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Both the method and rvtralt when
Syrup of Figs Is taken; it is pleasant
id refreshing Co the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the KRlneya,
tirer and lkiwels, cleanse the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and enres habitual
constipation. Syrnp of Fig U the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste ana ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
it action And truly beneficial in it
effects, prepared onlr from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, it
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 bottle by all leading drag
gist. Any reliable drnggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
euro it promptly for any one who
wishe to try iL Do not accept any
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placea In the city l 8. K. Newcomer, till
Railroad avenue; llawley'e News Iepott South
(rcond atreeti II. A. Matwm Co'. No. llo6
Hallroad avenue, and Harvey a hatlug House
at the depot.
THK KKKR I.IST-The free Hat of Tits
C'lTtr.SN embracea Notice of Hirtha, aaar
Mages, runerala, Keatha, Church Service, and
kutertalnmenta where nnarlmlaslnn la charged,
HUUUkS McC'KKlOH I ,
kdltora and Publisher.
The Rosy Freshness
And a velvety anftaea of th akla la lire,
riably obtained bv I boa was as fosauai'
Territory of New Meilco, In the District Court
of the County of HernalilUi.
manon A. tucsparron,
To the Defendant. liiinh MrKDarrnn:
Vou are hereby notilled that aaulthaabeen
filed In the District Court of the Second Jull.
cial District of the Territory of New Mrtlco
within and for the County of Bernalillo, agaioat
you by Marlon A. McSparron praying Tor an
absolute divorce from vou on the grounds of
aburif'oninrttt and habitual drunk, lines, and
asking for the care, custody and control of the
minor children; and unless you enter your
apiearanc in asiu cause on or tierore the otn
day of June, lmiw, a decree pro conleaaowill
be entered against you.
II. P. Own, Cleik.
L. L. Hinmy, Ciallup. N. M .
Planum a Attorney.
WANTKD L'PKHiHTANI) KAITHPl'L
genilenien or lailira to travel ffsrreeron.
alhle ratal)1 Ished house In Albuquerque, N.M.
Monthly, tilt and ripenara I'oaitlon ready.
Krterruc. Knclose at-lt-addresNcd etamiied
envelope. Th Dominion Company, Dept.
IV, v mtapo.
BATTXIC HYMN or THK HEPl'BLIC,
Mine eyea have aeen the glory of the coming
ol the I a d;
He la tiatnpling on the vintage where tbc
liruie. or strain ate atoreu;
He hail, liitmrd the fateful lightning of bis ter
rible swilt swuril.
Ilia truth la marching on.
I have seen Mm In the w.t.h fire of a bun
dled nuiirg campa;
They have buildi d Hun sn altar In the even.
Inir itt-svs a) d ilsi.it...!
1 can re-d Ilia rig teoua sentenc by th dim
and Hiring lanipj.
Ilia day la marching on.
I have read a fiery goapel, writ In burnished
rows ot aleei;
"As ye deal wuh my contemner, so with you
my irrm e snai ueai ;
Let the Hero bom of woman, crush tbc er.
pent with his heel."
btnee liud la marching 00.
He baa aounrled forth th trumpet that shall
llrvrl cull r, treat!
II Is siitii g nut the hearts of men befor His
JiKlaliient seat :
U, be awl t. my soul to answer Hlrnl b Jubl
tant niv feet I
Our Uod Is marching on.
In the lieauty of th lilies Christ was born
across the aea,
Withaiilory In His bosom that transfigures
you and me 1
AsHedird to make men holy, let us die to
n.uae men irre.
Jclia Wand Hows
A Hralal Aaaaalt.
Himdar afternoon MeleUm Navarl,
who claimed to bs acting; as policeman,
but who, It will be remeiutmrw), wasdls-
wWd from the rwvlce of the city rouu
ell mini sli Wrekt a Kn, brutally beat up
Clmrles Harnett with a revolver, Drat
strlkicg him a blow on tha forehead
which felled blm like an ox aod them,
while I) lug helpletts on the ground,
struck hi in repeatedly over the head with
the same weapon. Iputy Sheriff Ed.
Corker appeared about this time, dis
armed Navarln, placed bint under arrest
and put him In Jail. Threats of lynch
lug were freely Indulged In, but the
coolnees ot Corker prevented Its eieou
tion by the angry crowd.
Navarls was let out of jail on a bond of
$ Vk), and his siamtnatlon on motion of
the district attorn ey, has been postponed
until neit Monday.
Burnett U terribly beaten up, Ave or
sli awful gaehea on his bead and face
showing the punishment he received.
W bat his Injuries may result In cannot
as yet be told. Katon Reporter.
Jus. Badarracco bat) opened his popular
summer resort on th Mountain road.
north of the city, and patronage is In
vlted. It will be kept orderly and the
bar is mipi'lied with tha bent of liquors
Call at "The Green Krout" shoe store
for children's and mtHMen' sandals and
ox fords, black and tan, latent styles, 6 to
H, US cents; 8' to 11, WJ rents; 11U' to 2,
i; ladW oxtords, 1. W. Chaplin, pro
I)r. W. II. Oreenburg will lecture on
"Science and Religion'' at the Albert
Congregational hall at 8 o'clock this
Ladles' Oxford shoes, all style and
sixes, special this week; f 1.40 a pair
uoiuen time iry uoous company.
