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Both the method and results whoa
Syrup of Figs is taker,; it Is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
eentlyyet promptly on the K Itinera,
Liver and Ilowels, cleanses tho ay,
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
achca and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, plcasini to tho taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared onlr from the most
healthy ami agroeabfo substances, its
man v excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale In 50
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try ft. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO.
bad rntmiaco. cl
mm Hii.tr. mm tout. H.t.
Terms f bseiiptlon.
rilty, r mall, one year S4 00
Itiillv. bv mll. ill mnnllii SOU
!illy, hy mall, three monthe. 1 Ro
tally, hy mall, one month ISO
)ally. by carrier, one month 75
Weekly, by mall, per year t 00
Tun Daily CiTizas will be delivered In
the city at the low ratr of no rente per ereee,
or fttr 75 rente per month, when paltl monthly.
These ratea are leas tti.iri thoae nf any othei
daily paper la the territory
DVF.RTISINO RATK8 made known or.
ii application at the oiiice of puullcat on.
rrHK CIT1ZKN ob office la one of the be -1
1 In the southwest, and all kind of job print
ing la eiecuted with neatneea and at loweat
THR BINPKRY. lost added, la rorrrlet
and well IHtrU to do any aina ot nnioit t.
T HK CITI.KN will he handled at the ofiire
Siihacrlpllnne will be t oilet ted by H. II.
1 ilton, or can be paid at the ouice.
TVJOTiCK la hereby arisen that orrlere lTen
I' b emoUivee uuon Thii C'iTiza,.n will not
be honor, d anleaa prevlocely eodonel by Uir
THK C1T1ZK.V la on aale at the followln
nlacea In the cltvi 8 K. NemrnTi..'. Ul
Hallroad avenue; Mawh'v'a New. lrpt Month
Hevnnrl ureet: C). A Mulni" (.''. No HOIS
Kailroail avenue, and Harvey's hating Uoune
ai ine aepot
'PIIK rRKK LtST-The free Vet rf Tub
t ITI7KM rmbtan-e Notice of Itirths. M
ssttes, knnerala, IHitthd. C'lu.n-h Servic. arid
vutertalnment" where n 'alinlM'"n i'hnrffed.
UL'uHI.S h .sUCKhHill I,
Hdttioa nntl Htlhllahrrs.
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rim Tan noiitb
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No. California Limited, Mondaya
. H;oo pin
11 :n6 am
No. AUsntlr kaprete
Vo, II-' 1 .tsrsl Kspreas ,
No. 4-Atlantlc Limited. Wednrs.
riaya and Saturdays 4:0bpm
moat th anor Ainvi
I'O. M Local Kip'rn 7 OS pm
ooiho so' Til
No. II Mexico kiprew mn
Santa Fe Pacific.
rtov THSUT. Arrive.
ho. Atlantic ktprrss 10;.'. pin
No. 4 Atlantic Limited, Weilnes-
day. and Satunlaya 8:rfl pm
OOINCI WUT, I.cnvcv
No, 1 Pacific Kiprrae B.supm
No. 8 California Limited, Munduy.
and rrula) a 14:15 pm
No. 1 and S, Pacific and Atlantic Kirrs,
bse ruiiniao palace drawing iitotn cm , tour,
let s'ee.'ilna car. and chair car. between Chi
cago a t Ixni Angelea and Han Kran Tlaco.
No. It and ft. Memo and Local Kapreee,
hnve I'tiilp-.an palace car. aud chair car Iroin
fc.1 Pnwln Ki n.ca Cltv
No.. 8 and 4, the C'ullfomla Limited, have
fullinnn biinet and aleeplnil car. and buwiiajr
ronlv Inn coacbea or chair ci
care). A noiid
Teatibuleu train from Oil airo to Ia9 Angrlee.
W. II. TKI IX, Joint Acent.
SANTA FE POUTE.
Atchison, Topeka 4 San!. Fa R. K. Co.
Sen'i Fa Pacific R. R fo.
Condensed lint Tiliii 46, Elccilve Kij 30, 'SI
WkaTUOUSU.i I A.TUOIJNK.
No.l I I No.8
6 .00 p
11 60 a
10. V5 p
5 H5 p
7 10 a
ft 06 a
4 16 a
la -to a
n 85 p
4 ai p
A ah Fork
1 ill m
7 .5 .S p
11 no a
4 as p
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a. 50 a
8 SO ai
4 80 p
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Pullman Palai'e Slreplng Can dally through
between Chlcairo and California.
Thelirand C anyon of the Colorado can t
re it lied only by Una line.
W. B. Tnn.L,
I 7 A N TkO-C 1'K l . I IT A N I F A ITH Fl'L
II gentlemen or laillra to tiavel forreapon.
allile ealali'ithed house In Albuquerque. N-M.
Monthlv. 8l5 and einenaea Poaitlon ateadv
helerence. Klichau aelt -adrireased atamped
envelope. The tioininlou Company, Dept.
rv , v incago.
MK. BUHSUN'S CANDIDACY.
Mcj Rub tbe New Mexico Penitentiary
a Tear From Now.
At conference, held la Bants Ks on
luet y miliar, between National Commit-
t'V innii Sol I.una, Oovernor Otero and
II. 0. Diirmiin. alinriCr of Socorro county,
It i uiiilerhtcHNl tlmt an sgreement was
reat'liml wlierebjr Mr. liiiruui becomes
the ailuilulHtiatlon caiiilldate for BU(ier
intenileiit of the Sew Mexico peniten
tlury. However, unlenn the governor un
dertaken to remove the penitentiary com
mlitMioners, which 1 not probable, no
oliHiine will take place In the luaiiaiie-
incut of thla Institution for at leant a
DO Vol) KNOW
That at Tin Citi.cn olllea you can
or any other kind of commercial print
ing;; aiNoureidanit (iiuillfiir. Work neatly
anil promptly executed ami at reasonable
ratea, Ulve ue a trial and be oouvluced
Fifty piece ot new gingham, on dis
play at the Kcouomlet.
