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POWDER Absolutely Furs) THE DAILY CITIZEN HIGHK8 A Mcl RKIUHf, PlBLlBHKRfl Trtoe. HrwHKM felilor W. T. IIcCrkinht. Bum, Mgr. and City K1 rtHI.IMKI DA 1 1, at Nil WtKKIf. AMnrUttM Vtm-i Afternoon Terami. OlllrUI V4T0i iWriftlilloCoutitj. OUlcial Fpr of City of Albuqr,rqnA. Ijirj-wt City nnd County ClrrtiliitloQ Th Larfrtwt New Heileo Circulation lATRfml North Arfiona Circulation ALBIQI KKgCR, MAUCH 17. 1H1H KKI't HLICAM CtTX (ONVKKTIOM, A driVfralf Convention of tht Rfpuh1irant f the i uy of A.ii.jii-rq'ir tll I lieM at drant't UrM lliur n IhumUr evrntnu, Marvh HI, IHHH, Mt 7 -HO, f, tn r.ur, - ul IdM tnvIn nomination caftdhlatri for Ihr van ouatity titVir, n: i hie Mavir. One L !. One Twwiiirrf. ne At'irrman from nub n1. On mrmber u( Uic kuimI board from each War.. Km h of Xht arvpral anl. wilt t rnllttrtl tn a rrprrartiUiion tn aaul corn rnliim iff nttrrn tjfit-frat- rrniiM ran only uwl by bona ti.le rrKtenti ul anl from mini b Ur I eg ate pltt tetl. WarU prlnnHm will hehl In tbe different wanla on 'I uvmliy evromif. AtMixb istf, at 7 O'rl'M h, M follow-.: Wan! l-At the City Hall, and will be Called to ordtt by lon J. Kunain. Ward a -At No. a H.me bonne, and will be called to ordrf by I rminnat llutfhr. Ward -At rtntifiar o It ice 41I Kdw-ftrd TT. BIim. on west (told avenue, and will be called to order by I homaa A. I inical. Ward - At ct Moore Iloee houne, on ninth Third rtrret, aud will be called to order by K. W. Hopkins. It m reeniii merit led that he prlmarfra place In nomination candidates tor aidfrmen and mvml-c r of the aUiiMjl board Id et:u ward to be ratuied by tut convention. F. W. CLAWCY. Chairman City Repnbliran Committee. SiBtiPKlkU (Ht NariLi), t-n-cretarv, Z .. " Pbwpkritt U hltltuK all the hills Id tuU territory. Tbi republican should wake np and get organlted (or the April election. Tbi Hawaiian lnlamle, tn a few week will be a territory of the United State. IT U the general opinion at Washing ton that there will be no war with Spain. TuiflreloH In the United State In February w I.OoO.ooo more than In the name month I ant year. Kix)ndiki tale of woe are numerous bat they d 1 not prevent the rtwh of gold eeker to the land of toe and enow. OrrcuL report show that tbe attend auce at tbe Indian aohoola ba Inereaeed from S.030 In 1887 to 18.676 In 1W7. Tbi editor of the New Mexican pay hlnuelf a neat eomollment when he aaya: "A Jadiclooa liar 1 a man of genlo." Fub the twelfth time In aucceseton the Prince of Wale baa been nominated for the office of grand master of Kngllnh Mark Maeona. L Tbi American people are vociferous for home rule In Cuba, but iternly deny the boon of liberty to the terrltorle of New Mexico aud Arlxona. Tbe democrat are talking about run nlng Tho. N. Wllkerson for mayor. If la elected, he will be the beet looking mayor the city ha ever had. TBI eltjof Santa" Ke pay 3,000 a year for water; and thou conversant with the good old town wonder why so large a sum 1 thus squandered. Tbi Income tax collected in Germany In IW amounted to 135.000,000 of marks, being about H.CHmi.UiK) more than In paid by 2,700,000 persons and 3,000 cor porations. Dona Ana county court convene on March 20th. The docket 1 quite heavy aud Judge Talker and Clerk Mitchell will be bdd there by official dutle tor a month or mora. TBI department of agriculture reports lent year'a crop still In the hands of the farmer as follow: Wheat, 121,000.000 bushel; corn. 783,000,000 bushels; oat, 272,000,000 bushels. MoBl foreign bustuesa ba been trans acted at the port of Galveston during the U mouth beglunlng September 1, 18U7, than was done during the entire eeaton of twelve months of 1H'j6-U7. Speajckb Ukkd ha served in congress luce 1877, period of twenty-one years and In the next cougress will be the, "father of the house." Judge Cnlberson, of Texas, hold tbe title In thla oongrese. Tbi vernal equluox falls on Monday, March 21, when spring commence, and the day and ulght will be of the lame length. At the time tbe sun passes these equinoctial points heavy storms usuailv prevail on aea aud laud. F. C. Baukeu, of LasCruces, has writ ten for the Culled Btutes geological sur vey a complete description of tbe Irriga tion system In the Meellla valley. The article Is published In pamphlet form by the departmeut of the Interior. Fx Guv. 1'niNCE ha favored this ollice with a copy of the first aunual report of the New Mexico horticultural society. The report shows that the society Is In a flourishing condition, and give aseur anee that a successful exhibition will be held next (all at Santa Ke. THK auAsaovK, Shamrock (Gaelic), Is the generic name iu Irish and baeiic for trefoils. White clover eemi to be the popular native Idea of the Sower, and as Ireland's na tional, heraldic emblem it rauks equally iu history with Kuglaud's rose