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Both the method and retralu ivben
Synipof Figs is taken; it is pleasant
""id refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet Promptly on thsKftlneys,
sirer and Ilowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cares habitual
constipation. Syrnp of Figs is the
only remedy of iu kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste ana ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial In its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known
Syrup of Figs is for sale in BO
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 it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
$ak rnnMitoo, ctL
uvmnu, gr. Mm rose an
im DAILY ClTliM
The Rosy Freshness
An1 ft TflrHr wottnerm of th thin la Inrtv
rlftbly obtained bv tho wbe in PqmoW
Com p iaii ion loilr.
Territory of Nrw Mexico, In the District Court
01 me louniy ui ueruaimo.
Marion A. jucsparmn,
To the Dffenfliint. llnirh Mi Sntrront
You are tierrhy notilitM. that a ault haa been
filed Mi the Umtrlct Court of the Swimd JmU
i Irtl District of the Territory of New Meilco
within and fur the County of Bernalillo, atralnat
you by Marion A. MrSpurron pravin for an
atMitlnte divorce from you on the ground of
almndontnent and bahftual drunk-nneaa, and
asking for the care, custody and control of the
minor children; and unleaa you enter your
apearanc-In awtdcauiieon or before the 0th
day of June, lHtni, a decree pro coufeaao will
be entered against you.
II. P. Ovvtff, Clerk.
L. L. Hbnry, Galtup, N- M.,
Plaintiff a Attorney.
WANTKI I'FKKiHT AND FAITHKI'L
aeritlemen ur ladtr. to travel fur reeion
alhle eatahMnhed hnuae In Albuquerque, N. M.
Monthly, So6 and empenae. I'oeltloo ateady.
Keterenc. Rncluee ae If-addrewd etamped
envelope. Tba Uumluioa Company, Dept.
R. E Fraser and wife, Needles; H. C.
Burnett, Humboldt, Tenn.; Mrs. W.C.
bwlyer, Amelia Owen, Mrs. C. F. Lucas,
Hpoksne, Wash.; A. W. Fedderson and
Eugene McKlroy, Judgs Howell Long.
hary, Las Vegan; C. A. Hart man and wife,
Katou; J. K. Lamkln, Kansas city.
A. J. Roblneon, Gallup; J. W. Cum
mlngH, Cripple Creek, Colo.; Mrs. J. K.
De Hoeear. Uolbrook, A. T.; L. Bchrani,
8an KrancUco; Solomon Bibo, Lacuna;
T. K. I mlerwood, hmporla, Kan.; W. IL
Pope. Santa Ke: N. Demon at. Bernard!'
ro Kraucloco, Pena Blauoa; Fred. Finger,
Gallup; Mrs. vYmInoo Siearns, Rudolf
Htearu, Waltham, Maxs.: II. F. McKar
lane, Chicago; W. M. Weaver, Gallup;
At. Kaurmau, Santa Ke; Walter W. Bur
ton, Mitchell, lud.; Nels. Curtis, Dem
Rwl Batata Traa.fara.
Maria A. C. tie Baca to Edwardo
Chavti et al, warranty deed to lot S,
block 2, Baca addltbn; eonslderatton.
F. J. Walker et al to George E. Denny,
mining deed to one-halt Interest In the
"Chief" mining claim, CocblM mining
Felipe O'Bannon to George E. Denny,
mining deed to one-twelfth Interest In
the Santa Koea and San Antonio and
three eighths Interest In the Orphan
mining claims, Cochlil mining district
Chrlettna Kent and husband to W. 8
Btrli kler, warranty deed to one halt ln
tereet in lot A, block 46. and lot 19, block
2d, map of the town ot Albuquerque;
W. 8. Strlckler to W. N. Parkhuret.
warranty deed to lot 6, block 48, map of
ths town ot Albuquerque; consideration,
KHgls Townslte company to John T.
McKlnley, deed to lot 10, block 4, Eagle
Towu company's addition ; consideration,
John T. McKiuley to Wot. F. Powar,
quit claim deed to lot 10, block 4. Eagle
Town company's addition; consideration,
K. W. Dobson'to Mrs. E W. Doolittle,
release to lot 7, block 23, original town
site ot Albuqnerque.
DLATU Ur JOHN HOgCBT.
II Wh Oh of the PIoimii or Naw
Jchn Roquet, of Pe Jusque, on of ths
American pioneers of Santa Fs county,
died ou Mouday at his horns at Kxpauola.
He was a Frenchman birth and lived
long time In California prior to moving
to New Mexico. To him belongs the
credit of plantiug the first grafted fruit
tree In New Mexico. He leaves a splen
did orchard of all kinds of fruit as a
luouumeut. Us has lived for over 81
years on bis ranch, which is on ths old
stage road from Santa Fe, nine miles
south of Kbpanola. Hs leaves a widow,
but no children. His wife Is a sister of
Hon. Mariano Larragoite aud ot Mrs.
William Roberts, of Taos. He was over
80 years ot age, bat continued lu good
health till but a short time before bis
death. Us was a good citizen aud very
generous In his dealing with his Mexi
can and Pueblo Indian neighbors. Uls
ranch Is one ot the Onset la Northern
Ths cycling season Is now opening and
ths prevuiliug question Is, "W here can I
get the beet wheel for the money I care
to iuveety" Let us know your price. Ws
are certain to bavs a wheel that will 01
It. We have good wheels only, but have
many styles at many prices, llano & Co.
