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&Aki.0 POWDER Abeoluiely Pur THE DAILY CITIZEN HlftHKfl ft MoCKKHiUT. Pchuhhsrs THOS. HlTHHRS Killtor W. T. MoCrkinrt. fin. Mgr. and City ltd rORMKHKU OAlLi AMU WKKHLT. Axlatd Frea Aftornnnn Talograrna, Official Paper of IternalilloConritr. Irgt City and County Circulation Th largest New MhxIpo Circulation lArgwit North Arlanna Ctrenlatlon ALrHJQUKRtlK, JI NK 30. MSJ Tm war to hire Fair It to ha It. big Territorial Prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July as 700 neyer celebrated before. Tm United Hiatal will tuon bare a battle line reaching around the world. Thi week lo eongrees ought not to clone without the annesatlou ot Hawaii. Thi Kanaa City World farors Roone ?elt for prealdent and Dewey for vice president. Phk.sii)rnt McKinlii helleres In promptly honoring the heroes of the war with Spain. THHEI president ot the l ulled State died on July 4. They were Adams, Jef ferson and Monroe, Ma. Cleveland la chuckling to him elf that be will not be forced to f urolith substitute In the war with Spain. Cbina la belug partitioned by the na tlona of Kurope, and In a tew years will be obliterated from the map ot the world. China Is a nation of cowards and deserves destruction. The Cubans are fighting shoulder to shonlder with the American soldiers at Santiago. They deserve liberty, and In a few months tbey will establish a new republic In the wf stern beniUphere. Ansa the American flag was bolHted on the bluff near Uuantauamo, the next thing set op was a I'nited Stales poet- offloe. The government will be Collect ing bos rents all over Cuba within the neit thirty days. Admiral Sampson's real rank Is that of captain ; yet the proeident has made him an acting rear admiral, and given him more power than was ever posaetiaed by an American naval officer. This Is a rare mark of confidence and esteem. The general buHluees ot the couutry continues quiet but, all things eonsld ered. it Is in quite a good condition as could be expected. 80 far as the latest war developments have bad any effect on the markets they have been favor able. "Better Ufty years of Kurope than cycle ot Cathay." one year ot glortsus war Is worth a llfetiue ot moiiotouous toll aud the petty ills of a peaceful ex Isteuoe, This is the opinion ot the gallant boys who are going to whip Spain to a flnleh. Tui press of New Mexico extends con' gratulatlons to James barton Adams, the pout paragrapher ot the Denver Post. He was married a few days ago. "Jim" If beloved by the newspaper fraternity of the southwest, aud the good wishes of all the boys go out to him. . Thehi was much talk iu con green dur ing the period of labor, followed by the birth ot the war-tax bill, about taxing the telegraph companies, banks and other corporations; but iu nearly every In stance theee astute lluauclers have suc ceeded In shifting the weight ot the tax on their cuHtomers. THE principal nerd of the American army Investing Santiago Is uot guns or ammunition, but nippers io cut the barbed wire fences which, to the number ot twelve, encircle the beleaguered town. Nt oue seems to have thought ot this sort of defeuse, yet we have been reading for several years about the trochas erected by the Spauianta all over the island, which consist of a succeaslou of such barbed wire fnce. Six hundred Cubaus and two troop of the Tenth I'nited States cavalry have landed ou the uorth coast of Santiago province. Besides belug thoroughly armed, the expedition carried 15,000 rliles, b.000,000 rounds ot ammunition and several dynamite guns, which will be turned over to the insurgents. About ttlO tou of provisions were also taken. This detachment aud 15,(nju Insurgents, who will join them, will march on San tiago from the rear. UlNAMIlt. KOMIIAMOMKMTS. The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius has In troduced luto naval warfare new and unique methods ot bombardment. This bout carries a number of pueumalle guns, capable of throwing a can of dy namite between two aud three miles The vessel aud her guu have beeu tried by Admiral Sampson lu the bombardment of Santiago de Cuba with a success which seems to Indicate that nothing will pre veut future gun cotton bombardments by the navy except the construction of a number ot vessels of the Vesuvius type. On the occasion of her trial the little cruiser threw a can ot dynamite into one ot the Spanish butteries, a distance of a mile aud a half away, aud completely de molished It. The accounts say that noth ing was left of the battery except a hole In the ground, which Is a Hltierulcism of riry prd "Swifter. The Verm in alio fired a rhirge or two Inotliir direct ion, and mi each nccaslnii the CHr:ri'!m rxd..di'd