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Both the method ana resnlu when
Byrnpof Figa ii taken; it is pleasant
ref reehinf to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kitineys,
wrer and Bowel, cleanse the sys
tem effectually, dispels oolds, bead
achea and fevera and cnre habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figa la the
only remedy of it kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taate and ac
ceptable to the atomaeh, ttrompt In
it action and truly beneficial in ita
effect, prepared only from the moat
healthy and agreeable aubetanoea, ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figa ia for aale in 60
eent bottle by all leading drag,
gist. Any reliable drnggut who
may not have it on hand will pro
eure it promptly for any one who
wishea to try it. Do not aooept any
CALIFORNIA HQ SYRUP CO.
$ ntmutoo. ol
aamuu, a. urn rot. ar.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
ttnu f Sebeerlplloau
Pally, by mall, on year , $4 00
pally, by mall, ii month! a 00
lsily, by mall, thre months. .... & 60
txily, by mall, on month 50
ally, by carrier, on month 70
'rf kly, by mall, per yrar a 00
Till Daily Citiiim will b delivered In
the city at tli low rat o HO trail pt week,
or for 7 rente per month, when paid monthly.
The ratra ar Ina than thow of any other
dally paper In the territory.
ADVKRTISINO RATES man known on
application at th offic of publication.
THB CITIZKN lob offic la on of h bt
in th southwest, and all kinds of job print.
n I cutd with neatness and at ioarsst
TUK BINPKRY, last added, la eomplet
a and well fitted to do any kind of bindin.
THE CITIZEN will be bandied at th pffic
Subscriptions will b collected by 11. H.
TlLTOM, or can be paid at th ntftc.
OTICK la hereby tlven that order flven
by emDlovrs noon TH ClTIIBM will not
b honored anlea previously ndord by th
THK CITIZKN I on aa! at the following
place In th city i B, K. Newcomer, 911
Railroad aveouet Hawley'a Newa Depot, South
Hecond street: U. A. Mataoo Co', No. soft
ksllrosd avenue, and Harvey's Baling Hou
at th depot.
THK FRRK LIST Th fre lie of Tbb
citizsm imnol Notice of Mirth, Mar.
tMiea, t unerale. Deaths, Church Services and
utcrtalnmente where no admission Ischaravd.
Keillors and Publishers.
Atehlaon.Topeka & 8anta Fe
pboiitbb a-oara Arrive
No. 1 California aavrcae 7:K0pra
No, 17 hiprese ... , S;00 pm
No. a California Limited. Mondava
and Kiidaya 11 iftB am
aoiKa mobtbi Lea
No. a Atlantic Kip res 10:45 pm
No. 9S Local Kapress. aiOOpra
No. Atlantic Limited, Wednes
day, and Uaturday 4:06 pra
Patoat THB SOUTB Amy
No. Itr Local hiprese 7 :U6 pa
ooimo aouTH Lay
Mo. 11-afeilco aiprese.... ....... .lSioa i
Santa Fe Pacific.
bbom tbb waaT. Arrlre
Mo. a Atlantic kxprea. 10iM pm
No. i Atlantic Limited, Wtilne.
day and Saturday SjBB pm
eoiMU mm, Lay
' No. 1 Pacific Kxprea :40 pm
No. a-Calllornla Llmlutd, Holiday
and r-ndaya ,.llill pm
No. 1 and a, Pacific and Atlantle Kipreee,
have Pullman palar drawtns room can, tour-
tat airrping can ana chair car Detwean tul
cairn ami line Ana-dea and San I ran 'Ivo.
Nna. fll and 99. Mexico and Local Kinreae.
bave Pullman palar car and chair car bom
kl Paao to Kanaaa Cltv
No, a and 4, the California Limited, bay
Pullman buffet and sleeping car and bag as
car only (no coaches or chair car). A aolld
veellbulea train from Chicago to Lo Angel.
W. H. TkL'LU Join. Ifiil.
THE GREEN FROST
WM. CHAPLIN. - - PROP.
1 1 3 West Railroad Avenue.
ladies' and Gents'
Ladle' fine Low Shoe, black or tan.
manufactured by C. P. Ford & Co., the
beat manufactory of Lailiea' Khoes in tlio
wnriii. nines iroin iw to 3.60 a pair.
Kin line of Lailifs' Hhoes, black or tan,
0 cen'i to1.6 a pair. Laillea hand
turned and (o1yrer welt shoes, 1 50 a
pair. Ladles' fine button and lace shoes,
fmm 11.20 to is.uu a pair.
Hoyg' shoM from f l.oo to 11.60 a pair.
A una Hue of Uoiiirlari shoe iuai t
olvt'd; luttwt styles In black or tan, lace
and eongreea. from $3.26 to $6.00 a pair.
All mall orders promptly attended to
The Perfume of Violets
Th. parity of the Illy, th flow ol th row,
aod th tluab ol li.b oowbia in Poaauni'
wondroua I'o wilar .
gentlemen or ladlra to travel for reapon-
;ibl ratabll.lied houae In Albuquerque, N. at.
Jimtlily, ah and expenac I'oaltlon Krady.
Krlarauc. kneloa aelf-addreaaed (tamped
anyelop. Th buinluion Company, Dept.
WE DESIRE TO MAKK CONTRACT
with two h rat-claw apecialty aaleamen (or
year or lunger, uiv relrrrncre Hue nan
died and terrlli.ry covered. CANNON A CO.,
CavwrtiU CauJy Cathartic, tli moat won.
