ate. It duties are to construct a eon toured topographic map of public land areas, find the water supply of each basin, regulate the occupation and utllt- tation of public lauds lu general, protect the forests, woodlands, grating lauds and waters. The bill appropriates $100,000 for the work. iaairi,.a Hikkuiuiua ri.iiffra.man K.ul.nd of Nevada l.aa - i. in i.. .,.... m liuruuuroi . u,., ,u ,ue uoU ui ,ep,.- rui.li minimi tue nrcieiatij ui me Interior to m tk surveys (or aeeertalulug th ctt of ftwttni r wtmIm on rrta'n I , ... . - , ... i rurrw unit irnnii in, Niiq atrfrnyriam a; 2.yt,nfio fur pnrroaa. The rlrei I named r th Sioux. Mimourl and VVI Inwxlonr for th tttnrfU of Nhraka, ; North and Sonth Dakota, Montana end Wyoming; th Columbia and fnak for Oregon, Washington and Idaho; th TMatt. Arkan, and Klo (Iranda for Skw M"xlm and Colorado; Caraon, Wal kar and Humboldt for Nevada; and Little Colorado, (Ilia, Salt, Ulo Verde and Por-reo tor California and Arizona. Mil. MO roil I'll tltlTT. A table baa recently been printed allowing that the nmount of money left for charitable or t terolent purpoeoa hy leetntora throiiih f. the I'nlted State during the year IS ' aggregated theennr morn total nf flt.3. soil, or I1.niio.000 in except of almilar bi ijiiesta for the preced ing year. Of the total Id 204,4 0 waa dtMlnatod to be ued for charitable pnr poaea. I.VtVW.onn for nilaalnnvy pnrpoaea, and "i.2'.i2,n(0 for thi apreal of educe tlon. Of the miwlouary contributions more than tl.OOO.ooo went to the Epis copal church, nearly f.VW.POO to theCon-grr-ratlonal, 2l 2,000 to the Baptist, ,ntiO to the Presbyterian, (241,000 to the Koman Cathollo and H7,ooo to the Methodiat church. AT Clayton, In this territory, a Mexi can ebecp herder recently discovered a remarkably well preserved skeleton of orue kind of prehistoric animal. The under jaw and three teeth were on ex hibition thi'M yeaterdny. The teeth W'dtih aliout ten poumU each and the under Jaw roeaatirea about tour feet acroaa the bide. Probably this la the re mains of one of the reformers of Union county. SiiNT0R Koraxku has introduced a hill In the senate providing for the award ing of public lands In the arid land states to Individuals or corporations who mty provide for their reclamation by Ir rigation, not mors than loo.ooo acres to be patented to any one company or per son. Got. CULBKH40N of Texas bas Issued a general quarantine proclamation going Into effect April 1, and applying on all coast points and along the RloUrande. The quarantine is againat yellow fever, smallpox and cholera. 8enob Polo, th- new Spanish minis ter, says his country would make almost any concession rather than go to war with the l ulled States. Ct vTabman, the author of the song. "Sweet Marie," Is In Banta Fe, where he will write a sketch of the old town for an eastern magazine. Pbksiuknt Mi Kin let believes that the danger of hoHtilltlea with Spain Is grow ing lee. BuIciIiU Bald to bo Kpldamle, Dr. La Rue, the famous French author ity on abnormal phenomena, has, after eihaustivs compartaon of facts In France, Belgium, Kngland and the Unit ed States, com to the conclusion that the Inclination to suicide Is a mania, and is epidemic. No learned authority has as yet discovered with exactitude whether malaria Is epidemic or endemic. but It bas been a matter of notoriety for nearly half a century, that the most re liable preventative and curative of the various forms of malaria Is Uostetters HUimach Bitters. Restored patients have not only set the seal of their appro bation upon It lu malarial cases, but commend It for rheumatism, kldnev and liver trouble, nervousness, dyspepsia ana constipation. Bull for PlmafH, In the district court at Santa Fe on Saturday last, suit was filed for 15,000 damages against Solomon Lowltskl and wife, owners of a livery barn, by Leon ardo Romero, who was run over and se verely Injured some weeks ago by one