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BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puna HUWUK9 A McCKKIHIIT, PnnuKnms Thos. Uchhks Kdltor W. T. McCriimrt, Boa. If t. and City Kd rOHLIUHKU DAILt AMD WBRtLf. AamAlated Pree Aftamnnn telegramr Official Paper of Bernalillo Conntv. Iargent City ftnd County Circulation The Larjfwt New Meitoo Circulation Larrest North Arlsoua Circulation ALBi yi KKQl K, NOV. 8. 1MJ TbiCiticrn to-morrow will contain tall returns of lh election In this terrl Wy. Tbi republicans ot this elty bare mad splendid light, and ths count ot the toU will be snrprlr to the opposition. Tbi richest fold mine In the world U located nnder the thriving town of Bella rat, Victoria, Aimtralla. It bae yielded nor than 1 150,000,000 ilnoe It wae opened, thirty year ago. An agent of a transportation company eye that by nest October $30,000,000 will be brought oat ot th Takon region. There ought to be a chance, then, tor thee 30.000 itranded fellow to be brought out, too. Consul Banna, at Porto Klco, warns people against going to that Inland with the Idea of eecarlng iipeedy riches. He aye that the Island U already the most popnloos country In the world, and that American labor would net and could not accept the Mist wagee paid tor home labor. TBI hlgheet mouulalu railway In Ku roue, leading to the top ot the Oorner Oral, In Switzerland, sltnated between the Uatterhorn and alniite Rosa, le about completed. It Was begun In IHM. A train can take 110 parweugers two miles bore sea level. The power la furnUhed by the water which flaws front a glacier, and la, therefore, most abuudaut In sum- mr when niuet nm-dml. THiiuttr ia in aw LANDS. The w rd bae goue forth that Thauke firing day la to be observed by Ameri cans In Cuba, and the tnrkeys bare al ready beeu ordered from the Uulted State. ThaukHgtriiig was once local American institution. Kor years it has been generally obwrrdd throughout the Uulted Slates, aud now It has begun its pread throughout the wide earth, and where ThaukHgirluc goes the turkey gos, and will go. The wild turkey was, In the beginning, an AmerlcAU bird. Dr. Franklin proposed him for the national emblem Instr ad ot the Qih-eteallng eagle. It would have been gain In the matter of originality had the turkey been select ed. There wae nothing particularly new or startling In the adoption of the eagle. The old Bomaus had pre-empted the idea. An eagle can nerer be dear to an Ameri can's heart; the turkey Is aseorlated with bis fondeet relations and experiences. nhlp for her, nor to n hr addd rc ''be art-dug from It to make nnjim niaadit on other nation, or to territory where she Ima no tight to be la the rernt diplomatic controversies, die hits boon I nun n-rdy aided 4y the Implied bsi'k ng ot the I'nlUd State. id thl.4 country ns profited by Kng Und'ri enivejs became the etetiKlin of Kngllsh lull lenea niaiis m;re freedom for American trade wherever the Brltlxh fltft goes, and becauie It sssiires to this country the continued support of Eng land wherever It may b necewary. As long as the two grent Knsllsh speaking nations, with lhlr powerful navies etnnd together the peae ot the world may be consider? I safe. I'ewey's presence, with a strong flt, In Asiatic waters Is a more Important factor In International affilrs than most people Imagine. VOLCANIC t.l HOPE. One eannon shot, fired in hostility, would almost certainly set Kurope In blare of war. Ot the powers among which the conti nent Is divided, most of those ot import ance are close to the verge of con II let over some Internal, continental, colonial or foreign question. The others have Just been beaten at war, are too poor to afford quarrel of greater proportions than civil riot, or else are dllier so small as