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" II LU s
THE EXCaiCXCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS
l due nt only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, hut aim
to the care and kill with which It Is
manufactured by anient Iflo procr-a
known to the California Fio Srm-p
Co. only, and we Uh to Imprea npon
all the Importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. Aa the
genuine Symp of Klff l manufactured
by the California Fio Htrdp Co,
only, a knowledge of that fact will
aaaiat one In avoiding the worthier
Imitation manufactured by other par
tie. The high Handing of the C'ALI
roRtfiA Flo 8rmp Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the untlafaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
(riven to millions of families, make
the nnme of the Company guaranty
of tho excellence of Its remedy. It la
fur In advance of all other lnxativca,
as It act on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weaken
ing them, ami it doea not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get Its beneficial
effects, plcaso remember the name of
" CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN rRANOlMia, Ck
LOt ISTIll.t, t,. Raw TRK, M. T-
T H K I) A IL Y(TnKN,
Ttrmi mt BubeevlptloB.
Pally, br mall, one rear 19 00
tily, br mail, ait month- 00
f)ily, br mail, tlirre months. 1 AO
l'ailr, ty rnil, one month 60
Pally, by carrier, one month 76
Wr-rltly, br mall, tier rear 00
Ths Daily C itiikn will be delivered in
the city at the low rale of 110 cent per week,
or lor 7ft cents per month, when paid monthly.
These rate are leat than those of any other
dallr paper In ths terotury.
ADVP.RTISINO RATKS made known oo
sppllcatlon at the olllc of publication.
'IMIK CITIZKN lob ofllce la one of ths best
I in the aonthweat, and all alnda of Job print.
n la etecuted with neatness snd at lowest
TIIK BINDKRY, lust added. Is enmprete
snd well lilted to do any kind of blndli..
'I II K CITIZKN will be handled st the office
Hubarrlptltin will be collected by li. 11.
Tilton, or can be paid at tbe olbce.
NOTICK Is herebr given that order Riven
by emDlovea ution Ths ClTIZBN will not
be honored unles previously endorsed br the
TIIK CITIZKN I oo al at the following;
place In the city: H. K. Newcomer, 813
Railroad avenue; Hawley's New Depot. South
H-cond atreet: O. A. Mton Co', No. soft
Kallroad avenue, snd Harvey's baling Uouse
si me aepoi.
TIIK KKKR LIST The free Hart of TRB
Citizen embraces Notices of Birth, Mar
rlagee, tuneral. Deaths. Church Services and
Kntenalnment where no aotniaaton taclinrRed.
lilOUKS A McCH h llH I ,
Tho Perfume of Violets
The purity of th.llly, ths gloffof ths loss,
snd th. flu.h ot llab wablM la Foaaoai'
Territory of New Metico, In the District Court
oi tne munty oi isernauiiu.
Marlon a. nicaparron,
To the Defendant. Hush McSnarrnni
You are hereby notitird that aauit hs been
filed In the Dlntrict Court of the Second J mil.
cial Diatrtct of the Territory of New Mexico
within snd for the County ol flernstillo, stfsinat
you by Marion A. McSparron praying for an
absolute divorce from you on the ground of
abandonment and habitual drunk-line, snd
sxliing for the care, cuatiKly and control of the
minor children! and unlet you enter your
appearanc iu auld caime on or before ihe 6th
clay of June, IHiih. a decree -pro coiilesau will
be entered against you.
H. P. Own, Clerk.
L, L. Bbnmt, tiallup, N. M .
Plaint! If 's Attorney.
It is a strenfrtheningr food and
tonic, remarkable in its flesh-form-ln
properties. It contains Cod'
Liver Oil emulsified or partially
dicrested, combined with the well-
known and highly prized Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda, so
that their potency is materially
It will arrest loss of flesh and
restore to a normal condition the
infant, the child and the adult. It
will enrich the blood of the anemic)
will stop the cough, heal the irrita
tion of the throat and lungs, and
cure incipient consumption We
make this statement because the
experience of twenty-five years has
proven it in tens of thousands of
Cases, fir ir ' SCOTT'S cWifcs.
)oc and It.oo, all druggiitft,
SCOTT A BOW St, Ch.mi.u, Nw York.,
From the Armory ldt night (Krlily).a
bicycle belonging to A. Kveritt A re
ward of is hereby tillered for the
arrest aud conviction of the thief.
UucBlao'e arnlea Salv.
The best salve In the world for cnta,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, rhnt.ped bands, chilblains,
corns and all sklu eruptions, and poel
lively cures piles, or no pay. It Is guar
anteed to give perdct satisfaction or
monev refunded. Fries, 26 rents per boi.
Kor sale by all druggists. J. o. U'Bleily
The cycling season is now opening and
the prevailing question Is, "H here can I
get the best wheel (or the money I care
to invest T' Let na know your price. We
are certain to have a wheel that will lit
It. We have good wheels only, but have
many style at many price. Hahn&Co.
Perhaps you never bought clothing,
underwear aud (iirniNhing goods from
in. It will pay you to Investigate our
prices and aee if you do not save 25 to
to tier rent on clothing store prices. To
be had only at the (Joliien Itule liry Goods
Co.'s, leaders of low price.
Call at The Green Front" shoe store
for children's and misses' sandal and
n x fords, black and tan, latest styles, B to
8, h5 cents; toll. WJ cents; ll1, to 2,
fl; ladles' oxfords, 1. W. Chaplin, pro
prietor. A portion of the shoe ordered by A.
Simpler last (all (or the spring and sum
mer trade have Just arrived aud persons
lu need of footwear can get the latest
styles at greatly reduced price at bis
Gentlemen and patriots, before going
to war buy your underwear and furnish
ing good at the Golden Uule Dry Good
Co. aud save balf.
