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m FOVDER Absolutely Pur THE DAILY CITIZEN HUUtlKS A McCkKKiHT, Ptbuhhrim Thoh, Hunhh Kdltor W. T. McCnmnRT, Bon. Mgr. and City Kd ri'llLISHBU UAILt mil WKIMLY) AiMcxttKl Press Afternoon Tslftgraoia. Official papsr erf Bernalillo Couuir. OtHoial l'pr of City of Albaqnorqa. Larjwot City and Onnty Circulation Tbs Lawgost Nsw Meiloo Clrmiiation Largsnt North Artsona Ctrenlallon ALBl yLKKql K, APKIL. 12. 18t PliCI at any pries It too eoxtly A laiary. Wi If almnst surs to b dM-lared against Bpaln this wwk. TBI Crippls Crta Tlniss tssud a hand some spsclal KasW paper. IT la hoped that Actual hostilltis with Ppalo will opeo thlt Week. Cong a it will not delay upholding the honor of the I'nltod Stales. If McKlnley opposes war with Spain ha will be a on term president. Tas nation that will not resent Insults to Its flag Is too cowardly to exist.. Spain will be driven from ths western hemlcpbsra before tha closa of ths cen tury. TBI troops of New Mexico will acquit themselves with credit In a war with Spain. An i people no art bravt enough to flgbt tor tnelr liberty are Intelligent nongh to govern themselves. TO LONUW Inart the gallaut Gen. Go mel and his brave liuurgvuU at ths mercy of Spain would be gross coward ice. Havana should be blown out of tbs water, and the ruius of that ernel eitj should bs erected Into a mouuinent for tits victims of tha Malus. Thj Citizkm saou afternoon gives ths news oa ths day that It happens. In case of war, which Dow seems oertsln, this paper will give ths first telegraphic re port of each battle. TBI president'! message Is lacking In one Important essential demanding the Independence of Cuba. This la what Is wanted hy tbs American people, and U Is what eougreas Is expected to grant. 8paim haa outraged humanity, blown up one of our battle ships. Insulted our flag and consuls In tact, has heaped ail manner of Indignities upon this country. and tha demand for war la almost nni Tarsal Tbi cruiser Baltimore la now on Its way from Honolulu to Hongkong to join tha Asiatic squadron under Commodore Dewey, which lutsuds to strike ths Span ish colony la ths Philippine Islands as soon as tha bngls sounds. PtmiDCNT AlclUXLlT is, do doubt, ac tuated by the noblest of sentiments, but hs has not risen to ths occasion In ths Bpanlebouulroverty. The Independence of Cuba la the Important question. In fact, It overtops ths klalus cane, which alone should be sufficient grounds for war. Thi superiority of the afternoon over the uiorulug newiipaper haa been clearly proved since the war exeitemeut began. It has always existed, of course, but It needed some event of overwhelming mag nitude, turns one thing on which public Interest was focused, to bring It plainly before the people. !J I Illinois waa the second state In the production of coal last year, the total product belug 'JL).u"i,7o8 tons, valued at the mines at ll4,t7V'-, or an average ot 72 eeuU a ton. Peunsylvaula stood at the head ot the list, with a product o( &3,M'J,fiU0 tons of bituminous, valued at 37.tr4,4U6, an average cost of 70 cents a ton at the mines. Ovia 600 doctors have applied for ap- poiutmeut as temporary surgeons In the navy tor the war, although for mouths there have been several vacancies In the regular service which are permanent aud carry with them a peuslou. The dlffl eulty Is In passing the examination im poaed by the medical board. It Is so se vere that tew young men can pass It, al though there la always an abundance of candidates. HEW HtkllUI IfcLfcHKATlON. The people of New Mexico are arrang ing for a very Interesting historical cele biation this year, says tha Denver Repub lican. It will mark ths three hundreth anniversary of the permanent settlement ot that territory by ths Spaniards. It was visited as early as 1230 by Cebtia ds Vaca, aud In 161 Corouado's expedition passed considerable time there, but the regular eolouixatlou did not take place till 1&US. Karly In that year Don Juan ds Ouate, under authority of the ktug of Spain, oommeuced his match from New Biscay In Mexico, with a small army and a con siderable number of colonists, for the eouquest aud settlement ot the fumed region to the north, which was believed to be oue ot great riches. They