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S.I . QUAti"- IL. ' V THE EXCELLENCE OF SY8L? OF riGS U due not only to the originality and ImpUclty of the enmbinntion, bnt aim to the care and skill tvlth which it la manufactured bj wltnliflc irow known to the California Yia Nvrvp Co. only, and we wish to linpre-w upon all the Importance of iHirvliHsIng the true and original finely. A a the genuine Syrup of Ki I manufactured by the Calipohxia Kin Hvbup Co. only, a knowledge of thiit fnct wiil aanlat one in avoiding the worthies Imitation mnnufnoturert by other pr tie. The high standing of the Cali fornia Kin Hrm'P Co. with the medi cal profraainn, and the aatinfai-tion which the pen nine Hyrup of Fig haa (riven to million of familipa, make the name of the Company a (rnarnnty of the rxccllunce of it remedy. It la far lo advance of all other lnxatlve. aa It act on the kidney, liver and bevel without Irritating or weaken lng them, and It doe not frripe nor nanaeat. In order to iret It beneficial effect, pleate remember the name of V v Company CAlirORMA TIG SYRUP CO. AN rKANrlM, CtX V TiLi.r. r. nrwvH. !. THE DAILY CITIZEN Tama at iiherlplo. Imlly, by mall, one year S "0 luily, by mail, tn month 8 on liatly, by mail, Iliree miuitht....a. 1 r llaiiy, Iy mail, one month r0 I raitv by carrier, one rtiiinth ?B Wrrkly.liy rra I, per year no 1'hr DAILY C itikw will le dellveteil la the my at the low rate of tio rem per erlt. or for 70 cent ler nnittin. nen paui mommy. 1'bee rat a are lea than iIunm: ol any ollivr CMIIy paper in llie tumtoiy. A DVK.HTIStNO RATFS ma.le known on 41 application at the utile oi puttmation. THK CITIZKN lob olllce I one of (lie tM l tn the aotitnweat. and all kimla u( jnli printing la etecuted with neatneaa auo a, low eat pricea. ri IIK CITIZEN HINDF.RY la rnmtilrte X and well lined to do any kind ol kiielm Pf"HK CITIZEN will be hamllefl at the otltre t. Mtilta. ripliuna will becnllerteilbyll.il Til. ton. or can oe paid at the ulliev. NOTICE la hereby aiven that onlera given by employea upon I Ha t ivikn will nut be honored unleaa praviuualy trniior-d by the proprietor. THE CITIZEN la on aale at the following place in the city! M. E. Newcomer, MI'J Railroad avenue: llawley'a New Depot. South Herontl atreet: A-1). Matron Co a, Hot Hallroad avenue, and Harvey Eating liouae t the depot. THE KKE LIST The free lit of The CITIKN embrace. Notlrea of Hirlha. Mar riagea, runerala. Death. Church Services and Enterulnnienta where noailmiaeion lat harmed. IILOI1KS4 Mi.CHKIi.il I. Minor and I'ubliahera. From the New Meiiran. Jadg John K. McFi relumed from the aoiithero part of the tirritory Sunday night, Whr lie had been culled tipoa nrgent legal btiHln Captain Bigelow, a former blockade rnrmar between Ky Went and Havana, and ft tin can ehnw the war received from many wounili. Is In the city aa photo graph artist, and la working for C. Q. Kaad. II. K. Alp ha been hrd from at Naehvlll. II la much pleased with hi J b and the t:iwn, albeit It haa been ao itormy moet of tha time that he ha not hid much of an opportunity to ana the e ty. Mr. Alp ray Naahvill ha very Die achnolH. Klucatioiiat Inntllutlon. ndrorloty la way tip. rt, Q iIuq, a miner agix) 8.1, who ha been laid op for anme year with rhen nOitlHm and paralyel. died at tha hoxpilal Sunday night and was buried Monday at ll a. ni. by I'mlertaker Wagner from the dihedral. In Kwarlo cemetery. The da ceaaed ha a brother In California who ha cared for hltn, and who hurled him. Kv. K. II K'iioida,ot Rii'hmnnd, Ind., now goveriinint Indian loepector and viaitlnn the I'uehln and Jlcarilla Apache agency in thl city, preached In the Bt John's Mi'thudlit church Run day night. It wan a vigorous dlecouiite and was Itatened to Willi ninch tntereat by the large eongrpgntlou. Kd. bhlplda, a llland mining man, came over Saturday and reglatered nt the Ki changi1. He went north Monday morn lag over the narrow gauge to Monca, Colo., whence he returns lint week. Mr. Shields any while there la not much iloirg now In the gret ramp, there Is every Indication of brink revival of limine In the spring when prospect will look better than ever. However, the Alheumle mill will run all winter, and there will be more or lea work going on. with T-fHr.nta n wViuer th monoj collected In any one school district nndet the eei'ti.ni til lj distributed among all the schxil dUtricts In the prrclnrt, ha had my attention, and In reply wnu'd say, the section referred to was conatruid by our snprenie court In the cute of the Rimrd of E luoallon v. Iafora, all w M xlco 2'.iJ. In Angtiat, r.'