Four ran of rising sun ly for 25
ceuts, at Lombardo's.
From lb Be.
Tbe Ulo Grande U spreading Itself
these days, bat IM Immediate career la
till wltbiu lue bound ut uwluluese,
Tbe Lubau lUg (wumiii lue American
baulier ou Ui paik aufl la the wura uf
Mrs. Nellie sillier.
fraud tluckell, machinist, arrived
(ruui XaUipiOu ami tU lu Wuik lu lue
local faurtMtl unp.
riaiik B. Uuut has severed tits eou
iiuu hu J, iS. uruyiee' bauk aud ia uuar
acmiK a bight lelvgiauu uperalor al
alia. Lulu Kuaute Lu purchased the
eUUeUutial rraltltttio uf J. 11. Alieu, ami
also lue lurmtute lllerelu. ur Object
it ui keep rouiuefs aud probably boarder
as v eil.
Iheltauilug millila elected officer a
(en iiigbl ago aud ctiuee aa lljuir lieu-
tenant Kualueer n, it. Futlier vt oau
Mr. Kleuef I dee.rw.ued W go
10 in ai ii tuc .it aieaioo lunula 1
ibe Hour uiiil Is ulll lu opeialiou, aud
would OouMuu iw buui lue eulir ear
wuiioui a skip, Wure It Uut ueceea.ir to
.iwiid to some ueed d repairs (or a
. uple ol ee ere His UeWcropot wheal
I- teady tor Ibe ui.iiket.
i. P Le ng, lor. mu of sfctinu 177, was
(Uite Heil.iu-.ijr injur d tint (ore part of
iit week. Vttilio occupyiug bia UeUitl
a a. on the lismlcar, bi iliouiders uio-
meuuilly caiue wtthlu rauge ot the car
haudle. and he Buffered Injuries lliat are
cousldrred quite dangerous. Us Is ouder
the care ot Dr. Ales. Crulrkshank.
Thursday evening the representative
eltlserj of Haa ilarclal gathered in
lummy Davenport's cigar store to out
line a program ot sports for the Fonrtb
f July and appoint the necessary work
ing Committee. It ws decided to make
roping a leading feature aud 7J will go
to to rlctors $J0 to the Brat aod f 23 to
second. Ia horse racing there will be
three events: Half mile, Orst money, (40;
second, 20; quarter mile. Brut money,
ii ; second, fio; cowpony race, purse.
From tbe Range.
Katon ootitiiiuea to grow. There are
more bouse Id proces of construction
now than at any time In several years.
in Biossbutg, Charles HcArthur and
Mies Cora Lemaster were united In
marriage by Kev. Win. John.
Hubert Harvey Walker and Mis Wag
gle Dyer, two of Ratou' popular young
people, were united la marriage by Kev
I. fj. sioDett.
Katon baa organised a first claea band.
The boys promise toeuterUln thecttlsen
by open air ooucerts every Friday even
ing daring tbe spring and summer, from
a band Btaud.
Mr. Brlgham, of the firm of Brlgham St
Hick, the big cattl owner of Coital
county, left for Arinna where he goes to
purchase a large herd of cattle to be
brought to their range la thl county.
Mrs J. B. Shroeder and two daughter
left for southern Calfornla, where she
will remain for several months In search
ot better health. They will stop iff a
(ew day at Albuquerque and then pro
ceed to IO Angeles.
CHpt J. C. Frederick, the efficient post
office Inspector for thl end of Unci
Sam's division, was here the other day.
lie thinks he has captured one of the
thieve who burglarised the Raton post
office ome weeks ago. He mad the ar
rest at Puelilo.'Colorsdo.
From the tlera'd.
Kay Hoes, who haa been In Bland tor
the past two months mining, went down
to Albuquerque to spend a few day
among bis many friends.
DaveWelller and alike Man.lell, two
enterpil-lng business men of Albuquer
que, cam up on a ppecial stage (rom
rbi.rnton and after viewing the sight
r turned borne the next day,
Roy McDonald, representing Groes,
Biarkwell & Co., made a brief trip to
BlBiid during last week, and as usual did
considerable business for his firm, who
l.avean extensive patronage in the Cocb
Hoi. Boiler sold ont the stork of the
Miner' Iuu saloon to Jake Larselere,
who has opened a resort near the Albe
marle mine air. Boiler left for his home
lu Gullup and J. Hicks Kuianuel, who
was with the former has joined hi fami
ly at Hauta Fe.
From the Herald.
It Is expected that work will begin on
the Crowu Point mine next week.
Tbe illaud mill turned out two more
bar ot bullion during the week and con
tinues successful operations.
Herman Clausen's operations on the
Julia, lu Colia canyon, are showing that
valuable property up well.
Robert Douthitt, the efficient superin
tendent of the property, Is paying off all
the Indebtedness ot the Washington group
At the Albemarle the steel frame of the
mill snd machinery Is being set up, and
ths OHtittl extensive mining development
George tV. Smith and partners have fin
ished the aseeesmeiit work on the Rein
deer, the valuable property belonging to
them near the Albemarle.
George Buck baa a force at work on the
Smuggler, one of the Nonams group,
under lease aud bond to W. J. Cartan,
aud la making good headway. The work
consists ot driving a tunnel to crosscut
the vein ot the Smuggler.
W. U. Hi-Broom, formerly ot Hauta Fe,
and now ot Colorado Springs, was In
Bland on Monday Investigating the Can
non and Little Mollis claim (or the pur
chase of which be Is negotiating with the
owners, Klmer A. Wlxsou, George Marsh
aud Thomas F. Abbott.
