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POVDEI) Absolutely Pur TI1E DAILY CITIZEN HLUI1K8 A, McVKKIUIir, 11B1.IHHKH8 Tho. Huhhu Kdlior W. T. MiXhkiwht, litis. Mjrr. and City Kd rilHLlHHKI DAILl AHU WKKLI. Associated Frews Afternoon TBlfjrrams. OUIcial Firr of hsrualilloCoiiiii. DiUrnal Fair ol Cil of Albuqnsrqa. Ijugnti City and County Circulation lb Largssi New Meiioo Circulation Largsst North Anion Circulation ALHUjLKKylK, At'KlL. 10. Now la good time to plant trm. Turn territory should grow enough wlisat to snooty tt' homt dmiatid. AT Ualvtaion a ear Usui of dynamite li Mug tissd to placing uiIum la th har bor. Conurkho U supplying all the "ginger" that wan lavklug lu tlie prsslilKiit's mas sage. Thi lD'lfixii'1nc of Cuba might ap propriately be proclaimed on th fourth of July. Thi Cuban reooucwutradua are all lia ble to starve to death while the senate la discussing measures for their relief. Gin. Alu kb tUkim that in ease of war the natloual guard of the slates aud ter rtlortea will be called Into active service. Thi fart that Bpaln Is straining every nerve to get her uavy luto condltlun doee not look aa If ehe e ipevted much from that armistice. Thi people of ttauta Ke are making ar 'angeuieula to establish a fruit rauulug laclory. aud hope lu have the plaut lu tperailon next fall. Thi Uftosulu auuual eucauipuieut Iraud Army of the Republic dxpartmeul A New Alelloo, wlU be lielJ at Albuquer que. Way 13 aud 14. Thi banaua la aald to be the inuet pro 11 Uc of all food products, being forty-four time more productive than potatoes aud 124 time more thau wheat. Thi present wool tariff, doee not full eotue of the democrat of the territory. It la certainly better thau the free trade ached ule ot the democratic party. Thi flue ralu abutters ot thla week mean a big thing lor cropa and for the stock raugwt. V here theee showers fell good gram la Insured until the rainy TUKBI la Utile doubt that the chief part of the action between bpaln aud this nation If war is declared will take place off the north coast of Cuba aud In the nild-Atlantic. Nkw subscribers are pourlug In opon Tux Citixkn. The people appreciate the efforts of the publlauers In glvlug the latent news, aud the paper la having a genuine subscription boom. J. A. vYhithouk, formerly editor of the Km purler at San alarclal, and a promi nent aud well-kuowu citizen of this ter ritory, la now publishing the Itscord, a daily newspaper at Kedlaiids, Cat Thk mule la a ueceseitf in war time. The quarlermaaUir gtiurral of the army has been liirtliu. t.xl to purchaite l.uuo mules for IrauHpoilatlou purpoeoa. The purchase probably will be made at Bt. Louis or Kaunas City. VYhkn the troopj leave Kurt Wlngato. wlileu they will probably do to-morrow. It will be the Ural time lu the history ol the territory that New Mesloo has been without troop of the regular army sta tioned wilhiu lu border. CaTTI.I command at present the high est prices ever kuown lu the territory. The free trade policy ot the democratic party alinoat killed the cattle ludustry lu New alelloo, but the McKluley good times has revived the Industry. Thi Lordxburg Liberal in respectfully Informed that the airangetneut perfected between the uulvernity faculty aud the high school ol this city la beueilclal to the university, aud does uot entail a dol lar extra eipeuse to the territory. N L'YLLU wan once characlerlxed ou the fljor of the I'uited BUlcs house tf repre seutatlvee as "the tilla mounter of ripau lsb tyrauuy, befoullug with his breath the atmoephere of c.villxatlou." Aritoua oousiders thut an Insult to one of the rep tiles of that territory. THK TALI ft. UV AUt t.uriNIMU. Advertising ought to be one ot the uiont thoroughly aud seriously plauued parts of a successful man's business. The old advertising saw rrtlecu the true spirit of advertuiug. It you would be successful do uot go at this bualueaa spasmodically, keep everlaallugly at It Don't sproad your advertising, If you can only speud (l.ouuayear, eouceu trate it niuiuly in oue direcliou in oue newspaper, aud that uewspaper of a geu- eral circulation. Where your business will permit the addition of another $ l.uuu, theu you may commence to spread a lit tle, liut a small sum spread over ail the UeWrpapers lu toau, aud taking lu every fake scheme that is presented, become very thin advertising