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Bjrup of Figs in Uken; it is pleaeant "id refrnehing tOth tanto, and acta gently yet promptly on the Kiilnrya, irer and Bowels, cloanapa the sys tern effectually, dierwle colds, head aches and fevers and onrea habitual constipation. Syrop of Figa is the only remedy of its kind ever tro duoed, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy ana agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the moat popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drag, giste. Any reliable druggist who may not hare it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA HQ SYRUP CO. uumiut, tr. urn roar; ah Lit M J r i i. V ( 'IT i j fcft HO FAITH IN SPIRITS. Santa Fe Inform lis Eot;laeeri to Quit SplrltualUm or the Road. Hereafter engineers on the Santa Ke wliu tellers In Spiritualism rount be ear ful ami nut dlwlose their belief, eaji the T.ipeka Htats Journal. Lat fall quits an excitement raged among the railroad men of the eaatern and western dlvlelons'of the Banta Ke over tlie niessHgrs they recelred through mediums supposed to corns from the spirit world. Several engineers received warning not to take their englues out durtug certain periods lest they abould meet with some accident. Others wers to run slowly over certain parts ot the road. Others saw warning lights on the running boards ot their engines and one engineer ueed to see a lltfht In the Nor touvllle cut. The euglueers and others wers continually receiving messages and warnings. It was thonght by the ofQclals of the road that spirit nieaaagee were sometimes followed closer than train orders, and just before Master Mechanic George Smith left Topek he called several ot those Interested In spiritualism Into his office and told them that If they w lulled to continue on the road they mutt drop spirits and mesHages. Since that verbal order was made not a word of spiritual Ism has been beard along the line. ArrlTal ml the MllUalana. The daw of the a lveut ot this happy period has so often beeu tiled by prop-heta of many creeds, and there has been so tunny diNtpp'tiutiueutM, that a grave doubt ot its reality bus gotten lu tbe niliuN even ot the credulous. Hut those acquainted with the tacts are awars from uemonal olMrrtraliou aud expert ence that tloetetier's Mioiuacli Bitters Is an aduurabls means ot preventing and remedying klduey aud bladder com- plaluis. Liver and malarial trouble, constipation, sick headache, nervousness and unusea ars all overcome by this beu etlccnt regulator and tonic. When ao petite Is Impalrel aud sleep broken or unrefreehlug, a wiiirtirlaseful shortly be fore nit-als aud before retiring will do much to remedy the difficulty I'roeeeillr j. Against Mmb Thlavaa. John 11. Bar gnu t, of 4tio Arriba eouuty came to Santa Ke last ulght,aud this morning gave Information to District At torney Spices which resulted In instigat ing criminal proceedings in the district court of Klo Arriba county against Km. A. Ilooten and David M Todd tor stealing sheep aud goats, says the New Mexican " Some time back ilooten and Todd stole i:J sheep aud 00 g( ats from Nestor Vigil and sold them to Mr. Palmer on March bo. Vigil Hacked the animals to ths cor ral ot Mr. Palmer, aud ths latter paid for them the secoud time. In the meantime Ilooten aud Todd made their way to Colo rado, where Ilooten was arrested and placed lu jail at Pueblo. Todd Is still at large, but is located aud will be arrested at once. Ktuulslilon papers for ths re turu ot the men to New Mexico have beeu Itemed, aud they will be brought back to Klo Arriba county for trial. f-m phi. Bend your address to H. K. Bucklen A I'd., Chicago, and get a free sample box ot Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will Convince y.iu of tlielr merits. Theee pllln are easy lu action and are particu larly eneclivs lu me cure of connitpallou and sick lies Ittche. For malaria aud liver troubles they have been proved in valuable. 'I hey are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub staure and to be purely vegetable. They alo not weaken by their action, but by Klvlug tone to the stomach aud bowels greatly Invigorate ths system. Kegular size per box. Hold by J. 11. U uielly & Co., druggiets. SAM a ric V iom the New Meilian. Ths Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrard Coleman, Is seriously 111 with pneumonia. Mrs. Vlcentita Montoya, ulrce of lion aud Mrs. Amado Chaves, celebrated her 17th birthday by eutertalulug a number ot her youug frleuds. Misses Kloeeteand Theresa Oildersleeve are expected to arrive lu ths city this week on a visit to their father, Uon. C. IL Otldersleeve. They are now visiting Mine Mamie Waldo lu Kansas City. iiattte Vau-Cltft Garlaud has filed suit against James Uarland tor absolute di vorce on the ground ot desertion. Gar land's whereabouts ars unknown. ILL. Ortix appears