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..Home Comfort Steel Ranges,,
They Have Taken
M HUhet Aaards
W rl.l'a C hi nwan klpiwitton,
ChlC go, I-IM.
F 1U Winter Kalr. San Francisco,
l., for'l. IMH4.
ThreioM i! O i Silver Medal
Hie Vo Id - linliiiilal
and Cotinn I .ntenn H h. position,
Nrw tlflraoa, ts4.
Sfi'hAnmt'l r.r. nr. 1.01ns Agricultural
and Mechsnli al Association.
Wet'tcm hair Association,
London. Can., 1hw.
Nebraska rilste Board of Agriculture.
r aa i
Al' -T"- f V 1 4 'al
Read the List of a Few Testimonials in the Gty of Albuquerque!
W. L. Trimble A Co., B. K. Manger, Harvey House Malinger i John Hteln, Hupt.
B. K. P. tint ng House; Mm. W. II Burke, Mrs. J. A. Hummers, Mr. Leandro Vt ntu,
J tin A. 1 hlrlim, J. A. Htubh, Bnpt 8. P. Boarding Cars; Sheriff T. . Illli II,
Co. Jail- Irene Uueer, Cli is. Trapp, John Schrader, Kmil hleinwort. Adolpua Otero,
. W. heluver, J. II. Oegrove. Pedro Tnpla, I alilo l.opn. Hirhard Hchreeher, C. 0.
Leouhatdt, Dr.C'roeean. Mm. Lortan Miller, Mr, t pgaiiorlh, A. TrnJIllo, A. Anderson.
Thousand! of Testimonial to be seen on application at office of
Wrought Iron Range Co 118 N. Second Street.
Wrought Iron Range Co.
PROSPEROUS SAN ARTOntO.
L-.;::i Iti -v.-r;-?
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE the World.
fnr 14 ywira Hit h, by m-nt
aluf.. hu dtaUivMl all rmipm-r.
W. I- IhttiKltta .Aw. and
ah- Br tit pro.lml.ti .r .Him. worfci.'n,
fri.m hi mntrrtnl at h. pT..-t.
Al" ami .ww h rr men.
ft.ww nii.l . 1ft for h-m and youth.
W. la. iHiiiitlM tin- are .nil"!-.
tijr nvpf I.imj.hii wiNtrrra an th
In tyi. ni and 1urahtltlr of any
iftia re-r iirrHl at th prto.
ThfT ar mle In all th lattwt
afriiM and vtjrli, and of flwrj wl'
rtv f If ather.
Tf dalfr rannd anfiplT Trm, writ fnr rativ
ue Ut W , L. Uouailaa. nrurktuo, Maaa. Huld b
FOR MLK BY
118 West Railroad Avenue.
AI.HIigCr.K4JI', N. M.
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hae Pullman palace drawing room rara, tour,
tat deeping can and chair rara between Clil
caaoa iil Co. Angele and San ran-ljro.
No. 31 and 'i'J. Meilco and Loral hipreat,
bae Fullman palare can and cliair cart fruin
Kl Paaoto Klinaaa Cllv
No., a and 4, tlie California Limited, have
Pullman bullet and aleeplng mm and bWKture
car only (no coat Ilea or chair rara). A aolld
veatibuled train from C'hiiagotu U Anuelra.
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1 1. JLHLV Wl A.L, W iilU... Uck. , Cat
a,aulial Th. World.
thrtjugli Auatriilia, India, houtb
Africa, etc. The Aatlwr'e ala.-
ttrpitvt. A aucees. ria the
After hearluc aouie (rieinlN eoutlnually
praising Cliauilierlalira Collo, Cholera
hiuI luurrliwa Kcmwlv. Curtia Klwk, of
Aiialielin. California, purclirwed a botlle
of it for hiM own uxe, and la now a en
tliUHlaMtirover iU wonileriul work ait any
une can be. The 2o and &U ceut el zee lot
ale by all (IruKlfinie.
Now that you have eeeu what you can
bay of Trotter, ami have made bin ac
quaintance, pleane call often and you will
always, be pleaned with the treatment
The beet Delected and lament atock ot
ataule and faucy sroceriee cau be found
at Trotter'a on Becoud atreet.
If you cau Cud your eize In our odd lot
ot capea and Jat-kete, you can get a big
bargain at llfeld lirue.
Roman stripe akirt-linlng U the latent
fad. The Big Store hoe a beautiful Hue
Look at the bargains in (Irene goods at
Carving aeU ami cutlery. Uouahoe
II aril ware Co.
Towel ale thla week at Ufeltl Uroa.
of Her Leadlnr Citizens Speaks
tnutUttlcallj of It.