.'l, before it was amended by chapter till, laws of lv.ij. In which it was held that all of the llcenae nioi ey nollectel In the town of Las Vegas ehould go to the public shools of that town, and the learning of the court In that raee would apply lo the one suggest d b? yon. It wiil be noticed that the original section 3., in the lt paragraph, ei. preeely provided that If there were more than one school dlatrict in any precinct, the amount should I divided aiu nig the several school districts, pro rata, while chapter !U of the laws of lH'.Kt, amending that spcllnn, leaves out that provision. This was evidently d ina with the delib erate Intent to change that put ion of the law so as to give the school dintrict with in which the "temporary fund' arone the full beniflt of two thirds of that sum, without having to ehare It with any other school district within the precinct where the fund originated. I would, thererore, say that two thirds of the money collected nuder auy of the provisions for a "temporary" echoul fund should be distributed to the district In which the artme originated and that the other school districts in the precinct are n it entitled to share therein. Very respectfully, KllWAKI) L. Hahi.rt T, Solicit r (leuerhl of New Mexico. tovnvt or $ac(ieio. LA I Kt'CIH. able to be of several TIME TABLES. Atchison, Toiieka & Santa Ft PHOM TUB north Arrive No R-Culifornia I.lmlied 11: lo am Ni,. 1 (.'ulitoitita Liprvaa VrtlApin No 17 Eiprea - :'.'5 jun ooinii NottTH Leave No. 3-Atlntic Ejpren 10:45 pin No. a'J-l.ix l Ki,rea 7,'jron ,No. C ll'ornia Limited H:ltpiu PHOM TI.K SOUTH Arrive Kn. O'J Liiral kxijtes ti:ro lim IIIHMI Mlt'TH Leave No. Vt-Meiicu hipre, l'J:n am Santa FnPtdlii-. KKOM THE WKHT Arrive No. 9- Atlantic hi pre ' Unao pm V. 4('alil.irnia Limited U:llb pin 4.0INO W ksr l-ave No. 8-Calilornia Limited 11 : am No. 1 1'aciUc Llpieaa W:uCpiii Noa t and 9, f'ai itlc and Atluntlc Eipresa tave Pullman palace dr wing room cars, tour- at tleepuig car and chair iara lietwrcn Llil- o and Loa Any ie ami nun riaucinco. ii, Ul a-id U'J. Mrl'i'o an-l l.is al r.i -rrM, have i'lillman palHi r cura and cliau cai (loin hi r aao to hansaa C it v. The lalltiirnia Limited lathe HceKlaud (.itr m irHtiM-ontiiit'lilul tia ll ever run. It can only hiat-clas lull laic (waacnger anil make Very lew Mop. ... Monday. Wednewtay and hrulav only. , 'I uraday, '1 liuraiiav mid Sunday only. W. H. THI'LI , Jolul Agent. Crf l N i,C Uuvfi Ollili .erili ilv lielnic j, ,reelly l the i rjri ki'uI ir tli oiKfiis'i 44 f) n '& or the 4enlta-l rlnar. Jft Er, ' rna. rnintrta u Mt tY B j eliaiiue of uiei. 4 are ViS-i2i.5uJr.ainteerl la 1 ! I - Miaull plala pnek. -m w m Tm nee. by mall, )l.o l SJ XJErull only by J. H. O'KIP.1 L? M Co nsole A(ul. Albaqaerqne, M, M. TO IIKK A COI.If IN OKI 11 AT Take Laiative Hrc.tno tj'ilnlne Tablet. All druggUt refund the money if it fail to cure. The genuine I,. B. y on each tablet. MJS1IUSS NOTES. H tulM till Market. Kansas City, Dec. 7.-Cattle-Becelple, l'J.OUO head. Market, steady to IDc lower Kallve etfers, $3 &it$o 4"i Texas steers t3 OOuj 4 -r Tesita cowh, 2 15:1 -J'. native eows aud heifers, ITu4.2S lockers and feeders, f :j.JoJ4.1I0j bulls, I.L0.U4 10. bheep-Kecelpts, 4,(hJ head. Market, firm. Lambs, (4 VM" muttouB, ?1 35 04.10. Oblewgo Mlock Market. Chicago, Dec 7. Cattle Hecelpts, 30,000 bead. Market, avrajlLg 10c lower. Beeves, 3W'ittrt It); cows and lieifers, t2 0034.70i Texas steers 3.804.20; tuckers aud feeder-), (2 SOidt 40. 8hiHp Receipt. Itf.OUO. Market steady Natives, t'J.nPfti.iu; westerus, (310 S4.35; lambs. 3.75el45. hrum Kio tfraiule (cputilicau. Mrs. K. C. Darker is again about after au liiill-pisition weeks. The Utile children of Mrs. A. L.ChrMy ars ri'i'oxerlug frunt an attack of chlrk-u pox. (teorgs W. OrtijiM Ih iiii from Janos, Mexico, and will spend the Christmas holidays with roUtivos in Mesllla. I The Wediiewlay club tnet Irtxt week with Mrs. Louis Hostetter. Interesting pupers were prepared upon the subjects of "Pocisltam," by Mrs. K. C H.irker, and The Pope's Keeldeuce,'' by Mrs. I. U. Curran. J. C. Carbounlsr, of the Carbonnler A Lucero Flouring mill, has withdrawn his Interest, and the mill will be conducted by Rarbaro Lucero A Suns. Mr. Carbon nlar expects to give his attention to min ing In the Organ mountains. Jiste Avnncio, who has been hostler of U. B. Holt's horses, met with a painful Injury from one of the animals. While watering them on Wednesday, the ro came loose from the neck of one of the horses, and as the mail stooped to pick It up, the horse kicked bini, breaking bis arm. He had the injnred uiemtwr set ai.d dressed at once, and it Is hoppd he will soon have the use of It again. From the Dona Ana County Republican Malik Amador, after visiting his parents several dnjs, returned toJuarei I'ueeday uioruilig. The Misses Tjsin arrived from New Yoik, to be at the bedside of their brother, A. "'. Tyaon, who Is gradually recovering from an attack of typhoid fever One arrest has been made for vlolatlou of quarantine rules. We art) Informed that family of Americans living little way out of towu, who had one or to uirUibers down with ouiiillp: . were quarantined. The