to be beneath notice, or so closely allied to one ot the great nations a. to have their quarrels swallowed op In thoae ot their allies or masters. In France Is the most serious aspect. That uncertain repnlille Is besrt by anar chistic mobs, endangered by corrupt and scheming army, threatened by plot ting royallxU who hope to regain suprem acy, browbeaten by Kogland and over awed by Germany. England baa do serious Interns! or colonial difficulties, but she Is not many steps from trouble with France over Fa node, or with Bnssia orer the multifar ious Chinese qnestlon. Germany, aside from her old quarrel with France, ha further reason for keep ing her fleet in sailing shape and her army In marching order In the new trou bles that beset France, and which threat en in several ways to draw the kalner Into the quarrel. m 1 BOARD OF EDUCATION. SiMLW MEXICO HLWS! IS 00 IS MO 11 Hit las ou 7 SO 1 hU lift lift 11 uo I) 10 7 U 70 10 1 !! 1 1 t.l I 41 AO OHEAT HISTORICAL TBKAT1KM. The present meeting ot the oommlsr louers of the United States and ot Spain t Paris, which will result In an agree ment to be known as the treaty ot Paris nd the treaty ot ltft8, calls to mind the more modern ot thees agreements be tween nations for the purpose of ending wars, but which hare resulted sometimes In making way for more wars. Famous treaties In past centuries bars been made at what seemed out-of-the- way and unimportant places. It used to be said that the Karopean powers ad journed to the low countries to tight and also to make peace with each other. There was the peace ot Nlmeguen and the peace ot Utrecht In 1718, which required the execution ot severs 1 treaties, to which Great Britain, the Netherlands, Pruasia, Baroy and Portugal were parties, ud other now forgotten cities In the same region have been the scene of an forgotten events. Of later years, treaties between Im portant powers hare been concluded at great capitals, as Berlin, Loudon and, mors especially, Paris. It was In Paris, In 1713, that France gars np Canada to Great Britain, and the dream of French empire In North America came to an nd. It was In Paris that our distin guished American statesmen. Franklin, Jay, Adams and Laurens, three years af ter the surrender of Cornwall!, con cluded with the representative ot Great Britain the preliminary treaty ot Novem ber SO, 1783, and the definite treaty ot September 8, 1783. The next treaty we made with Great Britain was concluded at the low countries city of Ghent, where we aent a distinguished array of leading American cltlaens, Miners. Clay, Galla tin, John Qulnry Adams and Russell. These contrived to end the 'last war without mentioning ths causes ot It. IllWtl a V ACIt-f BILStKVISO IXSET Admiral Dewey Dow has, In Astatic waters, a fleet ot war vessels superior to that ot any other nation except Kugland. Iu any trouble that may arise orer there. Kuglsud aud the United Bute will act to gether, and no other com bluatlou can be made which will dare to so against that ous The presence ot the Uulted States Teasel at Manila is undoubtedly great aid to Kugland In maintaining ber rights agalust the aggressions of Kusela In China. The Kuglisb have been notably more deter mined aud the Busslaus bars shown lees disposition to punh their operatlous In ths far east since Dewey destroyed the Spanish 11 it and since the remarkable uisulfeelatlotie of friendship between the Uulted States and Kugland have been made. Evidences arise every day that the thorough uuderslaudlug between these two uetloii Is to be a potent fac tor tor years to come lu maintaining the peace ot the world, because It serves as constant warning to other powers that they must calculate on the united lutlu- uoe of both nations in their relations with each