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Both the method and reanlu vhen
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
d refreshing to the taato, and acta
gently yot promptly on the K illneya,
Tf r and llowel, cleanse the sys
tem effectually, dispels eolds, head
aches and ferers and enree babitnal
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial In its
effects, prepared onlr from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and hare made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
eent bottles by all trading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not hare it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP COL
iau numuaoo. cl
inntriut. n. Mm rest an
r 1 ,mimivN.
Terms of Snbeerlptloa.
Pally, by mall, one rear 00
pally, by mi l, ati mnntha S 00
Daily, b mail, thrrr months 1 60
t'aiiy, by mall, oue month AO
Dally, by carttrr. one month 7a
Wrraly, hy mail, prr yrar 00
Ihi (aii. T CiTitN will be drllTrrrd In
tl city at the low ratr of 80 centa per week,
or for 7n centa er month, when paid monthly.
l h-ae rates are Ira. than those of soy uth
dally paiwr In the territory.
ADVERTISING HATK8 msde known on
application st the utile. if publlcstlun.
TIIK CITI7.KN b oWce Is one of the best
In 'he southweet, and sll kinds of lob rrlnt.
re Is eiecutrn
with neatness and at lowest
Inst sndrd. Is complete
it wrli rittrn to do any kind of bindi-.
UK CITIZEN will be handled at the office
$iula nption will br rollrrtrd by II. li.
Tiltom, ..f can be paid at the othce.
VOTICr Is hrrrbr irn thst orders alr.n
i' by employes upon Tmb C itihh will ma
be honored nnleaa previously endorsed by the
TDK CITIZKN Is on sale st the followlni
olarrs n the rltvi S h Nn
hlarrs In the rltvi H K Nrwromrr, all)
Mallrfsd tivrnurt llswlrv's Nrwa
Worn! .trrrt: t. A Mntan A L'm'i. No !Io5
Hailroail avrnue, and llArvey'a r atliia llouae
at tor iict.ot
THK KH KK LtT-The free lit of Tern
a I I Tim v rmhrarra Notices of llllths. Mar-
rlMiira, runrrnl. Irtha. t'hurch Srrvlcrs and
Kit-rtalrmi-nli whrrr n' ailmtaalnn larharfed.
ttLtiiir.n a net k r.iin .
' Kdltora and Fubllahrrs.
Tnla fa Your OpawrtJU'.v. .
A nu, I, i xf tn rants, rash nr BtamrtS.
-n,,,:,!,. aiimnla will ha mailed of ths
m.wt popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
I t.ly 8 t;ream ivaim ; smmnisua w uuuwu-
Strata lb -eal menia oi uie rauau;.
CS Warren bt, Kaw York City,
Itev. Jobn Held. Jr. , of Oreat Palis, Mont,
recoinniruded Ely's Craatn Halm to m. I
. - I...!. t,,a atmfil tt la a nOi.
iiiih.w "- - r
tivs eure for catarrh if nsd aadlreoted."
Kay. Francis W. Tool, t'aator Central Pre.
Cburcb. Helena, Mont,
Fly's Cream Halm Is ths MSnowlWIfrad
ours lot eautrrn ana oooiaina no sarw
... T.: -" -
noe any utiunoua oruv a now. w
The Rosy Freshness
And a velvety softnraa of the sktn Is Irrra
nably obtalnrd by those who aae roaaoau'
VIVA LA AMERICA.
rttrUltc Mrxlcsai Bold Public Meet
log sod Shew Tbelr Loyalty.
There was a rouxlng meeting of ths
Mexican population laet night at ths
court turn to demonstrate that the
stories that the Mexicans were favoring
Spain were not true, says tbs Phoenix
lbs true blue Mexican population feel
keenly the aaxertlons made that they
were not friendly to this governmet but
svliaierc r doubts may bars exuded were
diHsipated lat night.
The baud played patriotic airs In front
of the couit bouee and attracted a large
crowd both of Kngllxb and Spaniel)
speaking cttlfeus. The meeting waa
preeldt d over by Manuel Garcia as chair
man and Pedro 0. de la Lama as secre
A idie-'Ses mere mail by Governor Mo-
Cord, General Lewis, J. L. B. Alexander,
Pedro 0. de la Lama, J. C. Adams, Julio
Mnrron, A. (ioM ilea aud other Influen
A committee on resolutions constating
of J. L. B. AleiHLiler, Pedro 0. de la
La in y and A. Sanches wers sppoluted
aud the following reportrd:
Keei lvid, By the Mexican-American
Clilzena if Mioemx, Ariiina, lu man
nieeiir u a-.euibled t'iat we heartily en
do ire Mir ai ti"ii i ( the praliteut and coil-
('--I'llle liillid hiatee lu dtrlarlug
t at pp u -n rule lu the Inland or tub
ii.n-i em!; and tuitlur
H' eo veil, lhat as oltllns of th
l iilit-i: Mulie pledget ur llvraand nacr d
limior to the ciiiNe of the Amerlrau gov
ernuiHiii end P'n ge our eervinea tu any
uihm cr thai tti-y uiay ) calbd for lu
lil'Imlili'iK the iiatn nal honor lu i-upi'Or I
of ilir g v.-rnment and (1 g uf ttu L'ulted
lurklrn's Arnica Halva.
The tw.1 ea.lv iu the world for cute,
brui-i -i, -a.reM, ulCrra, si.ll I Ileum, tevel
i .r,-(. l. iii.r, rtiiiiH-d hunde, rlillblauw,
C'Tuhk'hI a!' '-km eruption, and pul
tl.'l riirrw pi lea, or no iav IlliUi.r
aniii'd to iiiva perfrct Hitierai'llou or
riont v refun led. t'rlre, 25 Cei ta par Inix.