lu the end. Aud ouce having started advertising, dou'l let go. Advertising gains momeutum a It goes along- Krom The Art of Ad vertising." roHiu u suit ma uiu oi ns. It Is a singular thing that guupowdur remained practically unchanged aud unimproved tor mors thau loo years after lis discovery by the Kuropeaus. borne refinements of manufacture were Intro duced; It was made less bulky and more cleauly; but lu Component were the same and iu expansion about the sams Military powder, ws kuow it to-day. Is lbs invention and perfection ot a Us- enls. Great mind hair beeu beut opon It; much money has been spent on It; ninrh money has been mode nut of It. Without II modern ordnance would be comparatively worthless. With It, the sniotint of damage of which the thirteen Inch gun is capable Is matter of con jecture only. A practical demons ration of the rffrtct ot a shell barked by this modern explosive would be given many times dnring a war between Spain and this country. To this possible struggle the military men of Knrnpe are now locking IRANI Ilium TAKAHt.K. The old subject of taxation of fran chises, after an acs 'i mic dlecneelon for years, has finally re ched the courts, and a judicial dcrl'io. , handed down by Judge Johnson In I iver, gives a verdict In favor ot the el'.irniallve, vlx , "fran chises should be taxed." Kor many years It hi been the con tention ot the Colorado Bprlngs Tele graph that corporations doing business on franchises granted by cities, should pay taxes on those franchises the same as upon their real property. Franchises In cas ot street rail roads, telephone, electric light and other corporations, are the backbone ot the enterprises, and are frequently worth many times the real assets of the onipany. These franchises are capital lid and stocks and bonds Issued on them before a cent Is put In equipment. Cor porations whose real property Is not worth tiO.WH are capilaltxed frequently tor million or more and pay dividend upon the entire caplUllxatlon. As money producers, as asseu to a company, fran chises should be regarded as real prop erty and should be taxed accordingly. (iol.K has been pouring luto the United HUles from Kurvpe lu tremendous quan tities the past few weeks. The move ment begau in the Utter part of Febru ary, aud already upwards of tOO.OOO.lAK) In gold have been transferred to the na tional coffers and It couliuues to come ia larger aud larger quantities. This week, 7,60MWO are ou l he way, and the In I ted suites treasury now ha uearly Ant.UOO, 1HJ0 gold surplus. Thi l ulled Htate government now has in process of construction Ave battle ships, one gun boat aud eleven torpedo boats, and work on all of them Is well ad vanced. eoBBthln( t Vw. It may be worth something to know that the very beet medicines for restoring tlie tired nut Uurvoiie system to bealtny vigor is Kleclio Killers. Ihls medicine is purely vegeuble, acu by giving lone lu the nerve ceuters In the stomach, gently stimulates the liver and kidneys, aud aids these organs lu throwing nil Im purities iu the blood. Kleclrio hitters improves the appetite, aids digestion and Is pronounced oy those who have tried It as the very best blood purilier aud uerve louic Iry it. bold for uU ceuU or l.00 per bottle at J. 11. U'Kellly X Coa drug store. kin ia ih mium. John Foster was killed at the Madrid mines last Friday morning. He had put iu a shot aud retired to a safe dlstauce. It Is supposed that tor some reason, per haps to warn fellow workmen who he thought were coming luto danger, he for a moment exposed himself, and at that time the explosion occurred, throwing a large lump ot coal titty feet to where he was eUndlng. He waa struck in the side with fatal effdet. The deceased waa an honored member of the KnlghU of Py thias, lie leaves wife and child to mourn his loss. The funeral, which oc curred Monday afternoon, was largely at tended by sympathizing friends from Ma drid aud Cerrtllos. Register. Th Arvtle Kspoaltlnn. It Is rumored lu olliclal circles that government contemplates sending an ex pedition to the Arctic Circle dunug the ensuing year, ibis. It U said will com prise eminent navigators, geographers, naturalists aud astrouoiuers. There can oe Utile doubt that discoveries will be made ot the utmost liuporlence to sci ence. However useful these may be they cau never excel