The Sister Territory
Readers With Good
BREVITIES CULLED FROM OUR EXCMANQES.
A carlo I of cattle wa. rhipped from
the city by RtUhaiu A, Hick to Gallup,
The etipreme court haa adjoaro-d until
Feb. 23 and V a;juvta'.j Joelloaa will
leave for tiieir hoin-'a,
W. L. Uathaway, local manager of the
New York Mntnat Lire I'-eurance com
psny, haa returned from a trip to Albu
querque, The contract (or a new residence for
Governor McCord, In the northern part
of the city, wm awarded to Contractor
Ceenej. It will eont f.1,800.
The body of Jamia Barrett, found dead
In hla bedroom at the Lemon hotel, on
Friday morning, wae taken back to Pe
oria, III., by Chauncey Alnewortn, for
J. W. Beuham, F. L. Con key, J. Krneet
Walker and Proeper P. Parker have been
appointed by the Bona ot the American
Revolution to arrange for the annual
banquet to be held on Feb. 92.
The members of the Btptlet church
have decided to bold a revival and are en
deavoring to secure the services ot Rev.
Knbert Calms, a noted evangelist now
conducting a series of meeting at Dea
rer. Oovernor UoCord received a hand
somely engraved Invitation from Presi
dent and Mrs. McKtnley requesting the
presence of hlnutelf and Mrs. McCord at
a reception to be held at the executive
manelun on Feb. 16.
C. 0. Cunlimari, ot Albuquerque, will
be the gueet, over Sunday, ot his brother-in-law,
0. C. Watson, cashier of the
Mutual Life Insurance company In this
city. Mr. Cuehman represents Sweet,
Orr A Co, wholesale clothing dealers of
A. Vandervort, the wool buyer, In
anewer to a queotton, said that he had
purchased about 2.500,000 pounds In this
territory during 18U7. During the pant
tea days he had secured several Iota and
would buy more. The prices have been
12 and 18 cents.
Wiley K. Jones, prosecuting attorney of
Graham county, who haa been stopping
la Phoenix for a few days, attended the
Illinois picnic at Phoenix park. Mr.
Jones is a native of that state, and repre
sented Abraham Lincoln's district in the
Rev. K. McManus, for two years min
ister of Grace Kplttoopal chnrch In this
city, and since leaving here pastoral
Salem. Ohio, has accepted a call to Fall
River, Mate. Mr.' McManus Is well and
pleasantly remembered by many friends
who wish him well In his new home.
Articles ot Incorporation ot the Gold
King Mining company were filed In the
office of tbe territorial secretary. The
incorporators are John Day, F. A. Show
ernian, Willis Morris, 0. B. Cpton, J. 0.
Cullen and J. 0. Morris. The capital
slock Is l,0O0,0OO, and Preseott la the
principal place ot business.
Word was sent to the police station
that a sick man had escaped from bis
room and attendants on North Tenth
avenue. He was partially paral) tad and
lu a delirium, and his physician was anx
ious about him. Officers Molloy and
Doheney went out, and after an exhaust
ive search of the neighborhood, found
him lying In some bashes, about tweuty
feet from the rear ot the house from
which he had escaped. Ills name la W.
II. Gorman, whose home Is in FlagHtaff.
J. T. Shaw, the young man who had an
arm ent off at Jerome last spring, will
shortly go east to visit with relatives at
Chicago and later to Valparaiso, the
school In which he was educated, to take
a four year law course. His suit with the
United Verde company Is compromised
on a baeU that obligates them to defray
the expense at the law school, together
with other stipulations ranging from
$11,000 to 910,000.
Knnlgu John 8. Porter, of the engineer
ing corps ot the C nlted States navy, died
at the Sinters' hospital Thursday night.
A telegram was sent to hla brother,
Robert 8. Porter, ot Knoxvllle, Teun.,
aud the body was sent there by the Phoe
nix Undertaking company. The de
ceased came to Phoenix last December In
an advanced stage of consumption, with
little proepect of recovery.
A story ot arson and attempted murder
comes from Gila Bend. Last week a
house belonging to F. D. Welcome was
burned by an Incendiary, and about the
same time an nnknown man took a shot
at Jorilah Anderson, son of Captain John
8. Anderson, not far from town. The
shot took effect In Anderson's right hand.
Two other shoU fired immediately after
mlseed their mark. One thing aud an
other has arisen at Gila Bend until the
whole community Is divided into fac
Miss Pearl Youree, of Williams, arrived
on a visit to heroouslu, Mr. J. P. Dllllou
Dr. Mc.Vally left i'reeoott for San Fran
cisco, where he proposes to marry Miss
Annie Sweeney. Dr. Butler will look af
ter Dr. McNally'a practice.
George B Miller, the cattle man, Is In
from his ranch near Cienega. He says
all tendencies are favorable tor a pros
perous year In his neighborhood.
It is said that the Graut Bros, and P. J,
McCormlck are here for the purpose ot
securing contracts on the proposed Big
Bug railroad, aud will go over the route
ot sauie to day.
li. II. Wade, of Chicago, Is In Preseott
to figure on a building contract on the
proposed Big Bug railroad. He had as
surances that the road would be built be
fore he left Chicago.
