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POWDER Absolutely Pur THE DAILY CITIZEN HUWHK8 A McV'RKlUHT. ITjbij.shihw Thos. HuttHits Keillor W. T. McChrioht, Rim. Mjrr. and City Kd rURLIKHBU OAlLt AUD WftRKLti Associated 1'rsss Afternoon Telegrams. OtHrial riper of HernalilloCouuij. Ollinal Peper of City of Albuqnerqn. Utrgest City and County Circulation Tb Largest New Meiloo Clroulntlno Larsest .North Anion Circulation ALBCQCKKgt'R, APRIL 6. M Tbi eondltloiM hat not changed in th Spanish question. TBI sllmat ou the time that may be required to whip 8 pal a rarlesall the way from ten minutes to three week. Ill I BM An Ohio man baa bean awarded 125 damage (or being run orer by better. What ofllea the heifer wae running (or at the time 1 not la evidence. IT 18 ald Kranoe aud Austria art am. tout to bar the Cuban tipaaisn question referred to them bat the Halted Bute (eel strong enough to settle that ques tion. Thi smallest race of people In the world Inhabit the Andaman Island. They bare an arerags weight of aerenty pounds, and are under tour (eet In height. Thi British army rills ha eighty-two component parts. In the production ol whlob U&S machine are employed, a well a various process which do not requlr machinery. -" , 1 . GBIATtt New Kmk baa almost reached th constitutional limit of debt, which must be considered a fortunate circum stance. In view of the (act that Tammauy la In supreme control of the city govern ment. According to the latest testimony ol Geueral allies, th army of lb I'ulted ttlatea 1 really In excellent eondillou, and la not th weak aud worthless Insti' tutlon which a number of military cx pert hart claimed. If war break out the Hawaiian que tlon will b on of th drat things set tied. The whole country will then tee th nnwudoin of leaving such a coaling point wher a naval enemy could even temporarily eiij It but what a pity h b that It always require a crista to teach lb American people bow to pre pare for on. Tai oldest match manufactory In the world Is In Sweden. Matches wer made there long before th old, rough!) trimmed splinter of wood, tipped with nlpbur, was discarded with th tinder boxes tor which they wer used. In twen ty-nr year the export trad of Bweden In foreign matches increased to 1.000, 000,000 boxes a year. Bihun 1 an ideal city to 11 t In, par tleularly for nervous people. There are rigid law there against noise making, and piano playing la regulated. Before a certain hour in the day and after a cer tain hour In the night the piano must be silent In that musical city. Kven dur ing playing hour a flu Is Imposed for mere banging ou the piano. Track review continue to report that general busluest has been only slightly affected by the war scar. Th fact that merchant and manufacturers ara re ceiving few cancellation of order prove that th present big demand for mer chandise rest on th actual need ot th people, not on what retail merchants think may be needed for th future. Thi budget expense ot th Mexican government, a estimated by Ululster Llinautour, secretary of th treasury, amount to t5S.OttiMiU.45 for th fiscal year im-uu. This I an Increase of l,7U8Wi.Wover th previous year. A large per cent, ot thla Increase waa ne cessitated by the rise In exchange, which Increased th Interest on th gold debt over on million dollars, silver. j i Thi democrats are especially fortunate to-day in being rid ot a number of rene gades wno nave always been a drag npon the party, beveral of them have been purchased by the county ring aud expect to cut quite a figure at the polls to day. K very body kuows them, or will before the day Is over. Democrat. The above 1 a alap at Alfred Oruns feld and a number of other leading dem ocrats, who have announced tbelr with drawal from the democratic party. Thi aupreme court of Maryland has decided that th purchaser of a berth or a action of a sleeping ear has the right to give another person the us thereof If he leave th ear before It reaches the end ot th trip for which th berth was bought. A paseeuger secured a section, rods In It for part of th trip aud then old bis section ticket to another pas senger, n leaving th train. Th see oud passenger was refused th Use ot the section by th conductor ot th ear aud was ejected, whereupon he brought suit with the above