Silks for waists, 6 yard patterns, new
and elegant stlkx.ioi) atylee to select from,
hold ae high as $7.80 pattern. Special
this week only (3.60. Golden Rule Dry
Yard wide percales, only seven cents a
yard. Match It If you can. Golden Rule
Dry Goods Compauy.
Fonr cans ot rising tun lye for 25
cents, at Lombardo s.
Mrs. Maudfl L. Orssns, national chalk
talker, snd Miss Hattla Henittraon, na
tional orgMili-f (or ths Wouian's Chris
tian Teniperanca Union, will boM a
meeting at ths Baptist church.
Deputy Sheriff i'eis B leeba em np
from Congress this morning and arretted
Lewis Pjeon, on a charge of forgery.
He will take blot to Congress tor b.s pre
liminary elimination to-uirrow after
noon. Fred. Lyon, formerly In ths employ of
the I'rescott Klectrie company, Is uow In
Globs In the employ of the Klecir.c Light
Company at tbst place. Uu his arrival
at Ulobe ths town had been la dsikuees
(or thres or four days and after a tew
hours work bs bad the llghU la ope ra
tio i. aud ths towu Uluiulusted.
Mr. and Mrs. Uworge Brown and fam
ily, who reeeully loet their home by Qrs
ou ths Verde, aud thereby wers mads al
most penniless, wers ths recipient of a
140 collection through ths efforts of Z. T.
tUuiie, who iuterewlml hlniMf lu their
behalf. Mr. (Hon delivered the money
to Mrs. Browu la pereoa.
Two boys, carrying a monster, squirm
lug bull snaks between them, appeared
ou the streets Monday. Ths sinks was
narly Dins feet long and wss csptured
lu ths rocks weel of Preecott. These
uakes ars perfectly harmless, prey upon
rodents, kill rattlesnakes and ars other
wise serviceable to man. They should
not bs killed.
Hostilities commenced In front of Ho
tel Burke. Ths belligerents wers two
back drivers. Under 8h. riff Dillon hap
pened along and adopted a resolution of
armed Intervention and proceeded lui
mediately to carry It Into execution,
topping ths scrap.
Major W. M. Wallace, of ths Second
cavalry, United Btstes army, who la at
present at Whipple, was formerly a troop
commander In ths Slitb cavalry, of which
H. L. Tea was a member. Mr. Tea says
he served ten years In Major Wallace's
company, and that no Oner officer or bet
ter man sver eommauded a company of
About 1230 Saturday morning, what
migni navs oeen a disastrous lire oc
curred In ths Wells Fargo eiprees olllce,
had It not been for ths prompt reeponss
of ths Qrs department. Ths outgoing
express packages, etc., being near ths
door ready for transportation, wers the
urst articles moved. Ths origin of ths
Qrs Is not known.
J. J. Ekey and J. J. Chatham, ot this
City, have been appointed Inspectors of
customs at Nogales at a salary ot 1 1 per
Ths Arlcona supreme court, sitting at
Phoenix, has denied a new trial for
Parker, ths convicted train robber aud
Green Howard, a sheep man, mysterl
ously disappeared In Phoenix last Satur
day. He received loO on Friday tor
wool, and foul play Is feared.
Judge Fletcher M. Doaue says the far
men in Final eounty will have good
crops this season and ths water service Is
much more satisfactory than it was one
The remains of W. K. Parrott were
shipped by Undertaker Davis to his late
home in Portland, Oregon. A brother.
Archie Parrott, who arrived here, acconx
panted the body.
Thos. Dowd and wife, E. W.Martin
and George K. Nolan, were passengers on
the Santa Fs for Ban Francisco, from
which place they will sail fur Beattle,
there to outfit for the Klondike.
F. W. Brods, who was Injured at Caetls
creek hot springs over a year ago, by
falling from a cliff, died recently In
Pboenli from the effect of ths injuries
received. He has been a terrible sufferer
during the past twelve mouths.
Saturday night a party ot young people
went to the mesa in a largs bus to attend
a dance given there. On the return trip
early Sunday morning the horses and
bus mired In the river and there the
party were forced to remain with slim
prospects of getting ashore without get
ting wet W illis Warren, who was re
turning from Temps on a saddls horse,
came to the rescue ot the water-bound
party. Hs carried ths ladles aehore one
at a time on bis horse and performed the
sams service for ths gentlemen until all
were safely landed.
The Phoenix Gazette says: The Arizona
Live Stock association is working up an
extensive business In furnishing fat cat
tle and bogs to outslds purchasers. With
in the last forty seven hours Its officers
seut a carload ot extra fine steers to Bis
bee. The average weight of the consign
ment was 1,100 pounds and the price
ft. 10. A mixed carload ot fat cattle aud
hogs was seut to Williams. The price of
the latter was $3.V0. Hogs ars reported
scarce in the valley. A carload ot fat
cows was also seut to Wlnelow.
On Saturday last E. A. Clark aud Miss
Annie Laurie MuKlnney were married at
Bowie station. The groom is one ot the
best known pioneers ot Arizona, better
known as Huallapal Clark, the chief ot
scouts uuder General Crook during the
war with the Apaches. Hs came to Art-
zoua thirty years ago and during ths
Apache wars was accepted as ons of the
most courageous Indian fighters iu Ari
zona. The bride is the daughter ot R. H.
MrKlnney, of Bowls.