According to the Whipple weather re
port the mercury dropped below xero on
six days In January, as follows: On the
12th, 11th, 15th, 21st, 25te and SUth, the
lowest being on th Hth 10 below.
Complaint was made at the sheriff
0 lllce that a young man, a wood chopper
In the Thumb Butts neighborhood, was
giving evidence of dangerous insanity;
that he would whirl his axe around his
head and preach loudly at the same time.
Sheriff Ruffoer went out and brought
the man In. Huff ier says the man Ih
about twenty-seven years of age and Is
From the New..
Williams present a Chicago appear
ance these days.
Chief Engineer Burn paid t ff 800 tun
nel employes Friday and Saturday.
Floyd Leonard, formerly of Williams,
was married to Miss Orphla 11 llton at
Arkansas City, Kansas.
Dr. J. W. Hamilton, ot Mount Vernon,
Illinois, a brother-in-law of W. B. Webb,
will locate lu Williams about the last of
Tbe Santa Fe people have withdrawn
their town lots from the market In Wil
liams. Tbe turning of straws sometime
Indicate a great deal.
W. M. Ross Is building a 30x40 livery
and feed utahle near tbe Grand Can you
hotel. Mr. Ross will eqnlp his barn with
good horses and mountain bnggies, and
will, no doubt, receive liberal patronage
Mrs, Willlum liny ward left for Jerome
to Institute a lodge of the Rath bone Bis
ters. At present Williams Is the only
town In Arlxona where this sisterhood of
the Knlghta ot Pythias fraternity la rep
resented. 0. C. Bobbins, who ha passed several
weeks In Williams, having come her
with his father to look at the Grand Can
yon mining country, has won the dis
tinction ot being engaged In a business
which haa only one other representative
In the United States. This Is the bust
nessof raising Angora rabbits for com
merclal purposes. Bobbins and his part
ner. Will. Yates, own the Kockwood ranch
In Deheea, San Diego oonnty, CaU and
there the rabbits breed, mature and fur
nleh opera cloaks, hats, caps, muffs and
other luxuries ot dress.
A few months ago, Mr. Byron Kvery, of
Woodstock, Mich., was badly afflicted
wmi rnetimallera. His right leg was
swollen the full length, causing him
(treat suffering. He was advised to try
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. TlieUrst bot
tle ot it helped him considerably and the
seconn Dome eiiociwd a cure, l lie to aud
uO cent bottles are for sale by all drug
A THREATENING LETTER
Received by a Weli-knowa New flexico
F. P. Canton, a prominent cttlxen of
Raton and one ot the best In Colfax
county, found a threatening letter under
his front door the other morning.
Sheriff Llttreli haa taken hold of tbe
the ease and will use every effort to
bring the parties to justice.
There Is no reason for tbe action taken
against Mr. Canton. Following la a copy
ot the letter:
"Mister Canton, I advise yon to guard
yourself well. I know that something la
going to happen you (I know this), your
family and property. You have many
enemies and they are watching you. 1
am your friend and I am afraid to tell
you because it they know It they will
kill me; be very careful and you will find
out they will puuish you. I am your
friend aud I do not want them to barm
WILL U HKKE ON MAKCH .
CpU Jack Crawford, the Pawl aeoat. Will
tooa H With la.
The Woman's Relief Corps, having ar
ranged for an entertalumeut by Capt.
Jack Crawford in this city on March 2,
announces that "The Poet Scout" will
surely be here on the date mentioned.
The committee will be out selling tick
ets in a few days, and our cltiisos ought
to give the Relief Corp a liberal patron
age. The Worcester. Mass., Daily Spy says:
Capt "Jack" Crawlord, warrior, scout,
newspaper correspondent aud entertainer,
was the attraction which drew a fair
sited audience to Mechanics hall Friday
evening, this being tbe fourth in a series
of lectures which beorge H. Ward Post
No. 10, (i. A. K, haa txwu giving.
Capt. Crawford eutertaiued his audi
ence with a uuiuber ot bright anecdotes,
with stories ot his life as a boy of Id lu
the army, as a scout on the plains aud as
courier for uewspa;r correspondent.
Ills stories were told lu a very pleasant
manner, his audience seeming to enjoy
every word he uttered.
lie declares himself not thoroughly en
rapport with the young Indian fighter
who lights so bravely through the me
dium of yellow covered literature, and
he does not, like Horace Greeley, advise
the youth to go west aud grow up with
the country, tor In listening to some of
his stories one gathered the Impression
that the went was already quite growu
up, for contrary to Mr. Owen Wistar,
Capt. Crawford declares It Is no longer
customary to kill your man before he has
had time to apologize for nigging at
cards or horse stealing, aud that most ot
the persons who are doing the east with
tho-ie tales are "fakirs."
Capt. Crawford declares he was one of
the first men to go Into the Black Hills
at the time of the gold discovery there,
and the only reason that he was uot with
General Custer at tbe time ol the mas
acre was because he was sent to Chicago
with a sample ot gold to be assayed.
Most exciting was hi tale of carrying
the story of the fight between the Indians
and General Merrill' command, near
Deadwood, to Fort I.arramle, a distance
of XA miles, how he braved death aud
starvation, yet succeeded In his attempt
and received TTimiueU'laUous for o doing.
Captain Crawford, although a man eon
slderahly over DO aud showing plainly
the result of his frontier life. Is planning
to head an expedition to the Kloudike in
the coming spring.