results. IMTKHICSIIMO UIKIOKIU 1ATKS. It Is noteworthy that three of the tour great wars In which th L ulled Bute bas engaged were begun In th early tprlug. Tn battle of Lexlogton was fought April 1U. 177S. Congress declared war against Mexico tn May, lblS, thouicb Geueral Taylor had met the Mexlcaus at Palo Alto lu the previous March. Fort Bumter was Hied ou April 18, im. The war of IHl'i began later In the seaxou, Congrees Ukiug action on Juu 18, 1813 Mauy who are familiar with these daU are Inclined to bellev In tplte ot th pa cific new which till th poper that April, 1UM, will mark another dU of historical Intercut in th story of th de velopment of th American republic. Tn month ot April ba been particu larly Interesting In an historical way to th American people, aud there 1 on day In that month, sy a writer in th Boton AdvertUT, whlrti apiwalu to every patriotic American and wMch shnnM ap peal to every frl-nd of llherty through mit Ihe rivilired world. On April 19, 1775. at riatrireak there was fought the battle of Lexlnirtnn. The story of Tin I Revere' ride; of the march of the Brit lh to Lexington and Concord to deetmy the More of the patriots; of th encoun ter at the bridge, between 800 British tronpe an I seventy patriots; of the check of the lit Itish at Concord, and their re treat and disastrous lot. forms the open Ing chapter In history's record of th American revolution. One thing, however. Is certain, the n nth ot April. 14 H, will either wltnes a grin I victory for the diplomacy of th McKlnley aclmlnl-Tatli n. or Spain will he given a lemon wliloh will have a so bering r fleet, too, iu ni other powers that are accustomed to sneer at the Amer ican pe iple. THI MIIIHO" HULtr.T, A frightfully destructive bullet has beeu Invented by Kdwln 8. Field, of Hprlngfleld, Mass. It Is so constructed that th head ot It on striking any hard substance, such a bone. Immediately fUr out, giving th projectile th gen eral ot a mushroom. Th "mushroom Ing" I what make th bullet almost, It not quite, a deadly as the explosive bullet which Is prohibited by agreement among the nations. Mr. Field, In th St. Louis Star, describe bis Invention thus "My projectile resembles th meul covered bullet of th (mailer Caliber, and especially th new .030-caiiber bullet adopted by the United Stale governmeut to be need In the army rifles, Instead ot th heavier .045 bullet formerly used In Ihs hprlngfleld musket "By eutilug notches or groove In the metal cover back from th point or apex to a point forward of th plao of contact wltn th rifling ot th barrel, It allows Ihe lead or Oiling ot the cover to expand or upset when striking a bard lubsuuce and gives all toe effect ot a bullet ot larger caliber, breaking bone and tsar lug flesh." Mr. Field defend his Invention from a human point of view, on lb ground that th mora deadly the machinery of war the greater th likelihood of univer sal peace Thi report that William K. Vanderblll has offered. In tb event of war, to give the United State a 13,000,000 warship, is not Improbable. Ill father gave the governmeut In a time of need a Veseel costing $1,000,000, aud It may be be lieved that the Instincts of th son are 4ull as patriot! a (bos ot tb Ulber. lu lb eveut ot war the rich uieu ol the Lulled SUU may b relied ou to sUud by the country. It would appear that mile short of a uiiracls can prevent a war between the Culled butes aud Spain. That miracle, if it comes, Is likely to be lu the form ol a proposal on the part ot Spain to ao cuowledge tue ludepeudenoe ot Cuba, Th Luke ot Verairua, who call the president of th I'ulted SUle an "luuo raul sutler," Is ths Spanish pauper who accepted an American subscription on the score of hi descent from Christopher Columbus. Thi people coutrol public opinion lu the United States. In Spain the guveru nient olllulal Uk charge ot public uplu ion, aud they are surprised that lb peo ple instead ot th olllcial rule the United State. It la reported that Ureat Britain will no longer resist ths dismemberment and partition of China, but will make the best of th sltuatlou and endeavor to get her share of the spoils. 