traveled up the Ulo Grande, crossing that river on May 4, at Kl Peso, and arriving at a pueblo lu the present situation ot Socorro on June 1. Karly lu July they reached the beautiful wide valley at the junction of the CUama with the Bio Grande, now known as ths Kspauola valley, and were so charmed with ths country that they concluded to make that their central point. The place selected waeoppoette ths pueblo ot ban Juan, within a stone's throw ot the present station ot Cbamlta onlhaDtover ft Rte Grande railroad. where there waa already small Indian town called Tunque. Here the Srst per mauent aettUnxsnt was begun on July 13, and the place called San UabrleL It U this settlement that Is to be eels hrated thin yenr, on It threa hundredth nnlrerrary, and the eiwlwa will take place on the very epnt eo eel acted hy the Hpanlardeln 15WS. Th Society of New Mexico Pioneem ha appointed a commit tee, conltln( of -Cot. L. B. Prince, Amario Char and J. D. Sena, to make arrangement, In connection with t elm- liar committee to be appoint! hy the Historical Society of New Meileo. The Intention I to have a (rand holiday en tertainment, with historical addreeeoa by leading cltlten of New Meiloo and the surrounding stats, and nnniberof gen tlemen of national reputation. The event commemorated li of far more than local lntrt and Importance, for the settlement wits the oldest In th United States, with the single exception of 8t Augiietlne, and far In ail ranee of the colonisation of any other portion of tha weet. Th.i place, being directly on the Una of the Denver A Rio Grande railroad, l very easy of access, and the occasion will no douht draw many vis itors from Colorado, especially as It enrs at the pleaeant seaaon at Santa Ks and Its vicinity, and presents a favorable opportunity to visit ths beautiful Ktipau ola valley and ths Interesting Pueblo Indian towns of Ban Juan, Baota Clara and San lldefonen. Gin. Lei la in Washington, aud he will be called before congress to give his tee- lluiony about Spanish outrages In Cuba. Thi Spanish people will know more about America after the clues of a dis astrous war with the I'nlted States. Thi president will be forgiven for all his dilatory tactics If be finally says, "Oo In and whip 'em!" Thi battle cry of the American navy In a war with Spain will be: "Kemember the Maine." fallen I rent the . Every once In a while some adventur ous aeronaut makes a balloon aseenelou. gets eulaugled witn a cyclone aud baa au abrupt descent. The building ol aerial vehicles which are luUtniiml to travel through the "blue eoipyrran" com fortably aua dengerlene has loi.g been (be dream not only ot Irrational aud chimerical people, but ot really sci"ntldc minis. Jixpeneuce, however, teaches us ous fact, namely, that It needs uo lofty ntgnts to grasp tne tact mat iuntetter e dtomach bitters will relieve, surely aud .prettily, biliousness, whether cbrouic or temporary. No lees efflcaolons Is this staudard medlciue In canes ot malarial fever, nervousness, dyepepela, rheuma tism aud slot neatlacne or debility. RAILROAD TO CIMARRON, Branch to Be Built from Dover Siding and to Be Encoded Welt. The branch railroad to Cimarron Is now a certainty. The line has been sur veyed and Contract let for ties, etc. It will leave the main Hue at Dover siding, a point about half way between Maxwell City and Springer. When completed In the fall an Independent train will be made up at Raton, running to Cimarron and return. This will make all the mountain and mining country oontrlbu tary to this city. It Is understood that the terminus of the branch will be at a point three miles this elds ot Cimarron, where a town will be platted. The ob Jeot ot this, we understand, la to eon' tinue the line of road on the grouud higher than the present town, so aa to coutlnue on througb the pas to the Mo reno valley. Raton Range. Ore ta StoMp, James A. Abereroiuble, the Anton Chloo merchant and sheep raiser, earns to town mainly for the purpose of having a preparation compounded fur the relief ot bis sheep, which have been dylug from grub or worms In the bead. Us has lost as many as tea a day, some of his young, fat sheep being among them; and as tbey were well supplied with grass and water, he waa at a loss to learn ths real