From ever, where come words of praise
for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. "Al
low me to congratulate you ou the mer
its of your remedy, it cured me ot
chronic bronchitis when the doctor could
do nothing for me." Charles F. Hemel.
Toledo, Ohio. For sale by all druggists.
The firm heretofore known as Wick
strom A Harnett, conducting ths resort
called the St. Kluio, Is dissolved by mu
tual consent, to take effect March 1, IKM,
John Wlckstro u retiring. All accounts
against the late firm will be paid by the
remaining partner, Jos. Harnett, and
must be presented by March 1, 1
John Wii ksthom,
YEAR'S LENTEN REGULATIONS.
Usned by Archbishop thap:ll of the
Rom a Catholic Inures.
itn Biorn riitoAtr u.
Aichblshop Placldos L. Chapelle, of
Santa Fa, who has been transferred to
New Oi leans, recently Issued the rud" to
beoDeetved by uieiubei of Hie V. am liv
church durlug Lent, says the l'u bio
Chieftain. The reason that the arch
bishop leeuos the rules Is that the bishop
Is at preeeut away from home. Lent oe
Kins this year on February '23. No church
obseives the fast days auy closer thau the
Catholic church, aud the luloruialiou
CouUintd tu the rules will be lead wilh
a great deal of luteresl by toe communi
cauta of that denomination:
L All ths days of Lout, which this
year Commences ou ins aid day ot Veb
ruary, buiiday excepted, are faet days ol
otiilgaUou tut all peiirtous WHO bav Com
plete! liieir iweuiy-ursl year, aud are
uot, for just teaeous, excepted or dis
pensed. 11. All persons who do hard labor, the
sit-k, delicate women, aud lu general, ail
who on aecouut ot tender or old age, or a
weak constitution, can uot last without
detriment to their health, are exempted
iroiu in ooiigatmn ol lusting.
III. whenever any doubt arises con
cerning the luillcleucy o' reasons tor ex
empt lou, ins Utliilui should cousuil
their pastors, to whom we dele
gate the faculty ot dlepeuslug tor Just
causes. T hey will Impose some oilier
good Work as ooiupeuealion.
IV. By virtue ot an iudult from the
Holy See (August S, 1W7,) the following
dispensations are granted:
1. flesh meal may be eaten during
Lent at all meals ou Huudays, and at the
principal Dieal on Mondays, iuewlays,
Ihurmlaysand ou Saturdays, except ou
the second a'id last Saturday of Lent.
2. Hie use of eirgs.JMid milk Is allow
ed lu this arcbdiiwese on all days of
Lent at the principal meal, and Is even
tolerated at the eveuiag collation.
8. Persous who are obliged to fast
may take In the morning colt, lea,
chocolate mails with water and also a
mouthful of bread.
4. VWieulhe principal meal cannot
for some reasonable cauas be eaten about
the middle of the day, it Is allowed to In
vert the order by taking the collation In
the tuorniug and tllulug lu the eveulug.
6. Tbe use ot hog' lai d or dripping Is
allowed In preparing permitted ailments.
6. Persons who are not obliged to fast,
are not bound by the reetricilou ot using
meal at one meal only when it is allowed.
7. Flesh meat aud fish should not be
eaten at the same meal, even on Sundays,
by any one.
V. The faithful are reminded that the
time appointed to comply with the law
of the chnrch concerning Pascal coin
in union exteuds from the first Bu inlay lu
Lent to Trluily Sunday Inclusively.
VL The reverend pastors will uot fall
to have public service lu the churches ai
least once a week durlug Lent. They
will instruct aud exhort the people, per
form the pious exercise ot the Via Cruris,
recite the Roeary, aud on the ocrasuiua
they may give the benediction of the
blessed sacrament. Tbey will also faith
fully visit their various stations, so as to
give to all the faithful every opportunity
uecessary to comply with their eastern
These regulations will be read and ex
plained to the faithful, and posted lu a
public place lu all the churches and
vt s hereby order that four collections
shall be takeu up In all the churches aud
chapels of the diocese, as follows:
1. On ths first wuuday of Lent, the col
lection ordered by the third Plenary
council for the Christian education ol
Indians and negroes.
2. On Kaster Sunday the faithful will
be asked to contribute towards the
Peter's pence for our holy father ths
3. On the feast of Penticoat, a collec
tion will be had for the education ot our
4. On the first Sunday ot October, a
collection will take place to aid lu pay
ing the dioceses debt.
These collodions will be taken np lu
the chapels or stations on ths first pas
toral visit following the Sundays above
The reverend pastors will please send
the amounts to tbs reverend chancel
lor, as soon as the collection shall
have been made In their respective mis
sions. Flually we order that these Lenten
regulations shall be read and explained
to the faithful by the reverend pastors as
soon as possible after the receptlou of our
Tbs Cowing- Woman,
Who goes to the club while her husband
tends the baby, as well as the good old
fashioned woman who looks alter her
home, will both at times get run down In
health. They will be troubled with loss
of appetite, headaches, sleeplessness,
fainting or ditty spells. The most won
derful remedy for these women is Klec-
trlo Bitters. Thousands of sufferers from
lame back aud weak kidneys rise up and
call It blessed. It Is ths rued loin for
women. Female Complaints aud nervous
troubles or all kinds are soon relieved by
the use of Klectrlc Bitters. Delicate
women should keep this remedy ou hand
to build up the system. Only bn cents
per Dottle, rot sals by J. it. O Rlelly
LI KB TBE AXLE L1GHIS.