For ale by all drugKlla. J. O. O'Riell)
& t o.
land tlfllra liualnaas.
The following houiertead entries were
made, land Hold and flual cerlifli-.itee
lwud In the l uttiil State laud t fbYe lu
Santa Ke tor the week ending Tueeday.
8amn"l Orahun, Colfax county, lfiO
aeree; t atari no Lobat i. Hauta Ke c unly,
lriuacrra; John Lutx. Bernalillo enmity,
120 arree; J ecus Uniterm, han Miguel
couuty, HKt aeree i Berthold PfetTer, 8ao
Juan county. tUVA) arree; Fidel Martloex,
Klo Arriha county, 1H0 scree; Neetor Mar
tines aud FauMtlu Martlues, Taoa county,
lrto acre each; Hnuiou Mares. Mora
county, 160 acres; Kteola Muller, Santa
tt county, lou acres.
John Sharp, San Juan eonuty, 40 acres,
at fl.2o per acre.
Tomas Aragon, heir of Juan ds Jeeus
Arairon. Valencia county, lilt) acre: Co
lombo J. Mo, Ban Juan County, lu9
Four cans of rlelng
cent, at Lombardo's.
un lys for 26
. 1 . j. i av
From tbs Chtftaln.
lb warm weather has now enmt on In
tarnrat and the farm crops and gardens
In tula rielulir ar growing mealy.
Antonio btdiho, tw is cluityluf law
In the ofllc of . V. Ch?ts in Atbuqurr
Que, Is bums to sfend sums dart uu a
Ult to bis isrents.
Thevprlug term of the United Put
eiiurl (or this district and territorial
court (or 8ioorro omutj will opwu lu
Ibis city next Monday.
W. H. Jones Was up from Han Marclal
on a buslnwM trip tlie olhwr day. leaving
tba next nwrniug for Las L'rucori, uer
bicb towu ns U doing a Job of survey
B. Alexander has been appointed by
Ju. I Uaiulilon to act as prom-cullug
attorney dunug lb eootiug term of
court, owlug to tbs vacancy now eilnt-
lu In lbs diatrict alloruayablp (or bo-
Air. K. C Htewart, accompanied by her
daughter, Hiss Nona, wl 1 return from
La oauou, Irnu, lu a few day. Uir
Sim art has bu atlebdiug eullrg at
in atiove-iiaujt-d place and the mother
wad bi r realtime tbers duiing tbs
Jud H. B. Uamllton arrlred from
Liucoin, wbers be held court Friday
eveuing, aud will open court her next
Uoud.y. The Judge has b-en abwul
ever aiuee the eaily pari of March bold-
lug euurt lu Chare, K ldy aud Ltuoolu
From the Rustler.
Lou Graham, until recently a resident
of Cerrllloe, has enlisted at Danville, UU
In ths United States service.
Rafael Oraulto and family went to Al
buquerque early In the week. Rafael
expect employment In the railway shop
Joe Oranltn, the second hand msn, was
married to Miss Oranllo, a slater of Ka
fael ran I to.
A pait of the holeter at ths Cook A
Whit mlus bri.k down and had to be
seul to Albuquerque for repairs.
Postmaster Mitchell has mad several
changes In his office within ths last ten
dtye. He ha spent many hours moving
furniture, hanging screen door, taking
out stoves and overhauling ofBce Oxtuie.
In A. L. Kendall' court a few days
sg'i, L. v. Hiignr sued Tom de Lallo on a
Teibal eou tract relative to thr let a of a
store room. The Jury relumed a verdict
In favor of th defeniiua. Mr.8ugir still
Inalet that he bad a mod ca-e In law
and equity, bnt tbat tbs Jury knocked
blm out on account of aom war uc
bad previou.,iy aads or '.ns niipopultr
side of the question.
Hotel Mae changed bands this week.
The purchaser was Mrs. J F. Williams,
who bas taken charge of that popular
boatlery. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. MoFadyean,
ths former proprietors. Justly merited the
reputation of furnishing guests with
belter viands than any other hotel In ths
territory. They bave not fully deter
mined where they will locate, but are
considering opportunities In Albuquer
que aud Raton.
From ths New Mexican.
Mrs B. W. LeBow, of Albuquerque, Is
In the city on a vlelt to ber mother, Mrs.
M. A. Skluner.
lion. Lorlon Miller, ex-secretary of ths
territory and at preseut secretary of the
Bureau of Immigration, was In ths city
from Albuquerque on official business.
Geo. K. h'eber, wife aud daughter earns
np from Albuquerque Wednesday and
registered at ths Palace. Mr. and Mrs.
Neher placed their child In the Loretto
M1m Suaie Mead, who bas been teach
ing school at Cerrlllos, arrived In the city
and placed her name on the Palace regis
ter. She will remain bere till Saturday,
then leave (or Denver.
Sheriff Klnaell went to Cerrlllos Thurs
day morning where bs will turn over (our
bead of "Block" brand cattle, which were
recovered from cattle thieve there laat
week, to an agent of the Richardson Cat
Deputy Sheriff Dick Ouber, who bas
been In Liucoin the paat week attending
court as a witness against Durlteo Tor
ret aud others, arrested for cattle steal
tog, returned borne Wednesday night.
John Allre, who wa Incarcerated In
the county Jail for malicious prosecution.
flulabed bis 12 day sentence Thursday
and was released. He brought suit
sgalnet bis brothers Angellnand Joaqulo
(or aaesult aud battery, and (ailing
to prove the ease was remanded to the
county jail to serve out ths coats In the
Tbs Santa Fs lodgs of Ths Fraternal
Union of America will be luttiated on
Mondny, May 2. 7:30 p m , at Knight of
Pthan ball. Deputy Supreme President
8. K Vau Nonrden, who baa been here (or
the paat three week In the lutereet of
that liiHlltutioii, baa secured a creditable
list of tweuty charter members, com
posed of prominent ladles and gentlemen
of Sauta Fe.