or Scot laud' thistle. It is often eoufouuded with the yellow clover, but tbe spiral form of tbe pods Is a distinguishing fea ture, aud like the wood sorrel, or bird foot trefoil, it is a plant with three leaf' let. Yellow trefoil (trlfolluui minus), la th pluut sold mostly in Dublin on St Patrick' Day. Old women aud flower girl cry out, "buy my shamrocks, boy my shamrock!" aud all little children bav ''Patrick's croW pinned to their sleeves, but common while clover (irl folium repeus), Is otteueet called th Irish shamrock. The oxall share with KCIKTC: rJ;! rr'nioti aid vsrt-;,itrd fltwers. An eirdlng to hgeiid. St. PutoMrk, whl'e teaching the dm'trliie of the t'li.lty to the pairnn 1r1f h. nMd this plniit. with Its three Irave upon on stem, to Itinerate th great mystery, and It wan thireftHr wrn a a latf(, aivl Dnslly adopted an an fnililcm. Tn 1ay ttm mll whit rlorpr lit nnlrrrnally worn In the hat all over Ireland nn Marrh 17. rAHOI MIsfOMAKT. I'rotml.lT Hie bwt known wtilt toron In th Chlnnw mpir 1 lr. Yonn? J. Allen, who hM Jn arrlrcxt In San Krn- elueo. Iir. Allen ' miNelonnry work r. : fort; year He t the eo.-lety for the twn fPKHgeil In iliamjlml for tho pail nn of the oll'icom of IT114I1111 of Christian- It j ami (ri'tmr! I rmwlc gr amnnf thr Chlriit", whii'luliirliiit the pa-tyear pub lihel Bill ilhtrll.iitml of Dr. Allen' wirk alone m:i,o.k) Tjluniea all In the Chineee InriRiisitfl. The luliwlou with which lie In lilentlfled waa extalillithed fifty years ago, and he li now on hie way to attend the eera I anuual celebration of the event, which lo to be held at Balti more In May. I)r. La Rue, the fitinou Krench authr ity 011 abnormal pheuoiuelia, hae. after eihnuntive roinmrtii of fact In France, Helglnm, KiikIiiiiI and the I'nlt el Metws come to the roncliHion that (he Inclination to eulciile ie a mania. tnd le eplilemie. No learned authority ha aa yet llxroverrd with exactitude whether miliaria in epidemic or endemic, but It ha been a matter of notoriety fur nearly half a century, that the moxt re iialile preventative and curative of the variuiM forniK of malaria in linetetter's Stomach Hitter. Keetored patient have not only eel the eeal of their appro bation npon It In malarial raeea, but commend It for rheumatism, kidney and liver trouble, nerVDueueee, dyepepela and constipation. fttnchmaa Fueling Uood. A correspondent, writing to the New Mexican from Gallsteo, says: The sheep and rattle men are jubi lant theae dais. They have been offered twenty cents a pound for their spring clip, and $t a bead for their wethers. which they have refused. You must re member that the yearling wether are thoee which buyers threw out In th fall, when all the sheep men sold their iamti. And yet you will tlud in this place sheep men who will vote aud work against the republican party and against their own interests. A small bunch of old ewes, corn and alfalfa fed, sold for 3 a heed; a bunch of steer calves sold tor fltl.tVI a head and another bunch of calves are being held for higher price. rra ruts. Send your address to H. K. Rucklen & Co.. Chicago, and get a free sample box of Hr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy In action and are particu larly effective in l lie cure 01 constipation aud sick headache. For malaria and liver trouble 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 luvlgorate the system. Regular size 20c per box. Sold by J. 11. O klelly A Co, druggists. Motlo. All persons having bill against the city will please present same at the ofllce of the city clerk on or before Monday, uarcn si, so tnat same may be prouerlr listed and referred to the respective com mit lees, 10 order that accounts may be allowed and checks Issued for such in debted nes at end of quarter. All bills mnet be made out on regnlar City vouchers and properly certified to. City vouchers may be obtained at the office of the city clerk. J. S. THiuni.R, City Clerk. The Boat Advice We enn jdve you when yon have im pure khsju and are afUictecl with scrofula, rhciiumtlsin, neuralgia, ca tnrrh or any Mood disease, is to take Mood's 8arsiiiiii'lllH, tho Ono True lllood Purifier. This medicine cure when all other fail fo do any good. HOC-cr Pilla are the best after- dinner pills, uld digestion 26c. Th ltat. "The best i none too good." The In enrance Company of North America, with a career of lis) year of honorable and successful business, la the peer of any aud the superior of most com wiles doing busluess In America, lie policy of the Phlladeluhla Under writers Is backed up by assets of more than (111,000,000, which is nearly (u.uiamiou more man is represented by any other policy written in the Cnlfd State. HKNHY UM KH4HT, Agent, Rooms 4 and 5 Grant block, It Is or should be the highest aim of every merchant to please his customers; ana mai ine wide-awake drug arm of Meyers & Kihlemau, Sterling, 111., is do ing so. Is proveu by the following from ir. rutnieman; "iu my sixteen years ex perlence iu the drug business, 1 have never seen or sold or tried a medicine that gave a food satisfaction as Cham twrlain' Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Keuiedy." Hold by ail druggist. Town Marshal J. W. Green, of Gallon who was here,the past few days on court matters, returned to his duties out weet Tuesday night. The Gallup otlicer la well-known lu this city, aud friends here always make his stay in the metropolis very pleasant. J. 11. Kulins and Dr. Stearns, also of Gallup, are still here. Rev. Adams, the Southern Methodist pre .clier at Magdaleua and who was here attending the district conference of that church, accompanied by Dr. Carradine, the evangelist, left for San Marelul yes terday morning. The doctor commenced a revival meeting at San Uarclal last night The cycling season Is now opening and the prevalliug question Is, VS here can I get the best v. heel for the money I care to invest Y" Let u kuow your price. We are certain to have a wheel that will Ul IL V e have good wheels ouly, but have mtny styles at many price. Habn&Co. Mr. Wm. Ruby aud her daughter, Mis Mill, have taken charge of the Ruby house on south First street, and are now engaged lu putting the premise In a clean condition. They will be ready to open up by Saturday. A popular line of the latest spring at tractions. An unlimited variety lu every department of the store. The determina tion aud ability to make th beet prices. Is why you should do your spring trading at The K'xiiioiuint. ('has. Jones, a member of the Arm of Andersou fc Jones, hland, is here on the sick list. He Is recovering from th grip, and expect to be able to return to Hland lu a few days. We are the originator of the'Tnlque Sideboard." Nothing but the nueet goods money ran procure ar kept on Up at Mellul Si Kakiu's, wholesale aud retail liquor dealers. Sheriff IliilibHll rame In from Gallup last ulght w ith a couple of candidate for grand jurv investigation, who are charged with selling liijuor without a license. II. II. Shenpard. traveling agent of the Chicago A Alum railway, Is at th High land, registering from Denver, II. J. Augstead. an fowa Central rail road man, is at the Highland, arrlvlug from tn north last night. J CH ANDLER HE 15 UTTERLY BAD ! The Los Angeles Times Lets in Some Important Facts. INCORRIQIULC CROOK A telegram wa received at the sher iff's office yesterday afternoon from the chief of police of Lo Angeles stating that he hail ben unable to get requisi tion papers for J. Chandler lira 111 an and that the district attorney refnsed to send for him without them. Kraman was Im mediately reieaned from the county Jail, wbre he had been confined for a few days, awaiting the arrival of an officer from Lo Angeles. Hramari ays he is going to locate In Albuquerque and open up a law office here. liratuan called at Tbi Citizen ofllce this morning and asked to see the Lo AngelM Time. He read a two column aiticle about himself, beaded a follows: "Incorrigible Crook" "J. Chandler Braman a Chronic Forger." "Mortgaged hi Mother's Property Cnder a Forged Deed and Skipped." "A Will Factory in New York." "Arrested In Albuquerque for Lo Angeles Police." "Had a Bogus Notarial Seal Mad to Order, and hi Father Say He Is a Hopeless Case." Kverythlng TBI ClTIZE.f ha published about J. Chandler Braman, alia Ralph Chandler, when be landed in this city aa the advance agent but iu reality the ab sconding manager of the Pye "Night Owl," ha com true, and considerably more than this paper really expected. Iu order to put our reader onto the young gentleman, who states that he in tend to stay here aud practice law, a few extract from the Lo Augelea Time lengthy article are her published: But It I not (or his theatrical sin that, J. Chauiller llraiuau is wanted lu Lo An geles. He has more serious things to an swer (or than mere baru-elormiug. Chief among his alleged crimes Is forgery. J. Chandler iiramau came to Lo An gele some weeks sgo and introduced Himself to S. C. Hutibell, A. U. Judson and Will. D. Gould a the sou of hi father, Joseph D. Braman, attorney at law, couimlseloner of deeds, etc. No. 1 JO Broadway, New York. The elder Braman lean old-time friend of the gentlemen named, and Is a man of high standing, professionally aud otherwise. The sin brought no letters from his father, but his family resemblance was unmistak able, and he was so fair spoken that he was cordially received by his father old friend. Young Braman told Mr. Gould that he wa a lawyer, having been admitted to both the elate and Culled State courts in New York, and that he con i tier to practice hi profession. He asked for desk room iu Mr. Gould's ollice, which was cheerfully granted. Mr. Gould sug gested that he lJ admitted to the