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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HUUiLia ft MCCKKlUHl, ITBUSHIKS
Thus. Uuurna Kdiior
W. T. McCbMuHT, Btw. Hp. and City K.l
rtHLIrHHU IsAll.t AMU KkKMLI,
AwclaMd Vtmn Afleruooo Telegrams.
Ottlcial fit ot itorualillol'utiui;.
OUlciai tant of CUJ ot Alt)uinrqtlS.
lATgmi City aud futility circulation
lbs urpni New Mxiipo Circulation
Largnrt ;orUi Arisuna Circulation
ALBl'yl'KKylK, Al'KlL 15. 1HW8
Th CiitHknn ars an i lima for American
ItitvrvmlioQ oil road; toeo-oprratowllh
our military forrm.
At th rwfut f ity eimnlon Kl Paao
rant t.?(M ToUtt, iihuwiug thai the city
baa made eouriidtratile growth tha pant
The avrraga wvigtit ot ttio brain of the
Chlnauian li grrauir loan that of auj
other raca ou the glut oieept the
Thi war ot word tu lbs senate may
laet liotU Spain aeoda a torpedo fleet up
the Potomac and puU a atop to the Jaw
BPalN make m much Ium about losing
Hill lalaud aa though ah had Lot tweu
losing axchlpelagoe and anillueula
leadily for tlie lank hundred years,
Thi rent tor learn oi ouunct labor la
tu alal of tieorgia la $7 per mouth per
capita and toe elate will reallio 1U0,
OOOabovsaU expeuee for lu couvict
labor during ltttM.
IT U observed that . K"Utuciy ban be
come decidedly lukewarm ou tlie quee
Uou of golug to war aluoe It develop
that on ot the tint result ot such actlou
will b an luoreased tax ou whUky.
If an American army Is eut Into Cuba
It will not go In blue cloth, but In light
brown canvas, which la regarded by
General allies a more suitable tor the
Cllmat than the uniform at present
IT 1 said th "Grand Old Man" of Eng
land can no longer read or write. Ills
work la nearly don, and probably no
Knglishman ol th century lu closing bis
career ba carried wltn him th uul ver
sa! respect aud love of VYm. K.(tldstou.
la th grav crista which confront th
government all political feeling should
be forgotlou; tuer should b no demo
crat, no republicans, no. populist, but
all ahould be patriot, and glv every aid
to th government In it dealing with
TBI absorbtlon of th Lake Bhor rail
road by th New Tork Central Illustrate
th wasteful effect of competition. The
total earnings ot th combined system
ar $2VJ0.oou a year, and It Is -.tinited
that the saving effect will be at least
i- - . . . j
Mas, Uauy Klanauan, of Brooklyn, N.
Y, ha aent circular searching for her
brother, Owen Couruy, whom she ha not
seen for thirty-Are years. 8he also wauts
to local Lawrence Ik-Garry, who was
her brother' attorney, and aha offers
1U0 for an account of either man.
la 1806 the last kreat uaval battle In
which Bpaln was engaged took place off
Trafalgar, la this fight th British fleet
of twenty-seveu veseels met th combined
naval force ot Franc and Bpaln, the
former having eighteen ship ot th line
and th latter fifteen. After a protracted
fight th French and two bpanleh ad
miral were captured aud nineteen ships
ot th fleet were taken, sunk or de
stroyed. What little preetlg Bpaln ever
had acquired a a uaval power was sunk
with ber ship at Trafalgar.
wm a MKuaasiitr.
This 1 not an aggressive nation. It
doe not go to war to brlug about terri
torial aggrandisement. It ha no polltl
eal complications with th Old World to
subserve by going to war. But there
come a Mm In th history of countries
when th most pact tie nation, to preserve
It dignity and honor and to command
th respect of th world and th eoufl
dene ot the people, that war boconie a
necessity. That time ha arrived In this
country, and It we hope to command the
respect of foreign nations and retain the
confidence of our citizens, the govern
ment must pnuish Bpaln for ber Insult
to the flag and the murder of American
BtEMOl HtfcS Of Cl U A.
Th natural resource of Cuba ar In
finite, on may ear, In variety. Of her
area ouly tea per cent 1 under cultiva
tion, seven per cent Is not reclaimed, aud
four per cent la under forest. Great
tract of th Island ar practically un
explored. Bh bad In 1&14 a population
of a Utile more than l,&Oo,au. of these
nearly one-third have been Carved to
death durlug th present war. "nba
could support In pleuty a population ol
10,000,00). Her forest are stocked with
tha Quest wood in the world wood, sev
era! specie ot which are a hard a Iron,
turning th edge of the ax and remain
ing imperishable under water. There
ar touud wood Invaluable for the dye
IndUHtry, ebouy, cedar, f untie, laucewood,
mabogauy, roue wood, Jovuma, acaua aud
many others. There are fifty varieties ot
palm. Her fruits ar valuable aud little
cultivated. The cliuuite 1 admirably
ilted for the olive; and the orange, the
lemon, the pineapple and th banana are
COOICl-CiiltKAL LU'l HEFOBT.