01 1 ul nntllcl diacoverv ot tli K, plea-
uii aim rvireaiunir to mo taai, axu ftflniiy
ud oaitlvly uu klilue. liver and bowels,
vlranaluK lha aniirt syau-m, dlawl cold,
our lieuilaoli, (ever, habitual coiiatlitatloo
and blliouauoa. Pieaaa buy and try a bos
of C. C. C. to-day; 10, i, Ml . en la. riolUaad
guarauieea lo curs by an armgiia.
Ladlat' gowot, (klrta, ebemlaea and
tirawara-HtlM for nilaeee and child ran
cheaper than you ean buy tha material at
MdD Bala Vtj floods company.
ONirORAD08f.pl I I Q
2i"t "i w? "' ai. hii, or Ml boa fur
9U. Vi4 fet raima. OaTiuMNkt) 00. PaUa. Pa.
Carl Kortt expecta, la tba near future
to take a trip east for tha purpose of
plaelof some mining propertlee which
are located near Preseott.
W. at. Wallace, major of the Second
United States earalry, arrived from Fort
Innate, N. M, and la reglstartd at Hotel
Burke, lie was statiooed at Camp Verde
twenty years ago. Us Is seut to ft hippie,
there tu- act as apodal luepetor upou
all uu serviceable pubiie property to be
dlepoaed of la the abandouaisnt ot that
A meellDg ot citiieLS was held on Sat
urday yuing to eouter with J. U. Beat,
epremuUng the Beam proeese tor the
reduction of ores. The question ot a
smelter waa discussed at some tenth, Mr.
Best asks a bonus ot 1 10,000 for the srec-
tlon of a plant In Prvseutt, and waa
anksd to stale hi proposition In writing.
J. r. atotrelL who died at bis home
west of Preseott, after an Illness of less
than two days, waa 74 years of age. lie
cams to this section from Ueuiou, Itxae,
arming lu Piesoott, October U, 1870.
ila waa born In Masuvlile, Tenn.j waa a
veteran ot the Mexican war. lis left Are
sous, two daughters aud a wile, all resi
dent ot Ariioua. Ills eon, 'rank Wor
rell, si-deputy United States marshal, of
nUllama, came down to attend the
MlasMoasle Olroni left for her borne
In Jerome after spending the past tour
weeks la this elty.
D. N. Brown, superintendent of the
Garcia ml-, twelve miles south of Wick-
euburg. came In for th purpose of gut
ting teams to haul machinery from
Wtokenburg to the mine.
Butt waa Died In the district court by
Charles Finch, ot Tempo, to recover cer
tain lots situated In the Butte City and
in possession of James Wilson.
W. D.CIajpooL deputy sheriff of Gila
county, and K. H. Herbert brought Mrs.
Hicks, who bad been adjodired Insane,
over this morning and committed her to
Sam Miller has just delivered 47.000
pounds of machinery to the Sterling
Placer Mining company, in the Walnut
Orove neighborhood. He ha 170 tons
mora of machinery to deliver to same
company at sama point.
Tha many frlenda In this elty ot Capt
Oravo, U. 8. A, will be pleased to learn
that be baa been advanced to the grade
of major. Captain Dravo waa stationed
for a long time at Fort McDowell and
still owns considerable property In this
The Pnoenli Herald aays: The newa
baa been received in this olty of tha mar
riage at Jerome of W. 8. Adams, editor
of tba Mining News, and Mlae Mabel
Clark. The marriage la aald to have
been consummated aoma weeks ago, but
tba editor refrained from telling bis
frlenda the good newa. However, be la
now being showered with congratula
tions. Tha Jefferson Democratic club waa or
ganised with tha following officers!
Judge A. C. Baker, presldtiut; C. B.
Hakes, Meaa City, vice-president; C. W.
Miller, Tempe, second vice-president;
Henry Willi, secretary; P. J. Cole, treaa
nrer. 8. P. Clark and J. L. a Alexander
were appointed aa a committee to make
arrangements for a banquet to be given
by the club at the Ford on April 18, the
anniversary ot the birth of Jefferson.
ABIZOMA AT LA HOE.
Jerome has 100 men who are ready and
anxious to answer their country's call for
The Tarantula Gold Mlulne eomnanv
la the name of a new Incorporation In
0. C. May, the Indian farmer of Geron
Imo, la getting out a ditch several miles
long to Irrigate the cultivable land In
Articles of Incorporation of th Ron.
stadt company, at Tuesou, were Died In
tne omce of tha territorial secretary at
Phoenix. Tha company la organlxed for
the manufacture and aale ot buggies and
Doe. Hay, tha Camp Verde mall car
rier, had a narrow ascane from Dolaon
recently. It appears that aoma of his
oacnetor mends had cooked some peaches
and left them In the cooking utensIL
Doe. came back from his trip late at
night and ate aoma ot tha peaches, with
the result, that but tor the attendance ot
Dr. Ketheralda It would have been bla
last meal on earth.
The men who have In charge tba or
ganization of Colonel Brodle'a cavalry
regiment report progress by counties, as
follows; Marloopa will tarnish two ear
airy troops; Gila, one; Graham, one;
Pima, two; Coconino, one; Navajo and
Apache, one; Yavapai, oue. Aa Gsneral
Mile has aald, In case of war the Nation
al Arlttona Guards will be need to garri
son Arlcona military posts. The only
chance to go to the front will be to go
with Colonel Brodle's regiment.
