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POWDER Absolutely Pur vtri t n to Madrid ntpliig the go-crn-mi lit to eipertlle the th larkttlon nf the tio, e in order to prevent the growth of I. lifer. In ttift I'nil i ti IMaiuH i lie II pro dis not appear to be fear of lmmlliit collision, pici'Ht at!i n are We ing made for eventualities, arid If the In- refills clii. ii Id become too fe rtilcionly rtUx.it in quite certain Hint Acirural ewy ni1 Oeiieral Otis will ba prepared i act in id kk retire nJ tueclive aimer. THE DAIIjY CITIZEN HUHUK8 & alt KKlrtHT, PtTBLlBniHf Thos. Hdahks Rdltor W. T. McCmisht. Btm. Ugt. and City Kd PCBLIHMIEU DAILt AMD WIHLI, Associated Free Afternoon Telegram. Official Paper of Bernalillo Connty. lrgm Cltr and County Circulation Th lrjet Now Moxtno Clrenlatlon Larrmt North Arizona Circulation ALUUQGKKQl'K. OCT. . ltfiiM REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Delegate to Congress, TEDRO PEREA, OF BERNALILLO COUNTY. COIHTT mtPI'HI.ICAM TICKKT. THOS. IHIJHK8, T. A. FINICAL, . For Territorial C ouncil. 1MIL1 AN'O I.. t.l'TIKKRki, MAKckLINCi MAC A, I'AHUt I'Nh-r'iN. For Territorial IIoum. Flrat Dlitrlrt-KflMKNIO A. MIKHA, Second litnrt-H.N AC'IO IfIIIKKKKZ, Thud Di.m. t-JKSI .1 KOMKKO. Fur County Comnnt.louere. CORNKl.lt PANOOVAL, For I'rotmte indue. JAMKS A. WUMMKR9, For t'lobute Clerk. JOSH L. PKKF.A. For Treasurer end hi-Otlii lo Collector. THOS. 8. IH'HHKLL. For blientl . J. M. SANIKJVAL, F'ir AMMor. F. A. HUHHEl.L. For School Superintendent K. A. fKARSON, Fur Surveyor. j, wThai.l. NEPONl'ISRM) MARINO,. Al' ON to til TIKRMZ, TKINIIIAD AII U.DON, NAHAMIO I'KKKA, Fur Kiver Comnuiwiotier. CP to date the war with Spain bag cost the United Statu $I87.61.W1. Thi Cerrllloa Kegleter pays Mr. Fer gOMoo high compliment. It says be U tha tqnal of, Fedro Perea In honesty and Integrity. In establishing tbe poetottloe In Porto Rloo aud Cub It U proposed to pat American! In the chief positions and satire In the subordinate place. Tbe latter will comprise about two thirds of tbe appointment. TBI Demlng Headlight says: "The people ot Grant county are going to give Major Llewellyn large Tote thla year. They want to show their appreciation of his services at Santiago. All Rough Riders are popular with the people of tbU county." TIIK R M IE IMU'K. The Dona Ana County Republican aye: The Altmcjiirqne UAniocrai, ins La Vegas Optic and the rest of ti e mongrel demorra'lc papers In the terrt- try are doing their beet to ralte the rare wiie In one section of the territory and cry It down In the other. Theie pipers are challenged the republican pre of ew Mexico time and again to point ( ut Ingle Instance where any democrat or 'mtH'ratlc paper ha attempted to to this. We not only can point out one Instance, but we can take up every Issue ot their papers and prove It by their own words tli at all their effort have been bent In thU direction. We would like to hare the Democrat and Optlo truthfully answer theee two qnestlolie: Klrst W hy Is It that the article con tained In your editorial column, acctis. u g the republican party with raising the race qu-etlon, are marked and sent to Americans In American nouutb s; and uto counties where the senders believe a rce fit ling eilsis or where the popula tion I about of eqiial proportion? rVciid- V hy have letters been sent to certain Americans in certain comities. y democrat, calling attention to theee articles and aeklng the recipient to work for the eie-tlon ot Kergii-eou? Will you truthfully annwer theee qneetlons and give the reasons for this course? We do not believe yoa will do so, tor If yon did It would place some ot the IimcI- tig democratic politicians In a poxttlon that would be anything but enviable. An explanation ot the rem irk, made by a prominent Albuquerque clttz-n, tint "We will work the