mil rnitrd Imvnf with tti earth. Nut only did the dyna mite rttv trny tv(rylliluir witliin lt reach but tin ttrrlf) ilet fintum fili!itjiMl the HliRtiUr l out of tl,Ar wltn. Thoy niHilfi track from thn riclnitjr ami k(it out of th wny for a long tlnm. liitrKiiictlfii or pnenniHtlf gun mill ilyimmitrt expiiedve Into li'imlmrd. ni 'iits In lihclj to rilillliT.it'1 Iii'iil hnttt'r li'H. I ii.Iit ruvr of iVnkin a ve-wel like the Venvlii illicit, If put In charge of a man of llotiiii rhararlcr, steal tip to a lnri'1 I'litl'Ty llirow a charge ot dynamite Into It which would lint only dtMiroy It, Mit kill rier'tiorijr within a rarlliix of hull a nili. AgniiiHt such a force nothing pun Id m,..i,,. HOW )l K Hots Mil. Klchard Harding l)avi, In a cable to the New York litTald, add some new details of the. fllit at La (laMna, and eays the action wan Anally won by a piece of pure American bl w IT. "The HpaiiiHh pomtlon was an old ra ined dislilli iy, shut lu ly Impenetrable bUMhes. In a lvance of the uu.-thea there were a hundred yards of open ground covered by high gram, and It was at the edge of this grans that Colonel Wood or dered the Hue to ceaxe tiring, riee and charge acroes. The dh u did so under a heavy, but fortunately, mimtlrected Ore ot the Spaniard. It looked like a sktruv leh line throwu out in advance of a regi ment, aud as the Spaniards could not be lieve so few tueu would advance with uch eouUdencs uuleM In force, turned aud ran. "What looked to the enemy like an advance line was every man Colonel Wood bad at bU dlppoeal. "At the place where the two trails met and on the ground the voluuleers won from the enemy, were burled the bodies of nine volunteers. The bodies were placed side by side In a deep draw, wrap ped alove and below with leaves ot royal palm. The place of each bjdy was care fully recorded and the spot Itnelf clearly marked. No man could ask to lie in a more lovely place. It I the highest point to the left and the valley can be eeen for many miles around. "The regluieut stood lu doe ranks about the grave as the ni 11 1111 ilgnree were lowered gently, the chaplain call ing out the names of each. Us called the names of mule packer, salesman, cow puncher, aud, last of all, Hamilton Fish, Jr., the young sergeant who was carried to the front to die and whose watch bore the creels ot Alexander Hamilton and Nicholas Kleh, and the motto tlod will give.' (iod gave him noble death a quick and patulous death In the first rank of battle aud hi comrades gave him a noble burial by the elde ot his men, In the soil they had won from an enemy and which they had died to free." StaniMOD M HM(rfl, The war reveuue law which takes ef fect on aud after July lnt, requires that all telegram transmitted, except gov ernment meseages, shall have a one cent Internal revenue etamp afllxed thereto. Meeaages received by telephone from cus tomers, direct to have the cost ot the nec essary stamp added. Trees dlxpatches must have oue stamp for each dlxpatcn. The law provides that person using or affixing the stamp shall writs or stamp the Initial of his name and the dute upon which the stamp lual'ached or uhihI. Koala Ilia KlonilUs. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Murjsvllle, Texas, hits found a more valuubledlxcovery thau ban yet been made iu the Klondike. For yeara he eliliered untold agony from con- sumption, uccompauled by hemorrhages; and was absolutely cured by lr. King's New Htrtcovery for Conxuiuuliou, Cough and Colds, lie declares that gold is of little value In ooniparleuu with this marvelous cure; would have it, even It It coet (UK) a bottle. Aalhuia. bronchitis aud all throat and lung alleetlous are uiMitively cured by Dr. Klug's New Dis covery for CoiiHiiuintlou. Trial bottles free at J. li. J Iteilly & Co a drug store. Kegular size bu ceuts anil fi. Utiarau teed to cure or price ret muled. Land Court IImUIod. Juetlce Fuller, ot the l uited State land court, on Monday morning bunded down decision which dlepel the claims ot Alexander (joxelachowxkl for the title to the Han tiuijuela land grant. The case was tried before the land court during a pijvious aeeslon and the declslou makes the laud, which la situated In Ban Miguel county, revert to the government. Tuesday morning, arguments In the objection to the survey ot the Ignaclo (.'haves grant, case No. HI, were begun. The Ignaclo Chaves grant in located lu Bernalillo county, consisting ot 2 t:i,0.Vi acres, ma le January !M, Kill. TaM Mill H ltollntlant. July 1 I the day fixed by law by which all taxes remaining unpaid tor the year I Hli7 will become delinquent aud subject to the usual penalties. Deputy Collector Peres, will remain at the court bouse until late this afternoon to accommodate taxpayer. What You Need When your strength is gone, you have no appetite, arc tired, weak ami without ambition, Is Hood's Siii-sapa. rilla to purify and e ni ii h your blood, stimulate your stomach uml irlve you strength. Hood's S.irsiipnrilla, is the Ono T'ruo Blood l'urillcr. Hood Pills for the Hv.