bar here at once, but Iiramau replied that he was unacquainted with the California code and Hint he first desired to famil iarize himself with California practice before asking for admission. Young Braman made a bluff at study ing law lu Mr. Gould's ollice for several weeks. Then he opened an office of bis own in the tiallett Si l'irtle block, corner of Third street aud Broadway. Thli ollice wa luxuriously furnished with slulls sold to him oil credit by various furniture companies. The W. C. Furrey company supplied a steam heater for the office, also 011 credit. Having fixed himself cosily, "Lawyer" Braman began to look around for busi ness, or rather for victims. Clieuts did uot fail over one another to get into his office, so the wily Mr. Bramau began to look about for other method of raising me wiuu. It chanced that Braman mother some year ago luveeted lu a piece of Lo Angeles real estate adjoining Kly- stall pink. Chaudler essayed to nego tiate a loau ou this, but iu order to mortgage It it wa necessary tor him to have title to the property lu his own nam. Ills mother had never deeded the property to him, but a little thing like that did not worry J. Chaudler Bramau. He Just went to work aud drew up a deed conveying the proerty to hlm-elt. The signature to this deed hail to be acknowledged by a notary public or similar functionary, but eveu this proposition did uot deter the fertlie miuiled Bramau lu hi purpose. Hup plly for Braman, he had a wife lu the city aud couuty of New York, who was a sure enough notary public. He could uot trust ber to acknowledge a forged deed for him, but her name stood itl m lu good service. In order to gut an approved notarial certllicate to the deed, he simply weut t ) the engravlug estab lishment of Thomas C. Dougherty, No. 2o8 west First street, aud ordered a no tary public's eeal for Mary T. Braman, county and state of New York, woo. he explained, wa hi sister, recently ap pointed a notary public, and he wanted to send the seal to her as a present. He fav the order for the seal February 8. wo day later be called at Mr. Dough erty' shop to see how the work was get ting aloug, and asked permission to lake a proof of the seal, to awe whether it stamped the right name, etc. He had a piece of paper to try it ou, which, un noticed by the workman who let him try the seal, was a blank norartal certificate. The Impression of the seal being thus ob tained, it wa an easy matter for Braman to fill out the certificate and sign his alleged sister' name to It. The bogus deed to his mother's prop erty being thus fixed up, Bramau cast cast atsiut for some one who would loan money on good real estate security. Learning that Krnest G.Taylor of No. 4 12 Bradbury block, bad money to loan, he applied to him. Mr. Taylor is a real es tate broker a well a a monev-lender. The prowrty which Braman pretends to own is easily worm l.rsui, and, the deed appearing to be genuine, Mr. Tayior readily advanced him loOOand took a mortgage on the proiierty. A tew day later Braman organised bis Daru-eloruilng compauy and left th city, but not before converting the furni ture he had bought on credit into rash, lie also sturk a First street Job printing concern for J0 worth of poster adver tising his show. Mr. Tayior. the unlucky mortgagee, and other creditors, did not feel uneasy until Bramau' father telegraphed from New York to a friend In this citr under date of March 1, "Please telegraph where inanuier is ana wiml nas Happened." T his friend ba uot Iced lu the official records at the court house that Chandler had mortgaged his mother's properly for I SK), and telegraphed bis father to that effect. The elder Bramau Immediately telegraphed lu reply: "Chaudler1 moth er dec tare she gave hi in no deed. For gery. Notify parties Interested, Mall certified copies deed and mortgage." The friend thus addressed notified Mr. Taylor aud otbera Interested, aud then tit search for the forger began, but he could not be located. The last heard from hi in he was at Phoeulx, Arlxona. From that place he could not be traced, but be furnished a clew to hi where about himself, by writing to on of his father's friends In this rlty from Albu querque, under date of March 8, for a loan of t'i stating that b would aoon return to Los Angela aud repay the BRAM AN ! AND CHRONIC FORQER. loan. This man did not remit the 25. Having heard that young Braman was crooked and a fugitive, he gave the of ficers the lip where they mlg!it find him. A ATBEH'S OPINION. The New York Journal, of Oct. 20, 31 and 22. 