Nature baa made the Rio Grande val
ley one of the moet favored In aeveral
wayaof all her many location Utted for
the habitation ot her crowning work of
creation man. Among these are a fich
oil highly productive when properly
watered etern, rugged rnoiinUliip tower
ing In their majeetlc grnndure Into the
beautiful, clear aky; and a climate equal
to anything and euperinr to moet that la
given to thote that are called the "fam
ous places," upon this earth ot our
Among tho dotena of localltiea in the
valley that are especially adapted and In
viting ae town alter), none are more no
than Is Sau Antonio, tome eighty-eight
milee south of us on the Santa V rail
way. Sheltered on every aide for nillee
and milea by the various mountain
ranges, the broad valley at thla point,
with its deep alluvial soil, well dotted
with green groves and cultivated fluids, it
Is a section that at once attracts the at
tention of the traveler as he pauses, or
the visitor who "top to look more closely
Into It Inducements.
A. V- Hilton, the senior member ot the
mercantile Qrui of A. H. Hilton A Co,
accompanied by auolher leading cltizeu,
Hon. Kutlmlo Montoya, of that town,
spent yesterday In the city. Iu a brief
Interview with Mr. Hilton, a Citizkn
representative gleaned some Information
about the place that would eeem of In
terest to our readers. The talk was about
"Never hat) there been a more prosper
ons year to the people generally down
there In my whole seventeen years ei
perlenee than that of 18U7. It Is no exag
geratlon to eay that everybody baa felt
the quickening effect ot the higher prlera
tor wool, sheep, cattle, etc Nobody que
tlons the Influence the republican policy
as eipressed In the Dlngley law has ex
erted on prices. As far as ready money
is concerned there are families down
there who. If such were nestled, could
commaud enough to open a bank of their
Yes, providence would seem to have
been especially iu the work ot assisting
In making times better. Take our wheat
production, tor example. It has been
unprecedented, and ot a high grade. 1
know one man who gathered sixty bosh'
els an acre from a patch of six acres.
Others ran all the way from forty to fifty
bushels. It was a great year.
It Is true as you suggest. Nature bus
given us the soil, the water and our su
perb climate. But man has an lnipor
tant part to play to get the most out of
these. When the Carthage mines closed
we missed the monthly pay roll very
much; but our people turned aud looked,
and behold, greater riches were nnder
our feet. Our acreage In wheat, alfalfa
and other prod Is steadily lucreaslng.
Two years ago rty men were cultivat
ing on the old San Antonio Mail re 240
acres. Laet year, thirty-six men culti
vated 432 acres. Now forty-eight men
are engaged In the work, and enough
new laud Is being broken to make the
total on that one ditch 670 acres. This
year the ditch will be enlarged to meet
the greater demand for water.
Yes, more laud la also being brought
under cultivation every year; I thluk as
much as on that of the old San Antonio
Madre. Now that we have found the
way, our people are determined to make
that part ot the valley a great farming
"Can It be doner I think so. Let me
cite another scheme now under dis
cussion. Its practicability I think you
will readily concede: That Is the grow
ing of cauagrle. You know of the plant
and are familiar with Its high tauic acid
properties. Like the sugar beet there Is
an ever preeeut market for Utile acid. It
Is In demand. A growing crop ot the
eanagrle plant requires to be irrigated
during the months ot November to April,
Inclusive, when none Is needed for other
crops. I here is always water iu me
river during these months. Thus you
see both the feasibility and practicability
of the propositi n. We have plenty ot
laud aud there is no question about the
water. This matter is now assuming
No, we have not given up the sugar
beet project. I admit that it is some
what iu the distance, but 1 feel it needs
no prophetic vision to see It there. Kv-
erybody who Imi looked Into the subject
kuows we live within tke charmed tone
that produces the beet In a high degree
ot perfection. W e have the laud iu plen
ty, the roll well adapted to its cultiva
tion, and, of course, the ever delightful '
climate. In due time our people will
have a well dewsed storage system of
flams constructed to enable them to catch
the Hood waters and thus give a guaran
tee of the sure production or the beet, to
assure the factory. It Is bound to come."
LATEST WINIHG HEWS.
Information Rtrarding Mining aad mil
iar Operation la tbc Cocbltl.
TBI O0LDI1 COCBITt,
From Bland Herald.
Robert Bouthltt, the able superlnten
tendent of the Washington mine, paid off
the force ot this big and valuable pro
perty this morning.
T! asMessmetit work on tin Indepen
dence, a Colla canyon property with a
U'ong Ore toot I, a I of line quartt, was
George C. Smith continues working the
three valuable Colla canyon properties,
which are the Holly Vardrn, Point
Hrerr. and Harrison, In which be Is In
terest) d, with much Improvement to
Work will anon Is) resumed on the Del
phi no In Colla canyon. This property
belongs to Patrick Hartuey, K U. Shaw
and Charles W arlan, Is near the Albe
marle mine and poaeesema four foot vein
of quart I that assays $7.j0 gold to the
tju at the surface.
Recent locations ot mining claims are
the Partners by W. D. McCoy and P. A.
Garstln. the I'. 8. by Martin Hart, the
Monroe by Kdward Kelley, all of which
are situated In Colla canyon on the min
eral belt on which are the Albemarle and
Victor groups, the Midnight by K. J.