race lue among the American and cry It down among the Meilcaus. I the papers have their orders, and you can bet they will carry them out," Is al) aeked for. We have carefully Investigated thi matter and we are In a poettlon to prove every word of the above. The docu mentary evidence is In our position, and It Is fur more convincing than wlut might be Implied from wlmt we have written. W e have su.npected this wa the con me that the democratic campaign managers were pureiilug and went about it systematically to Uud out if our hu pti'lons were correct. Iu purmilug this course the democrats ot this territory are guilty of one of the mutt damnable social outrages that wt e'er perpetrated! It shows how low a man can get to accorcplleh his purpoee pilltioullyl KergiiHson know of theee tactic and ha Indorsed them, and all thadeulalrt be baa uiade r may make cannot remove the stigma of "traitor" from his forehead. It was the purpose ot the republicans to fight It out on party lines, ud avoid any rcfi-renoe to the rt.ce question and eudeaviir In this campaign to more close ly cement tbe aiulcuble relations exist ing In this terrltoty. A campaign on this line con Id have beeu carried on and i much Interest created and as many rotes polled a could be expected under any circumstances, dm ine uemocmi wonld not coi, flue thennelvrs within thse lines, aud the result will bs be that their traitorous candidate will be de- tented a no man In New Mexico was ever defeated before. rrrtit win. its rirtTrn Mr. IVreVs I'-gUlntiv word Is clean ; ami h"n nt. 1 h Nt w M 'Xlmn esjs that j In touring four s"h:'Ioiii of the ss'imbly, j a nieinlcr t f the c nn II from B. rna i HM.i c iiuity, fotintit 'i i sn.'Ci'ofiilly at that, for econ niy a-id h-ineety in flown- j cliil ifftlrs. lis supports 1 rvery good ninaure that crime up, and opptwid every j bad fiieanrtr tlrtt wa-t brought lu. The leghtliitlonstcurrd tlironcli him and with j his active aid and support i nniong the ; best In tlis t-'rritorisl statutes and lias saved the teTlto'y 1 OOO.uxj Kvery measnre for public advancnment, In fa vor of fro public echoi'ls and for the h gtier lerrltorial Institutions, and to In dnce Imiilgmtion and ciplt il t come to New Mexico found in him a faithful, ai d tmrdwntklug friend. This Is tils legls latlvs record, and It Is one to be proud of. It elected, and everything points to the fact that he will b . to represent New Mexico In the Bfly sixth coiigiest, bis record there wl l be ot the same charao ter and his work there will prove of the greateet potwlble benefit to the territory. It is Wise Tus fund for a monument to Lafay ette to be eracted In Pari during the approaching exposition promise to reach the proportions anticipated by Ferdinand W. Peck, ot Chicago, who Inaugurated the movement to raise the fund by con tributions from children In the public schools on Lafayette's birthday. TBI republican candidate for com nilseloner trim this district, Bon. Jesus Romero, 1 large property owner In thla city, a b witness man in old town, and a reliable, honett man. Be I tbe present chairman of the board ot county oommlseloneri and one of tbe most eco nomical and tfilclent member of that body. , TBI Democrat' whole campaign fight U a tirade against the Mexicans. It In tlmate that they are chumps, and slan der the native candidate on the repub llcan ticket. This raising of the race Issue I not beneficial to Albuquerque, Mr. Grant doe not like the native people because they have refused to give him their water rights so that be could build a big ditch aud crush tbe life out of the people for water for Irrigation purpoee. Fodb year ago lbs democrat stole tbe New Mexico legislature, run the territory heavily Into debt, reeked In corruption and was a disgrace to decency and ctvilixatlon. Two year ago the re publicans