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tltloo,
. Kra-cfaco,
S4.
.1 9Hef Medal.
ludu.irtal
itrnn al puttk a,
Jrltar. IWi
ihnt A arrla
Pair, St. .ooia Arrrtrnlttiral
,Jr hutlca Ataocntioo.
-. Hlffhn Awarrl.
irwrrn Ktlr Ataor tlon.
y London, Can., 18UI.
fliaheat Award.
cbmki 8ut Board o4 Afrlcnltura.
Read the List of Few TtstimoniiU n the Gty oi Albuqucrquct
W. L. Trimble A Co- B. K. Manger, Hurray Hons Msnri John rttein, Hnpt.
B. K. P. K.Ht n Houses; Mrs. W. H Burke, Mm. J. A. Hinurners, Mm. l.eaiidro Watts,
John A. Italrlon. J. A. Sttibbs, Sunt, h. P. ft.arilltif l srs; rherllT T. H. Ilnbh II,
Co. JhII; Irene yner, I'ha. Tripp, John SchrMder, Krrll hleinwort, Adnlptis Otero,
O. W. Heliitrer..1. H. Coesroy. ledro Tspla, I'abln tiHs. htrbard Hrhneber, C. .
Leonhardt, Dr.Crtie n, Mrs. Lnrlan Miller, Ura.rpgauorth, A. Trnjlllo, A. Anderson.
Thousands of Testimonial to be seen on application at office of
Wrought Iron Range Co 1 18 N. Second Street.
Wrought Iron Kange Co.
W.L. DOUGLAS
$3 5HOE,hV.
r r U nari thta ahi hv merit
ftlotl haa rlla'aruM all fvmptltor
w. l. iNMigi i.a, . ni
hnra ara lh production. if ottillaM) wmfciwo,
rrom tne immii niauria.i pnwnw m 1
Ato.A .(. ) hoMirrir
. vi i - and 7
W. L. lwiM-rM ihnm rw In
ihl at lhatr ftrtr-.
IndorweMj
rnnmi.
fry ovar 1 jlit.uiu wearvra aa lha tH
in Hi ana auraoiiiiy hj
ah oflr1 at tb prtca.
Thy ra midi In all the Uts
hj and style, a4 f a vary vari
ety rf lMitbr.
If Wr 0i) nt aqpnl von, wrltaj lor MtAV
lufwto W. 1 Lxiuf laa, ftrookuw, Maaa, SoM by
rO t ALB BY
WM. CHAPLIN.
118 West R 11 road Avenue,
AMM'tJCKKUdK, W. M
THfiDAiLYClTiZO
USIABSS B01BS.
Tin shop. WhltDcy Co.
New ebMitnuts at A. Lombardo'a.
Crockery and glawware. Whitney Co.
Bpeolal price on corsets. RoeenwaUl
Bros.
Steel ranfrea at living price. Whit
ney Co.
New lot plaited ebtSons at Golden Role
Dry UootU eompauy.
Old rye, Bourbon and brandy, 3 per
gallon, ai A. Loinoarao a.
Attend the blggeot apeelal eale erer
held In tbla city. Hosenwald Bros.
The hlgheot gratle of Jara and Mocha
eoflee at loweet price, at A. Lombardo'a,
Kvery dree pattern In the honae on
aale, with tree dress llnlnga, at The
KconomUU
For party wear: Krentns alovea, fans.
silk hoelery, etc., the very newest, at The
KconomiHi.
Read the new advertleement of the
Golden Rule Dry OooiIh company. It will
lutereet yon.
Bay yonr camp etovea and have yoni
nn-wora aone at uie tsuu tinmiop, -nr.
Horn avenue.
Look Into Klelnwort'a market on north
Third atreet. He has tbe nloeHt treel
meats In the city.
Gentlemen's neckties, worth 86c, now
two (or 4oc; tie worth (o, now two for
75c: tie worth 75c, each 600. Hosenwald
ft rue.
Bauta Claui woul 1 bring your little
ones more prrweuls It you uad beeu ue-
liig Cerrlllo coal during the taut year.
Special on ladles' kid gloves, all colors,
either buttou or claxps, only 76 cents: to
be had only at the Golden Rule Dry
Uuods company.
You are Invited to call at Tbe Fair
where you can get an Idea of sumi
of the nice thing In store for yon. 113
south Klrst street.
Tbe beet place for good, juicy steaks
and roaeta and all kluds of meat, kept
In a flrat elaes market, at Klelnwort a,
north Third streak
Ladle' kid eloves. every pair cuaran
teed: all prevailing: ehades at 11.86 a pair,
Rest value ever ottered In the kid glove
line. Koeenwalu Bros.
Santa Clans has eatablUhed a depot of
supplies at The Pair store, where you can
see some of the beautiful holiday goode
he ha for his friends.
118 south Flrnt
street
Linen towels, worth 26c, 2 for 35c.
Dauiak towels, worth 36o, tor 2ufl. Tnrk
iHh towels, worth i for S5c. Ten
yd, fruit of the loom muslin for 45c.
Roeenwald Broa.
JuHt received a large assignment of
fine California Grape brandy, spring 1)2,
which we will mil to saloon keepers at
3.20 per gallon. Original package. O.
Daobechl A . Uloml.
lony Mlchelbach, the popular old town
butcher, has bis sausage factory In oper
ation, and can supply me people witn
f renh meats of all kinds and the cheapeet
In the city, delivered free. Freeh ground
bonea for the chickens on hand at all
tlnies.
