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Abtoluteljr Pur THE DAILY CITIZEN H11HHK8 A McCHKIIUlT, ITiilihhkm Tun. Hrwnm Kditor W. T. McCrkisht. Him. Mirr. and City K1 rCIILIIIHKII DAI1.1 0 WtKHLI, Aantiatd Vrrm Afternoon Tplwam. OtDrial Paper of HornalilloContiijr. iArgmt City and County Clrcnlatlon Th LarfrMt Now Mexico Circulation Larjrmt North Arlaona Circulation. ALBUQrKRQlIK. JI NK 6. IM Ths St. Louis U lobe democrat aayi that Tldy Koowvell ' rough rider arc art lag at It they agagad to Ibis war buRlnm tor the parpoaaot hurtlDgsoui taly. Thi Information that the first ipdl tlon to t'Qba waa met by bran band Inatead of armed Spaniard will doubt Ira eaune Colonel Drjau to go tearlog to tha front. Lkitkbs great wheat deal baa been cloned at a profit. It la said, of H.OUU.liOO to that operator. Ilia performaooe waa the grealeat and tuoet aucewtitul of all peculallona lu wheat. Thi mineral production of the lulled Btaloa lu 1M7 broke the record. It amounted to liW.fcio.liia, which la twice that of Great Britain and more than the production of all Kurope. The Bland Herald will noon be en larged to eight pagna. It la good weekly now, email aa It la. and the people of the Coohitl diairict ought to glT the Uetald Unit claaa aupport. Schliy's deet, including the battle- ahlpa Iowa, alaesacnuaelts and Teiaa,the armored erubter Brooklyu, aereral minor abipa and torpedo craft, dellrers a weight of 17,812 pounda lu on round. Tuk u ot ballooua la the campaign In Cuba will ahow tha readlnea of the United Biatea government to keep up with the laleet tdeaa lu warfare. The talue ot ballooua waa fully demontrated aa long ago aa the alega ot Paris by the Herman. Tui word ha paaeed around among the women folk that the aoldlera are In Deed of abdominal llaunel bandage. Ex actly what for la not thoroughly ex plained. The New alexioo boya with Teddy Kooaevelt oertaluly do not need any uch effeminate frill. Koh the ilMcal year ending June 30, 1W, the balaure on foreign trade lu faror of tha luited BtaUta wm 387,i1.V ouu. Iu leu mouth of the present O.'tcal year the balance 1 5M,213,ouo. Theae figure are remarkable and explain why gold ha come over In to large a stream. It hi figured that the total appropria tions by tha KlUy-udn congreaa will amount to fully 1.2Ai,U0U,Uua That la a guo! deal ot money for two years' ex penditures, but not at much aa it cost for a single year when the country's re sources were not one-third wliat they are now. The little bill for Wi wa $1,- i i Tui New York Bun la In the tor front of the territorial eipanaloulsta. The laying ot a cable to Maulla via Honolulu la declared to be an Immediate military necessity. The Bun say: "When the war Is over the Maulla and Ilonolula cable will become the Instrument ot po litical administration, and, later, ot a peaceful commerce vast beyoud the imaginings ot enthusiasm and pr oil table beyond the dreams of avarice." Tuk United Btates and Cauada are both to be congratulated that an agree ment baa beeu reached between the two government for the creation ot a com mlaalon for the settlement of all contro versies between the two countries. Theee Include the Hehrlug sea, the North At lantic and lake fisheries, border Immi gration, reciprocity, mining regulation In the Klondike aud British North Amer can poaseiailoua and also the deleriulua tlon of the Alaskau bouudary Hue. aBEXB) UlllSV MUM. Biz weeks ago Die Culled Slates had an army of only S7,ooo soldiers In all the length aud breadth of thi great laud. In a few day there will be Uno.uoo men uuder arms, aoo.ooo In th army aud 20, OUU In the navy, on their way to the 1'blllppluee, ready to invade Cuba or Porto Kloo, or for home defense, as the rase may demaud. The rapidity aud eat with which this vast army has beeu organized, equipped and drilled has ex cited the wonder and admiration ot the world. WiU ASU atL'alkKa. for fear that the fact may have es caped the attention of some ot those timid Individual who Imagine that the war la Injuring or may Injurs business, It may not be out of place to mention that the table of bank clearances pub lirihed for last week show an increase over the corresponding week of last year lu every clearing house reporting, aud a