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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PACE TWO. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1906. lilt EVENING CITIZEN aaOakat tally ail Weekly ky Tkfl Cltlzca Publishing Company I al fmillii fartomaa IMtk ta fLABCD Official Pipe of Bernalillo County Mid City of Albuquerque. 4eealaM frmt After.... DlipitcfcM. U'fatl City tn4 Ctvaty Clrcul.tt... Tk Lrt.it Kn Mulco Clrwlitl.a. lrlt N.rttir Hrlrnnl Cirtlll.tl... TIRMI OF sukckiption: TVT W Mil, an rrar la aTan.... .U.W) tar k- Mil. par month P Waaklr W MiL on yf 100 Dy fey Carrier, 60c per month Tn Eraatrao CfnrBM will b daliTmd In the at tha low rat at SO rcnu pr weak, or for to af aar Bi 1 1h. whn paid tnonthl. HnrUilng Eitei Hade Known on Application SJajaa.i n m will canfar a favor by nottfyin aa jaaianlmUt. any aon-d.llTf or tna papr. aVl kfttara an4 remittancaa ahould ha addraad to Tan CrrJt Fi'itLianiNa Cont. Drafta. aoatofflca and .Tra money ordpra parable to tar ardar el the F. Automatic 183 Colorado I", CAN ENTER PRIVATE HOMES Assessors and Deputies Can 1 Do So in Order to Ascer tain Value of Property. i OPINION FROM ATTORNEY ABBOTT Assistant Attorney General E. C. Abbott of Santa Fe has rendered an opinion in the question of the right and power of the county assessors and their deputies to enter private dwellings and business places for the purpose of ascertaining the value and extent of personal property subject to taxation under the laws of the territory. The assistant attorney general holds that such power and right exist and that assessors and their deputies may . enter private dwellings and business houses at will in order to perform that duty. The New Mexican, published at the capital, In its comments on the opin ion, disagrees with Mr. Abbott and be lieves the subject to be of sufficient importance to be taken into court. The opinion of the assistant attorney general In this matter is based, in the opinion of that paper, too much upon generalities. It was understood that ! this matter of ascertaining valuations of personal property would not be enforced, but later that paper learned that Is the intention of the author ities to go ahead with it. If this is done, It should be the case in every county in the territory; fish should not be made of one and flesh of tho other. The opinion reads: Santa Fe, May 4. 190G. The Honorable H. J. Hagerman, Gov ernor of New Mexico. Sir In compliance with your re quest, I have examined the territorial laws to determine whether or not the county assessor has the right person ally to examine the private property of the citizens of the county and en ter the houses In order to examine the personal property while making an assessment as required by law. Sec. 4018 of the Compiled laws of 1897, provides that "all property In this territory, not exempt by law, shall be subject to taxation." Sec. 4032 of the complied laws of 1897, provides that "the assessor is required, between the first day in March and the first day in May, of each year, to ascertain tho names of all taxable Inhabitants, and all prop erty in his county" subject to taxation. To this end he shall visit each pre cinct in the county, and exact from each person a statement in writing, or list, schowing separately; The alove section is amended In sertion 2 of the session laws of 1899, chapter 22, by adding thereto the fol lowing words; "And such assessor shall file with the lists of each pre cinct his aflldavit, stating the time when he visited such precinct, how long he visited there attending to his official duties, together with u list of the persons assessed and that each such assessment was made from tnt original lists and personal knowledge, and not taken from any previous list." Sec. 33 of chapter 22, of the laws of 1899, prescribes a penalty of re moval from office for the fuiulre of any officer referred to in above act who shall fail or omit to perforin any of the official duties as prescribed. It is the duty of the assessor and his deputies to ascertain all property in his county subject to taxation, ami I next to make nn affidavit to be tiled wan the tax usta or each precinct, that such assessment was made from the original Mats and personal knowl edge and not taken from any previous list. The -original lists referred to being