Tbe Julia No. 3 was recently located by
Herman Clausen In Col la canyon, aud
(rom report It U one of the big proper
tie ot tbe district. The vein of good
looking quarts Is (rom twenty-five to on
hundred (eet wide and show indications
ot poosoaiilng great value. The owner
are Herman Clausen, Charlea F. Yardman
and Adolpb J. Fischer. Kxtenslv devel
opment was begun on tbls valuable prop
erty recently and will be poshed with
It be been falsely asserted that the
refractory ore of the Cochitl mining dis
trict consist of lead, autluiony, tine and
ijul i jftiiaujjiiiuLaaUJiiJBBnHsBnn
I copper. Thla It erroneous, u prated by I
! louumxrabl tests by chemists and a
Myers ot Bland and elsewhere. Ibe (act
la that the be metAli mentioned are
not contained la Buy of Hie Cuctilll ores,
excepting la oil or two Instaacee where
aa almost Imperceptible per eeutage ol
slue aud copper pjritea occur, la ba
ores of tbls district are ttiuee wblub eou-1
taia suipnur aud teliuriuin lu tuipara
tire small proportion, llieee eli UieuM
being emdij piecipitatvd t siUipie uieiU
ods ol bint luavitlug tile puip. It lias also
bee a Ueuious.i.t! lual caulde, wuhouk
uasttua, a sucCrtSiui aaul lu tne
HeaiiUeul ol lue vies ol tins UmiiiCk.
Ibe CuaiaoMiiuiliCit ol Hie oiee ol the W
t'liitl tuiuiug UH.nct eousiHl clilrtl ol
su.p.'irteu, i-Qipiii(le aud syitauile.
bteudli, tuaviljf oaied woaS Sou
tiuue to Usui or from to Lou star
tutue to Hi Hiaud uiul.
4ial slur tralnul.
euicS Uui aoitugH, April 38 Last
naluidaj our popuiaiiou was luof-aed
br uue liswootuer wuo luleud to make
Ij-1mlj.un10ui Willi us. ll Was a
bouuvlug b y, wUok arrival giad.leued
lb borne ot our veuerabie pioueer, Ctd.
t rank V ere. A paler fauiliias, lb ol
ont I Is uuduuoteuly a succee.
Kvr)btaiy up here Is now busily en
gag-d lu plauliug gunleuiau.l Ueils,aud
the weather Is juat as nice aud pleaeaul
(or Hits puriMme as could b wlrtlied (or.
Kiulloi all kind will be pleuluul this
SibxiIi, as there was uot the eligii.eet
dnmiige by (ru.it.
l apialu letard and wife are still with
us, aud ths former has completely recov
ered (rotu bis co igh.
VS alter IXireiler, from Bisbne, Arliona.
who has received great benefits from the
baths here, will visit the Siilplmrs for
(ew days, and then go on to ItUud.
Ned. fiol.l, from Santa Ke, a sufferer
from diabetes, Is Improving greatly, an t
goes ont hunting every day with good
II. J. Stephens, from Council Bluff, Is
putting on fleeh very rapidly aud feels
like a uew man.
L. A. Judt and A. J. Otero have their
bath bouses now in One order and are
ready for business, as are also the hotels.
From the New Mexican.
Vicar General Antonio Fnurchrgn, who
has been confined t J his room at the san
itarium with a throat romplalut, ha eu
V ord ha been received that Joseph
Reynolds, a former employe ot W, A. Mc
Keusle, recently entered the army from
San Francisco, and has goue to the front
with the California troop.
John Finn, of the Valley ranch, on the
Pecos, who ha been at the sanitarium
uudergolng treatment during the past
week. Is rapidly recovering nnder tbe
care of the good staters there.
Judge Downs, who haa been at the san
itarium (or ths pant six m laths, suffer
lug (rom stomach complaint, is able to be
out again, and attended to business at
hi office during the pail week.
Mrs, Solomon Luua haa returned from
Los Luna for a visit with her pareuts
here. She received Friday morning
latter from ber husband dated at bis
sheep ranches in Socorro county ou
April '27th, saying that be Is well, hule
Hecretary Vt allaoe has called a meet
ing of the capltnl custodian committee
at bis office next Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock, for the purpose of considering
the furnishing of tbe new capital build
lug. Tbe committee const it of Secre
tary Wallace, Manuel Valdes aud Solo
Tbe members of the Omaha commis
sion ot the TrauHiulriislppl exposition
for the territory of New Mexico, which
Is composed ot ex Governor L. B Prince,
Captain S. II. Day, T. J Ctirran, W. 8.
Hopewell, J.T McLaughlin, J. J. Leesou,
J. P. Morrow and Louts Host'dter, met at
thn Water compuuy's.flli-H at 10 o'clock
Satuiday morning, for the purpoae ot re
ceiving the general report of the various
oommieNiouers. The meeting wai a very
Terrllila Aecltlent AvarUirl.
What might have been a very serious
accident oec tired last night to mar the
crowning of May service at the Catholic
church. Miss Kthel liatllu stood uihiu
the altar to receive tbe crown of flowers.
In leaning over to tuke them ber long
thin veil came la contact with the light
eil ramil - at the back and biased up lu
an iiiatuut. She r.in screauiitig from the
altar, and wts caught lu a moment by
several geiitlemeu, when the blaze was
extinguished at once. Her veil was
ruined and part of her long hair slightly
burued. Ths other little girls acted
quite bravely and went through the ser
vice. The binter greatly deplore ths
Kales lur the hprln Haee.
The Atchison, Topi ka & Santa Fe rail
way has made a rate of one (are (or the
round trip (rom all point t between Katon
aud Kl Paso. For dates of sale, etc., pat
rons should apply to their local agents.
w. B. Thill, Ag.-nt.