totul Increase of 32.2 per Cent. Hailroad Darnings lu the west show an luerease ot 15.1 per cent over last year. While wheat receipts run ahead of last year aud the crop prospects are excelled, the demaud baa not beeu diminished. The forlegn buying ot corn Is remarkable. Exports for the last week were I.IM.UjZ bushels, against 1 Ml, till bushel last year. Th stock market has mulutulned Its firm nM, th (tain for th w k awaElnp; tt 04 per liar In th lit mont aetW" railway atork anil 14 rent In trust atork. with holilers allowing no nnnanal dlnpnaitlon to renllea on th aiHane Loanahl fund ar plenty at ordinary ratna of discount. That terrible torpedo boat, the Tenia rafto, which has been lurking along the South American roast, lying in wait a many timid persona believed to deetroy the battleehlp Oregon a she went epeed Ing toward the north to Join Hampton. I now tying at Asuncion, under the pro tection of Paraguay' nentrality, where ahe will remain nntil the doae of the war with Spain. Thk fourth annni l catalogue of the New Mexico Normal School at Silver City ha been IimimI. The pamphlet waa printed at the Kntepri-4 ollire, and I a neat Job of work. The graduating claea of eeven acquitted themeelve with credit. This Republican I the name of a new paper at La Vegan It la neatly prluted and well edited, and deeervea a liberal patronage. II la a lrl. Last Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Mm. ft'. H. Cobb, wife ot the (fold avenne photographer, presented her husband 1th a baby girl, and the first word the little arrival eald, aa ahe rolled over on tha pillow were: 'Taps, did you hear the mocking bird whistler" and the veteran ot lloae company No. 2, without giving the matter the aeeoud thought, pulled on his fire fighting paraphernalia and start ed forth. Iherewaano fire Just at that moment eaveral, however, a few houra before and when "Daddy" returned they all had a good laugh at hi expeuee. Mother and child doing nicely. Foarlaaa Million Lrt ta Iharltj. An eminent clergyman haa prepared comparative table Mliowlng the amount of money left for benevolent pnrpoees by teetators In the L'nited Hialo during the paal mree year. Me unit mat the be quests for IK1 are I.ihji,uiw lu ex rem of thoae ot lM'.al. In the former year they were upward ot tu.uuo.ooo and In inn? mors than I I.ikw.ihh). BeneUceuoe haa other forma than that of money. Great remedies are among the nnwt precious legacies. Promlneut among theee Is Hos teller's Stomach bitters, a most effective remedy tor and preventive of malaria. Kuualiy eOli-acloua la the bitters In caaee of dyspepsia, constipation, rheumatism. nervousueHH, biliousueHS aud loss ot ap petite and sleep. Of lataraat to Plramaa. - At a meeting between the Qrs commit tee ot the board of utdermen aud Chief Kuppe yeeterday, Mr. Knppe was ordered to prepare a bill ot the present needs of the fire companies which will be submit ted to the meeting of the town fathers this evening. The chief will probably suggest that the hoee be (quipped with uotxlea with which the mea holding the noxle can regulate the site of stream. Iu yeaterday'a lira there was dlOlcully In having the stream regulated a the order had to be pasaed from mouth to mouth until It dually reached the man at the Ore plug. The new quarters of the No. 3 hone company on Baca avenue baa been accepted and the boss carl will bs housed there In a day or two. lhe No. 8 bone company will occupy the small frame bulldiug on the north side ot Gold avenue, between Second and Third streets. Au Kalarprlalua lrug (lit. There are few men more wide awake and euterprlslug than J. H. U'Kteliy A Co, who spare no paiua to aecure the best of everything In their line for their many customers. Ihey now have the valuable agency for Dr. Kiug'a New Dis covery for Consumption, Loughs aud Cold. This 1 the wouderful remedy that la producing such a furor all over the country by It uiauy startling cures. It absolutely cures Asthma, Brouchltl, Hoarsenesa aud all alfectiona of the fhroat, Cheat and Lungs. Call at the aiKive drug store and get a trial bottle free or a regular site for boo. aud I1J. (iuarautaed to cure or price refunded. Is easily received and readily retained bv any stomach. It restores