Four cans of rUlng sun ly for 36
cent, at Lowbardo's.
UliMl UUIM JILJ
NEW MEXICO NEWS
Gallop, April 21. -Roy Cummlngs re
turned from a visit to Chicago, on Bun
Instead of April's showers we are hav
ing the last ot March' winds.
The ball gams between the Santa K
Pacific ear repairers and the Red Jerseys
on Sunday last, resulted In a score ot 7
to 6 lu favor ot the Jerseys.
We are sorry to learn that Walter
Coleuso bas beeu forced to reeigu his po
sition In the Caledonian store, on account
ot 111 health.
Tout Onborne coined to towu occasion
ally now. He Ls a trelguter for C. 0.
It. W. Milligen was In on a eommer-
ei.ti trip this week from San Juau valley.
A. Bowie Is Improving bis property on
tiir hill south of town.
'in nioviug ot troops from Fort Win-
gate ore tsloued several people to go up
lor slock. J. J. Keegau purchased a Que
cow aud 11. Codduigtuu a horse from
LlfUleuaut Wallace, hereral other peo
ple also weut to Um pos.,auioug them
being tV. C. Johnson, J. I). Boone aud U.
air. Lyous, of Denver, paid our mer
chant a Visit ou aiuuday.
Several weddings are reported to occur
several pretty display wludows are
uolioeable about towu.
Palmer Ketuer has put aoms nice fruit
trees lu at hut reaidence ou Axiec avenue
Litlls Ueorii Harlow U quite sick with
- Major Oreen has a company of national
guards In readiness for the coining war.
Tbe Sauta Fe Paclflc ls building a rail
road to the "W, A. Clark" mine, west of
waiter Foulks la reported very sick
with congestion ot the bran accompanied
by convulsions, the result of ths grip.
Hiss Laura Armstrong leave to-night
for a month's visit In Albuquerque.
Mr. Cohen, a representative of Nen-
stadler Bros., San Francisco, paid our
dry goods merchants visit this week.
From the Sacramento Chief.
J. A. Kddy will move hla family to La
Lux about May I.
A party of government surveyors are
expected here soon to survey township 16
south ot La Lux.
W. J. Fullen butchered a steer that
dressed 870 pounds ot flue beet. The
steer was a product ot W. I. Ward's
ranch on the Alamo.
Fred. Neymer, Sam. Mode, Thomas
Rogers and John Meehan. all from Kddy,
arrived In town. Mr. Neymer contem
plate locating here and opening op a
A government surveying party passed
through here tbe past weeek to survey
lauds In the Sacramento mountains.
The party expects to return and survey
the township la which Alamo Gordo Is
A petition ls being circulated for the
establishment of a postomce at Alamo
Gordo, Ave miles south of La Lug. Alamo
Gordo Is to be the junction station of the
Alamo Oordo A Sacrameuto Mountain
railway with the Kl Paso & North
eastern. ANTA FK.
From th New Mexicau.
Governor Otero returned Tuesday even
ing from Las Vegas and with him came
the Misses Kate and Ruth Reynolds and
Miss Atkins of Las Vegas, ou a visit to
Dr. L. K. Klttrell, of Socorro, who ls
strongly Indorsed for appointment as
postmaster of Stsgorro aud who was here
looking after tbe cliano for appolut
uieut, left Tuewlay night for home.
Dr. W. 8. Harroun returned from Al
buquerque, where be had beeu for a two
or three days' rest aud to visit his son,
P. K. Harroun. The doctor report the
season in that elty as nearly two weeks
lu advance of what it la lu Santa Fe, and
that the trult growers there fear tbe
apricots have all been killed by recent
frosis. The people of the Duke elty ex
pect that a cannery aud fruit preserving
works will be built In Santa Fe, not only
tor the benefit ot Santa Fe couuty, but
for that ot tbe entire territory.
Marcus Kldodt received a mesnagefrom
Conejos, Colo., Wednesday morning,
bearing the Intelligence of the death of
his brother Nathan, which occurred Tues
day night, a tew minute after W o'clock.
Mr. Eldodt had been 111 but a short time
and death resulted from appendicitis.
The deceased was bora lu Ueruitny In
1840, coming to America in lo0 and set
tling lu Santa Fe In lHtfl, clerking for
Splegelberg Bros, for about a year. In
ltMli he weut to San Juan aud engaged
In business. lu 1H04 he was joined by
Mr. Marcus Kldodt, aud la ItMM by Hon.
Sam Kldodt. In 1872 he disposed of his
Interest lu the busiues and weut back to
Europe, remaining several years. In 1H7S
be returned to America aud 'estab
lished a business house lu Conejos, mak
ing his home In that place until death
From the Bang.
George Ives had his hand painfully
pinched last week In making a coupling
on his train.
A. Cecil has disposed ot his business
Interests In Albuquerque and will devote
all his atteution to Raton.
Bhsburg and Raton played the first
game of base ball of the season Sunday.
Tbe sot re was 1 1 to 8 In favor ot Raton.
Engineer W. L. Blount was presented
last Saturday by bis estimable wife with
a handsome baby daughter, and he ls the
proudest and happiest man ou the road.