Woodmaa r lh World.
at Pythian haU at a
o'clock. All mem
bers earnestly re-
qutwted to be pre-
seni. v inning sov
ereigns cordially lu-
J. W. ANDERbOK.
D. K. Phillips, Clerk.
What Everybody Saye
About Hood's 6arsaparilla is that It
purifies their blood, gives them an
appetite and makes thm feel strong.
These three go together: Pure blood,
appetite, strength. Ii you want to
feel well take Hood's Saraaparilla, the
One True Blood Purifier.
Hood'a Pills are the only pills to
be taken with Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Aa Artlol of Merit.
Lee than three years ago tba Anheu-ser-Bueeh
Brewing aneoclatlon put on
the market a preparation uuder th
nam of Malt-Nutrlne. Knowing the
long felt want ot a malt tonic of
unquestioned merit, the asso
ciation began by subjecting other
malt extracts to th most critical
testa by expert chemists, a to their re
peotlve percentage of extractive matter,
alcohol and nutrltlv value, aod building
upon the result achieved, th association
prepared an artlol of doubl th propor
tion ot extract matter aud lees than 2
per cent of alcohol, whll other malt x-
tracts contain from 84 to 7 per eent of
alchnl, and are, aa a rule, virtually
nothing but strong, dark beers, 'lb
Mali- ii Win output for January, 18VH,
being 16, f MO dosen, and for February.
invi, 10 125, aa luereiue ol alrooet oue
hundred pr cent over lh Corresponding
mould of 1887, and txcvwilng by tar the
sale o( any malt preparations, shows Con
elonivsly lb esteem In which It Is held
by tha medical profeaston and the gen
eral public. The (not that Malt-Nutrine
la prepared by the famous Anhenter
Bnaoh Brewing a-otoelallou 1 solBeieot
gnarnutee a lo Its purity, excellence and
f r or Chars to aafferer.
Cut this out and take It to your drug
gist and get a sample buttle free of lr.
king's New Discovery, for I'ontumptlon.
I kin nil" and (olds. Ihey do not a you
to buy before trying. This will show you
the great merits ot this truly wonderful
remedy, aud show yon what ran base,
pouiplinhed by the regular six buttle.
1 bla Is uoexperliunt. end would be dis
astrous to the proprietors did they not
know it would Invariably eure. Mauy ot
th best physician are now using it In
their practice with great result, aud are
relying on It In rmml severe ranee. It I
guaranteed, 'trial bottle free at any
drug store. Regular else 60 cent and
1. J. U. U'hieiiy 4 Co.
EKFORCES TBB QUARAMtNB.
Arizona Will Nit Let In Any California
Aritooa holds to her position and re
fuse to admit California cattle. This
was th decision of the Live Block Saul
tary board at the meeting held at Phoe
nix. The members ot the eorumiewlon
stated they would take no chance lu lh
adoilseton of th Texas fever tick.
The territorial veterinarian was order
ed to California to Investigate the expor
tation of sheep to northern Arlxuna. The
California paetnrea are bare and thou
sands of bead ot sheep and cattle will
perish unless sent out ot the state.
Mm Oold Mine.
Stories of big "find" ot gold reach us,
not only from the Klondike, but from
many part ot the country not hitherto
suxpected of being veined by the precious
metal. A tretueudous Impetus to miulng
Industry and the development by syndi
cates of capitalist of natural wealth lo
numerous directions ha resulted. The
exposure and liardehlp of frontier mln
era hay ever been productive ot rheuma
tlnm. one ot the must obstinate and ago
nixing of complaint. As a means of
ameliorating aud preventing this mal
ady, Hoatetter'a Stomach Bitter la un
equalled. The action ot this tine medicine
I also speedily felt In ease of malaria,
dyspeptic and kidney and bladder com-
riialnta. Lumbago and other luUrmlllie
ueldent to advancing year are also
counteracted by It.
BpMlfcl Bad Thnioal KxamlaaUoaa, April
The United State civil service com
mission call attention to the fact that
Ita usual semi-annual examinations for
special, technical aod professional grades
of employment In the government ser
vice will be held on April 25 at the cities
marked "D" In lis schedule of examina
tions. Owing to tba fact that there ar
not enough eligible for these higher
grade position to meet the demand ot
th service, the commission will waive
for this examination It general require
ment that applications must be filed in
complete form ten days before the exam
ination. However, application must be
filed far enough in advance to allow
time to ship examination papers to tba
cltlea selected for examination.
Tb commtaslon Is especially deelrous
of aecurlug additional eligible for the
following named regleter, aod It re
quest that all suitable persons who de
sire such positions apply at once for ex
amination: Annuitant surgeon, Marine hospital ser
vice. Aid, CoaMt aud Geodetic survey.
AtMiatant, Department of Agriculture.
AtwiMtaut examiner, Patent otlloe.
Hospital steward, Marlue hospital ser
vice. Inspectors and assistant Inspectors of
hulls and boilers. Steamboat Inspection
Marine engineer, Marlue hoepltal ser
vice. Meat Inspector, Department of Agri
culture. Sanitary inspector, Marlue hospital ser
vice. Weather observer, Department of Agrl
These examinations are open to all
reputable cttlxsns who may desire to en
ter the service and who comply with the
requirements, without regard to race or
to political or religious or political adul
ations. All such cltlxeos are Invited to
apply. They shall be examined, graded
and certified with eutlr impartiality,
and wholly without regard to any con
sideration save their efficiency as shown
by th grade they attain In the examine
For application blanks and manual of
examinations. address United State Civil
Service Commission at Washington.
A. J. Laiukln, KanstMt; K. Waldo Ward,
New York; I. J. Kiiey, Chicago.