War or No War, Our Prior are Alwar Ui
Another cur load assorted furniture to
arrive about Monday next, consisting of
folding beds, iron beds, steel springs, oak
bedroom suits, chairs and rockers, ladies'
and gents' deeks, etc These goods are
bought at rock bottom prices aud we will
meet any competition wholesale or re
tall. Dou't (ail to get our prices before
buying elsewhere. No trouble to show
goods, whether yon buy or not.
W. V. Fl'THELLK,
Comer First aud Gold.
OAVre On lluodratl lloraa.
The goveruur ou last Friday received a
note from A. M, Bsrgere, clerk of the First
district court, lu which he offer to the
governor for the use ot the cavalry now
funning, hi choice of 1U0 bead of fine
borsea, (rom among the Bin) head on hi
ranch. Mr. Bergere reason that every
patriotic man who Is able should help the
government, and as be Is physically dis
qualified from eullstlug, took this gen
eroua way of showing bia loyalty to the
Till i) l
Cum I u,. i ,.ti.it I uri.ver.
N,uo'tH t '.nr. 1 1' ( 'ut Ii; rtuv l-v urfrt.
lall tuture. druKM..La r fund Uiuuty
If you cannot find the goods at the
Kcoi.uinUt ll 1 no use looking elsewhere
Is the common expression amongst the
ladles ot Albuquerque.
Special sale of
black dree good at
CARTA fl USD TUttS.
Attorn ot tbe City Should Pup-re BIU
for latroduciloa la Confrcu.
Tbe rejsetloa ot tbe land grant npoa
which the eltr ot 8ant Ke Is I .cated, by
ths L'ulted State supreme four I leaving
unsettled lilies to real Mate la the elij,
t-fforte bare been aod are be lug made to
secure legmlstioa la eongress which will
quiet a.l titles to tracio ot laud Bud I jts
ou the lain! suppuned to be wltbiU tnr
Santa Fe laud grant, aay the New Airx
Icau. Al the meeting vt tne boaid ol
county couiiuieeiourr ol MUta Fe Couu
ly held Apni li, a reeoiulluu was pasntU
requesting Delual Feiguseou lo Intro
due a bul tr thai purpe lu the bouse.
A copy ot Hie reeoiuitou was seul Mi.
Fergussuu by Couuiy l lerk Kotuero, k
which the following reply has been re
CeiVeti; Mr Atauacio Romero, Panta F. N. M.
Waaui..glou. 1). (J., Apill 1U, lSWt
My dear .mi: 1 beV reoeiv.d )oul
tvf of April lui, luelosiug ibe reeo
liuiuii ot lb boaid ol county com
mi siouers ol llie euuuly ol bauia
ka. 1 am well aware mat Uglaiaiion
by enugiees is uecnutaiy lo propeiiy
sett tne .ul to tea.1 eelate lu the elij
ul sat, ta re, sou 1 bat beeu bol only
lea.iy. but quiie aiix.ous lo pre ti.ai
uiailrr to a luuciu-iiuu lu oHiess. rot
two teasous, bueer, I have uot yel lu
if.xiuced llie b.il." Ibe Uisl la, llial Ii
was thought ailvisable lo wall uutll al.
Uieaiauui as Cia.iiinl, wuich seemed W
ll.-cl llie lilies, snoUid b. penned ou b
,im lautl court Lauiy that bas prae
t.coli) tieeu u.nie, a 1 was lliloiiueu b)
t. lieyuolus lieie lu VV.utiuugion. But
llie eeto.itl irewui WliJ 1 bate not Intr.
.IllCett lite but i-i lbu: lhak Mr Mplra
ami .r Ulld. tnleeve iaitli promieed t
prepare a I I. I wuicb Wouid be, lu tin
opinion n( the lawyers of hauta Ke, bull,
acceptable to all til. (teople of banta Ke,
and also one that Would nuxt rertalul)
tcctimpllfh the purpose and fully proteci
be titles, Theee gentlemen have not yet
sent nie a draft of such bill. 1 relied on
it that they would so send me a bul. and
therefore have not mvaeif made the ex
hsuattre study that will enable me, un
aided, to prepare a bill such aa would
pr Heel the I ties. You aud the board
can eee the advantage of having
such bill prepared ty Hanta F law
yers who, presumably, kuow all the
technical point to be guarded. 1
ihould be glad, therefore, II you would
ipeak to Mr. Spies and Mr. Gilderslnevr
and ak them to forward me the bill at
once, because I am anxious to rentier this
service to the people of riaula Fe. If you
win write me after talking with them
I hat, In your opinion, they will not un
dertake this work, then I shall myself go
to work and prepare a bill t the I mI ol
niv ability to protect all legitimate lu
I a-sure ynn, and through you, also, the
hoard of county comiulHsloners, of my
profound retpect and appreciation, and
of my anxiety as well as rra llnees to
reiub-r any service In my power either to
'he rl'y ot Hanta Ke or to the county t (
4iita re, whose Interests fiey are elect
ed to guard. Very respectfully yours,
II. B. Kimu'sooN.
nia't Tiibsrre Spit aek tiier l.lr af.
To quit tohaeco eauilr and lorever. he ma
ilello. lull of Me. nerve anil vigor, take No 1t
llac. the wooiler worker. Dial maRea weak nira
urong. All druiiilt,ts:orl. Cureuruo
(eed Dooklat anil sample free. Atltlrraa
terllog Kemedr Ut, Cbluafo or Mew Vorkv
BOND BILL FORALBD(UERQUB
Report oo tbe st;iare Rcceatly Intro
duced by Delegate Fergasson.