the value ot that discov ery so fraught with bsuellt to the humau race Hosteller's Htomacn Hitlers. This truly estimable medicine has achieved a reputation for curative aud preveutive ettioieucy In cases ot luorgaulc diseases which has uever bad a parallel in the his tory of medicine. It cures aud prevents malaria, chronic dyspepsia, biillousnesa, rheumatism, ktduey aud bladder com plaints aud nervous allmeuta. Walt I Weill Welti I have just reoelved word that mv or der for l.UUU ladles' low cut shoes, or dered last winter for the spring trade. cannot be countermanded aa mauy of the shoes have already beeu made. 1 will oner some rare bargains lu this Hue of Hlioes as soon as they arrive, which will be within ten days or two weeks. The slock will contain all sixes aud It will pay intending purchasers to wait until they arrive. A. fciumu. HliU Waulait. Bids for the construction nf a court bouse aud jail at Holbrook, Art ion a. flans and epecltlcatious are ou ule at the county recorder's otllce, Holbrook, where same may be seen ou application. Kach bid must be accompauied bv a cerlilled check of $,"oo, or by bond ot same amount (bond to be approved by tns noard or sutwrvisorsi. as an evidence of good faith. bids t'i be opened at a o clock p. in. Thursday, April 2i, Ib'.ii. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. For further Informa tion call on or address J. II. Kbihhv, Clerk of the board of supervisors, Holbrook, Arizona. Americans are the most inventive peo ple ou earth. To them have been issued uearly Ikiu.iKiJ patents, or more thau oue thlrd of all the patents Issued in the world. No discovery of modern years has been ot greater benefit to ni iuklud than Chamberlain's Colic, I holt-re aud Luarrhu) Remedy, or has done more to re lieve suderliig aud pain. J. W. augn, nf Uaklou, Ky., says: "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and lilar rt oji Ketn-dy in my family for several years, and bud it to be the best medicine I ever used for eiamps iu the stomach aud bowels." For sale by all druggists. fuller tieslguft. Ia connection with the item Tin Citi zen had yesterday afleruoou ou the ful ler resignation, the Wluslow Mali says: Master Mechanic I'ullar tendered bis resignation to the hauta Fe Faclile com imiiy last haturday. Mr. I'ullar bus held I lie pot lllou ol muster mechanic at this point for a great many years, and is uni versally ronpevted and esteemed for his many generous aud noble qualities. We understand he contemplates taking a trip into old Mexico. Mrs, I'ullar will goto Los Angeles and reiualu until her husband select a location to settle. I heir departure it sincerely regretted and will prove a grievous loss to the sis-lal circles ot W inslow. Do'l 1 uL wr spit Mil Suukt loar I If istj. To quit W.Ij.io aily nd lurvr. b uia( nftilo. lull ol I. to, nerv suit vior, tak No 'lo litu. luewouder warlo r. that niako as una strfua. All tlruitsUts, tOu or II. Cur tf uru ted D(Skll ilt sutupl fr Atldrea MuirllDf licmtOr La , CUIuasu or Ks Vors Crockery aud glassware. Whitney Co. NEW MEXICO NEWS aAMTA m. From the New Meilran. lion. C. A. Spies to k th oa'h nf of flee as district attorney for the First Ju diclal district Tliirsdsy morning. Miss Virginia Otero, daughter nf lion and Mrs. M. K. Otem, left for Alhuquer que on a short visit to relatives. Miss May Morrison and Mrs. Chapmsn have been quite piiiTesstiil In raising funds for the nse ot the New Mexico com mission for the relief of the starving re eoncenlradoV In Cuba, having oMnlned the snm ot to in two days. An Kspanola man says that during the past year ths enterprising mercantile Arm ot 0 W. Itoud A Hro , at Kspanola, handled over IKJ.lifiO head of sheep. There mnet have been quite a profit In that bus iness during 1 H'.t. Miss Francl-ca iMiran.a very estliniMe young woman, 32 years of ag, daughter ot Jose K. Liuran. and sister-in-law of Frank Ortlx, died Wednesday morning at Madrid of fever. Bhe had been In Mad rid for some Urns, keeping house for her brother, who Is employed in the Madrid coal mines. The remains of the deceased were brought to this city and the funeral took place from the cathedral. LAS BOAS. Kmin the Optic. J. Jerrel Is acting postmaster at Lib erty, Instead ot P. Havltle who has left that place tor good. Sheriff Romero received a telegram from Marie Apodaca, nf