aud reiculate. I he consensus ot medical opinion, based upon actual observation aud careful ex periments showa that Malt-Nutrlne pos sesses luteuse nourisniug strength aud wonderfully assists digestion, aud that it la Invaluable for the strengthening and uourtshlng of convalescents, weak child ren, thin blooded people and dyspeptics. Ma.t-Isutrlne la prepared by the famous Auheuser-Busoh Brewing Ass'n., which fu?t guarantee the purity, excellence aud merit claimed for it. raoillns Hill, Hon. T. A. Klulcal this morning re ceived a lettr from Hon. C. K. Grayson, the 8ilver City banker, who bat been In Washington aud New York during the past mouth, saying there wa no hope for the passage ot tha special act which Delegate rergusson has Introduced to fund the Indebtedness of the city ot Al buquerque. Also, that the only hope in tins dlrect'on was in the passage ot the funding bill for all the city and county indebtedness of the several territories. Interested persons can reach Mr. Gray Mia at 34 Nassau street. New York City. "There's no use In talkins ." sava W. II. nroauwen, druggist, ot l.a Cygue, Kan. "Chauiberlaiu's Colic, Cholera aud Dlar rhu Remedy does the work. After Uk ing medicines ot my own preparation and inose ol oilier l toot a iluee of Chamber Iain's and It helped me; a second dose cured me. Lund idly aud conscientiously 1 cau recommend It as the best thing on the market,' I he as and bo Cent sixes or sale by all druggists. War Haul. Twohoum' of three room each, and one bouse of six room lu the Highlands; also an eight room brick house with bath, partly furulshtd. Good locatlou, J. M. Moore, Grant bulldiug. Measlds fcgtjureloait. The Saula Ks Pacllle railroad will sell tickets to 1as Angeles, Hauta Monica, itedoiida and Sun Diego at the rate of lu for the round trip, three times each mouth during June, July aud August, t hese tickets will have a limit of niuety day aud require continuous passage east of r-an llaruudliio iu each direction, west of there they will penult atopover at the passeuger's pleasure. Dales of ule are Jui, e 1, 15, 211, July 2, I t, 7, August 3, 17, 31. W. B. Tltl'l.u Agent. Nii-Tu r irty I Hut. iua-liltM-t lint.j. I hnit ci.r MUM- weak Ail Ul Utftf IbU Bear canyon was a great place for pic ulc parties yestcrdny, aud the rugged old canyon fairly echoed with ths merry people. The Young Ladles' Sodality so cieiy oi tne lsiuoiic cnurcn, with a number of luvited friends, were out In th canyon during ths entire day, aud Trimble's "Jumbo" wagon, drawn by six big horses, never contained a happier and more pleaatiut party ot young ladles aud gentlemen. THB CUT IR 1RIBP, rtrtesal ass Gcaertl Paragraphs flckel Cp Hers aid Tiers. Th city eotinrll and the board of eda cation will hold regular meetings this evening. The board ot county commissioners and th probate court arc In session at tho court honse to day. After a protracted visit to her sister, Mrs. T. 8. Austin, of Kl Paso, Mis Ida Lorkhart returned home laet Saturday evening. The Raton Reporter announces that "Smith frankenburger and wife, ot that town, have departed for Albnqnerqne, where they will reside la the fntnre." Mr. Louis Honing, who has wintered In this city so that her children could havs the benefits ot good schooling, was at Los Luna yesterday, on a visit to the 'old home." Dr. C. . Wilkin and wife, who have been here the past few days from Gran Quivers, will leave this evening or early to morrow morning on tbelr return to Gran Qui vera. Miss Jeannette Rlchley, the pretty daughter of Conductor Joe Rlchley, lee- of the Hotel Highland, Is here from Las Vega, and will enjoy metropolitan life for a few days. Mrs. Wilds and daughter, who reside at Gallup, are In the territorial metropolis. on a visit to Mrs. Arthur Keith and Mrs. Ralph IHIL Ths visitors art wall known In this city, and they are heartily wel comed. Mr. A. P. Morrison, wife ot ths popu lar superintendent of ths Kngllsh mis sion for New Mexico of th Methodist Episcopal church, has Joined her bnsband In this city, she arriving from th south one evening last week. Ths Las Vegas Optic says: Robt. J. Fet ters, a young man who was In the city with bis parents a number ot years ago, eainsnp on ths early train from