U anything were needed to show the
right of this nation to baa It excuse
for Intervention on the very highest
ground ot bomanlty It could b fonnd
In th reports whloh bav been returned
by Consul-Central Le and th other
consular representative In Cuba. Th
nsopls hav every reason to repose eonfl
dittos la 6n. Ls'i account, sod bit
story of the atropine which has been
permitted by HpnnUti mlxriil U In Itself
enough to snne any ntrtllsM people to
anion. He estimate that "probably
lVxx) of the rural popnlstinn of the
proTlnreK of I'lnar del Rio. Havana, Mat
anr. and Santa Clara hare died from
tarratlon or from reeultsnt rauies, and
the deaths of whole families are almost
sininltaneouxl) or within a few days of
each other, and of mothers praying for
their children to be relieved of their utif-
fering by death, are not the levt of th
pitiable scenes which were ever present."
HOW WAR IS IIKClAlltO,
The qtieetion Is being axked many
times a day, "How I . war declared; who
declares it; what l .he process by whloh
a state ol war la an ,ved at and announc
ed?" The couHtittit.oii Is fairly explicit
ou this point, although In the liUtory of
the l ulteil htatr we have been at war
before any formal declaration was made.
In that part ot the constitution, section
6, which enumerates the powers of con
gress. It Is declared that congress may
provide for the common defease and
general welfare of the United Slates,"
and that it may "declare war, graut let
ters of marque and reprisal, and make
rules concerning captures on land aud
water," and thitt 11 may "raise and sup
port armies," and that It may "make
rules for the government of tin land and
uaval forces," aud that It may "provide
for the calling for ill of the militia to ex
ecute the laws ot tne union, suppress In
surrections and repel Invasions," and
that It may "provide fur orgaultlng, arm
ing, aud disciplining the militia, and for
governing such parte ot them as may be
employed In the service of the I'nited
TllK Methodist Kplscopal church hail
net gain lu Wl of but 1,500, less than
1 per cent of the communicant member
ship. On of the official paper of the
church lay the responsibility on the Kp-
worlti league, which, It claims, ha been
given the right of way aud baa diverted
the energies of the church.
The Citi.kn hereby notiQes several
oorreepondeuU that the Fountain mur
der trial will not be tried In this paper.
The courts are trying the alleged mur
derers, and the effort of th democratic
paper to make politic out ot th case I
Ui-llmed and Injurious to the territory.
Tut oltlcial year book of the Church of
England, Just Issued, give the number ot
communicants as l.tM.O&U.
Ku.BT hundred aud five rellgou pa
pers are published In the I'uilei States
Bolnvlhtug to Sknow,
It may be worth something to know
that the very beet medicines lor restoring
ill tired out Uervoue svstem to a health
vigor is K lectio bitters. 'Ibis medicine
Is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone
to the net ye ceuters lu the stomach,
geully stimulates the liver and kidneys,
aud aids these orgaus lu throwing off Im
purities In the blood. Klectrio bitters
improve the appetite, aids dlgestlou aud
Is pronounced by those who have tried It
as the very beet blood purifier and nerve
tonic Try It. Bold for 60 cents or 1 00
per bottle at J. 11. O'Kellly A Co.' drug
Woodmni or tha World.
at l ythiau hall at 8
o'clock. All mem
ber earnestly re-
uueeted to be Dr
sent. Visiting sov-
erelgu cordially I
J. W. Anderson,
U. K. Fuillips, Clerk,
fsllra Iran- Ike skj.
Every once In a while some adventur
ous aeronaut makes a balloon ascension,
gets eutaugled with a cyclone aud has
aa abrupt descent. The bulidiua: of
aerial vehicles which are Intended to
travel through the "blue euiDvreau" com
fortably and daugerles has long been
the dream not ouly ot Irrational aud
chimerical people, but of really scientific
minds. Experience, however, teaches us
one fact, namely, that It needs no lofty
flights to grasp the tact that Hoatetter'e
dlouiarh bitters will relieve, surely and
speedily, biliousness, whether chronic
or temporary. No less elneactons Is this
standard medicine lu cases of malarial
fever, nervousness, dyspt-tiels, rheuiua'
Hum and sick headache or debility.