Walker, Pino canyon.
After a short suspension, Thomas II.
Benson has reiumhd work on the Putzle
mine In Colla canyon. New work Is being
performed across the canyon and In the
main tunnel and Is showing the property
up well. A great future Is in store for
the Puzzle, which Is separated but a short
distance from the big and famous Alt
marie group ot mines.
John Murphy, who Is Interested In a
n unifier of valuable Peralta canyon prop
erties, was In Bland during the week and
reported work In Peralta canyon to be
lively and the mines Improving. He re
turned in company with i. W. O'B.len,
ot Tellurlde, who Is a mining nan of
much experience and In the Cochltl d.s
trlct Investigating the properties. It Is
probable that good results will come of
the Increased interest being taken In the
big leads of Peralta canyon.
At a meeting ot the Bland Milling com
pany on Tuesday, January 4, the follow
ing new olflcere were elected: Hugh
McKarlane, president; M. A McKarlane,
vice president; 0. K. Tyler, secretary and
treasurer; W. B. Mcl'hsrson, general
manager. The directors ot the new com
pany are the oincers named and G B
Peck, of Los Angelee. The mill Is Hear
ing completion preparatory to resuming
operations. A force ot men has been
steadily employed In making Improve
ments in the pulp tanks aua otner parts
parts ot the plant.
Cotrtnf P"ks W'
bshy ta trrest ftin for a YonntT
mother. But before ah cn
cut prnnV with th hab
ahe mint hare a healthy
bshy. A pnnv, rdcklv, peev
ish bsby ha no n fat
pranks. It lies in every
vonng motner power iu
Insure the health of the .
I she will see that
the organs which
possible are healthy
ana vignrons, ana
ill keep them so
during the period
ity, h may be sure
that th baby will be healthy and happy.
A marvelous medicine for young mothers
Is Iir. Pierre's Favorite Prescription. Taken
during the period preceding motherhood it
makes strong, healthy and vigorona the or.
gans upon whi-h rest the burden of m.
ternitr. It allav Inflammation, soothes
rain, and restorea ateadineas to the nerve
t does awav with the discomfort of the
etnectsnt period. It Insures th health nf
bn'-v and mskea It coming easy and almost
painless. It is the discovery of an eminent
and snoeessfnl specialist. Dr. R. V. Pierce.
rhi f consulting physician to the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
I took tr pierr' Fsvortt rresrrlptlon
before my confinement, and I was only in ishnf
short time," writes Mr. Minnie A. Pelersnn.
So y Ksstnn. fresno Co . Csl " The tihv.iclsn
si-i I t along nnnsuaHv well. I think th
meiltrine saved a great ilesl of suffering aad I
fvt all my friends who need It to try It.'
One of th beat known of American tned.
leal men id : " If you want to lefcvrm a
man begin with hi grandfather." That
would be wise If It could be done. Sine it
cannot b don, try something els. Reform
the future grandfather and grandmother.
Do this thioiikh education. The greatest
thing for a man or woman to know la him.
elf or herself. To know one half the cap,
bilities and disabllitiea of the human body
is a lilrernl education. A good atart for thi
duration Is Dr. Pierre's Common Sens
M-dirsI Adviser. Any on can hav thi
finely illustrated louo-pag book for th
small price of twenty-one one-cent tamp.
This is simply to pay for mailing. If vou
would like the book in fine cloth binding
instesd of naoer, aend thirtv one stamps to
World's Dispensarv Medical Association,
66.-, Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Alt kinda of Fresh and Salt
Meats. .. .. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
31 A SO tC TEMPLE,
Till HI ST HE El.
SANTA FE ROUTE.
Atchison, Tope., tt Smti Fe R. R. Co
Santa Ft Pacific R. R. Co.
Condensed Ilmi Table 46, Effective lij 30, '17
10. OQ p
4 9ft a
e 40 p
6. sS a
19 10 p
t.46 p ;".."..
8 H7 p
. a j p
7. Ml p
9 Mi Pi
fl Oft p
10 Hfi p
11 H.l a
l oo a
8 1.0 a
4 16 a
8 4o p I
eplng Cars dally through
Pullman Hslsre HI.
between Chu siio and
I lie irrana canyon o, m vuioraao can ce
reached ooly by Una line.
W . M. I KI'I.L,
frare Iks aMrB at Rwaa BarsarsuiUa-posl
Ire, aarfast, m iirinil Cora.
Cures ot serofula la avrt forma, Rk
goitre, iwlt4 aek, ranolni tors, hit
ail , ftora fa ths yaa.
Curwa at BaH , with Its Intans Itching
aaj haralsg, ald kaad, UatUr, (to.
Curat at Mia, riraplaa, aad all othar erup
tions that tat taspwa blood.
Curaa Dyspepsia aaa athar trouble when
a goad Wmaaah famls was dmom.