for Mrs. Garlaud. Colouel 11. B. Mersey has received a leave ot absence until the end of this month t.'om the chief ot the weather ser vice, and Assistant Observer 8am K. Black Is In charge of ths weather office for the preeeut. Dr. F. Palmer, of Cerlllos, has Died suit against Sheriff H S. Kluaell and W. IL Keunedy, sureties, for tbe recovery of the money due on a note of $500, Issued by T. K. Moore, as principal. Attorney Or tix is handling the case for the plaintiff. ADJOURNED MEETING. Th fcotre of Aldcrm.s ta teuton al City Ball LM Khjht. til cm norma awaided. At the adjourned meeting of the city council last night, the mayor and all the aldermen were present The reading of ths miuutes of the pre vious meeting was dispensed with and ths council proceeded to business. The b 11 for 1 234.2. tor wire for the eloctrie Ore alarm system was referred to ths fluauee committee. Ths printing ot the city ordinances aud notices waiawarded to tlx p.'nwrat Publishing company at oue cent a Hue. Ths Metropolitan restaurant agreed to furnish meals to prisoners at ten cents each, and Mrs. Loulsi Kosil at 12 emits. Aa iiellher ot ths bUders furuished the 10 earnest money -required, ths clerk wit i instructed to advertise for new bids. J. W. Palmer was given ths contract to furnish the city teams, bis bid being (43 per mouth, while W. L. Trimble A Co's. bid was $). A petition for the enlargement ot ths (lotduson park was referred to the street Committee. Mayor Clancy then addressed the conn ed on ths subject of water, light, police and revenues as follows: HKVENl I. While It has beeu possible to keep our expenditures within our Income during the last year, yet we have been compelled todeny ourselves many things In order to accomplish this. It there are any sources ot revenue which have been overlooked, we shall now avail ourselves of them. As to any general tax, Increase Is Impracti cable. It Is quite possible, bowsver, that some things which might be required to pay license have not been so taxed. The council should examine this question carefully. It has been suggested that uickel-tu ine-siotmaclilnesotiiiht to Day license, and also pawnbrokers, neither of which philanthropic Institutions now pay anything. Close attention should be given to ths license ou gaming tables. noue snoum os allowed to run without pa lug, aud an error Into which some men ars Inclined to fall should lie cor rected, and that Is the belief that but one license Is required, even It there are a dexsn different tables In the house, If not more than oue game Is played at any one time. I recommend to ths council ths con sideration of whether It Is not poaelhle to increase ths retail liquor license so as to augment our Income without Injustice to anyone. Ho long as this liquor btiHlneee is licensed, it may us conndered a law ful business, and ws should bs slow so to act as toexclnde any proper persons from tlie business or to lavor the wealthier deal -re at ths expense ot the poorer. Ths business Is, however, of that character that It should bs compelled to pay, as railroad men say. "all that ths traffic will bear." I am Informed that there are over thirty such establishments lu Albuquer que. This clearly Indicates, when ws consider ths slxs ot the town, that the business may be a profitable one The license should certaiuly be increased to as blgh amount as may be possible without driving any large proportion of these people out ot business, it such au Increase be made It should be borne iu uilud that our schools are largely de pendent upon receipts from liquor li cences, aud If there is any chance of diminution In number, some portion of the city licenses should go to ths schools to make np tor any possible loss. Any substantial Increase In this tax would probably bavs the effect ot tem porarily closing some of ths drinking places, but, unless ths added amount was so large as to be prohibitory In character, all or nearly all of them would probably be re opened In few mouths. In connection with the subject of revenue, attention should be called to the financial condition of ths city. According to ths report of our last treasurer, the city has a bonded Indebted ness of alsiut $s,ooo. I am Informed that there are outstanding about t.imu of Interest bearing warrants. A portion of theee warrants must bs Illegal because In excess ot ths Congressional limitation of four per cent upon the assessed valua tion of property lu the city, but the re mainder evidences valid Indeiitsdnees, It Is, however, under the provision of what is known as ths "Haleman Act, Impossible for ths city to pay any por tion of this valid Indebtedness out of current revenues. There Is no good rea son why so much of those warrants as ars legal and valid should not be funded under ths Bateuian act, and It would be only an act of Justice to ths holders that their warrants, tor