A gentleman who Is hers from Kansas
City, thinks that an establishment for
canning tomatoes should be a succees lu
this locality. At Las Cruces, N. M., the
factory there shipped to poluts north and
south twenty Qve carloads ot canued to
matoes last year. It It cao be done there
It seems reasonable that ths Salt River
valley can do equally as well, putting up
peas, corn and small fruit at ths same
County Recorder F. W. Sheridan re
turned from his cattle range on the Verde
sixty miles north of the city, where a
rodeo Is now going on. There are about
six days more riding. Mr. Sheridan
thinks he will get about 150 or 200 head
of cattle out ot this round-up. Ths
ranges, bs says, along the river are get
ting a little short, but back In ths hills
the pasture Is very good.
Charles Crows, night watchmun at R.
Wilson & Co's. second hand stors, acci
dentally shot biuixelt with a revolver.
Us went out of the rear door of the store
holding a revolver in bis right baud. It
was discharged, ths ball entering the
outside of the leg just below the knee. It
' plorjghed IN wsy through ths flesh to ths
j ankle, but no bones wers broken. A doc
' tor was sent (or, ths wound was dressed
; aud Mr. Crows was renting comfortably
soon after the shouting, lbs shooting
occurred at almost the eisct spot where
Mr. Crows shot and killed a Mexican
thief tiara! Aeeovdo tour years ago
title he wss trying to bresk Into the
Whether on pleaMirs bent or buflneee.
take ou every trip a bottle of Syrup of
Fig, as It arts ruoet plt-aeautly ami ef
fectually ou the kidneys, liver, aud
bowel, preventing fevers, hesilsches and
other forma ot ait-aut. For sale In bo
rent b rtlles by all leading dMBgluls
Manufactured by ths California rig 8y
rup Co. ouly.
TERRITORY OP NEW MEXICO.
From Sao Juan Time.
Tbe peaches, apricots and ths prunls-
ilmoua trses ars In bloom In Farming
tou. John C. Hubbard contemplates build
ing a two story bmluees house this
Ths foundation Is being Isid for Dr.
R'wentliafa brick residence. Ths new
houae will contain Qve rooms aud will be
built with an eye to cvmlort and con
venience. Dr. John 11. Wrlgjitsman returned from
Chicago where be took a post graduate
counts la medicine lu the Chicago Clini
cal College, aud he aleo took a special
eourse lu an lUHtitutlou devoted to the
eye, ear, nose and throat.
Report reached Farmington that a man
was drowned In ths San Juan river near
Fruitland Wednesday afternoon. Who
ths man was Is not known. Hs was dark
complected and was probably a Mexican.
Us was attempting to ford the river on
horseback aud bad almost reached ths op
posite bank from which hs started when
bs washed from the back ot ths animal
and went down with ths swift current.
His body has not yet been recovered.
From the independent.
Adillsou Skell, ths little son ot ex-
Postmaster L. A. Skelly, is conQued to
his home with an attack ot the all pre
W m. Karp was down from Plnos Altos
for a week or so attending his little
daughter who Is quite 111.
Mrs. Theo. Wildenauer has arrived
from Holhrook, Aril , to jolu her husband
here, who has recently opened up a tail
Miss Vermis Campbell, a student at the
Normal school, left for Hillsboro, having
been called home by the serious Illness
ot her father.
H. M. Gllllg, the mining man, left on
a business trip to San Francisco. It is
understood that Mr. Gllllg Is contem
plating ths purchase of some valuable
properties In the Plnos Altos camp, aud
will eugags In the mining business In
this county permanently.
From the Kutemnar.
Iu anticipation ot a building boom
here this summer, Chris. Schneider Is
putting up a big brick kiln near bis res
idence in the northern part of the olty.
The kiln will bs of 150,000 or lOO.ouC ca
pacity, and will bs nous too large to meet
Lieut. B. C. Gilbert, who Is stationed
at Key West, Fla., writes his father, W.
D. Gilbert, of this city, that hs has mors
business on hand than lis ran well at
tend to. He is aselstaut quartermaster
and commissary in that Important sta
R. 8. Knight and wife, accompanied by
Miss Annie Gordou, arrived from Red
Rock. Mr. Knight reports everything
quiet along the Gila, cattle In good con
ditlon. water abundant, and grass good
on ths ranges.
Cnpt. C. II. Klrkpatrlt'k.ot Central, was
a visitor to the city. Captain Klrkpat
rlck was a veteran ot the civil war, but
lu his prims physically and meutally just
the kind ot a man ueeded In the service
to discipline volunteers. He Ims tendered
bis service as a soldier from New Mex
ico, aud has written Governor Otero to
Silver City is the only town of auy size
In the territory that does not poseess a
military company to defend Its women
and children In case of an luvaelou.
There are plenty of fighting men here, to
heir them tell It, win could bs depended
upon In case of emergency, but they ars
not organized. They are fighters from
Fightersville, aud boldly march to ths
trout, every time they ars aeked to take
somxthing. They might answer the pur-
rm of home guards, but It would hardly
the proper thing to axk them to go to
Cuba. They never take water.
An Interesting Program Prepared
The semi annual meeting of the New
Mexico Congregational aesoclatlou will
be held in Los Kauchos de Atrisco aud lu
this city, begiiiuing to morrow (Friday)
aud lasting over Sunday.
The meeting will open at Atrlsca to
morrow. The services will be lu Span
ish aud promise to bs very interesting.
Sunday. Rev. A. C. W right, of Kl Paso,
will preach Rt Atrisco at 11 a m , aud at
Bare I as mission school at 2 p. m. These
aervli-es will also be lu Spanish.
Saturday and Sunday the meetings
will be held lu the Congregational church
In this city, when the following program
will be carried out:
BATCH DAY. AI'HIL 33.
tfa m What to 1 eai h and Mow to Teach it.