Curaa Rhiarawllara, what pttlsnta wsr uo
ahk h wark ar warn far wssk.
Curaa Oaavrrh Ikraaaarung ths bnpurltlea
which sau aaS suatala th disease.
Curaa at Wan hy proptrly toning and
fasgliig tfaa larva upoa pur blood.
Ouraa at That Trad Fxllng by reitorln
Uraagta. Band aar hook at aura by
To 0. L Rood a Osw PYoprlstors, Lowsll, Mas.
Homestead Kntry No. 8090
Nolle for Fuhlleatlon.
Land Ullice at Santa Ke. N. M I
January b, 1HUH.
Notice I hereby given that the following
named acttler haa tiled notice of hta Intention
clerk of Valencia county at Los Lunas, N. .
on larrh M. lswH, vil: lleur;
tat said liriHii will be made before the probate
w l.unas, N. at.,
irv c. Mo.elry. Inr
SKV. section 7. To.
He name the following wilneftse to prove
s continuous residence upon and ruitivation
if said land. vil. I Jose I rullllo, r. C. II aim lit.
'rdru Lurero and Alltunio Saia, all ol hast
lew, .N. Al.
MANi'gL K. Otkko, Heglater.
, , r-,.. ar. U lsl afttr fllnner
IIOOU fill aula, aid Slgsiuoo. as
WAMTKU, run MACK AMU KENT.
Wanted Household goods and gents'
clothing. W hltton, 114 (Joid avenue.
Wanted At once, a competent girl for
general housework. Inquire at 402 north
Wanted t amp cook. Apply at room
13 Grant building, Hunday morning be
tween v and 1 1 o ciix-a.
Wanted Competent woman wants
place to do housework. Rest of refer
ences. Address M., this otllce.
Wanted Good heavy work team, wugon
aud driver for about lour weeks work.
Apply toO. N. Marron, Grant building.
Wanted-A girl for geueral housework
to tro to W llllanis. Arizona! must under
stand cooking; waves no object. Inquire
of Mrs. N. Harm, 617 west first street.
Kor Rent A suite of rooms or slngl
rooms. Call at No. 310 South Broadway
Kor Rent Ranch home three miles
from towu; 8(K)at res pasture; cosy house
with cellar; furnished with beds, store,
piano, etc; two horses and equipments
Kent, t or less to a reeiMinsible party
Particulars, room I, first National Hank
Kor Sale Konr gentle horses for rl
lug or driving. Donahue Hardware com
Krame cottage, lot 60x147 feet; house-
hod goods, new bare burner, l au ii
seen at any time. Inquire ot J. L. Au
drews, ril7 south Kdith street.
(.on. Hark tu tilaud.
Arthur Henry, who cloned his bnsiuess
In Bland the latter part of September aud
moved to Albuquerque, will return on to
day a stairs to resume his business at tm
place. Mr. Henry is oue of the pioneers
of the camp and has been Ideutitled with
it as one of its most enterprising bust
ness men. His frleuds will be glad
welcome his return.
The above Is from the Bland Herald
Mr. Henry, who Is well-known here and
who has been residing in this city the
past few montlis, left last night for
Bland, where he will resume his busi
ness. He Is a good citizen, aud will do
all in his power to help bring "Golden
Cochltl" to the front.
I 60 a
19 88 p
u 10 a
"v 10 a
4 16 a
10 10 p
7 .00 p
make linal pnsif in aupport of In claim, and
e 1st, N vVs,N rfH WH N Li. N Wt
KW. section 7, Tli. 4 N. K tl K.
KM ILK LEIN WOUT, Trop.
City : Drug : Store
Third St. and Railroad Ave
Drags, - ledlclDis, Paints, Oils, Etc. I
WUOI.KSALR AND KKTA1L
W. Y. WALTON, Proprlator
to Plllsbnry tk Walton.
Harness and tiaddles,
Cut Soles, Taps, Shoe Nails,
Findings, Shoe Dressings, Etc.
Saddlery, Hardware, Harness,
Chains, Collars, Sweat Pads,
Whips toe to $1.15, Lubricat
ing Oils, Axle Oils, Grease,
Horse Remedies, Sheep Dips.
Thos. F. Kolcher,
Wholesale and Rctal Dtler.
PRICES HIGHT. CALL 1ND BE CONVINCED
406 RaJlraad Avis Albuquerque.
I IU. ritANOIS (BIIMOH,
OKFICK AND RKSIDKNCK 410 Weat
Uold seen ii. Hoursi a to 10 a. m. 8 to
8 and 7 to S p. m.
Special attention given In general surgery.
Automatic Telephone 999.
IIKJS BISHOP a rilSHOP,
HOMtKOPATIlIC PHYSICIANS AND
Surgeon )nic and residence over pot
oftire. Telephone vs. Mr. Marlon Hiahop,
M. D., oftlce bonr, 9 to a p, m. Frank D,
rlishnp, M . D oftlce bonra, to 10 a. m., and
Itol and 7 to 8 p. m.