Vt att.liiittou, D. C , May 3. The houte
Oommittee on terrltorle favorably ro
ported with an amendment to tbe bill
Introduced by Delegate Ferguson ex
tending to the city of Albuquerque, N.
l., the right to Issue bunds uot to exceed
ti.VXJO, and the bonds so issued are to be
valid aud binding obligation on tbe
The amendment proposed provides that
the bonds shall ho Issued for the purpose
of funding the warrant of the city of
Albuquerque which are now outstand
ing, and the bonds shall not be disposed
of for less than their par value, nor shall
they bear a greater rate of tutereit thab
six per cent.
In making It- report the committee
quote from a petition submitted by the
city's officials, which shows that the t.ut
stundliig liidehteduesa and unfunded evi
dence by warrants was r),0onu Decem
ber, IW7, and Unit the assessed valuation
of all the property within the city, accord
ing to the last aaseaHnient, was 2,2i2,
a:tO. It la alio shown tint the uiiftin led
liidi'hlednras was Incurred (or work and
matcrlul used by the city government.
All of the floating luilehteduoss wna re
quired to be (united In luO rest-btaring
bonds, and current expenses to be after
wards limited to the actual current in
come, thereby placing the a liiiiuistratlon
of the uiuulcip.illlies, counties and sub
divisions of New Mexico upou a canb
basis. The city of Albuquerque ha been
uuable to Ihsiis coupon b ifids to fund Its
filiating Indebtedness becstire the Inn. led
and fi tatlng ImMiti'duees have exceeded
the 4 per cent limit.
in roucniiiiug us report tb committee
lays II appears that the apparent excesd
of the Indebtedness abors the 4 per cent
limit result largely, If not entirely, (rom
a shrinkage In the value of assewed pn p
erty lu the city, aud they therefore re.
commended that the terms of the bill be
allowed, provided thit the amendment
they propos Is aNo agreed to. Although
Immediate action Is not expected ou this
measure, favorable dNposltion, It In suld,
will undoubtedly be nuide of the bill
when It Is culled up.
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til Ir'!-, li.-t ,-nl.iy
lll-H. llHT llllll llOlV'!.,
. h'. M. Ill, (IjKiM-l fi.liU.
eui Iii'ii'liinlip, Ici.-r, I. al tii;il rnnrl.af inrj
ai.'l bifiniiMi,",. Jli-fiao n.i) un. I try a Imii
oft'. c in.inv; io, .: rem. M'.iiilaud
(uaruulwd to cure by all tlrugiala,
Koom moulding, w hitney Co
is put into " cheap" baking powder to fill up the
can; alum to raise the dough.
Alum is bad for the insides, but the manufac
turer doesn't mean you any harm, he just wants
to get rich.
San Francisco J, Sc I tilling & Col fatty
5 MANHOOD RESTORED."
Mjillll-S), I'llAlflUitS) tal
IM MM Ol UIv-nFBT,
lC FOR C AUD AFT K R Z norromoi
kl l lh horror of
frriDISR trnnho(iil rtt.rain
t urn r-aukiii 'itTiTfr-' ftrsj itoi ttufl by Ir.cion i bn-Mitnti nrttf pr nnt r IronMtvl wHk
iiiia. i ' r 1 1 r b, ii ui onir inowii
i iuf t aukk, uj lusku maa Jut yiu
wrllU-a fft)rmnlxj f lToVtl luonr; rtiiriiMt if mt btiir ik4 Ulssui ft umuAmmiH
For Sale at Walton'i Driwr Store.
. tt.tw-t . r- jea
amrle of wMt
care of health
will do for a
man is pre.
ented to the
life of Mr.
ff orntury. Tlii
"Or and Old
year of sie,
ed, and had
not lot the
vrith whirh hm
fastened upon any subject that interested
Nearly every man ha It In hi power to
live to a erren old ire like the (treat tate
tnan of I'nelttnd. It i dimply a matter of
a little daily thought and rcgitd for health.
It. when a man f el that he a little nut
or sort, he wit) rrort to the rlpht remedy,
he will B3rver hv to mil.mit to the more
serious ill of life, aloet men, when they
have a headache, feel drovrny durine; the
d.iv and are rr.s during the niirlit, and
6nd their appetite fcllin off. pay little or
B heed to thce warning. The Inrvitahle
reatttt I some dtnrou snd poitiIy fatal
malady. The d-ator mar call It connump,
tion, malaria or biliatneM, or prhnp
ttitti hi nod or skin divan, ft mkr but
little difference. Tbee trouble : have
their inception In the name cauae Im
proper and lnnfficlrnt nourihment Dr.
rirrce's Ooldrn Medical I liacoverr correct
thit cne. It make the ir-prtit keen
and hearty, the durention pericct, the liver
active and the blood pure and tit h. It I
the at blixxl maket snd fl h-hullili-r.
It farilit.ttra the imilation of the life
civing elementa of the food, Riling the
bloodwtth the nutriment thAt make new
and healthy flr-h and nrrvs tiue. Medi
cine di-alrra sell it.
"I.Y1 mnmrr." write Ml Totra IH-rael,
Of F ll'tlil. hrm. W llill.p.rtl V, , Pa., trn
En lutii ro"iiirtrt(,n !r. Plrr,-e' Onltlrn
filial llcvery cortipletrly oiren mt."
A man or woman w ho neglect constipa
tion antr.-r from low poioninsr. la-tor
Pierce' l'lc- t-!int IN nrl cure contipiition.
One little " Ivll. t " i a genii laxative,
and two a mild cathartic.
KXKtTTIVK Oiricri. )
Santa Ke, N. M., April Mi. iK'.iH.
Vtliena-i. Klias t'hsves Was found
a-ullty ol larceny of a horns and was sen-it-nerd
to fie penitentiary In San'a Ke,
New Mexlon, fur a period ot one year,
oeing i-enieui'ed from lh county of Sau
ls Ke, and
vihereas. After a thorough lnvestlev
tion of this case, and npon recommenda
tion from Judge J. W. f'rtiinparker,
ludire John It. Mt K'e. Sheriff T. n. (lub-
bell. of Allimiuerqiie, and Hon. ('has, A.