W. K. Bolt. I. W. Webb. Ht. Paul; W. 8.
Williams, Socorro; C. 11. Plumb, Joplln,
Mo.; W. B. Dramle, Vancouver, B.C.; T.
U. Harris aud wife, Newark, N. J.
W. K. Martin, Socorro; K. Marcus, Los
Angeles; Pedro Moutano, Anions: H. W.
Loomis, Los Arigelen; (.'. 11. Wolfe, Denver;
K. Stillwell, Pueblo; John S. Clark, Las
Vegas; L. 11. Darby, Denver; Kred. A. H ii
sou, lopeka; F. W. Dudley, Howells,
Mich.; John Smith, Denver; Theo. Mueu
sterman and wife, Blen; Kmll Aruer,
If you are a republican and believe lu
the policy of protection, then why not
uphold your theories by taking out your
policy tor protection agaluet lire lu that
grand, old, true and tried American In
stitution, the Insurance Company of
North America, which has protected
Americaus to th exteut ot over tlX),UJ,
Ouo of losses from fire. Or It you desire
to he doubly protected, take a policy of
the Philadelphia Under writers, guaran
teed by two of America's fnremnet com
panies, backed by ovrr ild.ouu.UOO of
good American assets.
IIenbt Lock hart,
n wiim 4 aud 6 (iruiit block.
UiiliMt la.u Friux f aid
For furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, uaililled, shoe, etc.
Hart's, 117 Gold aveuue, next to Wells
Fargo Ki press olilce. See me before yuu
buy or sell.
A. J. Guevara, of Los Grlegos, called at
this office this morning, aud stated that
bis wife was seriously 111. Several phy
ilclaus are In attendance, but her con
dition continues to grow alarming, al
though It Is hoped that she will survive
her present serluus Illness.
Rev. E. H. Asmnu aud Rev. Cbost
went out to San Rafael last night aud
will go from there to Tempe to attend
th Arlioua Congregational association.
Th Arrangements Entered Into tetweca
tb High School aud University.
At the suggestion of the board ot edu
cation of Albuquerque the following de
tailed statement la made public that the
eltiins and patron ot the schools may
not be left la doubt a to the nature of
the affiliation whloh has been found ae
cepUble to both Institution lu the prev
ent emergency and has been niiaiit
niously a looted by both the Loord ot
regents aud tha school board ot Albu
The university Is a territorial Institu
tion aud au itiHlilutiuu u( b'gher learu
tng aud reneaicn. ijt uIiiuimm luucllon
will be lo provide a thorough collegiate
education aud advauceil trcuuical train
tng lo all who may apply troiu the ter
ritory at large. It is rapidly advancing
toward this, Its proper sphere, at the
nead ol tue vuiire eysietn of popular edu
cation lu ew Mexico, li la as uiucb tor
Halou aud Silver Clly ae it la lor Albu
querque aud it advautage ar a fre to
uu a another, lh ciiixensot the ter
ritory are now for th first time reallxlng
nisi ine uuiversity oner in same Hud ol
luslrucllou that may be sought lu Harvard
jr auu Arbor.aud that tb same eutrauce
condition ar uow lu etlect. lb atudeul
who Is really qualllied lu euter the fresh
ruau olas of Hie uuiversity would be
quaiifitd to cuter Cornell or Columbia,
but uuder the cltcuiustauce it is ap
parent tbat tlier are at present no high
schools lu the territory fuily prepared to
offer the neceesary tusiructiou to qualify
(or adniimlou to the colirga department
I his is obietiy owing to tb (ant that ad
mission to Ui college presuppose a cer
tain amouut ot laboratory practice) to
scleuce, especially iu physic, which none
A our schools can at present atlord. It
is partly due to the laci that college meu
are beet qualllied to prepare others fol
college aud the expense ot securing thin
grade of Instruction Is often au Insuper
able obstacle to the completion of the pre
paratory work by the high schools. Un
der these conditions the uuiversity Is eon
s, rained to do as all other universities
have doue ilurluv the early year and sup
port Its owu preparatory department,
t he state uuiversity must always repose
solidly upon the foundation afforded by
the public schools, and it is th history ol
other slate that the uuiversity has been
the chief factor In lifting up th staud
ard ot Instruction lu lb public schools,
for It has offered as a goal tha feqnlra
meiit tor admission to college which
have been steadily advaudng, aud thus a
standard ot reference 1 supplied. It Is
then th permanent policy of th univer
sity lo encourage the high schools to ex
teud their scop as fast aa this can be
doue without sacrificing thoroughness
In the elemeutary brandies,
In the educational developmeut ot the
progressive western stalea a very import
ant factor baa been the state high school
board an orgaulxatlon comported of rep
resentatives ot the public and normal
schools and the university, and appointed
tor the purpose ot elTectlngand entorclb'
by law just such alllllatlou as Is here pro
poned, audit 1 only a question of time
wheu th eutlr educational system ol
New Mexico will be thus bound together
by legal enactment. The proposed ar
rangement Is simply a step In this direc
tion. Th high school course aa now outlined
In all our eastern cities embrace four
yesrs' work In advance of the eighth
grade. Hitherto the uuiversity has been
doing about four years of preparatory
work, but hereafter it Is proposed to offer
but three such years, thus Concentrating
upon tba higher work and research ger
main to a college. But the fact remains
tbat th university will b forced to give
two years ot preparatory work In addi
tion to all that the high school eau hope
to do lu a satisfactory way at preseut.