1 Cotton producers thi year have mar keted 800,000 bale more cotton than were old up to th present time from the greatest crop ever produced prior to that ot last year. Thi democrats bar used a big slush fund to-day. Th fat bas been fried out ot th franchlsed corporation for tb democratic ticket. Thi republicans will neatly Inter the democratic corpse to-day. Monttort will act a nnderUker, Event indication points to a clear re publican victory in this city to day. Tbe Coming Womaa, Who goes to the club while her husband lands ths hshv svull u th d.uui J . " uw B'fvv VIU' fashioned woman who looks alter her home, will both at times gel run down In health. They will be troubled with loss llf SfirMtltM. httMilui'lliu .luhU.... . falntlug or dlxzy spells. The most wou- ucnui inuieuT tor inese women is fclec- tmim UIt... Tl 1. . uuit-in. muunauun ot suuerers rrom lame bark and svtuik klilia.u rl nn call it blessed. It la th mediclue for women, female complaints and uervou trouble of ail kinds are soon relieved by the use of Klectrln HHtxra iwiiui women should keep this remedy ou baud to build up the system. Only bo eeuts per bottle. For sale by J. H. O'Ueiliy & Oo. Attaotloa, Hbwl Kegular review Albu querque lent, No. 1,K. 0. T. M, this evening at 8 o'clock, at the K. f. hall, on (iold avenue. All members are ear nestly requested to at tend. By order ot the commander. U. K. tilNTBI, R. K. WUrN TKAVKLIMO, Whether on pleasure bent or business. lake on every trip a bollle ot Syrup t Figs, as ll acta most pleasautly and ef fectually ou the kldueya, liver, and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and other forms of slikues. For sals In 00- ceut bottle by all leading druggists. Manufactured by the California t ig Sy rup Co. ouiy. U. A, B, The regular monthlv meetlna of Dost will be held April 13, instead ot April 6. J. M. MooBI. F. C. "UvtBlCTT Cut UK, Adjt. Voa't laWn hfil ass kawfci I oar lift Amy, To quit tolrro aud forever. 1st niaf oelie. lull ot I. la. nern and vinor, luka No-'lo-liu.tus wuniler worUi-r. inalmakei aak sua atruiig. AH (truncal, Suo or tl. Curseuarao taed Booklet and saiupls froa, Addreas burling Ueibedj u, ctioaso or Ntw VoiSv ltouMbuld titMMla. For next thirty dsy I will pay highest cash price for household goods of every description. Don't sell until you get my bid. I. A. WuiTTKN, 114 Uold avenue. Ladies' gowns, skirts, chemises and drawers also (or nilese and children cheaper than you can buy the material at Uolden Rule Dry Good company. the latest In shirt waist sets are th nou miy piaia sets ana lbs antique lew. eled set to match Jeweled bell. Hoeeu wald brothers. NEW MEXICO NEWS Pprrlal Cormpondencs. The following are the nominee of th eltlfW eanctH held at the opera house on Friday evening last: For trustee. Chsrle Harding. Charles Brown. John Sharp. V. K lllnch, J. D. O Brrnnan, Oeorge Krsker, Jame Carman, E. F. Kenney; (or treasurer, Then. Maxwell, Kd Hart; for marshal, J. W. Green; for school tru-t e, three year term, W. K. Pratt, J. R. Brown, Hugh Q ilnn, Alex, Bowie, i. D. O'Brennan acted a chair man ot the meeting and W. T. Hender son, secretary. Mrs. A. H. Rupert continu a quite III. A communication from Mrs. I'aul Kel- ley, of Las Vegas, Inform friends that her daughter la improving. Aaron Gray, who has been employed In th Crown Point mine, ba returned to hi bom In Albuquerque. Peter Golina, who suffered an Injured eye at the Otero mine, soma month ago, and ba been visiting his daughter at Lo Angele sluce the accident, returned her and will resume work in th mine. Mln Host Tom lllnch, who received a badly Injured foot some time ago by bar ing a large piece of lo fall on the mem ber. 1 enabled to wear a shoe on th foot again. Mrs. Otto Mann ba returned from a trip to Albuquerque, wher sh was th guest ot tb family of Conductor Mo tto wan. Mrs. J. L Whitehead and family, of Lo Angeles, are expected to arrive her shortly to Join ber husband and (on, Km met, who are employed In th local rail way yards. Tbey will then go to house keeping In Gallup. Thi Rimblib. SANTA FB. From tb New Meilcao. Mrs. B Bellgman ha reached Philadel phia, and will remain In that city for some time on a visit to ber daughter. Th old iton kitchen at Bt Vincent' sanlurlutn, which was partly destroyed by Are In 1W5, Is being torn down. Work men ar engaged on the foundation of a new building. Miss Manon Back, ot La Port, Ind., is expected her soon on a visit to Mis Crawford, at the government Indian school. The