1H'.7, contains an epoee of J. Chandler (Iranian's crooked proclivities In that city, and stated that he actually con ducted a bogus will fartory while there, before his II 1 ar li t to California. Joeeph B. Braman, of New York, In a letter to a friend at Lo Angeles, says In part regarding his scapegrace son: ' It is a rase of a boy who would not obey hi parent In hi youth, and dos not now oitey me laws 01 ins land I her ran be but one result prison and then he will learn lo obey and respect the rights of others and the laws of his coun try. Ills mother and I feel very sad, but cannot help what happens. "1 never had anything to do with riiiindler's going to l,os Angele. and have not bad any correspondence with him since he left here. He overtrled my patience long before be left, and It 1 not likely that wm shall ever meet or corre spond again." The elder Braman says, further, that it Is nut of the question for hliu to reim burse any r( the people his son swindled, as he ran not afford it. To reimburse all who have sullered through the young scamp's sharp practice would take a small fortune. Penalon (iraatwt. Crestlno Labadle, son of the lata Jesns Lahadle, of Santa Fe, ha been granted a pension of ts per month, (or the amount due his father, and t'i per month addi tional to himself during hU minority. B. M. Read, Kq., of that city, mad applica tion (or this pension in August, 18U0. BKST OF ALL To dense the system In a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the spring time conies, use the trne and perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. Buy the genu ine. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only, and for sale by all druggists, at CO cents per bottle. VOTING CONTEST CLOSED. Rrs. Otero, Wife of the Governor, Received tbe Largest Number of Votes. The voting for the most beautiful American woman in New Mexloo, whose picture will enter into the composite iih itograpli to be nsed for th obverse side of Hi Traus Mississippi exposition medalion, was closed Tuesday at noon. Hheu the votes were counted It was found that Mrs. Caroline Kmmett Otero, wife of Gov. Otero, had received the largnst number of vote, 3X; Mrs. Fred. Lewis, of Albuquerque, being second, with 2'.i5. According to the terms of the contest, Mrs. Otero's picture will be sent to New York to be Incorporated In the composite photograph to lie prepared for the artist engaged to fashion the niedullon. The compliment which th voting carries with It Is most worthily bestowed. Mrs Sol. I,u 11 n, win) whs previously selected, will be the representative of the Spanish American beauty of the territory. In connection with what Tbi Citizen published yesterday afternoon, the above Is taken from the New Mexican. Mr.Curran, who Is In theclty from Sauta Fe, wa met till morning and wa told that the ladles' commutes having charge of Mrs. Lewis' contest felt a little bnrt over the defeat of their favorite, and In timated that he did not properly carry out their Instructions. He stated that everything was ou the square; that he deposited the io check for vote and was promptly seen, and again, stated Mr. Cnrran, the opposite side was present with at least tftoo, and he knew that Mrs. Lewi could not win. HOTEL ARRIVALS. TBI BKiBLANU. J. C. Nichols, Wlngate. N. M.; W. II. Thomas, L. U. Lewis, Kmporia, Kan.; F. T. Woodward, Trinidad, Colo.; H. J. Augstead, Iowa; 11. II. hheppard, Denver, Colo.; W. C. Sanders, Hell Can von; Mr. K. L. Andrews and daughter, city. BTCBtiKS' irHOPKAN. W. C. Thorns, Denver; R W. Hawley. New York; D. Baird, St. Louis; P. H. Bas set t, Denver; Adam Hock, San Francisco; 0. M. Taylor. Plimpton, Ohio; G. A. How erton, Kansas City; W. G. Waluwrlght, San Francisco; F. G. White, Denver; W. A. Glveus, Las Vegas; Walter G. Marmon, Laguua; Dr. C. M. Sawtelle, Washington, D. C; M. P. Sawtelle, Cabexon; J. R. Howes. Duluth; K.J. Murphy, Chicago; W. L Klgln, Fort Worth; C. D. Helwig. Illinois; F. G White. New Mexico; Mrs. .lame Hoeser, Brooklyn. Iowa; A. M. Hardin aud wife, I lead wood, S. D.; Dr. Greenburg, London, Kuglaud. G. K. Hopkins, the railroad contractor, will leave this week for the southern Dart of the territory to commence work on the new branch line of the Santa Fe. which will take the place of the old Whitewater branch. The new line will be built on an entire new survey, and Is expected to oe rree rroru expensive washouts, which caused the abaudnument of the old line. W. T. Glvens, of Las Vegas, grand mas ter of New Mexico Odd Fellows, arrived in the city last night, and will be the guest of Hie local lodges at the regular meeting of Harmonv lodire No. 17 to night. Preparations have beeu made to entertain all members of the order In a splendid manner, aud a large attend anee Is looked for. Col. Walter G. Marmon, of Laguna, came In from the north last night and registered at Sturges' Kuropean. The colonel accompanied tits daughter. Ml hliia Marmon, of this rlty, and Mis Belle Marmon, of Santa Fe, to the nor mal school of Haskell college, at Law rence, Kan. Awarded Highest Honors World'a Fair, Oold Medal. Midwinter Fair. DR; CREAM A Part 0rsp Cream