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8 j nip of Figs is taken; it it pleasant
.d refreshing to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the KKlneya,
Vrer and llowels, clean the J-litem
effectually, dinpela colds, head
aohea and fercra and enrea babitnal
constipation. Syrup of Figs la the
only remedy of ita kind erer pro
duced, pleasing to the taate ana ao
oeptable to the atomach, prompt in
iu action and truly beneficial in it
effect, prepared on It from the moat
healthy ana agreeable substances, it
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
byrup of b iga
la for aale
gist. Any reliable drnggiat who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
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rtaae. Kunerala, Peatha, C hurch Service and
KulcrtalDmcma where no admlMlon lactiased.
button and Hubltahera.
Atchlaon.Topaka V Santa Fe
7 :B0 pm
No. 17 Kiurea. , S:00 pm
nu .aiinTTiia Larniiva, aionuaya
and Friday lliSB am
eoixo DOIT Leave
No. Atlantic hiprw .....lO: pro
No. SS Local Kxpreaa. a :00 pm
No. Atlantic Limited, Wedn
daya and Saturday 4:05 pro.
fion TaaeouTB Amv
No. SS Local Kiprea 1 ,0ft pm
solas aoOTI Leave
No. St If allco Kipreaa. .......... ..lSrOS am
Santa Fe Pacifle.
oi TIIWnT. Arrive
No. a Atlantic Kipreea lOiSftpm
No. 4 Atlantic Ll umcd, Wadne-
day and Hatunluva S:f8 pm
OOlNO waT. Leave
No. 1 Partfle Kapreae Si40pn
No. S-Calitornla Limited, Monday
and Friday ,.18:1B pm
No. 1 and S, Pacifle and Atlantic Kipreaa,
have Pullman palac drawing room car, tour
ist alerplna car and chair car between Col
Cairo and Lo Anarele and San Kran lco.
No. SI and SS, Mu&ico and Local Kxpreaa,
have Pullman palact- car and chair car from
Kl Paentn Kansas Cltv
isoa. s and , the California Limited, nav
Pullman buffet and aleepiiii cara and baRgaae
car only (no coaches or chair cam). A eolid
veirtlbuled train from Chlcaao to Lu Angele.
W. H. Tatlll-L, Joint AgoBt,
THE GREEN FRONT
WM. CHAPLIN, - PROP.
118 West Railroad Avnue.
Ths beat ana ehespsst place In
the city fur
ladies' and Gents'
Ladies' fine. Low Phoss, Mack or tsn.
umuiifaotiirwi by C. P. Kurd & Co, ths
tent munufactory of Ijdle' Hhors lu ths
wurid. PrWs from M .25 to iXM a pair.
Kino line of Ladies' Hhoea, black or Ian,
iOcxn'i tol.60 a pair. Ladlrs' hand
lururd and (iotidyear welt shoes. 2.&0 a
pair. Ladles' flue button aod lacs "hoes,
from $1.26 to $210 a pair.
Hoys' alioes from $1.00 to f 1.50 a pair.
A tins Hue of Dougls shoe just rs
Cflvtd; Istrat styles In black or tan, laos
and coiigrews. from $j 25 to $5.nu a pair.
All mall order prouitly attended to
ONI rOR A OOSI.
fUraova Plraplaa, SWant
VliloufiieM. Purll tit Blood.
Our H iklbbi and UrMpli
n.w.u.wu. ui .a iwnii mo aajf ia iilhiii
furuMllu. Tbr altbrarliM aural,.hMi. TUM
loo foil, will mail uaiil, rr or Mil boa for
Sk W bf araagUM. OS. SutASKO CO. Palla. Pa.
The Perfume of Violets
Th purity of th Illy, the fflotv of tb maw,
and (ha duah of livb couthiu la PoaaoMi'a
WANTED I'PR IliHT AND KAITHKI'L
gentlemen or ladira to travel for reason,
ible ealaiillahed bouee In Albuquerque, N H.
Monthly, fit5 and eapanae Toaaion teady.
Keterence, Kncloae aelf-addreaaed atarnped
rnvrlope, Th Uomlnlua Company, Lieut.
WE DESIRE TO MAKK CONTRACT
with two hrat-ria. .pecialty aaleamen for
year or longer. Oivc reirrem ?a. unra han
dled and territory covered. CANNON CO.,
Iowa City, Iowa.
Caarareta I 'amlv Calliartit', the moat won
derful tm-dicul dUM.'overv of tlio au, plea,
aul and ielr'lniiK to the taaie, act Koutly
and oaillv'ly on kldnev. liver and bowel,
(.'leauaiiig tho enura vuiu, dlael cold,
cur houilaohe, fever, habitual roiiatlpalloo
and bliluuanoa. I'leaao buy and try a box
of C. C ('. lo-duy; 10, , UJ tenia. buld aud
(uarautood lo cur by all drutgiata.
Ladles' gowDs, skirts, chemise and
drawers also for ailasee and children
cheaper than you can buy tbs material at
tJoldsn Ruls Dry Goods company.
Fort Grant, A. T , April 4. 0ns of ths
most sowsrwful dan cm grta In Bon Its
for many montlis was held on tbs night
of the 2d, fWen by Mrs. Bud MoCllntock
and friends of Bon Its, In honor of ths
birthday of hsr slntor. MIhs Kthul Usury,
and Mrs. F. 8. Milllgan. About thirty
fly Coo pi en were present.