K. W, Fulghum, the successful man
ager of the Waller C. Uadley company,
made a business trip to Arizona this
week, where he has extensive mining in
terests. Howard Cass, who was so badly
wounded lu one ot hla arms In Buena
Vista a few days ago, ls getting along
very nicely. He expects to be able to
get around In a few days more.
From Ibe Independent Democrat.
John U. Riley shipped fifteen carloads
of cattle to Garden City, Kansas.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Bennett-Stephenson Min
ing company the following named were
re-elected: President, N. Reymond) di
rector. P. Frendenthal, W m. McCoy, W.
Dessauer and M. Lo'tman.
The long lookcd-for event of Charlie
Cowan's wedding dm at Isat transpired.
He aod Mis Alice Lapoint were bound
In the holy bond of wedlock by Father
Lasenlgne, at 7 o'clock on the evening of
April 18, In the rectory ot the Catholic
Mc.New Is not held, without bail, to the
next grand jury, a stated by some ot our
exchanges. He Is being held until the
deteiiae can secure lis witnesses for a
bearing, under habeas corpus proceed
ings. W. 0. Seeor, civil engineer, couaected
with ths land department of the Santa
Fe Pacific rallrtMMl, cams la on business
with ths laud ouV aud returned to Al
buqiierque the uext day.
Mrs. Youudt, ot Kansas City, Mo, ar
rived from Salt Lake City, I'tah, on a
visit to ber daughter, Mrs. Ueorge H.
Pat MarVham, ot the Organ, sold a half
Interest In a gold quart mine to B. C.
Arrival ( th Miliaalana.
The date of the advent of this happy
period lias so olteu Iwu tiled by proplint
of many creeds, and there has bet u so
many Uisappjiuuurutr, that a grave
doubt ol lis reality has gotten lu the
miud even ot the credulous. But those
acquainted with the facts are aware
I roiu personal ubwrvaliou and experi
ence that ttoetettei's Moiuarh Hitters Is
au admirable means ot preventing and
reiumiyiiig kidney ami bladder coiu
pialuis. Liver and malarial trouble,
ctinsilpaliou. sick headache, uervcu-diexi
and Usuaea are all overcome by this beti-etlt-eiit
rexulaUir and tonic Vtlieu ap
petite Is impanel and sleep broken or
unrefreelilng, a wineglasefiil shortly be
fore meals and before retiring will do
much to remedy tiie dillloully.
BIG CAtTLB C0HCERJI.
Garrett k NcCormtck Stock the Clutton
Raack en the Maxwell Grant.
Stanley II. McCormck, ot the cattle
raising firm ot Garrett A McCorruIck, of
Colfax eounty, was a passenger last
night en route from Springer to Arlxona,
where he goes to buy cattle for the pur
puse of stocking the extensive Clutton
ranch on ths Maxwell laud grant rented
by the firm, says the New Mexican. Mr.
McCorruIck is the son of tbe late Cyrus
H. McCorruIck. ot Chicago, who was, dur
ing his lifetime, the largest manufac
turer of agricultural Implements la this
country. The firm has already invested
about 173,0(10 In cattle aud will make
more purchases to fully stock tbe ranch
and range leased by It. The range is
fenced and Is located In one of the best
cattle raising sections of the great south
west. The senior member of the firm
resides la Baltimore. Both gentlemen are
quite young, but are possessed of excep
tional business. qualification aud energy.
They have ample capital to back their
enterprises. The news that men of this
stamp are coming to New Mexico, are
Investing their capital In the territory
aud easting their lot here, 1 certainly
good. .The territory cannot have too
many ot this class of men.
WHEN THA V Kit NO,
Whether on pleasure bent or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
Figs, as it acta most pleasantly aud ef
fectually on the kidneys, liver, aud
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and
other forms ot sickness. For sale in 60
cent bottle bv all leading druggists
Manufactured by the California Fig Sy
rup Co. only.
HLA NO IIKKV1TIKS.
A F llama front th lluasnlng Cochltl
Bland, N. M . April 21.-Mrs. Merrill,
wire of Supriutendent Merrill, of the
Albemarle mine, was called to Boston
during the week by a message announc
ing ths illness ot her mother.
Superintendent of Construction John
son, of the Albemarle, was "tickled half
to death" this week by the arrival of bis
wife from Denver.
Four inch pipe are being distributed
up the cmijou and over the mountains
tor five miles to IVralta canyon, where
water will be obtained for Albemarle's
residents. Two tanks, thirty feet lu di
ameter and twenty feet high, will le
used as reservoirs.
George Fruyii", master mechanic at
the Madrid coal mluns, was a visitor
here during the week. He will return
aud assume a position In Bland.
Ollv. r (Overhuls, ot (Yrrillne, arrived
and will tako up his bimo here with his
Chris. Green, of Cerrtlloa, returned to
that place utter Inspecting the prospect
Harry Woods, of the Star mine, Is In
Ralph DuiiKherty, foreuuu of the
Washington, hits returned from a visit to
M. S. Oluro, who Is Interested In Bland,
was a visitor here tor a few days.
Hurry Cooper, a foreman here ft r
Trimble, Is having a home erected In
Oliver Marsh, of Cerrlllos, ls hull. ling a
home here for himself.