-raml bow. els, act easily yet promptly. Wc. Lvsvt-a fur Ilia llaallh. Continued ill-health compelling m to seek restoration elsewhere aud being 11 n able to secure competent help to look alter the store during my absence, I have disisised ot my entire business, at 111 1101 th Klrst street, to W . V.Futrelle and 1 reiommeud Mr. Fulrelie to the consider ation of my patron and friends. All accounts due the lirm of J. O. Gideon Co. are payable to W.V. Futrelle, who will also assume all the Indebtedness of said tlrui. Tru-tlug by tin step to se cure health that will enable, me to returu hers to re-engage In tnmuie and thank ing all for Ihe patronage of the past, I reuialu, Very Keiclfully, J. O. lilliKON. TIIK MOIlr.IlM llr 41 I T Thrives on gl food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise iu the 0111 air. Her form glows with health aud her face blooms with Its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant Syrup of Figs, made by the California Fig hjrup Co. only. Try BehllUM'S M as4 kaSlag Kito. Rev. G. K. Ilirlew, the Suu Rafael Con gregational minister. Is lu the city, stop plug at the Grand Ceutrul. (ius O'Drleit U again lu the city to-day from Santa Fe. n ST. JO HI. f riin fie I li-ral I . ('apt. Hen .ichu-der has returned from a huslne trip to KansaCity. Oeorg Coleman, who sustained an am pntstlon of the leg a week ago, I rapidly convalescing. It. I'lalt amputated a enperiliioti fin ger from each hand of thn little daugh ter of Probate Judge Otbhon. The opera tion ww entirely sticoeeeful, and the lit tle nlTrer 1 rapidly recovering. At Kl Tule a boy ot abont 6 years ot age named Martlnex wa accidentally shot with a 22-cliber pistol by hi elder brother. The ehot took effect In the right breast. The youth was brought to town, and Is getting along a well an could be expected nnder the circumstance. OI.OBK. " From (lie Silrer Kelt. Jake itcLane had a foot crushed by bis horse falling with him. The Injury Is quite painful and will lay McLane up tor two or three weeks. Sheriff W illiamson arretted Chris. Net- son for selling whisky to an Indian. He was caught In the act and more than halt a gallon of whisky was recovered from the Indian, who said he paid Nelson to.U) for It. Dr. A. F. Malsch ha arrived from Big Bug, Vavapal county, where he has been since leaving here four months ago, Oil ing the position of physician for the con struction company building the Prescott & Kastern railway. The board of school trnstees ot the Globe district, at a meeting held Friday, made the following appointments of teacher: First assistant. Miss Oeraldlne Herald, salary, (75; second assistant, Miss Winifred Coombs, salary, $70; third assistant, Miss Nelly Allen, salary, ('io. A number ot application tor the position of principal have been received, on which the trustees deterred action. Caltl Comlag lo. Cattle are still coming In and being turned out to pasture on Colfax county s extensive ranges. On Sunday last the W. n. Cattle company brought lu two large train loads from the southern part or the territory, and couple ot other large shipments are expected lu a few days. The ranges are becoming well stocked. Look Kalhar Itoabtlul, Despite the assertions to the contrary. It look very much as though the gov ernment Intends to abandon Fort Bay ard down In Uraut county. There are now only forty-one men at the post, with l.ieuteuaut Birch In command. Orders are belug received every day or so to ship supplies, and military officers who are posted claim that all Indications point to the abandonment of the post. Strang's Bpota on thn Sna, Since the beginning of this year groupe ot spots unusual aud unexpected have beeu observed on the surfaoe of the suu by astronomers lu different section, those reported at the Natioual Observa tory are In appearance and movement entirely out ot the usual train. They may continue ludeilnitely, but they do uot Indicate unusual weather disturb ances. But there are Indications upon the human countenance that show that the bowels and liver need reform through llwtelter's Stomach Bitters. These are yellowness of the skin and whites of the eyes, furred tongue, etc., all tudlcatlvs of constipation and biliousness, to the re moval of which the bitters I adapted. The efllcacy of this family medicine also extends to malaria, rheumatism, kidney trouble, nervousness aud sick headache. Ilia Mining- Deal On. It Is understood that a deal Is on by which the Hearst estate, which Is now operating extensively at 1'lnos Altos, this county, will shortly own and lease the seventy-seven claims patented aud unpatented, In Santa Klta mining dis trict, now owned by the Carraoco De velopment Company and the Santa Rita 1. - .. .. 