Ths tax suits brought by District At
torney C. A. Splat against Mr. W. H.
UaiiderUeld for taxes due on her property
and the Q ilntana property ou th south
tide (or the years Wi. IHUI and 18'J3 hive
been Coiuprouilaad for Ilia SUIU i f 5 13 15.
Ihe actual amount of taxee ilue for
theee yeara, la panalty aud lulereat,
amounted to l'i 20
From tba Liberal.
lorn tar well resigned hie position with
the Kngle Drug Mercantile company and
haa goue to Kl Paso, where be bas s po
eltlou. C, F. Mchol, who has been working as
stenographer lu the Arix ma Copper com
pany's store, was la the city, en route to
Blebee, where he take a similar position
In the company oillce.
Will Hughes got mixed op With a
bucking boras the other day and wa so
badly Jounced up that be ralaed con
siderable blood. Ills younger brother,
George, then attempted to show what he
could do, aud roped an old cow. Hi
borae was not firm euongb on bis feet
and waa thrown, and George got several
bruises, which wers not pleasant.
From San Juao County Index.
John T. McQuillan baa been appointed
poatmaater at Flora Vint.
Summer school opened Monday in tbs
N WM N WX
i ,s w imiiwij
IWiij i llfriMBiaijsjMKt.Bli.silj
nw school hour, with eighteen pnpll,
uuder Lie luetiocltou of MlxaJeuul!
I LJ. I. l.r..
W inter wheat Is well along, the rains
: tbat bvo lulleu have aupplied euBkl ul
moUlur, so tbat lu uiiuy luitauoe Itri
gation has not been neewttary,
Uuudrsds of fruit trees are being
planted la the viriulty of Atlee tin
epiliig. erly every reeideut property
uwutr lu ibe lona i puaing tbeiu lu.
Au eucouiagiug siku, uuiloubwdiy.
ilie regular spring leiiu ol lu 8an
Juau uutjT dietnot cuuti, wmcb should
ha beeu UolJ I II la LUtiUtb. beg.uulng ou
atuiiua), I lie Id.U, Will uot im Pourene-1.
A elioi lag of lUiid I giveu a the rea-
u Juaa County bas beu bleaaed Un
pleut) of lam au far Una Spring. Itie
Orel iniug about II la, iht lalulall baa
been v.ry eveuij distituatetl aud Uaa
CO ..a lu gnu tie doae. A wo or wayu
out of auy magnitude Ltava vocurrea.
lb pruepeol lor pieuty of graas) ou lbs
range are xiMtltfuk JTruil u said to t
lu apleudidauape. Cbauoe are good (or
a large a crop as wavi gaiueraJ last year
aud that Is saying a wbol tot.
TU Cl CUI.U IN OM KAt
fafts Laxative ttrouiu Quinine Table!.
All di UgguUl (eluuu Ibe uioury It 11 taila
lunula. Joe, lu geuutua ba ialt.tg.
uu eauli toutt't.
War r Ma War, oar rrlars ara Always lbs
Another e' load aaaoited furniture to
arrive about Monday uext, constating ol
folding beds, Iron b da, aleel epriu;a, oak
lie I room eula, t hairs and rockers, ladiea'
and gania' deeka, etc. Theee giaala ate
bought at rork bottom price aud we will
meet any Competition -whnlaaal or re
tail. Dou't fall to get onr price before
buying elaewhere. fio truubl to show
goods, whether yon buy or not.
W. V. FUTHELLK,
Corner First aud Gold.
At the Geneva conference to arrange
International dleputes, there waa streim
ou advocacy on ths part of the United
Slates and other powers In favor of the
settlement of national diffrvnres as to
bouiK'srles, port custom duties, etc , by
an International court and not by tlie
hloody arbitrament of war. But like
many other subjects, reasonable enough
in their origin, it bas died out uf men's
mind. Hut there Is a them of com
ment, and that Is the Incomparable On
ft -els of Hoatetter's Stomach Bitter In
raae of dyspepsia. Nor doe the world
and his wife comment lea favorably
upon the excellent effect of the hitter
in r tea of chills and (ever, rheumatism,
nervous and kidney complaints aud con
DOWN ON THB BORDER.
A tad Lot of Traitors, Wke Should
At Morencl a Spanish barber put on his
building sums signs which were to the
effect that he was hurrahing fur Spain,
wanted ths Americans put down, and
any one who did not like his opinions
ths privilege of doing something Tile.
Tbs Mexicans who read the signs wers
hot and proposed banging blm. It was
only by quick work that he was taken to
Clifton and locked op In the tnuneL
charged with using Indecent language.
Ihe other day at Blrbe a miner who
was at work In one of ths Copper Q le-u
mines got Into a discuselon over ths war.
He was diagueted because the fulled
States had not already whipped Spain,
and to show his dlegust. said: "I hope
ths Spaniard will give th United
States a good licking." Ths foreman
happened to bear him, aud said: "Young
man, go np and get your time and draw
your pay. We do not waut any man who
talks like that working lu this mine
At Clifton au Englishman named
Brown bas been talking (or some time In
a disparaging way about the American
navy, telling bow eaay It would be to
wlie It off the ocean. The boys did not
like It very well. The other night while
standing In (rout of ths poNtofflce, wait
lug tor the mall to U distributed Drown
began his tale of woe again. Harry
Vance concluded It was about time to put
a stop to It, and said: "Look here, young
man, the l'ulted Stute has made Ku
gland lower her dig ou theses a couple
of limes, and I propoae to make you
lower yours right now." Brown sub
sided, aud bas been heard of no more.