other. Kugland baa shown uo AtUposlUou to abuse this country's friend Blanch Ho.dea Elected Btgk School Ai Want Teacher' Committee Report. The board ot education held its regu lar meeting last night, with all mem ber present. The following bills were allowed: Peter Murphy $ O. W. Minns John Tnmlile O. A. kaleill, tut uplillrs. The Mliwing bills were reierred to the proper eouiniiurae: Koy McUnnaUI. fur tumpa Jiw. 1 helm, lor nervu r tn ,itt cuae. J. T. Jolinnton. window kliatiet V. J. lUwIrv, lili IHiuiiry tKiUHliiie HitnlMMre Co eoumlry and M tone Co W. (I. Halm, fin imI (I. W. Slriins, waul? batket M. Clmitinrr. tin ml A rt iinr hverMt. cltH k repairing Water bupply Co Ths bill ot Santiago Baca was refer led to Mr. Buyder for legal advice. The report of the teachers' conmilttt e wan real by Mr. James. The report fixed the minimum and maximum salaries ot teachers at $50 and V5 pi r month, ths salary for the first year being i0; tor the second year, ; for the third year, I'M, and the fourth year, . Princi pals are to receive $5 per mouth addi tional. The above alarloa were made applicable to the present corps of teachers. The teachers' committee asked for fur ther lime to recommend an assistant teacher for the high school. Mr.Ulegoldt made motion that Utsa Blanche Uolden be elected assistant In the high school, which motion prevailed. The superintendent snggseted that every teacher not holding a life certifi cate to teach from territorial schools, be required to pa an examination, aud the suggestion was adopted by the board. The report ot the superintendent showed an enrollment of 740. Ths treasurer's report was read, show Ing a balance on baudot tl3,0G4.ul. Ths board then adjourned. I.A VMI4R. f'rnin the ( Iptic. 'rs Jnha Hill and en have arrived home after a delightful vltlt with friends at Cliufon, Mo. r.'iej were Rbsf lit al-out two months. Miss Aiirelle Armlji. who lied been the gne.t of her cousin, Mis. K. O. de Henri qnex, depart' d for hor home la A'.tu qtier iiue. Rev. Gen. J. JnMUr.1, the parish priest a" Gallup, who lias been In Kranre for the a t yrar, arrlvrd from Purl. I'e will s end few days Ith Rev. Henry C. Pcliget. The newly organized rhntr at the esst (.Ms Cntholle church consists of Miss Rattle Knickerbocker, soprano; Mrs. Fnllle Douglas, alto; Joseph Rrhr, tenor; A Kiltch, base; Miss H 'sxls Caranaugh, organist. The Optic has been informed that J. C. Rrowu, poetmnster at Tao, and Dr. M. Mich vie, postmaster at Kliztlmthtown, hare exi hanged rfllffl. It is said that the change was made because of the dis satisfaction at both places. W. G. Walker, of the Los Ostos, Csl.. Mall, Is In the city for several months' soj-mrn. He Is accompanied by bis sis ter, who conies here for the benefit ot her health. Foremno Ch; rles Russell, of the O.ider- douk ranch, near Laroy, Is In towu re ceiving buuehes of goats from the Browne Mantaiiares company and from Montgomery B dl. Mr. Onilerdook now has 6,000 head of goats running In his Canada de los A I a in si pastures. This 37,010 acre ranch has recently been strnng round with five strand bar lied wire fence and when the work was fin ished It was dl -covered that Ave deer had been fenced In. Kstevan Kaston, Rough Rider, native boy, too, passed through for Santa Fe on Monday. He was stricken deaf and dumb In the buttle of San Juan hill by the bursting of bomb shell over his bead. For weeks he has been In ths various army bjspltals about Tampa, New York and Washington. After coming as far Wist as Kansas City he sutdebly recur red his speech Sunday. His hearing, l.S thinks, will also be restored sometime J ti.t as suddenly. Messrs. IS llson Waddlnghara and K. K Bradley, who have been welcome so Journer hereabout for some weeks, dn parted for the east. Tbey