the tax lists made by the tax payers as required by section 4'i22, of the compiled laws of 1897 and sec tion 4032, compiled laws of 1897. It is therefore the duty or the assessor to verify tho original lists made by the taxpayers bo that he can make the affidavit as above required In sec tion -2, chapter 22 of session laws of 1899. If be has not the personal know ledge, it becomes his duty to examine the personal property wherever it may be situated. The authorities hold that the return or list made by the tax payer in com pliance with statute is not conclusive upon the assessing officers, but only evidence for their Information. It is their duty la every case to discover and list all the property for which the tax payer Is liable for taxation, and to exercise their own Judgment In fixing its value, uslvr every means of information available to Ihem for the purpose. English and American Kncyclopedla of Law, Volume 27, page 670 and authorities there cited. It is therefore my opinion that the assessor, under the territorial laws, has the right to personally examine the private property of the citizens of the county, wherever the same may be located, for the purpose of taxa tion. Very respectfully, E. (. AHItOTT. "Assistant Attorney General." Another Provision of Revenue Law. In connection with the above the following section of the reveuue law The BEST of all Iviniments In Use For Over 60 Years I MEXICAN i MUSTANG 5 LINIMENT i MEXICAN I MUSTANG 5 LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LfNlMENT EXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT 5 MEXICAN MUSTANG J LINIMENT The LINIMENT of our Forefathers. of Interest in the matter. Sec. S'j Chat). 2 Laws of In case any live stock or other per sonal property be brought into the territory after the 1st day of March of any year, and before the first Monday in June of such year. It shall be sub ject to taxation in this territory for such year and shall be assessed by the same maimer as other property. Sore Nipples. A cure may he effected by applying Chaiiiberlaiu's Salve us so n as the chilil is don., nursing. Wipe it off with a Milt bnli before allowing the child to nurse. Many trained muses us this salve with tho Ust results. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by all druggists. IT IS A QUICK HEALER WltrM AIr! ITM" TO rt'TS AM) ALL OPEN WOl'NPS. T r..r deep-seated fains & ArTLY THIS LINIM F.NT ft FREELY AND KIT. HARD. U CERES OTICK r.ECAFSK IT l'EXET RATES OFICK. NO PAIN SO DEEP THAT IT CANNOT HE REACHED and ROUTED I!Y THISOLD TIME-TRIED REMEDY. GOOD FOR STIFF JOINTS WOUNDS, AND ALL OUT WARD AILMENTS of DOGS JUST WHAT YOU NEED for BLISTERS & CHAFES. 23c, 30c. and $1 a BOTTLE. HEALS OLD SORES AND ULCERS PERMANENTLY WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS. CURES SPAVIN. AND IS EQUALLY GOOD for RING ItONE & HARNESS SORES. SOAKS INTO THE FLESH. CURES SHARP ACHES, DULL ACHES, All ACHES, PAINS OR BRUISES OF MAN OR BEAST. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. GREATEST EM ERGENCY. LINIMENT KNOWN. NO OTHER IS AS GOOD. QUICKLY HEALS BURNS AND SCALDS. The rOOR MAN'S DOCTOR FOR ALL INSECT BITES. IT IS NEEDED FOR CUTS, FROZEN LIMBS, CHIL BLAINS, OR ACCIDENTS OF ANY KIND. POSITIVELY Cures FILES HAS BEEN THE STAND ARD LINIMENT for OVER SIXTY YEARS. GOES TO THE VERY CIT ADEL OF FAIN AND PUTS ALL ACHES TO FLIGHT. NOTHING has EVER BEEN FOUND SO GOOD FOR FROST-BITES. IT GIVES SURE AND PERMANENT RELIEF. WORTH TRYING KEEP IT WITHIN REACH. FOR RHEUMATIC FAINS, INFLAMMATION, STIFF JOINTS, LUMBAGO, Etc. A FEW DROPS, A FEW RUBS AND THE PAIN IS GONE. YOU COULD' NT BUY A BETTER LINIMENT IF YOU TRIED IT'S THE BEST, AND NEVER FAILS. GOOD FOR MAN, BEAST AND POULTRY. CURES SORE THROAT. PUT A TEASPOONFUL IN A HALF GLASSFUL OF WATER & GARGLE Often. ALSO RUB THE OUTSIDE WITH THE LINIMENT. TRY IT OX A SPRAINED LEG IN YOURSELF OR IN ANY OF' YOUR STOCK. PEXETRATES t,hc FLESH. GIVES QUICK RELIEF AXD A POSITIVE CURE. MECHANICS NEED IT ON THE1K YOKK-l$ENCH. (1 POK PAINS ACHES AND V SOKE MUSCLES. I) THERE IS NOTHING SO GOOD. RUB IT IN WELL I) Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture. For mure than twenty years Mr. J. B. Vassey, of 3322 Clinton St.. Min neapolis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica. Tho pain and suffering which ho endured during this time is