of Lowltakl's street hacks. Suit for divorce waa also filed bv John E Deboo, of San Pedro, a well-known miner, who alleges lu bis petition that his wife has deserted him. The court gave the Colorado State bank Judgment by default against C. Douiln- irnet and others of Sau Juan county for tOuOaud coats. Ttm ftlla. ' Send vonr address to H. K. Bucklen A. Co., Chicago, aud get a free sample box of Dr. KIuk's New Life Pills. A trial will convince yon of their merits. These Jillla are easy in action aud are particu arly effective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. For mularia and liver troubles they have been proved In valuable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub stance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weakeu by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach and bowels greatly Invigorate the system. Regular aire c per box. Sold by J. H. O'ltielly & Co., druggists. hollo. All persons having bills against the city will pleaae present same at the ofllce of the city clerk on or. before Monday, March 1, so that same may be properly listed aud referred to the respective com mittees, in order that aocouuUi may be allowed and checks issued for such in debtedness at end of quarter. All bills must be made out on regular city vouchers and properly certified to. City vouchers may be obtained at th ollice of the city clerk. J. 8. Triubli, City Clerk. Hlajhaat Cash trtea Paid For furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing, truuks, narnees, saddles, shoes, etc Hart's, 117 Gold aveuue, next to Wells Kargo Kxpretf ollloe. See m before you buy or seu. The cycling season la now opening aud I me urBvaiiiuR question 18, rt Here can 1 get ibs best whenl for the money I care to Invest 't" Let us know your price. We are certain to have a wheel that will lit It. We have good wheels only, but have many style at many price. IlahuACo. Mrs. J. D. Robins aud her daughter, Kitlth, ot I -oa Angeles, who have been vlx iting In this city for a few days with K. S. Robins, left lat night for Crestou, lowa, where Mrs. Robins was called by the death ot her mother, Mrs. George C. Yi ebster. We are the orlgiuators of the "Unique Sideboard." Nothing but the finest goods money can pna-ure are kept on tap at Mellul t Kakiu's, wholesale and retail liquor dealers. Mrs. J. J. Keegan, wife of a well known Gallup gentleman, Is st'.ll in the city, the guaet nf Mrs. M. McCue. Mr. Keegan Is expected here from Gallup In a few diiyx. Kx Governor L. B. Prluee came down from Santa Fe last night and attended the reception to D. H. Robinson at the Commercial club. The lateet tad four-leaf clover. We have them In cuff buttons, pins, watch charms and pendant with long chain, etc. liroio tiros. The new poxtiiiaetniaxter of Kl Paao, I em. t aiuiioen, was a uawwiiifer eouiu """ ouuay U.Buh .nu.u.u. uuui in. 'east. , p , ,. ip(I1(llng th. flaf 10 tn) fIty. 1H WUI , eren ing wlta lion. F. A. Reynolds tor Bland, NEW MEXICO TAX COLLECTORS! Reports of the Collectors From Nine Territorial Counties. SHOWINQ FOR TUG MONTH OP FEBRUARY. Th territorial treasnrer has received tli month of Febrnary, as follows: O P C 3 R3" Counties. Socorro lawns mm a Hir,r ni.... ' 'a iish lo HV? 8tt f,7 1UH4 SH 4o 87 811 CS 4Hi S Ml MJI fix I lit 7a O K)1 80 ihmh toe on si n in i .17 so XH7 707 S4 DOT HO ftO A5 1?H II II 4 SI l.ovll Hi imiM 4 04 I iii 3 ft an IHM7 lO'J 0 SU M4 1 17 7 97 IH 85 I Ml IH7IS liwa lia 4A saea 01 14 lit IHWH (14 'i IS 94 01 Mil 7 M7 474 4 . 