go first to Santa Fe and take the narrow gsng route there tor Durango, where a few d.tys will be spent lookiug over Mr. Wad dinhsm's extensive land and water In terests In southwestern Colorado. Thence thiy go direct to New Haven, Conn. Mr. Waddtngham expects to return to Las Vi gis soon after the flrnt ot the year. fqnsdron left behind with ths hoirws and rerfmental property. Uulted States Msrslisl ForaVef has re turned frm San Fra-iclsoo, where he has leen fur ths pnross ot di porting three Chinamen who hail been emtiirg'el into ths Uulted States. He was accompanied by Mrs Forsker, who had been visiting In Ixs Angeles for the past two motiths. II. F. Alps, who has been the a slsl tit In the Bant t Fe weather bureau the pst three month, left for Nashvillrt, Tenn., having ben transferred to the weather t fl'.-e tn tl.at City. Ill pines will be filled tir F. 8. McClintic. who Comes from Nashville. Mr. II -Cllntlc Is acctinpnnied by his wife, and they have taken rooms at the hsiillsrlnm. UltUKHO, from Hie Imliutnal Advertiser. Moitls Price, a merchant here In the early Bifs, is uow doing a prosperous buriincsti In R -WW ell. Fifty-oue quail Is a good afternoon hunting. Such Is the record ot Bob To) l!ns and Frank Audrews last Sunday. D. Del Curto has disposed ot bis Inter est lu the saloon business to C. Tahacchl, who In company with Martin Sategna, will continue to dispose liquid grooertee at the old place. A fair sited pile of alfalfa, belonging to Juan Jose Boca, was found to be on fire last Monday afternoon. The boee company had good stream ot water plalug on it within four minutes of the llmt alarm. A highly educated, popular and charm' ing youug widow ot Socorro will, accord' Ing to rumor, soon become the bride ot populnr ex-judge. It 1 eald that another disciple of IlUckstoue filed a demurrer to this plan ot action, but he was Informed that he was not pleading his case accord ing to the New Mexico coda ot civil pro cedure. Miss Flora- K. Sperling has returned to her home In this city for a visit. She Is a pupil at the agricultural college at Las Cruces. AH MAHCIAL, Miliums lilvan Away. It Is certainly gratifying to the public to know of oue concern iu the land who or not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Dlncovery for t'ouuuip lion. Coughs aud Colds, have given away over ten million trial bollleeof this great ruediclue; and have the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thou sands of hopeless cosee. Asthma, Bronchi tis. Hoarseness and all diseases ot the Throat. Chest and Lungs are surely cured by It Call on J. H. O'Reilly & Co., Druggists, and gel a trial bottle tree. Regular size 60c. and tl. Kvery bottle guaranteed, or price refunded. aiarhaa Cash rrtoaa raid For furniture, stores, cat pets, clothing, trunks, names, saddles, shoes, etc Hans, III ttolo avenue, next to nene Karso KinrsHs otlloe See nut before run hoy or sell. to cms; a Colo i one imi Take Laxative Bromo Qnlnine Tablets. All drngglHta reniud the ui ney ir ll rails In cure. 20c. The genuine L.B. U. on eicb tablet. tat Sale. I have some pronertf lu the Santa Clara valley uear San Jose, Cal., that I will sell cheap, or trade for property In Albuquerque, New Mexico. For particu lars address Joliu M. Dow. Albuquerque, N. M, In care of Donahue Hardware company- , Flral klrMt aud fluid ,. J. 0. Gideon, dealer In furniture, stoves, crovkem and glass ware; house hold goods bought, sold and exchanged Highest pr'ces paid for rrc nid hand goods, fits me belnre yi u buy or sell No. 14tm south First treet aw r I irty Imi, An Old and W ux-Tuhcd bxiicuy. Mrs. Wluslow's rvsxhlug byruo has been used for over fifty years by millions or moiners ror ineir cnuiireii wnue leeiii- lug, with perfect succees. 