Postal Clcrkt Pleated Wilh New Santa Fe
The three standard postal cars built In
the Santa Fe shops and now running be
tween Kansas City and Chicago are giv
ing entire aa'.t 'faction. The poetal clerks
who run ou them pronounce them the
I lest In the service. Ths Axle electric
light, with which they are equipped. Is
oue of the best features of the equip
ment. The light is stronger, steadier
aud better than auy before tried. Other
systems of electric lighting that have
been tried by the government In the pos
tal cars has not given satisfaction for the
reason that they have uot burned stead
ily, but have dickered, nitkiug It quite
wearing on the eyes of the mail clerks.
The three car have being fitted aud are
being tried as an experiment and It may
be that the system will be adopted by
the government In all of their cars.
A Two-llaailal Mal.f.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry I'tmer, known to
many former Toiiitistouers lu this city,
are receiving considerable notoriety lu
Clucluuatl, over the fact that their first
burn child is a boy with two heads. The
child Is two weeks old, aud although It
had takeu no nourishment In that time,
It Is still alive. The baby Is well formed
in body and limns, but has two heads
upou such a short neck that th 7 set ou
the child's shoulders. The normal head
Is of a size proportionate to the sin of
the body, and the other Is abnormally
large and turned to one side, so that the
counter line of ths face Is above the
baby's left shoulder. The beads are coui-
I plete lu every detail, and the baby can
I see plainly from the eyes of either head.
I The organs of bearlug, sight, smell and
i taste seem to be perfect lu both heads.
Read that new
alvertlseraeut of tbe
rlerafsmla ifial It
Is not rlv-M ttmt
molher a h 01 1 1 d be.
-m-m It liea with the
woman herself to heir, herself No one ele
run do H. She can help herself if abe will.
If a woman will take proper care of her
womanly er'f; If ahe will use the rifrht rem
edv for weakness and disease of the mains
ti- -.1 !' it tiie hiudrns of niaternltv, "lie
v ill "o-i he hrsUliv. TiRntntis and amial.le.
Slo- will te aide to help bahy, inatrad of
leaving- Imhv to rv and help her.
A wonderful rrmrdv for weakneaa and
diwase of the organs that make wifehood
and motherhood possible I found in Irr.
I'ler-e's Favorite Prescription. It acta di
rectlv on these organs. It makes them
atronir and healihv. It ha transformed
thousands of atifferinfr. pain-racked womea
into healthv. happv wives and mothers. If
allsvs inflammntion. aoothee pain, an4
atea.lies and invie-oratea the nerves. It pre
pares for wifehood and motherhood. 1 In
anres Inherently healthy children. All
rood rlminrista sell it. There ia nothlnf
''Just the same " or " Jo"t as (nod." The
rlnipfflst who tetla too tber ia, is either
mistaken or dishonest
Mrs Joseph Simmons, of flaeettreen, flrant
Co . Wis., writes: ' Inclosed rmd tl cents In
post 1 ire stamps, for whuh please send me the
'Medical A'Mser' In cloth rover. I have ssed
ymir !r. I'ieree'a Fnvortte prescription, and kia
'llolden Medical Ilscoverv ' and 1 1'elieta ' and
have received a ffreat deal of hencSt from them."
When s story writer puts in a doctor he la
always said to ''Ixik wise." Over on
million people have looked wise and acted
wisely. They hive hoticht Pr. I'lrrre'a
Common Sense Medical Adviser, of these
wise folks, hHo.oooof them paid 4i so a copy
for the hook. It was cheap at that. It la a
hook of loo pages, with . Illustrations.
Think of that. A medical book ton. Hvery.
bodv knows how expensive a medical edn
cation Is. Now there Is a freal edition of
this hook, that Is be Ine; ajiven awav. Von
pay the cost of msilinr. that' all. Yon send
si one-cent stamps for the hook In atrone;
ntanilla covers. If yon desire a fine em.
bossed French cloth cover, send it one-cent
stamps. Address, Wood's Iiispenaars; Med
ical Association Bnilalo, N. V.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Lamps and trimming. Whitney Co.
Novelties In onr queeuswar depart
ment. Whitney Co.
Old brandy, rye or bourbon only 3 per
gallon at A. Lombardo'a.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
it Hart's, 117 Hold avenue.
The very best maple avrup only 1.2S
per gallon at A. Liombardo's.
Insure your life In the Kqnltabl. Wal
ter N. far k hurst, general manager
Attend the great muslin underwear
sale at the Uolden Kuie Ory Goods Co.
Remember the second-hand store of J.
0. Gideon & Co, on north First street.
Freeh Kansas eggs 20 cents, native
eggs ti cents per d. xeu at A. Lombardo'a
Sea the window display of new spring
goods at the dry goods store tbe Kcono
uiist. If von want anything la the binding
or Job printing Hue, call at TuxCitiikn
Palmetto filter cotton top mattresses
are the beet; made and sold by W. V.
Huy your camp stoves and have your
tin-work done ai the Star tlnahop, Sow
Ionk Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. Ha haa tha nloest fresh
meats lu the city.
A big consignment ot pants Just In at
K. L Washburn A Co's., aud will be sold
without reserve at $1 70.
Hot chile con carne servnd every night
it the farad ise. Do not miss It Uache
chl & Glouil. proprietors.
Handsome Hue of new dress goods tor
spring wear just received at the Golden
liule Dry Goods company.
New arrivals Dree goods for spring
wear. Always ths first with new goods.
Golden Kule Dry Goods compauy.
Leave order at the " Iceberg " tor
Pabst'a export and "blue rllioou" beers
In quarts and pluta, Charles U. Geach,
The best place for good, juicy teaks
nd roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
in a first class market, at Klelowort s,
oorlh Third street.