Albu querque and Is shaking hands with his many old trleuis In this city. Hernandei Mora, ths boy who was rnn over and bad his leg broken on Railroad avenue, haa been removed to his home at Chlllll. Ths boy has been cared for at ths home ot B. Kupps since the accident, Dr. Tascher being In attendance. Hon. Ullarlo Sandoval, ths county commissioner from Cabeton precinct, Is In the city, and Is stopping at the European. He Is here to attend the meeting of the county commissioners, now In session at ths court bouse. Mrs. Mary Young returned to Santa Ana, Cal., last Baturday night Ths lady came bere to make her future home with her son, Capt. "Syke" Young, the base ball player, but found ths altltule too high and was advised to return to Cali fornia. Hon Pedro Perea, the extensive sheep raiser of this county, cams In from Bern alillo last night, and was a welcome caller at this office this morning. He re turned the other day from bis ranges. which be reports in extra One condition for gracing purposes. W. A.Clark, ths principal owner ot the great copper nilue as Jerome, Arixona, and owner of other rich mines, passed through the city last evening wltb bis daughter, on bis way to Jerome from Butte, Mont Col. J. M. Moore, an old friend, met Mr. Clark at tbs depot. Word was recceived berc last night of the serious Illness at Santa Ks of Mrs. Wallls Locke, wife ot a well-known sporting gentleman, who formerly re sided In this city and San Marclal. Mrs. Locke, so our Informant states. Is suffer ing wltb a very severs attack of pneumo nia. Dr. Elder, assistant surgeon at the lo cal railway hospital, was a passenger last Saturday night for Denver, accom panied by Dr. U. M. Paden, ot Whits Oaks. They will attend the annual meeting ot ths American Medical associ ation, which convened at Denver thi morning. Mrs. P. F. McCanna and her three In tereettng little sons, were passengers last night for Oswego, New York, where they will spend the summer months, leaving "Daddy" to pursue bis duties as chief clerk at the local freight depot of the Santa Fe railway. Friends were at th depot last night to wish Mrs. McCanna and boys a safe Journey and pleasant so journ In New York. Messrs. Johnston & Finical filed to-day a suit against the Cochltl Gold Mining company to restrain It from taking water out of Peralta canyon to use In ths big mill now being erected in Colla canyon to reduce th ores ot ths big Albemarle mine. It la practically the same suit which was dismissed by complainants on last Tuesday, on account ot circum stances over which they had no control, and on account ot not being able to secure a continuance. The south-bouud passenger train, go ing south yesterday morning, was de layed several hours near Alamlllo, a few mile thi side ot Socorro, by a washout A heavy rain tilled ths aoequlas along the track, aud the water running over the banks washed away ths track for a tew yards. As soon as ths water had receded, or the course turned In another direction, the track was repaired and the train continued on to El Paso. No de lays from th south last night John Armstrong, president of ths Alton Mining and Milling company, and P. A Hubbard, a friend from Alton, III., visited the company's property in Hell canyon last Saturday, returning to the city yes terday. They were accompanied by L, T. Castle, a director of the company, and the party returned to the canyon this moruing. Borne good new about future operation by the Alton people will soon be announced, now that the president ot the company Is on ths ground. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gray, ot north Filth street celebrated the fourteenth auulversary ot tbelr marriage on Satur day evening last. Mrs. Gray was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. Alba Butler. About thirty-five friends were present on the occasion. A handsomely engraved silver water service was presented to the couple who were highly delighted at this evidence of esteem by their friends. Mr, Gray 1 at present eugaged In the gen eral merchandise aud ludlau trading business at Raton Springs, this county. Ths late Senator Herbert of New Jer aey, or wuom eastern papers arc now making mention, ha having died In Den ver