Hurklaa't Aralc aalve.
The beet salve In the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tlvely cure plies, or no pay. It Is guar
auleed to lv perreci aturacton
money refuudett frlce 26 cent per box.
For sale by all druggist. J. 11. O'J
t'lUelly
A Co.
Ancle to Montoya has taken up qnarters
in the penitentiary for a three year stay
He appropriated cattle to his own use
which belonged to other men, and Judge
Hamilton, at Socorro, thought three years
spent In meditation and hard work would
prove beuenclal In correcting erroneous
Ideas coneerniug property rignia enter
talued by Uontoya. Isew Mexican,
Eatorprlata iapr.
TBI ALBCQCIByCI CiTlZK. with Its
customary enterprise, bjsued a very cred
liable Crlstmas edition of ten pages last
Friday avenlng bland Herald.
Mora Such r a pari Maadad.
The Albuquerque CiTizitN Issued last
week a ten-paged edition which con
tained many Interesting articles, espe
cially tbe on on the Mesllla valley. A
few mora paper like Thj i Citiun are
needed In New Mexico. Dona Ana Republican.
.OOO
Steel Ranges..
FERGUSSOM'S MINING LAW.
The
Dangers and Defects of His Bill
fcrlc fly Slated.
Editors Cltilra.
The explanation of our worthy dele
gat to coiigrea as to what Is compre
hended by his bill to authorise the ex
ploration and purchase of mine within
the boundaries of private land claim.
seem to be) unsatisfactory and disap
pointing. Th bill a reportrd in the l)emurrat'
issue of the 2UJ lust, does not mak any
diHtluctlon such a I comprehended la
the explanation above referred to; awr.
In th opinion of many of our roo4lta
tional lawyers, can any aurh diatiarttoaj
be lawfully matte. T1h UtUf tvalrmd
that Inasmuch as Spain, and aftorwanai
Mexico, Invariably rer4 all estaeral
In New Mexico a rrowa aa4 -' U
ment sources of reveane. ft graaiaeea- .
anatlng from those onr eaa ha -
idered as other thaa a-rt-llaral aV
and held under Ilk rvadlUewa. TW
treaty of Gaudalovp Htdal ptmriim
for tbe recognition oaly f S a4
Mexlean iiauta by Um I aitd Mai tm
accordance with the n.emniag as4 bit
of, and In conformity with, lha espraa ,
slon of the grant. i
It occur to th writer that whalrr
action Congress has taken la giving rat-
enta, whether with or without mineral. It
had no authority to luterfer la la
premises save to deride through lit land
eourt as to the legality of the title.
It will be urged, without doubt, by
those who, like BU Paul, assert that "the
lawe that be are ordained of God," that
the supreme eourt haa aettled the right
of authority over all the mineral re
sources of the country regardless
of Individual rights; but it will be re
membered that judicial decisions are not
always permauent, nor do they always
couserv the public weal or embody the
true essence of justice; vide bred Scott
decision, greenback Issue, Income tax,
Mariposa land grant, and many decision
the constitutionality of which Is gravely
questioned to tills day.
The land court was established only to
enable bona Ode claimants to prove title.
and to prevent frauds upon the govern
ment.
Th latter has no more claim upon a
valid Mexican or Bpanixh land grant In
this territory than It has upon the broad
acres of Texas, tor it never owned or pos
sessed them.
A very grave question arise which
will com Urate the carrying out of the
provisions of tbe contemplated bllL Can
eongrm claim the control and right of
arbitrary disposal of valid Spanish or
Mexican land grants, when such an act
eontunplates the wholesale impairment
of the property rights of private Individ
usls obtained through original and valid
grants, which were by solemn treaty
guaranteed by our government in the
treaty above referred to?
This Is a question of great moment in
tbe proper adjustment of land titles and
the rights of prope-'..
Any action however popular during
the present unrest, occasioned by pre
vailing differences of opinion regarding
the production and distribution of
wealth, that comprehends a disregard tor
vested property rights, should be depre
cated, fcr it only serves to widen tbe
chasm between capital and labor, which
all are agreed are mutually dependent
upon each other. A. W. IUubih.
Roh bad the Oraen.
A startling Incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia Is the aub
ject 1 uarrated by hitu as follows:
1 waa in a morn areaurui condition, aiy
skin was almost yellow, eyes suuken,
tongue coated, palu continually In back
aud aides, no appetibe gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. ihree pbysiciaus
bad (riven me up. Fortunately, a friend
advised trying Klevtrlc Bitters, and to
my great joy and surprise, the Brst bottle
made a decided improvement. I con
tinued their use for three weeks, and am
now a well man. I know they saved my
life, and robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should fail to try them.
Only 60 cents per bottle at J. 11. O'Rlelly
x Co. drug store.
IAS CRCCES LACONICS.
From th Dona Ana Republican.
It I said by one of our best physicians
that K. K. Milder, had be lived, would
soou have been a paralytic, as bis mind
had been gradually been giving away
three months before his death.
Jared W. Vaudewater will leave for
New Orleans Sunday, there to engage in
business. Mr. Vandewater I an old time
newspaper man, and for the last year has
bad chir;c U the store at Shalam.
Will aud Kddle Asoarate arrived from
their ranch at Janos, Mexico. They have
just disposed of over t,b0 head of cattle,
the increase of this aud last year. Messrs.