The Bland Herald is now eiisconsed In
Its new home built for It by its editor,
Mr. Wyukoop. Things seem to becom
ing this young man's way lately, aud
Tun Citixkn ls glad of the opportunity
George Marsh, a former peucil pusher
on the New Mexicau, has become a full
Hedged mineral this place.
Thus. Kline ha taken posejlou of his
new building here.
Chicago capitalists are expected here
on every stage, to look over the prospects.
John. R. Stell, a contractor, took a run
down to Albuquerque during the week.
X. V. I.
What Everybody Sayt
About Hood's SarsHparilla is that It
purifies their blood, (fives them an
appetite and makes tlivui feci strong.
These three go together: I'ure blood,
appetite, strength. If you want to
feci well tako II.mkI'i arsapurilla, the
One True Blood Purifier.
Hood' Pills are the only tiills to
be taken with Hood buwapai'llla.
Woodmen of th World.
at Pythian hall at 8
o'clock. All liiMlu-
bers earnestly re-'
,,ut,l I.A nrl
sent, t isiuug sov
ereigns cordially In
vited. J. W. Anukbhon,
D. K. Philipps, Clerk
Old Rye, Bourbon or brandy, "S cents
r quart. Call for samples, al A. Lorn-
II '7 v J II
1D0WH TO bFAIH.
Alex. Jihmon KUlrd ey Fililrg D wn
the Hootlcr Shift.
A shocking accident happened In the
lloosler shaft of the United Glob mines
early yesterday morning, recalling In
the instant death bt Alrt. Johnson, a
miner. The victim was one ot ten men
working In the fifth level, who came Ct
shift at o'clock. Jobnaon was the last
In reach the shaft and found th rag
Oiled. The station tender told him to
wait nntil he returned for him. As the
cage started toward the surface Johnson
was seen to blow out the light lu the
station, which was the Inst seen of him
The shift boss and station tender re
turned a few minutes later to the fifth
level, but Johnson was not there. They
then descended to the sixth level and
were Informed by the pump man that
something weut down the shaft which he
thought was timber. Tbe rage was
then lowered to the sump, 200 feet below
the fifth level, where Johuson' mangled
body was found an unrecognisable mas
1 he gale guarding the shall al the Of lb
level had beeu left open, and Johnson,
probably Iguoraut of the fact, walked
into tbe open shaft and went down to
Acting Coroner Temple held an luquest
over the remains, wuich resalted In a
verdict by the Jury ot accidental death,
acquitting the company ot blame,
Johnson was au old employe of the
company sud ha I lived In the camp tip
sraidiot three years, having woi ked for
the Old Dominion company for some
lime. He was generally well liked aud
bis sudden and awful death Is deeply re
gretted. trlol Silver Belt.
The Tucker Cast Tsi Snlti Divorce
Judge McFle yesterday afternoon or
dered a decree for an absolute divorce le
vied to J. K. Deboo from Margaret D.
Deboo, and entering the costs against
the defendant. B. M. Read appeared for
the plaintiff. Both parties to the suit
live lu Ban Prdro.
District Attorney Spies has filed suits
agaiust ths Second National bankof San
ta Fe aud Lehman Spelgelberg, trastee,
to recover delinquent taxes. In the bank
case, taxes for ths year 18U5 6-7,
amounting to l'b, are due, and In the
Spelgelberg Case, taxes for 18H3 4-6 0,
amounting to f 210.80 are due.
Th mandamus proceeding In the
ease of II. 0. Bursum, sheriff of Socorro
county, versus the auditor of the terri
tory to compel the audit and payment
of certain accounts, held by ' the sheriff
against the territory for transportation
of convicts, will come up before Judge
Hamilton, at Socorro, on May 3, Instead
ot May 22 as first published.
It is not exactly determined as yet, If
the preliminary hearing la the ease of
rhos. S. Tucker, charged with the mur
ler of Hlpollto Vigil, will come off next
Monday. It may eome off at a later
late. Four witnesses for the dofense
have been snmmoued so tar and several
tor the prosecution.
Judge McFle will be la Ls Vegas
uext Monday to hear the case la Cham
bers in the matter ot the county of San
Miguel versus the A., T. A B. F. railway,
wherein the latter company declined to
pay taxes for certain assessments, levied
by the board of county eommsssloners ot
Unit county. Judge H. L. Waldo will, in
all probability, appear for the defendant
wmpany. -New Mexican.
STORIES OF RELIEF.
Two Letters to Mr. Plnkham.
Mrs. Jonif Williams, Engllahtown,
N. J., writes:
"Dun Mua. Piitkbam: I cannot be
gin to toll you how I suffered befor
taklngyour remedies. I was so weak
that I could hardly walk aoroas th floor
without falling. I had womb trouble
and such a bearing-down feeling t also
suffered with my back and limbs, pain
In womb, inflammation of the bladder,
piles and Indigestion. Before I bad
taken one bottle of Lydla E. 1'inkbam'
Vegetable Compound I felt a great deal
better, and after taking two and one
half bottles and half a bos of your
Liver Pills I was cured. If more would
take your medicine they would not
have to suffer so much.''