Santa Fe, asking the particulars of the death of her sis ter, Hjmlnga. The sheriff replied that the sister, who resides here, la well and hearty. James W. Clay came in from Kansas City with car load of Qua horses aud mules for the new livery Arm of Clay X Bloom, which will be ready for buluess In a tew days. Not long siuce the Optic published the reported death of Bernard Relnken. A letter has beeu reoelved from Charles Relnken, at Belen, a brother of Bernard, sUtlng that the report Is not true, Ber nard being "very much alive" aud well. aud at pre-tent sojourning at his home In Alauitowoc, wiscouslu. Krorn the Kaagc. Mrs. Mry A. Kite, Shenandoah, Vir ginia, arrived here on an extended visit to her brother, Dr. J. J. Hhuler, aud fam ily. Married Henry W. Hchroeder, of Lar amie, Wyoming, aud Miss Heriuiue Mendel, ot Dorsey, New Mexico, Rev. J. W. biiinot-k otlldating. The busluesa ot the Raton postolllce for the fiscal year eudlug March 81, W'.m, auiouuled to $3,34 ).Ui Exclusive of niouey order business for the lineal year ending March 81, 1HU7, the business amounted to (l.Mo.Oi, showing au lu crease for the year just closed of 4o.uo. UCOkHO. From the Chieftain. The Socorro term ot district court for this couuty opena the first Mouday lu May. The lambing season ia progressing nicely aud the proepecU are that there will be remarkably large lamb crop tuls year. Wakely A. W illiams, of Socorro, was last wet k elected city engineer of the city of Golden, Colorado, where he now is attending the Colorado school ot mines. It Is said that llauk Blackledge, a former well-known character about So corro, died a few day since In Kl I'aso, where he went last fall. Francisco Padilla, formerly city mar shal of Socorro, has returned from the Needles, California, where he has been employed ou the Santa Fe 1'aclUo railway work. Capt. A. B. Fitch, lessee and manager of the Uraphio mines aud smelling works at Msgilaleua, was lu the city oo a busl uesa trip. He informs us that the smel ter has just closed auother very success ful campaign, and that work Is being pushed lu the mines gettiug out ore. I'rof. C. L. Herrick, president ot the territorial university at Albuquerque, waa a welcome visitor the other day. Under the administration ot l'rof. Her rick, who has a wide-spread reputation as au educator, the university Is rapidly attaining front rank among the col legiate Institutions of the country, and it is expected to soou bring Its staudard up to that of Ann Arbor and other eastern universities ot that class. IKKHILI.O. From Hi K ranter. Mrs. W. K. Chiptuan has been very sick tor the pant few days, but Is recovering now. Albert C. Telchmann Is contemplating signing a contract with a St. Louis firm to travel In Old Mexico and Central America. "Big Jim," Jack Langston's dog, jumped from the porch of the Palace ho tel secoud story and crippled himself up badly. Charles Berlins, vice president ot the Kaunas City Placer company, Kansas City, Mo , came out to see how his work was gelling on. They are now at work lu the San Lazarus gulch near San Pedro. A gentleman who is ot a statistical beut ot mind, estimates that since the first of the year Madrid has experienced thirteen accideuU iu the mines, and the death rate iu town has averaged two a week. An Increased How of water is encount ered in the Ortlx mine as the depth of the shaft becomes greater. It Is thought that au ample water supply will be found tor additional machinery before the con tract for stoking is completed. Billie W illiams speut Suuday at his home iu Cerriilot and returned to Bland Monday, lie has beeu working in the mine at night, but expects soon to be transferred to the bollerumklug depart ment, where a daylight Job awalu him. A M. Watson, superintendent o' the Ortlx mine, will speud a day or two lu Denver tor the purpose of settling up some business lu connection with his father's estate. A short time since, while traveling in Kurope, his father died at the advanced age ol Ms year. From 111 lltdlliht. Ths grand lecturer ot Masonry, W. II. Seaman, will visit the Silver City Ma sonic lodge on the both ot this mouth. and on ths 6th of May he wll! be with ths Dentin lodgs, and as Brother Sea man is one of the brightest Masons In New Mexico, every memhr of ths order In this vicinity should arrange to be present at all nf