young lady la now visiting ber sister, Mrs. Van Trease, In Trinidad. Tb party of land court officials who have Just returned from Mexico, report Clarence K y, h. C. Alley and Ik Van Arsdale, all former well-known resi dents of Santa Fe, as euj.iylng good health aud doing well In the City ot Mexico. Levi A. Hughes Is tn receipt of a tele gram announcing th death of the aged father of K. J. McLean, at Detroit, Mich. The numeroua frtenda her of Mr. Mc Lean extend to him their deepest sym pathy (or his bereavement. The body of U. F. Bwope. who died at Jc m-x several year ago, baa been Uken up, and was brought to this city at the In stigation of Allien lodge No. S, Old Fel low. Th fuueral occurred at Hogle's undertaking establishment, after which th body wa Interred In th I 0. O. F. cemetery. Mr. Swop wa a brother ot Mrs. rev!, aud was a pioneer of the city. In early days ha acted a superin tendent of tbe Barlow & Sandersou stage Hue here. auuv. From the Areas. Married in Kddr. Bandar evening, th 27th ult. Mis Maud Buck, of Kddy, to Henry Alfred Davidson, ot Pecos. Texas. at th residence of the bride' sister. Mrs. Thomas Uiggtn. Rev. Lallano wa the ooiolatlug clergyman. A. B. Robertson, one of tb owner of th Hat ranch, wa In Eddy th first of th week looking after the loading and equipment of the wagon for th spring round-up work. Tb Hat company ha contracted to deliver 7,600 bead of cattle in April, and I now at work gathering them for that purpoe. Dr. C. M. Wright performed an onera- tlon on Natl Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mr. N. Cunningham. Tb little boy I suffering from PotU disease, an affection ot the splua, and the operation was for what la termed In medical circles a cold abscess. Tb operation wa In every way successful. About twelvs ounce of pus waa removed, relief quickly lUllUTClUg. MBW MaklCO AT LARGS. Sydney Prager' Infant ion. at Rnawsll. ba been quit 111 for some time with roue hills, but la now improving. W. U. Lllee, ot Socorro, returned from th south th first ot th week, and re ports that a Mormon told bim that Mus grav wa on ot tb men killed bv th avenging angel. Th case ot th Terrltorv va. David L. Kemp and Wo, Kennon. charmd with th murder of Sheriff Dow, ram to a clue at Roswell last week, th verdict being "not guilty." AL Hunt. Jailed a few week rn. at Altec, engaging In a drunken row near Frultlaud, made a dash for libertv and succeeded In gettiug away from Depnty Buerin rrauk Phelps, who bad him In charge. It Is believed ha has gone to uilorado. L. A. Pelkey. who ha been with ths Burus-Blggs Lumber Co, near Tlerra Amarllla, for tb past two years, cam down to hi ranch near Largo, to look at ter eerUln Improvement on th asms. He expect to be on hit ranch permanent ly aonie lime during tb summer, when operation for axteuslv Improvement win begin. Axtec Index. Mr. Lydia Ann Bowman, wife ot Jo seph Bowman, died last Buuday, March 27, im, after a painful illness of six months, aged 61 year, 7 mouths and 6 daya. Mr. Bowman's maiden name wa Huff, and sh wa born in Platte county, MIssourL Bh waa married to Joseph Bowman March 82, lWfl, forty-two year ago. They cam to th Peoo Valley In ISHSand have resided here since. Ros well Register. J. F. Ulnkl received notice the latter part ot last week of th serious Illness ot hit father at his horn In Missouri, say th Roswell Register. Us cam over from Lower Peuyasoo expecting to leav on Monday' train, but received a tele gram saying that hi father wa much better, and after receiving further ad vice saying b waa still Improving, h returned bom on Wednesday. . CsMIs OMaaau A 11 re. A spark from tbe engine set firs to tock ear at Alameda autlon at 640 ' "i .n.. . 1 TTsTTiiTramwwjairra-tw mm mm U .l.J ir lawunri i miui nj.n ni aumaaiiii miiiiiiisihi ijji. i o'clock this morning. This ear and It lnd of rattla were Consumed by the fl ins. The Are was communicated to anntriercAr a'so. but lh cattle were re nirvel without Injury. The train was east-bnnnd. There was so much hay and straw In the first ear thtt It was envel opd In fl ime almost Immediately fol lowing Its igniting from the spark. Mors toM Mines. Stories of Mg ''Oiids" of gold reach oa, not only rrom ihe Klondike, bul from many parts of the country not hitherto sii'pectert or rielng Veined by the precious metal. A tremendous Impetus to mining Industry and the development nv syndi cate ol capitalists of ns; ural wealth In Uliiu Mil uireciloiis has reeulted. lb exie sure and l acdttniH of frontier nun ere have ever been productive of rheu- lisui. one of the most obstinate and ako uiaiug of complaints. As a means of ameliorating aud preventing this rual adv, Hosteller's Hlomnrh Hitler I un equalled. 