4plee. dlhtrict attorney of Santa Fe, sel
ling forth many reaatms why executive
clemency should be exteuded to Kila
Ni.w, Therefore, 1, Miguel A. Otero,
governor of the territory of new Mexico,
fe.-liiig thut the Mids ol justice have been
fully eiihwrved by the tune that the said
t'bavei has already served In the terri
torial pculieiillarv, and by virtue of the
authority In me vested, do this day grant
o miss t imv. t a ru'i an.t complele par
Ion, to take i ffect at once.
1) ne at the execu'ite olllce at Santa
Ke, New Mexico, this 3('th day ot April,
w Itness my band and the great seal of
the territory ot New lexlco,
(Seal) Mit.l'KI. A. OTKIto,
llovertior of Territory of New Mexico,
By lb Governor:
Or.o H. VtAlLACR,
Secretary u( New Mexico.
At th Geneva Conference to arrange
International disputes, there wasstrenu
us a Ivocacy on the part of the L'ulted
States and other power In favor ot the
eltli'ineut of national differences as to
huiimlaries. port diatom duties, eto , by
n International court and not by the
hloody arbitrament of war. But like
many other subjects, reasonable enough
in their origin, ll has died out of men s
till). la. But there la a theme of com.
nient, and that is the Incomparable Que
effects of Hosteller' Stomach Bitter in
ease of dyspepsia. Nor does the world
and his wife comment lees favorably
upon the excellent effect of tbe bitter
In case of chills and fever, rheumatism,
nervous and kidney complaint and con
Fruit Shipping SeaaoH.
The fruit shipping season commenced
last week and a a consequence K, W.
Hopkins, the manager of the Crystal Ice
company. Is up to his ears In business sup
plying the car with Ire to keep the fruit
from spoiling before reaching the eastern
markets. From twenty five to thirty car
are punning through on the average every
day and the Ice plant Is kept running
lay aud night to supply them. A special
crew of twelve meu Is at Work under the
supervision of Frank Meredith and the
regular crew Is also working overtiiu".
The Kurle Fruit company, of Los An
gales, has been shipping must of the
fruit so far, its di stinutlon being nearly
all the large cities of the eat, some of It
iioli, g as far as New York. At present
this city Is the first place east of Los An
geles where the (rult Is Iced, A soon a
the weather get wnrmer it will also b
iced at Needles Ths present rush In
fruit shipping will probably continue
luring all of this mouth.
Americans are tbe must Inventive peo
ple on estm. lo Hi. ui have been Istued
lenNy rsKi.im i patents, or more than one
hird of all the patents Issued lu the
world. No discovery of luialera years
has been or ereaier bem tit to mankind
hail Cbaiiilierliiiirs Colic, t'huleia and
hlurrl.u) l'.eiiie.ly, or has done mole to re
lieve Miilcriiiif aud pain. J. n. VuUKii,
if Oakli'ii. Ky., s.tya: "I have naed
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Uiar-
rt.iD lli-in. dy in mi lumily fur several
vea-s, mi l lind it to be the beet medicine
I ever lined for criuiiiM in the stomach
and bowels." Kor sale by all druggists.
If you urs a repulnicuii and believe in
ths (ulicy of proiection, thou why lint
uphold your theories by taking ont your
policy for pM'ertinri HiialiiNt lire in that
g'Hii.l. old, true and tiled American ln
alitutiin, the liiHiuance Company of
North America, winch has protected
Americans to llie ext. lit of over '.lii,imii,
m) of liwMi s from tire. (Ir If you desire
to be doubly protected, take a policy of
I'l.lU lrlptiu I iuImi writers, guarsii
ted by two of America's forem.Mi com
panies, backed by ovr li.lMi.lHJ uf
gn American aets.
R'H'itm i and 6 Grant ttiia-k.
iK'ii ul l-iiiou - rt-iM-ti iiM ittit, itt (juk kit cuiv tti t( kit u-r-Voiia
or ai-.-4V.s-s) ot ilw ... latin f i.iaf.i.a, um u m ti Jnlii A
.ht-Uillial Mili.Mii.f,w ha.rv-,.i,ai lia-liiiliai
sb.ps al .,mtsi lv tin ,.r tiurlit, fit
llU'U l lloLt-tm-kr.) r
hUtl If Hotel, l( , ) Ir'SVla u Hptn
i iuwii.if-y. j -1 is. X r. i'
- l wsk nigsna.
rrmMi r in ciirti WUIuhjI kh ta rt,i.
aAiuiaf wi IbtbhIumwiIiIi.
rfc iejiaiWw-.wir y -t-lwaa
IVIA.Y 4th, Gth, 6th,
By May i Two Hundred Horses will be
on the track and in temporary stables
All tho Great Stako Horsc3 from
TP . "J-I a s aa -,
juouis, nutto, Anaconaa and Hansas City Tracks.
LilTLN T. G.
and other Stako Winners. Just as good as
San Francisco or Now Orleans.
Special One-Fare Round-Trip Passenger
rnum .1.Y s TO MAY
Don't miss the Greatest Racing Carnival ever held in the
G. C. B. CULLEY. Secretary. JOHN S.
ihh. iiimhop a HmHur,
HOMrhOPATtllC PMYMCIANS AND
8tua'in--Otl! e n.l n.M..nr niM n.mt.
orrlr. old Telrph"n I.V. Nr Trlrnhnne
a. Mr. Mitlnn Hl.h.r. M. I.. nftl. k.,nn
In n. m b, .1 T 1 iii.i.h wj ll . .
bnnm a m to , rn .n I in I arid 7 to S p. m
ih eicTatia ai vr nui.er
JOHN Tt( Bill. D ,
PUYSICIAN AND t)VK(IKl)N-OfflrD
r'l-nre. lrt7 nirtii ! tlili .itrt. Hmm. I
to S and : tn 7!l n. m. Sr-m '.at tlentlir
Blven to ehmnlr n 1 ill a , f vornrn. tlli
tiruone vl (.all m. i. Wartime onle.