18H III 1H 84 01 Nt SO 811 1M1 HO IKWIi 8H 111 s 41 80 M lNlin 4H 84 14 SO 18 e Mo I-W7 till 4o 11,0 01 S 41 OA VI f8 HS 87 ISiMl t eo Kl 18 OH 44 H4 IHH7 Hi u IS 6li t0 4 40 10 14 V 61 VH 4 IHlio 4 SI 141 H us Imm 87 47 10 MJ (l 4X ,6 xu7 H.I8 r, 07 X'i 5 8:1 7(1 r0 8S MX RW lxtr ID H.'i S tlx 14 8 Ihi.m 78 18 91 OH 85 Kit 40 li'f 180 an 87 1ii (44 soft 88 n:i two sou H4 ihwi li 4w s et ox in 81 lav i 84 81 at e a h.ij e oa is na vi 14 ea a 8.478 ft4 l.dln I'O M (VI IMU HH 40(1 S7 1 10 t'.ve 6 M!So SI Bernalillo... Valencia. ... Santa F San Miguel . Tans Dona Ana... Sierra Guadalupv . Totala ... Included In this total la 07 llcenae U. The oollertloiia for January were as for territorial iiiHtltutlona, (5,1311 67; cattle Indemnity fund, (44100; capital con tingent sinking fund, (1,300.67; special lax, (3,134.07; sheep sanitary fund, (141 16 Total. (2n.h3U.16. GOAT PASTURE AT LAMY. Work Bat Begun ea Fence Small Herd Parcoatcd by Mr. Ondcrdenk. W illiam W bite, one ot the oldest and most reliable surveyors In the territory, has returned from a surveying trip near Lamy, where he surveyed the outline boundaries ot the Canada de las Alamos aud Imy land grant for C. L. Ouder- douk, who baa leased these two grant for the purpose of a goat pasture aud goat ranch, says the New Mexican. Th wire for the fence to enclose the grants has arrived at Lamy and the fence poet are now being delivered by John Pllueger, the Lamy merchant, who has the con tract for their delivery and for the erec tion of the fence. Work has already commenced. Some small herds of goats have been purchased by Mr, Onderdonk, but large purchase ot these animals will not be made uutll after the kidding sea son thi spring. Mr, White think the land embraced within the grant are well suited tor the raising ot goats and that Mr. Onderdonk will make a success ot his scheme. The Surp'laa of All. Mr. Jamea Jones, of the drug Arm of Jouee & Hon, Cowden, III., In speaking ot Or. King's New Discovery, says that last wluler Ills wife was attacked with La Urtppe, aud her ease grew so serious that phyHiciaus at Cowden and fana could do nothing for her. It seemed to develop into hasty consumption. Having lr. Klug's New litsoovery in store, aud sell lug lots of It, he took a bottle home, aud to the surprise of all she began to get better from the first dose, and a halt doxen dollar bottles cured her sound aud wull. Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs ami Colds is guaran teed to do this g(Nd work. Try It. Free trial bottles at J. 11. U'Rielly X Co'f drug store. INDIAN SCHOOL HOSPITAL. Painful Disease Afflicts Two of the In dian Pupil. On a recent visit to the Indian school, a representative ot this paper waa shown through the hospital by Dr. Mahatley, goverumeut physician there. Among the patients were two Indian boys, one from the Zuiil rexervatlnu aud oua from near Las Crnces, suffering from pemphigus. Tul ClTlKN is Informed that llils in a rare and dangerous form of skin disease, aud it la aurely a good tiling ror human ity that It occurs seldom. It Job was as sorely 111 in ted we feel sorry for hliu and he must have a lively recollection ot It yet. It was thought the tirxt boy would die, but as he Is now convalescent, hopes are entertained of the other. The first one was sick about two mouths and the second one ha now been sick about a mouth. Vthen the re porter saw him he was covered from head to foot with blebs or blisters from the size of a pea to that of an egg, aud thev were In his mouth aud nose, and his month was bleeding. They discharge at first a clear fluid, afterwards a milky looking sub stance or blood. These binders form In successive crops, even on the same spots, canning so much loss to the system that the patient is lu danger ot dying from exhaustion. Fortunately, this disease Is supposed not to be contagions, at least lu this form. It is believed to be caused by a ayphllttle taint, or by debility from any oanxe. 