which they ean now get nothing, should Is) converted Into bonds which would at once be worth par. 1 recommend that steps bs taken toward this end. WATER. A large part ot the vexatious questions which or ten disturb cities, as to their water supply, is removed from our con sideration, as we have a ooutract with a water company tor the supply of water to the city and to private consumers, which has many years to run. It has been said that it is disputed as to whether quite all ot the oue hundred fire hydrants called for by that ooutract are iu actual use. There Is uo reason to suppose that the company does not desire to perforin IU contract fully, aud if the full one hundred are uot In use, it is probably because the council has not ordered them. The con tract shows that eighty-tour were lu ex istence when the agreement was made iu lH)t, and the other sixteen were to be placed as might be ordered by the coun cil. Ths record of the couucil ahould be examined to see It these were ever or dered. A subject worthy ot consideration Is the extension of water mains. As the city grows, the residents ot districts uot provided with water should be supplied at the earliest practical moment. This Is their right. They bear their share ot the burdeus ot municipal government aud should receive as much of Its benefits as is consistent with the ability ot the city. If the oue hundred hydrants are not all placed, the city may require extension of mains without regard to the Income the water company may derive therefrom; but If the hundred are lu use, extensions rau be ordered only when ths groa In come therefrom, exclusive of hydrant rental, shall eual six per centum ou the cost. Certainly wherever such Income cau be had, there must be such a uuiuber of people that they have a right to I furnished with water for household use and for protection against fire. If the city cau bear the added expense. It Is said that there ars several such exten sions imperatively demanded. Lii.ur. I believe that all the city has ever done on this subject, so tar as Individual con sumers are concerned, is to grant privi leges to a gas company aud to an electric light couipatiy. No attempt appears to bavs beeu made to regulate these com panies as to their methods or as to the aiuouut ot their charges. There have been many complaints as to what ars considered excessive charges by both companies. These may or uiay not tie well founded, but they certainly consti tute a proper subject for Investigation by the council; and for Its actlou.lt any action Is) necessary. A recent voluntary reduction In the price of gas would seem to Indicate that there may have been, lu the past, some foundation for a portion at least of such eouiplaiuts. The public lighting of the streets has been provided for by a recent ooutract, which does uot, however, from appearance, seem to have become operative. 1 hie demands Imme diate attention. POLICE. J Ths ouly practical suggestion wh'ch 1 1 desire to make on this uoj'-ci Is that the I police judgs be required, wueu there ate prlsouers in custody, to hold sessions on Huuday mornings. This Is not for the beueut ot the oliender who may nave been arrested, bnt to avoid the expense to the city ot lodging and feeding those who might b released ou payment of dues ouiy, or who might be iouud not guilty. A p-titloii was received from the ladies ot the W. C. T V asking that ths water touutaiu at the corner of Second street and Katlroad avenue bs repaired. The petition was referred to ths street com mittee. The city attorney made a report on the coudltlou ot ths leases on hose tun No- Sand city building. He asked that the council appoint a committee to confer with htm on the b.md ot ex-City Clerk Dixon. Aldermen Burkhart, Marron and Neustadt wers appointed such a commit tee. Ths clerk was ordered to call upon ex Marshal Cobert for a float report. Ihe police committee recommended that W. B. McLaugb'ln be appointed merchanla's police without expense to ths city, and ths reeommeuWiion was adopted. Ths water main sxtenslon on Coal avenue from Klfth to Seventh street was granted, with thn understanding that no rent tor the hydraut ou the extension should accrue to ths city for a period of oue year. Chief Kupps addressed ths council ou ths bill of iM 24 for wire for ths elec tric fire alarm system, aird tlie same was allowed, with the proviso that no further etpeuditurss are to be mails on this sys tem. The Ore committee was authorixsd to make a lease for quarters tor hose com pany No. 3. A petition to extend ths water main on fourth street between Tijsras and moun tain road was received and referred to the water committee. Ths matter of tearing up ths sidewalk on Kourth street between Railroad aud Gold avenues, was referred to the street committee, the city attorney and mar shal, with power to act. Council then adjourned. Drill rr AaalO(. The members of company U are hereby ordered to meet at Armory hall, every evening at 8:30, Sundays excepted, for the purpose of drill. C, D. Rogers, csp- lain Commanding. Hnrklan'a Arabia lain, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chspped hands, chilblains, corns and all sklu eruptious, and post tively cures plies, or no pay. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or mouev reiuuuea. rrice, zo ceuis per dux. Kor sale bv all druffulsU. J. O. O'Riellt A Co. ' HOTEL ARRIVALS. 8TCB0I8' IDUOPXiN. A. A. Schrader, New Mexico; K. 0. Krench, A. Swearinger, M. IL Cooler, Wtnslow; K. Marcus, Los Angeles; A. B. Laird, Silver City; D. K. Brlgham, Katon; Theophlle Schuelder, La Junta: K: M. Sliupklu, Kansas City; St. George Creaghe, St. Johns, Arlxona; Kd.C. Watt, H. K. Burnett, Denver; L. A Malson, San Francisco; K. S. Waddles, St. Joseph, Mo. DUTEL HIGHLAND. D. R. Bliss, Memphis, Tenn.;Jay W ells. Kansas Ctty;L.IL I'm lit. Howling Green, Ky ; W. ('. Comstock, Cleveland, Ohio; Jas. R. White, lluena Vista, Colo.; Lou Jenkins, Mrs. Joe Ray, Sablnal, N. M. uHASD CENTRAL. W. II. Kvans, W. K. Boltr, Las Vegas; Mrs. J. K. Durlln, Wlnslow; Geo. K. Dunn, Hell's canyon; Mrs W. M Sterne, Santa Ke; .Mrs. K. 11. Sprague, Omaha, Neb.; Geo. K. Wlnnedire, Indianapolis, Ind.;Geo. Labadie, Las Vegas; K.J. Mul ing, Trinidad;; C. A. Post, Duraugo, Colo. After Many Years Have eliipscd people write to say ttiat the cures which Hood's Sarsaparilla accomplished are lasting and complete. No other inetlicliio bus such a record of cures. No other medicine possesses the great power to purify and enrich the blood and build up the system. H00d' PillS cure all liver His, re lieve couitipulion, assist digestion. 2ic. I, O. O. f Anulverssry. To-night at Odd Fellows' hall, the "IHh anniversary of American Odd Fel lowship will tie celebrated by ths local bodies ot the order. Tbe celebration will coindstof a grand banquet. The com mittee lu charge have provided every thing necessary to make a complete suc cess of the eveut. A largs crowd Is ex pected to he present. Judge W. C. IleaciM'k, a former officer In the naval service, who has been ou the anxious seat some iliue expecting orders, received instructions from the navy de partment to report at his earliest con venience to cither San Francisco or Wash iugtou for examination. The judge '.ll undoubtedly go t ) the trout lu a few days, as soon as he cau arrange his bus iness affairs here. Judge A. B Fall, of Las Cruces, passed through the city last uighl ou his way to Sauta Fe where he will assist Judge War reu iu defending Tom Tucker, charged with the murder of lllpolito Vigil, who has his hearing before Justice Mills this morning. L. V. Castle, ot thn Altou Milling and Milliug company at Hell canyon, came in Sunday night aud brought '-I ounces of gold with him, the product ot three days ruu of ths Altou mill. This equivalent to about I'MJ lu cash. Word has been received hers ot the death ot Mark Suowden, formerly a machinist at ths Atlantic & PauiUc shops iu this city, by suicide iu Burliugtou, la. The cause of ths act Is uot kuowu. C. A. Post arrived from Duraugo Sun day night and last night accompanied the remains of his wife, who died iu this city Saturday morning, to Glrard, ill. where they will be buried. Mies Hogau, sister ot Mrs. Calvlu Whit lug, after a pleasant sojourn of several months lu southern California, returned to the city the other day, to tlie delight of her many friends, The residences of Col. K. W. Dobsnn, with No. 471; Thus. Wright, with No. ".'; U. Itinera, with No. W have beeu connected with ths Mutual Automatic Telephone system. Rev. T. A. lieiidrat will address the German classes at ths university at 1:15 o'clock to-morrow afternoon on the sub ject "Klwa xur Rechtfertlguu Heine's." D. It Brlgham, of Rat in, Is hers to learn the latest war news, aud was talk lug war with the colousls at Sturgos' Kuropean this morning. SALE OP THS ROAD. Tbe t:cn Valley Rallroil rurcaittd ij Pec 01 Valley Jk NorttKtra. COXSTtVOTIOI TO BESIfl MAT 1ST One by one ths step leading op to the final construction and op r at I on of ths new road lor the valley the P c m V.il ley A Northeastern are b.'tu ulcu, and it can now bs said tlut all prelimin aries and preparatory arrangements are so conditioned thst there will be nc further delsy In the actual consummation of ths work, says ths K Idy Argus. Receiver K. 0. Faulkuer, of ths Pecos Valley road, John S. Macbeth, ot lsnver, representing ths M-rcantlla Trust com pany of New York, and W. K. Dunning, ot New York, representing the PeOH Valley A Northeastern, arrived In Kddy by special train early Monday morning. They came to attend the sale ot the Pecos Valley railway, advertised to occur Tuesday, merely a step In the plan of re organlxa tion. Tuesday, t 12 o'clock, on the depot platform, A. A. Freeman, spsclal