H. D, JotlKNOM,
XBCIMTKCT-Plar,, pe-lllrllon and a,
tlmato fornlal.ed lur all rlcaaranf bmld.
In and rrl.itm-tital work, tlltlcel Stl Weet
n anmari avenae.
KH( K and rratirti-nre. No. 11 Wnt Oold
' ' eifie Telrphi.nr Nn. uh OOli: boar
tn 9 m. t ;W tn 8 HU and 7 tr. 9 p. m.
ii. S. KMrrrir. St. D I 8 K.terrlT. M. P
w, u, Hor-a, M 1
OKMCK Htl'K-t,'ntll a. m. aod fr"m
!: tn ;.) und ftmn 7 tn ( . m. (lll.ee
.nr. M....I. nr. O'lil Ur !..:. Alt
(ji.i-qhi.. N M
K. J Al.r, II It. M.
4RMIJO HMrCK. OI't'tlnlTK ILKKI.D
V bin'. Otitic litiore: B a. in. to la:UU
D. lli.l I MO o. in. to A i,. in. Amu. lal.
4i. Appoliitinetita ma.le by mail.
ttKHNAKIt B. KHDKV,
ATTORNKY.AT-l.AW, Albnunerqne, N.
M. from nt attention elvt n to all bnalim
pertaiolna to llie pnf.Mlon. will practice to
all court of the territory and twlur tli United
Suiee land oojee.
WILLIAM U. LKK,
ATTOHNKY-AT LAW. Oltlre, room 1,
N. T. Armllo bull. line. Will ura.u,a In
all the courta ol tbe terrlt.ay.
A TTOHNhYS-AT LAW. Alhn.jiirro.iie, N.
il M. Ollice, room 6 and B, lut Nalioual
K. W. U. HUYAM
. TTOHNKT-AT-LAW, Albumierqne, N
L M. Ollice, Kiret National Hank building
e-KANK W. iLANtll,
TTOKNKY-AT-I.AW. mom S nd S, N
i T. Arml)o bulltlin, Albuurruue, N. at.
. W. UtiHntJM,
TTOHNKY AT-I.AW, OWreoverRob
i ertatin' aroenry atore, Albiiiiuergue, N. M
ho-'I'o- lian r.,i- I..., i . ma,
llnranUM.d tfitniin Ua u t . i i -cLum wruk
tucQ stroii. biuuil ianu. uiv i. A.i uiuaaist
Wall paper at Kutrxlln'.
Dipping tank. VMilluojCu.
Plumbing unci ga mtliia'. WbUnpeTo.
Lamp and trimming. V hltnej Co
QiiMMiaware, glaaaware anil tinware al
Natlva alna, 60 C"lit per Kalli-n at A.
lllgtiHHt prlt-KM paid fur gflnt' clothing
at Hurt', 117 (Jolil avauua.
Krtwh Kalian fgf 121,' rant, natlvt
HH l!i tw.ti. al Louiliaiilu'a,
If you want auyttiing In the binding
or juu priming Hue, call at IhkUitiikk
Did Ma una ami 8i'intdr maid aap,
only 'iu oeuta por galluu at A. Lomliar
Old Hy, BourUm or brandy, 76 cauU
per quart, tall lor aauiplea, at A. Lom.
Buy your camp atovK and hay yonr
tln-woik dou at the hUr tlnabop, 2(j
Look Into Klalna-ort market ou north
Third Htiwt. He haa the nlotwt (rerih
ratrt In the eltr.
Hot chile con carnn mrvwl every night
at the Haradiw). Lin not iiitan It. Uacfie-
chl A Oloml. propriKtnra,
Thla week's Hptrlal naln at llol.len Unle
I'rv IiinhU company U ailka, dieaa giaale,
i-niliroiil.Tli. UxfoM ahiaM and pert-alee.
The luti-Ht In rihlrt wulat m U are the
Kti It y plaid hHta eid the antique jew.
rlwl ant to l.i.ilch Ji'Vt-id l)iHa, itora-u-wald
llrot fi- r-i.
Have ytnir r aif pul'ili-d with aap'ialt
eliiHtitt naif i: 1 1 tit in.. I .M".r li-nky naif re
imtrMil wr.u in .-aim ct-iu"iit. A. W.
llarilxli h ih It.
The let pi i f. r -o ml, juicy ateak
and ruaatii int. I nil i.i-.ih r.f insula, texpt
In a lirnt el.i w m.i: i.t hl'dnworfa,
north Third tr. '
BhwU ami alt.-i d aii't-ii. nale at
Guidon Ruin dry li'iii .a t- .uipinyV. Kx
irannliiiiiry low pm-.-M on miki, draa
g.MnlH, euil.rolilHriiH, low ' :! ami pi-r-rlxa.
Wh would have no Iroiil. If with Spain
If xlii' only ri-ul:r- 1 1 1 (ii.iii. i.-h aireiirth
and ri-HOiirt-i'H ol our nnli..n If y u no
dxratia.il our atolity to p im . la for thn
wUha of our patrol. a yi. ii tii.l not go
e .ae where. Iluhii A t o., N. I'. Arm jo
Hlaliaal ( aali l'rl.. falit
Kor furniture, eWive. imi at, i-lnttilnir,
triinka, liitriicae, Ha.lll.v., al.., em.
llarl'H, 117 liotil HV.-im, n.-xl to Vtl.h
Knru Kxiue olll -e N e nn' livfora y.iu
l.iiy or anil.