1 be doctor extends a cordial Invitation to the physicians ot the city to call and examine these cases. Itlsorshonld.be the highest aim of every merchant to please bis customers; and that the wide-awake drug firm of Meyers & KHbleman, Sterling, 111., la do ing so, is proven by the following from Mr. Kshleman: "lu my sixteen years ex perience in the drug business, 1 hare never seen or sold or tried a medicine that gave as good satisfaction as Cham ber Iain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold by all druggists. Tha Heat "The best 1 none too good." The In surance Company of North America, with a career ot 106 year ot honorable and successful business, is the peer of any and the superior of must com panies doing buslues in America. The policy of the Philadelphia Underwriters 1 backed np by asset of more than (16,000.000, which is nearly (6,000,000 more than 1 represented by any other policy written in the United States. Hknry Lot xuiHT, Agent, Rooms 4 and 6 Grant Block. Baerjr Wblfhaia at Cbloaajo. narry W hlgham, of Ratou, N. M., land commissioner ot the Maxwell land grant, 1 In Chicago on private business. He reports thing to be prosperous tn New Mexico, but say the good time hi peo ple have been experiencing during the laat year are In no way attributable to the republican administration, but to the large demand for Coal and other pro duct occasioned by the large copper work tn that region. The silver senti ment, be says, while a strong a ever, 1 not so much talked about as It waa. It Is neither gatulug nor losing, simply holding It own. The Maxwell land grant embrace a territory ot l.TlieOOO acre, all bnt U8.000 of which Is located In New Mexloo, The and receipted for the taxes collected for si Totala. UK A follows: Territorial purposes, (17.3U9.36; rest lies in Colorado. The region la rich In coal. The coal mine nf which Mr. Whlgham Is manager produce seventy ear loads of coal a day and ten of coke. A great deal ot Inmber la also being ent there. It la a One grating country, he says, and many fin farms are being sold under agreement to keep them Irrigated. None of the coal mining country is being sold, however, as the coal owners do not feel that they can afford to start compe tition In that field. One of the objects of Mr. Whlgham' visit Is to conclude negotiation for the sale of 200 acres of farming land to one ot Cyrus MoCormack's sous. Chicago Time lierald. HKT or ALL To dense the system In a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the spring time cornea, u the true and perfect remedy. Syrup of Figs, liny the genu ine. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only, and for sale by all druggists, at 60 cents per bottle. HOTEL ARRIVALS. 8TC ROCS' lUROPIal. K. (I.Tunlaon, Los Angeles; J.C.Oran.t San Francisco; John F. Schurch, Denver; J. R. Hudson, F. A. Reynolds, C. D Cooper, United rttatee Army. Santa Fe: C. K. Llew ellyn, Omaha; Charles II Wlllard, Den ver; Ham. . Hmlin. Dallas, Texas; Mrs. J. M VogelHaiid, Mrs Idalla Perkins, H. K. tlelllx, Denver; A. II. Rolte, Union, Mo.; J. 11. Ileuker, Denver; K. Montoya, Ban Antonio, N. M ; 4 . D. Bone, Chloride, N. M. Till HIGHLAND. Emma Jackson. Newton, Kan.; B. Bam nets, Colorado Springs, Colo.; K. L Rob ertson and wife, Window; Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Denver: Cbaa. 0. McNeill, Chi cago. URAND CRNTRAL. R. D. Royd, l as Vegas; L. Bradford Prince, Hanta Fe; W.II. Kennedy, Shelby villa, luil; D, Wagner, San Francisco. TRAVbLED FROM AFAR. A Cattleman Arrive In Phoenix on Horseback from Chma, it, M. K. F. Howes, a pleasaut mannered young man of 35 or SH years, who ha traveled horseback from Chama, N. M., was lu Phoenix Saturday. He leave to day on bis return trip. Chama Is a town of 400 people situated on the Denver A Rio Urando railroad within a few mile of the Southern Colorado line. Mr. Howes left there on Jauuary 20 with a saddle horse and two pack animals. He has been on the road ever since, coming Into Arizona at a point on the Zuul river m ar St. Johns, aud going then to Sprlngervllle aud west through Globe. Although he carried firearms with him. not even the slightest necessity arose for their use, he says, aud although be made camp the greater part ot hi Journey in lonely aud wild places, no