The university Is supplied with laborato
ries and material equipment, aud teach
er who ar specialist in science as well
as original Investigator. It is proposed,
therefore, to supplement the course In
the high school to such an extent that
the student, after taking the full four
years' course, shall be worthy ot a high
school diploma equal to that given lo
the best eastern cltlea, aud, at the
same time, shall have completed the
course proper to the preparatory de
partment of the university. For such as
do not feel able to continue the college
course the commercial or English course
will afford a practical aud available Inn
I n ess education. The eighth grade of th
public school, which heretofore has been
included id the high school course In Al
buquerque, will bs removed from the lat
ter and the course will then be what It
claims to be. It Is understood that as
fast aa it shall prove possible th two
years added by the university shall be as
sumed by the high school, lu return for
this asslKtauce the public schools are uot
on'y to allow the uuiversity thenseof
the Unused remainder ot the building
now controlled by them, but are to pro
vide a special room fur a model school
which shall be free. In connection with
all advanced normal department there
Is such a school, which Is directed by a
specially qualified teacher. Iu many
cases a considerable tuition Is required
and the superior nature ot the lustrue
lion luduces many parents to place their
children In the model school rather than
In the free schools. The model school Is
au Indispensable adjunct to a normal de
partment aud Dr. blehl, ot the Univer
sity of Minnesota, who was the foun
der of education In that slate,
write us tha the. In common
with other educators, prefer that the
model school should be In connection
with the public schools for ths advantage
ot all parties. It Is hoped also to Incor
porate a music departmeut with the uui
versity aud next year may witness a
desirable change lu tills direction, as
well as others. By such a combination
as Is her outlined there will be little or
no duplication of work aud tha high
school will be strengthened and Its In
tegrity preserved so that the graduate
will receive th diploma ot th high
srhool at ths same time that be finishes
his preparatory course In the university
aud Is admitted, If be so desires, luto the
A medical preparatory course has be?n
arranged so that by two mora years of
work ths student eau take advanced
standing In a first class medical college.
Other details of the aUlliallou are uuneo
eesary at this time, but the articulation
prov tiled for assures ths elty as well as
the territory at large a higher grade of
work than would otherwise be possible.
r.lornl. Vour Howrln Willi I'lorarete.
l.'nmly ( fi'li il ilr, cut,, t li.,.; ' p' f.w.'ver
10lSn IIC C.C fall, ririiireii.lv n fund n.one-
A Biulaeaa CUaoo.
I have to-day sold the grocery business
heretofore carried on lo my name to J.
L. Bell St, Co., aud recommend the new
firm to the customers who have so liber
ally patronized me In the past. I thank
the public for the patronage which I have
received. Those wishing to settle out
standing accounts may find me at the
old stand, uow occupied by the new firm.
F. F. T HOTTER.
The firm ct J. L. Hell & Co. have
opened a grocery In tin) stand formerly
iM'ciiplfd by F. K. Trotter, aud Invite In
spctluu of stock and prlco. We solicit
a share of your patronage.
J. L. hrn & Co.
Albnqiierque, N. M., April ii, 1A.
. oi uauiiitis) w
a-ai n k a. ..Hni. h-. . .
T'is roaou tr-rfi are pot curi by ii,.ciir i beraua prrwtT Pv esnt ar Irearbierl wtta
syoa,all. CUHl IlKM fc la tlisofily knivn fvmHly to cure wiUMMllaii utinujuu. kwu ieilnn J,
s.s a wriunurii!.sg!veni,i noisry reiurnso ir sis tsiea wmmi im
US)aiMU,siafr&.uu,br luail tau t saaaatrouU, mj toatlBMwilaUy
--- awia aiaesj yvs.
Fr Sale at WaJtoii'tj Drug Hire.
E A - .
la tb earl da
of the settlement of
the Dakotaa, tS
totle of the hard-
17 ahio and (uSering
iO t-a - and sometime tha
IT IT7 I death of th Bw
i? . 1 r. I aettlera wha vera
f I W in th blianrda.
( 1 ( Tha nr
who 1 froaeit to
death la a winter's
imt snfTrrinira, but they ar mild com
pared with tho daily born by thousand
of victim of that dread disease con-
ForcentuHe this relentless disease waa
joniderd incurable. It ia now known to
b distinctly curable, rr. Pierre' Golden
Medical Dtscovvry cure o per cent, of all
,'iici of consumption, bronchitis, asthma,
lorrns-ftls and disease of th air-passag.
It baa atood th test for thirty year. It
acta directly on th blood, flourishing U
with tb life-giving qualities of th food,
(t tear down old, half-dead tissnes and
bnilds np bow one In sll parts of th body.
Through th blood it acts directly on th
lung, driving out all impuritie and die
ta germ. It aonthe th cough, but
facilitate expectoration It deepens th
breathing, supplying th system with llf
rivina; oxyrea. It stlmulstes th apperJt.
farthutes tha flow of digestive Juices, le
yigorat tb liver and tone and builda np
th rwrre. It Is th great blood-maker
and Besh buiMer. It does not tnak gabby
Sash Ilk cod Uvr oil, but Ana, muscular,
"t had been trouMsd with bronchitis fee
several years." writes Mrs. Oilla O Hsra, Boa
114, Prrfits Palls, Oltertall Co., Minn. la th
(lrt plac 1 had sore thmst. 1 doctored with
different doctors and tnok various medlcta,
but got no relief. 1 raised Imea my throat
Htcky substance tike the white of aa est. Ci4
ant tl-T, and had made tip ray mind that 1
would a)t live thrmieh ths winter, t ton It Dr.