All varieties of oranges can be pur
chased at F. F. Trotter's store, on Second
Ureet. New supplies are constantly
being received from California.
Where are your hard time when 11.90
will buy a good pair of iIum at Simon
.item's. These goods must be closed out
this mouth. Our window tell the tale.
Don't forget ths "Green Front Shoe
Store." No. 113 Kailroail avenue, Vm.
Chaplin; cheapest and best place to get
ihisM, aud repairing done on the short
Just received a large, assignment of
fine California Grape brandy, spring 112,
which we will sell to saloon keeper at
tva per gallon. Original package. 0.
bachechi & G. Giomi.
The grocery store of F. F. Trotter, on
Second street. Is the iiuiiparlel of ths
kind In the southwest. A larger and
inoie vailed stock ot groceries can be
found there than in auy other store In
New Mexico or Arlxona.
Joeh Billings speaking of the probabil
ities of Ufa would say "perhaps rain per
haps not," but ws will eerlalnlv have
several more spells of cold weather this
winter, and you should lie sure to have
nlenty of Cerrlllos coal on baud. Hahn
Von want to see those) dainty French
organdies, that remind you so much ot a
veil ot vapor touched with flower tints.
Will you look at themV Now on exhibi
tion only at the Golden Kule Dry Goods
company, who are always the uret with
TO Ct'ltK A COLO IN ONI DAT
Take Laxative Hromo Quluine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It fails
(ocure. Z.H". i lie genuine has L.B.(J
in each tablet.
W. W. Gibson, ot the Las Vegas branch
of the engineering force ot the Santa Fe,
aud C. II. Plumb, came down from 1-a
Vegas last night. They went out from
the Highland this morning on "ixl" to do
work ou the new track survey at Algu
ISmrvhody us So.
f'ftMi-ut-t'lH i 'ftmlv t'rtllniflii'. the most wnn
loi'fol tiit'dj:ul ilisro.erv of tliu airo, pleas
ant and refn aliiiiir to Iho lasiit, m l n-nlly
umt positively on kiliea, llvi-r Hi.tl Isiwula,
clt-ni,MiiK thu enure a.At iii, dUpc-1 coltla,
run t htutiiuolie, fever, lot lilt mil ronatlimtlon
and bilioiiHiiena, fieuat Intv anil try a box
ore. i;. C to-tlav; III, Mii-cins. Hold aud
(uaraulotd to euro by all drugiala.
Don t forgot ths "Green F rout Shoe
Store," No. 113 Kailroad avenue, William
Chaplin; cheapest aud beet place to get
sIkssi aud repairing duns ou ths shortest
Did you see those new style plaid and
check negligee shirts that the Illg Store ia
selling tor U) cents 'f If uot, why not',
Thoee Turkish towels at two for 2&
cents are all right. Don't miss getting
some. Ito-enwalil Iiros.
Finest line of new spring dress goods
ever shown luthe city at tht Gulden Kule
Dry Goods company.
Swiss embroideries, Hamburg em
broideries at extra special prices. Koseu
Go to H aim's barber shop for good, up-to-date
work. N. T. Armljo building.
Don't miss it til sale of dress goods
i at llfeld's; 75 cent goods for 33 cents.
Dou't fail to see the new designs lu
outlug UauueU at the Illg Store.
Plumbing aud gas fitting. Whituey
i 'i,'MiK,V' Zi always alckly.
V'Oj--t- 11 "ewona. fret is.
lVi. and cms. Ushv
f;i tVSt P-Mi -ondrr. what la
7 -'.Jlv' V Jlhemattrr. Bsriy
v.-:i 1 would wlUinrlT
. ,- r fa help If Kt could
IIM. rHAHt'lS CROSSON,
OFPICK AND Rr.HfDr.NC a" 40 West
old avenue. Hourai S to 10 a. m., 1 1
I and 7 to p. m.
special attention siven to general rnre-err.
Automatic Telephone Usa.
DM HISHOr a HISROP,
HOMOOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND
Surpjeone-Ofhce and resilience over post-
Otlice. leiephone MS. Mrs. ISailoli Histoid,
M. It., otlice bn'ir. a to p. m. Kfok D,
bishop, M. L., uu.ee horns, to It) a. as., and
I to S and V to m- tn-
JtH TA.CMKH, M.
JIIIVslflA. A!wi H Mf IfcON-Offl-eand
l-.ii.-r-., ii. , ,t it li vtre- t t'onrs, 1
to 1. ai.d S :'. to ", hi' P.O.. rtr.ieri.1 attention
a Iv, e tti rt.ri.ti . a-.il dft -vs of women. Old
teieimore. un. Csiia rnsie in dsvtiire oulr.
It. ti .l ,..v,tio
V hi. till H' I -I'U- . ,e. i-n-t.ne and c.
I ,. Air . (tut iMico lor a., i .s-e of bolld
n( am' arr.hlle.luiai tot.. Dime. SOS Waal
Ha.lriHid a.ei n.
BtAnl LIltiAa ' I-Itl 4l,
OFK ICK an 'I reeidem t..Vnt)iM (fold
avenue. Trlepti.nir No. as Onus tmon
to e a. m 1 :wj tu a o an,, ' t.. p. ra.
ti. B. kaeietdav, M. D. J. ti. K-o...r. at. ti.
w. w. sol a, at u..