1 lie action ol this line medicine is also speedily felt in esses of maiarla. uTspep.lc and kidney and bladder com pUnite, Lumbago and other liitlrmitle incident to advsuclug years are also counteracted by it. HOlbL ARRIVALS. HOTXL HIGHLAND. A. K. Brace, Jr., rt. Paul; Mr. Beery, Kl faso; M. Williams, La Vegas; n. A. Klnuear, Newtou, Kan. BTCRttKS' lUHOI'IlN. W. D. Uhr. Wlnslow: A. L. Wilcox. Los Angeles; Mr. Diieteclilaud, Lo Liiuas; Hliarlo Sandoval. CabeX Hi; J. U. Viuck n, Santa re; K. W Johnstone, Jerome, Arlx ; Oiiucau MacUiillvav, Cbillli. K. A. Matthews, Wlnslow; W. luwusnnd. ttaiita Fe; Juan C. Jaranillllo, Torreon, n. M. A Uood tniltlllan, Francy Tracy Tobln. ot Philadelphia, Peuu., a gentleman who wa a candidate for th governorship ot New Mexico, and later for one of our jiidgshlpe, write the following request to the war department relative to naming on of th new war vessel New Mexico: PUILAUKLPUU, March 24, 1813. Hud. John Davis Lou, Secretary of the Navyi Sir I would most respectfully suggest that In naming Ihe new war vessels tor navy of the United BUtes, yon would nam on of them New Mexico. The territory of New Msxlools entitled to such an bouor, occupying a she doe th most prominent and Important place, a a territory, owing to ber Importance In wealth, alx aud intelligence. New Mexico la larger than the slates of New York, Pennsylvania aud Ohio; her people are law abiding aud progressive, and she is declined soou to Uk ber place lu the sisterhood of stales; aud whn sh will be one ot the brightest jewels In the dia dem of eU'es, which bind and cemeul our unlou. Her people, by their Intelli gence and Industry, have been pushing her to ths fr ut ranks. No man can tell the future ot tbl gem of the west New Mexico. In selecting the name for the great and mighty war vessels, ths defenders ol the nallou, and ot the dear old flag, the star aud stripe, let ou of them, the name, of New Mexloo; and it It ion, and th fl tg of th union Is fl tatlng over that vessel called New Mexico, she will be touud In the thickest ot tbe fight, de fending and malulalnlug th bouor of th United Bute, and th flag of lb union; and tbe record of tb war vessel. New Mexico, will be one of credit, honor and glory. Hoping aud trusting yon may nam on of tb war vewi-ls. New Mexico. Respectfully, FBaNCIS TBACT TOBIK. Beware of cheap " bak ing powders. Alum makes good medicine but bad food. Ask your doctor. . Mat lea. If yon are a republican and believe In tbe policy of protection, then why not uphold your theories by taking out your policy for protection agalust tire In that grand, old, true and tried American in stitution, the Insurance Company of North America, which has protected Americans to the extent ot over (Uo.OllO, Ooo of losses from Are. Or It you desire to be doubly protected, take a policy of the Philadelphia Underwriters, guaran teed by two of America's foremost com panies, backed by over 110,000.000 of good Amerlcau aesets. llKNRI LOCKHART, Rooms aud 6 Grant Block. Bettor Than Wealth Is sound, ringed, robust health. But tlii cannot be had wit bout pur blood. Upon the purity and richness ot the blood depends the healthy condition ot every organ. Hood' Sarsaparllla It the One True UUhhI TurUlcr. It ha power to give proud health. Hood'e Pills i7t Imrmonloutly with llood't Surs&purillu. iSc. We ar now prepared to show what we believe to be the beet assortment of men's haU ever brought to this territory. From a 25 cent cloth hat to a 15 Stetson, and we think we can suit the most fas tidious In that liue and probably save you a Utile money besides. It don't cost anything to see them. Blmon Stern, the Railroad avenue clothier. Call at "Tb Green Front" shoe store for children's and misses' sandal and oxfordH, black and tan, latest styles, 0 to 8. 86 cents; 8J to 11. UO cents; 11,' to 8, fl; ladles' oxfords, tl. W. Chaplin, pro prletor. Hon. Sol. Luua and lion. Pedro Perea, the former from Los Luuas and lb lat ter from Bernalillo, are In the city to day. Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. Dlt; CFIEAM . A Pvr Gripe C rears el Tartar Powder. CO YEARS THE STANDARD. i 1. if. . v? ui r (Klrat Publication April 5. lev.) UKDlNANlB h. SJ. lie It Ordained by the Mayor and Council of th City of Albuu.ueriMe, N. M.: Section 1. That J epti C. Baldrldge, Frank K Bturgen, J. II. Ailirleht. of said city, and William beaiirove alaglll, ot New V oik, their heirs, executors or as lgns,are hereby empowered and granted me rignt to enneiruct. maintain and operate hy eleclrio or omnpressed air potter a line or street railway In, upon aud along all streets, wavs and baesss-es and their Intersections now laid mil and at-cepted by the city authorities of Ainu qui rgue, New Mi-xico Heu. inai ins aiitiiorixiiion con veyed by the precedli.g eecll.ru to the parties therein named shall Coiiitiiute a franchlee for such sir .el railway opra linn throiifhi'iit the clly of Alhuqiierqtie, New Mexico, fur a p-ilodnf Iwi-ntjr ne years from the data of the psseagH or tins ordinance upon the following conditions and lliuitalli.ne: First Ths parties to whom this fran chise Is granted hereby agree to con struct and operate at bait two miles ot the road within eighteen months alter Ihe date of the passage of Ibis ordinance. Second Btfure the franchise men tioned In the lant section shall bee. me vetel or said parties therein mentioned shall be authnrlxed to locale, construct or maintain said street railway ou any or either of the streets ot the city Alhu querqua aforesaid, they shall present a petition to the mayor and city council xlgned by the owners of the land repre senting th northern one halt ot the frontage of each aud every street or pan of street that Is sought to be used for riurh street railway purpose. third And It la luriher provided that the porties meutloned, on accepting the rtithl and nrlvlleires herein urauwd. shall deposit lu one of the banks or In some other equally safe depository lu the city of Albuquerque, ou thousaud dollars (1,(J00), to be a forfeit to the elty it they shall fall to com mence aud eiecule the work of constructing and operating said street railway according to ths terms, condl lions and limitations set forth In this irduiauce;sald sum to be denosited with In sixty days after the acceplauce ot thie ordinance. Fourth It Is further provided that nn til the city shall reach a pupulallon ot fit teen thousand inhabitants, there ehal uot be auy license or charge against salt street railway or operating uiachiuer. thereof other than the general city tax. out when tn population of the city shall reach Urteen tbouetud Inhabitants a II cenr of thirty dollars per auuuin shall bs paid upon each ear ued and operated upon said road; aud when the population ii me city snail reacn tweutv thousand inhabltauia there shall be neld a license of llf ly dollars per annum for each car so used on said road. Fifth The right and privileges here In eouferred to tne parlies uauied by the passage ot this oidiuance shall uol bs in terpreted as exclusive; bul ll Is hereby grreu ny tne mayor and CUT council of Albuquerque, New Mi'xlco, of the first art, by llie persons herein named of Ihe aeooiid part, that from the date udu which lb coustrucllou of thi street railway is commenced, no other lUhls, privileges or frauchis tor a street rail way within tbe city limits shall be grauted by the city authorities until the urn allowed by this ordinance aud slip listed In the preceding tectum, eighteen months, shall have exmred. suhiect. how ever, to the conditions and limitations of section two, aud to have no effect upon rignia now exisuug. bee. x. run auihnrttr for the con struction ot th road-bed, the laying aud maintenance or tne lies, rails, slnirle or double track, switches, poles, and wires ehall be sulject to tbe approval of the mayor ana council, and other usnal fix tures and appliances Inherent In the Con ntructlon aud operation of an electric street railway Is hereby granted to the purues nerein named with the ei ureas condition that all construction shall eon- form to ths grades of tbe streets alreadv. or lu the future to be, established; that Huuauie crossings at all Intersecting points of ths