Pierrs's ftoldea Mr)ul tiiscovary and ' Pavor
it Prescription ' slternatelv. and la a nw day
bea-aa to se that I waa better. I took eight boa.
Ues, 1 have not felt aa wall In year."
Th qnlck constipation - enr Doctor
Pierce' I'lsassnt Pellets. Never grip.
Aocspt no substitute or Imitation.
Wall paper at Futrelle'a.
Dipping tank. W hitney Co.
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whltney'Ca
Qneenswar, glasswar and tinware at
Mattreawe of all klnrbi marls in nr.Ur
at Futreiis a.
Novelties Id our queenswara depart
ment. Whitney Co.
New suit of furniture cheaper than
second band at Kutrell'a,
Illffhaat nrlrvaa nalrl fn wanfV slntlilna
at Hart', 117 Gold avenue.
Insure yonr life In the Kqnltable. Wal
ter N. farkhnrst, general manager
Be the window display of new spring
(roods at the dry roods store tha Kmino.
If von want anvthlnrs In tha hlnrllna
or Job printing Hue, call at ThxCitixin
PalmallA fthar Aotfnn Inn mtllruu.
are the best; made aud sold by W. V.
r u trail.
Buy your camp stove and nave yonr
tin-work done at tha Btar tlnshorj. 2os
Look Into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. He baa tha nicest fresh
meats lu th cltv.
Hot chii con earn served everv nlrht
at tha Paradise. Do not nils It Bache
chl k Glorul, proprietor.
Futrell boy furnltnr In ear lota and
pay the cash for same, and cant be on-
dereold. and don't forget.
Leave order at tha " Iceberg " for
Pabal'f exoort and "blue ribbon'' beer
In quart and pint. Charles at. Oeach.
Have your root painted with asphalt
elastic root palut and your leaky root re-
uairea witu asbestos cement, a. W.
Harden has It.
Th best Dike for rood, inlcv steaks
and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
111 rlmt ulu, m.rk.l - 4 1 I -1 -
- . u. awmvwia
north Third street.
Just received a larrr assignment of
flue California Grape brandy, spring 'tis,
which we win sen to saloon nepers at
12.83 per gallon. Orlgiual package. 0.
Bachechl A i. Gloml.
We would have no trouble with final n
If she only realised the immense strength
and resource of our nation. It you un
derstood our ability to provide tor the
wishes of our patrons you would uot ao
elsewhere, llahn & Co., N. T. Armilo
The Kev. W. H. Weaver, bastor of tha
l!. B. church, Dlllsburg, IV, rsoognlxes
the value of Chamberlain' Cough
Remedy, and does uot hesitate to tell
others about It. "1 have used Chamber
lain s Cough Kemedy," he says, "aud find
It an excellent medicine for colds, cough
and hoarseness." So does everyone who
gives It a trial. Bold by all druggist.
waxTKo. ror i
Wanted A girl for eeueral housework.
at airs. Kd. Koseuwald's, 717 Copper ave
uue. UaDaMX NuttkUNij. Claihvovint.
Palmist and Magnetic Healer, can be con
sulted on ail allalrs of life. Give lova
aud lucky charm. Will call at residence ;
no extra charge. 204 Houth Seooud street,
To Sell Two modern 8-room eottaae:
two horse; three wagons; all kind of
household gyjKls. W. V. Kutrelle.
Cow tor sale I have several rood
milkers; kind and gentle. Address John
r. jams, ptiHioniCH hoi W. or call at rea-
ideuce. No. Hi West Bllver avenue.
Americans are the most Inventive neo-
ple on earth. To them have been Issued
nearly fHio,(j;) pateuta, or mors than one
third of all the patents Issued In tha
worm, ao discovery of modern rears
has been of greater benefit to mankind
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud
uiarriiui Kemedy, or has done more to re-
(Imva HIlffMrlnff Aiut rinln J IA.' I'.,,-,,
of Oakton, Ky says: "I have used
Chamberlain's Colin, Cholera aud Diar
rhoea Keinwiy in my family for several
years, aud find It to be the best medicine
I ever used for eramrj In th stomach
aud bowels." For sal by all druggists.
A'liAtiiuv on nlanurire hunt nm h.,1 ,, f.u
take on every trip a bottle ot Syrup of
Klg, as It acta most pleasantly and ef
fectually on the kidneys, liver, aud
bowels, preventing fevers, headache and
other forms of sickness. Kor sale In 60-
ceut bottle by all leading druggist.
nanntaciurea tiy ins taiiioruia rig By-
rup Co. ouly.
We art now prepared lo show what
we believe to be the best assortment of
men's hats ever brought to th. ' territory.
From a 25 ceut cloth bat to a 5 wUttson,
aud we think ws can suit the most fas
tidious to that line and probably save
you a little money besides. It dou't cost
anything to see them. Hlnioii Htern, the
Kullroad aveuue clothier.
Attend the great dress goods sale at The
tl tit tils' ttHlii raktivss a, run, m ai i, I, ... f . 1 kJ t
rriii u MiyBM UkU, Kin iiuK-Kiy UUf 'U H 1J I
itlhVI(lll.la, I'UII.M Hi 111 et.Hs.-llllli.vl f. (jj Utl' llal, ti MlT V. tl iiflJUUf
'.u. lc-t Ut.tiLnuav) Ui Maury. ttL..uUii( J)rtii., V.rli-i'i mmi
4 'j(i.iijHll-fj. 1 1 r.t- ,.j m.I liMtHt, tiyUky or uitflil. WavviiUi gukr-k
ntmul Uw liatrsfH, fAlilcti if noU-hykv1 lotvlr, to HMriiulorrh(M.4
v ' )sy)MBESyyfywasjBra
' ror$3io?t AL CA1M.