wild animal ever annoyed him. Mr. Howe I ot the opinion that one can travel the coantry over without fear ot being molested. Mr. Howe is a cattleman and made his trip with the object of looking the resource of the country over aud the prospect for securing a lot ot yearlings. He says cattle In the northeastern part ot the territory are doing well, but in the npper Salt river and Tonto country grass la very scarce and many cattle are dying. He will return by way ot Presoott and Flagstaff, aud expect to get home on or about Juue 1, 1'hoenlx Oaxette. At the meeting of the directors nf tha Children's Horns and the advlsorv board In the ollice of J. M. Moore yesterday af ternoon, F. W. Claucy was asked to pe tition the elty council of Gallun for as. sistanne tor the Home. It was also de cided to make an appeal to the charitably tucllned ladles of this community, who are disposed to render active atwlstance to the Home, to send In their names to the president, Mrs. L. K. ParahalL 71S south Arno street. Prof. L. Fennaar, who has been visit ing with a sick sixter. Mrs. J. M. Happ, at Port Jervls, New York, for sums time, re turned home last night, and reports Ms sister considerably improved. As soon as she is aide to travel she will acoom panv Mrs. Zlnk, ot Han Manual, and J. 11. Fennaar, ot this city, to New Mexico Awarded Highest Honor World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DiX' CREAM MING A Par Orsp Cream ef Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS TILE STANDARLX HEW BlEXtCO CORPORATIONS. Article of Incorporation of lb Cocbltl Gold analog Compiny. Joseph Coram, Larkln T. Trull, Simon H. Stern, Charles K. Rnahmore, W. Kenton Crisp, Robert Wheelan and Howard 8 (!ans have organlted and Incorporated under the laws of the state of New Jer sey the Cochitl Gold Mining company, and filed a certified copy of the articles of Incorporation In Secretary Vial lace's office. The objects of the Incorporation are: To acquire, own, operate, open and work any mine or mines, mining claims or mining properties, or mine contain Ing mineral substances and exieciaily gold mines located In the tern t iry of New Mexico and elxewhere through out the United States; to erect, construct, operate and maintain any mills, concentrators, smelters and any and all machinery for the op era! Ion of mines, or for ths treat ment of ores; to construct, maintain and operate railroads, tramways, road ways, bridges, canals, aqueducts, dams. sluiceways, and especially to construct, maintain, operate and eqnlp a line of railroad from any point In the Cochin mining district In the territory nf New Mexico to connect with any rallrosd In aid territory, and to thla end to pur chaae, take, leaxe or otherwise acquire land, rolling etock or other property as may t deemed neceexary for tlie above purposes; to owu and acquire water right and supplies, timber lands and timber; to engage In, conduct and carry on an Importing and expor Ing luixtnee and to generally engage In and conduct a wholesale aud retail mercantile busl ness, and to engsge In snch other lawful transactions as i lie business of the com pany may require. Capital stia-k (I f'H and principal nlhVa located in Jcrey City, N. J. The principal place of busi ness In New Mexico Is located at Bland, and I. L. Merrill is named as the resi dent agent. Wilson M. Darlington and Walter L. Darlington, ot Chicago, III.; Fergus 0. Goodman and Charles W. Beeker, of La fayette. Ind.; Henry II. Rlbhle and Ar thur J. Mitchell, ot Albuquerque, N. M , bare Incorporated the Goodman Brake company, and filed articles of Incorpora tion In Secretary Wallace's ofllce. The objects for which the company Is formed are: To manufacture and sell car and ve hicle brake and to manufacture any machinery In connection therewith, and to do sncb other manufacturing as the company may desire to purchase, hold, sell, mortgage and convey such real and personal