Mrs, Joski-u I'CTKUaoaT, 613 East Bt,
Warren, Pa., writes:
"Deab Mas. Pinkuak: I have suf
fered with womb trouble over fifteen
years. I had Inflammation, enlarge
ment and displacement of the womb.
I bad the backache constantly, also
headache, and was so diuy. I bad
heart trouble, It seemed as though my
heart was In my throat at time chok
ing me. I eould not walk around and
I could not lie down, for then my heart1
would beat ao faat I would lel aa
though I was smothering. I had to
sit up In bed nights In order to breathe.'
I was so weak 1 could not do any-'
"I have now taken several bot
tles ot Lydla E. Plokham'a Vegetable
Compound, and used three pack
ages ot Sanative Wash, and ean say
I am perfectly cured. I do not think
I eould have lived long if Mrs, Pink
ham's medlatn had not helped Be."
National Valuateatr Heaarvea.
All persons desiring to join ths "Na
tional Volunteer Reserves" should be
preseut at the headquarters of the Fer
gusson hook and ladder company on
north Second street this evening at 8
o'clock sharp. There should be a large
turnout of all persons who are willing to
do their part In putting their country In
readiness for any emergency, aud a
strong company should be organized
Speakers of local promlnenre will make
patriotic speeches and the First Regiment
band will he present to dispense liuplr
I'erley Wasou's four horse stugs met
with an accident yesterday while on Its
way to Bland. The trouble started by
one of tlio horses commencing to kick,
when the other horse turned sharply
around and upset ths stage. Mr. Meyers,
formerly of the Ruby house, was run
over aud quite badly bruised.
The Commercial club yesterday re
ceived three large beautiful palms from
Superintendent A. G. Wells, of Los Ange
les, which have greatly Improved the ap
pearance of the club's lobby.
During the wind storm yesterday
tnorulug the railing around the third
story balcony ot the Commercial club
was blown off,
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at uari s, in uoiu aveuue.
!' '.'J1 ' ; '-a
A prairie fir mores faster than snv home
can run. No matter how speedV your
mount may be nnle aa ynn have a good start
of the fire It will orrrtnke you. It la th
aame wnjr with manr diseases, t'nlraa you
get a fairattirt, yoti ennnot possibly ahak
them off. Th only hope for anyone wbo
la threatened with erioti disease 1 to
start in time, and seek safety before the
dnnirer closes In about him.
The best thing for you, if yon feel thai
yonr full bodily enrty la lacking. Is to
seek the atrenshheninir. power-producing
help of Dr. Piirce'a f...lrn Medical lit,
covery which confers iiimmi the diirestir
organa that keen teat of appetite and as
similation which transfurnia the food Into
nourishing, health-building blood, actW
muscular force, nervous energy and rug
I)o not wait ontlt dyspepsia spreads Into
"liver complaint" and that turn Into
bronchial trouble which finally verge Into
eonanmntion. l)o not rely upon the delu
sive stimulus of mslt extracts and aarsapa
rillaa and oily com pounds; do not allow a
designing drmnriat who seeks nnly hla owa
profit rather than your bralth to foist any
' boom " medicine upon yon. Insist upon
the remedy which is backed by thirty year
of steadily Increasing sales to attest it
constant usefulness and popularity.
The ears-rlenc of Mr Vsl Rurkard. IMng at
s. M.-hr Av . B11IT.1I0. N v.. ts given In his earn
wtmls: " I'tee weeks lei I Mlnsred yoar advice
and took (wo hntlles nf lr. Fierce a Golden
Medical Piscnvery an, I also two sinls of Tel.
lets.' I consider fnyself entirely cured, as ther
have been no eruit"ns since I fml.heci the Inst
bStle. I think it is the areste-t remedy on th
R-lohe for hl.swi and diirr-live di-ordcrs. My ap
petite Increased won-lrrlnlty and 1 have also
fumed fli'sh I winll'l like evervtsstv to know
lie Inie vultie of lr I'lrn-e's medicine as I am
confident lv persistent use they will cur all
ailments l-sr whuh they sre re-.niniended."
mj sin ess hum.
Wall paper at Futrelle's.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Lamps and trimmings. Whitney Co.
Queensware, glassware and tlnwar at
Native wine, 80 cents per gal leu at A.
Fresh Kansas eggs 12' cents, native
eggs l",1 eeiits, at Loruhardo's.
Laces, Chiffons, embroidery and rib
bons la endless variety at The Iiig Store.
If yon want anything In the binding
or lob nrlntlua line, call at The Citixkn
Old Manse and Scudder maple sip,
nnly 'Jo cent per gallon at A. Lombar-
Bay your camp stoves and have your
tin-work done at the Star tlnshop, 2Hf
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street, lie has the nloest fresh
moats In the eltv.
Hot chile cou carne served every night
at the Paradise. Do not mis 11. Bache
chl A (J loin I, proprietor.
This week's special sale at Golden Rule
Dry (food company Is silks, dress goods,
embroideries, Oxford shoes aud percales.
The latest In shirt waist sets are the
Rob H y plaid sets and the antique jew
eled sets to match jeweled bells. Kotren
Have your roof painted with asphalt
slastie roof paint ami your leaky root re
paired with asbestos oemeut, A. W.
Harden has It.