1R. VBLABCia CROHW,
. otoavano. . Bonn a. tolO .., I to
e ana , uj p. ra.
Special attention Siren to gaoavaj saigar.
Automatio TaJennooa Sua.
Data, manor m rmbop,
mMfKOPATHIC rBTSICIANt AND
argeon tlffic and residence oyer post.
offlc. Ild Telephone fi. New Talephnns
1SS. Mrs. Marlon Hlshop, Bt.U., oAlc knors,
to a p. m. (rrsnk If. RishoB, M. U..oSic
honrs. a to in a. m., and 1 to and 1 to I o. a.
Tak elevator at Whitney's.
JOHN tiSCNIB, M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND 8UR(,RON-OfT1c nd
residence, 107 north Fifth stree. sltmra,
to and i0 to TtSO p. m. Hpertal attanttna
Rlrsn to chronic and disease of women. Old
lephnne. - Calls made In rfsvtlm only.
at. d. jumtaoM,
ARCHITRCT-Plans, pf IdrsHon and e.
Iimate rumlslrtid lot all tl of halld-
In and architectural work. Oftlil SOS West
sntuui a aasTBMO,
Of flCR and residence. No. lt Wt Gold
avsnne. 1 sir-phone No. . Orhc boor
." a. rn. 1 io to S su and lloB p. m.
u. a. asstwdsy. at. b, j. a. ka.dsy, h. o.
w, a. ajorn, at. D
0 MCB BOCBS-Untll a s. to. and hot
iSo to S iSO sud from 1 to p. tn. Odic
and restdeor. sag Wast Oold avanaa, Alba
anera.na, N. M.
J. t. ALOSB, D. D, a.,
DINTIST-Offlca, room and . Whttln
block, enrner Hold assno and Scond
awst Offlc boat, a a. in. la U.llc. a.H
and Ilia to tiSO b. aa.
aixsiao a. konsi,
ATTORN at. AT LAW, Alboqnerao, N.
M. Prompt suenli.tn glvsn to sil bnslnes
partalnln to tli profession. Will prstil. elq
all coon o( the territory and befur Ui tolled
State land attic.
WII.I.IAH u. Lttm,
ATTtlKNKV.AT LAW. Oflic. room ,
V bf. T. Armllo bnll linar. WlU practic la
a. lor nun, ui trie icnntHy.
A TTOHNKYH-AT LAW. Albnoneron. N
i. M. Ollice, room and , Kirst National
aw, u, IS lit AM
TTORNBT AT-LAW, Alb-aquerqo, N
M. OUice, irsl Nailnnal bank bunding
HA Mat W. OLABtlT,
. TTOKNKY AT LAW, room and N
k T. Annl)o buildln. AlbUAfilerqu, N. at.
at. W, DUHNOM,
ATTORNKY AT-LAW. Office over Rob
erwm's groceiy siors, Alboquerque. N. M.
H. H. Warkentin
AJbuqaerqoe Bowliog Parlors!
Cornet First Bt. and Copper Ave,
The finest Bowling Alley In lh SoathweM.
nice pier to epena tnvning.
The flew Chicago
IS on of tb nicest resort in th
elty. and la supplied with tha
beat aud finest liquors.
UEISCH & EETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Booms by tb day,
week or mouth.
809 Waet Railroad Avsnn.
Very Finest Wines,
Llauors and Cltrara
Thli Htreet and fljaraa iveaae.
Atlantic Boor llall!
HCHMUDKR at UX.pROPa.
Cool Ks Bs oa araohl tn aoast Natlv
Wla aad tb vry best of flrst-clae
LUjOora. Uiv bs call,
laHJIOAD AVBBOB, ALBOQCBB QOB.
A Mossd Puvaa.
Grand A PantnU I from tbam wa reap, n
all klnrts of Liquor, Mo and cbealT
Ksnaoie quality w get nere,
A Iways cool and sharp, their Ileer, n
iMIIIa 1 I n- n - V
Nobl Wine, ail patroos treet, VJ
Imported end domestic, a Htock comnlat Dt
Dellcloua Cigars, too, her we gain, BJ
cholce davora w obtalla
fjmcellent Koowi both clean and neat, rv
Vjrf t SO on tititilh s'liat Mima X.
&tbo at Alboquaroti there are plenty I
who favor (ANbfc FAkfcNTl
Oar. Oold Ave. nan Am Bt.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Ksw TUpha MS, as.
1 too cat Goods
floor at Prks.
Buy or SclL
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harneaa, Baddlea, Raddlery,
Baddlerr Hardware, Cut Sole. Bho
Nails, liaroe. CUlua, Whips, Collars,
Hweat rada, Castor OIL Alia Grease,
boston Coach Oil, t'n to Negro, Buddy
Harvester Oil, Neatefoot Oil, Lard Oil,
Harneaa Oil. Linseed Oil, Castile Soap,
Harness Hoap, Carriaira Bpoogee
Chamois Skin, Horse Medicine.
Irlo tla. Xjo-XKrmmt.
HlRheat Uarket Price Paid for Hide
Thos. F. Keleher,
40s Raflroai Ay-, Albuqusrqu.
City : Drug : Store
Third Bt. aad Railroad A?.
Drags, Ifidlcinfts, Paints, Oils, Etc.!