James aud Guadalupe A-oarats will ship
an equal number In a short time.
We are grieved to announce that Mis
Lottl Muencb.ot St. Louis, died lat Bun
day aud tbe new of her death completely
prostrated her sister, Miss Clara Muench,
of this city, but by the timely arrival of
medical assistance aud oar by klud
trleuds, wt hope to so her up lu a few
daj a.
Maple syrup, purest article, only $1.26
per gallon, at A. Loiubardo'.
LETTER MtOn WASHINGTON.
Atltt'e1t Oil, Bot Coatstnlnr Rews of
Interest t New Rcxlce.
Washington, Dee 27. An appointment
wss made to day by the president to r
eel re Gov. Miguel A. Otero, of New Mex
ico, Mrs. Otero and Mlgoelito. Tbey had
quit a long visit with the preeldeui.
The Citizih correspondent I certain
that they haA an exceedingly pleasant
time, judging .from the smiles on all of
their enikateosnces upon lesving the
White House, and by the leiullful flow
ers preeented to them by the president
Governor and Mrs. Otero (and Mlguellto
leave for Chicago this evening, where
they wi I pass two or three days.
Col. Max Frost of Santa Fe, has put
In a hard west's work In favor of state
hood for Wew Mexico and to seenr the
permanent location of the capital of
the territory of New Mexlen at Santa Fa.
Col Front starts on the train this even
ing for Santa Fe with Gov. Otero.
Mr. Jeff Reynolds and eon, J. W. Rey
nolds, and wife leave on the train with
Gov. Otero for New Mexico. Mr. Rey
nolds haa been closely watching for eV'
months before the Interior department
the question of ismiiug th patent of the
the Las Vegas prlvats land claim to tbe
town of Lai Vesai He thinks his effort
will be successful.
There will be soms very important ap
pointment, of special Importance to New
Mexlcn, made early In January, which
will lie a pleasure and surprise to some
and a serious disappointment to others.
The representative of TBI ClTlxtX Is
under bond of secrecy not to give the
facts away for the present
The first supplemental brief In favor
Of atrll against tailing the patent In the
private land ease of Las Vegas to the
town of Las Vegas and against Issuing
the town have been filed, and the decision
of the secretary will be awaited with
great Interest. Secretary Noble decided
In favor of Issuing to the town of Las
Vegas.
T ha Weak of Prayer.
A fiwoierly announced In the column
ef that paper. t a meeting of the Minis
te' aaaaM-Ullu) It wee receally eVler
BtlDeJ that tb fultowlDg rhnrrhes would
aits aant saawrve tbe week el prayer lu
( : t a4-reratioaJ. Baptist, Preaby-
a. atstJaadkat KptMfpai aad Metbw-
ai. nial Swwta.
' -. Kl. 1. kafft; a4 Re, f. H. Allen
it vv. asattat eaeaejlttse W arrange
sw i aeafsa W . et. They eue
ea ,m biartae; ri'iirt winrh will
k a x u la rail
Ha anag. JeAsjary I. et the
K, -ttjt rharrh. eubjert.
ro
- 9. H Air, leader.
ara. Jaaoary 4. at tbe
Ta te)
r btvrv ptraeew; "laa Hoi;
!ertt-w B. Kddr-M. leavler.
w4a. lay e eaiag. Jaaeary k, at the
Cairrr.liutaal ettarca; aubject "The
Holy hilrit-HIa Work." Ker. A. C.
Welch, leader.
Thnralay evening. January 6, at th
Lead arena Methodist ehnrcb; subject,
-Th Holy Spirit Grieving Him." Rev.
D. Y. Begby, leader.
Friday evening, January 7, at th Bap
tist cbureh; subject "Personal Responat
bllity for the Conversion of Men." Rev.
T. C. Beattle, leader.
The leader will be allowed twenty
minute In opening tbe meeting; other
speakers, five minutes each. Let all who
can, attend all these aervloea, and come
praying for and expecting "seasons of
refreshing from the presence of tb
Lord." U. HoDflnoN, Secretary.
fteirves
- a
air ch if in maw faaaa, tba TtSaptgk
yitam el tbe boaaaa bady.
Norvea axtaad trom the era la a ovary fart
at the body ajod raaah evary artaa,
Mervwe ar Uke tra-good sarraaaj at ha4l
sua tar.
MervM ar tad by Cm btood and an Charafar
UUlaharaetat. I
Nerve win be weak and whaest.1 tb
blood Is this, pais aad ham.
Nerve) win sanly b stra ag ssst stsady I
th blood k) rka, rad east vlw a.
Nerve Sad a Ira Metis la Boars aaraaoa
rlUa btaanaa tt aaaka. rlah, rad baMd.
Nerve tkaar work amearatty aaat waO
the krala k an.lnalia.ta ar. as
a aialt aaJna, apfwUat aaat clfe
tlaa ar food, a-baa yaa awka
Sarsaparilla
Tb On Trs Blood rarllar. An drntfteta. a,
reave aaly ay a I. Hat a Oa, I all, Haaaj
,, the bart family eathartl
HOOtt PillS and urn aUaalaa. at
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
UHAND CENTRAL.
K. P. Groner. Jemex Springs; C. C.
Lord, C. K. Hutchinson, Los Angeles; F.
S. Lord, Kansas.
HIUHIjIND.