Troop F, Seventh United Slates cav
alry will return from San Carlos, A. T,
when relieved by troop C, which left the
Ths Fort Grant social club g ve their
regular weekly Lop rYsdueexlay svenlug,
about twenty couples being present. All
bad a good time.
L. L. Palmer, of Crlppls Creek, Colo,
speut one day taut week lu the poet re
turning from th Clark mining districts
of Graham county, whers be ban been la
ths Intercut of a company of mining men
of Colorado, air. Palmer la an expert of
eonslderabls sxperienc and in au Inter
view with your oorreepondvnt ststed that
Graham county was lbs coming mining
district of Arliooa.
Frank Hitching, who has been reced
ing treatiueut lu tb post hoNpllal for a
gun shot wound received In ths knes
during street fight In Klondike, A. T.,
had bis log amputated last Wsdneedsy,
and ws ars pleaeed to say that bs Is
ails Kva Bogers, who has spent sev
eral mouths In Grant, expects to rsturn
soon to ber boms In Pima, A. T. Her
many friends regrst her departurs from
Ths mortality of dogs has Increased In
ths post during the past ten daya owing
to the fact that the Colonel Imued an
order to kill all dogs found In the post
not mUtXled. F0BT GB4.NT.
Tbs board of suDerrtsora settled with
ths sheriff for licenses collected daring
tbs qusrter ending March SI, amounting
to i O.023.
The firm of Rokohl A Grlffln, In the
Windsor hotel bar, was dissolved by mu
tual consent, air. Rokohl having pur
chased his partner 'a Interest, air. Grlf
flo Is preparing to open a new saloon in
the old Kilts restaurant room.
Deputy Sheriff Pets Boscha earns up
from Congress wltb a man named Ames,
convicted of malicious nilachlef, and sen
tenced to sixty dsys In the county jail.
The fas of airs. Strong, a Prescott
woman, Is a sad one. Bha formerly lived
In New Mexico, where, In years past, shs
saw hsr husband and all bar children dls
savs one son. lis left boms and shs had
not beard from him for years. Shs bad
mourned him as dead, but a few months
ago she was ovsrjoysd to bear of bis
whereabouts, and waa contemplating a
visit to Washington state, whers be la
located, when th sad nsws came the
other day of bis dangerous illness and
probable death, Bhe left at once for
J. t. Morrill, agsd 71 years, died at his
home west of Prescott. He was an old
timer in this section and a highly re
spected cltlaen. bs leaves five sons and
Col Frank C. Hatch left Phoenix a few
days since for Costa Rica where be la en
gaged In th construction of a railroad.
H. C. Adams, brother of Mayor J. C,
Adams, of Phoenix, has been aDDolnted
deputy postmaster of ths capital city.
Kariy on last Saturday morning a
stranger called at Frakes' livery stable
and hired a horse and cart, saying hs
wsnted to drive to a ranch four and a
half miles went of town and would re
turn about noon. The nlnht cams with
out blm, and Sunday morning Mr. Frakes
instituted an Inquiry. DeDutr sheriffs
set out and scoured the country In everv
direction, but could get no trace of the
man, boras or cart.
There waa a sanguinary affair at ths
stock yards on Saturday night last. A
maddened steer dashed at a Gallup, N.
man, who was riding one of ths best
horse from Gibson's stables. He Dlumred
a horn into the horse's breast and there
was a bloody fountain. Horse and rider
wsntdown. Then there waa work for
the cowboys. Rlata after riata waa
broken, but at last the steer was draircred
down by tbres ropej. Hie bores were
sawed off and hs waa put on a car to bs
mads Into stesks for the delectation of
tb Crescent Coal company of Gallup.
Tbs horsa 1 breathing through ths hols
in nis breast, but there Is a chance of
A few daya ago the territorial trsunrv
received $10.ouo forfeit on a bond deal.
ARIZONA AT LA BOB.
Charles J. Scballowiti fell down a sev
enty five foot chuts at Jerome a few
dsys ago, and received Injuries from
which hs died.
M. W. Harter, an old-tlms Arizona
miner, but recently of Mlnas Prletas,
Mux, died a few days since at Nogalss of
Ths Presbyterian church Is to be moved
from Tombstone to Clifton, the Arlxona
Presbytery having decided on this move
at its last meeting.
On Msy 6, Tucson will vote on the
proposition of laHUlng bonds In tbs sum
of 100,000 for city Improvements. Ths
Star says that usually special elections
call out few voters, but that In this case
ths full vote of ths town Is expected to
Bisbee is to have a new postofflcs build
ing. Ths arrangements havs gous as far
as ths completion of ths plans for ths
structure. It will be a two story affair,
located on Main street. Its rqulpmeut
will be of tbs latest pattern, which In
cludes combination lock boxes.
George Brown, of Phoenix, went to
Mesa City and placed anew long distance
telephone receiver In ths central oftlne of
that lively town.
Santa r Ulalrlct Court.
In chambers Judgs McFle ordered en
tered a decree granting au absolute
divorce to plaintiff In ths matter of
Miguel Arsgon vs. Maria ds la Mevas
Mnscareuas ds Aragon, of Taos couuty.