1 . . 1 . . n 1 vopiwr auu uuu vuuiiwijj. i utww are e ipper claim and among the very best lu Uraut county. Sliver City Independ ent. lluckUn'l Arnica Snlvn. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, bores, fleers. Halt Kheuiu, Fever Hores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Hklu Kruptlous, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect eat lef ac tion or money refunded. Price 80 cents per box. hor sale by J. II. 0 Kellly A Co , Druggists. MRS. HAHPSON AT BOMB. A Memorable Event In the HUlory of the American Colony. The Two Republics, published at the City of Mexico, reached us the other day with the following article marked: The lovely parlors of Mr. J. 11. Haiup- sou were uuusually brilliant yesterday afternoon, and graced with the presence of many of the most stylish ladies In the colony. The bouse was artificially lighted, ami 1 ne radiance rrotn ttie uumerous col ored liicaudesceuts gave it a warm, wel e ime appearance. Immense quantities of tiiwers perfumed the place Itself so beautiful without any floral adoruineut. The Decision was the Urst of "at homes," and was given by Mrs. llamtison in honor of her sister, Mrs Jauie CresapOrd, who Is here ou a visit aud will stay In Mexico during the summer moulhs. tier hus baud, Captain Ord. ot the Twenty Uftb 1 tilled Mates iiitantry, who Is uow lu I'uba or ou his way thither, comes from old soldier stisrk tlis gallant Ord of the southwest General Ord, hi father, was a famous fighter. Mrs. Ord is a brilliant and gifted lady and a fine musician. She has come ou this visit with her two beau tiiul children, positive Saxon types of oeauiy, Mrs. Humpson was assisted In the re ception by Mrs. W. A. Frost. The aueenlv hoHless herself was Costumed In exquisite ureMs ot uowereu Dresden silk over a chllloii rrout of dainty embroidery: Mrs. Ilampson's costume was like herself, graceful and elegant; the dress looked like a fine haul painting. Mrs. Ord wore a costume of tine woolen fabric of cream color trimmed with graduated bonds ot black velvet. Mrs. Frost wore a cream organdy over yellow satin; the daiuty ruilles of thi were edged with yellow satiu ribbon, giving the costume a very im-iujrwiiue appwarauce. The other ladles present were Mrs. Vic tor M. Braschl, Mme. Degollado, Mrs. Major J. M. Karley, Mrs A. A. Hoffman, Mrs. Leigh 11. Kouser, Mrs. Major Win. delinks. Mrs. Thomas Gore, Mrs. Van Antwerp, Mrs. Ignaclo Sepuiveda, Mrs. K. 0. Butler. WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN, Th following report is furnished by the l ulled Slates department of agricul ture, climate aud crop bulletin of the weather bureau. New Mexico section: The weather during the week ending with Monday, June 27, continued very favorable to all farming and grazing In terests. The earlier part of the week was generally cloudy ami showery, which, in connection with the hh'b. temperature during the day aud the warm nights, were conditions most favorable fur the growth of vegetation. The flue shower have not only brought out the grass on the ranges that heretofore geuerally iO A ICLES! ! were trs, but bar Oiled outside water I holes, which I of great advantage lo I cattlemen. It;virs anil ditches liavs a ,giHi supply of wsli r, aud us far m I inolstuie is n.ncf r 1 1 1-it the aeoii at pre- nil is rerj aniisrsc'orv. 1 he hut, sunshiny weather of Hie last fewihijshas npilly rilnd maturing crop lit the extremes s'U'.hern conn tie oni already have beKiin to rut their wheat. Barley and oat, al'hmigri In Rome sections having a tlilu stand, usually are heating out sttisUctonlv. All of the lirst cutting of alfaiU hts led yet le-en secured, rii.my il l is In north ern cotriil" it'll s'mi'liog I 1 s Miliu m counties some nre pr-pmipg for their second cmtli'g. In wniin leTih-rn l i callltesthn lit ft cutting ot allaifa did lint come up to the averave )ield, hit usually the crop ha turne.l very well. Corn Held huve Improved griMtly during the lat two weeks. In central r ion early c.tii is In taseel. Condition have lieen m-wt favorable for all garden produce, and etrly vegetables of a snpnrior qualliv are coming ta ni'irket In abundance. Htiirtr beet of the lower I'ecm couUtine verv promising, the weather condition being almost perfict for thn best re-tilts for this crop, ihe work of thinning th Debts Is keeping busy all av.Allslile help. Fruits are maturing rapidly; abund ance of linn cherrie nre In Hie