G. M. MoClellan, Indianapolis, Ind.; G
F. Billings, Cerrlllos. N. M.; L. W. Perry
and wife, (irauville, Ohio; J. G. Mcliall,
New Mexico.
BTTUUEo' IUU0PKAN.
John J. Sheahan. Granville. N. V.; H.
Ronem, San Marcial; Robert W. Harris,
VMutlow; J. W. Dickinson, Los Angeles
W. C. Teasdale, Jr St. Louis; Walter G
Marmon, Kllra 8.. Belle and Alice Mar
mon. Latruna: Georirs Simmons. Denver
Otto Richter, La Porte, Ind.; John Dahl,
T. L. Surgrue, Kansas City; 11. H.'Ham
tlton, Socorro; W. D. Radcllff. Belsn
Kdwin D. Powell, Peoria, 111.
Hon. Chas. B. Herbert, a state senator
of New Jersey, aocompaned by bis moth
er, Mrs. R. B. Herbert, aud Mlse Goodall
the latter trom New York, are among the
late eastern arrivals at Sturgea' Knro-
pean. Tbey are well pleased with Alhu
querque, aud as they are pleasure seek
era they will remain here several days.
Tbs Optic says: "J. F. Diamond, who
has been working on the branch road.
near Cerrlllos, and who waa let out be
cause of the recent accident down there,
M' for Albuquerque to-day to join bis
family."
Judge II. L. Warren, who pawed
through the city from Santa Fe to Kl
Paso tbe other evening, returned to the
city from the south last night.
A splendid watch service was held at
tbe Lead Avenue Methodist Episcopal
church last night There was a good at
teuduoce. Mrs. H. J. Franklin aud son are In tbe
elty from Pueblo, Colo., and ar being
eutertulued by F. K. Sturges and wife.
Ivan Oruunfeld, who accompanied bis
wife aud baby to Chicago, returned to his
buiilnesa ber last night
Moods
Man man wUl
it1 If. I
prrrwet his nwwi'f
th n t eia
fe. Thousands
deeHns to pm I
a in almott
crrdible bat It
trae. Mr fl
and r lit that the aioat !m'l tnrmf
of mankind, contamptiom, ta slowly bvt
awiniycnrtplna, upoa them. Bot la th mad
nir for money they refaac tn atop and drive
off th dread diaraac. It woald rrqnlre a
arrlftc of both time and money and e
vhey aeflect it. antil H t too lata.
There 1 no ticaa ft this. A tur aadl
qnirk fetnedv i at hand. Dr. Pief's
Golden Medical DiroTerycii xjSoeT nt,
of all caars of consumption. It remedies
all disorders of th direction. It Inrla
atea the liver. It make new rich blood
and holloa an firm healthy fleah. It enter
the blood and drlre oat I Imparities, and
act directly upon the Innr driving oat alt
diaeaae rrm. It ballot aoand vital tiaan
In th Ian- Thonaand hava teatified to
their ear by this wonderful remedy after
they wrra riven np by th dortor. and all
hop was fnn. lirociiata sell ft.
" t tit takes TN-. fie' Ooldra Mvdlral
rHarovery. and can and do recommend a 9my
aUre 1 ao." writta Mr. J. D. Cirtvea. of Salt,
nranra. Cflttarautnit Co., ST. Y. (Academy Street).
" I am a trawling anlrtlariT aad htv bea Int
etetiteen yetm. When 1 ftnd people who ar
affltrlrd t tell them what 1T FHrrr. metltHa.
have done fur me. Tarelre yeart aeet I wat f Irea
ap to die. I bad what all me phvatctana called
eon.iimotkm. I had hernorrhare of the twnga.
nivntaweata and In fact I rally reaiieea my eo.
ditton. I nenrq of them to
Ire the
Oolden Me-llral tHaLo.eiT.'
and th nauli la, I
till lie and do Iota of hard work.
rv w It is better to do
Dr. Pierce's
than wait antll the whole etrnctar I. ready
to fall. Constipation i. the one. all embrac
Inf diaorder that la reapoaaibl for many
other dia- - tea. Doc
tor Pier 's I'leHSiint H"t
Pellet car 1 . Drew .
rl.ts aril Iheei. They tie f tripe. On
ittlc " Pellet " I a t-rntle laiati , and
two a mild cathartic. They ar tiny,
nrar coated crannies
Nothlnc elae It " lut ai
Pellets.
ood." A permanent earn.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CONVENTION
Clot.lnr Preceedlngt of tb Succenful
Territorial Reeling.
The session yesterday afternoon was
openrd by a song aud devotional aer
vice followed by a "conference on things
neglected," the items discussed being the
business meeting, mid-week prayer meet
ing, associate member and evangelistic
work.
After this conference, the aubject of
"Inter Society Communication," which
should have been given by T. P. Barber,
editor of th Colorado Rndeavorer, was
discussed. Tbe proposition made by this
gentleman that the New Mexico Endear
overs should ubscribe for one hundred
eoples and hare the use of on page, was
accepted. It was left with the Incoming
president to appoint an editor and his
associates to take charge of tbla page
Rev. Allen then gave an address on tbe
"Quiet Hour," explaining tbe object of
this movement aa brought out by Dr
Clark at tbe San Francisco convention.
He urged upon all to join the comrade
tbe "Quiet Hour," aa he felt quite sure it
would be uplifting to their tfplrltuel
Uvea.