In re K. L. Hartlett vs. tbs Mexico
Southeastern Railroad company, ths or
der heretofore made by Judgs McKle
granting ths plaintiff a temporary In
junction agaluat tbs dufeudaut company
was mads perpetual, and the appolut
meut of Henry W. Lehman, of Chicago,
as receiver of ths company was con
firmed. Ths Injunction forbids ths eoro
pauy from contracting any nor debts
until its past transactions ar satisfac
Tbs Palatine Firs loeorance company,
limited, this morning filed a suit sgslnet
W. 8. Griffin et al. to recover money
alleged to be due tbe plaintiff company
from Urlfllo, as agent, aud bis boudemeu.
An execution wns this morning liteued
against Henry Pulilman lor the recovery
of a fine of Vi and costs axenMd
against the defendant by the Jury lu an
aMoult and battery action tried during
the lait term of ths dlalrict Court.
Heitila Lopet ds Arssoa has brutiglit
suit against Laureuo Aragou lu ths
Santa Fs county dtatrict court for di
vorce. The ground tor hs suit is aban
donment. Befora Jmlgs McKle, this morning, Fe
lipe Gontales, of Taos, was adjudged In
sans and ordered placed In the astlum at
Las Vegas. Gonaales, who Is about (0
years of ags has beeu vloleutly crsty
since Jauuary ll, and on February IU,
while suffering flora a violent attack of
freuiy, hs aseaulted Marie Andrea Mon
toy a wltb a club. Inflicting Injuries from
which shs died two days later, lis hi
been In Confinement ever since.
Clerk Burgers says tbat business in his
office for ths quarter ending March 81
was better tliau In any corresponding
period slues 18;, tbe tees collected
amounting to 1103. New Mexlcau.
More ttuld atlae.
Stories of big "fiudx" of gold reach us,
not only from ths Kloodike, but from
many pans of the country not hitherto
suHpevlexl of being Veined by tbe preciou
metal. A tremendoiw impetus to niluing
industry and tbs development by syndi
cate of capitalists of natural wealth lo
num-rous directions baa reeuited. Ths
oxposiirs and hardships of frontier nilu
era havs ever been productive of rheuma
tism, one of ths miatl otmtluat and ago
ultlng of complaints. As a means of
ameliorating and preventing this mil
aily, Hoeteller's Htomscb bitter Is un
equalled. Tlieaclliui of this due medicine
Is also speedily felt In cartes of malaria,
dyepepiic and kidney and bladder com
plaints. Lumbago aud other Infirmities
Incident to advancing years ars also
counteracted by IU
WARRANTS SHOULD RB FUNDED.
Innocent Holders Rot to Suffer Current
Fundi Hot to be Used.
Tbs following opinion Is self-explana
Tkhhitort or Kiw Mexico,
Utiles of rtollcitor (ieneral
Mauta Fe. March SO, imttt.
Hon. Placldo Pandoval, Superintendent Pub
Dear Sir: Your favor of ths 2yth. en
closing letter from a principal of schools,
requesting an opinion In a case where
ths old board of school directors went out
of ollice without complying with ths
liatenian law, lu regard to issuing bonds
to pay on several hundred dollars of old
school warraots then outstanding, and
asking whether these old warrants should
bs p. id out of this year's funds, or
whether this year's f uuds could bs ap-
Elled In paying this year'a warrants, has
ad my attention, aud in reply would
'hspter 42. laws of 1W7. common!?
known as ths Bstemsn law, whs Inteuded
to couvert all outstanding warrants and
other evidences of debt of achool districts,
Into bonds, provlslou for the payment of
which was made In ths act; such bonds
to be Issued on ths first Monday In
Angut, 1K.U7, and to bear luterest at the
rate of 6 per cent per aunum.
If, by ths neglect and failure of ths
board to givs ths proper nottos and lssus
these bouds, the holder of tbe warrants
should not suffer thereby. But these
warrants should be treated as bonds and
ths new board should Issns bonds In lien
thereof as of date ths first Monday In
Angust, 18117. Until that Is done these
old warrants should be treated the same
as bonds and a proper levy made for their
payment. School funds arising In ths
current year cannot be used for the pay
ment of any of this old Indebtedness
Vsry truly yours,
Kdward L. Bartlktt,
Solicitor (ieneral of New Mexico.
INCORPORATION PAPERS FILEP.
Live Stock and Land Enterprises In tbe
Ths following corporations havs tiled
articles with the territorial secretary
during ths past twenty four hours, says
Berremto Land & Live Stock company
Incorporators, John W. Poe, W. 8.
Prager and Nathnu Jaffa; objects, deal
ing lu land and live stock; lire, fifty ears;
directors, same as Incorporators; capital
stock, fKi.Om; principal place of bus
Alamo Gordo Improvement company
Incorporators, W. A. Hawkins, J. A. Kddy,
A. S.Grelg. J.L. Blckford aud L. L. Camp
bell; objects. Improving and reclaiming
lands; capital stock, foOO.OOO; life, fifty
years; directors, same as ths Incorpora
tors; principal place of business, Hueco,
Dona Ajia county. New Mexico.
The Pino Altos Gold Mining company,
a company organ lied under tbs laws of
California and doing busluess lo the ter
ritory of New Mexico, has filed a certifi
cate wtlb ths territorial secretary, desig
nating Pi no Altos as Its principal place
of business, and George Turner as Its
ageut In New Mexico.
There will bs a regular communica
tion of Temple Lodge No. 6, A. F. and A.
M., at Masonic ball this evening at 8
o'clock sharp. Visiting brethren iuvited.
By order of W. M. C. W. Mkulkk.
STAY AWAY FROM ALASKA.