market; the Urst shtpinit of reaches hss lo-en made from southern counties. In cn tral sections the yield of both vlnevsrds and orchards is not as promising a In former years, an I in ths tioilh-rn coun ties fruit generally will 1st scarce owing to Ihe late frosts. Over thn territory generally, however, the yield I exacted to bs very fair, and of au excellent quality. The following detailed remark ex tracted from the reports of correspond ent will be of Intere t: Albuquerque M Cu-tr Abundant sunshine and warm nights; pxcHh nl growing weather. All ciops In line con dition. No rain. Axteo -C. K. Mead Th latter part of the week ha been rather cloudy arid with some precipitation; the temperature ha been high, however, and very favor able to all crop. Kariners nre still cut- ling the urst crop or olfaira. l orn will now average about one foot In beizht. Home winter wheat field are beginning to turn yellow, Tne high1 st temperature during the week was VX on the 17th. ttaiu. U.07. Bernalillo Brother Gabriel Gardens, Corn field, wheat Uelds, 0.1U, vineyards and orchard are all b Hiking finely, al though fruit an I grain are not In such abundance a In tlie past year. This I generally attributed to the early frosts, the heavy winds and the ravage of the coddling moth. In soiiis garden the com I beginning to tassel W heat and out are nearly ripe, and preparation are be Ing mails for cutting. 1 In account of th dry weather the rang ha not Improved during the week. T ie river ha a fair supply of water, and Irrigation I In good e inmuon. ruin, Bluewater J. H. Van Doren Cloudy the tlrst four day of the week, but clear ing and warm during th latter part and fine growing weather. Italn, O.fio. Kddy I,, o. Milieu Abundance of rain ha characterize! the past week. Cattlemen report the best ranges in years, ti round that heretofore scarcely knew grass I now green with vegeta tion. The rain have had a henclkdal ef fect on the growing beets because it not only dispenses with Irrigation but washes off bug and other insects from the plants. Two hundred men are now en gaged In thinning the crop. 'I he first peaches and plum are In the local market. Las Cruce Cavetano Thompson A great deal of cloudy weath'T during the past week, and some rain. Fruit Is ripening fast; some peaches were shipped on the ti . W heat is being harvested. There I plenty of water In the ditches. Pain, nun. Ojo Calient A. Joseph Very favor able weather for all growing crops. Th first crop of alfalfa ha been harvested, but the yield was 2.1 per cent below the average. Com, wh-at, oat and barley look very promising. Abundance ot water for Irrigation. Rain, 0 411. Sauta Kb Cnited State W eather Bu reauLight shower during the week; warm, aud fins growing weather. All vegetation look fresh aud vgorou. Fruit and barley usually a thin stand, but heading finely. Not all the first crnn of alfalfa ha yet been cut. Cherries are ripe; fruits generally will be lares aud abundant Italn, (I IS. Wa'rou M. C. Needlniu Favorable weather to crops, and grass 011 the ranges. The fine local showers have left sufficient water in the water h dcs.which I of grea' iinpoitiiuct) to stick men. Hal 11, 1.3.'.. K. M. HAtiniM.K, Section Director. Fraa Tills. Send your address to II. K. Bucklen A Co , Chicago, and get a free, sample box of Dr. King' New Life Pills. These pill are easy lu action and particularly ef fective lu the cure of constiputton and sick headache. For malaria and liver trouble they have beeu proved invalu able. They are guaranteed to bs pr fectly free from every deleterious sub stance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach ami bowels greatly Invigorate the system. Regular sixe 2o cents per box. Sold by J. 11 O'Reilly Co.. druggists. HOTEL ARRIVALS. BTl'HHM' Et'HUI'KAN. Walter G. Marmon, Laguna; Richard Brown, A. B. Kly. C. G. Crulckshiiiik, Sun Marclal; Gil O'llrleu, Hanla Fe; Win. Nolle, San Diego; J W. Dickinson, Los Angeles; A. C. Gunter, Illinois; J. P. Richards, St. Joseph, A. T.; Chas H. Kehrmitn. St. Louie; Hiiro Schurwenka, New York; T. F. Mukee, Chaves; II Hauser, Ash Fork; Juan Santlstevau, Miss C. Hautlstevan, BTiiabe Goiizule and Wife, Tans; G. K. Graves, Idela, N. M.; B. W, Martin, Kansas City; Rufus F. Hamilton Berry, Hocorro; It. F. Heller, Cals'ion; C. K. King, Mexico, (HAND ChNTltAL. 1. C. Gunter, Illinois; W. J. Savage; Denver; K. B. Kimball, San Francisco; ti. K. Birlew, Kan Rafael; J P. Owen, wife. Miss Blanche- Owen aud J, K. 0'eu, Mesilla Park. HOTEL, HIIIIIUM). J. K. Baxter, Los Angdes; Thos. Currl gau. Pueblo; C. II Mitchell and wife. Kl Paso; Kd O. Hughes, Deliver; J Rankle ana wire, tuicagit. Th Invitation Aerited. The boy of ('apt. Borradaile' company will be found lu full force at the Preehv terlau lawu fete to be held iu the citv park. The ladies have Invited theui to come and refresh themselves free of cost. It will be a sort ot farewell receptlou to the hoy. 11 is nop -d that all will bs on riami at it ocioca 10 give ui n.ijs a hearty welcome. Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DiX CHEAT,! mm A Par Orapa Crura ol Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD SMITH PREMIRR 1 Kn;lirpl hy THE BANKS, LEADING LAWYERS, and BUSINESS MEN. N. W. ALGER. Agent foe New Mexico. Also Agent for the best BCILDINfl and LOAN ASSOCIATION, "tiiui inrDTjaTniAT-.." STUC K FOR SAt.K. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Of the United States. Outstindin Assurance December j-xew assurance written in 1097 rroposals for Assurance Examined Income , , Asset, December 3t, 1897 Reserve cn all existing Policies standard) and all other liabilities Surplus, 4 per cent standard I'aid Policy Hol lers in 1897 LARGEST ISrMoHt Insurance Iu Force. S TRONGEST 5fY"Lari,ent Surplus. BEST 1,rtJ" ,,oa(h Claiuii Prompter. Fay Larger Dividend, ($1,000,000 nmrw during mm nve yearn.) Ihmuoh IJetler Pollcie. WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager, NUW MEXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT, Albuquerque, w Mexico, SUSIMiSS MOTES. Dipi lnir Uriks. Whltuy Co. Pirn. Ore, Ur- wte st "The Klr Store." PluiiihlnK and gw Uttlnir. Whitney Co. onkiry anil lwwtrn. Whitney Co New alfalfa. 35 cents per 100 pounds, at A. Lombanlo'ii. Patronise the (economist sale of wash romIh ot all kind. New line of white Umpire fans Just re ceived at the KcouomlMt. l'nre (crniind chile, 12!, cents per poiiiul, at A. Louibarilo's. HlKtiHHt prices paid for gents' clothing st Hurt's, 117 Hold avenue. Attend the epecial sale of ahlrt waists st the Kcoiiomist this week. Latest novelties In pompadour and side muiN. lloe-nwsld brother Cider or wine vinegar, pure snd strong, 25 rents per gallon, at A. Lombardo's. If yon want anything In the binding or Job printing line, call at Thi Citukh ol'.lre. The best groceries and finest liquors for family use at the lowest prices, at A. Lombardo's. The freshest stock of staple snd fancy groceries are to be found at Bell & Co.'s, second street. Special sale on shirts, underwear, soi, suspenders, at the Golden Hule Ury G. ods company. fillghtly damaged by Ore. Goods of fernl cheap 011 the bargain Counters at The Kalr 8tore " Look Into KMnwort's market on north Third street. He has the nloeat trash mitata In the cltv. Freeh vegetables, fruits In season, poultry and staple groceries, at Bell A Co.'s, Second Htreet. I! 't Old live or Bourbon whisky for niiMtli-tmil purposes, only 75 cents per quart, at A. Lombardo's . Hut chile con earns served every night st the Paradise, bo not miss It Bachs ciil & Uiuml, proprit-tors. l. idli-i, show your patriotism and buy a r -it. white and blue Dewey wuist, only at the Uolden Hule Dry Uood company. An experience of years enable J. L. Bell & Co. to furnish just what their cus tomers want- Orders solicited; tree de livery. "Here Is a loseon that he who runs may read; the man on the Columbia is alunys In the le.id. ' (75 and UViu & Co. J. L. Hell A Cn , l!.e giocer.-i, eui'ce.wrs to K. K. Trotter, are prepared toluiulto everything In t'ilr iluj at the I iweii prices. l'urchae vour tickets for a trip to the famous Hiilihur hot springs from YY. L. Trimble A t'c's. They will give you all particulars. Have Just received annt.iet lot of crash hats. They are very lie it and 011 1 v cunt 75 cents. Himou Hli-ru the Uillrotd Avenue Clothier. The best place for good, juicy steals aud loavte aud all kinds ot meats, kept lu a llr- l class market, at Kleluwort s, uorth Third street. Always the first with newest novelties in ludit-.V wear. Come and look at the lwey waist, only to be had at the liold.-u Utile Dry Goods Company. Jiint rxceived a large assignment of 'iim California Drape brandy, spriug 'HX Alilch we will sell to salism keepers at i.t'j per gitl'ou. Original package. O. llai'liHiitit A If. tlloml. Dealers lu Remington typewriters, the -itMudurd typewriters of the world. C'au supply buxiur-iti otllcea with experieuued steuoirrapher to till peruiapeut aud tem porarj ' poHltiou", a. short notice. Ualiu X Co. Call at "The (ireon Kront" shoe store for children's and lulssee' saudats and oxfords, black ah I tan, latest atyies, 0 to H. 8f cents; B' to 11. 