estate as the pnrpose of the company may require. Capital stork, (joo.ouo; principal place ot business, Al buquerque, N. M. Tha other Incorporation chartered was the Siinnyslde Addition company, of ( lav ton. Union county; Incorporators, J. k Curren, A. B. Curren, K. H. Curren, W. J. Curren; capital etrk (10,000; place of business, Clayton, N. M. Hneklaa's Arnlr Balva. The best salve In the world for cuts, brulHes, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns and all sklu eruptions, and post tlvely cure piles, or no pay. It Is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or monev refunded. Price, 25 cents per liox. For sale by all druggist. J. 0. 0'Blelly ft Co. K. of t. Mineral Lodge No. 4 Knights ot Pythias All ,f uieuioers are requeevea 10 oe present at their Castle Hal on Gold avenue at 7:30o'clock to-night. Visitors welcomed. J. F. Pkarcb, C. C. M. H. 8bi.v, E. of R. & 8. TO CtJataj A COLO IN OHM DAT Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets. All druggist refund the money if it fails to cure. 25c The genuine bas L. B. y. on each tablet. Bernarbe Flore, of Cincinnati, Ohio, where be was connected with a Hpanlnb paper published there passed through the city for Kl Paso yesterday morning. He goee to the Pas city to become the pri vate secretary and confidential clerk ot Fells Martliiei. Dr. Morrison, the snperlntendent of missions of the Methodist church In Art lona and New Mexloo, arrived from the north laat ulght and I the guest of Dr. A. C. Welch. For Impure Blood Th People Take Hood' Sar aaparilla and art Cured oraa en Face, Wrist and Body Completely Healed. "I bars baam suffering with Impure blood lor threa year. Th Impurities broke out on my wrlat, and my face waa full of red marks. I waa not relieved by praserlptlon snd lost all bop of cur antil 1 took Hood's Bar aaparilla. Sine taking a few bottlaa of this medicine my fao la all right and th aorea oa my wrlat aad body are healed." Acous Ti Bala, Btaxkvtll, Colorado. " I was taken with aeaema on my hands and favt, whlah war very badly swollen. Ieonrluded to try Hood's Bareaparlll aad after aaliif threa bottles I began to improve. 1 have taken in all eight bolt lea of Rood'sBaraapariHaand am now entirely wall." Joaaru CorrLow, Canon City, (Jul. Hood's ! parllla la Um bsat-ta fact tha On True Blood Puiinar, 1 Deleft upon HooD'e; take no substitute. Hood's Pills Uk, OMTto )pert. u. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSDItAXCE SOCIETY OF THE VNITED STATES. JANl'AKY 1, 18US. ASSETS $236,876,308 Reserve on all cxuitlng ooli- cle (4 percent' $186,333,133 standard;, and all other Lia bilities. Undivided Sue.1 plus, 4 per cent $50,543,1 75 Standard J 3-1 Outstanding Assur ance $951,165,837 New Assurance Writ ten $156,955,693 Amount Declined $24,491,973 HENRY B. HYDE, PridnU J. ALEXANDER, Vie President. VALTFR N. t ARKHURST, Central Manager New Mexico and ArUona Eepaeltoant, Aluejusraua, N. M. M W5 Capt. Jas. .. Da.TcyJ ur T-'LLUV, uieo. Tl a Or. at f . Iw 0 .active Tell What De. eviea' ff mtd Mara Den foe Himself and vlfs. a v- errre -j-T Vx"i3r v-'? DETECTIVE vrnrW requires constant vlpll.m'-e, atxady nerves, a clear hea t an'l ncilt brain. "A yeareeo," wrltr-e Cnpt. Duffcy, of Cll Orchard Ft , Tole do, Ohio, "I overworked mrn If, was In anch a rpi'lltlnn aleep was ImpowOhl. I was so nervous I could Dot r. 'Us MM- ' . J ' - ' ' ri iim In hen- m ama ? MlleV HV- an I mtf vat aa tan -- - llH-ll CuX" - ropit,. telycxhaurtffd. Roatortra) ' -f it; his uniiiK ur. rT,nndtb bnt tie nwtorrd ist&Wa.iZtj run to health, Mr hnffry tiita nu ru-re-( for pltrhtw n yam with hnrtrt d14w. hud trieil rvery rrmfly wlth-'r nut vnll until h tote It. Mll-V New Hrrt nr3 lf y-iirej i.tv f'(r th put jMrfihn it! iK-t nfpf p fri-a tno trouMi." lr. Btilre !fmt-iifii rj no id f all druff fi.tj nnurr a T-)liivt rit:mte, ftrt bnttl hpopfifv nr monpy if timit d. Hook on !irt ind N-vri ni f rT t nil fanpHmnu. T)'i Vlf.r' vrr T f-o., Klkhart. Ind. A. E. WALKEK, FIRE INSURANCE SemUfj rolutl Bulldlni IuocIiUod. 