ol Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. I LEAVE THB AHn I HEW REXtCO, Protttt AgAlnit Atumpl to Drprtve T;rr1- tory of Tror-ntet of War. Cecil A. Dean, rnstodlan of tbe state war relic department, yesterday received a letter from Congressman bliafroth. In Washington, which stated that he would Introduce a bill In congress providing fi r the gift of four braw cannon beloiiglng to the government, to Colorado. I lis four brase guns tn question were buried at Albuquerque In IWi by General Slo ley, the enttlerat ollli-er. It is propped liy the board of rapltol managers to mount the big guns at the corners of the Capitol grounds. They will b highly prized by the G. A. R. of the state tor the reason that It wa the Colorado cavalry volunter who de stroyed their usefulness to the confeder ate M. W. Bailey has presented the depart ment with the autograph of John S. Vlostiy. W. 8. Haewell irav the Super A Spncer carbine which he rarried In the civil war. lis was a member of th Fourth Wisconsin cavalry, company F. A belt breastplate of the confederate army, bearing the letters "C. S. A." hs been presented by Samuel Misire, of 447 sooth Twelfth street. It wa picked up on Chlrkamagua. A glasscass fifteen feet high hat been placed In the war relic room to contain the banner of the Woman's Relief corps fhe rase stands In the renter of the room and in such a position that the handsome banner may lie seen on both sides. The banner Is said to he vaiuedat nearly t'rKl Denver Republican. In regard to the c union here mention ed, says the New Mexican, a member of the Santa Fe Grand Array post, say: 'Why ba Colorado any more rUtit to take these guns away from New Mexico than California, and why should tli-y not remain lu New Mexico where thev were buried y Both Colorado and California sent good soldiers to New Mexico during the war of the rebellion, and at this late date why should we not tote fair? Mend some to Colorado, eome to California, eune to Arizona, some to Texas, but please leave on or two for the Albunn erque and Sauta Fs Grand Army posts." It 1 dollar to doughnuts that the members of the G. K. Warren post, this city, secon ds every word uttered by the Santa Fe veteran, and before Colorado III be allowed to gratify ber gall to take possession of the half a dot can non unearthed in th old town some year ago there will be a war along the muddy banks of the Rio Grande, and Ad miral Davy De nham and Commodore Lev- erett Clarke will be called opon to get Into readiness their warship and tor pedo boat. Th SurprtM ot All. Mr. James Jones, of the drng firm of Jones & Sou, Cowden, III., In speaking ot Dr. Klug's New Discovery, eays that last winter hi wife was attacked with La Grlpiw, and her case grew so serious that physicians at Cowdeu and Pan a could do nothing for her. It seemed to develop into hasty consumption. Having Dr. King's New Discovery In store, and sell ing lot ot it, he took a bottle home, and to the surprise of all she began to get belter from the first dose, aud a half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well. Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Cough and Colds is guaran teed to do this goo I work. Try it. Free trial bottles at J. H. O'Rielly & Co' drug store. War Corr-sp.tuiloul V.irnlarvort. The following article from the Plioe nix Republican will be read with pleas ure by the friend ot A. Vender vort In this city: There wa registered at the Ford hotel last bight the name of "A. Vaudervort, war correspondent." Mr. Vaudervort In the course ot three hours had risen to this eminence from the simple position of a wool buyer. It ail came about In this way and shows bow one may acquire fame rapidly if he goes about It right and circumstances favor him. Mr. Vau dervort yesterday received a business cipher dispatch saying that there was something of a financial Hurry iu Boston In consequence of a rumor that another United States warship had been blown up in Havana harbor. Mr. Vaudervort told somebody atsiut it and in a minute It wa all over town A great many PhiNnlclan began painting themselves tor war again. They had been disponed after the first outburst of rage after the Maine affair to condone that Spanish offense, but they drew the line at blow ing up two ships. If something were not done the-te was no telling where this thing would stop. The Associated Press dispatches did not strengthen the Boston rumor and people went to bed last night in a comparatively placid state ot mind. Hockltn'i Arnica Salv. The beet calve In the world (or cuts, bruise, sore, ulcers, salt rheum, (ever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all sklu eruptions, and posi tively cure piles, or no pay. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or monev refunded. Price, 23 cents per box. For sale by all druggists. J. O. O'Blelly A Co. Hallroad lo Kllsabvthtuwn. Springer. N. M., March 17. The firm of Gross, Blackwell A Co. ot this point, Albuquerque and Las Vegas, have con tracted to lay 8O,0uo ties down at this point for the railroad company to be used in the construction of the new railroad from here to Ktizabethtown, and on through the Taos valley. It Is not yet known when construction work will be gin, but It I expected to be completed part way tills summer. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets. All druggist refuud the mouey If It fails to cure. 25c The genuine ha L. B. y. on each tablet. Charles Loddy and James Smith, of the Jemei hot springs, are here on the Block Murray laud dispute hearing, aud will remain several days. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OK THE t'NITKD STATK3. JANl'AKY 1, 1M0H, ASSETS Reserve on all .existing; poli cies (4 per cent Standard), and all other Lia bilities. .$236,876-308 $186,333,133 Undivided Sur-1 plus, 4 per centK Standard J " $50,543,175 Outstanding; Assur ance $951,16537 New Assurance Writ ten $156,955,693 Amount Declined $24,491,973 HENRY B. HYDE, Prwldcnt. J. W. ALEXANDER, Vic ProlcUnt. VALTFR N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and AaUona DscsUTtnsnt, Albuquc uc, N. M. Rcv.W.M.SSdugSstc?. WITST VIRGINIA. B-)nMt )c)vd Prom O , Hstorstiv Nftrvl"S. Wrltst ot l M.I' ? i"rf :r-f!. 1 t sr. Am . - 'r ' 1? j 7M '1,1 DR. MII.F.S' li.-tori.tim Nervln I pirtl'-nlnr'y n lp"-d tn the restora tion of health broken down bv hard mental rK. !;-. W. !. Slnnsliter of New llvi-n. W. Va., i ites: "l ufrTed with trem nervUMieH, dlmlm-M, dull and ner vous headaches sud sleeplessness. My heart eanui to tronblln me, I was short of breath from the l t ornlnn. and suffered much In my left to. Ine and physl- N Mile rSJ,,., V r. tNorvinoji Y Rostorea v Mll.V Krstnratlv f Restore. J Nervine- New Heart 1 ... -.iltur and Norre and rer I'll!, and I am re no words of com mendation a wmiereiitcn toontronf. I slcp well, the (Jlwlnow and con fused feel lnf have flisaprx-ireu, rr.y heart troubles lb BO more and 1 feel prf-i iy W"ll." Dr M:iu' ltrmrdir-4 arc sold by sll drug gists tinder a positive rimnintes, tr holtl benefits or money refunded. bxlc 00 Bean and Nerves -ent fret to all applicants. 1K Mil. F MFIiK'A I. ill. Elkhart, tod. A. E. WALKER, IFIRE INSURANCE Secretary latutl Building luoclttloB. ante at 4. C. ttalrirtria-o'a l.asnlMir Yard. G'tESCEHT GOAL YARD. GALLUP COAL Best Do mestic Coal in use. Yard opposite Freight Office. UCRAWFMD, Agent. New Telephone No. I64 Old Telephone No 25.... ..... Leave orders Trimble's stables n art in 1 n ikii'iit-. or people That Are Siok or " Jiwt Don't PILLS i'eel Well." run v mi a nn.. Rhmm Pimplss, ears NssascK. OytpsiMle aa1 CMllnssss. 24.-1. s bot si .Iruuirl-iior lr B.J BaupiM trs. addraas Or BounanCo. I'hils. fay Annual Subscriptions to Standard Magazines are offered as prizes for saving the wrappers from CUDAHY'S DIAMOND O SOAP Explanation on each wrap per the best laundry soap for sale by all grocers. Tho I'criumo of Violets The purity of the Illy, tho s-lnjr of the rose, and thu Hush of Hub cuuiblne la I'osmusra sronilmiii I'owder. Gall at Headquarters for Leather, Harness, Saddles, Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Cut Soles, Shoe Nulls, Dailies. Chains, V hips, Collars, Sweat Pads, Castor Oil, Axle Grease, Boston Coach Oil, Cuto Negro, Buddy Harvester OIL Neatetoot Oil, Lard Oil, Harness Oil, Unseed Oll.CastileSoip, Harness Soap, Carriage hpougee, Chamois Skin, Uorse .Medicines. Prloo tlio Liowsat. Highest Market Prices Paid for Hides ami Skins. WOOL COMMISSION. Thos. F. Keleher, 406 Railrosd Avtw Albuquerque. City : Drug : Store Third St. and Railroad Ave. Drags, Medicines, Points, Oils, Etc.! WUOLK8ALK AND KKTAIL W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor Siccessorto Plllsbary Walton. P10NEEK UAKEliY! sibst STiaar, BALLINO BROS., Paoraiwroas. VVeiMinic Cakea a Specialty I W Deeirs Patronage, and w QoaranW Pirst-Claa Baking. Fulerniph orders solicited snd Promptly filled A man stands no chance of being elected to the mayorship of a city unless ne enjoys ma conn lence and esteem of his neighbors, (ieorgs W. Humphreys is the popular mayor of Swantou, Ohio, and under date of January 17, 1S1M), he writes as follows: " I bis is to certify to our appreciation of Chamberlain' Cough Kemedy. My family ami neighbors have tested it, aud we know it Is au excellent remedy for coughs and colds. George w . iiumj urey. boui uy all druggist. LOW fKICKS lis UKOCBKIKS. Three package Lyon Coffee for. ... Jt Kreeh Kansas eggs, two dozen 2S native eggs, per dnien 20 Uiinhaiu shredded cocoaniit, per lb. . .25 (nod baking powder, 2 list 'J5 Schilling's Iswt baking soda, 3 lbs. . All the best brands of laundry soap 7 cakes Ool. I liust waxhlng powder, per pk. . Kour cans of bust lye Silver iiloss starch, 3 package t'lder or wine vinegar, per gal Lucca olive oil, per gal Krnest Old Kye or Bourbon, per qt.. California grape brandy, tier at.... .25 .'JO .26 .25 .30 S.bO 75 ,76 And anything else iu the grooerie or minor rue at bed rock prices at A. Lomuardo'. I urr ...!tr ui. So. ('..