Wait 4 Waltt Walll
I have lust received word that my or
der tor 1,0110 ladles' low-cut shists. or
dered last winter for the spring trade,
cauuot be countermanded as many ot the
shoe have already been made. I will
offer some rare bargains In this Hue of
shoes as soon as they arrive, which will
be within ten days or two weeks. The
etock win contain all site aud it will
pay intending purchasers to wait nntll
Ihey arrive. A. Simhkb.
the Food Drink. A due at bedtime
or In irs refreshing slumber. The klua ot
tonics. Walt Nulrlne is prepared by the
famous Auheueer-Buecu brewing Ass'n.,
which tact guarantees the purity, excel
leuce and merit claimed tor It.
Bid for the construction of a conrt
bouse and Jail at liolbrook. Arizona.
flans aud siieclilcatlous are ou file at
the couuty recorder's ofllce, liolbrook,
where same may be seeu on auullcatiou.
Karb bid must be accompanied by a
eerlllled check of 5oU, or by bond of
same amount (imnd to be approved by
Ihe board of eupervisors), as au evidence
of good faith.
bills to be opened at li o'clock p. m.
inursoay, April w, iwi.
The board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. For further Informa
tion call on or address J. H. FBibnv,
Clerk of the board of Supervisors,
Americans are the unst Inventive peo
ple on earth. To them have been Issued
nearly tloO.tiO') pateute, or more than one
third ot all the patents Issued la the
world. No discovery of modern years
has been of greater benefit to mankind
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
lilarrhu) llemedy, or has dons more to re
lieve suffering and pain. J. W, Vaugn,
ot Oaklon, tiy- says: "I hava used
Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and liiar
rl U) lleini dy lu my family for several
ears, aud find it to I the best medicine
ever used for cramps In tlie stomach
and bowels." For sals by all druggists.
TO t'l'KK A CUt.U IN ONI DAI
Take laxative bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggixts relund the mouey If It fails
to cure. i'M. '1 he genuine has L. B.Q.
ou each tabh t.
Are tou la IIT
Have yon a new Jeweled bell? If not,
why not? Perhaps you hav not yet
seen ours. Do so at once.
Dos't TobtcM Spll Sauk Tour I lf Af.
To quit tohacoo ullr ni) lorTr, b m
actio, full of lire. nrv ami vlfor, Uki No-To-Bu,
to wnotitr wuritvr, lbl iouh wtm ma
strong. All druKglat. Oo or SI. Curura
lood Book)i u4 pi fr. AJOrrx
MrllDf HcuMKl to, Clilosso or rtw York
Nice lodging rooms, ii cent per night,
at No. Ill First street. Mrs. P. Parsntl,
n-i i a: p.--
CERRIT LOS TO THE FRONT.
Patriots Ufady to G to War A Wrn
Bride "idly NctJtd.
lATtrr AiOTJT TBI IMILTII.
SecUI Correnpondenc e.
Cerrlllos, N. M., April 14 The staple
topic of rnnverxatlon In CerrllUn for sev
eral weeks past has been war with Spain.
It Is a subject ot never falling Interest,
and, as elsewhere, raMs all other political
mutters In the shade. Naturally the peo
ple do not all think alik, yet it is re
freshing to see that a vigorous American
spirit pervades all clases, and a feeling
predominate that, uo matter what Is to
be done, our nation cannot go wrong.
Now that war Is certain, the smallest
doubt Is not allowed to enter Into the
calculation ot the most conservative.
Should there be general call to arms
Cerrlllos and vicinity will send her quota
ot able-bodied patriots, who will see to It,
as far as within them lies, that the honor
of the I'uited Slates Is upheld under all
To corns down the scale from national
to local subjects. W hat Cerrlllos needs,
and what strikes strangers as her great
est requirement, Is good, substantial
wagon bridge over tlie Malleteo river. It
Is said the present deplorable condition
has existed for two or three years to the
detriment of business and great general
Inconvenience. It Is pretty thoroughly
understood by the citiseus that some
thing ought to be dous, and once In a
while they have a spasm to try to do It,
bnt so far the result has been absolutely
nothing, principally because diverging
Interests cannot agree upon a location
for the desired structure. Unless a little
of the spirit of harmony can be Injected
Into the systems of some of the promi
nent citizens every load ot goods or ore
to and trom Madrid, Dolores, Golden and
San Pedro, aud every resident on the
eolith side of the tlver for an Indefinite
length of lime, encounter quarter of a
mile of deep, dreary sand or a ragiug tor
rent every time they make a crossing It
is not a good advertisement for an other
wise progressive community.