controlled the legislature and cut down expense at least one-half. All the salaries of county oflliwrs were reduced, and the good name of the terrl tory redeemed from the foul blot put upon It by the democratic bootllws. These same democrat now talk loudly about economy and reform and gravely tell tbe people what good thlug they will Do If put into control of territorial and county affairs! SCHOOL, si ffcHINi r.MKMr. Ihe democrat and Independent repub licans liav nominated Jesu Armljo y JitramllUi fur school superintendent, a man about GO years old, who d i s not know ho to read or pek the Kngllh language, and cUims and believes that the old methods of education are the bi-st, and that It Is not nectary for the children to b urn how to speuk or read the K nil llti language. This Is what th democratic bosee claim to be progres slveiiesi) In the matter of education. Thn republic tu party presents to the p.mjl 'of B.rua llllo county Hon. Frank A Hu'ihell as t.ielr caudliUte for school superintendent, a young man who can spesk both the RugliHh and Spanish Ian- gtiRge-Swho Is a graduate ot St. Mich ael' colli gi, Santa Fe, N. M., and ba been In public life ever sinre he lift school In lHSi. He baa served the people as rcpri Hiiltlve, senator, astes o, end at present U our iMUr prol ate ju Ige. Ttt tt KB A tIM.U IN ONI DAT Take I.HXntive Hn mo Quinine 1 ablet. All driiKgla's refund the money If It fall lo cure. &c. i lie genuine l, h. y. on each tablet. EMjlNELR'j' BALL. About Etgh'y Couplet Danced tt tbe Armnry Last Nlgbt. The locoin dtve engineer aesleted by their ladles lat night gave a moet eiio e heful ball at Armory hall. There were a'amt elgh'y Collides preeent and all re port having had a most njij aide time. The fbor had teen put In excellent condition for d-incing and Prof. Dl Manro's orchei- tra furniahed the unmic. There was a lu'l In the den-lng at a Unit midnight when a eplend:d supper wus served, af ter which it was resumed unit continued fir Into the morning. The ct miultUes reeponslhle for the ba'l were: Hec ptlou Mesdame II. M. Iiogan, L. Bcliulleiibeig'T, C. Klllllipp, J II. llol- man; Messrs. u. u. vtnitcomb, v. K Creamer, J. Kngleliart, A. II. Dlxou, Floor M-aars. J. II. Holm in, 4. K Franklin, Wm. Norris, ( baa. K. R sa, M. Kelly, with J. A. Carroll, il sir manager, and II. M. He gun, assistant fl air man ager. Music Messrs. J. llalou, C. Klumpp, H. Fenner. Mewlames llotman, Schollenberger and llogan had charce of the supper. Mrs. (J. I), vt bltcomu scted as general superintendent of the affair and reudered valuable aealstance to the committee. in entering into a contract of assurance, which may not termi nate for many rears, to give the luhjVtt the cartful investigation that woul 1 be dtvottd to aoy other affair ol like importance. Ltt the pcrncn intending to assure his life s'udy the record of the Assurance Company proposed to him, and arcertain for himre I the results that have been recured by it. Due inquiry having been made, let the best company in wlrth to assure be selected one whose pa?t reccrd and fn sjnt financi.il condition justify the belief that in the future it will afftrd the greatest sec urity and profit. The Equitable Society has i.vued (and will send free to any one on request) a 4S-pige book, entitled the Growth and Present Condiion of the Equitable Society, which gives the record of the So ciety from its organization to the present time. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. "Strongest in the World." WALTER N. PARKHURST. aeneral Manager, NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT, Albuquerque, New Mexico. iinn uuLi LIU Santa Fe, Now Mexico. FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 5. For l'articulara Apply to BROTHER BOTULPH. Ho I for Jemez Hot.... Springs. JOHNSTON & MOOUK'S Famous Stages Leave EVERY TUESDAY MORNING fiiTFor the Resort. I.lvery Feed and Pates Btahles. Old Telephone No ft. II M'fH to anv put of th eltv for onlf JBo. ' Telephone JNo. 114 Ne COPPER 1TEKUB, Bet. Secoal mi Thirl Stl SMITH Is Endorsed br TIffi BANKS, LEADING LAWYERS. and BUSINESS MEN. OCTOBER 3 1 ST, Orchestrion Hall-ONE WEEK I MCNDAY, (iliK.A TKIi, NKW YUUK HTAU VAUDEVILLE CO., The most powerful anil relineil Vauilevllle hhow ever swn In Al injuerijUi'. 15 IVrf riii-M-IO Str .iyrlit Acts NOTHING KVEIl RKKN UKK IT. THE ESTATE OAK Mot con mist a NT. Tbe corporation organ to be consistent should insist upon lower rates for water, Kas and electric lights In tills cltr. Ttie people ot tbU eltv par Mr. Grant double prloea for these articles, and bla organ thinks It Is all right. He should surren der hie franchise and give other people a chance to bid on these things. When he tela his grip on tbe water ot the county, aa be baa now In the city, be will try to make slaves of the people, and will show them what be can do In putting up price. CONDITIONS ON THK ISLANDS. The condition ot affairs both In Cuba and In Luzu la uot improved by the policy ot delay whlcb baa been neoeasary, On both Ulauda Hpaulsb emlssarlae are at work trying to foment trouble tor tbe Americana. Borne ot their permoim ancee are of an lueendlary character and are causing uueaxliiees. In Cuba the danger of awkward complications ap-1 pears to be greateet, and Hpanlards have AQA1NST THK Kin II. A great cry Is made in this city agnlnst I'edro Perea because he has opposed Mr. Graul's Irrigation ditch. VYhilu at Wash ington, THK Citi.KN tsreliubly Informed, Mr. Ferguson wrote to Judge T. C. Gu- tterres, statlug that he was opposed to the ditch proposition. The letter Is said 1 1 be In existence, and Mr. Kergusson is here requested to permit its publication. In this ditch controversy, as lu every thing cite political, Ur. Kcrgu.-worj Is en deavoring to etradille. Since tbe above was written, a repre. eentative ot this paper met Juilge Gutier- rea thla morning, and the gentluiaa stated that he has a letter from Mr. Kergusson, stating that he U opposed to the Grant ditch scheme and to favor of the preseut system ot irrigation lo this valley. Mr. Fergussou's fi lends have beeu making a great noise about Mr. Perea'e oppoeltlou to the proposed ditch. Tuev will uleaae rise aud ezplalu XT, Vergusson's position. oov. onsu'a Hfct-oitT. The annual report ot Gov. U. A. Olcro to the secretary ot the luterior shows that the territory bi making rapid pro arse In Douulatlon and wealth. 1'he goveruor vlgorouhly renews his repre seuUlions for the early almiiwlou of New Mrxico to slatehootl and portra)s the undeveloped resources of the tern tory awallliig capital. He estimates the tot il populutlou of the territory at tbi, 0, lut luJlng au la dlan populalmu of ii&.lJUO. Uf the 1. 1J olUcers aud meu from New Uexioo In the war with Hpaio at leant one half were National Guardsmen. The report em botliee a letter from Col. Uoosevelt, writ tun from HaulUgo uuJ jr d-t'.a of July li-i, ooiumeudlng tlu b'bavior of His New Mexico trojpeis in the Uiugh Hlders' regiment. two cal'nai or M Alt. When tint fulled oiutes coini.tres the difference which tlirealeus to caue war between Knglaiid and Kri nee with tlut which caused bur own war with Bpalu hU4 finds reason to eungratulate herself.. Iq the case of the lulled Btutee a hu uiaue fellow feellug for au ' pprensed aud helpless ueuhbor aud a dnuaud for reparation lor the dintrutUlou of tl e Culled Hiates bitllc-lilp Millie at 1 f. r the tr. a lieriUi sluug'.iter of II i f her clllt 'ii. led her to open bimlilitiis. lu the caw of Krance and KiiUu.l t'.e mere poaneeilon of au 1 sovereignty over a patch of ground ttMiueauds of unlet re moved from the b ma eouulrt s, uol pos seielug peculiar ailvsutagee of