Mr. If. K. Hirlrw. M i Mdry t 'xtfood,
Mnt. L. Colling-. Mi Malel Mulligan
1 1 .'.to a. m. Devotional Svrvlre.
3 p. m. la There a Derreaa ol the Srijav of
hin anil ifinltr
Kev. P. A. Sunnain, Kev. h 11. Aihmun.
Krporta from Ctmrchei and Schoola.
4:30 p. ni.-New Mi iico Woman Miaaionary
Are Home MiMlonaa FaMnre?..
..Mlva Helen llitfillnaon
A MiMlnriMIV 1 4 1 1
Mr. L. A. C. Ilium
Sonil "A uar tlie hchoea" .My tlieLIn
Reading "A belayed MitaiolMry Hm".
II V tlie Llnldieu
Mn. Karl A. Snyder
7:80 p. m.
... Ki-v. Wi
-.litiifc-lon Chudle, I). U
.Kev. Wdalnniftoll C'linate, I). D-
1 lie Loid'a Suuper.
::iu p. in. Workera' r.ipenence Meeting.
:;io p. ill. Tlie Ctiurt.li aa an fcvaiitf cliiltig
P. A Mimnkln. A C. Wright. Mra. U. K.
linlt-w, Ur. Watlln-tiill Clinaly
and h- 11. Aaliiuuu-
These meetings are for ths purpose of
discussing ways ot working, aud ars
opeu to ths public, aud a cordial aud
earnest iuvltatiou Is exteuded to every
one to attend.
Room moulding. Wbltuey Co.
WEtUT CROP ICUETIS.
The wet-k ending April 19 was wry
favorable to New Mexico.
Several light rains furnished the neces
sary moisture and the temperature wss
about normal. The rains were generally
slow aud all the water was aheorted,
doing the greatest possible good.
Crops ot all kinds advanced rapidly.
Iu the northern part email grnlus are
coining np and more are being pinTit "d
snd In the south preparations are beli g
made to put tip the corn crop.
Feed ou the ranges Improved rapidly
aud stiK-k of all kluds are la exceileut
The outlook tor the lambing season,
which is Just approaching, Is Very satis
factory lu view of the rains that bavs
The water lu the streams and acequlas
Is still ample for lr.lgaliou.and tliesutw
in ths mouulalus has melted slowly, so
there Is a fair supply left. Everything
taken lulu consideration, the uutlot k at
preseut Is very satisfactory.
Tbe following extracts from a few ot
.he reports received at this office will be
toukd of Interest:
Albuqurque M. Costers Karly aprl
Cole weie kuietl by the fiuele lu March
aud Diet of April. Peaches not materi
ally Injur.d. vthtai aiKitit lour or live
lui'hen higu and Very llirif ly. U iU same.
tiaiia airuutell tnt-liee high aud prom
I1.1 Ug Ueavy yield. Ail kinds of gtuileu
truck doing well. Kalige It. His raiu.
rrinay night and Saturday 0 16 ot au
lut-li of raiu fell,
Allisou (urant county) W. M. Taylor
Vtanu aud cloudy. Uood thunder
ihi'Wer toward the middle of Week with
Miuewnal cooler wraih-r aud easterly
wind, irees getting greeu. Karniem
(lowing lor corn plaining. Alfalfa six
tuches high. Apples getting lu bloom.
Orvkcloerd Willi fan, warmer weather,
Aztec r. J West, M. D. -Rivers well
tilled Willi water, etlll rising. Not as
much snow iu nioiiulaius as Unual, uioet
of it having fallen In latter partot win
ter and spring, liround dry, small grain
Bernalillo- Brother Gabriel This week
came In very favorably with us nne
ihowersou the loth and llth. making au
Improvement in general. Fruit trees ars
now In full bloom, with ths exception of
quince trees. Graps vines ars beginning
to sprout rapidly, although not yet
pruned. Alfalfa and Wheat are doing
well. Irrigation ditches ars eulllcteiitly
supplied. Ths river supply Is somewhat
(letter than last week, farmers are us
gluulng to prepare land for sowing corn.
Itdugea are fairly improved and cattle
are looking well.
Bluewater J. 8. Van D ren The
warm days ot last week resulted In a
half Inch of raiu ths first of the week,
doing great good to the uew grass. Small
grains generally sown and ths first Irri
gation commenced. Alfalfa coming on
well. Outelds range grasses juet start
ing. Old grasses still good feed aud cat
tle aud sheep doing well. Range mutton
Cliff T.J. Clark Nice rain here to
day, 15th, no frost ths past week. The
grass on the ranges Is growing uicely,
ntock ot all kluds look well. Fruit crop
never looked mors promising Plenty of
water in ths Gila tor all purposes. Ths
Umber Is in full leaf. There Is mors
moisture on the ground than there has
been for several years at this season ot
Farmington J. ft. Wlllets. Weather
warm; ailaifa starting nicely. Some
showers, but did not wet deep. The
ground Is dry. having uo snow during
the winter. Block wiutered nicely. A
great partot the last year's eropof alfalfa
on band and no market. Light snow lu
ths mountains promises a sliortags of
water for soms streams. Our prospect
for fruit was never belter. Apricots and
plums ars trying to bloom. No saud
storms this spring.
Fort l ulou M. C. Needham The week
has heeu a favorable one. Ths rain on
the loth and llth put the soil In tine con
dition. Wheat has now got a gissl start,
alfalfa also. Plenty of water In the
ditches and streams for Irrigation. Stork
came the waiter iu Que condition. Farm'
ers busy planting,
(isllinus Springs Jas. E. Whituiors
The drought was broken at 12:5') on the
loth, with thunder showers and slow rain
all night, amounting to.iuof au Incn.