recently, was known to a number of people here. Senator Herbert first cams to Albuquerque, accompanied by his mother, last fall and they lived for a part of the winter at the Di Mauro place In old town. From here they went to Den ver, where Mr. Herbert breathed hi last. Like many others, he remained In th east nntll the dreadtd consumption bad reached an advanced stage with him be fore seeking the health-giving clime of the Rocky mountain country. Jack Holland, a well known territorial base ball player, who has been In half a drxsn clubs throughout New Mexico and who I considered one of the heavy bat ters, surprised his friends by arriving hers Saturday night Jack left last fall for Dallas, Texas, where he Joined the club ot that city, and on Its transfer to Joplln, Mon he went along to Missouri. He states that Fred. Raymer, who also accompanied the Dallas player to Jop tin, will return to Albuquerque In a few day. Capt Wm. French, the big cattle raiser of Grant county, continued south to Sliver City on Sunday morning. He has Just returned from Colfax county, where be shipped there I.OUO head of yearlings and 3 year old steers on Fri day last This makes over 3,x) addi tional head the W, 8. Cattle company, ot which Captain French is manager, has shipped to Colfax county from their southern ranges to their large pasture In that county. Noa Ilfeld, ot "Ths Big Store," was a passenger for Santa Fe last Saturday night where on Sunday be attended the celebration of the engagement ot Miss Belle Ilfeld. of that city, to Capt. I. Ilarh arach, a merchant of La Vegas, th an nouncement ot this engagement bring mads In ths oolunns ot Tin Citi.kn last Satnrday afternoon. Mr. Ilfeld will re- torn to hi Albnquerqu business and boms this evening. Charles Mausard and wife parked their trunks last Saturday and left that even ing for the Omaha Trans Mississippi ex position, where they will help Commis sioner Lseson to talk np the wouderful resources of New Mexico for several weeks, after which they will continue fait her east, taking lu all the principal cities and seaports ot the Atlantic coast. They expect to be absent about six weeks. Mrs. Ilawley must know by this after noon, so It is learned, how many guests she Is expected tl prepare for at the Uni versity Alumni banquet which Is down on ths list to take place at her home on the corner ot Third street and Sliver avenue. Those having received Invita tion should at once notify Mis Mabel Alger. J. R. Eddy, ths railroad builder in fact, the high mogul operating the El Paso ft Northeastern rullroad came In from the north last Saturday night and continued south to El Paso yesterday morning. From there he will take a trip over the new line, now In course ot con struction, and theuce to the Pecos coun try. "I cannot tell you anything new about the Mllagros gold mines out In Hell can yon," said W. C. Saunders, "but ths com pany really expects to begin active oper ations In a very short time." Mr. Saunders has Just returned from Trini dad, Colo, where he had been In consul tation wltb the officers of the company. The Animatascope company, which, wltb the Cundlff Ciueograph company, made a three nights' stand at the opera house, will leave this evening for Santa Fe, where they will give several enter tainments. The Cundlff company will no doubt b ready to go on the road sometime next week. Mrs. W. H. Center, ot south Third street, expects her nncle and cousin, S. 9. Pelton and Mr. Charles Tuttle, to night on the eastern train. The lady and geutleman are residents of Wood bine, Iowa, and will spend the summer with their relatives here. On Thursday evening, the annual meeting ot the Commercial club will be held, and 0. N. Marron, president ot the club, would be pleased to see present a large number ot the members. He will read bis report ot the woikdone by the club the past year. The High school graduates have been photographed In their pretty and appro priate graduating costumes. They ap peared at Voorhees' gallery last Sutur day afternoon aud the photos of the five young ladles will soon be ready for friends. Jacob Korber, ths popular senior mem ber of the firm of Jacob Korber ft Co., wagon makers, was a passenger tor Saute Fe last Saturday