cause, until after careful examina tion he found that the sheep were suffer ing from a grub, deposited In the nose by a fly. The grub hatchea and work Ita way to the brain of the aulmal, causing death. There are no doubt thousands of sheep which die lu the territory every year from this disease, and the owners are not aware of the cause of the trouble. Mr. Abercrombie haa recently con tracted for three large reservoirs to be built In hi section of theoountry, for the purpose ot storing water to supply his sheep during the dry weather. The land tor these water sites ha been pur chased from the government under the aria laud taws. Las Vegas Uptlc Appeal te Uu t-ablla. A few days ago a movemeut was started among ths dry goods stores of this city to close their places ot business at 0 p. m, excepting Saturdays aud pay days, lu order to give their clerks time tor recrea tion durlug the bot summer mouths. The majority of the store were aud still ars willing to do so, but owing to the refusal or one nrm no agreement waa reached. The clerk now appeal to the public to use their persoual influence with the storekeepers to close their stores and thus aiwlst them to a, lain the end de sired. With public opinion and arm patby enlisted In our support we feel certain ot ultimate success. Respectfully, Coumittei or Clerks. Atteatloa, MaceabMSI Regular review Albu querque leut, No. 1, h. U. T. M., this evening at 8 o'clock, at the K. H. ball, on Gold avenue. All members are ear nestly requested to at teud. By order ot the commander. R. K. tilNTBT, R. K Are lea la lit Have you a new jeweled belt? If not, why not? Perbape you have not yet seeu ours. Do so at ouoe. Robi.NWALD BaoTuxas. Hon. F. A. Reynolds and J. D. Bone are In from the north, the former return lug from a buslnesa trip to Colorado Springs. Mr. Reynolds will leave to ulght, when be will meet several Kansas City capitalist who recently came Into possession ot the Chuuia gold placer fields, aud, with them, will visit the Coohltl district. Mr. Reynold ba opticus on several Urnl-clana mines In the district. Kd. Yost, of Cleveland, Ohio, and D. B. Young, of Chicago, are two gentlemen who have rooms at the Hotel Ulgbland. Mrs. J. L. Morris, wife of the Thornton general merchant, was here yesterday, returning home last night. Nice lodging rooms, lit cent per night, at No. Ill first street. Mrs. P. Parent!, propiletrese. Peratols, parasols, all style and price at the Big Store. Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co Room moulding. Whitney Co. ; ALONG THE STEEL RAILS. Latest Vtm of Rstlrots: tntercst Qs'h erca from ear Exchanges. WIAT Til BimOTII Alt D0II0. Stock cart have been going south end west quite rapidly. Several more new Dixon engine have arrived at Itaton. W. C. Norman, a railroader from the lively burg of Wlnslow, Is In the city. 11. II. Shepherd, general pawenger agent of the Chicago A Alton, was here last Saturday The special car, "Ksmeralda," of Mr. K. 8. Newhall passed through from Phoe nix toChlreiro. Division Hiiper!nlm!ent Hllibard and Trainmaster Allen were passengers west bound thi morning. W. J. Biddell, general freight and traf fic manager ot the Santa Ke, came In on No. 17, In hU special car. R. B. Burns and ft. B. Cah, two Santa Ke Pacific officials, were at Sturgsa' Kuropean yesterday, returning west last night. A. L. Conrad, the traveling auditor of the Santa Ke railway, I making hi usual rounds. He stops at the Hotel Highland. C. K. Frlnk Is the new clerk to the di vision foreman In the La Vegas shop. Hi wife and little daughter arrived In the city a few days ago from Battle Creek, Mich. The main line In the La Vega yard I being laid with 71 lb.stel rails, which I only ths beginning ot the general re modeling of the whole yard at that place. Tb Santa Fe Pacitlo rellr avl company Is putting in a Y at Kingman. The com pany le also surveying for a round hone and a Harvey eating house at the same point. Trainmaster Ayer, of ths Ban Marclal division, was here for a few hour last night. He returned south hut night; likewise, F. B. Houghton, the general agent, to El Paso. G. B. Dodge, ot the rueoharilcal depart ment, and Dennis Sullivan, of the pas senger department of the Denver & Rio Grande, paused through the other day