Monday about uoou another shower of
.21 ot an inch fell, all entered the earth
and did not run off till ths last shower
Apricots all killed In March other kinds
of fruit all right.
Gila Chas. II. Lyons Hangs first
elites, aud stock fat. Plenty ot water In
the river for Irrigation and the amount
o( snow lu the mountains in this vie In
ity Is fully up to ths average, so there
will bs uo lack of water for Irrigation
this summer. Peaches will maks about
one third ot a crop If nothing more hap
pens to them. Too early to say what
other fruits will do.
HillslM.ro Krauk I. Given Thunder
stonu commencing early lu the morning
of ths loth followed by a gentle ruin
which was completely atwoibed by the
soil, trotst ars vrowiiig uiieiy.
Las Crucee C. K. Mead Up to dute
crops look exceedingly well. Ailaifa will
avernge aisml six luchee lu height, wheal
probably five or six. The raiu on the 15ih
ulld HWh did Vegetallou a great ileal of
good, (1 01 of an inch having fallen. Fruit
crops considerably damaged by the I me
fronts:. There la probably one third of a
crop of peaches. Highest temperature.
7'J ou the 14th. t'leuty ul water lu irrl
La Luz sirs. a. i rinniey ine
weather has been exceedingly favorable
for all kinds of vegetation. Alfalfa l
liMiking Hue, gardens coming on nicely,
fruit aliuudaut, Conditions could not well
Los Alamos Wm. Frank Reason bad
heeu very dry, but a drizzling rain com
menced ou I he loth lu the evening, lust
ing all night Klver very low, but
ditches running full and apparently large
amount of snow In the mouulalus
Farmers are busy planting aud a large
acreage of wheat and oats has been put
in. Kheep have wintered without any
material lues and with tin rains that
have started, the lumb crop is expected to
be a good one.
Han Marclal J. W. McCoach A good
rain on the Kith and fog In the uiorniug
of the lllli. Grass ou the range lisikuig
tine and stork doing well.
Santa Fe I'lilted States Weather Bu
reau Uood rains during the week have
advanc! all crops rapidly. Fruit trem
Im ginning to bloom and the outlook for
all crops Is exceileut. Feed on ranges Is
starting nicely. 11. B. II kk.sk v.
Sectiou Director, Santa Fe, N. M.
Uucklen'a Arnlea aalva.
The beet salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, teller, chapped bauds, chilblains.
corns and all sklu eruptions, ami post
lively cures plies, or no pay. Il Is guar
anteed to give iwrfect satisfaction or
moni'V refunded. Price, 'iXi cents per box.
Kor sale by all druggists. J. U. U Hlelly
4 alarrn taiiuot Ha t urad
with bs-al applications, a thev cannot
reach the seat of ihe disease. Catarrh Is
a bliHul or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure It you must take Internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken
Internally, and acts directly on the blood
ami mucous surfaces. Halls t atarrh
Cure is uot a quack medicine. Il was
preecrilitvl by one ot the best physicians
In this country fur years, aud Is a regu
lar prescription. It Is composed of the
beet tonics known, combined with the
best blood portlier, acting directly ou
tlie mucous surfaces. The perfect Com
bination of tlie two Ingredients Is what
produces such wonderful results lu cur
ing cutarrh. Send for testimonials, free,
F.J. CHL.NfcV. & Co., Propa.,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
rare and pride a
woman tear la
fine and fit ever?
dainty gown and ftltny bit of lingerie tnnt
be. lint how about herself, her on fine
and delicate phyidrnl otgnnlm? Ilaa tliia
most important of all conMdcratlona been
neglected? Ilaa alie any weakneaa or ail
ment which (agoing to unfit and Incapaci
tate het for hatipy marriage 1
No woman la fit to marry who haa any
unhealthy condition of the anrclal atruc
ture moat Intimately concerned in wifehood
and motherhood. Nn modest reluctance
ahnnld prevent her aeeking immediate re
lief from anch troordra. There la no need
of the mortifying examinations so deteata
t1 to ernaitiv. minded women. Doctor
rierce'e Favorite Preacrlption a daily cur
ing thonmanda of women of Iheae troubles
in the privacy of their hnmee.
The Favorite Prescription " la th only
proprietary remedy of itt kind prepared by
an educated, atitborited physician. There
ht hardly a case ao ohMinnte that It will
not completely and permanently cur.
Mrs. ftmme fl. Cloeer. of Sedkey, Jay Co.,
Indiana, in a letter to ln Pirrce aava ,f ran
recotnmend IH rletry'a ravtrHe frewrintton
tn anymie who aiilTrra wllh any female diraae.
When I wa in my teeim I wa alwnv ! k. I
took your medinnr before 1 waa married and
now I am a well pernn. I am now twenty
three. I haw alao liken Dr l-ien-e'a Golden
Medical fMcnvery and ' Pleaaanl pellet,' ami
can recommend tnem all. '
It la dmrglat's bualncaa to aell you, not
to tell yon, what yon want
W all paper at Futrelle's.
Dipping tanks. W hltnoy Co,
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Lamps and trimmings. Whitney Co.
Qneensware, glassware and tinware at
Native wins, ISO cents per gsllen at A.
Freeh Kansas eggs cents, native
eggs 17) cents, at Lombardo's.
Laces, Chiffons, embroidery and rib
bons In endless variety at The Big Store.