'Iffle al J. O. RaldHrta-e'a r.nmhee Taed. G'.ESCEHT COAL YARD. GALLUP COAL Best Do mestic Coal in use. Yard opposite Freight Office. A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent. New Telephone No. 164. Old Telephone No ??,.. Leave ordcrsTrimble't stables nn.Giinrj's l or People That Artf PILLS Biok or "Just Oont ooi won." oniv on fori a ooaa. feaia emoiaa. cueaa i m aaoaoaa, Oyaeaaal as4 wnwe,. cen. a no. at nriicffl-ia or he mall aaiviaa ra. audraaa Or BeaanveOa. 1'KlLa. a. Tho Perfumo of Vlotots The purity of the Illy, the eto of tha ma, and the flu,h of llaha combioa la Puasusi's wonilrona I'uwiler. Call at Headquarters for Leather, Iliirness, Sadilles, Paddlary, Haddlerv Hardware, Hit Holes, Hlioe Nails, IUnie.llialiia, Whips, Collars, Hweat Fads, Castor (ill. Axle Urease, Hue on Coach (III, CnUi Negro, Ruddy Harvester OIl.Neatafooton, Ijtrd Oil, Harness Oil, Unseed Oil, Cast lie rioap, Harness Hoan, Carrlaire Nponges, 1 liumols 8k I u, Horse Medicines. Prlow tlxas Xjowaat, Highest Market Price raid for Hide aud Hklns. WOOL COMMISSION. Thos. F. Keleher, 406 Railroad Ava Albuquerque City : Drug : Store Third St. and Railroad Arc. Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Etc.l WBOLK9ALK AND KKTAIL W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor Hocceaaor to Plllahnry Walton, P10INEEU BAKEItY! IBST STaSBT, BALLIMO BKOrj., Paoraiaroas. Wedilino; Cakes a Specialty 1 W Dealr Patrooa(rs, and W Qnarante rirst-Claaa Baking. fal earaph ordera aollclterl and Promptly Flllsd A man stands no chance ot being elected to ths mayorship ot a city nnles be enjoys ths confidence and mleem of his neighbors. George W. Humphreys a the poniilar mayor ot Hwauton, Ohio, and under dale of January 17, 1816, be writes as follows: " I bis Is to certify to our appreciation of Chamberlain's Cough Keruedy. atv family and neighbor hav tested it, aud we kuow It is an excellent remedy for coughs and colds. tieorg W. llumi hrey." Hold by all druggist. LOW PKICr IN OHOCBK1B. Three packages Lyon Coffee for. . . .$ M Kresh Kansas eggs, two dosen 6 Native eggs, per doxen 20 Dunham shredded C(oanut, perlb.. .25 (iimhI baking powder, IS Hie 3d bVhlllliiK'a best baking soda, 3 lbs. . ,2b All the best brands ot lauudry soap 7 rakes , 23 Gold HiiNt washing powder, per pk.. - .'20 Kour cans of best lye 26 Hllver (Hons starch, a packages 85 Cider or wine vinegar, per gal 80 l.ucca olive oil, per gal 2 60 Finest Old Rye or Hniirboo, per qt.. .75 California grape brandy, per qt.... .78 And anything else In the groceries or liquor line at bed rock prices at A. Lombardo'8. tC.ervhody Saya Mo. Cnwireta ( amlv Cathartic, the moat won derful iiit-tlieul iliai'uverv of the h'O, pleas ant and rWiveliiiiir to I hn taale, act gently ami imaillvcly on klilucta. liver hikI Uiwela, I'lcanaiiiir the entire avat''tii, (111 volda, rum hcailitvlie, lecxr, halilliuil conatlpation and hlllniiaunaa. i'lcaao liny and try a box of C. V. U tn-dny; 10, as, Ml cenia. hold aud guarauteud to cure hy all uruKgiala. aaaia ta Lluiltxt Tralna. Train No, 3, westbound, will leave Al buquerque at 12:16 p. lit. on March II, 14, 1H, 21,2oand iM, and Mondays and Fri days thereafter uutll further notice. Train No. 4. east bound, will leave at iM p. m. on March 13, 14 (last Monday train), io, 1J, '23, 'Jil and 'AO, aud Wednes day aud Saturdays thereafter. VY. H. Tkl lx, Agent On th morning of February 20, lbU5, I was sick wlih rliumatlsm, aud lay In bed until May 21, when I got a bottle ot Chauiberlalti Pain Halm. The first ap pllcatlou of It relleted me almost en tirely from the palu aud the second af forded complete relief. In a short time I was aide to be up and about again. A. i. Moreaiix, Luxrne, Mlun. bold by all druggists. Don't forgot the "tireen Front fihna Store," No. 113 Kallroad avenue, William Chaplin; cheapest and beat place to get shoes and reDalrlnff dona on tha ahnrLut notice. Plctar fraiues. Vt hltuey Co. D-fV .'X? Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen mile east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open All tlie Year. Good arcorrodntions at reasonable rate. The following it the analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort: Sodium chloride, grains per gallon I9'7 Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon, 14360 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896 Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188 Total 11.3371 Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning. FARE SI "VITAY. Order slate at O. W, Strong's, corner Second street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. W. V. FUTKELLE, Cor. First aad Gold, riM' l Albnqnfrqne, New Meilco. MatlT ! ,Al . fT.i.ra : BoUdtnf Fspr Alway la Btoob First St. and Lead tSlABLISHtU l7B. L. B. PUTNEY, "01d Reliable" Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & sr..;;-.-, PROVISIONS. -:staple : giioceuies:- Oar Lata a Specialty. Ta a foaad BoatbwiMa. Farm and Freight Wagons I RAH RAID AVFNUF At RllOUFOtlR N. M wm:. ci-iaplin, Laeo 11 iistAittiarrug?aaaaaifaias Good Goods at Low Prices. 113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. THE Th newest and best goods from th leading pottcria of the world, in wholesale or retail. Choice tibU ware, elegant toiUt acta, beautiful vassal a full line of gUsaware, bar goods, lamp cbimntya and burner a, nmrld ware, tinware, brooms and brushes, toys and dolls. 118 SOUTH FIRST STRERT J. 0. GIDEON & CO., Dealer In Hew and Second-Hand Furniture Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of household good. Get others' bids and we will see them 10 per cent better. AU goods sold cheap for cash or on installments lVo. Ill TAJeortlx First St. ALBUQUERQUE, - - - - N. M. 1 - aaaM VI A 1 l ;1 VUVW ir-: r-a aaa -gmn. -T i . WWWW- ELT'SCRKAM BAI.M la a poaltlracnr. Apply lato Um aoatrlla. lilaqnk kljralianrbMi. aO aula at llniirwlau or hy mail ; aamplaa IlK. by mail. fcLt BHOl UKUa, t V, arraa bt, Km York Lliy. Tk Wallaa Haatjtanaait. A good lunch and Brat elaxa meal at the old Wallace 28 cent restaurant at Thornton elation, at all hour ot th da; and night. My houae ha been newlj f urnlahed and thoroughly renovated. Bee It white paint. Hurrah tor Code Sarn. Jim Sino. P. 8. Can fornlah nloe, clean lodgings tor iii rente per night. KilurataToai Bawala With Caararrta. t'aiulf rathartlc, eura oonallpallnn furrtar 10c. aoo. If U 0. 0. tall, (trucaiaia refund moDu' Waa lad. Poaltlon br two eonirwtant atannirra. t)hra. Enoulra or aililraaa fiJii mirth Haooud alreal, eltjr. Don't orerlook aurlng houte-eleaulnv. and if yon need matting, earpt or cur- Ulna, lu fact, any old thing, go to the Big Store and ear money. I -Awe e at fa- I J J, A m av i.-J-- Wholesale and-lMail Pealpr FUHS.TUHK, 1I0USEHOL1) flOODS and IU CYC I ES. xtttmmtz Sold Chrip for Cdiih or on the InatJillrnrnt Finn. Alto rented at reatHinatlc ratrt. tuk, Diart. r-dA LJi tm, Cunt 81UI PllBll. Itf. Ave., Albuquerque. A complete Stock of tho Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' Button and Shoes of All Descriptions. FAIR" THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET All kinds of Fresh and Sa Meats. .-, . .. ., Steam Sausage Factory. 31ASONJC TEMPLE, Til I HI) STItEEl. EMILKLELNWOKT, Prop JAC015K0KBE1UC0 Id an a fact or af of and Daaiae Wagons, Carriages, Buckboards! The But KaaUra-Mad Vahlula. Pine Hoi-se-Sboelnf a Specialty. 6a tia faction Ouarantaad la All Work Repairing, Painting and Trimming Don on abort Notio. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Shop, Corner Copper It. ud Pint St., ALanfloaaQOB, N. w Have rniir nxif iihIhIi uiih unh.n elaatic root nalnt ami vonr I Makv rntif pa. Kirm wiiu aaueavoe evuieui. tydeu hae it. W.