The Mary Mining X Smelting com
par y's smelter ba not yet been "blown
In." There seems to be hitch In the
getting ot sufficient quantity of ore to
Justify starting up. The plant Is first
class and must have cost a round sura of
mouey. The eompany had expected to
draw its prluclpal supply of ore from the
Mary mines, at Kelly, New Mexico, but,
it Is understood. It has been shown It
cannot be had thnre, though a considera
ble force of men for several mouths have
been trying to opeu them up. Just what
it Is proposed to do now Is not generally
known to outsider. Under present de
velopment, the amount of ore lu this vi
cinity, though considerable, la not
enough to keep a plant as large as the
Mary people bav In operation. The
prluclpal stock of the eompany la owned
in Detroit, aud the presldeut and some
of the stockholders were out tew weeks
ago, but, beyond removing the promoter
aud geueral manager, CapU M. Balue, and
appolutlug Jams Duun a super u tend
eut ot the smeller, and reducing the
force of employes, nothing ot Importance
was accomplished so far a ba yet be
come visible to the naked eye. It I a
pity the smelter 1 not running; It should
be tu constant operation aud making a
barrel of mouey.
The Cerrlllos publlo schools closed last
Friday, ou accouut ot a lack of funds to
pay teachers tor a longer term. The
school are spoken of as having been very
satisfactory la attendance ai.d In all
other respects. The three teachers, James
Brydon, prluclpal, and the Misses Sue
Mead aud Fannie MvNulty, assistants,
are efficient and painstaking, so that the
pupils now rank well with the pupils of
other good school of the territory.
The Cerrlllos Register, under the man
agemeut ot Messrs. DeBuak and Walker,
is looking after the lutorests of southern
Santa Fe county In a mauuer creditable
to themselves aud the community. 'Ihe
paper Is attractive and progressive aud
presents lu a readable form every Item of
news that comes within Its scope as a lo
cal enterprise. Mr. DeKunk Is a good
writer, and sometimes uses a taber which
is harp, almost tu the pricking point.
BuslueM fairly active aud few com
plaints are beard In Cerrlllos ot baid
Whether on pleasure beut or busluess,
lake on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
Figs, as It acts most pleaaautly aud ef
fectually ou the kidneys, liver, and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches aud
oilier forms ot sickness. For sale lu 60
ceut bollie by all lead lug druggists.
Manufactured by the California Fig Sy
rup Co. ouly.
Gov. McCord, of Arizona, Applies for
Permission to Recruit One.
The war splrtt la much la evidence
throughout Arixoua. All the companies
of the National Guard are drilling every
night. The guard 1 filling to Its legal
strength, aud a strong regiment of in
fantry Is being agitated. Seven applica
tions are in the hands of Adjutant-General
Lewis for the formation of compa
nies to take the place of company A, Just
disbanded at Glob. The accoutermeut
have been shipped to l'hmulx, aud the
company member have been entered on
the rolls as honorably discharged.
All over the territory enrollment has
been made for voluntry cavalry or
"cowboy" regiment, and two twelve full
troops are assured. Gov, McCord ba ap
plied for permission to recruit this regi
ment, and has iudivated Col. Brodle, of
I'reeeott, aa bis choice for Its commaud
Ing officer. The governor has forwarded
to Waehlugton a strongly worded request
that the regiment be authorized lu the
first call for troops, aud that It be sent to
the frout for active service.
Two years ago K. J. Warren, a drug
gist at l'leasaiil brook, N. Y , bought a
small supply of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, lie sums up the reeult as fol
lows: "At that time the goods were un
known In this section; to-day Chamlier
Iain's C"Ugh Heuiedy is a household
word." It I the same In hnudreds of
eominnullle. W herever the good Quali
ties of Chamlieilaiu's Cough Remedy be
come known the people will have noth
ing sine. Fur sale by all druggist.
I-RtlUHT SIA1B MATTtSS.
AlUd DlMrlialBstloa to Ho urrrA to
A eouplalnt agaiuat the railroads of
Arlaona, based on the alleged dlsoriml
nation In the matter of freight rate from
outslds point, I belug formulated In
Phoenix, and will be ready to transmit to
th Inter -ft ite Commerne Commission In
W axhlngton In a few day. Affidavits of
cillzcn and bnlns mn have been se
cured to support the aperlfVatlon enum
crated In the complaint, and those hav
ing the suit In charge are confident that
they have a clear cane.
The matter has been kept sub rosa for
obvlons reasous, but It Is stated that the
movement is being engineered by the
chamber of commerce, and one of the
best attorueys In Phoenix ba been re
tained to conduct the prosecution and
pre; are the papers.