JIIHt TABCHKH, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UHHKt)N-Officand
resolenre 107 nonh Klflll street. Honrs. I
to8nde:8uto 7:90 p.m. Special attention
given to chronic and ,ll.s.ee of women. Old
t-lephone es. C'sHs resile in dsvtlm only.
11. I. JIINiS,
hCIHTKCT-Plans, peclBi stton and
llnistes furnished for all clssae of bnlld
Ing i,d architectural work. Otbcai toe W eat
BASTa.HOAs m aASTKailAi,
. iFFICK an l resldenre. No 419 Weal fsnld
yi vnn. Teletihone No. 9S. (ifrlca boor
1 to 1 1. m.l i:w to sju 11m 1 10 1 p. m.
II. S. kaatrrday, M. I). 1. $ haeterday, M. D.
ye. . Httpa, at 1Z
OFFICK HOUKS-Untll 8 a. m. and horn
1 :0 to a :SO and from 7 to 8 p. m, Uftic
and residence, 890 West Uold avenue, Albu
querque N. at.
at. J. AUisa, it. u. a.,
DKNTIST-OfBce, room 9 and 4, Whiting
block, rivnrr trold avenue and Second
treet. tldlce hour, 8 a. m, to 19:16 p. id.,
and I1I6 to 8:90 p. m.
JACOB KOltBElt & CO
hf ifiaraeturec of and Dealar la
The Bast aataro-Made Y.hloloa.
Pine Hoi-se-Shoeln a Srecialt.
Hatisfactlon anarautaad lo All Work
Rapalrlnf, Painting and Trimming
Dona on abort Motto. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Sbop, Corner Copper It. tnd Pint SL,
DON'T THROW AWAY I0NE.I
Hut see Aleisnder's price and be happy.
A penny saved. I a penny gamed. You
save dollar by trading with ua.
Look Hera "
ISS suits of fins clothing, bought at
Sheriff ' Sale, which wt ollcr at iOe 00
Overcoat, men a.f boys' coat, boo' a,
rocs, hat, cap. , ru and Underwear
thai we will prii illy give away,
compared with the li ta other 6vlcr
Bs. m bedroom arts, trjring nd rrultrease
lor sale cheap. U you art looking lor
DargAitu, cau at
ALEXANDER'S AUCTION HOUSE,
West Railroad Av.dh.
rbotiaand havt ken served and saved
rOR UKILLINO OIL
UA OK WATKH
P. o. AllDKES,
Coldce, Santa Ft Co.,
saw stai ico.
Tin shop. Whitney Co.
New chestnuts at A. Lombardo'a.
Stock taking sale at the Big Store.
Crockery aud glassware. Whitney Co
Special prices on corsets, Roseuwald
Steel ranges at living prices. Whit-
Road the special auuouucemetit ot 11
Look out for Ilft'ld'a special stock-tak
lug sale this week.
Old rye, Bourbon and brandy, 3 pef
gallon, at A. Lombardo'a.
Attend the biggest special sale ever
held In this city. Uoseuwald Bros.
The highest grade ot Java and MiH'lia
Coffee at lowest price, at A. Lombardo'a.
Kvery dress pattern In the bouse on
le, with tree dress linings, at The
Kor Dartv wear: Kveulng gloves, fans.
silk hosiery, etc., the very newest, at The
Buy your camp stoves and have your
tin-work done at the Star tlushop, 2oV
Look Into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. He lias the uloest fresh
meats In the cltv.
Hot chile con carne served every night
at the Paradise. Do uot miss it. ttache
chl & (jloml, proprietors.
Remnants and broken lines of dry
goods and furnishing goods at less thau
half price at llteld tiros.
(ieutleiiieu's neckties, worth V, now
twofor4.; His worth Boe, now two for
"oc; ties worth Toe. each irtic. Itoeenwald
Santa ( lam would bring your little
ones more presents if you hud been us
ing (errillos coal during me last year.
Halm iV Co.
You are Invited to call at The Kalr
where you cau get an Idea of so 111 e
ot the nice things in store for you. 113
south Klrst street.
The best place for good, Juicy steaks
and roasts aud all kinds of meats, kept
In a Urst class market, at Kleluworta,
north Third street.
Ladies' kid gloves, every pair guaran
teed; all prevailing shades at tl.'ioa pair.
Best value ever onVred In the kid glove
line. Rtneiiwald Bros.
Santa Clans has eslalilUloHl a depot of
supplies at I hs Kalr store, where you can
see some ot the beautiful holiday gissls
he has for his frleuds. 113 south Kirst
Just received a large assignment ot
One California Grape brandy, spring 'I'i,
winch we will sell to ealoou keepers at
per gallon. Original package. U.
Bachechl & (i. Gloml.