night where bs enjoyed the Bahbatb and to day. He will return to the city this eveulng. Mrs. John Mann aud Mrs. Usury Mann, two sister, were pleased last Saturday night to welcome their mother, Mrs. Maerkel, who arrived from Mascoutab, 111. The old lady is hers to spend the summer with her daughters. Wallace Bowie aud Mis Annie Bowie, children ot Hon. Alex. Bowie, and Will. Cunningham returned to their homes at Gallup last Baturday night They were bere as students at the New Mexico uni versity. The Needles Ky says; Edward Daly, an old timer at the railroad shops, left Tuesday evening for Albuquerque, lis 1 suffering from rheumatism ami will be a visitor at the company hospital. Capt. Ed. Spltt, the cashier and occa sional outside rustler for Ilfeld Bros., re turned from a business trip up north last Baturday evening. Uncle Sam Says This Is America's Greatest Medicine. It will Sharpen Your Appetite, Purify and Vitalize Your Blood, Overcome That Tlrsd Feeling. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla and begin to tak It TODAY, and realize the great good it Is sure to do you. Hood's Sarsaparilla I ADMrlea't Uraatawt MwUolo. AU druxf !! , 1 1 . 1! 'I Two Battles. When a man g to war, he takes his life In his hands, an I he knows It He h of fered hN life to his country, nd he U willinv to give It. He kniw that if h Is killrd In buttle, his country will Irovlde for h's loved ours, n the battle of life, a man' life I plsdgel In a different way. He asmiie obligation that he must live to fiilllll. If he dle there Is no one to pro vide for his fn-nily, unless he has paid a lifeas-mrance com paLy to prjvtde for Idem. An Endowment policy In the Equitable iocity will alro give Mm a pen-don In hi old H(e, if he llvrs. Many good companies But only on BUT THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OS TIIK I'SJITKM RTaTKa, ".Stronfrtt In the World." WALTER N. PARKHURStJ General Manager, New Mexico and Arixona Department, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. j WALL PnPfR Wholesale and Retail, from 1 2 yic to $4 per double roll. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING Good Work at Reasonable Prices. THE BEE HIVE lis West Gold Avenue. Hundred of thonsands have been In duced to try Chamberlain's Cough Hem edy by reading what It has done for oth ers, and having tested Its merits for themselves are to day Its warmest friends. For sale by all druggists. WAMTSJD, roa SALBJ AMD IU1, Wanted A lady partner In restaurant Call at the Highland reelanraut. Wanted Girl tor general honae work. Apply at 717 East Street Mrs. John Butler. MiDaMI NORMaND, CLAIRVOYANT, J rttiiuint wni luttKiieuc neater, cau ue con sulted on all affairs of life. Give love and lucky charm. Will call at residence; no extra charge, llt) Bonth Third street, up-stairs. For Bale Two houses and lots. Inquire of Frank K. Daniels, 1413 south Klrst street Al buquerque. For Bale A fine driving and saddle pony, sIurIb foot aud trot Inquire at Kuppe's drug store. Native wine, pure and healthful, at only 50 cents a gallon at C A. Grande's north Broadway. For Sale A six room house, with fruit and shade tree. Call on Mrs. Dwlght Wheeler, Ull north Second street. For Sale Splendid cattle ranch. Best Jtlace In Jeniei mountains. Irrigated, i-ood building and fence. Gilbxkt La Bab, Fere, N. M. Itockloa'a Arnloa SaWa, The beet salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures rues, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refueled. Price 25 cents per box. For sals by J. H. O'Kellly A Co., Druggist. Hla-haat Cash Prtoaa Paid For furniture, stoves, carpets, elothlntr. trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc. Harts, 117 Hold aveuue, next to Wells Farso Express olUce. Bee me before von buy or sell. E-a ror UaUjhtag, Rinirle eomb Rrnwn lea-horn maaa frnm elect fowls, tl for 13. K. B. Hol.T, ft IV Keloher Avenue. tr,loOy fcy Ho. rcarrta aintv ('ullinrllc. the moat won lei l.il nualu-ut tlini-ovei-v of tliu ape, plt-aa-111 1 uiii) rulivalniiK to the taaUi, ai t iiuiilly and ioaillvily on klihievs, liver am! howela, cW-anaiiiK the entire si st.