beyond comprehension. Nothing gave him any permanent relief until ho used Chamberlain's Palm Balm. One application of that liniment re lieved tho na.in and made sleep and rest possible, and less than one bottle litis e't'utixl a permanent cure. If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism hv not try a 25-cent iKittlo of Pain Balm and see for yourself how quickly it redieves tho pain. For sale by all druggists. BO YOU WANT HELP OF ANY KIND? If so, we can seccre tt for yog by a. small zz: want ad. in The Evening Citizen. It only costs One Cent Per Word Insertion and you ran rfiy upon It, at we have not failed before, that your noney In not thrown away. We have) also rented hundred! of hou by otir want ad, as well as gold nearly everything we have adver tised through them. TELEPHONE boy, and fnd your ad with the cas.li to The Citizen office, or tele phone dict, or call, and the ad will appear according to your wish. , AN CPPOHTUXITT FOR YOU Many rnrn fall in mirerr-d through lark of opnirtn. nlir. We lurk tii- TiKiit men to till bnmlri-.l. ,,r hlaS frrwlc opportunity nuw on onr lit. Wp have Kxecu live, CL-riml, Ti'ilintt al nrt Batsman position pav. It from f I.OOflto '.Ma jnr whlrh mnt r HUM at onr. If yo want to bi-ttr-r your coniliUou write for lUnaml bookt. Oincisin l.eitln. I1APQOODS (lac), Drain Broken 017 Chemical Building, St. Louis WANTED. WANTED House, for Its keeping. Address, H., caro of Citizen. WANTKD Desk room, office. Address, X., Citlznn WANTED Girl for general house work. Mrs. O. N. Marron, 610 Kele her avenue. WAITED A filT-cias s "baiDer, $15 per week. Box 177, Las Cruces, N. M. WANTED Railroad ticket U, CuT cago or St. Iuls. Address, witii -particulars. H. It. J., Citizen. WANTED Position by young lady stenographer, with experience. Ad dress, "Stenographer," this office. WANTED Party to take xclu.sivo control of specialty usod exten sively. Orient Manufacturing com 'Piainy, Boston, Mass. WANTED Gentlemen's secondhand clothing. No. 515 South First street, south of viaduct. Send address and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED -Men's washing and lace curtains to launder. Hand work; satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Lug ton, 411 West Coal avenue. WANTED Position! 5s watchman, night or day, by city resident of years' standing. Best of refer ences. Iveave word tat LearnaTd & Lindemann's. WANTED Good men, any number for rock work; southern Arizona; wages, 30c an hour; work guaran teed for three years. Inquire Abra ham's Employment offlce, 120 Silver avenue, under Elite rooming house WANTED Position by refined mar ried lady ias saleslady, trimmer or seamstress. Experienced. Desires work at once. Apply to Mrs. Laura Brown, 512 North Second Ktrect. Phone, red 233, two rings. WANTED Big mail order " hous wants l:eul assistant as distrlc' distributer for few counties. Per manetit work. Salary, $18, pal weekly from home office, and ex penses. Expense money advanced No investment required. Address Standard Company, Como block Chicago. MALE HELP WANTED. MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex plains how wo teach barber trade quickly by practical experience; mailed free. Moler Barber Col lege, Denver, Cclo. WANTEDoodieBT any number for rock work; southern Arizona; wages, '30c an hour; work guaran teed for three years. Inquire Abra ham's Employment office, 120 Silver avenue, under Elite rooming house iTlu; C if ION OP SANfFRA N CISCO" Best book; large profits; act quick. Sample frce. Globe company, 723 Chestnut street, Phil adelphia, Pa. FEMALE HELP. LADIES Our catalogue explains how wo teach hair dressing, manicuring. facial massage. e.tc, In short .time. Mslied free. Mokr Barber College, Denver, Colo. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room; rent reasonable. 214 South Walter street. FOR RENT OR SALE A tent cheap. Apply forenoons or evenings at 702 West Coal avenue. run lil'.M 1'tH'nlsnetl rooms over tho Golden Rule Dry Goods com pany. Inquire at Room B, Mrs. Phelan. FUR RUNT Five room furnished house; piano, ba1h, and all modem conveniences. Rent reasonable. fi3 Forrester Place. FOR RE NT Three furnished rooms for housekeeping, at 3(12 South Sec ond street. No invalids or children desired. FOll KENT Two pleasantly fur nished rooms for light housekeep ing; electric light; also one room for lodging" purposes. Call on Mrs. Rutherf -ird, 517 South Broadway. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, with or without board, at the Roosevelt House, 30914 West Railroad avenue. I'wler new management. Miss F. Moore. FOR RKNT For clubs, parties, etc., Si. John's Guild hall, furnished. F r tei'iuH, apply to Mrs. A. A. Keen, Tenth street and Tijeras ave nue. FOR SALE. For sale Carnation plants. Apply ;t" E 1st Railroad avenue. For S a 1 ,15A fl k Xuil scf "houafoTd f'u ni' ire, 501 South Fourth street. FOR SALE Ail lot 8 in Coronada Place. T. L. McSpadden. 300 South lima. 1 way. Foil Ke l.K Fresh Jersey cows, at five anil nc-half miles soinh of city. FOR SALE Small slock "merchandise at a bargain. T. U McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. 1 'OR SALE Gd business property, to I "s on West Railroad avenue. Iiiomi:,. at French Bakery. FOR s.LE""OR"TRAD"Er AKuod busl-ii"s- for pity property. T. L. Mc-Svi-u.-n. Soil South Broadway. F 1 jTT aT.E A oauiitiome iiarduian 1 it o In fine condition nnd almnof ''. at a bargain. For partleM- J'j- call at this office. FoffsALE A drug stole- iu good III '" to.vn; a snap. T. L. McSpad- ' . hi South Brcadway. F"R .-" LE"ORf RADE Are you ln teres-od in mines? I have some "t'l t(1 be good deals. Talk with T. L McSpadden, 300 S. Broad way. the Western Union or Postal Tele graph offices for nn A. D. T. messenger SELL, RENT Oil TRADE -lst your property with T. L. McSpadden, 300 south Broadway KOil SALE Guide family horso, new surrey, rubber tired: large, new refrigerator; new gas stove. 724 East. Railroad avenue. FOR SALE At a sacrifice, lot. on High street, one block of Railroad avenue, on monthly payments of $15. N. Peach & Co., 212 West Gold avenue. FOR SALE A. A. Trimble, 207 North Arno street, has for sale, settings of pure bred black Minorca eggs, Rhode Island Reds, Wlhlte Plym outh Rocks, Barred Plymouths, Rrown leghorns, etc. One dollar per setting. FOR SALE A firgt-ciass, double-bar reled, 12-gauge shotgun; bran new never has been nsed; one of th best makes. Call at The Citizen of flee for particulars. FO R SALE OR TRADE 2 rooming houses. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE Two sets oi snelvlng, ninety feet long; two sixteen-foot counters; one thirty-foot counter. Call at F. F. Trotter's. FOR SALE A first-class Darber shop at a bargain. It Is the best shop In the best location, with the best trade In the town, with the best future of any town la the south west. Write at once. EL D. Wil liams, Las Cruces, N. M. FUR SALE $25,000 rancn at a bar gain; will take email property in exchange. Write, wire, phone or talk with F. L. McSpadden, 303 South Broadwav. FOR SALE A large mercantile busi ness, enjoying a most excellent trade, and conl rolling business for a large scope of country; or will sell half. Can cnafic. in the sheep and cattle business; also gristmill. Good bargain for some energetic man with from $t',.000 to $8,000 to Invest. Call at The Citizen office for particulars. BUSINESS EXCHANGE TO'EXCHANGE-rhavTonie'Vanches to trade for city property. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. McSPADDEN Tho exchange man. See him for business exchanges. 300 South Broadway. TOXCHANGlifiYave property iu Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas Colorado and Arizona to trade for Albuquerque property. Talk with me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. AGENTS WANTED. WANTED Men 111 eacn state to travel, post signs, advertise and leave samples of our goods. Salary $75.00 per month. $3.00 per day for expenses. Kuhlrrmn Co., Dept. S., Atlas block, Chicago. WANTED Salesman, ex.;teriuicod in any line, to sell general stores In Now Mexico. An unexcelled spe cialty proposition. Commissions and $35 weekly for expenses. The Continental Jewelry Co., Cleveland Ohio. LOST. LOST Pearl sunburst, niti. on Coal avenue, between Hiirh nnil Socnnrl I streets. Return to 519 S. High street and receive rewnrd. PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. Money Co Loan On Furniture, Pianos. Organs, Horses Wagons and other Chattels: also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high as $200.00. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods re main In your possession. Our rates are reasonable. Call .and see us be fore borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms S and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ate. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET FOR SALE. Building for sale or rent. A PAYING PROPOSITION. PORTERFIELD COMPANY. 110 West Gold Avenue. Notarial work and conveyancing. MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOR. My merchant tailoring shop Is up stairs over No. 20! West Railroad ave nue, where I solicit the patronage of tho public. All work guaranteed first- class, as I have "ad fifteen years' ex perience in the business. Suits made to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed anu repaired. The specific I use will not injure tho cloth. Ladies' garments also cleaned and walking skirts made to order. Give me a trial. O. BAMBINI. Postmaster Robbed. G. W. Fonts, postmaster at River ton, la., nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort, according to his letter, which says: "For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint, which I'd lu such a severe case of Jaundice that even my finger nails turned yel low; when my doctor prescribed Elec tric Bitters: which cured mo and have kept me well for eleven years." Sure cure for Biliousness, Neuralgia, Weakness and all Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder derangements. A wonderful tonic. At all drug stores. 50 cents. BANK INSTITUTIONS MONTEZUMA ALBUQUERQUE Capita, and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED With Ampla Means and tm S'liilk Oil Extends to Depositors every proper Accommodation, and Solicits New Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA, President; W. S. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. JOHNSON. Asst. Cashier; Wm, Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridge, Solo mon Luna, A. "M. Blackwell, George Arnot, O. E. Cromwell. DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, K. M. Offlctr and JOSHUA S. RAYNOLBfll M. W. FLOURNOY FRANK McKEE R. A. FROST IL F. RAYNOLD3 . V. 8. DEPOSITORY. Authorized Capital wm $500,00040 Paid Up Capital. Surplus and Profits $350,00O.C0 Depository for Atchison, Topeka orocoocrccccC5 Q YOUR ACCOUNT $ AT ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. We want your banking business, whether your account be large or small, and offer in. return for same every attention and business courtesy, the account will warrant. We take every precaution to guard the interests or our depositors. Our bank is equipped with every necessary facility for SAFETY, and all business entrusted to its care receives the PERSONAL attention of one of Its lofflcers. DIRECTORS. V O. N. MARRON. WM. FARR. J. A. WEINMAN. I. A. DYE. n E. A. Ml ERA. F. H. STRONG. D. H. CARNS. U ' JAY A. HUBBS. J. B. HERNDON. Q oooooooooocooooooooooooooooocx? 'OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1S7I L . B. PUTNEY I WHOLESALE GROCER S 0 0 I t 0 0 Flour, Grain Carries the Largest and Most In tho FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILI DAD AVENUE eT. C. BALDRIDGE NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT- e overs more, iooks iest, wears longe'st, most e cononiiacl, full measure. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. TRUST CO. NEW MEXICO ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Unsurpassed Facilities. essmsssG al Director. , President , Vice President Cashier Assistant Cashier Director tt Santa Fe Railway Company oo cccxxzocccrxr3coi IS WELCOME THE and Provisions Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries Sout'owert. ALBUQUERUE. N. M. A FONDNESS FOR WATER. is an Inborn tract with civilized man especially is It commendable when coupled with a fondness for cleanli ness. Modern plumbing now offers every improved facility for the full exercise of this virtue in luxurious baths ; but It does more, as it gives perfect sanitation to house drainage; so that tho evils of sewer gas, foul odors and other sources of disease are done away with. But only modern, sanitary plumbing can do this the work done by the Standard Plumbing and Heating Company Is the kind. Standard Heating & Plumbing Co. Both 'Phones: Colo., Red 284; Auto matic, 671. BUILDING PAPER - Ahv-avs in stock. Plaster, Lime, Cenvtnt, Paint, Glass, Sash Doors, Etc. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. AND LAS VEGAS If 0 1