fertility or wealth and uot ot the les-d ue for strategic purposes, Is the cauxe of the trouble. Ot course botl the.te couulrles Insist that a principle aud not merely territory is at stake, but many foolish thlugs are done lu tbe uame of "prin ciple." The tlnirbs and May STANLEY, Cleverest Hliirk Wire Hope formiinee Kver Seen. IVr- ORUWAY and RAND The greatest Trlt-k HicycllMU In Wor tl. the GARDEN and HUNT The most refined Vu-lrl Act of the Sea-ou. Mlxses STEVENS and BYRON I.oii'lon (ia e y iir s. That's a 1! RAYMOND, The Great 4 yoir-oM Yellow KM. Marvel of the Norld. The IACK.L1N and (JRODGENH Celebrated Chrnrter Voeiillsts. Intro- (In. lug their 1'itth tic Tabb hiiv, the 'Deuth of the rHanda d lleare ." MISS MARIE ETHEL T1LLSON. Prima Donna Honrnn , late from Covent (iitnlmi, London. CUANGK OF rilHiJHAM KVKKY NKJ1IT Like aBlister Dreadful Eruptions on Her Skin and Body Great Suffering Relieved by Hood'a 8araaparllla. "My little daughter suffered terribly Itb eruptions on the sklu and body which looked as though blistered. I have been giving ber llootl's bsr.apwllls and she has taken several bottles and la now almoit entirely cured. We were told she ould need a change of climate, but Hood's Bar urwr Ills has made it unneces sary." J.T.lUBKMAir.tt. Wlngate, H.H. 1 1 have been sutferlng wlthaoreaonmy face. I waa unable to sleep aad had no appetite. I began taking Hood's Sana- partus and after I had naed two bottles I felt Hire a different man. The aores dl appeared, my appetite Inoreaaed and loan now sleep soundly." Hbkbt IUicbbbs, Georgetown, New Mexico. Hood's Garsaparllla la tbe b In fact Ui. One True Blood Purifier. old bj all drugnLta. 1; alt tor t - , , r..,, are rromiit, erBelant and IIOOU a lllia e vlnrnact. Mrenta. HOILL ARK1VA1S. BTrKHIS' lUROPIaN. Kred. Klley, Kort W lnsrate; J. r. Ilalf ler, rut-ilinra: M K. Curry. Temple; J W. Hiillivsii, rieliiriiian. A. T-i H m. Hrott, Htttte, Mont ; Kred. Hituon, Loulevltle, Ky.j G llnrrls, 1,"H Anirelee; J. II. Smith ft lueltiw; K . Walpole. Santa Ke; A. J Uonrnn, Waslilnirtoii, U C ; Henry Ja robv. New York: W. 0. Teaadale, Jr. St I.oiiIm: John Kit'er. (liu ilia. Neb: II 1). Cane and wife. 1. ogmi 'l'ort, lud.; T. P, Robb, W. D. HiirnliHiii l nige Cuv; B. W Kreer, San Kraiiclsco; Thos. A. Lewis, Bt .Ireeiib. Mt) : Dal. ll'Tliesteit'l, U-iiver: W N. Turner. New York: II C. Kritter, Hoiitberii PttfiUc company; A. M. Btevens, New lork. HOT Kb HIGHLAND. K. II. Allctitt, Kansas Clty;H. P Caee, H. W. Criiikth aik. l,os Angeles; Kay M WonUII. Topeka. Ksn.;W. W. Campbell and wife, Toledo, Uhlo; A. Pogue, Kl Paso. (.HAND CKNTRiL W. T. Youiiur. KaiiHas Cltv: Victor! flloiit. Prescoit. A. T.: D. W. Creamer, K V. l.eary, Las Yegae; I'. 8. McCluer, Kan sas City. Judge II. L. Warren, who was at Santa Ke ou legal matters, has returned to the city LI1AS. 11 BROTHERS, Piano Impresario. Ailinlt-lon 'Joe. Heeerve Wea'a &0f. )n S ilu l liiirwliiv. at Ma's mi's IbMik Store AKMOHY 1IA1.I, S waafituajr - jt ', 1 mi WILL REDUCE YOUR FUEL BILLS Call and Get Facts concerning- the Most Wonderful Heating Stove On Earth We will guaantee them to Keep Fire 24 Hours More than 50 Sold last year in Albuquerque DONAHOE HARDWARE COMPANY SOLE AGENTS N. W. ALGER, Agent for New Mexico. Also Ag"iit for the best BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION, HTOCK T()K A1.W. MONKY TO IOAM. VVhitcomb Springs and Health fat, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open A.11 the Year. Good accomodfttions at reanonable rates. The following is the analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort: i. ,i j . : il n m ooaium tnioriae, graius per guuuu y Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon ........ . i 4.160 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896 Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188 Total 11-3371 Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Alhuquerqu foi the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning. Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. C. WHITCOMB. Proprietor. WTvI. CHAPLIN, -SALOOWS- 03T. 3 1 , fs'OV. 1,2 AND 3 flic Wonderful Veriscopc And only geiiiilns re ruilnction of the Corbett-Fitzsimmons Contest As It was held at Carwn City, Nevada, March 17th. UADARACCO'S SUMMER GARDEN. CO U CRT & RICE, Prop's (ao'c'cassoHS to a. badaiacco) On MounUIn Road Near the City A moat delightful resort, wbere all kinds of ilriiik. and ciaum are aerved. flenty ol ahade forvialtora. (five ui a trial. M E A H. H. Warkentin PBOPRIKTOB rMbcqnerqae Bowling Parlors! Coruni Klrst Bt. and Copper Ave. v Tbe Hnret Howlin Alleyi In the Bonthwrai Nice place to eprnd the evening. naioou atuu.ueu. THIRD STREET ,T-MARKET All kinds of Fresh and St It Meats. v. , Steam Sausage Factory, MASONIC TEMPLE, IJIIRD STJtEEl. EM I L KLEIN WOUTT, Prop THE ELK... 1" Beats on en hi Store. lit 0. A. Miitson & Cos HEL1NI k EAK1N, Wholesale Liquor and Cigar Dealers, AMD SOLI AGENTS TOR .5. mm tt oue of Hie uiowl refwrtA In the 4ff mnA 1s a.tlllsw4 with th A Viwjm eatuv air wtiyyiix7 wanes uv Dent and Dnnst minora. UEISCH 4 RETZLER, Proprietors. Patrons and friends are cordially Invited to visit "Ihe Klk." 20S Weet Railroad Avenn f Bottled in Bond. Awarded Highest Honori World s Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DH' Carpeutent' toola. Whitney Co. CIlEAPvI MI A Pare flrape Cream el Tartar Powder. 0 YEARS THF STANDARD- We handle evervtliiiiK In our Hue. complete illtiHtruteil tirice list sent free 11 lion aiiitl'c't'ioii. TIIK l.OWKST t'HU h.1) l l'Ji tH lit 11 mi, ut ine nesi III SOI'lll I I It MT Sl'HKKT ALIIl Ul KKyUK, N. M. Uaw to I'reteut Cruiip. We have two ehlMreu who are suhjei't to attacks ot r roil p. Vt heuever au attiiek Is coming ou my wife gives them Clmm Iter Iain's Couah Iteiuedy and It alwavi prevents the attaek. It is a household necessity iu this country, aud no matter what elee we run out of. It would uot do to be without Chauiherlaiu sCouirh Hem edv. More of It is sold here than of all other couah medicines eouibiued. J. M Mt'kle, ot Mt'klu Itros., merchants, Mi'kleville, Pa. For sale hy all druggists. The All"itierque Attract company (luttortMiratedl has the only complete, np to date set of books In the County, Ab stracts furulelied on short Uot ice ami at reasonable price. Why take chances of mistakes in looking tin titles from In tlezesY J. M. Moore, Mttmiger, 1U1 south Beooud street, new plume 'iii. Our assortment of ladies' silk and velvet waists is so far ahead ot aiivtliitig ever shown lu this city that it needs 110 couimeut ou our part, tuatenwaiu itroe, P. BAiiArtAbuO... Yen rinrsi ;ines, Liquors and Cigars Thud troet aad llieras Avecae. Atlantic Boer t lull I BCHNiUPKR LII. Fuom. Cool Ke bM on drench!; tbe finest Native Wine and tbe verr best ol flrat-elaae Llqaoca, One os a sail. Kailboad Aviroi, ALaooiraaooa. ONE FOR A DOSE. lUrltfl Pimple, PTWfayrjH iimbh riiriia tries niooo (it' bail iflHlMlal. Hid e iier aeviiaaaj mtib nor K-aTetn BllUiuam Clur.ll... tow kextlt PILLS BRILLIANT A complete Stock of the Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' Button and Lace Shoes of All Descriptions. Good Goods at Low Prioos. 113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque. IN. M. ESTABLlSHtD 1878 ' '"'uiui errux" n1 1 1 n Self Shining Stove Polish. I Has no Equal. Something New. No Mixing. No Dnst. No Smell. Large size Box by mall 10 cents. Manufactured and for sale by C. B. DENNY. Albuquerque. For sale by dealers. L. B. PUTNEY, "01d Reliable" Wholesale Grocer! & Hottest Goods FLOUR, GRAIN 'PROVISIONS. Oar Lata a Sueolaltv 0rrle the I-arrert and Moat titaulf. MUok of '.STAPLE : GROCERIES Honest Prko. To be lound ftonthwerl. Can'tBeBeat SSXsThe FaVOlitfi. Farm and Freight Wagons 1 Buy BOO RAILROAD AVENUE. 