Word Seot Out by Frank Canton, a
The Bulletin, of Buffalo, Wyoming,
prints an Interesting letter from Frank
Cautou, who was sent to Alaska lust sum
mer as a deputy I'ulled Biate marshal.
The letter was sent from Kampart City
ou November 2l. At that date, Mr. Cau
tou writes, the ground was frozen to
bedrock. The days were Retting short, as
It commenced getting dark at 8 p. ui.,
daylight at 8 a. m., aud sunshine but
three hours each day. Tbs snow was
about three feet deep and the average
temperature degrees below li-ro.
Prices of provisions were exceedingly
high as for the plainest kind of living It
would cost a muu flJoo a year to live.
The country has beeu pretty well pros
pected; the best claims discovered on
American torytory are aloug the Ml nook
creek. Mr. Cautou has secured six placer
claims but hud nut sutlicieutly pros
pected them to kuow their value. The
cost of living hardship to endure, and
dIUicultlea to overcome, are so great that
only a few men do well lu that country, j
Mr. Cautou says: "If I had It to do over j
again I would not come to this country,
aud If I had a friend who wauted to
Come I would say decidedly, 'Do not
Room moulding. Wbltusy Co.
EMTERPRISB OUT WEST.
Ths Blf Lumber Companies of Flagstaff
ana Wililsmi. ,
Flagstaff. Ant , April 6. -Visiting ths
large yards aad mills of ths Arisona
Lumber company at this place ths other
day, your Correspondent found au activity
prevailing that Was a harbinger of good
lime for Flagstaff for some time to
l bs ctimpMiiy has Just begun its il lib
eries of hewn ties to the Santa Ks I'ai lllc
railway at points between Flagstaff and
William. This contract, by the way, lit
(or fivs years, aud Is ths largest hewn tls
contract ever cloeed lu the weal Stipu
lated In It, also. Is the delivery of a large
quantity of piling and sawed lumber.
The securing of this Contract by ths
Arltona Lumber company means tbs em
ployment of from 300 to 5i0 men th
year around, furnishing work In addition
for many teams.
As a result number of families ars
coming In from Colorado and New Mex
ico and eolonliiug lo this vicinity. They
are taking op little patches of land and
havs begun f aliening lo a small way, the
men folk being engaged In making tie
while other members of his household
look after tbe little farm. A few bead of
stock ars kept aud a varied lot of garden
truck raised. General Mauager Rlordao,
"peaking about the contract, said to our
"It is not generally kuowo, but It la a
(set, nevertheless, that Arlxoua contains
ths largest virgin pine forest In ths
world; that Is, ths largest unbroken for
est of pine."
The forest referred to touches the rail
way at point near Flagstaff and
stretches for 170 nlles southeast Into
New Mexico, having an average width of
Five different companies ar now en
gaged getting lumber from this forest.
1 bey luclude, beside tb Arlxoua Lum
ber company, tb Saginaw, Greenland,
Claik and Kvaus and th J.M.Dennis
Lumber companies, lh Arlxona re
cently completed an addition to It box
factory, ths product of which is Increas
ing as the duiand come from th Cali
fornia fruit crop. A new logging loco
motive and a number of logging car
havs just been purchased. Fifteen mile
of railway la building to tb lumber tl
eampa owned by the company. A big
season's business la ahead of this firm,
and the membi rs of the company feel
correspondingly cheerful over the out
look. It means new Uie for Flagstaff.
While at Williams a visit was paid to
ths Saginaw Lumber company's mam
moth yards and mills aud tbe oluoe of
the J. M. Dennis company. The pros
pect found at both was probably nsver
brighter. Ths addition to the town of
Williams, known as Saginaw, con talus
In Itself hundred or more neat little
homes, all new. The mills are rnnnlug
steadily. Tbe J. M. Dsnnls company has
more contracts than It can conveniently
fill at this time. Th Rambler.
Fr of Char g la atrrr.
Cut this out and take It to your drug
gist and get a sample tiottle free of lr.
hllug's New Discovery, for Consumption,
Coughs aud Colds. They do not ask you
to buy before tryiug. This will show you
ths great merits of this truly wonderful
remedy, aud show you what can be a
eonipltshed by the regular size bottle.
Tbis Is no experiment, aud would be dis
astrous to ths proprietors did they not
kuow It would invariably cure. Many of
the beet physicians are now using It In
their practice with great results, and urs
relylug on It In most severe cases. It la
guaranteed. Trial bottles fre at any
drug stors. Regular six 50 cents aud
tl. J. a. v Kieiiy &, co.
A BORRIBLB DEATH.
Two Arizona Miners Snfler a Frightful
One day last week two men were killed
lu the Grand Central shaft at La Colo-
raits, by ill t xploslou. They had fired
the fuses uf a big blast at the bottom,
and rung ths hoiat to take them up. For
some reaaou It was slow lu sturtlng, aud
they Jumped out of ths cage. Just as
they Jumped ths cnge tt tried. One was
caught between ths cugs and the tim
bers aud rolled all the way up to the
seven huudretl tisit level, falling out
at the station a crushed and maugled
corpse. The other escaped from ths cags
and started up the ladder. He had uot
gnue fur before au explosion shook him
off the ladder aud he fell to the bottom
of ths shaft just as ths other shot In
ths blast exploded. Immediately killing
and frightfully maugliug blm. Arlxoua
It you ars a republican and believe lu
the policy of protection, tlien why not
uphold your theories by taking out your
policy lor protecllnu agaiust Ure In that
grand, old, true and tried American In
stitution, the Insurance Company of
.Nortn America, which baa protected
Americans to ths exteut of over 1'Jo.uui.-
isxj of losses from Ure. Or If you desire
to be doubly protected, take a policy of
ths Philadelphia Underwriters, gnarau
teed by two of America's forunt com
panies, backed by over ld,UU.UU0 of
good American assets.