1W cents; ll'fj to 2, ft; la lies' oxtoi I , 1 W. Chupliu. pro prietor. Y would have no trouble with Spain If nhe only re.ilited tne immense strength and renounce ot 011.' ijatluu. If you un derstood our ability to provide tor the wishes of our pa'.ro 11 you would not go elsewhere. Uahu A Co., N. T. Armijo building. Htrangsrs will Hud good accomoda tions at reasonable rattsi at the Katlroad avenue house, halt a block from the sta tion. Residents and strangers alike are nordlaily Invited to patroniie the Kail road barber shop. 111 Railroad avenue. New tine porcelain bath tuba just put In. Baths, 25 cents; hair rutting, 25 cents. J. It. Handles, proprietor. Wow Ovar rtfljr Vaara. An Old and Wki.l-Tkikd Kkmkuv. Mrs. VUiihIow's HiKithlng Uyrup luis he-u u-O'd for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while tcclh Iiik, with period success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, aud Is the best remedy for dUrrhoea. It is pleasaut to the taste. Bold by druggists In every part ot the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. IU value Is Incalculable. Be sure aud ank for Mrs. V, Inslow's Soothing Svruo. aud take 110 other kind. T. l u:e '. 11.1 1 1 .,i lore-i'r. mine 1" i.r Vc (' ( .4'1. IV I'll! I ' lull til run?, uruk'i tr 1; 1 j UuaMiiolil Uiwdl, I Kor next thirty days I will pay highest : cah pi ice for household gooils of every deecripliou. Dou't sell until you get my bid. T. A. vt biTTlN, 114 (luld aveuus. MONK Y TO LOAN. 31, 1897.,.$ 1,1 0,8.17.00 ..... and Declined (4 per ceDt 150,t)55,(iS)3.0O 2 -t . 4 U 1,0 7.'I.OO 4 8 572.5iOtf.53 2:t0,870,:O8.Oft I80,:i:t3,i33 yo 50,513,174.81 21,100,314.1 1 PKCPBSSH'.MAI CAU-S K A KL A. SNVKKK, STTOHNKV-AT LAW. Room 10, Crom wrll bliH k. Albuilrraue, N. At. r. K. HAKKIIliN, 1'IIVL KN1NKKK HPKCI ALT Y lrrlja. y lion and Water Supp y. ! iHmlnatltina and Kriwirla. Maia. laua and eallmalra. Corrra- tonilrnre Solicited. Kiiiim 16. Aiml)o block, nr. arU bt. and Kallroad areoue. OHAI. BISHOP a BiaHUP, HUMChOPATIIrC HIIYHIC1AN8 AND Hurarona Ofllca ard rcalilrncr OTee pnat. ofnee. (ld TelrpbiMia WW. Ne Tt lruhon lea. Mra. Marlon lliauup, af. L) ofllca hnnra, I lo I p. m. r.u I), ill. hop, M. 1J.. ofljca bnnra, S In 10 a, m.. and 1 lo and 7 to I p. m Take elrvator at Wbltnev'a. JOHW TAMVHBU, M. PHYSICIAN AND BUHHKON-OftVa lo Armin bulldlnc. Corner of Kullroid arrout and '1 bird atrrrt. Ho- r. :S0 to 11 a. m. 1 to S p. m. Hpxclal attruuou f lo lo curontc and dlaeuea ol vumeo. H. U. IOMMHOM, AKCHITKCT Plana, apeclHcatlnna and ea. tlmatra Inrnlihed (or all claaaaa of bnhd. Ina and arcbltrctiual work. Otticai S09 Waat atallroad avenue. SLASTERUAV A KASTMHDAT, OKKICK and reaidenee, No. 41S Weat Gold auoe. Telephnne No. tH. (jrhca boon S to H a. m. ; 1 :mi to S BO and 7 to p. m, U. 8. kaatvrdav, M. D. J. 8. kaatardaj, II. D. W. . HOPS, at. Dn OPFtCK IKJUHS-Untll S a. m. and frnin 1 :So to S :S0 and horn 7 to S p. m. Orhca and realdrnce. fit) Weat Ootd areaaa. Alba. q'lergua, N. at. 1A.!T1T. K. J. Alcr, U. D, 8. ARMIJO HLOCK, OPPOHITK ILKKLD lima'. Oilier boura: S a. m. to lu 80 p. m.i 1 :110 p. m. to S p. m. Auto. Tel. No. atla. Appointmenta made by mall. MKKNAHO S. BUUAI, ATTOKNhY-AT-LAW, Albnqoerqne, N. at. Prompt aitrnnno alreit to all btialneaa prrtainlna tn tbe prnfrMKiii, Will pructic In all courtauf tbr tcrrluirv and befure Hue United iilatea laud ctllce. WILLIAM D. LIS, TTORNKY-AT-I.A W. Oftlce, room 7, N. 1. Annuo bulldin. WU1 practice In all llir cuuna ol tlir trrrliur. JOHNSTON FINICAL, A TTOKNKYS-AT LAW. Albnqnrrnne, N. ' M. ottico, rooma 6 and S, r irat N ational bank bulldlnw. H. W. I. HHVAM TTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Albnqnerque, N. L at. utlice, row Natiunal liank buildlna. ritAMK W. CLANCY, 1 TTfJRNKYAT-LAW. rooma a and 8, N. L T. Amino building-, Albuquerque, N. at. K. W. UOIMON, Alll'RNKV AT-LAW. Ofllce ow Rob. t HI..111 ni,.iy alore, Albuquerque, N.M WAMII), roll SALK, KA.NT ANU LOST Wanted. Wanted. A wet nurse. Good wages paid. Call Immediately at No. ulo, West Coal avenue. Wanted Competent woman wants to t .ke charge ot a house for thA summer, cult give reference. Address ".. " Citizen olllce. Wanted. Poeltion by young man liv ing at home, employed at present. Cler ical work; llret-clase bookkeeper aud ac countant. References. Addresa A. B. C, ClTIZKN. Madame Normand, Cuibvoyant, Palmiet aud Muguetic healer, can be con sulted nu all allairt of life, tilve love and lucky cliarm. Will call at reeldeuce; uo extra charge. 1H1!-, South Third siroet, uptuirs. Fur Hal. Two houses aud lots. Inquire ot Krank K Daniels, 14 U south Klrst street, Albu (juerijiie, Kor Bale Klne upright piano, good as new. Also baby carnage. 