Tbe reception held la the parlors of th
Congregational church was an event loog
to be remembered by the delegates. Re
freshment were aerved. after which tbe
time was speut In social pleasures aud In
Inglng. The thanks of the Kndeavorers
ar especially dns to tbe ladle of th
ehurchea who so very gracefully and
thoughtfully prepared tbla entertain
meut
A rare treat was accorded to those who
attended the evening service by tbe ad
dress of Dr. Galusha Anderson, of tbe
Chicago university. He took for hi
theme "Truth," not as an Intellectual
proposition, but as found in God, the
truth of which Christ came to bear wit
ness.
His whole address waa replete with no
ble thought among which we may only
seloct a few. He contrasted tbe stato of
society before aud after Christ's time,
showing bow the truth of God had worked
itself Into the heart of men until now we
bad "not a people for the state, but a
state for the people."
He then spoke of the three ways in
hlch Christ bore witness of the truth
first, by his character, hating the evil and
loving the good with all tbe Intensity of
strong nature; second, by his acta,
which, after all, were only the outcome
of such a character; third, by his words.
His words were effective because his
character was purs, and the acts of his
lit In accordance.
Tbe speaker then urged a personal ap
plication of these thoughts, showing that
It was the duty of Christians to bear wit
ness of the truth In the same manner.
He very clearly demoustrated, however,
that this could only be done by a close
fellowship with Christ by abiding lu
Him as the branch In the vine, then sue-
s would attend their efforts.
Particular mention should be made of
the special muslo of the evening first, a
selection by the male quartette of tbe
Congregational church; and second, a
duet by Miss Maude Summers and Mr. J.
K. Brown.
Both were beautifully rendered and
highly appreciated.
Tbe consecration meeting that followed
was led by Mr. J. K Wood, of Santa Fe,
the president-elect. After a tew brief
remarks, the roll of tbe societies was
called, each responding in some appro
priate manner.
The alnglug of that beautiful hymn,
"God be with yju till we meet again,'
brought to a close one of tbe most suc
cessful Christian Kndeavor conventions
held In ths territory, aud tbe delegates
return borne strengthened by the rich
splrltubl treat they have enjoyed.
ELY'S CSSAM BAI M I ptMiM tar .
Arjolf ano laa noauiav It it qattkhr eiiaartaa.
aan la at fleaeirtale ae ay awil aamlaa lllc by antlL
kXI DKuTUKita, t v ana Bb, new lark Cuy.
Mrs. A. A. Keen, the estimable wife of
the cashier ot the Klrst National bank,
who waa at Laa Vegas speadlng the
Christmas holidays with her mother, re
turned to the elty last night.
Reserved seats for -Klrmls" will be on
aale at Walton's and J. H. O'Rlelly & Co's
drug stores neit Monday morning at 9
o'clock.
Mrs. Lorlon allller and children are at
Santa V on a visit to Mrs. Rostwli-k,
mother of air. Miller.
Best Lucca olive oil In bulk, forty
cents a pint, at Lombardo .
ea nwr. I if melt lire nrmaa
vP h l' H would nqntra
,rtv f the aaerlSes of a
l75r V fewdnlUraof theli
VJr" T ImsstT. Tat
Tor 0&StoK$-
THIRD STREET
MEAT MARKET
AU kinds of Fresh and Salt
Meats. .. .. .
Steam Sausage Factory.
MASONIC TEMPLE,
THIRD 8TJIEE1,
EM IL KLEIN WORT. Prop.
City : Drug : Store
Third Bt. aad Railroad Ay
Drugs, Itdlclcss, Paints, Oils, Etcl
WHOLES A LK AND RETAIL
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
aecaaaot to Pllltbnry A Walton.
LEATHER,
Harness and Saddles,
Cut Soles, Taps, Shoe Nails,
Findings, Shoe Dressings, Etc
Saddlery, Hardware, Harness,
Chains, Collars, Sweat Tads,
Whips toe to $t.35, Lubricat
ing Oils, Axle Oils, Grease,
Horse Remedies, Sheep Dips.
Thos. F. Koloher,
Wholesale and Retal Dealer.
PRICES RIGHT. CALL AND 11 CONVINCED
40 Railroad' Ave, Aibuqucrqua.
JACOB K0KBE1U CO
Mannractar of and Dealer la
Wagons,
Carriages.
Buckboardst
The Beet Kastara-Mads Tabid aa,
Pine Hoiie-Skoelmv a Specialty.
Batia faction Guaranteed ra All Work
Repairing, Painting aad Trimming
Dona o Short Notion. I I I I I I I
Sbbb, Corair Cppr It. and Pint SL,
Ai evaaevw. K. w
DOH'T THROW 1WIT I0NET!
Bat ee Alexander' price and be happy.
A peony aaecd la a peony alned. Yon
aav dollar by tradlD; with u.
Look Hera ,
JiS audi of fine clothing, bought at
ShcruTi Sals, which w olicr at 50c on
Uatoouar. .
Overcoat, men'. kd boy,' coats, boo,
shoes, haUy cap, . 'its and Underwear
that w will prau lly giv away,
compared with ih 1 1 ta other dtiVrt
ask.
Q. n bedroom arts, springa and nuttntaass
lor aal cheap. U you ar looking lor
bargain, Call at
ALEXANDER'S AUCTION BOUSE,
Waa Ballroad Aeeaaa.
rhouaaodt have beta served and saved
money.
M.HAROLD.
OOMTBACTOB
BXK DRILLING OIL
OAS Om WATER
WKIXS.