On s discrimination against Arizona
points on hus'neps originating outside
the territory Is rhargnl. It la stated
that rates to Arizona are mateiially
higher than on the same claxfl ot bust
new having origin or ending In Cali
fornia Tlie complaint asks that these
discriminations shall be abolished by a
reduction of rates to Arizona pdnts,or
by raising on good delivered in Call
fornia and having origin at competitive
points lu the east Phoenix Gsx tie.
The ancient Greeks believed that the
Penates were the go is who attended to
the welfare and pio-pe.tly ot the family.
Ihey Were worshipped as hounehold gods
lu every home. I lis household god ot to
day Is lir. hlug's New Discovery. For
consumption, coughs, Colds and for all
affecslons of throat, chest aud lung It Is
luvuluable. it nas been tried for a quar
ter ot a century aud Is guaranteed to
cure, or money refunded. o household
should be without this good angel. It Is
pleasant to take and a sare and sure rem
edy for old and young, free trial tollies
at J. II O'Kellly . co.'s drugstore.
PULL!". AH ORDbRJ flODlHED.
Unpopular Ruling Regarding Single
Berths In Lompirimcat Csrs.
The order Ihe Pullman company pro
mulgated Saturdey, under which ticket
agent were not to be allowed to sell sin
gle berths lu eompurtmuut ears until all
standard car bertlis bad beea reserved.
was Monday rescinded," and la lis place
the 1'uliuiau compauy Issued au order
that couipartiuuul car boilbs sin uld be
sold at toO lustead ot J hereafter.
1 bis diepowes of the ruling to the sat-
ixfacilou uf the railroad men, who pro
tested agulnet the former order. The
ouly departure from the former arrange
ment Is the Increased cost ot &0 cents
per night tor the compartment car bertlis
which is not regarded aa material.
tow Over fifty Voar.
A.N Ol.lJ AND HKLA-lKIXD hXMKDV.
Mrs. Wlusiow's Mouthing hyrup baa
been uwd tor over fitly yeais by million
ol mother tor their children while teeth
ing, wild purlect siiocmss. II soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all palu,
cures wiud colic, aud Is the best remedy
Cor (llarrl)oea. it is pleasant to Ihe taste.
Sold by druggists lu every pari of the
world, iweuly-uve cent a bottle, lie
value i Incalculable, he sure and ask
for Mrs. w luslow's Soothing Syrup, aud
take uo other kind.
AGAINST SUNDAY RACES.'
Abraham Poguc Lifts Hit Voice Against
the Rscettcs of lbs City.
Albuquerque, N U, April 14. K ha
been said, "There never was a rose with
out Its thoru," aud your elty Albuquerque
surely Is as a rose, not In a desert, bat by
streams of lovlug waters; but to-day I
am sorry to see posted on your public
street corners, "RacS eft Sunday," and
believe the sporting element of your elty
Is as precious in God's sight a any cler
gyman of your city, aud think ministers
sometimes make mistake la abusing
sinners with the sin. God bates sin but
loves the siunsr. Asa financial Invest
ment I believe It pays to respect and
keep holy the Sabbath, As with an In
dividual so with a nation or people. As
any nation, without one exception,
drifted from ob-iervlug one day la seven,
Just so sure did they lose their power and
respect among the first powers ot the
world. Hoping that your city may grow
to be a power lu the laud, and a light to
the weary traveler Is the wish of the ob
server. AllHAHAM I'OUCK.
The Great Secret
Of the wonderful cures by Hood's 8r
saparilla lies In ita power to make
the blood rich, pure and nourishing.
Uy doing this it eradicates scrofula,
cures catarrh, dyspepsia, rheumatism,
neuralgia and build up the nerves.
It Is the One True IHood l'uriller.
Hood's Pillt are the beat family
cathartic and liver medicine. 85c.
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS.
Land Filings snd Certificates Issncd at
the Santa Fe Lsnd Office.
The Santa Fe laud olllce has issued the
following filings and certificate for the
week eliding luesday, April 12:
Moia couuty: Jose Abram Banchex,
lrto acres; Felipe Sauliago Mares, 1MJ
San Miguel county: Ruinaldo Trn
Jlllo, liK acres; Andres Grlego, ltlO acres.
Santa Fe county: Kugeuio bares, 1119.15
Klo Arriba couuty: Juau Agular,
San Juau county: Franklin M. Pierce,
FINAL CKRTIKICATKs IHSI KII.
Donaclano I.ucero, Klo Arriba county,
l.r3.liH acres; Alice Hlake, Sao Juan coun
ty, 101 acres; Maria Paula Romero,
widow ot Ullarlo Ksqulbal, 110.86 acres;
Pedro flouiex y Gonzales, Bernalillo
county, 120 acres.