master In ths ease, read the order ot sale as de creed by the court and thn offered the railroad, all the rights, privileges, fran chises and other property belonging to the Pecos Valley Railway company, to the highest bidder. W. F. Dunning, In behalf ot the Pecos Valley & Northeast eru company, bid .VK),(KK), and there be ing uo other bidder, the road was sold to him. At 12:30, Receiver K. 0. Faulkner of fered tor sals to ths highest bidder all the right, title. Interest and claim ot the receiver to cert tln assets, described In the notice of sale, of the Pecos Valley Railway company. They were bought for the Pecos Valley A Northeastern by W. F. Dunulng. tor $1,500. This practi cally completed the tiansfer and ths identity ot the Pecos Val ley railway was merged luto and will hereafter be known as the Pecoe Valley & Northeastern. Messrs. Faulkuer, Duunlng, Macbeth and Free mun left tor Roswell on a special train the same afternoon. They left there on W ednesday by stage for Lincoln, where Judge Hamilton Is holding court, and who has jurisdiction In the railway busi ness, to have the sale confirmed, and ar range tor ths passing of ths road from ths hau ls ot the receiver. The party will return tomorrow. Mr. Faulkner stated to an Argus repre seutatlve that the coutrol of the receiver will teimlnate, and the road be delivered to the new company at 12 o'clock on the night of April !H As Is already known, the contracts for construction work have been let, aud Mr. Faulkuer slated that work wonld begin at the Amarillo end promptly on May 1. The road will be constructed In sections, and aa fast as one section Is completed It will be turned over by the contractors to the construc tion company aud put In operation. The contracts call for the completion ot the entire Hue of road by December 15. Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 730 Henry street, Alton, 111., suffered with sciatic rheumatism for over eight months. She diKHored for It uearly tbe whole ot this tiuis, using various remedies recom mended by frleuds, aud was treated by ths physicians, but received no relief. She then used one and a bait bottles of rhatuberlalu's Pain Halm, which effected complete curs. This Is published at her request, as she wants others similar ly afilicted to know what cured her The 2ii aud 60 ceut si.-e for sale by all drug gists. Aeclilsulally Shot, Late yesterday evenlug as Pitt Doss Turner, at the Gardner coal mine, was returning home, be heard a girl's voice up on the elds of ths hill screaming. Taking several others with him, he pro ceeded to Investigate aud found Miss Mabel Lilly, aged 17, lying with a pistol shot wi mi J through tier body, ths ball having entered below the left hreio-t passing up aud nut under the left shoul d'Vblale. The pistol was lying on the ground near by, wrapped up lu her suit lion net. Ths girl refuses to talk alsiut the mat ter further tli ii n to say that she was shot accidentally. She Is ths daughter of Johu Lilly. It is believed tlmt she will recover, although there U a possibility lhat the wound may prove fatal. Raton Reporter. WIIKN THAVKI.INU, Whether ou pleasure bent or business, take on every trip a bottle of Hyruii of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly ami ef fectually on the kidneys, liver, and Isiweis, preventing fevers, headaches ami it her forms of sickness. For sale In 50 cent b ittles by all leading driiegista Manufactured by the California Fig Sy rup Co. only. Attention, Mm-toI,! Regular review Albu queiqiie Tent, No. I, K. O. T. M.. this eveiiimr it 8 o'clock, at the K. i'.liall.on (iold avenue. All memliers are ear nestly requested to at tend. By order of the commander. R.K. GfcNTHY. R. K. ( atarrh Cannot H lurad with liM-al applications, a-i they cannot reach the seal of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and iu order to cure It you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly on the hltsid ami mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not aqu-tck medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country tor years, and Is a regu lar prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with tlie lient blood purifiers, acting directly ou the mucous surfaces. The perfect com bination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In cur ing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F.J. Cheney A Co., Props., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, pries 75o. The cycling seasou is now opening and tha lirevsllifiiy niiMMtinn Id M hum un I get the best wheel for the money 1 care k invest r it us xuow your price, ws are certain to have a wheel that will lit it. We have good wheels only, but have many styles at many prices. HahuACo. If your grocer doesn't sell Schilling's Best tea, tell us his name, what kind you want (Japan, English Breakfast, Oolong, Ceylon, or