Rooms 4 aud 6 Grant block.
A kUoBrtlaar Keturua.
W. W. Wallace, a railroad man hers,
who married Miss Minuis Brlnegar, aud
went to Pusblo, Colo., ou ths 2"th of Jan
uary, left that place for ths Klondike.
Last Tuesday morning he arrived at home,
a mere shadow of himself. Hs had the
"Black Death,' a diseass which Is sweep
ing hundreds from ths list of Immigrants
luto Alaska. This disease lasts ouly from
fifteen to twenty-four hours, aud not one
out of ten ever recovers. There Is also
danger of a relapse, aud from ths second
attack recovery Is unknown. Wallace
says that there were five men dead In oue
tent, Just across ths road, ths day hs was
sick Thers would havs beeu no hope of
hiui but that his bunk-mats was a doctor
who stood by him. Las Vegas Optic
Catarrh. Cauuut lie Cured
with local applications, a they cauuot
reach ths seal of the disease. Catarrh Is
a blood or constitutional disease, and lu
order to cure it you must taks Internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Curs is taken
Interuslly, aud acts directly ou the blood
ami in neons surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is uot a quack medicine. Il was
prescribed by oue of the belt physicians
in this country tor years, and is a regu
lar prescription. It is composed uf ths
best louics kuowu, Combined with the
best blood purl tier a, acting directly ou
the mucous surfaces. The perfect Com
bination of the two lugredleuls Is what
produces such wonderful results lu cur
ing cutarrh. Send fur testimonials, free.
F.J. L'UKNkY ii Co., Prop.,
Sold by druggists, price 73c.
t.lu. at Vour Hot.. ia Huh earia.
t afiuy ( ulriurtlc, turr tottipuu.Hi rnami I
Iuw.Bjc. Ii U c C. fall, Uruiin. rtluuJ uiulc
In tn heart of ever
tnan and ia the arml
every woman there)
s vacuum that eaa
ily be filled by a
child, la America
there are too many
All tb love and
passion of conrt
ahip nd all the
III Of IB
tn hlttev itti Hnn
tti Hp of Oi weddrd coeple to who
borne there never come the putter of
One canae, more than any other, con
tribute to ruakin; the ten of thousand
of childle, an. I consequently unhappy,
homes all over thi country. The csna 1
often the nn-onrion. fnnlt of the wife. A
woman who snlTcr from weakness and di
ee of the distinctly feminine orvaniam la
unfitted for motherhood, and if h ha
children it wilt probably be at the Mcrificc
of her own life. rr Tirrce'a Farotitr Pre
scription ia a wonderful medicine for wom
en vho anfror in thl way. It acta directly
on the delicate and Important or an con
cerned n wifehood nd motherhood. It
mnke them (front, healthy, via-nrou. vi
rile and elastic. It baniahr the aqueam
ihnea of the expectant period and make
baby' advent eay and a I moat painlr. It
insure the little new-comer' health and
a bountiful aupply of nourishment Thou
sand, of home that were childle. and
nnlmppy now echo with tb prattle of
healthy babyhood, a the retail of th m
of thi. mrvelou mrdicine.
When I ("run takln Pr Pierce' fnerUrlae
I w. wry au k," wrllc Mr R D. M.rere of
Schuyler, Colfna Co., Nbr , iKo 170.
not B-er nvthinf on rev atntnern and an
prtlinf worae. Mr hiMlsind fnt m two bottle
of Pr rirc-i Crllrn Merlk-al Maiovery two
of ht Fnvorlte PrecrlpHon ' and fo.ir of hm
Plranl Pvlleta (At I III. time I had hrea pre-.
Bant ahrsrt two month ) I be taking; th
medicine, and In Ira than wrrk 1 could eat
anvthin The ' Ka write frer-Hp4tn ' I th
boat medicine In th world (or prospectl moth
er.. lv hrallh I better now than N has been
for twelve yeer. My little ,,rl t mm
month, ntd and t. well and healthy. I 00 not
think I ahnuld have had my baby II we had not
ntttntned aomrthlnf to build up my yttel 4
Twenty one one-cent .tamp cover th
msilinn of a paper covered copy of Doctor
Pierce'e Common Sena Medical Adviaer.
Cloth bound, tl .tamp. Send to lf. K. V
Ptarrc. Buffalo, N. V.
Wall paper at Futrelle's.
Dipping tanks. W hltney Co,
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Qneeusware, glassware and tinware al
Msttreiwes of all kinds made to order
Novelties In onr queenswars depart
ment. W hltney Co.
New suits of furniture cheaper than
wcond hand at Futrell'a.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Hold avenue.
Insure your life In the Kqultable. Wal
ler N. Far k hurst, general manager
See the window display of new spring
goods at tbe dry good store tbe Econo
mist. If yon want anything In the binding
or Job printing Hue, call at Thi Citiikn
Palmetto filter cotton top niattresses
ars ths best; made and sold by W. V.