'.FFICK IIOl HS-L'ntll a. m. and from
IrSiito l:SO and ft"m V to p.m. ttmre
and residence. S4U Wert Uold avenue, AlttB
nerque, N. at.
at, ALU an, 1. la, a,
DKNTIST-OBUe, rooms and 4. Whttlrs
block, comet Uold avenue and ec. nd
street. Ofllre hour., a. m, to lilp, m.,
and 111 to :80 p. m.
IIKHNAHD a. RODBV,
ATTOHNRY-AT tAW, Alboqnerqne, N.
St. I'rompt attention slven to all bualneaa
pertalnlns to die itotreton. Will prUreln
ail courts of the territory and before Uia United
States Isnd ofUce.
WILLIAM L. LIS,
ATTOHNKY AT-t.AW. Ufflre, room ,
N. T. Armllo btilldtns. Will practice In
ail the coilrta ol the territory.
ATTOKNKYS-AT LA W. Albnqiierq tie, N.
M. Otlice, tooina t and a, list National
K. W. 1, HHI AM
A TTOHNKY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N,
IV at. Otlice, rirat National Hank buildlns.
PRANK W. CLAMCV,
TTOHNKY-AT-LAW. rooms t and . N,
L 1 . Aroiijo bulletins, Albuquerque, N. at.
t TTORNKY AT-I.AW. Orflre over Rot
erlson'e arocery attire, Albuquerque, N. at.
H. H. Warkontin
Albuquerque Bowling Parlors!
Cornet first St. and Copper At.
The finest Bowllns Alleys In the Sonthsreet.
Nice plare to apend the evening.
Sal (mid attached.
The New Chicago
IS one of the nloest resorts In tha
city, and Is supplied with ths
best and finest liquors,
UE1SCH I BETZLER. Proprietors.
Fplendld Lodging Room by the day,
week or mouth.
800 Waat Railroad Avenue.
TEE FAVORITE SALOON
THK UOLD 8TAH I You ahould not Q
laaa, but call and take asocial glaaO
Lflgh class Liquors we tint! here. A
Jl Satisfaction to all la Dr. LUCCA'S IdeV
Etcelieiit beer, it la the rule, f
To keep It always sharp and Ls
ti ratio wines are here, ol tlsvor true, f
a All kiuile, Imported and native, to1 '
Of Clears, the choicest brands we know, f
t, Hellahle and pure, Where's ws Vy
ook In, then: pay a visit soon. KI
a- To the famous HOLD 8 r AK SALOOfl
Depend upon It, Dear or far, A
Nous can compete with the HOLD Vf
MRS. MUSIO, Prop.
ery Fines! Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thlid (street and fljera ATenne.
Atlantic Boor Ilalll
Cool Kes Beer on draught!, the finest NaUva
Win and tha very best ol first-class
Liquors. Olva u call,
Bailboad Atssjus, ALScocaaqca.
A Nol4 fla
C"" rande A Parentll from them we reap, T
' all klmla of Llquora, Una and clieaA
Reliable quality we get here. A
to sell pure aoo.li la their Ide t
Always cool and aharo, their Heer, t
quite unequalled la or neat
KI oble Wines, all patrone rr eet, s
I s Imported ami domestic, a Stock complet IV
Delicious Cigars, too, here we gain, KI
choicest Hsvora we nbtal is
fj tcellent Hocns both rlesn anil neat. Hp
-s . ... at ilos on tlouth Klrat Stree 1
&II1UI at Alhuquerciue there are plenty I
whoiavortikANDK A FAWKNTl
Harness and Saddles,
Cut Soles, Taps, Shoe Nails,
Findings, Shoe Dressings, Etc.
Saddlery, Hardware, Harness,
Chains, Collars, Sweat Pads,
Whips ioc to $1.25, Lubricat
ing Oils, Axle Oils, Grease,
Horse Remedies, Sheep Dips,
Tho?. F. Keleher,
Wholesale and Retal Dealer.
PRICES BIGUr. CALL AND EE CONVINCED
40 Rafd Ave. A.'buaufrqtM.
GHESCtNf GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-Bt Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Office
A. J, CRAWFOJD, Agent.
Nw Telephone No. I64,
Old Telrchone No 25
I a ve orden Trimble's stable
lor PeoploThatArer.ll f
810k or "Just Don't ftJil I V
leel Woll." I I L L J
os.lv ONt ton a ooi. w
ssstevss Pirnpiea, cur as Hsaoache, UviiSkuala asJ
Coinnnasi. 25 rts. a Imh ai ilnii.ii ur l,r ml
s piss t rss, audrsss Or kssankoCs. 1'h i la. fa.
rou 1KI I.I.I NU OIL
UA UK WATCH
r. o. aiiuksss,
ColJcn, Saota ft Co.,
sto-To-Hao for airtjr teuts.
t.uarantu.it tniNtiMo hai.u cure-, ti.a: i,h weuk
lui u .uuLs, b.uua pur. Imc.si. Ail iirusnisis.
Ist week of the niuslln uaderwear
aale at The Big Store.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthorited Capital ....tiOOfiW 00
Pald-np Capital, SurploJ
and Proau lUSeOOOOO
The Bank ol Commercd
oas Li 11 ronaioa kb-a-
siUaisa A d4 IMs
M. 8. Or so, PresldsBl . C. BAUatla, Lambs. w. C. Laoasan. CasttaiM
B. P. Boaaaraa, Vlca-Praaldsnt A. Ktaaaiass, tlserraan bros.. Wool.
W. STaicaiaa, Caablsr. A. M. BLAuawatx, tJross. Blarkwell A Co., Orocms
H. I. rtstaasos, Asstrlint Cashier. W. A. MASWBLU Wholesale Drrilst.
' Depository for Atchison, Topeka k Santa fe BIlwa.