It yon want anything In ths binding
or Job printing Hue, call at The Citizkn
(Hd Manse and Scudder maple ssp,
only 25 ceuts per gallon at A. Lombar
do's. Rny your camp stoves aud have your
tin-work done at the Star tlnshop,
Look into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. Us has the nicest fresh
meats in the eltv.
Hot chile eon carne served every night
at ths Paradise. Do not wise tt Baclie
chl it Glnmt, proprietors.
This week's special sals at Golden Rule
Dry Goods company Is silks, drees goods,
embroideries, Oxford shoes aud percales.
The latest la shirt waist sets are the
Rob Rny plaid sets aud the antique jew
eled sets to match jeweled belts. Rosen
Have your roof painted with asphalt
elastic root paint and your leaky roof re-
B aired with asbestos cement. A. W.
layden has It.
The beet place for good, juicy steaks
and roasts and all kluds of meats, kept
lu a first rbtas market, at Klelnwort a,
norm Third street
Be wise and attend special sale at
Golden Rule Dry Goods company's. Kx
traordinary low prices on silks, dress
goods, embroideries, low shoes aud per
cales. I Aides wearing number 2J, S and 3
shoe, can S'tcure aoiu great bargains at
A. Slmpler's closing out sals, as be has
an unusually largs stock of these num
bers In shoes which must be disposed of
at any sacrifice.
We would have no trouble with Spain
if she only realized ths immense atrength
and reeources of our nation. If you un
derstood our ability to provide for the
wishes of our patrons you would not go
elsewhere. Uahn & Co., N. T. Aruiljo
:enul la llluod lli-cli.
i ii un i.iiiihi
Laad Urant Hurvejra Kaauilnail.
T. M. Hurlburt, special examiner of
surveys for ths gni rsl laud olllce; J. F.
Ortiz, t'uited Htates deputy surveyor, and
8. t). Fletcher, have returned from a
sixteen days trip into northern New
Mexico, during which trip ths following
land grant surveys wers examined:
The Piedra Lunihre and the Pulvadera In
Kin Arriba county and Jacona tn Santa
Fs county. The surveys were found in
good hliape. There' has been consider
able raiu lu that section aud the streams
ruunlng through these grants, the Can
ones, the Chama and ths Pulvadera, con
tain a good deal of water. In the Abl
quln mountains there is a good deal of
snow. The range is good aud stock looks
well. In the valleys ths farmers are
putting lu their crops and are this year
sowing a larger area of wheat than ever
before. New Mexicau.
Chang of lriiaclpal time.
PursiiHiit to notice a meeting of the
hoard ot directors of ths W hlte Oaks aud
Kansas City railroad company was held
to day In this city at the Palace hotel,
says the New Mexican. The following
.llri-cU.rs were present: ('. B. K-lily, John
Kddy, W . A. Hawkins and Max Frost,
all citizens ot New Mexico. Home rou
tine busiuees, not of public Interest, was
disposed of and a resolution was paa.sed,
changing the principal ortiea of the com
pany, from Santa Fe to the new towu of
Alaiuogordo in eastern Dona Ana county.
The meeting of directors then adjourned,
sul jecl to tlie call ot the president ot the
If you are a republican and believe in
the policy of protection, then why not
uphold your theori by taking out your
policy for pro'ectioii against lire In that
grand, old, true aud tried American In
stitution, tlie Insurance Company of
North America, which has protected
Americans to the extent of over '.S i,(J i,
i) of liMaee from fire. Or If you desire
to be doubly protected, take a policy of
tlie Philadelphia I'mlerwriters, guarau
tessl by two of America's foremost com
panies backed by over $H1II.I,W ot
good American aneeta.
Hknky I,ih kiiaht.
Rooms i aud & Grant Block.
The Rev. W. II. Vteavpr, iiastur of the
1'. U. church, 111 llniiur. I n , rHCiitfiiizxa
tliH value rif (' tiriiulierluiri'M ( ouifti
UeuiiMly, mil ilm-M not liHHiUtn to tfll
otliHm atK.nt it. "I have uwhI l'huiiilirr
laiu'a ('oiiKh HKiurxly," lie tmy, "anil Uml
It an excHlli-iit nMii'ine for imiIiIh, coiik'h
ami (iiiarHi'iirwH." Ho ilneM evtr)uiie who
given it a trial. Ho hi bj all iiruyi(lHU.
FaraiMilH, parainiiii, parafuilH. The latrat
Btylin ami InwttHt priftvi.at Tlin Mg Hture.
All wool lirnw kimmIk only 25 rHiitH yaril
at (iolilt'U Itiilti l)i j Uoodii cuuiiany.
lll(tiiwt rirlcen pulil for guilts' cluthlug
at Uart'a, 117 UoM avenue.
OIH n c run K ill. Twi
lie, inly will,,, ut il. I .im .iirel a, I micly I .llJuir
tie i li nn jour blood and k. 1 1 it ii.ui, li
in I mil np l lie l.iy hvi-i-Niid dl ivniK nil Im
luiiitii-a from the body. Ili um In day to
1.;iiii-Ii pimpli a, I ..ii U, liluli hen, l.l,i. l.lii-n.l,
and 1 1 nit au'klv hilimm rolliilevioti by Hiking
Cnm-un-tpi, licmity for ten tenia. All drug,
giata, antiafuclioii guaranteed, lov, 25c, Sue.
MAY 4.-th, 5th, Gth,
By May X Two Hundred Horses will be
on the track and in temporary stables
All tho Great Stako Horses from
Liouis, Butte, Anaconda and Kansas City Tracks.
LADY JilinST. LOS PJUESTOS. HOSE D'OU.