-m, dlaKl colda, euro liiHluuliu, fever, lialiitiml f-onatlialioQ and lilllnuaueaa. I'leaas buy and try a box of C C. (!. l-o-ilnv; 10, Wconu. bold aud guaruutoed to cure by all druggist. Honaahold Oooaa. Kor next thtrtr days I will pay hlshest cash prloe for household goods of every lescrtptton. Don t sell until you est niy hid. T. A. Whittkn, IU Uold avenue. Mhaap Dip. I am agent for Little's aud ('min er's sheep ill p. Uheep owners ran secure bargain from me. Those who buy sheep dip from me rau have the use of uiy rauch aud tlipplug pens free of charge. Hot. Bioti, (irants, Ne Mexico. Kacursluus ta tit laeln Coast Thla Mil in mar. The Sauta Ke will sell cheap excursion tickets to Los Angeles, Sau Metro, He- doudo Heach or Santa Monica during June, July aud August. The summer at the seaside is uot only cool and delight ful, but It Is a utost beuetlcial change from the high altitudes of New Mexico and Arixona. There Is no finer summer resort In the world than (or on ado Heach, aud In the summer one can stop at this beautiful Mace at uo ureaier expense man at orili nary places, and at less than half what it costs at Atlantic coast resorts. llt-ltuly la llluoit leiii. rtr.in 1,1'ii.d iiu-iiim a clcuit nI.iii. So U'au v.illiuiil it. ( 'uMialrta, I mnl I'uUiur tiu tit-ail iiur l.liHid mid kern IL i-li-an, li Mtll'liliu nil I III! liiyv 111 l-unit ilni in,, nil im Iiuiilua fiiiin tin- I'udv. Hi iii In day tu baiiihh piiii.l., l,ia, liliiti lii-a, blarkliiada, nun 1 nut hh i.iv iniioua I'limi'li-xmii l.y t.il.ihK .iur,-i, iM-itniy lur leu tt-lila. All il rug giata, aali.(uclii.ii guaranteed, loo, JOc, fioc. Kresh vegetables, fruits In season, poultry aud staple groceries, at Hell A Co.', Second street. Duy your Ids cream salt at Tht Maze Thnt Tired Feeling That th old mn txptrienctd whll wait ing for a drcUion by ifw government, hu been ditpelWd by IU action. "That Tired Feeling" " That (veryotw that ndi a fpfing nvth cme heU. k disprlltd by the action on tht tyitcm of our double compound Extract of Suraaparllla Vet ftf ItfVrmttfrtcv An irtajn as klnrwf punier ino iiniK rricc umc u inc oral' nry, J.UU. J H. O'REILLY & CO snuooiHTB. -SALOONS- H. IX. Warkentin PROPBIKTOR Albnqnerqne Bowling Parlors! Cornni First St. and Corper Ave. Th flnert Bowllns Aller In lhe Southwest Nice place to am-nri the evening. Haliton attached. Trie (lew Chicago IB one of the nicest rnsortx In the city, and In supplied with the nen and unset liquors. HBISCH & BETZLER, Proprietors. Splendid Irving Kooros by the day, week or inoiith. 809 West Railroad Avsntie. P, BAOARAGGO... Very Finest Wines, Liquors nrul Clears Thlte Street and filers A. venae. Atlantic liccr Hall! HCHNKIDRR & MX.PHOP. Cool Keg Beev on draat ht tb flneat Natlv Wis and th very beat cf B-.claM Liqoort, filv u call. Railboad Avairca. At oovQf. A ftotart Plana. Grande Parrntll from them we reap, TJ all klmtaol Llqunra, tine and cuea Keiiame quality we ri-i nere. a In aell purr ihk1i tf their 6r A Iwaya cool ami aharp, thrir llerr, Wf a oulte uneoualled far or naal" Nnhle Wlnr. all patrona irert, IJ Imported and donieattc, a stock rnmpletErf Dehctoua Clgara, too, here we aln, cholrrat riavoni we obtal 1 Eicellent Roftwii both clean and neat, rr at 'illU on Mouth k lrat Straw I &lhoa at Alhnqiirrtine therr ar plenty f who faror I K A N I K At FAKKNTl THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET . All kinds of Fresh and Sa Meats. .. .. ., Steam Sausage Factory. MASONIC TEMTLE, THIRD STJIEE1, EMIL K LELN VVOUT, Prop Gall at Headquarters for Leather, Harness, Saddles, Saddlery, Baddlery Hardware, Cut Holes, Hlioe Nails, Haines. Chains, W hips. Collars, Sweat Pads, Castor Oil, Axis Grease, Hoeton Coach Oil, Cnto Negro, Kuddy Harvester OlI.NeatsfmitOil Lard OIL Harness Oil, Linseed Oil. Castile Soap, Harness Soap, Carriage Sponges Chamois Skin, Horse Medicines. Prloo tlxa Zjowsit. Highest Market Prices Paid for Hides and Skins. WOOL COMMISSION. Thos. F. Keleher, 406 Railroad Ava Albuquerque. JACOB KOKBEK& CO Manufacturer of and Dealac Wagons, Carriages, Buckboards 1 Tha Bast KasUrn-Mada hlelaa. Pine Hoi-se-Sboelnr a Specialty. Satisfaction Guaranteed In All Work Repairing, Painting and Trimming Ion on Short Nolioa. 