head of the family visited town, thereby disobeying orders and was promptly arrested aud lined 3 aud costs. C. V. l'rlce aud wife, of t'tttsville, Mo., arrived here Saturday morning and will spend the wluter in the Interest cf his wire's health. These people are relative of Captain Kanlkuer and were here last winter sr.il spring, having left in June to look after property Interest In Missouri. Kir sale prices at Ilfeld's this week. Best raugo oa the markot. W hitney Co. Kor nice holiday prewnt go to May A Kalier. A Torrey razir for 1 1 at J. II. O'Kielly A Co's. Xit'as presents suitable for every one, at The 1'hoenlx. Hee tin latest the Cyrano neck chains, only at the Kuououiisl. Just received a car load of Letup's beer at IlKi'hechl A (iioiiil's. Mlankels, comforter and pillows In einlli si vaiiety. May ,v. hatier. Kor the beat and purest malt whisky for invalids see Hji-hechl At (Jtuiul. Our art department Is tha uinnt com plete In every detHll. The K.-oiioinlst. Mrs. Albright hits engaged more help lu th gallery to meet the holbl.iy rush. HicHxt.iKi:" Canned (itsjus-KIt for a king only at Becker's Cash tin eery. r"or good smoke try me ltnowu best lu towu for 5 rents, hi ht Jo.Nf s. Kor ooffne-arrac and Swedish punches, leave your orders at Hachecht A (itotut's. Kor Tom and Jerry, mm punches and military punches call at Bachechl X Oiomt's. 'Kichkmhi:" Caknkd Goods They are "atisgexelgend" ouly at Becker's Cash Store. All the latest designs In stamping patturns at Mrs. p. J. Murphy's, 113 wtwt H lining avenue. The largest stock In ctuhlons, cnstilon top and drapery goods at May alar 115 Uold avenue. Visit the Kcnnomlst art department, where you can tlud everything appertain lug to fancy work. Number Hit) It ill road avenue, the store that keeps the choicest and dulutlest eou fecllons In the city. Highest cash prices paid for furniture and household good. Automatic phone 17i r. a. w hittkn. All kinds of g'MxIs f i r fancy work, em broidery silk, China silk and satins, rlo- bons, laces, etc, B llfeld x Co. The New Mexico Collection agency, of flee over Kox's Jewelry store, clmrges nothing uuloss the aucount Is eullecteil. He those novelty dress patterns at The rhoeuixi U pallvrna, 1 1 nil; ai o l pat terns, 3 fsJ; 7 patterns, tl M. B llfeld iX t o. If yon feel weak, get yourself some Dam I ana, Cola reiwlu or i ray bitters. They oauuot bs excelleil. tlachechl A (Jlouil. Have just received two carloads of whisky, and fur thirty days will sell at cost. Come aud get prices, llachechl A tiloUll. Vanr ol Olutanauta fur Calharr that Cob tla afareory. a raeenry will surely destroy the sense of smell aud completely derange the whole system when entering it through (lie piuixius surfaces. Such article should never be used except ou prescrip tions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the nod you can piawibly derive from them, all's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O , coutaius no mercury, and Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the systym. In buying Hall's Catarrh Curs be sure you get the genu ine. It Is taken Internally and is mads In Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials tree. t'ttold by Druggists, price 7.'.o per bottle. Kitraordiukry opportuutty to supply your fall and winter needs at a mere fries Anytjilng In the store at a redtic lion or from lu to cm percent en Chimberlaln's Colic, Cholera and DUrrhoet itemed y can always be de pended upon and Is pleasant and safe to take. Hold by all druggists. Uoldeii Hnle lu-y count lllHI.I of removal. Company. Kyes tested free and new glasses put in your old frames fur II and up. Hoi id gold spectacles, f l oo, $ I f,0 ami '; Rot al alloy, $1 Mi; Roman alloy, 41; at Berry's drug store by 1'ruf MvCauu, expert op tician. ' At HudsuU s piilnt sliop on North He,i OOil strtet, opiHisltH Triibble's livery stables, you can llhd sou e exlia cheap bargains lu paints, oils, varuthhm, etc. ( all and be convinced. A complete assortment of ladies' per pals Itanucletta and wisilen wrappers, from Coo to 4 &0 each. Koseuwald Kros Hot famale and euchliadas In Para dise Alley, A. Caetello, with Bachechi A tiloml. kl MTASTIC UP IVuKDH. (vlileuro Which la Hlght to Ilia Folut aJ B.llal.l. Judge Krank Ives, of Distrit Court of Crookaton, Miuu., rays: Kor some time I have used Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets With seeming great lament with few ex ceptions I have not been so free from In digestion In twenty-live years. tieorge W, Kooeevelt, I . S. Consul to Hrus els. Belgium; Stuart's Dyspeps'a Tablets, safe, plea-ant to tuke, conven leut to carry, give keen appetite, perfect, digestion. Mr. W. D. Totnliu, mechanical engineer, Duliith. Minn.! One box of hluart's Dys- oenala Tablets has done Its work, and I am again gaining tl'sh and strength. O. K. Kuusotu, Hiistonville, Ky.: 1 was distressed and annoyed