At Clifton laat week an employe nailed
a flag up on the gas works, a sub, deputy,
second aaairitant foreman took It dowu.
It was rained again and again the sub,
deputy, took it dowu and told the man
who ratst d It not to put It np again,
there were so many different national!
ties around Clifton that a flag might get
some people excited and cause trouble,
The man who ralaed the flag dropped his
tools and called on Mr. Hopkins, Mr.
Colquhoun beiug In California, and told
his tale of woe. He found a sympathizer,
(or Mr. Hopkius Is ons of ths beat Ameri
cans lu the territory, and he told the man
to go back and put up the flag and put as
many more as he could, and If anybody
hauled It down. In the words of Geueral
John A. Dlx, "xhiKit him on the spot,"
and now fUgx are flying all over Clifton,
which Is one of the moat loyal ramjet In
the territory, ft hen Mr. Colquhoun re
turned he advised the sub, deputy, second
aealHtant fore in hd to blow lu some of his
wage (or flags and put them np In such
(dire that lie could see them all the
time. Lcrdrourg Liberal.
c tl," n.t.tl won.
I 11 u eat
I il1.'-, lift t'.'ltl I V
In . r (.i d lorn" i,
In. llltnel rnltU,
di ' r, linn
HIkI I.I I
ol i '. '
iy unit try n box
, NK .'iiia. Hold and
yuai'Miiltx'tl lo,. uie b' all ill-iKiata.
Saul Wm C'aiinrry.
At a recent meeting of the Woman's
board of trad ', the following res dutlou
'K-aolved, That the W B. T. and L. A.
turn over to the Canning aud Kvuporat
I n if rompanv one fnm city bond, to re
reive Mierelroiu its rah value iu stock (
the comtiany, piovideil the stiajk is non
aetrtealde." Tlie comuitttee appointed to solicit
suhacriptlous (or stock Is meeting with
gratif) lug eucceas, and Ihe erection of a
cannery la uliuoat assured. The property
owners and butlne men of the city
should respond to the visit of the com
mittee liberally and quickly, as time la
neceaaarlly s'lort In which to complete
airangeuieiits and put up a building.
The cannery will be of gr. at beuellt to
the city and surrounding country, and
those having ths matter In charge are
certainly deeervlug of substantial en
conragemeut in tbelr work New Mex
ican. Special sale of
black dress goods at
From th Gem.
Ueorge Bailey, the brick mon, went
to rViu-luw to won.
Th wood are full of man cutting ties
and logs for the Ant u Lumber & lliu
br cuipiiy .
Fugs aie displayed OQ lit l 111.0
buliuiugs aud bueluee bouae of lue
Iumu wuicu I ei.leuce Ilia, patlluln-ui
la alie lu ini unail.t otour eUiaeu.
Mia. M. Uavia airived liuul Puoeuix.
Her liUobeuu baa breu bare lot the fart
two uioulua, aud luey will mat lag
stall tueir lutur home.
niuiam Lee, (jiuiiia.ly kuown a
"Maik" Lee, a cattle king ol CaujuU Di
abiu, waa tlolog biieiueaa uei lu laitel
pari ol laat wet X.
i'biL . Farmer, th rualliug rrpreoeu
tativeot Weiutuau A Lewtusou, ol Aluu
quel que, N. ai., Cauie lu aud regiatereu
at tne Ban a uutel. tie paid mis bl
ue a bUaluea Visit.
K. C. Buncu ua beeu selected as pnu
clpal ul lb public aelioult ol liieuua.e
l of the euauiijg teiui by ins acuool balu
of said utstrici air. buutU la a brolliei
touur lowuemau, l.h. buueh.
J. 1). ewuiau ha biouabl iu tweuty
six buuurrd Uead ol ebeep from 8au Ber
dluu couuiy. Cat., aud pladd litem uu hi
tauge aoulu ol luwu. II will remalu
ueie soma lime to liaia a(r bis she, p.
ivputy blienQa F. Fatichilds ahd Bain
Black returned from Tubt City, where
tbey b4d b.-eu to see about a dam the Iu
dlaua were building. As th (ffl.rs were
In doubt about the line of the reservation,
they didn't moleat the dam.
Thursday afternoon. Just as we went to
preea, the Are alarm was given, when the
residence of M. L. Baal was (Uncovered to
be In flames. The cltix-m and Ore de
partment turned out lu good order but
the building was too (ar gone to be
saved. Only a portion of the honeehitld
goods were saved. Not a dollar of In
surance on ths building or household
goods. Ths list (alls heavily on Mr. Bead
as he Is a poor man.
The patriotic cltltens of Flagstaff bars
donated nearly $do to purchase a large
flag which will b fi sited to th brer i a
ou baturday, and will remain np until
the Americans sweep Spain (rum (f ber
feet. When It d uies to true, genuine
patrioth-m, the citlgiis of Flagstaff are
trne as st el. Tbs Arizona Lumber and
Timber company will furnish ths flag
pole, which will be 100 feet In height.
I'pwards of seventy reliable eltl(-ii
have enrolled on th committee of
Btrawberrie ar gradually getting
more plentiful and sell readily at two
boxes for tweuty Ovs cents.