P. O. ADDBBaa,
GoKca, Santa Fs Co.,
Maw NBIICO.
A. E. WALKEIt,
FIRE INSURANCE
SacreUrj Intuit Building luoclitlon.
On at at. O. RaldridaVa Linear Tard
To the Young Face
Poaao aja OoMetxioa Pownaa fftraa rraahdr
eliarmat to the old. reuewed yonth. Try It.
CUT FLOWERS
HOUND GREEKHOUSE
Car. Oold At a. aa I Araa at.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL
Maw Telephone No. as.
PlONEEIt BAKEKY!
f taT STBBBT,
BALLING) BR08., PaoraiBToas.
Wedding Cakea a Specialty I
W Daalr Patronage, and we
Guarantee rirst-Claa Baking.
Taleamph oedanaollcltad and Promptly Filled
THAT'S THE PLACE
Where you p;et
Hit-hot Prices
your good at .
the
for
THE FAVORITE
208 W. Gold Avenue.
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Oifii
A. J. CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 164.
Old Telephone No 25.
Leave ordcrsTrimblc'i stables
wamtbo, roa sal a amu ataax.
Waa lad.
wanted A cook at Kuropean hotel,
Gallup, N. U. Address, T. N. Hlucu.
Wanted Honsehold goods and gents'
elothibZ. Vi nitten, 114 Oold avenue.
Wanted Household goods; highest
price paid at Hart a, 117 Uold avenue.
Wanted 600 tie makers to make
Hewn ties. Klve years' steady work at
aood nrlces. Kor full particular apply
to th tiewn iimoer ueparimeni oi in
Arltona Lumber & Timber Co., Flagstaff,
Aritona.
C. W. Kknnkuy, Superintendent.
For Bala.
For Bale Or eiohange, very One single
harness, used but Utile. No. 506 east
bllver avenue.
One bay mare five years old; maybe
nsed by woman or csntlemau with safety.
Address, Prank Daniel, 1413 south Klrst
street, Albuquerque, N. II.
Motloe.
All persons Indebted to the assigned
estate of H H. tVerkeutlu are hereby no
tilled to call and nay their aeoouiits at
ouce. ALKL UHtucmH, Assignee,
omee at L. B. Putuea.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Dia, SUA KOI CIMHWOM,
OrftCB AND RKStDRNCB 40 W
aMdavanu. Hour l S to 10 a. HI., S
S and 7 to S p. m.
Special attention a-leen to (eneral aanfery,
Automatic 1 alephon. .
dm. bishop manor,
m MYOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND
uraeone OfTtce and residence oeef poet,
office, leleptaone . Mi. Marlon Hlahop,
M. I)., ottJc boitra, S to S p. m. Krjria D.
Vlahop, M. l.. ofttc boon, S to 10 a. m., aad
t to S and V to S p. m.
JOHN TASVMKR, M. D.
I)HYICIAN AND SIHOKON-Offlr. and
realdence, north Fifth atreet. Uonra, I
to and :i) to Vao p.m. Special attention,
a leen to chronic and dlteeeee of women. Old
telephone, SS. Call maJ. In daytlm only.
R. D. JOHNSON,
a kCHITKCT-Plant. apeclflration. and ea-
ix umatr. fnrniahed foe all cl
of build
Ir a and architectural work.
Utnt.i BO Weal
Kaumad aeenne.
AaiKHUlil 4V 4lraV I AaTs
OFFICa and reaidrnce. No 411 West Oold
anoe. Teletb.ne No. SS. Oftlcahoam
Telephone No. SS.
StoSa-m.l:SOtoS:ao and 7 to p. m.
U.8. haatrfdar, M. D.
J. 8. aaeteniay,
D
W. M. BOFaV M. Ot,
BPICR HOUMS-Untll S a. m. and from
e 1 :S0 to S :SO and from 7 to S D. m. Ofhre
and reatdeore. SSO Waal Oold aeroiM, A I bo.
anerqno, N. M.
B. at. ALVtH, D. I. a,
DINTIST-OtMc, room. and 4. Whltln
block, corner tiold aeenoe and heend
treat. Office boon, a a. m. to ISilSp. ui.
and 1 lis to S :SO p. m.
BSSSAKU a MOIItl,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, Alboqnerqne, N.
M. Fromtt mention aleen to all butinea.
pertainln to 111 profeaalori. Will pracuc. In
all conrta of the territory and before tb United
Stat land oflic.
WILLIAM I. LBta,
4 TTORNKY-AT-LAW. Offic,
room 1,
II N. T. Arm lu bul i Una. w
1U practlc In
all th. count ot tb larriuay
JOHNSTON riNIOAL,
ATTORNKY8-AT LAW. Albnqtieroiie. N.
M. Of! ce, roomt a and 8, rirM National
Bank balldin.
St. W. !. BRYAN
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, Albnqtierqne, N
i U. tJOic. Klrat National bank buililln
FKANK W. CLANCY,
A TTORNKY-AT-LAW, room. S and S, N.
a i . Amnio buiidin, Albuquerque, N. at
W. DOBHON,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. Office over Rob
ertaon t rorery More, Albouueruue, N. at.
-SALOONS-
Schneidor & LLx,
PROPRIETORS
Albnaaerqae BowliDiJ Parlors!
Cornei First St. and Copper Ays.
Tb (Inert Bowline Alley. In th ftonthweet.
nic place to apena tn ae.nina.
saloon attached.