Th best place for good. Juicy teaks
and roasts and all kluds of meats, kept
in a first class market, at Klelnwort a,
north Third street
Be wle and attend special sale at
Uoldeu Rule Dry (foods company's. Kx
traordlnary low price on silks, dress
giMsls, embroideries, low shoe aud per
cale. IjkIIm wearing number 2', S and 3'
shiws, can secure som great bargains at
K. Slmpler's closing out sals, as he has
an unusually large stock of these num
bers in shoes which must be disposed of
at any sacrifice.
W would have no trouble with Spain
If she ouly reallxed the Immense strength
iiid resources of our nation. If ynn tin
derstood our ability to provide for the
wishes of our patrons you would not go
elsewhere. Ilahn A Co., N. T. Armljo
I rnui) la liliM.il i)c'.
(Van 1 !-m d mtvn a clcim sLin. Xu
M aiiiy without it. ( ,ih ni'U, I and) . .it Ji.n
tlc 1 h ull your blood 1111.I k. ( it i lcuii, b)
U11 linn li tin- hiy liver mi, I ill iviok nil 1111
inn it lea I10111 the l.oilv. Ilium to dny to
banish pimplca, boils, hlolchcs, lil.u klieiuU,
and that sic kly bilious coiiiilclnli I'l't.ikinu
( Wan ts, lieiiiity for ten cents. All drug
gist, aati.l act ion guaranteed, 10c, !5c,6nc.
Ren. W llton, San Marclal; F C. Ready,
Smlthville, Texas; D L. (foodhart, Ixm
Angeles; Ht. tieti. Creaghe, St. Julius;
Mm D. V lison, ht. Uiuls; W. F. Taylor,
ha ton, Ohio; ('. VY. Fogg, Deliver; Avis
I Vurdiner, Kl Paso; J. A. llrlce, A. J.
Itohiuson, fnillup; J. W. Cummlngs,
Cripple l ieek, Mrs. J, K. DeRoeeur, liol
hrisik; L. Hchraus, bunts Fe, Solomon
Hiho, Lagtuia; T. F. I nderw.od, Km
lOria, Kansas; W. II. Pope, Santa Fe.
Samuel Hippie, Newton, Kau.; A. D.
Hametl, Trinidad; A. W. Krause, Harry
.Vlendelsoii, Frank Ryan, l.os Aniieles:
(ie-i. R. Noll, Phoenix; C. L. Reed, Mil
waukee; ( hat. A. Morrison, Denver; Geo.
n llson. Colorado Springs; II. C. Burnett,
Humboldt, Tenn.; Felix Papa, Santa Fe.
hotkl II m 11 LAM).
D. V. Logan, Snringfleld, III.; Dick
Thompson, Ht. Louie; Frank York, Chi--ugu;
It. P. Simpson, Dallas; D. 11. Hur
ley, liitllnp; K. Frank Read, wife and
sou, Buffalo, N. V.; W. J llaiins, San
Uarciul; W. S. Williams, Socorro.
Huekleo's Arnica Salv.
The best salve lu the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
soles, tetter, chapped bunds, chilblains,
corns and all skiu eruptions, anil post
lively cures plies, or no pay. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
lutiliev refunded. Pi Ice, 2i ceuts per box.
For sale by all druggists. J. O. O'Bielly
If you are a republican and believe In
the policy of protection, then why not
uphold your theories by taking out your
policy for protectlou against lire lu that
grand, old, true and tried American In
stitution, the Insurance Company of
North America, which has protected
Ameriritus to the extent of over f'.X,la,
1 km 1 of losses from tire. Or If you desire
to be doubly protected, take a policy of
the Philadelphia I'liderwriters, guaran
tee.) by two of America's foremost com
IHtnies, bucked by ovr IH.imi.Umj of
giKsl American assets.
Rooms i aud 6 firaul Block.
The Rev. W. 11. W eaver, pastor of the
I'. B. church, Dillshurg, Pa , recognizee
the value of Chamberlaiu's Cough
Remedy, and does not hesitate to tell
others ehoat it. "1 have used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy," he says, "and find
It an excellent medicine for colds, coughs
and hoarseness." So does everyone who
gives It a trial. Sold by all druggtst.
Silks for waists, 5 yard patterns, new
and elegant sllk-.P! styles to select from
Sold as hih as $7.6(1 pattern. Special
this week only $3 fiu. Golden Rule Dry
Parasols, parasols, parasols. The latest
styles and lowest prices.ut The Big Store.
All wool dress goods only 25 cents yard
at Uoldeu Rule Dry Uoods company.
M:A-Y L-tli, Gth, 6 th, Tth, 1898.
liy May t Two Hundred Horses will ba stabled
on the track and in temporary stables outside.
All tho Great Stako Horses from Pan Francisco, St.
Louis, Butto, Anaconda and Kansas City Tracks.
LADY HURST. LOS PttlESTOS. HOSE D OR.
GKOKGE PALMER. MELODY. JOE II ART.
LITTLE T. G. 81R KENNETH. TOMMY TUCKER.
and other Stako Winners. Just as good as
San Francisco or Now Orleans.
Special One-Fare Round-Trip Passenger Rate to Albuquerque
FROM MAY 8 TO MAY 0.
Don't miss the Greatest Racing Carnival ever held in the Southwest.