these meeting. Otto Mrgenther, wlfeand family, will leave Deming this evening for their home In Baltimore, Md. Mr.Mergenthaler, after being In Arlxina for some time, cam to lemlng In the summer of IHVH, and some months later wis J inJ by hi family. The stay of ths family her wa greatly tddened by the Ore last November, which completely destroyed all their household effects. Mies Daisy L. Alien, t!.e iircesstul and popular teacher of the second primary room in the public i-ctioid, I confined to her bed with Is grippe. lion. (i. A. Klrhtrd-inri ha been Invited to address the graduating class of the Drmlng High school, and nr. has the nutter under consideration. llllllHf-llOlfl (ttHl. The ancient Greeks believed that the I'eimtes were the go Is who attended to the welfare and prov it t of the family. They were worshipped a-i household gmls lu every home. 'I he household gist ot to day is Dr. h lug's New Discovery. For consumption, coughs, colds and for all affections ot throat, chest and lungs it is Invaluable. It has been tried for a quar ter nf century and Is guaranteed to cure, or monev refunded. No household should be without thla good angel. It is pleasant to take and a safe and sure rem edy for old and young, Free trial bottle at J. II. O'Reilly ,t l o.'s drugstore, t BlversllT lw ImIiim It Is the foremost aim of a niodest col legs education to turn out pracllcul and competent citizens In the bent sense. In view of the prevailing Ignorance as to ths principles upon which business and social Intercourse Is based, the univer sity authorities have Invited the co-operation ot a number of the beet known lawyer In the territory. The response has been exceedingly cordlsl and a eourse of lectures has been outlined, which Can not fall to benefit and Interest all who may attend. These lectures will be given at the university at 11:15 a. ui., at dates to be announced from time to time. The fol lowing have been determined: Hon. K. K. Twltchell, "Master and Ser vant" Judge II. L. Warren, "Mining Laws." Hon. W. II. Pope, "Laws ot Kvldence." Hon. R. W. U. Bryan. "Commercial Law." Judged. D. Bantz will discuss "Do mestic Relations," and Judge N. C. Col lier and others will select similar practi cal topics. The public Is cordially In vited. WHKN TK A VIC LI NO, Whether on Dleasura bent nr hnslnaaa take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly aud ef fectually on the kidneys, liver, and bowels, preventing fevers, headache and other forms nf sickness. For sals In 60 cent bottles by all leading drngglnts. Manufactured by the California Fig Sy rup Co. only. RELIGIO US SERVICES. German Lutheran Evangelical St. Paul's Church-German Suuday school at 10 a. m. The pastor will be at Belen to dis tribute the Lord' Supper there. Presbyterian Church Corner 811ver avenue and Fifth street. T. C. Beattle, pastor. Services at II a. m. and 7 JO p. m, Sunday school at 10 a, m. T. P. 8. C. K. at 6:45 p. m. All cordially Invited. Lead Avenu) Methodist Episcopal church, corner Lead avenue and Third street. Suuday school, 10 a. m.; preach lug, 11a. m., subject, "Sabbath Observ ance;" class meeting 12 m.; Kpworth league, 0:45 p. m.; preaching, 7:30 p.m. A. C. Welch, pastor. Congregational church, Bma lway and Coal avenue; Frank II. Allen, pastor Service at 11 a. in., with sermon on "Lordship of the Risen Christ;" anil at 7::i, with the last of the lantern sermon on the Life ot Christ, subject, "Where Is the Risen Christ?' These illustrated sermons during Lent huve been drawing full houses, and it is hoped that this closing service will be the largest of ail. Sunday school at U:I5 a. m. V. P. 8. C. K. at ti:.'tO All seats free at each service. A cordial welcome to all, especially to strangers. HI. John's (Kilscopal) First Suuday after Kaster (Low Sunday). Celebration of the Holy Communion, 7 a. in., and with sermon at 11:45 a. in ; morning prayer, 1 1 a, in. The music on Kaster day will be repeated lu the morning. Kvensong and sermon, 1:M) p. ni. The Daughters of the King (3. Ague chap ter) will meet at 4 p m. The Brother hood ot 8. Audrew (S. John's chapter) will meet Tuuoday night at H. The litany will be said next Friday afternoon at 4:30. The continuation class will meet next Saturday afternoon at 3. B0TBL ARRIVALS. (.HAM) If Mtui.. B'liJ. Swartz, W. A, Robinson, Santa Fe; F. K. Williams, Phoenix; II. F. (treeu, Chicago. HTTRIIKS' KfKOI'KAN. Avis I. G irdiner. 