Blend), and what size pack age you want. We'll see that you get it Don't send us any money. We don't sell at retail. saa Franciac SckUlhig f Company "v - " WnlTIAM MOaa J. Aftv do not have IN to n ft trrura of wn.tr tnt t lonVlnff'trluM. Thry hnr mod era mlrm that will trll them very promptly whether their beauty U facim. A worn mn'ft bentit fade Terr rnrtldly If he tmtibled with aome derangement of the distinctly feminine organism. Iftrnnranc of careleMned in thfa re pert frequently cauea frreat antTtrinc and irretnilarity in after life. Little itrevulirities and weak neefl in rMhood ehould be looked upon promptly and properly treated at one. Mnthera cannot be too conacientimia In IhN rerect, and cannnt throw ide the prudery that la ao pre Talent upon thl point too aoon. Every yount woman ahotild know aoraethitia aNmt net own phvirat nuke -or, and the Importance to her future of her loral aa well aa freneral health. A woman who anffers from wekneea pe culiar to her aes will rapMly 1oe her beauty, her renera, health, her amiability and her urfulnea ftnd capability aa a wife and housekeeper. IH. I'icrce'a l'ayorit Prescription promote regularity of all fem inine functions, flrivea aturdy health to the distinctly feminine oTran1m and pre pa rea It to meet the trivia of wifehood and moth erhood. The " Pavonte Prescription " ia not cure-all. It la Intended for but one clasa of disorder and is rood for no other. Taken during the period of gestation, it fnakea parturition eay, and banUhee the discomritrts of the expectant month a. All good tnrdicine dealers aell It. l wUh to exnresa hit thank fW the good I liave rerired from !r. rirrcfs Farm tie Pr rrtpllnn." write Mrs li. covin, of M.4t.n, UfhMint Co., HI. " f hv ned H at di1er ent ttmra for the lnt efvM vmr. It U the het IftrMMit f'i eivlaiit tn4Hera T nevrr tried It frr tht until my last hrlty. I hsd heen hud. almost helpless. I e"M not t"c t of bed el'Wie, or evm turn over. I.sst Iterrrnhsr 1 com wtrnced taking the ' Fnvorite prrsrriiilton,' and &"iM aoon jrH m and out of ld w-ll mn at any time On M -in h ith I gave birth to an eleven pound bny 'Mn7 fiatm, and have at oca twen aa well aad healthy aa I ever waa." Annual Subscriptions to Standard Magazines are offered as prizes for saving the wrappers from CUDAHY'S DIAMOND O SOAP Explanation on each wrap per the best laundry soap for sale by all grocers. Wall paper at Patrol It'. Dipping tauka. Whltnuj Co. Plumbing and gaa fitting. Whltnpy Co. Lamp and trimmings. Whltoajr Co Quiwnawara, glaanware and tinware at Tha Fair. NalWd wtu, (H eeuta per gallon at A. Loiubardo'a. HlghiMt prlora paid tor ganta' clothing at Hart'a, 117 (Iold avoniia. Friwh Kanwia man VlU rent, natlro gR !',' Cf nU, at Lomtiardo'a. It ton want anything In tha Mnding or Job printing line, call at ThiCitiihn OtllOft. Old Manac and Scmldur maple aap, only 20 cut per gallon at A.Lombar do'H. Old lljr, Bmirbon or brandy, "5 eenta per quart. Call for aampltw, at A. Lom oardo'a. Buy your camp atorM and hara your tin-work done at the BUr tliwhop, 2ow Hold arenas. Look Into Klein wort a market on north Hilrd Htreet. Ho has tha nloext froah naata In tlie clw. Hot chile con carne aerved every night at the Paradlxe. IHi not nilxa It Hactie chl & Gloml, proprietor. This week' apeclal aale at ttolden Rule Dry UomlM company la allka, dreaa good, euihrolderlea, Oiford ahoea and peri'alaa. The latent In ahlrt waUt art are the Rob K y plaid aeta and the entlu.ii jew eled eel to match Jeweled Delta, lloaen wald Brother. Have your root painted with aephalt elaxtlo roof nal nt ami your leaky rout re paired with aalieHUH) cement. A. YY. Harden had It. The beet place tor good, juicy ateaka and roaata ami all kiinta of nieaU, kept In a Qrt rlaaa market, at Klelnaort a, aorth Third Htreet. Be wlee and attend epecial aale at Uolilen Itule Dry liooila company'. Kx traonlluary low price ou ailkn, dreaa good, eiubroMerlea, low ahoea aud per cale. Ladle wearing number 2'.', 3 and 3' nhoe. can aecur aniim great bargain at A. Hlmpler' cloalng out aale, a he ha an nnii-u illy Ur Ntia'k of the iiuin ber in mIiimwi which muet be dipoaed of at any aacrtuY. We would have no trouble with Bpaln If Mlie only realizel the InimenHe Mtrength and reMiurcea of our nation. If ynn un dertaxl our ability to provide for the wlnhea of our patron you would not go elewhere. Hahn A. Co., N. T. Ariuijo buildiug. ili'UUI) la IIIuikI llpi'p. ('It-ail M.m.