A final timber culture certificate was
Issued to Martha A. Wise, San Juan
county, 120 acres.
Franklin M. Pierce, ot Ban Juan coun
ty, bought 7.32 acres of government land,
paying therefor f 1 IS per acre.
Klondike sewing machines, guaranteed
S years, ouly lll.lfl at Fulrelles.
Highest Honors-World's Fair,
Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Pur Orsps Cream ol Tartar Pewter.
40 YEARS Ti IE STANDARD.
ALONG THE STEEL RAILS.
Lstrst I'tmi ef Railroad Interest Gath
ered from our Exchanges.
WIAT Tit IMTLOTIS All DOtlO.
The Willcox stock yards are to be en
larged to double the present capacity.
Claris Hiilton. who had been cnlbr
at Katon, has been promoted as Qreniau
Fireman Murphy, nf Ias Vepas, I lay
ing (iff on account of the sickness of his
wife and baby.
Mike Hmlth, well known here a a
machinist. Is uow working iu the shops
at Needles, Cal.
Knglnetlis having gone to the La
Vegas shops for reualrs, her engineer,
K.l. Sears, has been aligned engine 7 D.
Care have been eld tracked at Ortlx
station, preparatory to th starting of
the railroad stone quarry located at that
The company on the division north of
this city U short of flremxn, while they
have more engineers than they have
The Kl Paso Southern and the Santa
Fe have made close connection at Kl
Paso, so that trains can be run directly
between the depots ot both companies.
Alamo Qord ) Is to be mails the first di
vision station on the Kl Paso A North
eastern out from Kl Paso and the junc
tion point of the Alamo tiordo & Sacra
mi'iito Mountain branch with the main
line ot the road.
Division Superintendent Hurley Issued
the followiug notice: All weet-bound
trains may take full tank of water at
Wagon Mouud. All east-bound trains
may take full tauk ot water at Shoe
maker and only what may be necessary
at W agon Mound.
The wreckage on the Maricopa and
Phoenix Hue has all been cleared aud
to day the track la belug replaced. The
management deserves credit for the
promptuese and dispatch la clearing
the track so that there was absolutely no
delay la the passage ot tralus.
Catarrh Cannot Mm Vnrd
with local applications, a they cannot
reach the seat ot the disease. Catarrh Is
a blood or constitutional disease, ami lu
order to cure It you mutt take Internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh t'uie is takeu
luterutilly, aud acts directly on the blood
aud mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was
firescrlbed by one ot the best physician
a this country tor years, and Is a regu
lar prescription. It la composed of the
best toutes known, combined with the
best blood purlllers, acting directly ou
the mucous surfaces. The perfect com
bination of the two Ingredients Is what
f rod uces such wonderful results la cur
n g catarrh. Send for testimonials, tree.
F.J. Lhknxy ifc Co., Props.,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
DELINQUENT. TAX SAXES.
Question la Which Titles at Santa Ft
At a meeting ot the Santa Fe county
commissioners last Tuesday Attorney K.
A. Flske appeared la the matter of the
sale of property In this city for deliu
quent taxes, Mr. F'lske conteuiled that
as Santa Fe was located upon a rejected
grant It would not be just to assess for
taxes anything but the Improvements on
the lund. It Is a well known fact that a
clear title to real estate In Banta Fe can
not be given on account ot the unsettled
condition of the titles 1 1 the laud on
which the elty stands. The commis
sioner took the matter under advise
ment, and on Wednesday decided that
notwithstanding the clouded condition
ot the titles all delinquent taxes on both
Improvements and laud must be paid or
the land sold tor taxes.
The commissioners adopted a resolu
tion providing for the non-taxation for a
period ot six years ot any canning tac
lory erected In the county within the
next twelve months. They also pell
tkned Delegate F'ergussou to introduce
a bill lu congress providing for the re
linquishment by the United States of all
title to the laud upuu which Sauta Fe
stands. Such action by congress would
eff. dually settle all disputes relating to
titles which continually arise lu this
n. F. Greer, Chicago; F. A. Carlton. J
8. Moorhouse, Kansas City; 0. J. Sulli
van, Auaoonda, Mont.; I' has. McKiuney,
cripple creek; vt. J. builth, Denver; hi
ward Sears, La Junta.
N Tbomlson, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. J. R.
McFK LasCruces, Charles 11. Winner, Kl
Paso; Walter Taylor, Fort Soott, Kan.; T.
A. Hlmpsun, Chicago; Phil. Kuuker, Kan
sas City; J. Y. York, Cincinnati, Ohio; A.
Walu, Las Vegas; C. H. Young, Deuver;
William ((llwou aud wife. Las Vegas; W.