The estate of the late Michael Wormser,
of Phoenix, Is valued at $100,000. The
entire estate will go to bis slaters aud
The Keutucky Society of Arlxona will
give Its first annual barbecue at the park
iu May S, to wiuth every Keutticklau,
whether lady or gentleman, including
the members of the family, are Invited tu
Articles of Incorporation of the Doyle-Di-nnUtou
Furnace company were died
with the couuty recorder. The capital!'
lallou In 5,iKU0, aud th incorpora
tors ar A. Deouiston, M. W. Wnger, II
L. Hchtierman and Fiancis Doylo. Tl.e
principal place of doing business will be
Tlu're were four sleeping drunk In
police court Tueedny. One of them whs
Utile Webb, who had Juat beeu diech irgcd
from tlie lusaue asylum, where she was
sent a couple of months ago (or itiHaully
reaulllug (roiu the ute of morphine. She
was found I) lug In ths street.
A colored preacher of Phoenix Is la
Preecott now trying to break up the
drtuklug habit by raising tho price be
yond the reach of all except the wealth
lent cltifus. This Is dune by lucreiwlng
the demand, aud a demand 1 luvreuaed
by au extraordinary consumption. 'J he
result of this plan of campaign Is that
this self-eacrltlclng paraoii has beeu as
full at a goat fur a week. Us wa met
on Sunday by a Phoenix man who kne
blm and who a-kd him how he worked
hliUHclf Into that c n 1 1 lion. "It's the
funnleet tiling yo'tver see, boaa," replied
the preai her. "Yo' kuow I'm) easy tick
led, and they keeps me lauahln' au'
when I laugh they pours vthUky down
boa t l,,tifroSil as kisula "sr I lis taay.
To O'llt t.'tatcco easily anil forever, tnintf
.istic. lull tit l.fe. tierra ami vigor, taks No-Tr
Use. the wonder aorUer. that tiaJt'si wesk mea
stmug. Ail drutijiats, Ks or II, Cursiusrare
teed Bix.klri anct sumiils free. AJilresa
stteriinx Hsuisuy to, Cbioao or Nsw Voi.
Wall paper at Futrelle's from -?.
per double roll and np.
This is tht stqutl of a terrible calamity which
effected many sections of the country lomt years ago.
A hoit of vutitns suffered disease and death. The
survivors have new a new reason to rejoue.
About erven yar ago th La Cripps
Ybitcd various secUona ol ths counu-v
In iu deadly might scattering dusate aud
death among lu hoau of victims.
Most oi those aflncted who escaped
death then, have lived on ia aulfcring,
broken in health and ambition tor th
aiur-flccts oi this disease are dangerous,
A Urge portion oi lb- aurvivon Lav a
feeling oi oppression ia th chert.
A bills exertion cause a violent action
ol th heart, described aa "palpitation."
Thrr is mental anxiety, depression,
fcluenets oi the sktn, indicating liucsuired
Circulation of th blood.
Th tlugguhnct oi IU circuliUoo Im
pairs th functions oi meet oi th organs I
th stomach and Intestines fad to perioral
their work, whil the appetite and diges
tion become seriously aficcted.
This complaint has balded eminent
physician and exhausted the rcsulU of
Recently, however, a mean tor a Cur
boa been obtained.
Among those who bave been restored to
btalth by it Is Herman H. Evclcr,oi 811
V. Main Street, Jcttenoa, Mo, a resident
C4 that city for thirty-eight years, well
known as a successful contractor.
He wa on oi th victim of tbs
"Grippe " seven years ego and bas since
been troubled with its alier-ellecU.
"That be lives to-day," h says, "kl
due to remarkable occurrence.
"I was taken with a maladv (uslahotka
"Gripp"vauted lUa sactiua sod eawssd ss)
A wnman' hltB
mT'J ker heal
snfl niosf orea
c. cions rno own
eions end owmrua, ilT
.'""" r"ol looVa. her rniov
ntrnt of ltn, hrt hipbt-
nraa, sni lor
and Its cnrttinn
anoe all depend
npon hry hrftlth,
Ciil it vanity If
yon will. It la a
woman's dnty tb
worship at th
brine or has? mir
ror. It Is hrr duty
to tvreserre) er
rod looks nd youth
(ut aplriu as Ions; as
The woman who mf-
fi rt from soma wesk-
nets or drrantrrmrnt
of thr orfrsna dittinctly
tVmlnlnr, csa note the
daily rncroarbmrnta of
neral 111 hrslth, by tonkins: in her mirror.
illow or blotched cnmolrxlon. hrsry
erra and dark circlet nndrr thrm, the little
wrinkles Hint (radii.tlly creep around tli
Corners of bet eyra and month and the
fi nrtnl Itiok of liptlrtanras snd despond
ency will tell thr etory. Special troubles
of thia kind are ton fieqnrntly mylrctrd
brcauae the natural and proprr mrslrsty of
women kerpt thrm from eraiMiltinf tba
avrras; mn of phyticiana. Three men,
brcauae they are without inhrrrnt delicacy
tlvmsrlrrs, Imfftne that women ar th
sme. They lntit upon obnoxions eaam
inations and local treatment from which
at'y sensitive womnn shrinks. Dr. rlrrce'a
Favorite Prescription witl do more for a
woman who sutlers In this wsy thsn all th
doctors of this description toe-etbrr. During-
tha psst thirty rears It has been nard
by oyer ninety thousand womrn with tnar
yrlons rrsttlts. It it sn nn(aitin( enre fof
all wesknrss and ditrst prruliar to wom
en. All food mednnr dralrrs sell It.
" Vor a lumWr of yrart I wiff.-ren with s conv
pbcatlw Ot irm tie insi''lf-t," wrllrs Mrs. J. B.