1'ennsvlvanla: li. I.. noodhnrt, List Angeles; I), f. Keeley. Lamy; R. P. Brown, W inslow; Mrs. VV. A.. Davis, Winslow; p. 11. Sklpwlth, St. Louie; i. B. Nichols, Lsguna: ('. W. Pot ter, H D. Steel, Denver; C. W. Layman. naneas i ny . h. iiciiidiuh. Man Fran cisco; J. M. Tyler, Socorro; O. Bennan, J. II. Bohrman and wife. San Francisco; Miss Otero, Santa Fe; Miss Grace Davis, Winslow. IlilTKI. HllillUNP. J. Lee Polster. St. Iiiiis; George Klllott, Denver: ('. Gardner. Milwaukee: W. A. W. James, Santa Fe; II. B. Achter, Musca tine, Iowa; II M. Varnell, York Harbor, Malue; C. G. Wade, Deliver; K. B. McCuen, Han Antonio; B. W. Crulkshaiik, F. O. W hiteman, Sun Marclal. Special sale ot black dress goods at The Kcoiiomlst. Awarded Highest Honors World'! Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair. DH' CREAM PAEON A Purt Oftp Cream ol Tartar Poadrr. 40 YEARS TI IE STANDARD. , : .. ' Hi' A MIRER 51URDERED. Th! tcd Body ef Gcorrs W. dwlnn Found la Shikcspetre Canyon. Last Saturday the body of Ueorjre W. Gwlnn. a pronpertor and miner of Shake epeare canyon, near W ater Canyon sta lion, was found at the dump of his niln lug claim, where he had been working alone for some months. He had been shot through the body from the back with a Winchester rills, ami from the course of the ball he hail doubtless been Mint when In a stooping position while working over the dump. Us had evi dently been dead for several weeks, and the body was In a bail state of decomposi tion, though still recognizable. His cabin near by had beeu ransacked and everything ot value taken, as was also tils mule, horse and saddle. Mr. Gwlnn was born aud rilled near Qettysbnrg, Pa., and was a mau probably between oo and HO years of age. He came to the Kocky Mouutaiu region shortly after the close of the war and was well kuown throughout Colorado, Arizona aud New Mexico, where his life baa been speut aa a prospector, and be has discov ered a number of valuable mines which be had, like most prospectors, sold be cause he did not have sulllclent money to develop them. Though he was well kuown to many parties lu this couuty aud was a cheerful talker, he was very reticent about bis own busiuess and lit tie is kuown ot his private affairs, uor whether he left auy money anywhere. though he always paid cash for every thing he bought, aud while not extrava gant always appeared to have eufllclent for his needs. He was a mau who attended strictly to his own business was kind, sociable and free-hearted, and was not kuown to have an enemy In the world. Thus II Is hard to come to any ooncluslou aa to what prompted his cruel aud cowardly murder. Among many other theories suggested Is that It may have been thought that he bad money concealed about his place aud the murder waa tor the tmruose of rob bery. Bat as suggested, the authorities are thus far completely at a loss tor a motive for the crime or auy clue to the perpetrators. LordHburg Liberal. Catarrh Cannot Hm I'nrad with local applications, a 4 they cannot reach the seal ot the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional tlmease. aud in order to cure It you must lake iulerual remedies. Hall s catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, aud acts directly ou the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medloiue. It waa prescribed by oue ot the best physicians In this country for years, and is a regu lar prescription. It Is composed ot the bent tonics known. Combined with the best blood purl Hern, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect com bination of the two ingredients In what produces such wonderful results In cur lug catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Chk.nky Co., Props, Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Postomve Matter, Milton N. Klford has been appointed postmaster at Lake Van, Kddy county, vice Frank G. Campbell, resigned. George L. Beavers, chief of salary and allowance division of the postolllce de partment, left Washington on a tour of innpectlon through the went and south went. He will visit Las Vegas, where the prmtotllce department Inteuds to i tahlinh a free delivery system. btrong, steady nerves Are needed for success Everywhere. Nerves Depend simply, solely, Upon the blood. Pure, rich, nourishing IJlood feeds the nerves And makes them strong. The great nerve tonic is Hood's Sarsnparilla, Because it makes The blood rich and Pure, giving it power To feed the nerves. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures nervousness, Dyspepsia, rheumatism, Catarrh, scrofula, And all forms of Impure blood. Near Meslro Aiilntmeuia. Advices from Washington state that Philip J. Feehau, of Kaunas, has been ap pointed blacksmith at the l ulled Htates Industrial Indian school at Hauta Fe at a salary of IPX) per annum, and that C. K. Goodell has been appointed ganger for the internal revenue district of New Mex ico and Aritoua. The appointment was made upon the recommendation of Col lector Morrison, to flit a vacancy caused by the resignation of Ganger Dobhlus. Two years ago K. J. W arren, a drug gist at Ploaaaul Brook, N. V., bought a small supply ot Chamberlain's Cough Iteuiedy. lie sums up the result as fol lows: "At that time the good wers un known lu this section; today Clmmlier laiu's C' ugh Kemedy Is a household word." It is the same iu hundreds of communities. W herever the good quall tlee of Chamherlalu'e Cough Remedy be come kuown the people will have noth ing else. For sale by all druggists. Ara Vso In UT Have you a new Jeweled beltV If not, why not? Perhaps you have not yet seen ours. Do so at once. KOSKNWlLU BltOTUKHd. We are now prepared to show what we believe to be the best assortment of men's hats ever brought to this territory. From a to cent cloth hat to a i Stetson, and we think we can suit the most fas tidious in that line and probably savs you a little monev besides. It don't cost anything to see them. Milium Hteru, the Ballroad aveuue clothier. Noveltlea In our qusensware depart ment, W hitney Co. When Yon Get Down Mil the Grip Consult your physician and bring or lend your prescription to ox, where it will be compounded with every care, due dispatch and from the purest Drugs and Chemical. J. H. O'RIELLY & CO,, cnuoaiaTB. Surplus, 950,543,176. The Surplus of A Life Assurance Company is not only the measure of iinancial strength, but i also the fund from which all dividends to policy-holders must be paid. The Equitable has ' the largest Surplus of any life company in the world. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OFTIir. I Miril HTATKW, "Striingrst ill the World." WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager, New Mexico and Arizona Dept. Albuquerque, N. M. WALL PAPER Wholesale and Retail, from i . ',c to $4 per double roll. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING (nod Work 1 Vices. at Reasonable THE BEE HIVE in West Gold Avenue. THE GREEN FRONT Shoo Store, WM. CHAPLIN, - PROP. 113 West Railroad Avenue. The best and cheapest (dace In the city for Ladies' and Gents Fine Footwear. I' Ladles' line Low Hlioes, blnck or tan. manufactured liy ('. r. rord & CoM the he-t niiiiiiifartory of I.ndiee' Hhoes In the world. I'riees from l ih to a psir. h Ine line of Ladies' .shoes, hlack or tan, IK) cens to 1.50 a nlr. Ladies' hand tnrned ami Uoodyesr welt shoes. 2 60 a pair. I.sdies' line button and lace shoes, from :i: to a pair. Boys' shoes from SI. mi to 11.50 a pair. A line line of nonplus shoes Just re ceived; latest styles In black or tan, lace and congress, from J 25 to o.uo a pair. All mail orders promptly attended to Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at "20 Henry street. Alton. Ill , suffered with sciatic rheiiinatiHin for over eiuht months. Hhe doctored for it nearly the whole of this time, uxliitf various remedies reooin. mended by friends, and was treated by the phyHlclHiis, hut received no relief. She thru nwd one and a half bottles of Phauilierlaiii's Fain Balm, which effected a complete cure. This is published at her reiiuest, as she wants others similar ly sill ;ct. m! to know what cured her The 2A and bo cent h:.s for Bale by all drug- KM' l.ow rmcrs in hoc t: Kit. Three iiitrkiiKes Lyon Coffee for. ... i KreMh K minus run, two dozen Native mgx, per diaell Hillihiiiu nhredded cocoanut, per lb.. 