-I iii,:i mm a rti'tiii HUiii. Xti i'.iiity k ii limit it. t a- iiii'Ik, I umlv Citimr tir rl. ail j.,ur I.IihxI hikI kii-i il i iciii, I,) lirrniK up tlii) l.uy lui r and cIiuii.k all iiu i.uiiii.n Iri.tii tin- bu,r. Il.k.in i,.,y to l.ani.li piinpli-n, IiiiiIh, 1,1,, t In , blarklx adu, iilnl t li.it ukly liilintia ciiiiiiIi'Iiiii by Inking CiiKciiri-tii, Uatity f.ir ti n ivih. All iliug giata, aatiefuct ion guurantwl, lot-, 2,60c. MllllM. If you are a republican and believe In the policy ot protection, then why not uphold your theories by taking out your policy for protection agaluHt tire In that grand, old, true and tried American iu Mtitution, the liiHiiranc Company ot North America, which ha protected American to the extent of over t'.Mi.Oiil. mm of liHe from lire. Or it you deire to be doubly protected, take a policy of the Philadelphia I'mlerwrller, guaran teed by two of America'! fnremmt rtoiu paule. backed by ovT lii,IKll).UUO of good American aHet. IlKNIlY I.ockiiaht. Komiii 4 and 6 (iraut Block. t-'tl-rt ll t jr h Ku. rni'.ir.'t 4 hi.'1 I '.illi.trt r. tlie llirmt won dOl'l 'I IU, tllt .i! til- i I'M ,,f tin- ut-i. )i t-R. a, ,t and i-rri.-Nlnn t'l llf lanie, n, i iit'iitly und MiHillvily on kldi,i' h. Iivci- anil liuH't'U, rk'aiiniiiL; tlm i'iitir nihI, in, llta'l t-ntdn, run1 lii'iiilaiili', ffvi-r, halillii.il niiiitinMou hi-I bi iHiic.t. buy and try a box ofc. (.'. (' lo-.liiv ; io, J. -irn. buldauil guaiaiiloil u euro by all ilrugitta. Call at "The (ireen Kront" hi tore for children' and mlxae' aamlal and oxford, black aud tan, lateHt Htylen. t) to 8, N5 cent; 8 to 1 1. IHI ceut; 1 1 4 to 2, $1; ladlea' oxlurd. 1. W. Chaplin, pro prietor. Kour can of rUing biiii lye for 'i! reuta. at Lombardo'. Hpe'lal aale of black dreaa good at The KcouoiuUt. Room moulding. Whitney Co. GREATEST RACE ALBUQUERQUE, NEW JV.EA.Y -0.-th, 5th, Gth, 7th, 1898. Ily My I Two Hundred Horses will stabled on the track and in temporary stables outside. All tho Great Stako Horses from San Francisco, St. Louis, Butte, Anaconda and Kansas City Tracks. LADY HUIiST. GKORGK TAIiMEK. LITTLE T. G. and other Stako Winners. Just as good as San Francisco or New Orloans. Special One-Fare Round-Trip Passenger Rate to Albuquerque FROM MAY 8 TO MAY 0. Don't miss the Grestest Racing Carnival ever held id the Southwest. G. C. B. CULLEY. Secretary. JOHN S. TRIMBLE. President fROPESSIONAL CARDS. IRA. HI.HOP PINIIOP, tOM(HOPATMIC PHYSICIANS AND Kurr.ir t mir. n( r 'timer nt pnM ore. ld Trlrplmna Nrw Trlruhonr no. air, aiaiiun ifi.ni.p, m. u.. nmr. hiTin, I In k p. m. rr. rk IV (l .lu.o. M. U.. oftlc. hnnra. a in 10 . m. anil 1 iu I and 7 to p. m T.kr rlrT.tm .1 Wlilttiry . JOHN TtmlHIH, M. n PHVHICIAN AN1 SVHOKKN-Offlcatn rt'.Ktrncr, 10? north t Iftb itrrrl. Uotm, I tn I and :BU In 7:lu p.m. HdocI.I ttentlot lr ti In cbnmlr nd dlv.m nt irumrn, ol trlrprrnr, Ma. Call, mi.i; Ii. davtlmc rnly. 4 RCIIITKCT-Plan.. .prclHcatlnn. and ra il tlmatr.farnl.hrd all rlanr. nf bnll.1 ln ard arrhltrrtnral work. UtUt.l soe Wtfl tallroad av.nna. ANTKHKAY BAIiTAHUAV, OFHCK and mldrnca, No. 41 Wmm (iold ariia. Trlrphnn No. t. OflJr. boon in a. m. i i wj to :u ana v to p. m. (4. 8. fcawrd.T. M . D. J. S. hartrrdar. M. D w. . Hiira, m. u, OrFICK HOUKS-lTntll e a. m. and from 1 :10 to :IU and from 7 to S p. m, Ofticr and rmdrncr, lao Wm (iold avanoa. Alba. qorroar, N. afl . UKNTINT, K. t, Alrr, I II. S. 4 UU1 If 1 III fll'V ihiii iwiti: II L-L-r n linn . uiihi iit.ursi v a. m. ii i.:hu n ni. i I un t. Ik n ... A ..... 1 I " f .... ... " . (.un.. in. iu. in. Appolntmenu made by mall. BKKMAHU A. HUUII, l TTOBNKY-AT-LAW, Alboqnrrqn., N. L M. I'romirt attrntloo alTrn to all bualnna prrtalnlna to the prulrMlim. will practirc In all court, of thr trrrltuty and boloia tba Lfoltad Htatr. land cttlc. WILLIAM U. LKB, A TTOHNKY.AT.UA W. omca, mom 7, (V N. T. Arm I In bullrilna. Will onnlr. In all tha coon, ol tba lanllucy. OMMMTON FINICAL. A TTOKNKY9-AT LAW. Albnqurrqne, N. t V M. ODIca, room, t aud a. k u.t National nana Duuuma;. Sb w. u. tmv AM . TTOH NKT-AT-LA W, Albnqnrrqna. N L M. Olbc. rim National liana buildln FKAIlK W. C LA MOT, , TTOHNKY AT LAW, room and , N a. T. Annuo bulldliia-, Albuiiurnjua, N. M. W. IIUHNUM, TTORNKY AT-I.AW. OfHcr otm Hob L rrunn'a arncrry .tors, AlbniueriU, N. at. -SALOONS- H. H. Warkentin I'KOFHIKTOU Albaqaerqne Bowling Parlors! Cornei Klrnt St. iu Copper Are, Theflnrrt Howllnf Allryg in tli Scmthwett iNice itim m to i.rnu tiit? cveinnii. The New Chicago IS one of the nitwit rmorM Id the city, and la HiijiplloJ wilt) the bent and Qunat liquor, KF1SCH a BETZLER. Proprietors. Bplaudld UV lug iluouia by the day, wtwk or mouth. 809 Weat Railroad Avenua. P. BAOARAGGO.,. Very Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars Trill d Htreet aad fljeraa Avenue. Atlantic Boor Ualll 8CHNKIDKR MX, Puoih. Cool Kac Haw on draught i tbe Bneat NaU.e Willi and the .ry bed of flm-claaa Llqooca, Ulve tw a call. kUiiaoAP A v.a 'a. ALaoocaaqoa. A hotod flww, CrandrA I'arentl I frum thrm w rran, TJJ ' all liirnin of I.lMunm, Una and cncaA Hellablr (itality we aft hrrr. A to.11 pure kinhI I. their ld A Iwaya cool an 1 hnin, linr Krrr, D V i iiMr uti. 'Miallrd tu ot nea a a Noble Wlnra. 'ill pKtroh irf.