Buy yonr camp stoves and have yonr
tin-work done at the Star tlnshop, Svv
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. He has tbe nicest tresn
meats lu the cltv.
Hot chile con came served sverv nlu-ht
at ths Paradise. lo not miss It Bache
chl tilomt, proprietors.
Kutreile buys furniture In ear lots and
pays ths cash for same, aud can't bs un
dersold, and don't forget.
Leave orders at the M Iceberg for
Pahst's siport and "blue rlhoon" beers
In quarts aud pints. Charlue hi. Geacn,
Have your roof painted with asphalt
elastic roof paint and your leaky root re
paired with asbestos oemeut. A. W.
Uayden has It.
The best place for good. Juicy steaks
and roasts and all kluds of meats, kept
In a first class market, at Kleinwort a.
north Third street.
Just received a large assignment of
11ns California Grape brandy, spring 12,
which we will sell to saloon keepers at
fS.80 per gallon. Original package. O.
bachechl & U. Glotnl.
We would have no trouble with Spain
If sho ouly realized ths Immense strength
and resources of our nation. It you un
derstood our ability to provide tor ths
wishes of our patrons you would not go
elsewhere. I latin X Co., N. T. Arml Jo
Ths Rev. W. II. Weaver, pastor of the
l. H. church, Dlllshurg, Pa , recognises
ths value of Chamberlain's Cough
Keiurdy, and doea not hesitate to tell
other alsiut It. "I have used Chamber
Iain's Cough Kaiuedy." bs aays, "aud find
It an excellent medicine for colds, ootiglis
and hoarseness." Mo does sveryone who
gives It a trial. Bold by all druggists.
WANTED, rukt SALS AMD htBHT.
Wanted A girl for general housework,
at Mrs. Kd. Koaenwald's, 717 Copper avs
uue. Malum NuKiUM), Clairvoyant,
Palmist aud Magnetic Healer. can be con
sulted ou all affairs of life, Ulvs love
and lucky charm. Will rail at residence;
uo extra charge. 2v South Second street,
To Hell Two modern 8 room cottages;
two horses; three wagous; all kluds of
household goods. W. V. Kutreile.
Cows for sale I have several good
milkers; klud and gentle. Address John
K. Jams, poetottloe box W, or call at res
idence. No. 44)2 West Silver avenue.
Amerltaus are the most luventlvs peo
ple ou earth. To them have beeu Issued
nearly imK),iuJ patents, or more than one
third of all ths patents Issued lu ths
world. No discovery of modern years
hss been of greater benefit to mankind
than Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
lilarrhuf Kemedy, or has dons mors to re
lieve aurTerlnsj and pain. J. W. Vaugn,
of Oaktou, Ky., say: "I havs used
Chauihsrlain's'Colio, Cholera aud Diar
rhuta Keiuedy In my family for several
years, ami Hud It to bs ths best medicine
I ever used for cramps In the stomach
aud bowels." Kor sals by all druggists.
Whether on pleasure bent or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
Kigs, as It acts most pleasautly and ef
fectually cu ths khlusys, liver, aud
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and
other forms of sickness. Kor sale In bo
cent buttles by all leading drngglsts.
Manufactured by the California Fig Sy
rup Co. ouly.
A HtulliftM Chauo.
I have to-day sold ths grocery business
heretofore carried ou lu my name to J.
L. iiell A Co., aud recommend ths Dew
firm 10 the cusUimers who have so liber
ally patronized ms In ths past. I thank
ths public for the patrousge which I havs
received. Those wishing to settle out
standing accounts may find ms at the
old stand, now occupied by ths new firm.
K. K. TuoTTIH.
Ths firm of J. L. Hell A Co. havs
opened a jfrooery In the stand formerly
occupied by K. if. Trotter, aud lnvlls In
spection of stock and prices. We solicit
a share of your patronage.
J. L. Bru. & Co.
Albuquerque, N. tf April 2, ls'Jtt.
lirauty J liluotl lleep,
fh.iii Mood inciiiia a rh.iii akin. Xo
Itcuiiy wuli, mt it. t 'usrurvta, lanilyfatli.il'
tic iliuu )oiir blood and keep it clean, by
l mum up the buy liver and ill-mug all im
iiuniu from the body, llcgio today to
hiliiih pinipl,-, boil., llol. hia, blackhead,
and thut aukly bilious complexion by taking
( am areta, beauty for ten conn. All drug
gifla, natisfactHiu guaranteed, luc, 20c, &V,
Attend the great dress goods sale at Ths
DR. IHAKAllS CRtlAMOH,
OFFICI AND RKS1DKNCS 0 West
Oold .vena. Hour i to IS a. m.', Ste
S and to S p. m.
Special attention given to eorJ fnrffery.
Antomattc 1 elepboo SSS.
DM. BISHOP tSISHOP,
HOMCROPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND
Burgeon OSi and reatdenc over poet
office. 7ildteleph.cn (re. Srw Telephon
ISS. Mr, atari on Hiabnp.M l , oflice Vionr,
to a p. an. tr.nk D. Biehop, M, !.. oftlc
honr. S to to a. m.. and 1 to S and T to I p. aa.
1 ak elevator at Whltney'a.
JOHN TASXIHBR, M. D
1)HYSIl'IAN AND BL'Ktf hON-OWce and
realdrnce, SO? north r iflb ftrset. Honr. I
to SandS SO to 7:SO p.m. Special atteolin
flveo to chronic and dlaraee of women. Old
telephone . Call, made in itavtlm only.