on their way to Denver. Charles U. Usher, a prominent gentle man connected In ofllolal way with the Sauta Fe railway.came In from the north last night, and is registered at the Hotel Highland from Topeka. B. A. Workmm. the Santa Fe Pacific engineer who looked along the Win chester barrels of several of the Graut'i station train robber receutly, brought in No. 2 from the weat last night The Santa Fe railway la prepared to meet the cattle And orange rush ot through frleght trains, and, lu conse quence, a number ot new employee ha been added to the list of trainmen. President Ripley, of the Santa Fe, doe not Intend to let hie work kill him, aa It haa many of his predecessor who have given all their strength to the herculean task ot trying to make the great system a money maker. The Las Vegas freight depot la being raised, before pnttlng new platforms around It, The purpose le to fill la the surrounding laud and thus get rid ot the water bole which form during the rainy season between the depot and Railroad avenue. T. F. Farnswortb. the Silver City cat tle raiser, who was up north on business. came In Sunday ulght, and stopped over at the Hotel Ulghlaud, continuing couth this morning. Mr. Farnsworth, fur years, was a passenger conductor on the Santa Fe railway. Yardmaeter J. H. Fisher has resigned his position la the Las Vegas yard aud has accepted a position as brakeman ou the couth end. Thou. J. Peter has been appointed In his place. Mr. Peters has been day foreman and night yardmaeter since his arrival at Las Vega. U. G. Adams, who has heretofore been freight clerk at the Santa Fe depot In Phoeulx, baa acoepted the position ot agent at Jerome Junction for both the Santa Fe-Precott and the United Verde railway. G. M. Nave, ot Indianapolis, Ind, bsa taken Mr. Adams' old job. Agent Learned, at La Cruoe, has adopted the followiug rules relative to receiving and delivering freight: All freight wlU be received and delivered from 8:80 a. in. to o p. m. No freight will be received at dinner hours that la, between the hours ot 12 and I o'clock. R. D. Gibbons, division foreman on the Santa Fe, has issued the following notice to engineers: "Please call at the office tor supplies of form 1200, to be used for making delay report. Do not use form 1178, except In case of accident, engine failure or damage to rolling stock or property." A very palutul accident occurred at Las Vegas to Switchman Morgan. While making a coupling he failed to remove bis baud la time, aud was caught be tween the bumpers, mashing his hand and necessitating the amputation of a thumb and probably the flr.it Auger ot hi right hand. J. K. Hurley, division superintendent, has Issued tbs followiug orders to all en gineers at Albuquerque, La Vega and Raton: "We have had two tire recently on account of Gallup ooal put oa A., T. & 8. F- engine. Knglneeri must return to round house and have coal removed from taut If Gallup coal U furnished." Preparations are making to get all the engines out ot the round house In order to place th new turn-table, say the La Vegas Optic, It will require a general tearing up ot the old foundations and track now used by the old turn table and the replacing ot new, necessitating at least four days, working full force, night aud day. W. L. Ramsey, stenographer for Di vision Master Mechanic Taylor, of Raton, came down to Las Vegas to assist In the examination of several firemen for pro motion to engineers. The men will be examined by John Rose, traveling eugt oeer, who expect to promote tour men from among the oldest flremea running between Las egas and Albuquerque. Tb first through train de luxe to be dlapatched direct to Tomsk over the Siberian line, which la a few year will ran to Port Arthur, 1 finished. It 1 composed ot tour splendid ears built at Moscow, aa open saloon dlulng ear, bath room, library, telephone, electric light ing, refrigerators, ventilating apparatus, piano, ebees and means for gymnastic exercises. Nothing like It has ever been on a Russian rnllmad. Chllflrwa't Rom Doaatleae, The fallowing donation were made to the Children's Horn for February and March: Triple Link Mite society, one qnllt; Mrs. (tllliilly, cluthlng and groceries; Mrs. Howe, clothing; Mr. Olmsted, pre serves; Mrs. Louis