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 Stiop, Corner Copptr It, and First St., AunqosBQca, If. M PIONEEK BAKEliY! riPT BTT, BAXLINfJ BROS., r-aoraiaroa. WeiMias; Cakes- a Specially I W Dealrs Patronage, and w Qnarante Fu-at-Claaa Baking, relefraph ordcra solicited and Promptly filled A. E. WALKER, FIRE INSURANCE Secretary HattisJ Building Association. ItfllM at J. O. RaMrl1t'a I.ambar Yard, Can'tBe Beat Hoottt Cooda at Honeat Pricta. Sec Me Before You The Favorite. Buy or Sell BOO GrOIiD A AT" 33. CRESCENT COAL YARD. GALLUP COAL-Bt Do mestic Coal in use. Yard opposite Freight Oil ice, A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent. New Telephone No. I64. Old Telephone No 25 Leave ordersTrimblc's stables ONE FOR A DOSE. PILLS Si lliauM, I'uriff Hlu.,l, un 11 U. h Au.t lp.-n,,4. lo rn. wil niftil Mn.ii.. f.H. ... ,..11 I ataMI4lidnm(Uu.Oa.auiANaO CO.Paua it. -fa. The cycling aeiwon In now otienlng and the nretailiiiK Qiieetlon In. "M here can I get the beet wheel fur the money 1 car to Invent I1" 11 u know your prioe. w are certain to have a wheel that will lit it. We have good wheels only, tint have many my lea at many prices. Hahii&Co Wall paper at Kutrelle'a from U ,'-. per oouuie rou aim up. Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open A-ll the Year. Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The following is the analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort: Sodium chloride, grains per gallon I97 Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1.4360 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1806 Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188 Total H-337I Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning. Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 11. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. The Sulphur Springs Stage WABON & TRIMBLE, Props. The RMtKitilpnfitTrl-We.aIr Four Mora St In the Sonthwe.t. Krnm Thornton In the r nu Sulphur Hprlng. In the Je mea Minimum.. Lea Aluuiiucrqu on the 8 u cluck morula Krelaht train lor Thornton. R0U1D TRIP TICKETS FOR SUE Tho-nton Tnea-lnra. Ttmrn.1 .ya arxl Sattinlay at a. m.; arrtra at lilaml Itnmin: leare Hlan lat 1 p. m. anil arrl.a a'. Malphnra at e c m Me rrt.irnt (n.m Hulrlnir. on Monday. Wwliiewlava and Hrular. l-ait in, irnvniM Toiiiii,.T'iir 01. ntalna. KlKST tmk WILL nton For Farther ParUenlar-, W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. THE HYGENIC Alcohol, Oxygen. NatlT aa Cnieag Lumbar BoUdlng Paper Aiway la Btook First St. and Lead W. V. FUTRELLE, Cor. First and Gold, nr ESTABLISHkD 1878. L. B. PUTNEY, "-"01d Reliable" Wholesale Grocer I PLOUH, GRAIN & rUOVISIONS. Oar Lata Spolalty. Farm and Freight Wagons I RAILROAD AVENUE. I i ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. CANDY CATHARTIC sCURH CONSTIPATION' W A'l. CI-IA-lLtllSI, '..if'- Ml "" ' "taiut 1 1 III " null 1 11 1 Good Goods at Low Prices. 113 Railroad Avenue. Albuquerque. N. M. J. 0. GIDEON & CO., Dealer In. New and Second-Hand Furniture Furniture bought, auld, rented and exchunged. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of household goods. Get others bids and we will see them 10 per cent better. All goods sold cheap for cash or on installments lVo. XXX KTortli ALBUQUERQUE, - - AT I. t. TEIIBLE a C0'3 STABLES. .niiroay ran noenil SumUr In th. J.m.i SI AKT ABOUT JUNK lit At.nuotrKHut K. N. M BATH CABINET For Sick or Wall. Plcuant, Toning, Cleansing, RcbuiUing Invigorating, Strength ming. With h you can have In your own room, a Sanitarium, Hot Springt, Turkiah, RuasUn. Medicated, Dry Steam, Vapor, Perfumed, Mineral, Quinia or Sulphur awna, m a om 01 aDoul J ccnu per Data, M A NUF ACTURET) BY HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY, R.M IRWIN, President and Manager. V 607 Qiurch Street, Nashville, Tennesiee. tuk,Ooan, lllidi, Plutir, Llat, Ciotnt IIUI rtlOtl, IlfJ Ave., Albuquerque; Wholfsale ' and Retail Dealer fukxitcke" 1i0jtoeh0ld (u)0d8 and BICYCLES. Bold Chrap fnr Caab or on the Inaullment t'l.n. Alw rented at reasonable rat-a. l Albnqaerque, New Mexico. Oarrtaa th fora-aa and Mm! Mataaal.a Mtoeb sf -ISTAPLB : groceries:- T aa faaaa laatliwaat. ALL DRUGGISTS A complete Stock of tho Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' Button and Lace Shoes of All Descriptions - N. M.