H. U. JunMNOH,
ABCHtTKCT-PUn. .peclflctlon. and es
timate fnmlahed fi all clave of hnlld
let and arcltitertntal work. Uftiiei SOS Wt
'MCI and realdenr. No 41 1 WrS Hold
vhiie. Telenhrfe No nfti... k,..M
Stc ., m. 1 Iw to S:SO and 7 in S p. to.
U. ahaatwday, IS. l. I. M. ka.ter.Uy, U. D.
W. O. BOPS, M. D
Of PICK UOIJKS lnlll S . m. and from
I :u lu so and tiom 7 lo S p. m. tirt.ee
and residence t'JU VYeet (fold arauu, Alba
anerqu, N. M.
K. 4. ALUER, U. D. S.,
flliNTIST-)mc, Ksim and 4. Whltlt,
biwk, cornet tr.ud .enu and Hecoi.d
vtret. IJftli e boor., a a, m, tu lSilip.
d lilt lu S'Sop. in.
SlRRKARIl . RUHR,
ATTOKNKY-AT LAW, Albnuiierqne, N.
M. Pnimpt attention given to all balne
pertalnlne to the profesalon. Will practlc In
all courts uf the territory and befor tb United
State land bHic.
WILLIAM D. LRK,
A TTORNKV AT LAW. OBlc. mom 1,
i. N. T. Armllo biilblinf. V ill practlc In
an uie conn ol tne temtis-y.
Johnston a PINicAL,
A TTOK NR YS-AT LAW. Albnrineniu. N,
f a. m. unice, rnuin ana a, Mret N ational
R. w. u. sans
1 TTOHNKT-AT-LAW, Altmqnerqne. N
a. H. Olbc. hum Natloual Bank buildlna
PRAM K W. ULANCf,
-, , 'mn . iwnn antj , n
. Annuo buildlna, Albuu,iierqu, N. at.
'nuuwv avt . n. a .
R. W, DOIISOM,
. TTORNKY AT LAW. OfHr over Rob-
l enaon a artsery alors, Albuquenjue, N. M
H. H. Warkontin
Albaqaerqae Bowling Parlors!
Coram first Bl and Copper Ave.
Tbsflnett Bowlln Alley In th Snnthwcat.
The flew Chicago
18 one of the nicest rorts In the
city, and Is supplied with the
best aud Quest liquors.
HEISCfl A BETZLER Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Boom by the day,
week or mouth.
809 Waat Railroad Avinn.
THE FAVORITE SALOON
THK OOLD UTAH I Yon ahould not Q
, . P. but call and take social alaaO
Ulgbc!aaLiqujmwUnd here. A
O Hatlafactlon to all DKLL'CCA'8 ld.
EaoU.ul Uecr, It la th rule,
To kaap it alway. iharp tailU
Gran a Wine ar. here, ol flavor uue, g
All kloda. Imported and native, to V
Of Clear. Ui chulfMi brauila r know, fx
Hellabl and pure, whr't
I ook In. Uien i pay a vi.it anon. VT
1-S lotbe famous J( 11 .11 H r i 11 BAIXVnrM
Depend upuo It, near or far. A
Nun can com pet with th HOLD
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
Very Finest tVii.es,
Liquors and Cigars
Tklid Htreet aad fljerai Avsaae.
Atlantic Boor Halll
SCHNEIDER LIX, PHOPs.
Cool KT Bsstoadranghti ths Bost Natlv
Wlos sod ths vsrp bl of flrat-elaa
Uqaon. Oiv n s call.
ailboao AvsatJB, Alboqobbqob.
A Kales tlmmm.
Grand a Parentll from them we reap, n
all kluila of Llquora. Uu aud cba 1
Keiiauie uuanty w Net uere. A
lo aell pure (issla la their lde
Alway cool ami .harp, their Hrer, L"
UUlt uneil lulled far o. nea 1
Noble Wine, all pauona n-ret, fj
I inported aud dorneatic, t Stm k romplat d
relltiuua C'lasra, too. her we gam, Kl
cbolceat rlavora we nbtal 1 v
LTn client Koc.,i. Isitli clran and ueat, 1
. at sow on Houth Klrat Sire 1
D, thu at Albuuueruue there arc plenty I
OC wholavottrKANUii; PAHKNTl
C HIGHLAND CREEKHOUSE
Oor. Uol4 Av, nan arm St.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Buy or SelL
BOO OortD AVH.
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Ilsrnsss, Saddles, Saddlery,
Haddlerr Hardware, Cut Boles, Hhoe
Nails, Harues. Chains, Whilst, Collars,
Rweat Pads, CsHtor till. Axis Ornate,
ltoeton Coach Oil, Unto Negro, Koddy
llarveater OIl.NsatsfootOil, Lard Oil,
HarueesOII, Linseed OILCastllsHoap,
Harness Hoap, Carriage Hpouges
Chamois Skin, Horse Medicines.
XrlO tlX XjO'TPVOaT.t.
Highest Market Prices Paid tor Hides
Thos. F. Keloher,
404 Railroad Av. Albuausrqu.
City : Drug : Store
Third St. and Railroad Ave.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints Oils, Etc. I
WHOLESALE AND HIT AIL
W. Y. WALTON, Proprietor
Httccor to Plllabnry a Walton.
BALUNQ BROH., rsoraiBTOB.