11 soothes the child, softens ths gums, allays all pslu, cures wind colic, ami Is the liest reuittty for ditnhnea. It Is pl-aeiti : o the taste. bold by rtrnyulht-i III vi r part ot the world. Twrv IHe c i 's h Isittle. Its value Is Ini'HleulHl.le. I'- re and s-' tor Mrs w lin.lni's ritH.llii: u -)rii', ni take no o'l i r kind. Are y ll in litrd of a new b-dtrer, i ;;r rjal, ciw.li limk or sntclnll.t r il d h.ri l of any 1 Im.V Or pertiais yon I a :t'e of msKLXiiii that nee! t I'l .tr . ll so, call at TiJK i'l ' lKN liliiilny ui.ii K'l prices. Beet wo.kuianiiliip, iici s O K. "Procrastination Is ths thief of tune" aud wl l cause you some plumbers' bills If yon don't provide an almuitaiil coal supply before that sudden cold susp eotues ou; Cerrlllos hard and soft ooal. Ualiu Sl Co. The turtle fad U all the rage. See the tor' lee, only at the Kooiiomlst. Stove repairs tor any stove' made. Whitney Co. Ktnm Hie Headlight. The Demlug baud Is preparing fjr masquerade ball, to be given In the opera house on Thanksglvtug evening. Coleman slatlou, svvea miles east of Demlng, ou the Santa Fe, Is now called ''Mirage, a new sign bearing that name having been plsd there by ths railroad company. 81m Holnteln, James Porter, Tom Brown and other stockmen from the Mlmbres, delivered 1,100 head of cattle at the stock pens (Q Demlng, which they had sold to Kd. Brown, of Kansas City. Laet Wednesday evrnlug Col. Richard lludsou received telegram dated at Sil ver City and signed by Johu Kutzmlnger, of Shermsu, Texas, stating that Geo. 0. Perault hod died at bis borne In Sherman Unit day. Mrs. A. J. Gilbert sold ber residence on C.ipier avenue to Mrs. Hyatt; considera tion, lUXM. It is understood that Mrs Gilbert aad her sister, Miss Brown, will in short time remove to Klmlra, N. Y Mrs. Hyatt Is a comparatively new comer to Demlng. SANTA ten.. fr rum Uie Nr MeiU an. Right after election, Mrs. T. B. Catron expects to go to Chicago, where she will remain for several weeks for the benefit of her health Miss Mamie Waldo, daughter ct Judge and Mrs. H. L. Waldo, U iu New York attending a young ladles' Institute aud finishing her education. Mrs. Roy Fugate, daughter-in-law of Conductor aud Mrs Fugate, is still in the city aud Is enj iylng her visit rery much. She will Join her husband iu Kl Paso the first ot the coming week. Mis. R. K. Twltchell 1 In St. Jos.ph, Mo., where she will reniulu for a year or more under medical treatment, this alti tude being too high for her health. Her youug son, Waldo Twltchell, Is with his mother aud attending school In St. Joseph. Miss Bertha Hurt, of this city, a very capable and charming young lady, has I taken Miss Mould's place as teacher of I the kindergarten In the Indian sehisil, Owing to the steady Increase In attend ance, Mrs. Van Schick has been secured as a pcial teacher, temporarily. Captain James A. Maaale.aeslntaul sur geon of Roosevelt's Rough Riders, re lumed over the Bauta Fe from New York, where he has been tukiug a special course lu mediciue since mustering out. Th doctor remalued at Tampa with th From the Bee. Conduct r Garrett has moved his fam ily to Socorro and taken run on the Msgdalena branch. The retirement ot the Frans Bros, has left two store bull lings vacant. Busi ness men locking for a location should make a note of this. Mrs. A. i. Richards and her sister, Mrs. Wm. Blspham, left San MsrcUl for St. Paul, Kan. The sudden Illness of their father occasioned their dep trture. Charles Featherston, on of the prin cipal owners of the Roeedale mine, de parted for Denver on Thursday to pur chase ma"hlnery that will add to the facilities now employed at the mine tor saving ths gold and expediting the work of development. Th contemplated ad ditions to ths mill machluery will In elude what Is known