THE ST. TP.T .IXTf
SAMPLE AMD CLUB nOOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
WICKSTROM & BARNETT, Proprietors
ISO Waat Railroad A-a Albaqaart a.
HAS VEGAS. N. M.
CXsORIETAs N. M.
BCCVsTOaa 0s X.
Gr. HENRY, VE. D
Stadant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of France.
Svilxillr3t a. Spoolalty.'svk
THIHTT-BH TKABy PBACTICK. MK" OXLT THK ATM.
A en asranteed lo everf cms andertskeo when a ear la prantcsbl. and possible
Onn.t-hne. sleet and atrlrtursapretlllv cared with Ur.klrord's Krench kemediee. KVcen
fTKZAt2Z!U,an W""l.n TUMliB UAVS. NOCUBKHS,HANDALvVOOO Ol"Mt
Vf i!--?1 Spwmatnrrhoea. seminal losses, nlrhl e-laalnna. Insomala, despondency .
su ww X'ri 11. 3 ejrao "
prm issitin. lavestlsst.
pntllsh, French, i German
immvwm wwwm orreaD (iruiene anlleltM
QUICKKL & BOTHE. Ptods.
(Baooewor to frank H. Jonea.1
Finest WHIsUes. Importsd tad Domestic Wines and Cogai.cs.
Tie Coolest and Eltkett Gitfle of Larer Serred.
Finest Billiard ll&U la the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
jj sot ls
ABSOLUTELY GC1HAHTEED tZZZZZZ
pts an asnklst frss. , STKHI.ISsI BKSalil tk. fhl
rPOTI A SB4DI! to them wa cUnj.
lit TKA9 and O0FFKH3 and CaNNKU
ijtnej asU the flnast LAORS BBKB,
p WINK3 A LIQUOBS. w alwari find
Thaa competition the defy.
Agents for Co"ote Canyon Lime Company.
Free delivery to all parts of the city
New Tdflphon 247. 218, 21 S AND 217 NORTH THIRD 8T
riaar STssir, -
BILLING BROH., faoraiaroM.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty !
W Dslr Pstroiwye, sod w
O as rant. Flrst-Claa Baklnj .
Tslearsph orders solicited snfl Pmmptlr filled
The Rosy Freshness
And . velvety aoftnsaa of tha skin la Inva
riably ohtalued by tliua wlw lis foasoM'S
Win r.ir ai.
Native wins, purs anil healthful, at
ouljr so eeuU a Rallua at C. A. Uraude's
uwi north Broadway.
Highest Cash Prloas I'sld
For furniture, stores, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, savldls. shoes, etc.
Hart's, 117 Gold avsuus, nsit to Wells
Kargo Kiprms ollloe. Use me before you
buy or sell.
A Uus.lloo Aasweewl.
Why do we nxver hare auy old stock
on our shelves V
Because we will not allow goods to
become old. At the end of every season
all odds and ends are cleaned out at big
discounts, and thus we keep our stock
fresh and clean at all times. Bee our
2.tt0 shoes, they ax tbe It kind.
Tbe Railroad Avenue Clothier.
To Cur r'uullttlou forever.
Take f'.tacattits :uiuly i 'athuruu. livorUfto.
f tl I!. IX fsll uunre. t1rn'uiH r fuLU luulM.y
A bottle et good old liquor may some
time prevent serious illness In a family.
You can get the very best at lowest
price at A. Lombardo'a.
(7. 8. DEFOSITOIIT.
Derositny tor th AtlAntk A
Fw ific and the Atchison,
I iortVaA SnU Fe
OFFICERS UD CIESCTORS:
J(nt)A 8. BATf CLM. . . .Preslilsot
U. W. ruiITEN'OT .... Vlr Prswl'l-n
A. A. KKkN Casiiia
riUNK MoKKK. . . AwHstaal CaeMrt
A. A. 6EA.NT.
in Albaquerqne. N.
aud itsir m lairarjts) ov Utun,
m I).s- ev( (k UJs-
AU3UQTJEUQUE. N. II.
CO- GATSKILL, N. ill.
in world tluspltal, rarls. Heferencei Ov r
I Sim m..
MatrtlMttaft. (SM-arfta sra Iks !
ni.bt raaaa aalarai mallJL In.
OrTM, MoMlrMl. ( an., ar hw 1 cfc an.
Tbslr 6R0CK&IKS hare tha ramlM rlnVf
(MODS rare, I
Tha prloe that eharir la alwara fall
The prloe that eharzs la alwars tali
To pleaaa their patrons Is their Ida A
Tbs eholoeat quality ot srary klnD
TOTI 8t UBaDI oant be beat car 1
JACOB KORRER & CO
Manufacturer ol and Deaier la
The Beat aUaUra-afad Vehicles.
Pine Oorse-Shoclnr Specialty.
8ailafctlon OaaraiitMd In All Work
R!t-lrtnjr, P.lntlnir and Triiniuinf
Uoo. on Bhort Notlo. 1 t 1 1 1 1 1
S!io, Corner Copper It. ted First St.,
AiacQtiiagrs. N. M
City : Drug : Store
Third Bt. and RaUroad At.
Drags, lodlclnss, Paints, Oils, Etc. I
WHOLES A LK AND KKTAIL
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
accessor to Plll.borr A Wslton.
w a-rj-i 11 n 5V -J '7'
All kinds of Fresh and Sal
Meats. .. .. ...
Steam Sausage Factory.
Till UP ST HE El,
EMIL KLEIN W01IT, Prop