G. C. P CULLEY Secretary. JOHN S. TRIMBLE. President.
IH. rHAM( la) 4 KOHKON,
OrUCK AND RKMIDhNCK 10 Wfs
Cold irmuf. tluurai . lu 10 a. m-Slo
and 7 to p. m.
HitcIsI attrntlon (rtn to general nrrr.
Automatic Telrburi. it 4.
1H, HIHHUP HIsjMttr,
HOMfKI IPATMIC HHYHICIANS AND
Surieiine OOic. ami realtlrnce over posa
office. Old Trleiilifine Nr Telephone
I ho, Mr. MarHin Hlsrmp. M Lt., nflir bnr
a In n m. l.,Mk 1 1 U - V. ss t. Ml
tanor, . tp 10 a. nv nri I to I aud 9 to'l p. m
r nc.siinr al ss imiicj s.
slOUM TAM.HBH, M. U..
PHYSICIAN AND HUHMKON-OfTlr and
rralilcnre, XI7 north hlfth street. Honrs, 1
toiand. aoto T:o p.m. Hi.eclsl attention
Cleen tn chrtmlc and dfseaae nf women. Old
telephone, ea. Call, made In dartlm onlr.
H. O. sVOHMtfOM)
ARCHITKCT-Plara, apeclflcstlnn. and e.
tlmale fnmlahed for ail rUseecof' fonlid.
In. and architectural work. Ottlr.i lo Ws
OFKICK and reaidence, No. 411 Wet Hold
Tnu. Telf phone No. t. (IRlcaboor.
I tn s. m. 1 :u to l:0 and 7 to p. m.
(i. H. kaaterday. M. U. l.H. kaaterdar, II . D.
W. M. Hliri, M. 11.,
OmCK H()l'K-Untll .. m. and from
I :S0 to (ito and from 7 to p. m. Urlir
and reaidenre, tlMl Wt Uold a.eno. Alba
Qaerqne, N. M.
K. J. Al.r, U. n. .
ARMIJO III.DCK, OI'PDSITK ILFF.I.D
Urn.'. Ulli.e hour. i a. nt. to 1'4:H0
p. in. j 1 180 p. in. to & p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
4aV. Appoinlrtienta made by mall.
BBHMAHU . HOUII,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, Albnqnerqn, N.
M. Prompt attention (leen to all bualnea
pertalnln. to 111 prolrsslon. Will practice to
all court, of the territory and befor tu United
Mute land clllc.
WILLIAM I. LI!,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. Ofllc. room 7,
V N. T. Armliu buildln. Will practice to
all th coon of th territory.
A TTORNKY8-AT LAW. Albnquerqn., N.
a . wnue, rooma a ana ., ruat national
Ik W. I. HstVAM
TTORNKY-AT-LAW, Albuquerqne, N.
L U. Dllice, 1 Ira National liank builclln.
fMAMK W. t LAIIOI,
, TTOHNKY-AT-LAW. room, .and , N.
I T. Amnio buiiiliiisT, Albuquerque, N. M.
B. T. IMMrMH,
Y AT-LAW. Ofrl
1 HOHNKY AT-LAW. Ofrlc over Rob.
ertaon'a arocery atore, Albuquerque, N. M.
H. H. Warkontin
.AJbnqa Tque Bowling Parlors!
Coru.s KlfHt Ht. Ami (niHr Are,
Tbefinrit Hwlin Allcyt lu Ui Southwest.
Nice pU e to aprnti Hie evening.
The (lew Chicago
18 one of the Dloeel rtwurtN la the
city. nd 1 eupplled with the
beet and Qntwt llquorn.
HEISCH A BETZLER, Proprietors.
Bplendld Lo.1(lug Kooms by the da,
weiik or uiontn.
809 Wcat Railroad Avenne.
Very Finest VlTines,
Liquors and Clears
Thlid Ntreel And njerai Avenee.
Atlantic TJoor Hall I
BCIINIUDKR A LU, rnule.
Cool Kea Boerondranht th Bneet Natie.
Win. anil (h. eaiy beat of nrat-clae.
Llguor file at a call.
K Ail ar.AO A
Gnndt" 4 I' rpcitf fn'tt ihrm f rfip, D
all ki. 'la of 1 .H. n im, Une nail ct
Reliable? qua nv r k t urn-. A
to -ll tu.e irtNKU It their lde
A IwayicfHil aaim 1 fiMr:, tlirir Hrrr, V
A? V unite nr, quailed far or ncitl
Niible Winrt. all i airona rrrrt, IT
Import t-l and ilinetttir, a Stin k ro triplet a-V
Delititiu Ligttra, tutt, hrrr we tfain, IkJ
rhu.i t tiavora we nbtal 1
Gicellent k(X..rta both clran atxl nt-at. rp
at Uowun Hsiuth humt Strre 1
Sr thus at Albuquerque thrrt ire plrnty f
QC ttlmlavorliHANDK PAkRNTI
ONE rOR A DOSE, nil I A
, Mmplst Prs.se. I'll I
1 ur. lis.l. ti. i i I;.VM-i,.is. m
A saossawl il lbs Ih.w.1. .Kb .1. is is.asr
Inrhssllu. Th.. n.llksr.rips noru. ksn. Tmi.