public highways with street railway Hue munt be maintained by the operators ot said railway lu such a manner as to cause no public lucoiivenleuce; and unnn said ooeralors rest the charge and maintenance of the porilou oi the public highway as shall be incluiKd between Us tracks and two feet on each side ot the road track or tracks in such manner as render it at all times safe and proper roadway for vehicles, sud In kind of pavement to conform with that ot tbe streets used. Sec 4. The vall.lltv of this franchla hall depeud npon th strict conforma tion ot th operators to the embodied conditions aud continuous operation of such line as may be constructed by l hem uuuerineierniaoi tills graut exception made for strikes, accident of flood, firs or other force major. Wee. 0. '1 he said line of street rallwav shall not Interfere with the drainage or water atateni of said city, which reserve all rights to lutersect the line at all point where the needs of Its preseut or future water and sewatre evsteui mav re quire It. Ihrousrnout the life of thla franchise Ihe operators hereriy agree to charge a fare tor each paxMengar not exceeding live eeuts, with trauefer on luteraecting line or lines of the said company fur each continuous trip from point lo point wiiniu ins city limit now or hereafter lo be established, the conveyance of pas sengers to be performed In aaate manner and with due regularity and dispatch. nec. 0. Ihe operator of sad street railway shall be liable for all damages to ii is or properly resulting from ths neg ligence ot the operators, their einnloves or faulty construction, equipment or maintenance or in street railway sys tem. Sec 7. Any Interference with the right embodied In this franchise, the obstructlou of the track to delay the pas sage of cars, destruction or Injury of anv part of ths equipment or property of this street railway system shall o iilllule a misdemeanor and be puuiahahle by tine of not less than firs nor more than one hundred dollars, or by Imprisonment for a period of uot less thsu three uur mure than sixty days, or both. Sec. . This ordinance shall take ef fect and be In full force upon It passage. 8, AcRHuaiT, Mayor. John B. Thimdle, City Clerk. Huciklas'a Arnica Salva, The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns aud all skin eruptions, aud posi tively cure piles, or uo pay. It Is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or niouev refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by all druggists. J. 0. 0'Blelly A Co. Are lea la llf Have yon a new Jeweled belt? If not, why not? Perhaps you have uot yet ecu our. Do so at once. HUBKNWAI.D BBOTBEHS. K.lu. al Vour lluwri. Hirarela. in! i,"''' ''"''"'r'"'. ciiuor.tlon forever lw, Lio 1IC. C. C run. SrutrtrUlM rrluud muuap Liberty chiffons, something new, at th uolden bule Dry Good company. Be On Ihe Safe Side... J t. .... , f!f.J i.u iia't yiur prescriptions lilies At our itorc from the purest drug! and chemical and" by a graduate oi pharmacy. If it is not con venient for you to send them to ... ! t A A vs, wt win scna lor ana aeuver tntm to you. I ll mmnn o nn M II K M I T Ai I II iii ' nil.' 1.1 vx uuii rnuoazaTsj. A Government Bond of the par value of $100 ma turing in 1925, and bearing in terest at the rate of 4 percent per annum sells to-day for about $125. Ihe Gold Debentures of the Equitable Lite Assurance So- j ciety (issued at the maturity of the Gotd Debenture policy) bear interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum for twenty years, at the end of which time they mature, and the principal is paid in gold. Full details of this policy can be secured by Application to THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY J' TlIK ! . aTAIM, "Ntroiisett In the World." WALTER N.PARKHURST, General Manager, New Mexico and Arizona Dept.. Albuquerque, N. M. ..ANT OlEKA HOUSE All this week, the monarch of repertoire, EDNA PAIGE anil CHAEIES HARRISON 1 I'S.. Supported hy thHr own superb company in a icpf-riuirr in me laieai niu-ceaalul coin, (lira. Bt-twren ll.r a ta each nlahl Edison's VJtascope, ricM-iiiiiiH nir-aize ainmaien pictu-ea rrt ror cisu and Joine.llc aubiecu, Includlna- A (ri'tiuifin spsninh 5nll FJtrht. Lamia vrkb Monday nioht only. Popular l-rteea.