for two years with throwing up food, ofleu two or three t'mes a day; had no certainty of retaining a meal If I ate one Koiir boxi"? of the tablets from my druggist have rully cured me. 1 Dud them pleas ant to take, convenient to carry. Rev. 0. I). brown, Moudovi, Wis.. The effects of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Is simply marvelous; a quite hearty dinner of trolled beefsteak cnuses no di tress since ( begun their use, Over six thot.aund poopls in the state of Michigan alone in l-o-l were cured of stomach troubles by Kmart s Dyspepsln Tablets. Kiill sir d packages may be found at all druf gists at "si cents or snl by mall ou leceipt of price from K. A. ritimri Co., Ualshitll, Mich. Send for little book on stomach dis eases, nail"d fr-e DlSlKlxUflUN lf SlUOOL FUNbS HOTEL ARRIVALS. klt'hHM Kl KOI'KAN. K. L. Mvers. Winslnw; Sol. Fllis'k (irvts; K. M. litieas, Los Angeles: N H. Ilenilerson, Kansas City; W A. Manson Topeka: M. Well. New York; K. K. Pino, Jose tlitix y Pino, rtanta re; J. II. I.em ley, Denver; L. K lthse. Memphis, Teiiu.; K. 11. Prior, Hartford. Conn.; David To foya, La Jova, N. M- ttHANO CRN T HAL. W. M. HendersJi'itt, Hell canyon; J. W". Ballard. Burlington, Iowa; II. S. Snyder, H. C. Vtluand, Decatur, III. HOTKL HU.III.IND. D. (I. llleklnson. Chicago: W. K. Beeglilv and wife, I lay ton. Ohln Ben H. Price, Denveri ll. Klltott, Las Vegas; O. M. I'auaii, Chicago; 11. Ilawthrop anil wife, Philadelphia; Mrs. Johu in, Vai'uti. A Kovrmrnt on Foot to Create a County With Alamo Gordo as Cosniy Sett. hdilor Cltlien. Las Cruce. N. II., Not. 10 Among th coming event which cast their -hsd iws before them, the formation of th new county of Sacramento, by the coming legislature, seem to be th most important to thl section of th territory, and Indeed Its Importance to the whole territory Is such tint It shoold be borne lu mind by the psopl la general, bear ing promise, at It does, of the develop ment of a rich section whose wealth will materially swell the assets of New Mei lcoand whose develop vent will prove the successful example needed to en coursg th coming of enterprise and of capital to develop many other portions of our fair land, which are alike espahle of sustaining large population of enter prising aid Industrious people whowDl eitahlish what we so nincb need per manent home. This new county of Sacramento will bs formed of the portion of !na Ana lying eat of the Organ range, and that portion of Lincoln contiguous to the Sacramento mountains and reaching southward to the empire of Tela, and likely have Its sett of government lo cated at Alamo (iordo, the 0 mrlshlng new city rn the line of th Kl Paso A Northeastern, at Its Junction point with the Alamo Hordo A Sacramento railrosd, hli'h taps the timber belt of that SM'tlon. ' This wilt bring Into touch with th oirtsil world rich country whose Inimnus resources have lain thus long d irmant simply because of the remote- nsss from intrket), mills, smelters and line of travel. Kerent leg'slature of New Mexico tave been rather disposed to look with diHfavor upon scheme) for eounty dl vision, because many of such scheme h ive been fathered by certain politician whose very teal as promoter made good cltli-ns suspicions of the motive under- lying the proposed chtnga, and because. lu most lustanoes, there seemed to be no real demand, considering the territory's financial wellfare, for th creation of new counties, and the consequent addi tion to the burdens, already loo heavy, laid upon the backs of property holder, Hre we hare country that 1 so com pletely rut oft from It respective seat of government. La Cruce and Lincoln, Cut it not only Und Itself Inconvenient ly tar from the court and the eounty oiik'ee and ( Ulcers, hut also adds addl tlonal and heavy burden to the entire counties, as they now stand, In the mat ter of sheriff tee and Jurors' and wit- nstes' mileage, and all general court and coiin'y expanse. This couuty Is destined to furnish the bulk nt public business In the two eoun ties named, aud the distance from county seals and the general inconvenience will nuke the Increased revenue, from Its sure development just beginning to on Id, self-consuming to such an extent that it growth will prove no blessing to either old county. Here we see the certain formation of nucleus of wealth, mineral, stock, agri cultural, penological wealth untold of timber and of ooal, which naturally cen ters about Alamo Gordo, and whloh bae such a community of Interest, each enter prise with the other, all that tn the pro posed area to be Included la the new county will always be bound together by ties of common Interest, and Just as nal nrally cutoff from the remaining portloue of the two old Counties. This proposed county presents no pollt leal problems which It promoter are seeking to solve to their own Interest, In fact Its political complexion