WHOLESALE AND KITAIL
W. Y. WALTION. Proprietor
Successor to Plllsbary Walton.
BAXLINa BROB., Paoraiaeoas.
WeJiIIng UakeiT a Specialty t
We Desire Patron-e, and w
QnaranU First-Claas Baklnf .
Tslsrrsph orders sollcltsd and Promptly Pilled
A. K. VALKEJi,
Secretary lot ail Building iuoclitloo.
OBls si J. a BsddrtdB' Laasbar Tar.
CRESCENT COAL YARD,
GALLUP COAL-Bct Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Office.
A. J. CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. ItH,
OI4 Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrknble's stables
boom moulding. Wbltnev Co.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
Authorised Capital ....iMOyOOO OO
Paid-up Capital, Borploa
and froflw ...t75rOOOOO
The Bank of Commerce In Albaqaerqae. H, II.
.lai is a-ti moi
vi!ists asna bb4 asyr m PalMrs Stewy
! t srttk rrMtl rraasi.),
M. , OTIBO, fntldenl I. C. slOBIDaS. Lorut.r. 7 C I e...n r..u-
B.P. BoaraTBa. Vlcs-P.eeid.nt.
W.i BrBtcBlBB, Caahlat. A. M.
B' BOB. Assistant Caahla.
Dopoaltory for Atfhluon,
TKflAI. W. TtT
QXeOiUKTA, 17. M.
a:trjDji ow nAiunoAij vxsoixaa
G. HENRY, VT. D
Btndant of Dr. Phillip Rleortl )f Fraa.
wvpniuo o. Opoolalti
THIBTT-SLX T8AR8 PRACT1C8. UXS ONLY TBIATM,
A enr foarsnteed ln every caaa nndeTtakan
u. tl. w, mtmmi .uu nncinr srte,
CUPAIHA ud SiwtnatnrrhnM,
radically cared, kicml'i mxu n
1XWWOP.JI.U,, soccesalully cured yrlthln th Iset nln year. Can rofsr to oatlmiu eoraX by
tZX uJ? UT? S"7 ."nna Ot.ar.pJr fWysTTgK i.
k!Ti. Po",ni slnaalan and Huhemlsn spnken. 4aMMaIaa4ta aad Ua
W. L..TR1MBJLE & CO.
Lively, Sale, Feed
Second St oetween Railroad and Copper Area.
Horeaa aad Mmlaa Daagat aad Baakaagad.
Agaata for Celambaa Baggy Coayaav.
Taa Baat Taraaata la taa Cltr.
Carriage, Road Carta, Spring Wagons, Victorias,
Buggiea, Phaetons, Etc., lor Sale. i j j
AddrMi W. L. TRIMBLE 4 CO- AlbnqncrqnN Saw Mexico
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTHE. Proos.
(SocttrjsBar to rranA 1L Jones.) ' .
Finest WLJstJes, ImporUd ud
tie tooiesi ana aifMat craae r Lacer Serreo.
Finest Billiard Hall In the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
jCURE CONSTIPATION j
rPOTI A 8BADII to tnem w ellng. n
A- Their SROCXBIXS bara th taaaln rlnvl
At TKA8 and 00KK88 and OANNKD flOOUS rar. m If
mher reU tha rlneat LA8BR BS8B, ' "
A. To nlaaaa thalr navtrnna la tnalr tAVO.
p WlifSS ft UQCOas, wsaJwavsflnd
Ttiua eompetltlon thsy defy.
AgcnU (or Coyote Canyon Lime Company,
Free dellvary to all part of the city
Nuw TKlophor U7. SIR, ill AND 817 KOBTH THIBD 8T
R. P. HALL
Iron aad Braa Oaalitsi Ore, Coal andlLotabar Oarai haftlnr, PaJlsys, Stmta Bare
Uabbll Btta! uolamnsand tmrj rrnnta tur BallitlBa'Si apalra aa
aflnlnff aad aflU kUehloar; a BpeaiaJty.
FOUNDRY: f'OE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Estjr I Wssr.
Ssvsrssl V H'P0
llsrnia I Mo sod
ollk Coaifort. I Nsvar
tub ST. EI-ilVEO
SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT, Proprietor.
ISO Waat Railroad Ava.. Albaqaarc aa.
U, 8, DEPOSITOJlTe
Depoiitory tor the Atlantic t
. Vacxfic and th Aujb'uoo, '
Tvvek A Santa F .
0FFICSB3 AID CISECTCSS:
JOSHUA 8. RATN0LD8. . ..PiasJdex t
M. W. aOOTJKNOT ....TlorVeelnenl
f RANK afcKKR....AasJrttrjl Caahlat
A. A. 6 RANT.
A. RtSBaaaa. Ilasmano Bros-, Wooi.
Bl.iOBWtnL. Uraaa. rilarkil a r. ri
W. A. Maiwbi.l. Wbnlal D, assist.
ToiK?ka HanU F EJlwi.
AisBuauEuauz:. it. n.
CO,CATSKILL, N. a.
and Transfer Slables
Domestic Vines ud Cciici)
Tba oholoast quality of arary
TOTI UBADI eaat b beatsar 1
and Machine Votks
n a ear I practicable and Basal Ma
W'ly eoid with l)r. Klcord's f rancli kamedie. ttaaaat
IHrflt DAYS. NOCUmm, IaNDALWOOUOIL aor
seminal IneseanleM amlealoiis, insomnia, dMpondancy,
310 Railroad Avenue.
Mutual Tclepbont 143. llboqaerqae, I. M.