IlU'i '!'J: ? '" ni'1 ssmpls rr. or full l.os (.
Bsk i4 fc, dnii 014. HUMNKO CO. PkUa. fs
Two jrHrn airo R. J. Warri'u, a drur
giHt at 1'iHUHHiit Hriaik, N. Y., boiislit a
Hiuall Htiiily ot C'littiiilrtTluiii' Couirh
Keiuedy. lie Huum up the rmult an fol
low: "At that liniH the giHalu were un
known lu this awllon; to day Chamher
lain's C' iikIi Kniunly in a hoiiaeliolil
word." It in the aame in kuiiitredri of
eouiiiiunltlmi. Vt herever the rimnI quall
tlf of ChMiiilwrlain'i Couirh Kemttdy lie
eouie kuowu the MMtile will hive uoth
lug elite. Kor aale by all druggiHtn.
Ho-To-llae fur f'lrty tenia,
(luantolot-d iotsio.-. bailt rure. o.uku. weak
Bitu suuut,, biouU ixiiu. bov.ll. All UruM.'l.t
Nice lialvinir ronina. tffl rMiitii nor nlilit
at No. Ill Kirnt atreet. Wrn. I', famuli.
NovHlttwt In our quneunware depurU
uieiit. Whituey Co.
Bperlul aale of black dreHe goods' at
Crockery and glnariware. Whitney Co
Ever Held io the Southweit
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthorlied CtvplUl ....1600,000.0(1
The Bant of Commerce
DttALI U (llkn.l BAOHABSa
AWUeila AasMut mmt CMfw
M. S. Oraao. Praaldant I. C. lunainaa I mmw r i ....
B. P. 8ccTa, Vlce.Prwldat.
W. . aTaioBLaa. Caahlae. A.
H. 1. laaaeoa. AMLttant Caahiar.
Depository for Atchlaon,
IsAS VEOA8. N. M.
cxeORUETsA, n. m. AIBUQUEUQUE. 17. II.
A.T.T rX-VVrT-B r-w IX
y lo Wear.
nod r t rapt
I Retain. No pi
I a.sareal V Hip
I llsmla I No
Jswiila Cos. lor t. I Mi
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed aod Transfer Stables
Second Stn net we-n RaQrond and Copper Arei
Horaaa and Mnlaa Boagbt and Bxehaafal.
Aganta for Colambua Bnogy r.m.tiTj
Tba Baat Tnrnonta la tha City.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY "
Carriages. Road Carts, Spring Wagon. Victorias
ftuggies. Phaetons, Etc, (or Sale, t t j :
Arldroaa W. h. TRIMPLF! H Alhnanerfma, New Mllro
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND f """
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF TIIE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods.
Sols Agents for San Antonio Lima.
Vpw T.Wfi.rri 4 7. 9V. Hi ANP ?1 7 KOBTH THIRD ST
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprlator
Iron and Brae Caal iu Ore. Coal and Lumber Oara i BhaAlng, PvUlera, Orate Bars
Babbit MUI i Oolumna anrl Iron Fronta fear Bull' ilnff.i Repalre oa
Mining and Mill Machinery . BpeoUlt.
FOUNDRY: f'OE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Cr. HENRY, M. D
8tudnt or Or. Phillip Ricord t Franc.
SvphLills cl Spooialtv
THIBTY SIX YKAB3' PHACT1CK. MKN ONLT TRKATKD.
A car favantced In very cue nndrtttkeo
UoQurrhoe, yieet mid nrlctur tt'i-edllf curnl
CUM- pftinitnrnUy cured 1
COPAIBA u.td Sierriirttorrhoe, veinlual Ummk-ii, niaril ernlMloo. InsutnuU, dMpoadaocy.
frtlrllv cuii-d. Kkiird'i rnetliod practiced lo the World'a tliMUllal. Pur tit. kfrMnci t)vr
0, (KM) patieiiu acxftMtully cured within the IwH nine years. Can refer to patlt-ote cared, by
DermlMlun. luveatitfate. Oltlcet Mo7 Beventeentb eUeet. near Chain oa. louver. Culo.
kngllali. French, tterinan Fullah. kuaetan aud
v ixreapLM.aeoce aoiictieai
U. 8. DKI'OSITOKY.
Ocpotitory for the Atlantic A
Pacific and the Atchison,
I Toptka 4 Santa Fe
. Railroad Co.
OFFICERS UD DI2ECTQR3:
U. W. IX0CBS0T ....TbM-Prealile&t
riUNK ltoE....AavdsU&. 0atUer
A. A. 8RA5T.
In Albnqnerp, H. H.
A. Kiaaaa, BlMmaaa Becsv. Wool.
M . Blaob wbix. tiro, Blackwvll a Co, Urccen
W. A. Mlxwaix. Wbolwai Droeata.
Topek k Santa Te BaJ1wa.
CO, CAT8K1LL, Jf. jH.
210 Railroad Avenue.
IqIdiI Ttlepbone 143. Albnqnerqne, I. M.
when t car ti prartlcabU nd pOMibJ
with I)r. kleord'i Krencb kemlle. ttcal
bohernlaa aiuiaea VirnaiiHaHif and Oa