llfeld, two cakes; Mrs. Mrs. II C. Mason, too pounds of flour and two sacks of potatoes; Mrs. 0. W. Harri son, clothing; the Maccabees, bread and rak; W. A. lliiikin, three gallon c.f plrlh'S; Mr. M. KMley, caiimd fruit and jell ; Mis. Wm. Karr, fifty pound of Bp pies; Mr. Drake, threedrxen orange. To Wmk One Thnnitand Ma. K. . Kan! liner, of the Pecon Valley A Northern Tex is railroad, said, while In the Livestock Cliiiniplon office last Wednesday, that the contract for work on the road would be let the loth of this month and thnt work would begin the 1st of May. He stated that there will be over a thousand men put ft work on the road, and that the Santa Fe would take charge of the Panhandle tap when the road commenced to haul the constrnction material to Am.irlllo, which would be about the last of April. Mr. Faulkner said that he would bs able to take the Aniarlllo people on the cars to celebrate the 4th of July In the beautiful Palo Dnro canyon. Amarillo (Iexa) Cham pion. llonBrholft ('oris. The ancient Greeks believed that the Penates were the gixls who attended to the welfare and pro petlty ot the family. They were Worehipped as household gods la every home. 'I he household god ot to day Is Dr. King's New Discovery. For consumption, coughs, colds and for all affection of throat, client and lungs it 1 Invaluable. It has been tried for a quar ter of a oerilurv and Is guaranteed to cure, or money ref united. No household should he without this good sn?ei. It Is pleasant to lake and a ante and sure rem edy for old and young. Kree trial tottleg at J. II. O'KWIIj ft Lo.'s drugstore. Blaslral and Lllararj Entertainment. A musical and literary entertainment. combined with ningle lantern views, will be given Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. at the Lutheran church. Admission, DUc raouaAM. 1. "Dost Thou Remember?" Eckhardt Violin lo bv luulf Uecker. I. "Kornrr'i KnntHnre".., a. 11. Nasoo Krailinic by Her. T. A. Ucmlrat. . "Drram rrs M.i-utcliaon Mopranoaolo by Miaa hdlth Krnnrr. 4. "freiaL'tiiU'U t'h.mrtme". W eber-mglrtoo Violin aolo by luuuo Dtttamanu. 6. "Hana lireitniann" Krril Ion by Miaa Uerth llaaae. e. "Filth Air" Uancba Violin solo W. W. McUtllan. Betweeu the single numbers the magic lautern view will be shown. HOTEL ARRIVALS. URAND CINTBAL. W. N. Reach, Loa Angeles; A. M Jonea, Hannibal, Mo.; J. 8. Humphreys, Pueblo, Colo. HOTEL HIGHLAND. Wm. Porter, Loe AugehS. R. Mc Laughlin, Hock Valley, Iowa; A. L. Con rad. Trinidad; A. W. Wells. Kl Paso: Chas. M. Fiaber, Topeka; A. H. Hilton, dan Antonio; K. W brig nam, Hartford. Couu.;B. D. Young, Chicago; Kd. Yost, Cleveland, Ohio; H. Si. MacLeod, Toronto; T. F. FaruHWorth, Silver City. BTUUUKd' UHOf,IAN. W. C. Norman, Wlnslow; Pat. A. Power j, Kangaroo; F. M. Uuees, Loe Aa geles; K. Mclutyre, Chicago; W. C, Hunt, Chicago; Allau Clarke, Pueblo; B. A. Workman, H Iiih1ow;T. K. Vaboney, New ton, Kau.; K. T. Smith, St. Louis; Ben. D. Grant, Deuver; Jo. Hunter. Los An geles; K. Ackermau, Denver; J 8. Perry, New lurk. K. n. burns, u. b. Cash, Wil liams, A. L Wilcox, Los Angeles; F. B. Uoughtou, Kl Pso;J.8.McDulelri. Kan sas City; N. Fraiikilu.Sau Fraucl-oo; F. A. rteynoids, Kama he; Mrs. J. L. Morris, I horn ton; J. U. Fraley, New Mexico. Mrs. A. B. Moore haa presented to the the library ot the Second ward school two classlo books, "Vasear Ulrls lu England" and "Vasaar Girls la Russia aud Tur key." The library uow contain 204 volume. The pupils of the sixth and seventh grades have reading elaseee, se lections being read after lessons have been completed. lit addition to this, pu pils are allowed to take books home to read. Great lntoreet Is shown, and the school is to be compllmeated on the spe cial effort that U being made In literary matters. J. 8. Humphreys, ot Pueblo, Colo who is one ot the several Colorado gentlemen Interested In the Mllagros group of mines out lu Uell canyon, came la from the north laet night, aud Is registered at the Grand Central. The resident manager of the eompauy, Capt. W. C. Sanders, drove in from the canyon late yeeterday after noon, for the purport of meeting Mr. Humphreys. These gentlemen are still la douht when the Mllagros mill will start up. The Socorro Advertiser says: Hon. James G. Fitch left this