713 south Third street. Native wins, pure aud healthful, at only (si cents a gallou at C. A. Uraude's Jui north Broadway. A line assort merit of new furniture ouly, at 2 & south First street, cheap for Cah or InitaHiucWit. W, V, Kutrelle. Kor Sale-Or exchange for a gentle family pony, an express or wagou horse; a I h to sell au express wagou. W. V. Kutrelle. Kor Hale The furniture of a seven room house, with bouse to rent to party buying (urn'.ture. lltt.'j south Third street, up stairs. Kor Sale At hhalam, Dona Ana, N. M., the registered Uuernsey bull Olaunzyl, No. ow.i; dropped April 'iH, 1H',i7; sire, impoited Anuato, No. bh7. Trice 1U0, A. II. Potter, with C. K. Atkins A Co., Indianapolis, lud., writes: "1 have never before giveu a testimonial. But I will say that for three years we have never beeu without Chamlsrlaiu's Colic, Chol era and Inarrhoea Kemedy in the house, aud my wife would as soon think of doing without Hour as a bottle of this remedy In the summer season. Vte have used it with all three of our children and it has never failed to cure not simply tnp pain, but cure absolutely. It Is all riKht, and an.tone who tries It will Uud it so." Kor sale by all druggists. The SI ma Pneumatic lll y rle Saddle Is healthful, satisfactory, entirely new, pneumatic uone and edife, combined with broad soft felt pads, on which the pelvic bone rests, aud affords mors sealing surface without dialing than any saddle Invented. Kecomuieiiiled by plirtlcians to bs truly hygienic. Kor sale at Did Town postollice ou the plaza. Have you seen the new military button belt at the Koouomlstr Whi'tcomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open A.11 the Year. Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The following is thsj analysis of one of the vanoua springs at the Resort: Sodium chloride, grains per gallon '97 Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon,., 14360 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896 Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5183 Total ai337t Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning. FARE SI "VlTATsT. Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper e venue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. W. V. FUTRELLE, Cor. First aad Gold, I "MM"-1 innounoe. Hav MeiIco. THE HYGENIC tSIAdLISHEO IS78. L. B. PUTNEY, -01d Reliable" Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & ZZ-xzr, PROVISIONS. -:staplk : groceries:- Oar Lata Ipoolalty. Ta k foaaa Saathwaet. Farm and Freight Wagons ! RAILROAD AVENUE. 1 1 . ALBUQUERQUE, N. M NatlTS) start CMag Lambsr ' iA'Jl Eoildin Papar always in ayslaBtooh First St. and Lead WM. CHAPLIN, Si Lace Good Goods at Low Prices. 113 Railroad Avenue. Albuquerque, N. M. CANDY CATHARTIC m m ainr v q CONSTIPATION CHESCEHT COAL YARD. GALLUP COAL Best Do mestic Coal in use. Yard opposite Freight Olfii A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent. New Telephone No. 164. Old Telephone No 25 Leave ordersTrimble's stables Call at Headquarters for Leather, Harnnw, Baddies, Saddlery, Haddlxry Hardware, I'ut Solaa, Hlioe No HatueH, Chains, Whlpa, ('ullars, HwKttt faila. Cantor Oil, Ails tirae, Htiatoo Coach (III, I'll to Negro, Kuddy HarveNtar Oil.NwiMoot Oil, Ijird Oil, llaruwa Oil, I.Iiihh1 Oil, Cant lie 8vap, Harutas 8oap, Carriage Hpotigea L'tiaiuols Skin, Horae Uadiclurd. Price tlao Xao'veraaaBt. UlgliM Market Prices I'aid (or tlldaa and Bklus. WOOL COMMISSION. Thos. F. Kelehor, 404 Rallroaal Ave Albuquerque. If tou cannot find the Eooda at the KoonouilHt It la no use looking elaawtipre la the ooniuioa sxpreaaloa suiODcat the ladies ot AlbaqaHrqus. Wholpgale ami Kft-.I1 Doalfr JJOUIIOLDpo I)S and lUCTCLKS. Sold Cheap fnr Caah or on the In.lAllmrnl flan. AIm rented al reaaunable ralee. BATH CABINET For Sick or Wsll. Plaaiant, Toning, Ckanaing, RcbuiUing Invlgoratlnj, Strength ening. With It you can have In your own mom, a Sanitarium, Hot Springi. TurkJab- Ruaujn, Mruicatcd, Dry Steam, Vapor, AlcohoL Oxygen, Perfumed Mineral, Quinine or Sulphur Bath, At a Coat of about 3 c'.u p bath. MANUFA i rUREn BY HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY, R. M. IRVLN PreakUnt and Manager. J 607 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee. a . -k a . I - Lt:i aa.U-al li liffll, Cl'e tl cot !ui PllS'A !.' Ave., Albuquerque. A complete Stock of the Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' Button and Shoes of All Descriptions. ALL DRUGGISTS PIONEER BAKERY! near iTBiar, BAXLIN9 BROB., PaorsrsToas. Wedding Cakes a Specialty i Ws Daalra Patronage, and w Oaarantaa Vlrat-Claas Baking. Talaarapbordaraeollclledand Prompll. Killed A. E. WALKEUT" FIRE INSURANCE Secretarj latoil Balldtog Association. ftffln. al J. O. Haldrldae'e I-a tuber TeM THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET All kinds of Fresh and Sa Meats. . ,. .. ... Steam Sausage Factory. MASONIC TEMPLE, Till HI) STHEEl, EMIL KLEIN WOUT, Prop Kutrelle, corner Sold and Kirat BtrwU will sail tou good wall paper at ta douhls roll aud up.