Tony Mlchelhach, the popular old town
butt-hor. has his sa.tsaire factory ill oper
ation, and can supply the people with
fresh meats of all kinds and the cheapest
iu the city, delivered tree. Kresh ground
bones for the chickens ou hand at all
BKRHARO a HOUII,
A TTOHNKV-AT.I.A W Alhnnnemne.
i at. Prompt attention given to all bualnea
pertaining to the profession. Will pratttre In
ail courts of the tettltury aud before the United
otatea tana otuca.
WILLIAM I. Ltk,
ATTORNKY-AT-4.AW. Offlc. room T,
N. T. A.mllo building. WiU practice lo
all the conn of lb territory.
JOHNSTON a riNIUAL,
ATTOHNKYS AT LAW, Albuquerque, N.
M. (Mine, room 6 and a, hint National
H. W. U. HRVAH
A VTnUULV A T f S f A II . . -
V at. Ullict, First National Bank building.
FHAIKK W. I'LANCI,
, Albuquerque), N.
A TTOMNRY AT-LAW, room 9 and 9, N,
iV T. Armllo building,
K. W. BOIWOM,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offlc ovr Rob.
ertaon'a grocery afore, Albuquerque, N.ht
Schneidor & Lix,
Albnqoerqne Bowling Parlors!
Curaoi Kirnt 8U and Copper At.
Theflnewt Bowllnf Alter-In theAoothwett
mem plaice to irrna ttte tTruioif.
The New Chicago
IS one ot the nicest resorts In the
city, and Is supplied with the
best and finest liquors.
HEISCH & BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Booms by the day,
week or month.
809 Waat Railroad Avanua.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorised Capital ....'r(0r0O0 00
Paid up Capital, Surplus
D. 8. DEPOSITOnY.
Dt tvjtory I'm the Atlantic i
Wei fit. ano Uit rVtchisvo,
Tr.m-k-A Sstnta ft
OFFICERS 1ID DIRECTORS:
J08RTJA S.RATNOiaa.. ..Ileal lent
If. W. riHHNOt ,.,,Vle trrwrttden.
A. A. KKK.N Castda
fBANH hIeKhrt ...ArtUnirar-.. t
A. A. 8 RANT.
oavx-iTPavXa. ta x oc eOucxoo.
The Bank ot Commerce in Albuquerque, N. 61,
baAta ia roaaiaa axosiaaoa abd lasoaa LsrrTTvs oa oaaoi.
wi ol. aas aa4 Oaa a lysie. arv.ry stltty
rlsn Pv.aswftts Ha.a,
8. Otbbo, Prvsideot 1, C. BALDBioaa, Lambar. W. C. Lbobabd, Capltailat
B. 1. BoBOsTsa. Vlca-Prasld.nl. A. Kiasa abb, Klsemann Bros.. Wool.
. .Stbioklbb. Caahlar. A. ht. BtAOBWBLL, Uroa. BlarkweU A Co Ur car
U. I. KMBaaoB, AlUnt Casblee. W. A. Matwiix, Wboleaala Druggist.
Depository for Atchison, Topcka k Santa Fe Eilwa.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second SL, Detween Railroad and Copper Aret.
Heraaa and MoJaa Boaght aed Kxakaaffa.
Agaata for Calambaa Baasf CampanT.
Tha Baat Taraaata la tba City.
Carriage, Road Carta, Spring Wagoci, Vtctortat,
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc, for Sale. : t : ;
Addreas W. L. TRIMBLE k CO, Albqarrq New Mexico
tub ST. EJI-ilVEO
SAMPLE AJfD GIsIB ROOM'
Finest Wtilskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
WICKSTROM &. BARNETT. Pro irletors
HO Waat Railroad ATa Albaqaarca.
TUK FAVOKlfIS SALOON
TUB GOLD STAR I Yuu should not 42
paaa, but rail and take a social alasO
Hlgb class Liquor we nnd bete. A
Satielartlon to all la UK LUCCA'S Id A.
EaceUenl beer. It ia the nile. I
Tu keep It alwav sharp and A-l
Grand Wlnea arc here, of tlavor true, 1
All kiuda. Imported and native, low
Of Cigars, the choicest brands we know, f a
Reliable and pure, whera'.r w V
Look In. thenj pay a viait soon, TsJ
lo the famoua lUU) STAR 8 A LOO Is
Depend upun It, near or far, A
Nuut can conipeu with th HOLD X
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
A. E. WALKEH,
Secret.! Knlail Building Association.
Omen at J. O. Ilaldrldg' Lumbar Yard.
The Rosy Froshnosa
And a velvety soltuess of th skin t Inva
riably obtained by tliuaa who us. Poaaoai'a
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Tblid Street and fljerae Arcane.
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL tu BOTUE. Ptods.
(BrjjfMaajrs to Frank 1L Jones. I
Bluest WtlskJes, Imported tad Domestic fines tnd Cognacs 1
TU Coolest aad Blrkest Grade af Later Set-red,
Finest Billiard Jiall in the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
Atlantic Boor Hall!