The New Chicago
IS one of the nicest resorts In the
elty. and bt supplied with the
Den ana anest liquors.
HKISCH A BETZLER, Proprietors.
Bplendld Lotlglng Rooms by th day,
week or month.
809 Went Railroad Avert a.
W FAVORITE SALOON
OLD TOWN.
THE OOLD BTAK I Yon thoold not
pata. but call and take a aocial alas
la h elate Llquora we 11 nd her..
Batlafai'tlon to all la Ilk I.UCCA'B Ida.
Eacelleut Beer, It la the rule, f
To keep It alwav eharp aod
Grand Wine, are here, of tlaeor true, ft
All kind.. Imported and native, toVF
Of Clff.r. the ctiolreat brand, we know, fa
Reliable and pure, whera'ac w
Looa in, uien i pay a vitit toon. nJ
To the lamotia UOLD S I AH SALOOll
Depend upon It, near or far, A
Moo can compel with th HOLD X
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
P. BADARACCO...
Very Finest tVines.
Liquors and Cigars
Thlid Htreetaad Pljeras Aveaae.
Atlantic Boor lialll
BCHNSXDBR X, Props.
Cool K.f Beat on dranabli ths Boast NaUe
Wine and the etr beat of Qrat-daa.
Llqoor. Olv us a call.
AILBOAD AVBBOB. ALBOOCBBOOB
A Motod Flaw a.
Grand A Parrntll from them w reap, TJ
all kind, of Llqunra, una and cuaaAT
Keuaoie quality we net here. A
to aril Dura irtMMlt It thrlr ldrxT4
A Iway. cool and aharn, thru llrrr, D
quite uneuualled tar of neaa
Noble Wine, all patron, rreet. If
Imported and domeetlc. .Stock comolat C
piellciou. Llaar. too, here we atn,
Kl
a-r cnoicett na
rat rlavora mm nbtall
eaccllenl Kocuti lortU clean aud neat, rp
at Sou on South Kim strea A
&tnua at Aloufiueiuua thrre are plenty
wliufaeortrkANDk aj PAkkNT
Rn.GUrjrJ'S
0Mf
lor People That Are nil I A
Siok or "Juat DoutfJII I V
feel Well." I I L LO
Or.LV oast roit a ooaa.
a. Staipta., .an Mat at eaa, Oytaapaa) aad
CetUetaeat. SScta. a bo. at (trucwt.it or lie aitll
aiyitt rta, aaoxaat He. poaant. la, rnila. ra
C. II. 1)1 ion, a well-known merchant of
Pleasant Hnlge, Kulton eouuty, Peunsyl
y an la, baa a little girl who Is frequently
threatened with croup, but when the first
symptoms appear, his wife gives her
Chamberlain s t'uiiglt Remedy, which at
ways an diH piouiiit relief, llieZoauu
SO cent in (or sale by all druggists.
Notloa.
Ths aniiiiiil meeting of ths stockhold
ers of ths llauk of Commerce of Alba
querque, N. M., for the election of direc
tors, sua sucu oilier niiHiuess aa may
properly come before It, will be held at
its ollloe ou Monday, January 3, 1Hu8.
W. 8. hTHick Licit, Cashier,
Rdorata '.nr lli.wi'la Willi t'atearata.
f'nnly r- 'ltutr, cum rnnallpiulnn forever.
un, m. I- u u u ran, druvKiata refund aumv
rtopoaala H'tiilte,
Set ,tl blls for g radio I Hold avenue
from i'. Ir'a street to High street, will be
reetn-.i iy the str.et eomiuitiee of the
City i. ii I'll. Plans and spsoitloatlous
for sal I prniluig rau be seeu at the otllce
of the city euulueer. All bids will be
opened at the meeting of city council to
be held ou hlouday, Jauuary 17, at T JOti
p. m., and each blihler shall deposit with
ills bid a certified check of ths amount ot
150.
The city council reserve ths right to
reject any or ail bids. i. at. lions km.
Chairman Htreet Committee.
NtllM to tba Fablla.
On and after December 1, K. IL Dun
bar severs his connection with this paper
as city circulator, aud hereafter this ds-
partment will be transacted by the of
fice, uudec the supervision ot II. U. TH
ton.
Mr. Dunbar will collect all outstanding
subscriptions to I HK ( I i i.sn previous to
Nor. I, IH'jl; from that date subscrip
tion ean b paid at this ollloe or will be
collected by Ur. Tiltou.
bon't be persuaded
Into buying lini
ments without reputation or merit
Chamberlain' Palu Balm ousts no mors,
aud lie merits have been proven by a test
ot many years. Bucli letters as the fol
lowing from L. Q. bayley, llueneme. Cel.,
are euuslaiitly being received: "Th bent
remedy for pain 1 have ever used is
Chamberlain's Palu Halm, and I say so
after having used it lu my family for sev
eral years " it cures rheuiuatlHUi, lam
back, sprains and swelllu.-s. 'or aal by
all druggists.
First
National
Bank,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorised Capital ....ISOOrOOOOO
Pald-np Capital, Surplus
and Profits tl7l.0OO.OO
CJ.4K PITAIa,
The Bank ot Commerce
suu iw vnaBTiaw oJAai
Ballast 4a tM Bad OWan
at wttk
OlaVSMTTOaSi
1. C. BALDaioea. Lamb,
. Or SO, Prew Id.nt
B. P. Sobo.tbb. VI .Praaldan t,
. 8, STatcatia, Caahtar. A. M.
tl. J. Baaaaov, Ataletant Cashlsr.