1 I I ALBUQUERQUE, N. M A. E. WALKElt, FIRE INSURANCE SecreUrj Intntl BnlldlDg IuikUUod, Offlee at J. a. HaMriSn'l lialM Yr. -r n ru. WW will in. 11 Meinl. rr. ur fa at uviu. mt, aokAaao CO. fktia, r. vr fail UaiT "Procrastination Is the thief ot time" and wi.I cause you some plumbers' bills If you don't provide an abundant coal supply before that sudden cold snap comes 011; Cerrlllos hard aud soft coal. ilahn & Co. All persons wishing furnished rooms uud all have rooms to rent are reiiieeted to communicate with W. C. IIithan, Cromwell bl'M'k, olllce with Mutual Automatic Telephone Co. 'Phone 425. Our entire new line of capes, jackets and ladies' tailor-made suits at a reduc tion of 25 to Do per cent on account of removal. Uolileu ttule Dry Uoous (Joui pan . WM. ZACHARIAH, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER WTIKKLKR'S OLD SHOP BKTWKKN GOLD AND BILVKtt AVK.NUK. Locks repaired, keys made and all kinds of repairing done. Native) and Cle0O Lumbar Balldlng Paper AJwaya la BKmi STaii"'i ai an 1 '"tl' '1'-' '! "'' siiiiavi Hn isiamJ lut, Doori, llladi, riiitir, lint, Ciaial llui FilntLltf First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque JAM1CM A. MAY, Of Williams. ArUoru, HAVB 400 Pare Bred Frencli Merino Backs for Sale, Rii;hteen months old, H'avy shearers fi to 7 pounds. Delivered on care in lota ot to or more at 8 10 p r head. 300 BUCK LAMBS Dropped In February same stock $5 per head. Kor ruiiire sueep Verinos . beat mem au. GHESGF.NT GOAL YARD. GALLUP COAL-Bt Do mestic Coal In use. Yard opposite Freight Office. A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent. New Telephone No. !e4.. Old Telephone No 25 Leave ordenTrlmble'i stables QHQ Fv S T The Red School House A w X' v Our . . . Prices FOR CHILDREN 1 BCRPASSICS FOR Ul 1111 SCH OWL btlOk. Call at Headquarters for Leather, narneas. Saddles, Batldlery, Hatldlerr Hardware, Cut Boles, Hhoe Nails, Hames. Chains, Vt hips. Collar, Bweat Pads, Castor OU, Axle Urease, Boston Coach Oil, Cnto Ne(r;ro, Kud.ly Harvester OU.NeateftKitOll, Lard Oil, Harness Oil, Linseed Oil, Cast I le rionp, Harness Hoap, Carriage bpoug-s ChamolH Bklu, Home Medlclutte. Frloo the Xjo-vtroaat. Highest Market Prices Paid for Hides and Skins. WOOL COMMISSION. w Thos. F. Keloher, 404 Railroad Ave Albuquarqu. Ford" Ladles' Bhnes cannot be beat for style aud qaality. I l lll.t The "Florshelnt" Reutlemen's Shoe U without a eiiperlor.both ia styles aud wear. Mutte: ''Best floods at Lowest For tale by 213 Railroad m. A. SIMPLER & CO. Htaf N I ftaHNWI'illt rftucil) fr tit'ii"i 1 ii" l-lr. l H n I-1 111 a I o I l ti 11 at. VS hit'-, n 11 It ft t U r it I '1 1 at I Chaf:i, or UV lliflallilllrt u at'Wtura. tl'iii, iiniaii'ii ur titi-in iMU eeataliea, aitm i'i I" u ' " " n - . . Jor sw-iil in pi.uii MrHHT, SHmmik' ('irruiavr ihiiI in rt-iticet. JACOHKOIiBEIl&CO Manufacturer of and Deals. Wagons, Carriages, Buclcboardsl Tbe Beat aUatarn Made Tehlolee Fine Horse-Sboelnr a Specialty. Satisfaction Oneranteed la all Work Rspalrlnr, Paictiug and Trlmminf Done on Short Notloe. t I I I I I I lint, Cornar Copper at. t&i Flrtt IU Aieegeeaeva. N. M BOLLERS BLACKSMITH SHOP Old fashions In tlrese may be revived, but no old-fashioned medicine cau re place ChaiulHtrlalti.s Colic, Cholera and liiarrhoea Hemedy. Fur sale by all druggist. 809 Copper Ave. Honethocing a Specialty. Wagon Repair lug and all Other Kindt of Blacksmitli Work Guaranteed. PIONEER BAKERY! riBST STB BIT, BALL1N1 BROS., PaoraiBTOM. Wfd'Iinsr Cakes" & Specialty I We Desire Patronage, and we Guarantee Flret-Olaae Baklsf. T.leeraph ordraeolteltea and Prompt! Killed Latest styles lu men's (ioodyear welt shoes at f IbO at the Ureen Front. Win. Chaplin.