as the cyanide pro cess ot saving th gold, and steam hoists. Last Saturday evening a meeting was held at the residence of Mrs. A. A. Kel lam to organize Chautauqua circle of this society. The following members were enrolled: Mrs. A. A. Kellam, Mis Lucy Kellam, Mr. and Mrs. A. Crulck shank, Mrs. G. H. Sweet, Mrs. H. W'.Craw ford and Miss Grace Clark. Officers were ehosru as follows: Mrs. Sweet, president; Mrs. Crawford, rice president; Mrs. Kel lam, secretary and treasurer. ' OAI.LIP. From the Gleaner. Iter. P. A. Slmpkln returned home from a two days' trip, spent at Ilolbrook and Wlnslow. Mr. and Mrs. Del. Chandler returned from the mountains after summer of r inching, and are sattsfiiMl to leave It to others In the future. Mr. Tophkui, who drives the Ice wagou tor Mr. Page, Is busily engaged lu build lug a house for btmsolt aud family near the O'tlrennan property on Hill avenue. Mrs. Hunt, acwinpauied by her brother, Robert Kelly, returned from Wlnslow, at ter attending the wedding ot T. Black wood end Miss Kelly, which took plane iu that burg on Thursday evening. Miss Mods Mlliktto, ot Oaiithit, Neb., ths supreme guardian ot the Woodmen's Clr le, arrlreii iu towu this we 'k, and will eudearor to orgauiZA circle lu Gallup. M. C. Gann, the deputy sover eign oomuian ler of the Wot dinen of the World, has aM) arrived here from Omul. a tn organize a brunch ot fie order lu Dulliip. A piety wadilln' tiok pi ice at the home uf Mr. aud Mm. WiClaiuson ou Tueedsy ev ulng lt at which time Mis Mary Alice Williamson, the oldest daughter of the family, was milted lu etie bonds ot matrimony to Charles Milton Stewart, ti e oldest son ot William Stewart. Ths c-rnuony was performed by the Rir P. A. Siiivkin. While at work on Thursday lu ths mine James I. Simpson wat pretty badly used up He was breaking tn one of the new mules and the obstreperous creature ran away with his load. Mr. blmp-irn attempted to release the mule from the car, and threw out the hook which was taught by his glove and was dragged some distance before extricating himself, being rather severely cut about the face at d bruised about t'ie limbs aud body but fortunately suffered no severs injury. He will be able to be about shortly. SILVfcH UIT1. From the Enterprise. Six hundred aud thirty names hav been registered In this pre 'lnct, No. 3. The registration ot IHM was A sneak thief stole our double barrelled shot gun from ihls office. If he will only loan It to us for second she or his heirs will be given a warranty deed to the gnn At Kl Paw, Texas, Monday, October 31, HM, Miss Tempe Isley, of Sliver City, New Mexico, was married to W illiam Shields, of Chihuahua, Mexico, The happy couple left next mornlug for Chi huahua, where they will make their tu lure home. Some stieak thief stole thirty three eups aud saucers from the banquet hall on the night of the Rough Rldt r eel' bratlun The doors were lin ked at 2 o'clock a. m., after every body had been served, but the thieves after ward obtained an entrauoe and got away with some of the chiuaware aud some very nice cakes that were left. Gaston R. d'liumy. onn of the Rough Riders of Troop H, who was left behind very sick In the hwpltal, returned to this city, Saturday. His companion had lost track of him and we e afraid that he bad passed In bis checks. They were agree' ably surprised at his return. He has re sumed his old position with A K Dawson & Co., at Santa Rita. (QtWE(2for (BoEeSa Set? Vt'hen the children get their feet wet and lake cold Rive them s hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Aver's Chei I'ectoril. and put them to bei The chances are they will ba all right in the morning. 