cannot be foreseen In view of the Immense Imtul gratluu starling In from all direction, Nir doe the proposed county bear the support of professional promoters, but may well be proud of the fact that It bears npoo It banner the name of all its Inhabitants all ranchers, miners. stockmen, woodsmen, tradesmen every body located In the rich range of the Sao rameutos, and In It neighboring terrl tory, aud Is thus endorsed not by "we, tn politicians," but tj "we, the people There may possibly be certain pruden tial reaa-im why the e maty should not he fully orgatilzsd until It Is allowed to select by vote It own i tillers and ls own county snat, but tt a coining legis lature should eer; I jr pa- au enabling actwh'chw'll at least lead to t tie for mation nt tt h proposed new county Theie Is K'lo'.her matter In connection with t'i growth of this cou iiy which should presn.1 Itself with great tore, to the people of Altoiiiu muhh, and, that U that uiiii i lb':'ii-ruua Oa,u gel a line southward tu l.iu the ruad now heading through this Country toward the Pecos vl ey and thence eastward. It will re sign 'o Texas a valuable trade which s iuuld bs held within our own territory au I not be given eutlrely to Kl Paso a at present. The trade of this country Is worth a strong effort to reach. Will yon sit Idle and let It slip away, 11. W. LotjMis. He'rVrA M4f 4.1 ' Js ' 7 r s- l-Wji so a man who -j -l 11 to lOT at IB V 'V- J know that life 1 too precions to be bartered bwst for am- bltlon. or money, or Bride. But men are How to Believe that over work sometime kill; a man bate to ad mit that hia health ever nrrda any particu lar rare. He feel mlnerarile snd "ont of aort" bnt trie tn "bluff it oft M nntil b -et flat on hia bark, nnahle to do a atrok of work. He become obliged to pend no nd of money for doctors and even at that can baldly hi life. How much more senthle, ami in tn ena how much chrapcr at the firat atgn of phv aical weaknr to write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief conaulting physician of the Invalid' lintel snd Mirgtcal Inatitute, ol ttunaio, N. Y., snd obtain, free of charge, the ad- ir of a skilled and educted Dhyaician who ha a wider repnt.ition for the auccru ful trentment of chronic disease thao any other phyatcian In thia country. In a Inter to nr. Pierre. Vr. t w. eHttm. oT Clintim. Ilewiit Co., Ill . IP . he 470. WTlli p. a- over a year lMltii-ifflitn liver mm. plaint, linn no apls-tln, rcsilrt keen nothing on my toniach, nd had evere pain in my Mnmarh and h,iwl. I dortnrfsf with home d.wim rmt Hid reS tMi.ln relief until a friend IvtM-rl m to tuke lir Pierre' (lol.lrn Mntlcal l,-fwerv. t twiinn taV In It at mire and alter taklns linir hlllra I ttiluk mvsell nirrtl, I ran et anything I want and my fuod nvV hurt me " lit. I'lercc' Plrnt Pellet cur consti pation. At sit ruciliciu atorr. It Save in hllilrwn. ChamlierlHln'sCotuh Kemedy has saved the lives of thotisamts of crimpy children. It Is also without au final fur Cohl-i aud whooping cough. Suits, overcoats and trousers to order at -0 per cent discount on former prices. Cause, going out of business, hee Simon Stern, the Kail road avenue clothier. Crockery and glassware,. Whitney Co. k. or p. Mineral Lodge No, Klile-bfa Pythias AU lueuiiM-i are rriiwiei w oe r iireseni ai ineir Lasiie nail on Gold avenue at 7;30o'ctoc to-uight. Visitors w"!romul. I). W Btbong, C. C. U 11. Sarin, K. of K. A b. W KklTI a ru oiv" The olma OnrMion comes home to almost every man at some period In hi csrc sr. "Whst will yon give In t chsnge for your life ?" It is like tha other solemn question about the soul. Jnat a en honest man feels that nothing of earthly value can b weighed again! hlaaonl TllllID HEAT MMlKEf. BDSIMBSS LOCALS. Steel range. Whitney Co. Boys' overcoat, B0 cents, at Ilfeld's For truuksand valises, 215 south First street. Stove repair for any stove made. Whitney Co. Merchants' tnncb every morning at the n nii mepnaui. Attend special sale of silk at the Kcouoinlst this week, Big sale of blankets and comforters this week at B. llfeld A Co s. The turtle fad le all the rage. See th turtle, only at the Koononiist. Ladle' military and walking hat. In til the new a hails. Kosenwaid Bros, Beautiful dress good. 23 cent a yard; worm np to 7o cent. B. llfeld & Co, Th best place In the city for holiday aaintie. canity store, luo Hallroad ave nue. Bee the ladles' corset In black, while and drab, 26 oents each thl week at 11 feld's. Hav you seen the latest novelty In neck chains at the Kcouoinlst? It I the latest fad. If you need anything In silks It will pay you to atteud th Kooui mlst sale this week. Beware of special agents! Bay a steel range from people that are always with you. W nltuey Co. Look Into KJelnwort' market on north fhlrd street. He ha th nicest fresh meat In the city, Bring yonr magailneand musletoTm tikn omce ana nave mem neatly