Feraitwat. of K'l.;nio,.r. chrttrr Co , a. C. ' I
titl vartoaa remf,lif-a fioni phvalviana, bnt
nothing aermrn to to mi mnymmA. ft aertnr
tht my back w.siM kill me. Ihail amothering
ar-n at niitlit so !! I chiI.1 n-4 re.t. AIo hnl
con.lloitlon. I t'.k lr. I'l'-n-r'a l-avmttr Prr-si-ritltti
snd ' I'lcasant IXleta snd was ew
Send for Pr. Tirrcr's Common rirnse
Medicsl Advitcr. Tspir-bound, tl one
ernt stamps; cloth touiid, ten cents more.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Bnflsjn, N. Y.
Wall paper at Futrelle's.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Plumblug aud gas lilting. Whitney Co.
Lamps and trimmings. Whitney Co.
Quaenaware, glassware and tinware at
Native wins, St) cent per gallon at A
illghent prices paid for gents' clothing
at Hurt's. 117 (told avenue.
Freeh Kansas egps 12 cents, native
SKIT 1?! rents, at Lombardo's,
if von want anything In the binding
nr Job priming line, call at Tut CmxkN
Old Manse and Scndder maple snp,
only 'lit cents per gallon at A. Louihar
Old Rye, Bourbon or brsndy, 75 eent
per quart. Call for samples, at A. Lorn
Buy your camp stoves and hare your
tin-work done at the bUr tlnshop, 2iV
Look Into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. He has the nlcst freed)
naat In th cltv.
Hot chile con oaroe served every night
at the Paradise. Do not nils it. Bache
chl k (Jioml. proprietors.
This week's special sale at (toldeu Rule
Dry (ioocls company la silks, dreas gmals,
embroideries, Oxlord shoes aud percale.
The labttt In ehlrt waist sets are the
Rob H' y plaid sets and ths antique Jew
eled sets to match Jeweled bells, Rosen
Have your roof painted with asphalt
elastic roof paint and your leaky roof re
paired with aabeatK) Cement. A. W.
Harden haa It.
The beet place (nr good. Juicy steaks
and roaats and all kluds of meats, kept
In a first rut market, at Klelnwort s,
north Third street.
Be wine and attend special sale at
DoIiIimi Rule Dry Hoods Company's. Kx
traorilliiarv low prices on silks, dree
?nd, euihtol.lerles, low shoe aud per
ralea. We would have no trouble with Spain
if stie only readied the Immense alreugtb
and resource of our nullon. If yon un
deratiNKi our ability to provide for the
wiahes of our patrons you would not go
elaewhere. llahu A Co., N. T. Armijo
j, i:i;l;,, s tijnl
if you are a republican and believe In
the policy of protecllnu, theu why not
uphold your theories by taking out your
policy for pro'eclion apaliiHt lire in that
grand, old, true and tried American In
stitution, the Insurance Company of
North America, which has protected
Americana to (he exteut of over I'.M.tmi,
OoO of loaaea from lire. Or If you ileal re
to he doubly protected, taks a policy of
the Philadelphia 1'uderwrltars, guaran
toed by two of America's foreinoet com
pBlllea, backed by over lll,UIU.0lXl of
good Amerlrau assets.
Rooms aud 6 Uraut Block.
Americana tre the most inventive peo
ple ou est th. To them have been bemad
nearly HiKi.tiui paten la, or more than one
third of all the patents Issued in the
world. No discovery of modern years
haa been of greater benefit t mankind
than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud
Dlarrha Remedy, or has doue more to re
lieve aurterliKf aud pain. J. W. Vaugn,
of Oaklon, Ky., saya: "I bavs u-ed
Chaiiiherlaln's Culm, Cholera and Dlar
rhuea Remedy In my family (or several
yeara, and II nd It to be the beat medicine
i ever need for cramps In the stomach
and bowels.' For enle by all druggist.
Room moulding. W hitney Co.
j many fatjlltlrt about uvea yan ago.
1 wutroubUd with ihortotu ol brcatb,
illation ol tha beset and a gnral do
r. My back alto paiiud n.s severely,
tried diilcrcnt doctors and carefully
followed their directions, but no benefit
was apparent. I used numerous remedies
that were blgldy recommended but o
sail dietary resulu were obtained.
"I beg in to give up all hope oi receiving
relief. My condition wa deplorable.
"In reading a St. Louis newspaper I
noticed an article eitolllng Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pols People.
"After making inquiries regarding (hern
I concluded to give the pilU a thorough trial.
"1 used lh Ural boa aud was wonderfully
" I bought two more boxes and continued
MA marked improvement was tooa
noticeable the shortness of breath, the pU
pitatlon oi my heart and kindred ailments
beg in to skate.
"Alter taking (our boxes ol the rills, I
was restored to good health.
"I feel like a new man now, and can Iran,
act my business with increased smi-ilion."
To adi strength to his story Mf. Em it
made aliidavit be lore Notary Public Ac. at
Poutuong and he will gladly answer in
quirie to those enclosing stamp for retly.
The resaon that Dr. Williams' Pink i ills
lor Pale People are helpful in such cases aa
this, Is thai they are composed ol vegetable
remedies which act directly on the bufasr
blood, the iouudaUua ol disss.
MAY 4l-th, Ctb, Gth, 7th, 1898.
By May t Two Hundred Horses will bo stablt d
on the track and in temporary stable outside.
All tho Great Stako Horses from Fan Francisco, St.
Louis, Butto, Anaconda and Kansas City Tracks. 1
LITTLE T. (.
and other Stako Winners. Just as good as
San Francisco or Now Orleans.
Special One-Fare Round-Trip Passenger Rale to Albuquerque
FROM MAY 8 TO MAY 9.
Don't mint the Greatest Racing Carnival ever held in the Southwest.