Depository for Atchison, Topcka k Sant Fe BaIIwa1
W. L.. TR1MBL.E & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed
Second St., oetweea Railroad and Copper Ave.)
Horaaa and Mala JJoagaVt mmt Bitkaifii,
Aganta for Columbaa Batrgy CompaaT.'
Tha Boat Taraoata la taa City.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victorias,
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc (or Sale, tilt
Address W. L. TRIMBLE 4
tele ST.
SAMPLE ABX OLTJB ROOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
WICKSTROM & BARNETT. Pro irletors
110 Weat Railroad
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOT HE. Proos.
(BoofMBora to Fra nk AL Jones.)
Finest IblsUes, Imported ind Domestic fines to. Cctl
Tie Coolest tad Hlriest Grtde of Urer Senrea,
Finest BlUIard Hall in the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
Why J?a,y Freight?
On Grease and Dirt Vhtn You Can Have Your Vooj
Scoured at the
ALBUQUERQUE WOOL SCOURING MILL
and Sarc Money? Modern Methods. Money Advanced
and Satlsf action Guaranteed.
Wool Grader, Sorter
Terms or Call at the
ANDY
CURtC0H5TIPATI0H
10
25 SO
lUvfll IlTPT T rnitllSTFDnta.rtaa,
BUJVliU I UL I UUailfin I tt.- n... .
aataaekaaklattVar. SS. STMI,ll BKB, III
"iam
Wholesale Grocers,
LAS VEOA8.N.M.
CJUJRUETA, N. M.
MAXWELL TIMBEU
A.XiIi twoa -w 1
Gr. HENRY, JVE. JD
Student of Dr. Phillip Ricord pt FrA
THIRTY -8H T-CARS PRACTICR. UKN OKLT TBSATXD.
A curt ffOAVTintcwd tn vnrf osam aadMtaakoa wben cam ! practlcabl an4 pOHlbl
loooTboAi. AtleH and frtrlrtursj minrenut
r curexi
cun or rmsuje fitly curtM within
I lift KA UA
mlnsil
ndicMliy cured. Klcixd't mHtid prtu-tlc)d la
arO.OOO patlontu tKctyaruUr curtd within th
IllOO DraW-tlCOHl Itl
Mrn
mlsatloa. Inysjti(fit. tJ(tlta4i t)t7 8Totjutb
lUh. French, UejfniAvo foliath, HniaUa aud
C in tjndwUic BMiilcItawdt
PRESCRIPTI0B1S!
216 Railroad Avenue,
Mntnal Telnphona No. 148. Albnqnerqne, N. M.
3bt"1xx
mOTI SHADIt to them oling.
if TtikS and oorVKiCS and CANNKU
V 7
fjrjhey aeU the finest LAQKtt BBKB,
n WINKS A; UQOOaa, we always And
Thus oompetHton they defy.
Agents for CoMote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivery to all parts of the city
New Telephoie Ul. 218, 2U AND .17 NOliTH THJ ED BX
U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
Depository for the Atlantic A
Pacific alvd the Atchison.
Topckt A Saatm Fff
Railroad Cot.
OFFICERS 119 DIEECTOES:
JOSHUA R.BATfOLD8...etrldot
at. W. FTiOTJRNOT ....VItPreatdeiit
A. A. KRRTf Oaehl
rBA NK MeRRR.... Assistant Oasblrf
A. A. 8RA5T.
tlOOrOOOeOO.
In Albuquerque, H. Ur
a wtj tmvm lttb of nuwrt.
l)iiSMlt Br PaUI
Frafraable
W. c. Laos abd, Capital let
A. laae-ABB', lawnana Be, Wool.
Bt.AOK wbi.l, Uroaa, Hlackwell A Co Orecers
W, A. atilWBix, Wholaaal DnatfUS.
and Transfer Stables
CO Albaqriwi.e, New Mexico
EH.3VEO
Atom Albaqaarcaa.'
and Scourer.
MilL
Write for Prices and
CATHARTIC
EES
DRUGGISTS
taTena ttlatltoa. Cairaraf.
Mm laral Lax
nls cnaa.k.1 raaaa taa, aataral
ttl.. rkktta. Baalrtal. taa.. ark mwk. .It
aaara .
ALBUQUERQUE. N. II.
CO CATSKILL, 5. iff.
.T3 TXTVITSITHa.
who ur. m irora w nenra Kernwiirtu
a
K DATS. NO CUHKHs, bANUALWOOO OH
nor
I. ntirlit miafskliiiiev IntvufnniBL. dMrondaacv
ttatt '
Itaa W US UTS) Hu
HuvpUsU. Pfti-la. U.-Meoci Over
la-at ola
CSLQ mr U PIUaUllA. CUTM, Of
IraaeaS rU lheUnp. laavjf. Colo.
Hobcrnlsui rc,
b3rnlaui spcatrn. Vmmrn aUwafc ossj
Miictly toeadrntlaU
OoodS.
G
Their 6R0CKBIBS bay th fenolaa rln
ttOOUtl rare.
R
'fiie nrio, tbey ebaxir 1 always fal
A
To pleas their patrons la their Ids.
JTUe ehoioeet quality ot rrery fctaB
TOTI ft UlUCI cant be beat say 1

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