oouna in dook lorm. C. A. Grande, 806 north Broadway, fine nil nor ana cigar, rtma lime for aale Furnished room for rent. Baohecht A G lorn I. the best place In the city for hot and cold drink. Call aud e theui. Vine lunch always on hand. King op the New Mexico collection Agency (A'ltoniatle telephone 4U2). and tnil us about that tough account you want ooutciea. Special sirs kodak album made to order at Tux Citiekn bindery. Call and see sample ana get price. luey make elegant curtslma gut, Our assortment of ladles' eilk andvel- vet waists la so far ahead ot anything ever shown In this oity that It needs no oommeut ou our part. Hoseuwald Bros. Our entire new line ot canes. Jacket ana lames- tailor-made suits at a reduc tion of lib to 60 per cent, on account of removal. Golden lluls Clothing Com pany. Head the Golden Rule Dry Good com pany's ad. To save the expeuse ot re moving stock to their new location, this Urm Is offering bargains !q all Hue of ary goons. All silk velvet In burnt orange, pink, light blue, erawberry, royal purple, new blue, and the different shade of red. In navy blue and white at II a yard. Uoe- enwuld Bros, L'uiler wear for ladle, sent. Ml and children, also big line of hosiery. hav our full llus now. They will be sold at onr uumatcliable low pricea Uuliieu Kuie Dry uoods Co. Since the Ore Painter C. A. Hudson Is offering the best paint on the market at le.g than coil. I he cans on th outside are a little damaged, but the substance on the inside cannot be duplicated fur the money. Now Is the time to buy pal n is, oils, varnishes, etc All kinds of speelsl ruling, blank book work, msgsxiiie binding and badge stamping duns In the best possible mau n er at Thk Citikn bindery. Come in aud see sample aud price of work be fore ordering slsewher. All correspond enoe eonverulug thl clasa of work care fully attended to, Jnat H calved by W. V. Futrwlla, No. 215 south Klrst street, a new line ot carpets. A't squares, 13.60 and up. Moquelte and fur rugs and new furul ture arriving dally, at prices that will sell them, aud rdala Ufurm tell the prlccj. upeu evenings until 8 o'clock. Au Ideal Plan. If yon are searching for the Ideal cli mate In the l ulled Stale lu which lo spend th winter "-.onUs, wbers you ran so Und a not mineral water uusur t,f Fr il Salt All ki.l.l.H Meat. -:- ; :- :. Steam Sau.saj'c Factory. MASONIC TKiriiF. tiiiuo stii:i:t. EMIL KLEISWORT, Prop. JACOB ROKIJKKiV CO Man a hc :-r . f A t- In Wcrjons, Carrinyes, Buckbonrds! The Best K istein-Miide Vehicles. Fine Uorie-Shicirr; a Specially. Satisfaction limi'nnt-d In All Work. Ilipirin, Iniotinr a .it Tiiiunilng lame on Mi rt Notice. : : : : : Shop, Corner Ctppr ht. ind First St., AI.BI vl K.U ;l K. N. M. Gall at Haa jqu ntars far Isther, llarns", SS'ld'e. Psd llery. Saddlery liable aie. C it Ho e-. Hhoe Nails, Manie, t b mis. Whips Collar, Sweat I''ls, factor Oil, Axis (reae, Biston Cesch tlii. rnfoVejrro. Ru'fdy Harvester 1 1 1. Nee efooUU, Lard Oil, Harness (lil.l.luseed f til, Castile Sosp, Harness Nmi. Carilsire Stsingea, Chamois Skin, ll-irsn Medicine. Prlot'H tlU' I WfHt... Highest Mail t Trice Tall for Hide and Skin. Wool Cc in mission Thos. F. KELKIIEH, 41X1 Hallroad Ave., Alhnqtienin. VM. ZACllAKIA.II, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. WIIKKLKIl'3 OLD SHOT BKTW EliN' HOLD AM) SII.VK11 AVK. Locks repaired, keys mads and all kinds ol repairing done. Hcntit Goods nt onrit rricn. Can't Be Beat" The Favonte. SfC Ml' Ilc-fore Yon Buy or Sell, 208 COI D AVENUE. CRESCENT COAL YARD, GALLUP COAL- Beat Do mcstic Coal in use. Yard opposite Fright Olfice A. J. CRAWFO-D, Apnt, New Telephone No. I6 m Old Telephone No. 25. Leave ordcriTrimble't stable BRILLIANT Self Hhiiilng Stovo I'oMhIi. Something New. Haa no Kqual. No Ulxlng. No Dust No BmelL Large size Bu by mall 10 cent. Manufactured aud for sale by C. E. DENNY. Albuquerque Fur sale by dea'ers. First National Bank, U. S. DEPOSITCRY. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Authorial Capital t,000,000 Tald np, Capital, 8nrptna and TroQU HM.000 00 Depository lor the Fant Fe ' rtvoIHc ami the Atchison,To ' pekA A Santi Fe RiIIwaj Companies. OFKICEK3 AND MRKT0R3. JOSHfA 8. RttSf)Lt)3 President at. W. Kl.nl uMJV Vice Fresidenl A. A. KKKS Cashier KKANK Mi K KK Atstant Cashier A. A. (JKANT The Bank of Commerce, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Capital, $100.000 00. ISSl'M DRAFTS AVAILAHLK IN ALL PAHTS OK TIIK WORLD.) Sollrlt Accounts snd Olferi lo tVmltir Kw Kanlitv Con'tent wrtb Pmtltll Banking. DIRECTORS AND OKKIC KRSt . 9. OrsRo, President. U. P. HcHUST, Vics l'n-aMt'al. V 9. Srsti sles, Csshisr. SoLOMOW Ll'RA, Shrp ()r.ir. A. M. Hl.Al'KWSI I, Orinr. Illsrlmrrll Co. W. A. Maxwsll, Coal Willi Mi1jtom. ! eep Orower. C. F. Wacom. MsnaserUro, Ulaetwrll A Co, i. C. Haiusidus. Lumtsr. Depository for Atchbon, Tope k a & SnU Fc Rxilwar. GROSS BLACK WELL & C9. (INCORPORATED) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND WOOL DEALERS. Headquarters fur Diamond C. Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Goods, Kansas City Halting l'owder, Sulphur, Wool Sacks, Stoneware. Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas and Glorieta, New Mexico. THE ST. EJL1VEO SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOM. Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.,. JJSEPII BiBNETT, PAOraiETOB. ISO at Railroad Avenu. Albaquerqn. ESTABLISHED I87f. L. B. PUTNEY, "Old Reliable" Wholesale Grocer! J. STARKEL. and Paper Hanger, OKllKHS HOLICI1KD. 20v EAST RAILROAD AVE. FLOUR, GRAIN & PROVISIONS. Ur Lot a Sptclsitv. CsrrlM ths Lraail nd Moat Kitaaalvs Stoak rj STAPLE : GROCERIES. T bi Fainl Sonlbweit. Farm and Freight Wagons RAILROAD AVENUE. I t t ALBUQUERQUE, N. M Limbir fcnildhif Tipmt xvkjiia Bios t' : in mil n-br'aiirr r' ------" First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque. lul, Bun, HHii, Rutir. lim, Cm 1 1 llw FtlaU.lt' PIONEER KAKEHY! ' rmT thict, BALLING llKOH.l'KulKirroKH. Wedding Cakes a Specialty 1 W Dtwlre I'Mtruiiftgo, nd we 6uarnl Klrat -Claud Baking. T'rraph onlrr olicllril ami promptly III led. A. E. WALKEU, Fire Insurance Scrc!afj Mutual Buldlaf tsioclitloD. OfHo mi 4. G. HMrlrU l urabtr Vtirtl. CiovohU fur 1'uiiip, Twr. Muildlac MtttwrlMlt. Kt, I'nttfii StHtrv I niliMn S ImkiI StvIii, I Aliin4urtiiie, N. M . ln , ft. .Mitt, f Arilril i-foi'"'". IniluiM M " I'rtiLriHtailt (tr Pump, TiiMt'i, )tnliuH Muiffiulii, rU" ," m th t iuit iiimv t, miiiI titttlii'-iiM-ii tiitht? ufdrr tnrU ni Ailiuquriijiit, N M.,wil In rfcrivrd nt ihi w I. (ml iihlil 1 it i lin k it. rn. of V rdiin- UV, lri fiiibrr ' I huh, fm luirtinhtnu and (t-hvtrum l ttim n 1 l Hlioiit Uio fret ol tn!trtt-il luMilH-r, 1 i" J nh i iik It-h, I ,tuti Ulh, I ( unlllirritiiLiIrK laik, uiii Mini 1 Htee l mi k Inter, full h-M iiiith.n ainl fi l)K tuiiiM if wliu ti idh y ht iii i.iiitrti by inMkiiitf AIM'iK Hlltiil lo (he uiMlf(ltt'il. Mul'lt i! are ntuir-il in h-ju- it lH( all v In (liir IiIiIm tlitr iroM scd i r n ni t 4 It irli 1c to ( iiMfirl for lirliv m V U'Mlcr ii cittilirfi I. Tut nifhl i rt-m-rvi tl to rnn t tin y ur nil tiids or any ttl nf any Iwt I, if tlt rnitril toi the brvt lllterrU nf th m-tvu c I KIM II- IKD t UKt KS liai'h hid nn tut ! ardiinioinird ly a Cfiiifled c lift a or nruM iii-mi a I n Matrg lrit iliiry or MiUi-nt ii.tiiotial h.ok. inuile paval to tht oitir of the i tiuii Miiii)nr i if J mil. aflaira, fur at U-hM live i r i nt of the aiiiiiurit of tlie i'in't imi I, wliuh i tiri'Lt or draitvl be ftirfi-iti'ti in the l riitril ht.ttr in rajr any bid tier or hhlttt-rn m rivinu avb't)! thlt fall to lriwtiitly rrru;t a tt.iih.nt nh mni and m(i lilt if i it at n-a. mrorillMW In the letniH of lb; bi.i, uihi-iwiM- tit hi n-tunii-il In the bliltlrr- finU a i uiiu.aiiiri, hy in heu uf a certi tlrd lift k v ill not I- t oiiki'lt rt-it, ror turiht-r intniniaiion rti-ly tu r owAu A. Ai l kk, Miiit-ririH U'k iil. AMERICAN SILVER TRUSS. C kMtlM rl H.rol I'll Co.rrt. LIGHT, COOL, aT I Waar B. RUPPE, PRESCRIPTIONS! j 210 Railroad Avenue. lutuil MephOQl 143, llbuquerqie, R. 1. ZIEGER CAFE1 OUICKBL & BOTHE, Props. jueeua or to FRANK M. JONES.) FtCP-t Wjhkhs, Iaipirted and Domestic Wises and Cognacs Tbe Coolest and Highest Grade of Laser Serred. Finest Billiard Ball in ths Territoiy. Finest and Uest Importedand Domestic Cigars. SMITH PREMIER... REMARKABLC SCliNTlFlO 1D lOhOtMFIA 8t.ltl.rF. "SOLAR BIOLOGY." win u,je 4tfAcf ur ttHHH rou ruiuHt a muit mo tucumitii t fumreLO. jiV II MAkAM. th. orl4 r.aow.1 l.ff,4iu Artrolu.r. bo bu ka .rMilo, .,n-li t v I r . ..i...i.ut..i iu.iuu,i..ai i.urvi. i r uii a. )ra. m i. uviutui. aururtta. ' , K k a I U.r.'l .ieil.n.llut, ul V.Mir 111.. 11. .Ill fl.a luur Inlkul .l.iu.ai.M .a. j . u. . iiij. umm i-ri'iiktu ia,iit ui in,, umwivi. ...in.1.1., ,o. rGUil FoRTDfiE TOLD. ! LiLHUfil lur lim cur of rliDiiiatlHm, kid mv im auiruKcn niwiranrH, Mini iww mid DHatly lunilnliexl "Cm.iI1 Coo Ufld," run npon III AaifiU.au pln kiid with Amerlm.li OMiki. Willi plKiiillil Uitlillig kCiixmuiHlHllulil 8lid .:lucf wliem couriiiiiiitivt do put iluturti your pears ajutj ooii,f(ir(-fur ihy re not lu vttl (i' In IIiiiIhdo Hot HiirltiKi un tli Hunt Kfl rilwy In 0 ran t county. M rile A. K. (iritlmni, lludnon, N. M , for Information. I- 7 : V " ' .4 " UNlilt AMSV ' , A lrtil,l,.i h..r.-... ,' vV UHMIWII a lw. atairl, atarriM.. tf.k i,. .aaiaiM. ..wiauua, nwH. Malun, aw. . ;bichstoee ob hot to be. : t i f huj li,.r i,uUwiij A uut I ' ' nmi. V!t l mn n. lu r a SlNt.LC ANSWER MAY LA0 tOU TO MAKE THOUttND; 9F PutlAH nd l mmlt d d.. ' L..tw , ll nut.i,.t.