'IinmI linking powder, 2 Ihs SchlllltiK's lie-d baking soda, 3 lbs. . All the best brands of iauudry soap 7 cakes flotd Dust washing iiowdcr, per pk.. Kour chiis of best lye Silver (iloss starch, : pM-kaues .15 26 .211 .2ft .26 .26 .20 .25 .25 i nier or wine vitieirar, s-r gal Lucca olive oil, per gal KlneM Did Kys or Bourbon, per it California grape brandy, per at.. .an 2.50 .75 ,75 And anything else iu the groceries or 'iiior line at bed ph-K prices at A. l.DMHIHIMj'H. K.Iih ttte I our ltvii-l Willi it.mr.ts. .tiy I itlliHIUi-, C.:re fortl l.lt Kill finfvet II i! C rm. (IruiKiM-, r fund uimtip Call at "The (ireen Krorrt" shoe stow for children's and misses' sandals and oxfords, black and tun, latest styles. A to S, Hli cents; K'j to II, W) cents; 11, to 2, 1; ladles' oxlords, l. W. I lutplin, pro prietor. T. ev.lm.lv rein I 'and. Call 4 Sl. :iri ir. the iniiat won- Cine lei I l iIim-ihit. i f II, uj.'e, i!tiiit- jut. mitl uud ihs, 1 1 1 1 1 it III Ihe lie.!.', net veilllv ly i,n K i.lj.t-v k. liver mill Im.vel. l i (instiie II enl;." H.wl. in, Ii.ii- u,ll, ', le. 'T, liiitilln i riiliHtiiuUoQ 4. I'l.nte I, iy ntnl rv i !mx l i. : lo. , Mi i eiim. Muldauil Cllli' III .,IM'I ttml liiliiniMii Ol (!. '. l.i gum ante, , to euru liy ull iIi iuki.i.. Will lur Sale. Native wine, purs and healthful, at only 50 cents a gallon at C. A. Grande's 5 north Broadway. lu u ul . Illnuil Deep. Clean 1,1,,.,. I in,.., ,n ,.!,. ini yu iK MIlly Willi, , ii. 1 aivu,t ,.n,lv i ,,. lie nun luiir , ,,,0,1 in, J L, it ,' :, i. ltllTI!l( lii tin- l.,y In, i ai,. I ihmi.tr "H im in tl,e .m,v. I;. u, i. ...I ... ... illlltli In :4iiih mini, lea. I,iu. I.L.i. i,... 1.1....1. i.f... .i and tliiit mi'My liiluiim e,,i,,i,... ,', , i... ,l, ' -lienuly lur leneenl.. All .In,.. gum, Al,.lu,'lh,n giuiiuiileed, loe,2i,6oe. Farawls, parasols, all styles and price 000 at the Big Btore. Whiicomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open A.11 tlie Year. Good acc irrioJations at reasonable rates. The following is the analysis cf one of the vatious springs at the Resort: bodium chloride, grans per gallon Calc ium sulphate, gra ns per gillon Calcium cubonate, grains pt;r gallon Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon ..... To'al II-337I Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning. FARE &J. KACII WAY. Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New IWexico. H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. HA.ivir'i-iXi nooM. "The fletropole" JOHN WICK9TROM, Prop. The Best and Finest Liquors and Cigars, Imported and Domestic, Served to All Patrons. NO. 114 WEST n.ULUOAD AVENUE W. V. FUTRELLE, Cor. First aad Gold, iTefi"- NttlT and Chieago Lumbar Baildlnf Papar r. 5-o.',' t 'il-.1ii(d aii tii'.V always la Block First St. and Lead ESTABLISHED 1878. L. B. PUTNEY, ."01d Reliable' Wholesale Grocer I PLOUK, GRAIN & PROVISIONS. Oar Lata a apaolalty. Farm and Freighit Wagons ! ILROAD AVENUE. t WM. o i comnleto btoek of t ho Good Goods at low Prices. 113 Railroad Avenue. TI-IE Ths newest and best goods from the leading potteries of th world, ia wholeule or retail. Choice table ware, elegant toilet sett, beautiful vasei) a full line ol gUitware, bar goods, lamp chimneys and burneii. enameled ware, tinware, broonu and brushes, toys and dolU. 118 SOUTH FIRSTSTHE""r J. 0. GIDEON & CO., Dralrr In New and Second-Hand Furniture Furniture bought, sold, rented and t xi li.ined. 1 Iiyheat cash price paid for all kinds of h usi-hold 1,'oods. (et others' bio's and we will gee them 10 per cent better. All goods sold cheap for cash or on insull'n nis Iro. X 1 1 TAJortlx ALBUQUERQUE. - - THIRD STREET T AU kinds of Fresh ind S,i Meats. .. ,. .-. .. Steam Saiwage Factory, 31 A SONIC TEMPLE, Til J HP STJIEET. ME MARKET EMILKLELNWOUT.Prop .1917 4360 8.1896 1.5188 OXaTTXJ IIOOMH. Wiiolfsalft an i IMai 1 Dealer F HOUSEHOLD HOODS 11 1 id H1CYCLES. Hold C'tieup for Caiih or on tt,r InntHllment I'lan. Aluo rented st res.onsl.le rate.. ( Albnqaerqne, New Mexico. Jul, Doom, Modi, Rtitir, llui, daunt srafriiileal'srXXtunttrl film hlBU.Ilf. Ave., Albuquerque. irrfi lha Larmat bbH Stunt ailnala kuMik ar :staple : grocekies:- 1.1 loaxl Santa watt. t ALBUQUERQUE. N. M - :i:v 1 1 1 jn , iglus Shoes ml Slippers. Uuttcm and aeo Shoes of All Di'sc: iplions. Albuauornue. N. 1VT. FAIR- First St - - N. M. JACOB KOKBEIU CO Waflons. Carrin(es. Buckhoardsl Ths l)Mt KHUro-Mi,1 Vahlclas.. Pine noi-se-Shoeinc Specialty. tiitlisfautioa OuaranWl la All Work R(lrin(r, Paintln au.t Trimming I oii s cq Hhorl Notion. 1 1 1 1 1 1 Stop, Cornar Copper It. tod First St., ALaOQClBurB, If. U.