G. C. D. CULLEY. Secretary. JOHN S. TRIMBLE, President
ik. manor a maHur,
HOMOiOPATMlC PHYSICIANS AND
HiirKrims 1 (file ni rrrl jcncr orrr pool.
ottlc. ( (Id 1 rl-phnnr . Nrar Trlsplion.
I Ha. Mrs. Marlon hlrtnr M. 11., nfttr. bonrs.
I to I p. m. Krnk D. Ili.i cp. M. l..ofPc
konrs. in 10 s. rr. ani I to I sad 7 to I p. m
Tsk. rlrralivr at Whltn.y's.
HK TA!IIKI1. M.
PHYSICIAN AND SfH'KON-C(Hrar
rrsl-lrirr 107 north k Iflh rtirrt. Hours, I
to I snd -ao to 7:H0 p.m. Hr-rial attrotlnr
t Irrn lo ohrnntr snd dUras. if wftrr.n, tJid
telrptMtnr, . Cslls m.ir In dsytim. only.
H. IX. OH WMI,
UCH1TKCT-Flsns. sprrlflrstlnns and ns
llmstrs rnrnlahrd lor sil riaaar nf hnttd
ln and arrhltartural work. OOicoi SO Wast
S KICK and rralrtrncr. No ill Wrat (fold
ar.nn., Trlruhtm. Nil a. Oftlr. hotua
I to s. m. t tto to SO srd 7 to p, ra.
((. 8. kastrrday, M. D, J. 8. koMrrday, M. D
W. . BOPav, M
Or-rMCK HOUHH-Untll a. m. and horn
I !i to :0 snd from 7 to p. m. ONms
snd rrsidrnrr. tio West Uold aa.ari, Alba-
iinrrqu., N. at.
k. j. airr, it. i. a.
ARMIJO HI.OtK, PI't)NITK 1I.FHI.D
nroa . jiiilv noursi . in. iu la:au
,. If,. F. Ml. .1. U JI. Ill, lllll, vi, nu.
iira. Appointments nisil. Ly msll.
bckhako a. HOIiat,
ATTOKNKY-AT LAW, Albuqorrqn., N.
H. from pt sttmlloo lrn to all bualnvaa
prrtsinlna lo lb. prolrsaion. Will prat tler In
all courts of thr irrrttoty aud brfur Ui United
Italra land cttic.
WILLIAM l. I tLK,
A TTORNKY.AT LAW. Ofllr.,
'an. a.Armiifi on ( na.
Will practice In
all th. courts of th. territory,
TTOHNRY8-AT LAW. Albnunrrqii.. N.
'V M. onicr, rooma k and a, rurt National
H. W. It. HHIAH
. TTORNKT-AT I.AW, Albnqurrqa. N
L St. llllicr, first National Hank buildln
VHAMK W. CLANCY,
ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW, rooms sn
T. Aniilio bulldlua, Albuiucnju., t
St. W. IKHHUM,
TTO K N K Y A T-1. A W. ifllra oyt R ob.
A rrtMin'a arK-ry storr, Allni'iurrgii., N. M.
H. H. Warkentin
Albuqusrque Bowling Parlors!
Come. First 8t. aud Copper Are.
Tbtfi( Bowling Allryiln th 9n at h wm.
Nic plat' to tin-ntl th UIUft.
he flew Chicago
IS on of the ulrwHt rmoru In thr
A. city, and 1 aupiillexl with tlir
bHt and Uuwt liguura.
UEISCH a BETZLER, Propriatcrs.
Bpln(tli1 Lod(?lDg Kooma by tha day,
work or mouth.
809 Weat Railroad Avenaa.
Very Fincbt .Vines,
Liquors und Cigars
Thlid Mtrtwt aad fljoraa iTena.
Atluntio Boor Hall!
SCHNEIDER a LIX, PHOrt.
Cool st Bas 0 drsoahtl lb flnrst N stirs
Win and lb .sty beat of Orsl-clsa
Liquors. oi ns a call.
Hairaosr swr , Aiaoncaaoua
A Notsd lla.
f1" rand. A Parrtitl I frmn t
all kinM. nt l.iqiinn
Oellabl. qia!i'v ariftl"
I to a II 1'iiir ait
m sr. rrsp, Tj
In. snd ctirsr
kI is their ld
Always etiol aii.l .l am. th.-u l.rrr, r
tiiiitr iinr"..i.'llt'd (ar or D.a as
Nublr Wlllrs. 4lt iHirini, rrrrl. TP
tin mr1r)snlil'ir! train s.Huk k rnmolai
M.HtiK k romp let
Dellcimia Clfrit. tnn, lu ir c tfain, fVl
t'l.oi(ti MavorM nbtot) I
ticellent Ku..ii tiotti c'ruit and rx m, Tp
-i ti '4ty South fuitStre m
&tbua at AUi'ji)Ttif 'hrrr are i-lrt.-v I
vl.ol'iv,,, (,UAMk A PAKI NTI
ONE FOR A DOSE
Rfarv plrnplfa, PrTn
Billiniarirsaa, I'urify th.- blw-il.
vur Mxana. it ami Iifat l'via.
A norfmtbl Mf tha txfla m
ir usjuti. riiri ami
. Tiff U.lt hmw ..It, ....k... I'..
i '.'VV . "'" '"" aaiul'l- t--, ur Mil tins f"f
a-44 bf ilra. sum. OM. UMN0 CO. faila. Pa.
lllllhrat s.h frlrr falil
Kir furiiilur, stoVHt, rurrlH, elutlilne,
trim ku, MtrtipxH, rwlillrH, mIiihw, tc,
Hrtfl'H, 117 tiulil avniiiK, nrit to Hnlir)
Vnru K'prtwH oIUi'h. b. tt uii brfor jruu
tnijr ir ii.