- -.tr. is t 'aiidv 1'iMliiti-i ir. tlie most won lei 1 A iiiii:mI 11..1U ut ,if inn a-e, p t-aa-a ii. . : 1 -1 1 . t- sliin 1.1 ih,. tio.ii-, art 10-ntly and .intlv. :y lu kiiliM s. er und bowel, I'li'iln.vi. - llui entire MMt'iii, til mm-1 i-olds, i-iiio licit. iiuiiie, u-vrr, liubitiiul i-oiiHtiiatioa and bfiiimant-H. I'lt-ase liny and lev a box Oft', t'. I'. Iniliiv; IU, ''.., Ml. r 11 IS. Soldaud (juarulilix-d to euro by all druggists. Th Wallae ft Laura UI. A good lunch aud Urst class meal at the old Wallace 25 ceut restaurant at Thorntou station, at all hours ot th day aud ulght. Uy house baa been newly furnished and thoroughly renovated. 8e it white palut. Hurrah for I'ncle Sam. Jm Sing. P. 8. Can furnish nice, clean lodgings for 3& rent per night. Whitcomb Springs and Health ffcsort, Eighteen miles east cf Albuquerque, N. M. Open tlie Year. Good accomodntions at reasonable rates. The following is the analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort: rodium chloride, grains per gallon 1927 I alt ium sulphate, grains per gillun I 4360 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896 Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon..,. . 1.3188 Total 1 J.3371 Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning. FARE GXX KACIX WAY. Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. W. V. FUTRELLL Cor. First add Gold, M1 Albaquerqce. New Mexico. Native and Building Paper Always In Stock First St. and Lead fcSIABLISHLU 1878. L. B. PUTNEY, -"01d Reliable" Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & ZZ?:::', PROVISIONS. -.staple : groceries:- Oar Lata a gpoolalty. To a foaad South wtwt. Farm and Freight Wagons I HILROD AVFNUF WM. CHAPLIN, ilsl soAir.ttrTl, I JA completo Stock of tho Ladies' Button and two: -ssvajfBBaasm A-a I lkl MTI Good Goods at Low Prices. 118 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. TI-I1C Tb newest and best goods from the leading potteries of tbe world, in wholesale or retail. Choice table ware, elegant toilet acts, beautiful vasni a full line of glassware, bar good, lamp chimneys and burners, enameled ware, tinware, brooms and brushes, toys And dolk. 118 SOUTH FIRST STREET J. 0. GIDEON & CO., Dealer In New and Second-Hand Furniture Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of household goods. Get others' bida and we will see them 10 per cent better. All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments IVo. 1X1 nrortb. First St. ALBUQUERQUE. THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET All kinds of Fresh and Sa Meats. . .. .. Steam Sausage Factory. 31 AS OX JC TEMPLE, Till HI) 8T11EE1. EMILK LEL WORT, Prop JACOB K0KHKK & CO Manufacturer of and Dealer Wagons, Carriages. Buckboards! Th Beat aUaUra-Mad Vthlcla. Pine Hone-Shoelnt a Specialty. tUtlaftctlon OuaxauUsMl in a.11 Work Repairing, Palutlag and Trunming Dud on rthort Notio. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Shop, Corner Coppar ir. ml Pint St., AucQoiBOoa. N. J Have your roof painted with aephalt elastic roof paint aud your leaky roof re paired with asbestos cement. A. vV. Uayden tut it. Wholesale and l.ptail Healer nmNiTjLTjti lfoljsEHOM) noons and liICYCI.KM. Sold Cheap for Ch ot on th? InrtnUmf-Tit Finn. Also reuted At rvwunaUe ratt-. D,a flutir, Cimut ' , I Ul PltHtl, !tf. Ave., Albuquerque. At RIIOIIFRnttF N. M Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Lace Shoes of All T J? uesc-npuons. FA L W - N. M. y E a loafer supply eur seeds to dealer t ' sell stsla. At the same time, any one who has bought our seeds of their local dealer during either 1806 or 1807 will he sent our Maaual of "Everything for lb Uardea " for IMS rnnp provided they apply by letter I RLL and give th name of the local oercheat from whoa they bourhi. To all others, this m.iKnili cent Maaual, every copy of which costs us JO ceots to place in your hands, will be sent free on receipt of 10 ceats (stamps) to cover postage. Nothing like this Msaual has ever been seen here or abrnaj ) It is a book of 20 pages, contains WO engravings of seeds and plants, mostly new, an J these are supplemented by 0 full size colored plates of the best novelties of the season, finally, OUR "SOUVENIR" SEED COLLECTION will also fx sent without charge to all appli cants sending 10 cts. for the Msaual who will state where they saw this advertisement. P.sl Car Asslkstlsu Will N. Annilsa. Hnu't forgot the "(ireen Front Hhoe Store." No. 113 Railroad avenue, William Chaplin; cheapest aud best plac to set hoe and repairing done oa the shortest notio.