UK0UUE IWLMEU. .MELODY. JOE HAI1T.
LITTLE T. U. SIR KENNETH. TOMMY TUCKEB.
and other Stako Winners. Just as good as
San Francisco or Now Orleans.
Special One-Fate Round-Trip Passenger Rate to Albuquerque
FROM MAY 8 TO MAY 9.
Don't miss the Gre-Ust Racing Carnival ever held in the Southwest.
G. C. B. CULLEY. Secretary. JOHN S. TRIMBLE. President
IK. rHAKIIH 4IUMMOM,
OFFICII AND RKSIDKNCK 40 We
Mold enne. tlmirai I lo 10 a. m S to
t and 7 In p. m.
bperial attention (teen tn geoeraj .nrf erf.
Automatic Telephone lau.
UIU. HIHHOP a) HINHOF,
HOMIKOHATIIIC PHYSICIANS AND
Hlll.eona OftJee And realtlenre over poat.
om.. 4 lid Telephone New Telephone
InH. Mia. Muhn Klahnp, M !., ofltre bonra,
I lo I i. m. rr.n O. Ili.linp, M, U., ofBre
bnura, 9 tn 10 . rr. and 1 lo I and 1 to t p. tn.
Taae elevator at Whitney a.
JOHN VAMIIIEH, M. !..
PHV8ICIAN AND BUKUKON-Offlc. and
rr.ldenre.107 north Iflb reet. Il.inrt, I
to land 6 :S0 to ?:SO p.m. bpeelal atlaollun
aieeo to chronic and dfaeaae. ol women. Old
telephone, uu. Caila mad. In dayltm. only.
H. D. JOHMIHIH,
ARCUITKCT Plana, .peclHcatlon. and es
timate, furnished fot all i lr.nee. nf bnlid
In. and architectural work. ODJcel 10 WM
FKICK and realdence, No. 41 Weat Uold
av.nae. Teleiihunn Na 88. OAMrehorifa
I to B a. m i 1 :u lo 8:110 and 7 lo p. m.
Ii. 8. kaatnrdar. M. (. . H. Kaatenlay, M. D.
w. u. Hum, M.
KK1CK HOUKS-Untll a m. and from
1 :80 tu :IIO and from 1lnlD.m. Clrhra
and rreldence. 0 We Uotd ivcou, Alba,
qa.rqu., N. M.
K. J. Alcer, U. I, S.
AKMIJO III.OCK, OI'POSITK 1LFKLD
liitia'. lllliie hourai H a. in. to U ao
p. in.i 1 :80 p. in. to b p. ni. Auto. Tel. No.
4'4. Appointment, mad. by mail.
ATTORN KY-AT-LAW. Albagoarqn., N.
M. Prompt attention (Iven to all bualnea.
pertain Ina to the profeexlon. Will practice In
ail conrta of the territory and before Ui. t'ulwd
Mtate land tittle.
WILLIAM I. Ul,
ATTOHNRY-AT-LAW. DfUra, room ,
ht. T. Armllo bulldina. WU1 practlc. In
ii tu. coon, tic ui. wmiory
JOHMNTOM a riMIVAL,
A TTOHNKYS-AT LAW. Albnuuernne. N
V M. Olllce, room. 1 and a, rtrat National
M. W. 1. HHVAM
TTOKNKT-AT-LAW, Albuquerqn. N
L M. Ollite, rlret National Uank builillna
VKAMK W. CXAMOV,
TTOHNKY-AT LAW. room, land 1,
T. Armllo builUuifl, Albuqueniue, N. M.
m. W. UfiHMUM,
TTOHNKY AT LAW. tlflire over Rob
i vrtson'a grocery atore, Albuquerque. N. M.
H. H. Warkentin
Albcqmrqne Bowling Parlors!
Corui Kirnt Ht. and Copper Ave.
Tlietltifpt Howling Allryi In the 8oiitht
Nice plir lo ipetui tlieevvnlng.
Ik Hew Chicago
AS on of tlie Dloerit rntiurw In tlie
eltv, and la atinplltxl with tlie
Deal ana Qutwt Uijuors.
UE1SCH & BETZLER, Proprietors.
Plilnndld Lrxlfrlng Kooma bj the day,
week or mouth.
809 Weat Railroad Avenna.
Very Finest ViTines,
Liquors and Cigars
Tlilid Ntreet and fljurai Avenae.
Atlantic Boor Ilall!
tiCHNEUDER k UI.Tltoi-s.
Cool Kef bewoadranahtt toa Bneet Natlva
Win. and lu. very beat ol flret-claa.
Llgnora (ilv. ru a call.
UAtiaoADA ,-f Al Hnooaaooa.
A Niileil I- m,
Grande A I'lrentil frn: tliem we reap, D
all an i i.f l.iotitira, tin. and cueal
Rttllaiile gua'ilv we a-t-l here, A
ti ll liiiie -iihkU I. tlielr ldr
Alwayacool an I .Finrii, their Heer, n
quite i'.tjiiHllrd (ax or oeal a
Noble Wlnea. all (.atrnlia ireet, C
linpiirte-l ami cl meaiu-, aStiu k romplet Ed
DellLloli. Clfe-are, too, liere we Main. aj
clliilreat tlaviira we ubtai 1
Licellent Koo.n. ootli clean ami rient, r
r at 'iuw on liiiutti l ir.t Mree 1
&lllll.at Altilileniiie there are plrnty
who faviir tK AN 1K A FAWhNTl
ONI FOR A D08C.
BiiKiuaiioM, I'urifi th Hl'H.J.