-t, lilipnrlr'l h'kI il.niit.tit . a StiH k rnmpletl-W Dellf lou. C 4HIM, tfio. Ii. ri wr ifi.ln, Kf cIhik r t t!avur obtali tpxcellent K.M.... txitli i lf.ii anil iiml, fT J m Jin. c.i, ((.Mali ! ir.i Sure 1 &thll. at Albuu irriiiii thirr are pltMily lu.l.rnl.kAMlh A PAKKNTI Dn.GUrjrJ'S ONK FOR A DOSE. gH.miv. plnplM, Vnramt liioa.UM.. Furilr ttlMhlfH.d, ura ll.4U.h. o1 llt.iH.ti.ra. PILLS A lUOLmwil f th. Imiw.1. c ij.y . B Mr. r.rbMltti. Thya.llbr,npDor.i(-..u, Tocou 1"J '.;,a. V "'" '". "i fill I'o. f..r ei4 u dra,iMa. pa. aukAKKQ CO. Caua. (-a. Two fiara airo R. J. Marrnii, a rirug gM at 1'lnaxaut Hrook, N. V., boiifrlit a Ntiiall Htiiiiljr of Cliamlif rlalu'a CoiiKh KeiUHtly. IIh aiiuia up tlie rmult aa fol lowa: "At that tlnin the (tikmIh wore iiu known lu tlila awliiiii; to tlujr Clianiber lalu'e C"ii(li Hi'iiiwtjf ia a boiiatliold word." It la th aauie lu buintrmla of poinmiiiiltitN. M liHremr the Kiaxl quall tina of CliaiulMTlalu'e ( onifh HKiued; tie eoiue known the pwinla will have noth ing elite. Kor aale hjr all druKglrita. HuuMbolil (llMHla. Kor next thirty dayii I will jay lileheat raxh uripe for hoiiatlioli jriKxta of emry dwcrltitiou. lam't wll until tou gut niy bid. 1. A. M uittkn, 114 (iold avttuue. Mo-Ta-llan for l lfly I vota. (iuamlitmil !niih.i uab t f r.., urihiiii wiiak Bleu .iruua, blixid puiM. Uk il. All ilrun.1.1. "llxre la a Imauii that he who rune may road; the man ou the Columbia ta alwaya lu the lead. ' $75 and ll'io. Halm &Co. Nice bnlirlng riNuiiH, 'ii pinta per nlilit, at No. Ill Kirxt atriHit. Mra. V. Fareutl, propriHtiKaa. Novriltlea In our queeaaware depart ment. Whitney Co. Ever Held la the Scmthweit -ON- LOS PIUESTOS. MELODY. SlU KENNETH. First National Bank, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Authorised Capital ....1500,000 W Paid np Capital, Burploa andProflu 174JWOOO OAriTAXi, HOOOOOOOt The Bank of Commerca In Albuqnerqne, H. II. na lb ia roaaien auonairaa aaUal AMummki mm Ofm I'm n with DISUSOTOMi M. Oraao, rWld.nl I. C. BaLDBlMa, Lambar. W. C. LaoaAan, Capna'le B. r. aoaoixaa. Vke-Pratideot. A. Iiaaaaaa, Klataiaaa Una, wool, W. I. SraioKLaa. Caablar. A. M. Blaobwbix. Uroaa. BlacAvall Co, ttroeate B. t. Kasaeoa. Aaiiataol Caablar. W. A. Mazwbu, Wholaaale Oracalat. Depository for Atchiwn, TojHka k S&nU Fe Bllwi. c3 OO. Wholes alo Grocers, LAS VEOA8. N. M. cjujrieta, n. m. AIiBUQUERQUE. N. II- JUAXWELL TIMBElt 'X -rr r rw nrvn.no a.tj txtvtt sd n AMERICAN SILVER TRUSS. LIGHT, 1 COOL, B..yloW.ar. tMalaa 6.v.r..l llarnla TN.prM.ur.oa Hip. 01 Back. Ko nnd.r.tr.i.. N..r boim. J wiik Contort. W. L,. TRIMBLE & CO. Liveiy, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables Second St., Dctween Railroad and Copper Arei Horaea and Mulaa Bengnt and Bxeknagad. Aganta for Colambaa BaoflT Comjaar, Tha Baat Tarnoota la tha Cltr CARRIAGE REPOSITORY ' Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victorias Duggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale, t t t Address W. L. TRIMBLE t CO.. Albnanerqae. New Mexico DEALKKS IN GROCERIES and LIQUORS FLOUR. FEED, PROVISIONS. HAY AND FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Imported French and Italian Gooiu Sola genta for San Antonio Lime. Yw Tflrr hoin 1X7. ?I . 1 Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works R. P. HALL. Proprietor Iroa and Bra. Caalmai Ore, Coal and Lumbar Care BhafUaf , Fullaya, Orate Bart Babbit )! i CoJumna and Iron Front for Boililinrei Repaire oa Mining and Mill Maohlnary a Bpaetaltjr. FOUNDRY: K'OE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. G. JrlEJNJEiY, VE. 13 8tndont of Dr. Phillip Rleord af Franco. 3 Vllxllis a. SpoolaltVe THIBTt-8IX YKABS' PBACT1CK. MKN ONLY TB4ATKD. A cor. guaranteed In ftcrr cut nmlrrtaken wben a car la prartlcabla and poaalble Hiinorrhora, mrri and .trlniir. aiirnlilr currj with Dr. Klrord'a rrenrh k.madlra. ktac.oi e..r-. pi-rni.neinlT cured within TIIKk'k DAYS. NO CUbhllS, SANDALWOOD OIL nor CUPilHA ukU Spermatorrhoea, winuial liNMe., nlaht riniMluna, Insomnia, depoadncy , l.illrallr cured. Klcurd'. inethml lra tlce.l In the WiirM'. Iloapltal, Parla. atereceucai O'.f ao.ooo patient. .ucceMlullr i iiied within the laat nlue reara. Can relet to Datleut. cured, b perinlwloii. Inve.tlM.te. (imce. vo'r sevenieeniu nreei, nea. tiiainpa. iwurw, wow. hnall.h, Krencii, detiuan Puli.o. atuaalan and Bohemian ajioken. buaaallaAUia, aad Oae i oriMp ina.oc. aoiiciiaai MEETING MEXICO hose iron. JOE HART. TOMMY TUCKER. U. 8. DurosiTom. Depository for the Atlantic A Pacific and the Atchison, TopekaJk SanU Fe spelt Jk Kailroad Cos. OFFICSHS UD DIRECTOR: iWUVl &&ATN0LD8....ritalda&l U. W. rLOTJRXOT ....TletrFraattatl A. A. EKK5 ....Cashier rHANK If oKKB. . . .Aaetata&i OashleC A. a. S&AHT. An laaxnea t: ta HapaaMe raaUMf rrakla tfaaataa. CO CATSKILL, N. A. B. RUPPE, PRESCRIPTIONS! 210 Railroad Avenue, luteal Telephone 143. llboqaerqns, I. M. 1S AND SI 7 NORTH THIRD 8T rwi) aouuuauua.