J. Ilanna, Han Marclal; 11. D. llecker aud
wife, Meta, N. M.
(ieo. U Trotter, Kansas City; Wallace
Kisllngbury, Jos. liichler, W, J. tiillesple,
Wlnslow; L. 11. Hlreeter, Denver; F. 11.
Houston, Decatur, 111.; M. K. Myers,
Bland; I. K. Hanks. W luslow; W. Noedel,
Bernalillo; II. Woody, hail Francisco; W .
J. Hammond, St. IaiuIs; H. V. Smith,
Bland; L. L. I.von, 11. J. Shuel, Denver;
11. KaelngiT, Cincinnati; M. Kaufman,
Hants FejVictor Hals, Valeiicla county;
K. 0. Kent and wife, Denver; T. !. Mar
iiion, Walter (1. Marmou, Lsguna; John
Turbot, Philadelphia! K. P. Hrov.ii, Win
now; C. K. Morrison, Chicago; J. L.
Wheeler, Hun Francisco; W. B. Wiley,
Portland, Oregon; 8. A. McMurrsy, Louis
ville, Ky.; Mrs. Solomon Luua, l.o Luuas;
John C. Plemmous, Hermosa, N. ..
We are now prepared to show what
we believe to be the best asMirtmeut of
men's hats ever brought to this territory.
From a ii eeut cloth hat to a $2 Stetson,
and ws think we can suit the most fas
tidious in that Hue aud probably savs
you a little money besides. It don't cost
anything to see them. Sliuou Stern, the
Railroad aveuue clothier.
. Crockery and glassware. W hitney Co
When Yon Get Down
With the Grip
Consult your physician and brine;
or send your prescription to us,
where it will he com. MtnAtA with
every care, due dispatch and from
,he purest Drugs and Chemicali
H. O'RIELLY & CO.
tne purest urugt and Chemicals.
The Surplus of I
a Life Assurance i
Company is not only j
the measure oi ,
financial strength, i
but t also the fund
all dividends to
The Equitable has !
the largest Surplus of I
any life company i
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY j
"Strongest in (tit Wot Id." j
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
.New Mexico and Arizona Dept.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Wholesale and Retail, from
ii x,c to $4 prr double roll.
(iood Work at Reasonable
THE BEE HIVE
in West Gold Avenue.
THE GREEN FRONT
WM. CHAPLIN, - - PROP.
113 West Railroad Avenue.
The best and chesprat place la
the city for
Ladies' and Gents'
Ladlm' fliift Low Shoes, blark or tan
manufactured by C. 1. Kurd & Co, the
bt nmniirartory of Ladi1 Hhofs In the
world. Prlws from to ;).& a pair.
Kine line of Ladies- Hhixw.blark or tan,
flOewn's to 11.50 a pair. Ladles' hand
turned ami (liHHlicHr wxlt nIioph, l 50 a
pair, i.aaiea nrix iiiitiou and lace shoes,
from to tj.iK) a pair.
Roy' nhi'M fmin Sl.ui to fl.50 a pair.
A tine Huh or ImiikIhh ahoes juat re
ei lvi-d; lutt Htyh n in Mark or tan, lane
and contirms. from ti 2." to ..00 a pair.
All mall ordnrn promptly attended to
Mm. A. Invwu, residing at 7l Henry
Htrett. Alton, 111 , miffHrwl with sciatic
rliKiimatlHm for over eiirht month. Hh
dociorml for It nearly the whole of thin
ume, tiling varlon remetllea recom
mended liv friends, and waa treated by
the phyalrlans, hut received no relief.
She then lived one end a half bottles of
rhamlierlain's 1'aln Halm, which effected
a complete cure. This is published at
her request, as ehe wants others similar
ly attlirtwt to know what cured her. The
in ami om cent si.e for sale by all drug
gists. LOW Fillers IN (IKOCr.BIKa.
1 hree packages Lyon Coffee for. . . . M
Kreeli Kansas egx, two iloteu 26
Native egtrs, per duven :'o
(luiihaiu shredded cocnanut, per lb. . .SB
Hood linking powder, li Hie 'J5
Schilling's Tieet bsklng soda, 3 the.. ,'i
All 111 iiest brands of laundry soap
7 cakes .or
Gold Hust washing powder, per pk. . .20
ritur units in nesi lye 5
Sliver (lloss starch. 3 packages 25
t liter or wine vinegar, per gal :)
Lucca olive oil, per gal 2.50
Mnest Uld Kye or Kourhou, per qt.. .75
California grape brandy, per qt 75
And anrthliig else In Ihe groceries or
nquor iua at immi ris k prices at
F.liif.lfi Yuur llowrl. ,ih aumrrta.