Weddini? CakeT a Specialty !
We Desire Patronage, and ws
Qaaraotee Flrst-Olass Baking.
Taleraph order aollclted and Promptly Killed
Hl'hHl Cb Prloa Paid
Kor furniture, stove, carpets, elothlng,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoe, eto.
Hart's, 111 Gold avenue, neit to Walls
Vargo K i ureas ollice. bee me before you
buy or sell.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorised Capital ....IjOOrtW Of
Paid-up Capital, Sorploa
The Bank of Commerco io Albnqiieitiue.li. 0.
! lrOI.i. SUSSSSS
Saltatta iMaaat aaS UTn
kt. , Otsbo, Praldn I, C, BAlnaitMie. Lnviber. W, C. LsoSaSO, Capttalist
B. P. ScaoaTsa, Vies-Prldnt. A. ItaaaawK, lletmana Brrak, Wsoi.
W.g.BTaicai sa. Caahlm. A. M, Bt AOBWSLi, UroM. Blacktrall Co., Orrcsvs
B. J. fcaansoa-. Attnt Chlr. W. A. Vuwiu, WbolMal DrtatitM.
Depository for Atchison, Toppk k Santa F Fallwa".
cjwjrxeta, n. m. ALBUQUERQUE. 17. II.
T.T ICtNOcI Or XX
Gr. HENRY, m;. r
Student or Dr. Phillip Rleord af Fraaaa. '
f3vrliilitai a. Opoolaltv
THTBTT-8H TKARH' PHACT1CK. HM 0SLX THIATID.
A COrl en.rintM.il In r , n. t H k . . . . . . .
feonnrrh.. nVt wt....I -..iT.iii- " j
" i. .urnm, vureu WHO ITT. It corn ' w f.nCQ lraa.' . I.MHI
rT?i?2T"""i"TJ'nr ww,ia TUKrfg LrAVS. NO CUBKHH, 8 AN b A LWuoS 0 tTnor
nHir.i . "i Ji""Pn'""'" emlnl loam, nlalit mlaalon. Inaomnla. deaoondapry,
i orTeapind.no aolleliadi
UOO patlnlQCCefllV Clired Within thA immt nlnm mmmwm 1 .n 1 W. m-l
. . .-,,, uiw oi:ru in loa woriu a iiihui tai. ran. BteraraniaBi u.aa
",n?.''?l",.n- l""le. Ortl e Bo 7 rWv.nte.nili ctraet. near (.baeapa, 1iv., Ctilu.
nallali, French. Werinan Poll. Ik Hiinlan and Bohemian apokiin, WaaaatltaAlM aad Use
MilMlla. Wimm t orre.unnd.no Mlllelladl aarlirU anntlitantial
W. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, feet!
Second St., Between Railroad and Copper Area. -
Heraaa and Malaa Baatjht aad Bxaaaxfad.
Aganta for Celambaa Baggy CampaavJ
Tb Baat Turuoata la th City.
Carriagei, Road Carta, Spring Wagon. Victor las.
Buggies, Phaetona, Etc, tor Sale, tin
AddrM W. L. TRIMBLE k
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTHE. Ptodsu
(Soeoesaart to Ftank IL Joasa.) '
Finest Utiles, Imported ind
The Coolest aid H!rfaest Grade af Lifer Sorrel.
Finest Billiard Hall in the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigaw
rPOTI & GRAM! to thflm we ollng. I
A Tlislr GK0CRRIR8 havt UiS nooloa rlnU
Of TRAS and OOKFKKS and CANNKU (HH)U8 rars,
Tbs prloa Uwt oharn Is alwart tall
fPlisy sU ths dnsst UOKH BKKB, V ' .
A. To nuULN tlialr ravtmna la thai lAaxa.
jn WINK8 A LIQIIOHfl, we alwajs dud
Tbnfl oompstfttna Uisj dnfy.
Agents for Coyote Canyon Lime
New THepbnre 24.7. 21 H, 215
R. P. HALL.
Iron aad Braae Caatiurst Or, OoaJ BadLombar Caret fciUnf , Pullsra, Orata Bars
DauDii aiauii i uoiiuans and iron Front for talIi:inrB apUr sa
MlriiDc aad MU1 Maohlnary a Bpwlaltf.
FOUNDRY: '0E RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Retains No ptMiura
bvictt V Hie or Buck,
iib Coutfurt. I Kvf oiov,
I TDIIOC 1
f B WsaVW J
Kaav to Wtir.
the ST. EJIi3VCO
SAMPLE AND OLUB ROOM'
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT, Proprietor.
.ISO Wsit Railroad Aa. Albua.arc a
Us 8. DET0SIT0IIT.
DepceHory for the Atlantic A
ytdc kd4 Lh Atchiaoo,
TopckA SaeU F
CPPiCESS ltD dosctcss:
U. W. FTA0TJBN0T ....TIoPrslds)
A. A. flBAJTT.
00 CATSKILL, N. HI.
" .T T. 1. -r'v'l. FV-'
aod Transfer Stables
CO.. Albqneqn Sew Meilco
Dcufesttc lines n Ccgsnl
.Tbs obotost4 qoalitj of oraTT klai )
TOTI A UBADI eant bo tsaltar 1
delivery to all parts o! the city
AND 217 NOBTH THIRD 8T
and Machine Works
216 Railroad Avenue.
lutnal TelepbODt iiV llbaqnerqce, I. M.