BCHNK1DKR a X.Phoi-s.
Cool Keg Br on draughts ths flnaat MaUve
Wins and the very beat of flrst-clx.-
Liquor. Ulve n a call.
Bailboao Avanpa, Ai.BOQDaaooB.
A Nolad I'laoa.
ft HIGHLAND GREENHOUSE)
Cor. Hold A v.. an I A mo St.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
M.w Telephone No. SUs
Grande A Parentl I from them we reap, T)
all klinis of Liquors, tine and chea t
Reliable yu.-''v e set here. A
An . M pure hhmIb Is their IdesTa
Alway cool and sharp, their Iteer, D
gulte unequalled far or neala
Noble Wine, all palrona O'eet, XT'
Imported anil domestic, a Stock complet Erf
Deliciuu Cigar, toti, here we gain, fJ
choicest tlavoia w. obtall
Eicellent Koo.na lH,th clean and neat, rTt
at sow on Mouth Klrst Mm 1
&thu at Albuquerque there are plenty
who favor tf H AN tlf1 f-AKKNT
BIBBT 8TB B BT,
BALLINO BR08., PaoraiaToaJ.
WeilJio. CakeT a Specialty !
Wa Dasire Patronage, and we
Guarantee Firt-Clasa Baking-.
T.leeraphnrder solicited snrl Promptly Killed
THAT'S THE PLACE
Where you get
your goods at .'
208 W. Gold Avenue.
GKESGbNT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Office.
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 164,
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordicrsTrimble's stables
Why pay '2.&o tor a load ot wood and
75 rents for cutting when the same
money buys a tou ot Cerrllloa hltuuious
nut coal, which goes twice as farr
lltthu & Co.
A first-class, high priced aaddle to be
given away Ly K. K. BUjIThI, at 114 Cop
per avenue. Purchase worth ot goods
aud secure a ticket.
Miss Stella I'arkiuson, of Hrunnaeler,
Iud., visited for a few hours between
trains last nlnlit with Mr. and Mrs. K.
L. Cos, who were former resldeuts of
Keunsaeler. Hue left lust night for
A. H. Hilton and Kutlulo Moutoya,
two of Sau Autonlo's leading Cltlieus, re
turned home thla moruiug after spend
ing yesterday In this city.
Muety-nlue cents buy a tUuuelntte
wrapper, colors oil boiled; regular price,
(1.25. See them at The Koououilst.
.v -Txh A mm L I
' Jl If
m sw-j -
S..I.VS TKRAM BALM 1. a posltlveeur.
Apiily Into U. maurll. li ia qun sir aloriv4. Ml
asnt t llniiirlsu ur hr nisil ; ssuipies Iur. by nisll.
Hit JJKulUIUUl, M VSarrsa bL,fsw YurkCu.
TO IIKK A COI.l I.N llK 1IAV
Take Laxative liroino Uululne Tablets.
All druggets refund the uioney if it rails
to cure. &c. i lie genu i ue nas l. d. u.
on each tablet.
Wlua fur Bala.
Native wine, nitre aud healthful, at
only r cents a gallon and lo cents per
bottle at C. A. (iraude s t) norm ttroau
I'asl.urlieil MIIB aud I'resin-Th Frla-
U nolllnir nti tiantelirlletl milk and cream
at ths twine tirice that other milk and
cream is selling for. It Is the only milk
which sick twotile can use with safety
Try it. Call uew telephone M or wagon
r iterthody Say So.
('asraretat'aiidv Catliurtic. the moat won.
deif il imiliial diaNitcrv of tbe !, p.caa.
ai l and ri'lii shiiig to the lui, I nenlly
ami puailUi'ly on ki.lucis. lite,' mid boivn a,
cli-ansiiik' lh' eiiliio svso in, dispel colila,
euro hrmluolin, lover, biililiuiil i oiisllpallon
ml hlHoinness. l'lrai boy ami try a bog
ott'.t: C to iluv; III, a.'i, "sireiiis. hold aud
guaritulovd lo euro by all tll ugisLs.
UifiUUN . O lw
t or People That Are
Bick or "Juat Don't
omlv ana ma a nasi
Rmwvs PlsioMa. surs NcM. Ovsasasa Baal
Ctlnss. 28rts a Imii al ilrueti.laor t,y Basil
aaiiMM lis., ddrs Or, Bawnso Cs. fhlla. ala.
Notloa to tba fublle.
On and after December 1, K. II. Dun
bar severs his connection with this paper
as city circulator, aud hereafter this de
partuiHiit will lis truiisacted by the or
lice, uudi r Uit ni rvlMlon of IL It. Til'
Mr. IiiiM'. ir will collect all outstanding
subscript!' -us t' I hkI iti.kn previous to
Nov. l. i.',;.lrom tiutt uate suowrip-
tions can ihl at this oillue or will be
collected I ) Mr. Ilium.
for Over fifty laara.