I'M .!y ilhtnlr. fir.- ..,, wit ,011 (ureter
ium. it v. V U (nil, ilrutL-iiiMvrm,. m,iue
Call at "The Oreen Kront" shoe store
for children's unit fniooMu' an,tala mnA
01 fords, black and tan, latest styles, 0 to
b, n.i reius; o- 10 11. w ceuts; 11'.$ to 2,
l; ladles' oxfords, (1. W. Chaplin, pro
prietor. ft.'ft t,,ly h ttn No,
Yoir,-l hii'I t CuflntriJi', tlie mml won.
dev..l im-tlii-.tl il.s 1 r Hi.- ui-f, plius.
ant. and 1 i.-Kl.ii,,- t,, . ll!( -, u, 1 (lenlly
uii.l k.iiiv ly on ki'lnrta. Iivi r nil Imwela,
I'll-UNMIIIi; . 1 ulltll.- MHlrlll, dlHIL'l Ctllljlt,
('inn lii lelinilin, ii v.-r. I.uliliunl l oiimiimtioa
and li 1 1 ion nit -. l'lmvi liny nn.l try a lies
ot c. t). iv in ,,iv; 111, a.,. r,o...ii.. Hold aud
guai ui.twd lo t'uro by till ilrut amta.
H im (or !.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
ouly 60 cents a gallon at C. A. Grande's
Ait north Broadway.
lli'Hul)- U lllooU Ilovii,
Chan 1 It.nd nifniia clean nkin. Xo
hcuuiy wulii.ul it. 1-oai.M., l.mdt ctliv
tilting iii the ,,ty ,t,., a, Ulivillg t) im'.
, ... ....... ,,- ,,,. rym tu,ly to
'lAlilkli lillnn ... ...i 1 1. . . . L . . 11 11 .
slid that aiffclv hilinin roinpieimu ,v tikina
toret, heniiiy r t, n ,.,nt,. A driu
giata, Mtnf11ctu.11 Kuuruiitwd, 10c, 25c,5oc
Parasols, parasols, all styles and nrleea
at ths Iilg Btors.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All tlie Year.
Good aton oiitions at reasonable rates. The following is the
analysis tf one of the various springs at the Resort!
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon '97
Calcium sulphate, gra ns per gallon 14)60
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon ..... 1.51B8
To'al .it. 3371
Water delivered ir- the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
FARE GJX JESACH WAY.
Order slaie at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquors and Gears, Imported And Domestic,
Served to All Patrons.
NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
W. V. FUTBELLE,
Cor. First 8fld Gold, HniBI Albcqnerqne, New Mexico.
Nat It sad
umbs, n(rli 31.01.. PlttF.
AJways la Btock
First St. and Lead
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata a Spaolaity.
Farm and Freight Wagons !
RAILROAD AVENUE. : t ; ALBUQUERQUE, N. !VI
i iii liliiSarnAj
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Tb newcat and beat gooda from the
leading poltema of lb world, In wholu&Ie
or retail. Choice Uble ware, eUgint toilet
acta, beautiful vuea) a full line of gUiawire,
bu gooda, Ump chimneys and burnera,
enameled ware, linwa, brooma and
bruiliea, toya and dolla.
113 SOUTH FIRST STREPS
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
Hew and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and cxi-liunged. Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of household yoods. Get
others' bit's and we will see them 10 per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on insullnentu
IVo. XXX TATsortlx X'irfit St.
AU kinds of Fresh ind Sa
Meats. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
J A SONIC TEMP LE ',
TJIIUD ST RE El.
EM1L KLEIN WOUT, Prop
Wholesale and Hetail Jealr
nwl 11ICYCI KS.
Sold Che up for Ca.h or on
tlf ln.illinrnt IMitn. AIm)
rentrd at reaw)ntl ratea.
ClUI Fllotl, Ilf .
''tlM th tJtrraat aait
Uul Rxtaual HUm k ot
-:staple : groceries:-
To b roaail MontbWMt.
A complcto Stock of tlin
Douglas Shoos ; nd Slippers.
Ladies' Rutto-i sind
Lace Shoes of All
- - - - N. M.
J'f ' vV
7" ' ).
MftDafjulttrrr of antt Dalr
Tha Bt Ktrn.Kd V..hlla..
Pine no)-se-SLoeinr t Specialty.
Hitinfactioo IIuimlUoI In all Work
Rllrlnjr. Palntltiir ao.l Triaimlnj
I'liod on Short filutiBB. I 1 1 1 1 1 j-
Stiop, Corner Copper At. tod First St.,
AiaDQ.cBkO.ii, N. at.