'Con tinue the Cherry I'ectoril a few days, until all cough his dis appeared. Old coughs sre i1o cured; we mein the coughs of bron chitis, weak throitt and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always mide eisy ind frequently cured by the continued ui of n Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing end healing inflamed throats snd lungs. Put ono ot Dr. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Piasters over your iunga Thm Saw' JKWeaV 4 of r few Fnml W'a now riava anms f ti mil awl. nsnt piiricitit in tin, r.iit.d ti. t'liiimisl nHwirtniittlr. ami limH Mr. in-- mlti-ntm ni ti ni fir aivina yia milli'l ailvli-f. Wins fraaiy all UiB bar Uulara In ,inr rn-a. AuiIkm. Dr. J C ATFR. Liuwaii, aiaaa. uwaii, aiaaa. m -l- CkKKIt.l.O I. CMP COAL TOOK TI1K KIN ST I'H'K AT THE WOK 1. 1) S KAIK. HEUNI S EAKIN, Wtolcsalo llqnor and ' Ctgar Dealers ARB SOLI AGI1TJ "E atauaaa 1 lijr Markal, Kausas C.ty, Nov. 8. t attle Re 0-1 UW. OtS head. Market, steady. Native steers. li "5io.H."; Texas steers, t'i.7f(4.5ti; Texas cows, (I Uhfl UO: na live cows aud heifers, ii vj stock ers and feeileis, lli.likiil.7o-, bulls, (J 10 kci 50. Sheep-Receipts, 3.000. Market, firm Umlis, fa.'Aub.aO; muttons, US i1.15, Awarded llghest Honors World'i Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DiX mm CREAftl A Per Orspt Crcars ol Tartar Powder. 40 YFARS TIW. STAND KXIX f Bottled in Bond. We handle everything In our line. A Complete illustrat'd price list sent free upon application. iiik i.uh.si PUH'KD Lll Ult HOl'SK la the West. Ill SOI'TII FIKST MTRrKF.T, ALUL'UUEHUl'K. N. M. NERVi .. , . VITALITY " LOST VlCOR. - ANU MANHOOD patency N.jciil lniMicna atsl waiiina ll ciftti l MW-abiiM, cr earn, ij a-y firuiift tlw ruiK Kluw 9 pla rhr.ks anS ra. mrm n-sei yMtii. t f rv, ol1 acr ''(v ooai o mica iot ux.ou, wan a wnnaa ; V auramct 10 mil or mnaW ih nioocv. nrraiu irtt4kal e., Cl'atu t atatm ti., Crkat. JOHN ) I:"HY, Albuqner4iie, N. H. t olrslla Ma, Double bl.u kets for 75 cents per pair. Large site b ds for l 60. Nice children's rockers for 50 cents. Ladles' rockers from l CO to 7 60. Large selection ot Navajo blankets. The best selectlou ot Iron beds In th city. 1 he "Duplex" mattress best tor f7&o. In 1HM7 Tlios. Mclutosh. of Allentown, Teuu., hail an attack of dysentery which became chronic. "1 was treated by the best physicians In Kast Tennessee with out a cure," he stys. "finally I tried Chamberlain s Colli), Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy. After using about twelve bottles 1 was cured sound and well. Kor sale by all druggists. Sur Kent. The well known Vrlsarrl store, oorner of ttailroad avenue aud Fourth street; heat location for dry goods and clothing business. The store has been nsed for said busluess for the last seven years. HUM. f. KELKI1KH, AgeUl. WHERE hould a man assure his life? W.th the EiuitaSle L'fe Asuea-ce Soie'y of the Unite! St.t r. !f vi wnts the Se ; and in all thing" th it concern he future of li'n fin 1, he h'niM b ly tin bt-s and none but the lv.Bt. Posiihiii ies and probabilities are all very veli as far 99 they go, but in a tran9.iC.ion on which the future of the fanilymty d ;p;id, cerUinly ibso'u e certainty should be l e consideration . The Kqu:table Society givca protection t'iat p otects; protectin that ia guaranteed by the strongest life ompany it ths world, whv.e 8Jrplu is lirger by many m'l iots than that of any other company. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. "Strongest In the World." WALTER N. PARKHURST. General Manager, NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT, Albuquerque, New Mexico. MEA MARKE THIRD STREET I All kinds of Fresh and St It Meats. .. ' ,. Steam Sausage Factory. MABOyiC TEMPLE, I II I HP ST11EK1. EM IL KLKINWORT, Prop BK1LMANT Self Shining Stove Polish. Something New. Has no Kqual. No Mixing. No Dust. No f moll. Largo size Box by mall 10 cents. Manufactured and tor sale by G.E. DENNY. Albuquerque. Kor sale by dealers. ESCEia GCAL YARD. GALLUP COAL Best Do mestic Coal in use Yard opposite Freight Office. A. J. GRAWfOPiD, Agent. New Telephone No. I64 Old Telephone No 25 Lcatc ordcnTrimblc's stables JACOB KOKBEK & CO ktaaofactarer ol and Daalat Wagons, Carriages, Buckboards I The Baal Kaatera-Made Tehlelat Pine Hone-Shoelnc t Specialty. rUtUfaetloa OnaraoUed ia ail Work Repairing, Fainting and Trtmmln, Done on abort Notice. I I I I tip, Cornir Coppr if. Ui Flril SI . Ausotnwon. N it THE ESTATE OAK l tnm-, , ', vaJ5!X' lawrwrr.-)!" VILL REDUCE YOUR FUEL BILLS Call and Get Facts concerning' the Most Wonderful Heating Stove On Earth We will g-uaantec them to Keep Fire 24 Hours More than 50 Sold last year in Albuquerque DONAHOE -HARDWARE 1 aajaiaVrm-mi r SOLE AGENTS Hol for Jemez Hot.... Springs. JOHNSTON & MOOllE'S Famous Stages Leave EVERY TUESDAY MORNING tST'For the Resort. Livery Feed and Sale 8tahles. HACKS to anv part of the city for only 2&e. Old Telephone No 0. New Telephone No. 114 COPPER ATEHDB, Bet. Second and Third Sts SMITH PREMIER. la Kndorard by THE BANKS. -SALOONS- THE ELK... Now U the lime to order your blank account booke, so tliey will be thoroughly weaMiiiied, when you open a new Bel of boose trie unit of ths year. All kinds or blank b mka made at The CitiKN bind ery. Let us Rive you prices on your won oeiore Heumug ll out or. town. XB one ot the nloeet reeorts In ths city, and la supplied with ths beat and finest liquors. HSISCH A BETZLER. Proprietors. Patrons and friends are cordially Invited to vlult "Tbe Elk." SOS Woat Railroad Ayii. P. BADARACCO... Very Finest nines. Liquors and Cigars Talis Htreet aad rtjere Arena. Vtlantio Beor Hall! BCHNKIDXa k LU.PBOPS. : xl h.ta beat oa dnnabii tbe Bnaat hil Wine and the vary beat of flrat-alaaa Llqrton. Olvs oa a gall. BaiLaoAD Avaaroa. ALaoouaaoea PIONEEK BiiKERY! BiLLIHO BROS., rmoraiartoaj. Wedding CakeT a Specialty I We Dm lr Patronage, and we OaaraBla Flrat-Class Baktna;. Talamapb ordanaollHtad and Pmmotlv Filial Can'tBeBeat Honest Goods Honest Prkta, See Me Before You Buy or SelL klk Favorite. oa ooiiX) a.vh. SHOES T The Red School House FOR CHILDREN 1 Bl'RPiSSKS FOR V?KAR AM OIHkli SCHUUL bliua. The "Ford" Ladles' Shoes cannot bs beat for style eu ijadUiy. The FlnrHlieloi" Ccutlemens 8ko i wlthoMt a Hunerior.both lu styles ami wear. Our Motto: "Bead GooJu at Loweat Pileea" Fi sale by 213RailroadAy. A. SIMPIER & CO. ra. a tnT a wvrrno w . , IXAUUXU LAW I HXO. and BUSINESS MEN. N. W. ALGER, Agent for New Mexico. Aim Agent for the beet BCILDINQ and LOAN ASSOCIATION, "Tiiin xJiDXJeiTii-a.r-." 8TI.1CK VOH 8ALK. MONKY TO LOAN. WJVL. OHLJJ-ilJN , ampleto Stock of the Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Ladies Button and Lace Shoes of All Descriptions. Grnnd Goods at Low Prices. 113 Railroad Avenue. Albuqueroue. N. M. Ssmi aT I Ill a". ESTABLISHED 1878. L. B. PUTNEY, "Old Rellable"s Wholesale Grocer 1 CarrlM th Uaraaat aaO a atoaa af H' I .1 11 IK 4 A N V. mm.s.i.ii PROVISIONS. -:staple : uuocjjcuijch;- Oar Lata oolaltv. Ta ha touaS aaathwaa. Farm and Freight Wagons I RAILROAD AVENUE. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M l ii j' j tub, B.en, llBI, CiSIll ai... aii. sta il.aysla ,u'1 mw' First St. and leaa Ave., AiDuquerque. Calearjo Limktr Buildlnf Paper A. E. WALKER, FIRE INSURANCE Stcrttirj luliul Building liiocltllon. Oraaa at J. O. HalrlrMaa'a l.oiibr Tanl. Laos eurtalns aluioat given away. May 3l Kaber, lit Gold avenue. WM. ZACHARIAH, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. WIIKKLKR'S OLD SHOP BKTWKKS GOLD AND BILVKK AVKNUK. Locks reualieil, keys made and all klnda of repairing dons.