-Scat, on aale at usual place Tlinr.itiiy monilnv al u o'cI.h k. WALL PPFR Wholesale and Retail, from iic to $4 per double roll. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING Good Work at Reasonable Prices. THE BEE HIVE in West Gold Avenue. A. K WALKElfc, FIRE INSURANCE ScreUrj BotosJ Building association. Mm al J. O. nlrtrlrtra-a I.nnbar Yard. CHESCtNl GOAL YARD. GALLUP COAL-Bcst Do mestic Coal in use. Yard opposite rreteni juu A. J, GRAWFOHDr Agent. New Telephone No. J64 Old Telephone No 25 Leave ordertTrimble's stable THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET All kinds of Fresh and Sa Meats. .. , .. .. Steam Sausage Factory. MASONIC TEMPLE, Till HI) STUE1S1. EM I L K LEIXWOUT, Prop JACOB KOliUEK & CO Maonfactrmr of and Ussier Wagons, Carriages, Buckboards! Ths Bast aUshirn-MwIa Yshlulsa. Pine Horse-Shoelnc a Specialty. eatiafkotlon QuaraoUwl In all Work Rspairinfr, Painting and Trimmlnf Uuos on Hhort Notlos. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Stop, Corner Copper Ir, tad First St., axsnwaaosa. N. V tvuai la liluoU livv, C'Uuii bloi.il miiiiia a clean akin. Ko Iwauiy without it. I uacurtla, Cuudy C'atiiar tiu clfdu Jour hlood unj kiin u clean, by alirniirf up Ihe hizy liver anl driving all im-puntR-a fmin H,e body. Ileum today to bani. 1 I'lmplea, IkjiU, Llotrlua, blacLlifada, and t lint mkly bilioua complexion by taking t'aaeareM, bcuuty tor triutm. All gists, Stttiafuctiun guaranteed, 10c,23o,60c. Lamps, aud trimming-. Whitney Co. Ca3t it'' j"' toaK. at ap Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open All the Year. Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The followlnrr is the analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort: UJ: .LI...M. ,, ouuiurn tnioriae, grains per gallon '97 Calcium sulphate, grains per gillon. ....... , 1.4160 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896 2'agnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.518 Total Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuo for the springs every Wednesday Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Corner avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. iamfxjB nooM. 'The fletropole" JOHN WICKSTROM, Prop. The Best and Finest Liquors and Gears, Imported and Domestic, Served to All Patrons. NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE W. V. FUTRELLE, t Cor. First sad Gold, JT O. 3LX3.li:3CCS-3ES, NfttW and "' ' 1 -. ' ; Sun. D on K ;J lJiVk; Bmlrllng' Fatxr a 1 says m Ptoc First St. and Lead ESTABLISHED 1878. L. B. PUTNEY, "01d Reliable" Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & PROVISIONS. Oar Lata m SJpaolaltv. Farm and Freight Wagons 1 RAILROAD AVENUE. s t WjVX. OHA-PLIIsT, Ladies' Button and sTst? . Na. Good Goods at Low Prices. 113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. THE Tbs newest and beat foods from Ihs leading potteries of the world, in wholesale or retail. Choice table ware. tUgmt toilet eta, beautiful vaaca! a full line of Rlusware, bar goods, lamp chimneys and burncra, enameled ware, tinware, brooms and brushes, toys and dolls. 118 SOUTH FIRST 8TREET J. 0. GIDEON & CO., .Dealer In ' New and Second Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest 'cash price paid for all kinds of household goods. Get others' bit's and we will see them to per cent better. AU goods sold cheap for cash or on installments. . , , ', HTo. XXX JUortJa. First ALBUQUERQUE, CAREFU' CROCERYMAt (111 your order with precision and prompt nee. We not only do that, Nt w QU them with th choicest and best quality In tbl line that can be procured. We ar expert Jndg of Teas and Coffees and our canned goods, taMe dn'acles and seirtment of cheese we p-ocnr from the most reliable and best manufacturers. D. WEILLER & GO. Ill COLD AVENUE, and Saturday morning. cijTjn nounxs. WholPHali anil lMail Dealer fuilnituke" HOUSEHOLD (.OOHS and 1JICYCI ES. Sold Cheap for Caah or on the InatallmiMH 1'lan. Alao rented at reasonable rates. Albnqaerqne, New Mexico. Jr ;.W . iUJLiM Lima Rirsinl Uai, Caojot Q'.UI filnll.Itr. Ave., Albuquerque. Carrtss ths Largsst aad Most Kstansles Htoek of -:staplk : quoceiiieb:- Ta bs looad aoathw.at. i Al BtJQUPRO'lF. N. M, A complete Stock of the Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Laco Shoes of All Descriptions. FAIRi - Hand' Furniture - - - - N. M.