(, return Oplclon from Solicitor General HCKird U e Section 1 548, Compile J Lw$ of Iv7. Smitii Ke, N. M . Iec, :t. ls'.i- lion. M. I', dn lim n, (.in.erinti'inlr'iii of pulilie lu strui'tlon, rlty h.r nir .our fvor of tliin dutH n-r.lHK u (Mii-lrui'tiiiu of Wt'lloll iiri, I'llltliter -', HerlHimi IttWM, V.I, 'hl'lllHll 1,UW," Krl Hlllt'lllll'd ty l'hiitf T t!l, WnMloll !- Of COUIplle.l ftH Sertioa 10 in, CoinplltHl l.uvvn, li'T, with, regard to llie ilii(MMlllu of "teuipomry fuud fur oomuiou actiool purpuHeii," 1 ,t. and pr. u4w U 1 tru, b juurMll I at ' (Ml A. .IIiittUuiL(l "tt, Mr,r r,bn..UM J4rM I ZARAHth ASmOlOOfn, look Poit 403, Philadelphia, Pa. K Vaj fHH3 " Ath U. kwtt'um 1 Mrittiai; MVwktaii. itMMill. Ml Ni rHl3lr4M w tat n 4 J blMi lit l. (.) tu I in' .fl. ii-'HHHM A -xz : i. mrOMC o AFTtR 1 u "r laiiuinrm r.rf.-rnrirn "oupiDtrji' 'V i.' .10I a ln. .. 1 1. 'n il i. .1, ,1.11. MI quit -ur. (.1 ftll rn-r T L ... f.r l.f .1... I.. .....M a., I. aU ( Ua..l..aJ l' I j. vim. l, kilt ll.c . ak.h.ittual f ttiiMJ..ii. Nt.rv.rtt ll,tilif 4ky I' ti...f4. I liLunt.H-1 Ut M ..ty, I ll,i..uia Itralit h,tt.l Kaa litM.J 1I1 -w l.ar,.., ii.i !i 1 1 1.. 1 1 '. VtA u u Mrriaittrrltt a2 11 Ui Iti.rrt.iHiI It' 't:( . I lr ft . -Heauaaa U.Uv. k4 hi . ai I (n ... .hi. ry tirvatia".! ail Uultunu. I'I'lillitir at,n , I'ii..iii rt-Mtor, 1.1111 W4 tk tiik'nit ... rfa-cni r 'if. r. . It l CMr.") I. i..-i..rB N he. ai.tM li1nT p "nl Vr-noM rll fHaikllll. II i'l I 'V N K It II"' mil f blii'tn rtit' ' tt t nrw wit l.ftut an ttrirallAt. ftt-utiirut.ilt , il a-i'tt-u '' '' 1. 1.. t-r, "'t ii.tTtv r tMt..l i I-ne. .h-)- 14 uwa (Ptoitwma . . ur all C 1 ..!.-ta. ud I'm nmmciit 1111 l liiirfiiW Adtlr IlilllL MKUICIMB CO , f. II. Ho U7. rruiultcu, CL for Sale at WaUou's Dim fetore. Keiuovttl hhIo U now going, on at Ui Qolden llule lry liooiln oouitany1 torn. Biii'd prine h tUey 1. re uihIiIhh on their iitlr Dew MtM'k will aHlonliili you. Kr ery tiling lu th tor t cut prlo. lo uot mi-w tin opirluully. Am you la nel of new letter, Jour dhI, cin IxMik or HpeoUlly ruled tiluuk of ny klnd'r Or pertnum you Intv pit of niHKHine t!,t wt Undluir, If no, a!I hi TiU l in.KN tludnry ud get prtOtM, Heal woikUlltUHlilp. prioe I). , firaild lull will be given by Aiuino IIW, No. I. 1 . 11. T. U. tl.KdlrM of Ui Mmionliwe., .t Armory hull, Kriilsy, l'e neiillier HI. Xli'ket kttiulltlng gentle man mid In ly, (1. LkdW kid glovin, at all prio, lu all uhatlea. Our uloye al 1 '!i and upward ar RuarauttHid. ICoMeuwald bru. Old paper for wrapping, padding car pet, aud ahelf cover, for elt Ut tlilii itilltt. A Urg MMortiiient of trunkri aud falUMNi "tuuy lawraU" at Vulrvll'. iJdl.iem IKS W..M Kit - l.ADIKS OK n urittMirn fin Kt'i t urnpirte itt-iH el Juven lie llt.i'ktt lur tlie h.iliti.iv. f at It m-i tta lour bttttk. Mrit'it'tl ftr litllr ini.'i In uri'. n.li). ftilfca. Kar il liftik. t lt,tri)'ii'V. tit I 'tflitf ul, -a(tl valln. I 'ru t-a rntile liitm (,im lu 4 l.ume U'ttk, eatlt il. a 1 ria wiili tiai'i',' illti-lratitiii. I'rrnieii'iit.tt avl't-.w Notinn like lltniil. loill niittnlta Lttlilcu iiarveat It.r cnriifeiic wttrker. C rriiil iUrli. r rriM ill )i,Ki. Ht Mel (.'iillltnl. hill. (Itilllt villi aNililiU- ol nil luur leirtk lire. Sernt Iwrlv V tent tallii fur part (till y til the -jiHtluur alttlie. IruL aiul t-l.-ar tH) a Hitnilli wall our eithi.iv Jiieinlr.. I IIK A I II IS AI. Ill IIIK ION- CKK.N. JL KMI.1-. Ohl'l . C IMC Ai.O. mi 1 KndoriMrd liy THK HANKS, LEADING LAWYERS, N. W. ALGER. Agent lor Ntw Mcsiro. A 10 Agent for th bwit Bl'ILDlMJ nd LOAN ASrtoriATIOS UTHG STOCK KOK 8AI.K, MONKY TU LOAN r payin II tl4.ll PILLS ONt fOR A OOSK. ft.in F'tnpl. V..b lllu'i.iia.,1, ! .ril, I). BltM'tl. Gut ii..'l.. h. .1 lt,.iM.uW. ".atu.nl r 11. a w.. raraib. Trtr. d-miim rt .'li ,l.y i. a. rMr TH. tin. ftli-ha,, 1'.. m.ab. ttmwm ,,.t .ill ,aj a-.,i. fr a. lull ll ia a, - Now Ih tlio time lo order your tilauk act'ouut UxjH-1. ho they will be llioroughly Iseanoued, vtheu you opeu a new et of bookri the Urnt of tln yer. All klud of blank bMkx t;a.l al Tiik CmUN blud erj. let un give you price on your woik bofure aeutling it out of town. Mr. Hardin Sum, elerk of th drug etor o( U- Hhoemaker, Ht-rry, III., eay: "A uittii CHiim lu our htme the other day and Huid, '1 want a Imttle of that Htult that nave rhll'lren'ti liven. 1 read In the New about It. The clulilreu mar get eli'g when we cnu lint get the doctor qui eli enough. I the luwllclne you eell for rrniiu.' " He alluileil to Cham- lierlaln l ough Keiuedy aud bought a bottle before lie left the elore. Kor aale SAMl'LL ROOM. CLUB RUOMS. "The Metropole," The Hcst and Finest Liquors and Cigars, Inipoi ted and IJoincstic, Served to All Patrons. JOHN WICKSTUOM, I'KOIMtlKTOK. Late of the St. Elmo. DKALhKS IN GROCERIES and LIQUORS FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS. HAY AND GRAIN a FREK DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, Imported French and Italian Goodx. BeU Agnt for Baa Antonio Lim. New Telephoae til. 118, ill LSD ill KOUTU TlilUD St by all druggiBU.