Cur U a. lav bo au1 UriiwMli
nu.KiiiMJI or III. Ikw.I. ali d.y la mm T1
b.alll Th.l B.llh....liu.m.....,.n a-......
i S ...... ww witi man aaiuiMa Tt"i. ot run !oa to.
Im. aWid oi druaiuu. On. ku.ANKO CO. Pkiia. Pa.
Two yoarH bko II. J. Warreu, a drug
gM at rieuHunt HriHik, N. Y., bmiglit a
Hinall tiuily of t'tiuiiilxriuiira CoiiRh
KeuitHly. IIh Hunm up tha rtwult an fol
Iowh: "At that time he gmKla were un
knuwa In thia eti.m; to day Chaiulwr
laiu'a C' ul' Kxuimly la a hiiiiwtiulil
wurcl." II ia tlie wtnie lu hiiiulrwlH of
miiiiiiiinit m. VN lieremr tlie rikxI qiiall
tieM ot riiaiiiherlalu'a Couirh Hfiuwiy lie
cxiuie known tha prmple will have noth
ing elrM). for itule by all ilruggiHta.
ho-To-Hae r.ir liriy liuta.
liunniiiuw d t.tlm -o ti;ii n enrii. iii-.l.c. v.eak
IUiju ilruug, UluuU tuio. 6-ki II. AilUravU
Nice Imlglng roouiH. 23 ci'iitu ur night,
at No. Ill Klrnt HtrMrt. MrM. 1. I'arnutl,
NovkIIIh In our (ju.'t-iiHwure ilxpart
nient. V III tuny Co.
8(ieclal aule of hlai'k JrH-w gouda at
Crockery and gluenware. V hltuvy Co
Ever Held in the Southwest
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
AuthorUed Capital ....tftOOyOOO.OU
Pald-np Capital, Snrplna
and FToQte SUtrOOOOO
Tbe Bank of Commerce
vuu im vaasiar axosLaaraa ad ubcb
allaJt. amua am oaten Pi.ielt
OaaUHMl vltk nvarlajbla
at, B. Oraao, Preelrtant J. C. BAi.oaiDaa, Lombar. W. C. LaoaaBD, Capital I.
H. P. Hoaoaraa, Vlca-Pra.td.ot. A. KiaaaAHH, Ktoamuo Broa. Wool.
W. I. iTiiomi, Caahlee. A. M. BLAoawaix, Utom, Blackwall a Con Urcear
U. J. Kaaaaoa, Aaaletaat Caablay, w. A, Mas watx, WbolaaaJ. DranlM.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka k Santa Fe Filwa.
Wholes alo Grooorsa
cmSvSc'S.'m axbuquerue. N. IX.
MAXWELL TIMBEll CO, CATSKILL, N. M.
Y Ba.y la Win,
No prataura on
ho unilnr.il j .
W. Li. TR1MBL.E & CO.
Lively, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Dctween Railroad and Copper Avea'
Horaaa and Mnlaa Boagbt d Bxahaagf.
Aganta for Columbus Baggy CampaiTj
Tha Boat Turnouts ia tho Cltf.
Carriagei, Road Carta. Spring Wagoni, Victoriaa
Ouggtea, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale, t I t i
AfMrPM W. Ii. TBFMRLK m. Albnrinftroti. Nw Mneo
TOTI Sc 0-JEtJtx.JDX9
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND CRA1N.
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Good.
Sold genta for San Antonio Lima.
Ww lYWihot V47. ?1B ANP 17 KORTH THIPD ST
Albuquerque foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Iron and Braae Catui Or., Coal and Lombar Cara I Bhaflliif , rnllara, Orata Ban
Babbit Ma i i Column, and Iron Fronta fur BaU llng.i Rapaira oa
Utuio and attU Macblnary a Bpaotaity.
FOUNDRY: 'OE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Student of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Franco.
-EJvrlxilia o. SpooialtVa
TUIUTI-BU TKA113' PBACT1CK. UKN ONLT TBKATKD.
A ear. aarantred In .very ea nnderlaken when a car. I. prartlrahl. and poaalbla
(iiioonbiiea, aleei and aulrtur. aiieeillly cured with lr. Uli-ord'a rrenrh Uamwlle. UkhI
ca.ea7m;ieiitiy cured wittii" 'l UKriK UAYS. NO ClIBKBd, 8ANDALWOOU Oil. not
CllhalHA ued Siierinatiirrlioea, emlnal luawea, nliitit emilun, Inaomula, de.pond.ncr,
radically cured. Klcurd . method practiced lo the Wiirld'a Hospital, Parla. U.ferauc.l 0el
ao.ooo paii.nl. aucceMlully cuied within th. laat nln. year. Can relay to patient, curad, by
permlaalon. lnealmte. llltto WOT deeaiiteenlii atrtMrt, DH Champa, ItouvM, Culo.
Kn.liali. branch, doiinmn Holi.ii. Ituaalan and Huh.inlan .in. ken. OuaaadtaUoa and Oaa
.,, .1 - CurreapLina.ac. aullcllMI Kitclly eooOdaulUl
San Francisco, St.
U. 8. DKL'OSITUUI.
Dcpoiittvy lor the Atlantic t
l'acific and the Atchison,
Topeka A Santa Ke
0FFICEE3 UD DIEECT0E5:
M. W. rLODBNOT ....TKrrwldaDt
rEAKK UoKKK....AitaljfUnt Oaahiat
A. A. BRANT.
In Albuquerque, H. 11.
im om ohjbiu.
216 Railroad Avenue.
Telephone 1(3. ilbnqaerqne, I. M.