Kor next thirty ilnv I will nav hlirlwat
canh prlre for titiuai'hi.lil v '' of evnry
deHiTililiou. Don't wit until vmi ret my
hid. T. A. WHITTKN, lit liuld avxuue.
Tli Kht. W. II. Weaver, uiHtor of tli
IT. U. rhurt'h, DilMmnr, I'a , refiiifiilrwH
h valu uf t'liau lii-rlaiii'a C,iiih
Knuirtly, ami dtmt tint li-i.it. ila lo tell
other a Ik. nt It. "I have H-fl Chaintver
lalu' Coiiirh Kemeily," lia aa. "ami 11 nil
It an exi-elleiit mwlli-liia fur (l.la. coiikIi
ami luiaraeneHH." Hi il.a-a eVHryima wlio
give It a trial. Bol l ly all ilrutiUU.
"Here I a lewaiu that ha who run
Diay reail; th man mi tli t'olmiiM la
alway la lh lead. S,u and 11. Halio
Nice liMltflns' r.anna, S5 fftiia rr nltrht.
at No. Ill Ki.mI Btrtwt. Mr. I', l'areutl,
N'nveltte q our queer.. i war depart-
nieiii. n iin.iev t o.
Pletui frauie. Vt hituey Co.
. aiawri rtt
Ever Held In the Southwest
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthorlsed Capital ....SoOOrOOO OU
Pald-np Capital, Bnrplrn
and Profit 1175.000 00
t -" AL, SB
?ha Bank of Coram9rce
nat H'rti nuataaiHBi
uai a ihu aa Off
M. 8. Otbbo. Preldent I. C. BaXoaiDaa. Lamb. W. C. Laoaaao, raoroil
B. P, BCBorraa. Vlc-Praldtit A. bba, Bleraaaa Bra.. Wool.
W. .8tiolb. CMblet. A. U. Blaobwbli, Oroea, Hlaekveil Co.. Un eat
H. 1. Bbbo, Anletaat Caablar. W. A. MAXwatx. Wbotaaal OranM.
Depository for Atchison. Topfkt 4 Santa Te RJlw.
GROSS, BLAGKWELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas and
(Jlorlcfa, New Mexico.
Er le Wr,
I Rtln N o preiui oa
I Rvrl y lllpr Ilwk.
1 i 1 v . .. i i Vi un '-M: . t
jifill vluu.l.i I, J ;.',or:,,ij
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND r.naiM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods.
8ol Agents for San Antonio Lima.
r Tit ''t p yA7 i
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor'
Iroo and Bra Tastiur! Or. Coal and Lumbar Cari Hhaftln, Pnlley, firat f ar
Uahlilt Ue l j Column and Iron Front for Bull tsirai Ra lr on
Mirinif and Mill Machinery a "p-Ulty,
FOUNOPY- -'0F BAIIPO'Ti T"A(H, A Pl.CliM'CtC, W, M.
W. L.TH I ,'vi BL.ti & CO.
Lively, Sals, feed and Transfer S'ib
.S ' .,. .(''. in Ur;i!i..-.. I'., in A it.'
Ho"aa 3rd M .i'h H3f i . . ! -' i ' .
;;i"iiti frr iim ).,....,
1 . 1 ' i , ' r . '
Ci.rriai'ti, Komi Cait. j ria w ,t , n-, v , t
Viggwn, Phitru.m, lE'.i ., Inr Salt, : : j i
AdiircHD W. , TRIM(i' . m ll tr.r-.rw ... v,T,r0
3r. llJ:rM HY, M. L)
Student of Dr. Phillip Rieord of Fne.
THIUTY BIX YKAR3' PUACT1CX. UKN ONLT TEKATSD.
A cnr fQuintd In every cm andrrtakeo when car U practicable and pOMtbl
N t m orrb ip, glrct and tru tui ijrtlMy currd vtlh Dr. Itlcotd't t-rent b kiemexli.-tj. Uco
print. nrnUfriiff.iwUniM VliKKK iJAVrf. NO CUHhlid. rJANOALW' MJL) OIL not
CoHsVlUA i used Sprrtnulorrhitfa, tN-nilr.aJ linn, nitftit riniMiom, insMimnla. dcpunliDtjr,
rmdicaUly rurt-d. Kicrd' methud prmi tlird In tl Wurld'a HitapltaJ. Futa. U-ferviui Ovr
yu.ouo patlvitu nci-fsMituUx cured wiittln tha lavsrt nlu yeaia. Can nit to piluia curd, bf
tBrmlMil.in. In vetitftis). ()tUce9o7 rWvvntrviith aUeel. nw i'.iampa Isuvw, Culu
nallah, lrnch, tfMiiian Huluii. atuaalan and b.hmlaii amken. ik mi tai h4Va aad Um
.wJ. - rw
Pan Francisco. Bt.
Rate to loquerqu
U. b. liKi-usiiout.
Dcposllory Icr the Atlantic &
Pacific and the Atchison,
I TopekaA SanU Fe
OFFICERS 110 DIRECTOR:
JOBHOA 8. RATJ?0L06....Pt14flL
M. W. IXOnaNCT ....TUFraddaot
A. A. KKKN .....Oahlir
rRAKK UcKKS. . . .AjMlirUnt Caaixlt
A. A. BHANT.
In Alboquenna, H. SI.
abto laicti urrwrntut o iiMauir.
a Hi,mih Mtua
Teleptionj 143. llbaqaerqas, I. M.
vp 917 wprtp THIBP T