morning for a trip to Lincoln, where he has a number of luiDortaut legal matters to attend to. He will ride his new chalnles Columbia, aud put It to the test. Mis Kthel MacLeod, who has been stopping In the city the paat winter, I enjoying a visit from her brother, R. M. MacLeod, of Toronto, Canada. Tbey have rooms at the Hotel Ulghlaud. A. M. Jones, from llanulbal. Mo., Is among the late arrivals at the Graud Ceutral. The gentleman Is well pleased with Albuquerque, and will remain here Indellnltely. Hon. Sol. Luna la at his sheep ranges near Magdalen. Sooorro county, and has with him a large force of men. Prepar ation are being niade for lambing and shearing. A. II. Hilton, the big general mer chant of San Antonio, on the south, came lu last ulght and ha IU usuie ou the Hotel Highland register. Awarded Highest Honors World'! Fair, Oi)ld Medal, Midwinter Fair. CREAM ?m A Per drips Crura of Tsitsr Powder. 40 YEARS TIE STANDARD. W'Sk J. ARIZONA ARTICLES! r-BKlCOTT. Joels Rngle, a former resident of Pres- cott, died In Pboenli. Mrs. W. W. Roe was accompanied to Presents, from her visit to Louisville, Ky., by her sister, Mies Cordelia (Jalnes, who will remain during the summer. Mrs. D. J. Sullivan came op from Con gress and baa returned. She says that tbs work of rebuilding has already com- ni'uced, and nearly all ot the burned buildings will he replaced br new ones, PHurnia. The newly organised atblette club held a meeting and elected the following board of trustees: For three years, Wal ter Talbott, T.J. Barkley and Dr. Hyde; tor two years. Dr. Cottrell, S. C. Wyn coop, W. K. Waters; for one year, 11. N". Pratt, L. K. Uewlus and W. A. Parish. Steve Bailey and Dick George went to Peoria for the relief ot three men who started from this city to eismlue a min ing property lu the Uarqua Hulas. One of the horses managed to escape, aud a brother of Dr. Mania started acroee the desert In pursuit. He failed to take any water, and after walking thirty-Ore miles be arrived at Peoria In a famb-hed Condi tion. He telegraphed to George's stable to send a man with another team and Messrs. George aud Hulley responded. When they arrived at Peoria, Mr. Martin desired to be conveyed to where he left bla companions, so Mr. Bailey was dumped out and had to walk back to town, a distance of fifteen miles. Governor MoCord received from Secre tary R. A. Alger of the war department a telegram In reply to a request for per mleslon to recruit a regiment of Arlsoua cavalry. The secretary said: "Tour patri otic telegram haa been received and will have due consideration should the service ot your people be needed." Iu the mean time persons desirous of Joiuing the cav alry are eignlng the rolls. It would be possible to raise at least two regiments lu Arlsoua. The board of supervisors speut Satur day counting the cash In the treasurer's office, lhere waa &3.h86.3, of which IJ0.626 was gold. $aO.03 silver and cop per, aud 3J,C00 currency. KINGMAN. From Hit M Insr. The mines ot Sblrttall uiounUlu are showing up big bodies ot ore, and a big mill will soon have to be erected in that locality to handle the output. James Twiggs, who le superintending the construction of the new wagon road from White Hills to Temple Bar, was In Kingman, looking after matters In the district court. The house ot Wallapal Iudlan Big Water eaught Ore durlug the wind storm last Saturday afternoon aud was com pletely destroyed. The lose was light, aa the Indians use their houses ouly In the coldest weather. Holes for the poles for the cw tele phone Hue to Temple Bar have been com pleted as far aa Sacramento valley. This partot the route covers the mountain section. Rapid progress will be made through the valley. Thomas Johnson has sold his chloride mine tor (9,000. A portion ot the pur chase price was paid, the balance lu sixty days. The mine la among ths richest lead producers ot the conuty. K. T. Brlttlngham, who waa accident ally shot at the Oneida mlue last sum mer, returned from California a few days ago. His many friends regret that his leg was so badly shattered by the bullet that It had to be amputated above the kuee. A. J. Laswell has secured a contract from Thomas Kwing to haul thirty five tons of ore daily from the Bedouin mine, Shirttall