Kor licit thirty iIhjh I will ay lilifliwit
rtrli iri' for lililiarlinlil vh (if rrrrj
itrriiTilitinli. Don't Hell until Tim gHt uijr
liill. T. A. H IIITTKN. lis llolll aVrllUM.
Til Rrv. W. II. ravrr, iiaator of til
('. li. t'lmrrli, llillNlnirir, t'a , rrrofrnlzw
Iih vain of Cliiiiiilirrlalti'H Coiiifli
Itrmnly, ami iliira not lir-lla'a to tnll
ottirra about It. "I liava unl Cliainlwr
lain' Coiiuli KHnir'ty," U ". "mill 11 ml
It an eiri'lli'tit iiii'illi'lnw fur cdlila, cotitilm
ami ImariM'iiiuH." Hn iIim h Hvrryona who
Itlvm It a triiil. Holil by all ilruirgtHU.
"Ilnrrt In a Ihhwiii that li who run
limy rnml; tlia inan nn Him Colnuibla la
always lu I lit lead.' 75 and I -JO. Halm
Me I'ulirlnir nxiiiiM. '!' c-n t -i iir nlilil.
at No. Ill Ktrnt alr't. lrn. l I'urriill,
NiivnltlcH lu our q'luniHwar dwpart
Diaut. Yi Ultuj Co.
Ever Held in the Southwest
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
IoUmtImmI Capital ....I&00y000.0f
Paid-op Capital, Sorploa
and Profit S17S.000.00
The Bank of Gommerca
o"aui roBKisii a7xoaiABiai
ottalss aa Osasss
K , S. Oraao, PrMldant I. C. BaxnatD, Lars bar. W. C. LaoaaaD. Caprta la
M, P. BoausTsa, VlaoPraaidMi. A, KiaanaaH, Klsamaoa Brak. Wool.
W. . STaioaxaa. Caahlat. A. M. Blaobwbix. Oross, BlaeavaU Co, OrcMta
U. J. Kaaasos), Assistant Casblsr. W. 4. Maxwbu. Wbolwal Orofaist.
Depository for Atchison, Topekt 4 SanU Fe s.Uw&.
GROSS, BLAGKWELL & GO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Houses at Albuqucrqne, East Las Vtgas and
GlorlclA, New Mexico.
8.r.rt Y lllpaorRack.
Hill, a I Ko Jll I T' l:..; .. j
.lib M-t.it. I .-.(.r t-:n
Wsssfi K K I- M . K I r II 1 1 f. l
I W COOL, I
VV. i.. TRlMBJLli & GO.
Livery, Sale, Feet! and Transfer Stables
Second SU. oetwecu Railroad and Copper Aye)
Heraaa and MaUa Bongbt aad Bnktigi',
Agcnta for Colambaa Uaogf CaioaaKT.
Tha Bast Turnout la tba Clty
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriage, Road Carta, Spring Wagon, Victorifi
Buggiei, Phaetoni, Etc, for Sale, tilt
AtMrfsn W. L. TRIMPLF rn Albnanorqao Nw neo
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
II AY AND CRAIN. .
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods.
Sol grnta for San Ant nlo Lima.
A!buquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Irna and Bra astiufsi Or, CisoJ and Lam bar Cars i Kbaftln j, Poll.y. OraU tsr
Babbit M-l Column and Iron fn ot. fur Hnl1 Inv.i it. (sir. '
atiDir and Mill Macfcloary a HpeJtf.
FOUNDRY: 'DE RUUOD TPCIC, Al PUOtfPOl'F,
Gr. HEN H Y, M. L)
Stndoiit or Dr. Phillip Ftlrord of Franr.
THIRTY-SIX TKAHS' PBA "TH K. MK.V 0NLT TRRATKD.
A ear fasrsntrrrl In rrrry csar nmtrnakrn srhrn a cor. I. prsrtlrsbl and poaalbl.
rinniwilMwa. alrrl and atrlrmir al-rcl ly cuird Willi lit. ' Hlrnrrl's Jrnrh "'Sfu'rs. krrra
rssra Drrmminitly currd atuliln
radlrllr cillrd. Kli nrd'a mrOioM prai tlrrd In
s0.0vo patlriiu atn t'r..tully rtirrd wi'.l'in th. la.i mn. yraia. I all rrfrr to psttrnt. carrd by
p.rnitMlin. Invr.tisat.. ttltlirs H.vrlltrrntli surrl. nrar bampa, Ilrnvrr, Colu.
knllah, Krench, Ooninf Pollali. Kusalan and Biilirmlaa spuken. UuKaulU.Ho sjid Os
fuml-i rrasv (uneau judauc. wjttcluxll suuily cuulldaaual
lis b. DKl'OSliUK..
Depository for Uie Atlant'c 4
V act tic and Xlut Atchiaoc
I TorekaA Santa Fe
4 Railroad Coa.
0FFICES3 110 DIHECI0S3;
JOSHUA 8. RATN0LD8. . . .Fieafdarat
U. W. FXOCRK0T ....TltaFnaldeiit
A. A. KXK5 . . . Xawhlr r
t B1KK MoKU. . . .Aaadatai
In Albnqaerqne, H. IJ.
aatD VKvm urnrua ow csuu,
ta iwp isan mrmrf vtxaUlSi'
i nnrnnn nTinnn
210 Railroad Avenue.
iatoil Ttleplioat 113. llttaqQsrqas, I. X.
Ultra I'All. nwv.1 nrna. Anu.i.n' -un wi pur
,-a.rs, ntn'1 rmia.i a. ln.oir.nl.
tlir Wmld a Hospital. Parla
Ki frrrnrr I l.r