An Old ami Wkix-Thiko Bkmkhv.
Mrs. WIuhIow's Htsithlng Hyrup has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers fur their children while teeth
I n if, with i' r'V-i-i Hun-use. It sis) t lies the
child, sofiens the xiiitis, allays all pain,
cures W''id i'oIic, is 1 1 1 Is the best remedy
tor illumine. t is ulcaxant to the taste,
Hold t 'tiiglHt-i lu every part of the
wor'd iv.eiilyl v teiiN a bottle. Its
value ,J l,c tlciilit! le lie ure. and ask
fur .V. ' ms!on's ooililng Syrup, aud
take bo i Unr kind.
Why Pay freight?
On Grease and Dirt When You Can Have Your Woo!
Scoured at the
ALBUQUERQUE WOOL SCOURING MILL
and Save Money? Modem Methods. Money Advanced
and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Wool Grader. Sorter and Scourer. Write for
Terms or Call at the MilL
I ANDY CATHARTIC
I RCflf TlTPf T PniDIHTrPn r . eassr emrsllrstloa. raaearetl an Iks IS.aJ Us
ACJULUILLI bUAltAnltljUti,,. ...r.n.wsriM.balraasssaaiaaliiralrssslta. Baas-
asaaad asaklstrrs. AS. MTs'MI.I BkSKH , .. I'liirsso. Buslrssl. sa.. v Ssa lark. til.
Wholes alo Grocers,
ZZk.vl ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
MAXWELL T1MUEU CO, CATS KILL, N. A.
All iersons Indebted to the assigned
estate ot II. II. Warkeiitln are hereby uo
ttlled to call and pay their accounts at
once. Al.KX. Hhkbaciiku, Aaslguee.
Ullloe at 1 II. Putney's.
Uou't be persuaileil Into buying lini
ments without reputation or merit
Chamberlain's Paiu halm costs no more,
aud Its merits have been proven by a test
of many years. Such letters as the fol
lowing from L. 0. Hayley, llueueme. Cel.,
are constantly being received: "The best
remedy for paiu 1 have ever used la
Chamlierlalu's Pain Halm, and I say so
after having used it In my family for sev
eral years " It cures rheumatism, lame
back, sprains aud swellings, ror sale by
Gr. HENRY, M. D
Student or Dr. Phillip Rleord of Franc.
SvpWUo o Qpooialtv
THIBTT'BIX YKAR3 PBACT1CK. UKS ONLT TERATKD.
A ear fair, a teed In every cnam nndvnktia when care pravtlrabte end ptMalble
HtinorrhtNea. and trtcttire fjrtdH cured with lr. Ulcord'e Krench Kemedire. Keceo
cw-e trermenenUr cured within TliKriK DAYS. NO CUBKB4, BANUALWOOU OIL nor
COPAIBA Uard Sprrtntt(rrhtw, iafintnaU ItNwee, niifjltl cmlaaiuQi. inaumoia, dpuoieDcy.
radically ctir-i. Klciird'a methiHi prarttcad la the Wurld't IliMpitai. Pari. Kefvreucet ier
SO.OoO pat.cituaarceaMluUjf cured within the la nine year. Cau relet lo patlrnt cured, by
tBrmlaeion. liiveatiaj ate. Otticei 07 lie en teen th etreet, neat Champa, Ieavef. Colo,
nfllah, French, tiennan Pullth, Utiealan and Bohemian ermken. OuiwultAiiaa. and Ui
aBTkiMuatt rrasai w wt oonaence aioiiciMHii eiricuf cooaaeDuai
210 Railroad Avenue.
Mutual Telfiphona No. 148. Alhaqnerqne, N. M.
Katlug apples, the kiud you like,
sale by Trotter.
To Cura Cuustlpatioi, forever.
TtiUo (iimaruta I 'nu.lv ultmrtic. lnoorSSo.
If li tl. tl. tail lo cure, druwuiht ri fund Uiuuey
C. M. Dixon, a well known merchant ot
Pleasant Kldge, Vultou county, PeuuMyl
vanla, has a little girl who Is frequently
threateued with croup, but when the first
symptoms amiear, his wife gives her
Cliaiuberlulu s Couith Kemeily, which al
ways affords promiit relief. The 20 and
bu ceut aises for sale by all druggists.
Koououilcal buyers will find genuine
bargains at the Kcouomlst this week.
rjJOTI A GBADI! to them ae cling.
if TR AS and COFCKKS and CANNKU HOODS rare.
1 The prtoe they onarga la alwajs tal
Their GROCKRIKS bare the genulna rln
rjjbey aeU the finest LAQKH SAKH,
jn WINKS A UQCOllS. we always find
Thus oompettlon they defy.
To Dlease their catrona la their Idai
The eholoetit quality of every klnO
TOTI A HRADI tant be beat ear I
Agents for Co"ote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivery to all parts of the city
New Tele)hoie 217. 213, 215 AND 217 NOilTH THIRD tiT