mountains, to the mill on the river, ell miles distant. The mill will be ready to commence grinding away lu about tea days. The machinery was brought up the river from Needles on flat boats by Mojave Indians. WILLIAMS. From the News. James A. Pitts has resigned as book keeper for M. Salsiuan, aud will take a well-deserved rest. His successor la V. 0. lUrtoo. A. M. Conard, ot this town, has estab lished a branch brewery and Icehouse at Ash Kork. He shipped two carloads of loe there. A petition bae been presented for the establishment ot a postoffioe at Walker, where the DennU Lumber company's mill la located. Jerry Sullivan Is said to have purchased for bis Hack berry range 0,000 California sheep at $1 per head. He la also dealing heavily In Arlsjua cattle, having last week bought 4,000 head near Glendale. Charles Howard sheared 8,000 head of sheep at Ash Pork, and James Walsh S.OUO head. The sheep raisers ars getting ouly eight oeuts a pound for their wool now. This time last year they received nine cents. Hal Brooks, a young man ot versatile capacity aud artlstle endowments, has begun taking the school census. He will receive five cents a head for children over 6 years of age. Under that age they don't cost a cent. ARIZONA AT LAKOB. Mies Laura Crable has received notifi cation ot her appointment aa postmis tress of Tombstone. Joe Blgando, a miner at tbs Kaeser company's mine la Lost Gulcb, had his left wrist dislocated. The Injury was dus to caving ground in ths nil us. W. H. Moffat has been awarded the contract tor the erection of Max Bonne's bolldlog at Globe. The building will be of brick, aOiW feet, aud work on it will begin within a week. When You Get Down With the Grip. Consult your physician and bring; or send your prescription to us where it will be compounded with every care, due dispatch and from H. O'BIEILY&CO. the purest Drug's and Chemicals. uituaaTHTf. Surplus, 550,543,175. The Surplus of a Life Assurance Company is not only the measure of financial strength, but i' Also the fund from which all dividends to policy-holders must be paid. The Equitable has the largest Surplus of Any liie company in the world. THE EQUITABLE LITE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OI'TIIK I sllKli statr.s, "Stmngeft in the World." WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Man a gee, New Mexico and Arizona D:pt., Albuquerque, N. M. ILL PPER Wholesale and Retail, from i; yz to $4 per double roll. PAVEU TANGING AND PAINTING Gcod Work at Reasonable Price s. THE BEE HIVE in West Gold Avenue. THE GREEN FRONT Shoo Store, WM. CHAPLIN, - - PJtOP. 113 West Hailroad Avenue. The beet and cheapftet place In the city tor Ladies' anil Gents' Fine Footwear. Ladies' tins Low Blioee, Muck or ten. mauufaetiirfd by C. P. Ford & Co., the bent manufactory of Ladies' Hhoee In the world. Prices from 2j to MA a pair. Fine line of Ladim' Shoes, black or tan, HOeen's to il.6o a pair. Ladles' hand turned and Uoodyear welt elices. 2 60 a pair. Ladle' fine button and lace shoes, (rom $1.25 to $2.(0 a pulr. Hoys' shoe, from $l.(0 to $1.60 a pair. A hue Hue ot Diniglun rhoes Just re crlvtd; latest styles in black or tan, lace and congress, troiu 25 to $5.00 a pair. All mall orders promptly attended to Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at "'JO Henry street. Alton, HI., sulTrred with solatia rheunmtlm for over eight months. 8 lie doctored for it nearly the whole of this time, using; various remedies recom mended by friends, and was treated by the physicians, but received no relief. She then nwit one and a halt bottles of Chamberlain's Fain Halm, which effected a complete cure. This Is published at her request, as she wants others similar ly afflicted to know what cured her. The 25 and bo cent sty.1 for sale by all drug gists. LOW FHItrS IN UKOCEKieS. Three packages Lyon Coffee for $ .35 Kresh Kansas eggs, two dozen 'lb Native eggs, per doSeii 'jo Dunham shredded coconnnt, per lb.. .2A (rood baking powder, li list 35 Schilling's best baking soda, 3 lbs. . .26 All the best brauds of laundry soup 7 cakes 5 Hold Dust washing powder, per pk.. .'.'0 Kour cans of best lye '25 Sliver tiloss starch. 3 packages S6 Cider or wine vinegar, per gai 90 Lucca olive oil, per gal 2.50 Klnest Old Kye or Bourbon, per qt.. .75 California grape brandy, per qt.... .75 And anything else In the groceries or liquor liue at bed rock prices at A. Lombardo'b. For Over Flflr Teara. An Old and Will-Thud Krmedt. Airs. VYlurilow's 8'iothlng Syrup bsa been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teeth ing, with perfect success. It soothes the ehiid, eofteus the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, aud Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by druggists lu every part ot the world. Twenly-live rents ahottle. Its value is Incalculable, tie sure and ask for Mrs. Wluslow's Soothing Syrup, aud take uo other kind. Call at "The lireen Front" shoe store tor children's and misses' sandals and oxfords, black and tan, latest styles, 6 to K.H5 cents; Hi, to II. UO cents; 11 to 2, $1; laities' oxiords, $1. W. Chsplln, pro prietor. Kdurate Vour It. .-! lliili f tt.rarala. Curdy l':it!nirt!( cur.' constipation f'lrcvflr. lOr.i'.W I(i;.l.C full, drily.. u t'luml muav Wine for Kale. Native wlue, pure aud healthful, at only 50 cents a gallon at C. A. Orands's au6 north Broadway. Don't loliacro Spit aaa amoke tuur I ire leaf. To quit tobacco easily an4 forever, bsniaf natlo. full of life narva ami vlyor, iuks No lo flM. HiewnailAr worucr. iliat magna weak man Strong. All drUKgiata, xw or tl. Curuanu toad Booklet ana aaniine froa. AJdreaa Mterllas Kma.l CO, Cbloaeu or New Ver km VVhitcomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Oxoen A.11 tlie Year. (?ood accomodations at reasonable rates. The following is the analysis cf one of the various springs at the Kesnrt: Sodium ihloride, grains per gallon , 1917 C'nltium sulphate, gra'ns per gtllon 1. 4360 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896 Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188 To'al 1 1.337 1 Water delivered in the city. Conveyame leaves Albuquerque for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning. PAKE GiX E7VOII "VlT-ASr. Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Secoad street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New Merico. H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. "The fletropole" JOHN WICKSTROM, Prop. The Bt and Finest Liquors and Ggars, Imported and Domestic. Served to All Patrons. NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE W. V. FUTRELLE, Cor. First and Gold, raiK" ! Albnqnerqae, New Mexico. Naf.T stn4 onuaing Psi Always In Htoak First St. and Lead ESTABLISHED 1878. L. B. PUTNEY "01d Reliable- Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & PROVISIONS. Oar Lata Spaolaltv. Farm and Freight Wagons I RAILROAD AVENUE. t t : ALBUQUERQUE, N. M WM. CHAPLIN, " at tAIUI irruTTIBaMai.taaKa Good Goods at Low Prices. 118 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. THE The newest and bat food, from tlx kading pottcrbs ol the world, la wbolculc or retail. Choke table wars, elegant toilet acta, beautiful vaiei) a full line of glasiwarc, bar good, lamp chimney, and burner., enameled war, tinware, broom and brushea, toy. and do 11a. 118 SOUTH FIRST STREET J. 0. GIDEON & CO., .DeaJ.r la Hew and Second-Hand Furniture Furniture bought, sold, rented and exchanged. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of ho usehold goods. Get others' bids and we will see them 10 per cent better. All goods sold cheap for cash or on insull-ru-nts 3Vo. X 1 1 TATox-tli 2cirt St. ALBUQUERQUE. - - - N. M. THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET AU kinds of Fresh and Sa Meats. ., .. .. Steam Sausage Factory. MASONIC TEMPLE, THIRD BTREE1. EMIL KLELNWOBT, Prop cijuu ixoomi Whrli'Bn!w anil Mnl IValer FDHXITn IIOUSEHOLl) GOODS un IIICTCl.KS. .'.WWMrW.V Sold Chrup for Cah or 00 11. e Ineulimrnt Plan. Alau rented at reaaonaUe rate. iu Daori, mt SlUI PtlStl.IV. Ave., Albuquerque. srasutt -ibtaple : groceries:- t ke fonad Soatbweat. mm CLlaJ mpleto Stock cf tho Douglas Shoos ; ml Slippers. es' Button and Laco Shoe of All iJtsciiptions. ITA.I R" JACOB KOKBEIU CO M.rufat mtrt of ml Dilr Wagons, Carriages. Buckboardsl T'us Ea.1 fU.Urn Uads Wili'la. Flue Uoi se-Shoelnr a Specialty. tiafhcli.o OuruUil In All Work Kspalrinir, Paintin anj Trimming liiiua ou Whorl Molioa. i t 1 1 1 1 ( Stop, Ccroer Copper At. tod Flnt St., ALsouauia, N. H.