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TBE EXCELLENCE OF SY81T OF F10S
Is due not only to tlie originality and
simplicity of the enmbinntion, but also
to the care anil skill with which It In
manufactured by n-lriitiflc proocw
known to the CanroitNiA t'io 8mt:p
Co. only, and we wlnh to Impre upon
all the Importance of pun-hanlng the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Fig is manufactured
by the I'AuroHxiA Fin Htrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
aaaiat one In avoiding the worthless
Imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The hi(fh standing of the'C'AM-rtiH-iiA
Kio Ktmup Co. with the niedl.
cal profession, and the vntlRfactlnn
which the pcnuine Hyrup of Kiirs has
fftven to mil linns of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of Its remeily. It is
far la advance of all other Inxntlvrs,
as It acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and It does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get Its benc6cial
effect, please remember the Dame of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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UUull r,n m Ma HMIilll,
Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fa
PSOal THS HOBTa Arrives
No. 1 California aavreas 7:60 pm
No, 17 hipress. 1:00 pro
No. S Calllcmla Limited, Mondays
aud rrlilays. lt:66 am
ooma hobth Leavrs
No. Atlantic kipress 10:46 pm
No. Sa Local Ksure. ., MiOOpro
No. -Atlantlc Limited, Weiincs.
daya and Saturdays 4:06 pm
ysoal THS SOOTB Arrive
No. II Local Kipress 7:06 pm
aoixa souts Leaves
No. 31 Mexico sprrs. ........... .18:0ft am
Santa Fa Pacific.
raosi tub wasT. Arrives
Me, Atlantic Kipress 10:116 pm
No. 4 Atlantic Limited, Wednes-
tiaya and Saturdays :nll pm
sol NO WSaT. Leaves
No, 1 Pacific hapreas 8:40 pm
No, California Limited, Mondays
and Fridays 13:16 pm
No. 1 and I, Pacific and Atlantic Kipress,
bive Pullman palac drawlns room cars, tour
ist sleeping cars and chair cars between Cb.
Capo and Los Angeles and San e'ran 'i-o.
No. 31 and U'i, Mencn and Local kxpress,
htve Pullman palace cars and cliair cars froin
kl Paao to ksnaa C'.lv
Nos. I and 4, the California Limited, have
rullntan bun et and sleeping cars and bawsaire
car only (no coaches or ttialr cars). A solid
veatlbulrd train from Chicago to Los Angeles,
W. H. TKI LL Joint Agaat.
SANTA FE ROUTE.
Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fa R. B. Co.
Santa Ft Pacific B. B. Co.
Condensed Ilmi Table 46, Effectlie Mij SO, '9T
Ash r ork
B OO p
6. 00 p
11 ho a
"7 .10 a
6 06 a
4 so p
4 33 p
Dan g ett
13 . HO a
1 oo a
e 40 v
San r rantlsro
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars daily turouab
between Chit iio and Califtiriiia.
Tl'etirand Canyon of ths Colorado can t
reached only by this line.
W. B. Tutrix,
Territory of New Mexico, In the District Court
01 tre l. ounty ol ueruailiio.
Marlon A. AU&parroll,
To the Defendant. HiikIi McSparmat
You are htrely uotilit-d that a suit has been
HUM In the liutiu t Curt of the f.tocul J u.ll-
cliil Ditttru-t of the Territory of New Mrllco
within and for the Count yot llernallllo, aaaluat
you liy Marltn A. ali iarron praying ttw au
alolute ilivirt e from you on the groonda of
alMoidotiuient and habitual drunkruiiea, and
adkniK for the caie, custody and control of the
minor children j and uultras you enter your
apheaiance in said caune on or before the nth
day of June, 1HMH. a decree pro confesao will
be entered against you... ,
H. P. OWEN, Clerk.
L. L. IlINBY, Gallup. N. M.,
lartillrat. of Publlrsllua fur ths .ar
Eudlng Uaeauibar 31, 1SUS.
Oirit X OF TH
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SANTA rx, N. M., March
It la hereby cert'Hrd that the Hntlah America
Aaituraiu e company, a corporation organized
under the laws of the Dominion of C tnada,
Province of Ontario, m hoae principal olth e la
ItH ated at Ttironto. Canaila, lias complied with
all the reoimcmclita of chapter 41 of the laws
of New ftlcilco, paed in 1hm3, entitled "An
at t reguUtliig inteiirancecornpaniea," approved
rehnury Ik, Ihn'J lalliended April 11. IhHt,
and hi l.tunty 3M. Ihho. and liouae bill No. HI,
approved March 17, lu?, being chapter 40.
laws of IHH7 1, ao far aa the requisitions of aaui
act are applicable to vuid companv, for the year
of our Lord one thouaud eight hundred and
In tcatimony hereof I. Marcelino tiarcla,
auilitorof public accounts tor the
. . territory of New Menco, have
HKAL- r hereunto aet my band andslliieil
v ' my aeal of ortl e, at the city of
aiita l-e. the day and year first
Maui xlimo Garcia,
Audit4irof Public Accounts.
Just received, a new line of belts and
patriotic ueckwear In the national colors
of red, while and blue, at The Koouo-mist,
Thft Standard milling group ha been
gold to the Bsnta Maria OoM UiDlng
company, of which Chsuncey Clark, of
Peoria, Arlsona, g prseldenL Ths com
pany la working twelve men, besides
haulers and mlllmen. A road has ut
been completed from ths mill to the
mlns Ore miles at cost of f !,6(X.
Sam. UIU I In receipt of a letter
written at Mobile, Alabama, from T.
Dyrnes.of the 11th infantry band. Byrnes
says the trip from Whipple waa a Con
tinuous ovation and the further south
the irealer ths siitlm-dsnm. Titers were
torch tight procession, parsttes, showers
of bntiijnets and badges, and banquets
which would hare fed an army. There
are S40 Odd Fellows In the ranks at Mo
bile and there It talk of organising an
Odd Fellows' Kellet Corps.
7;ie Journal Miner, referring to the
arrest oC young Mustier and the recovery
of the money, ssym "Detective Thatcher
told Kd. Wake and Billy Murphy that
Mo her was the ftullty party, and to
shndow him; that Blake made the discov
ery which resulted iu Darting the niouey.
Blcke commuiiiMled with the ofllcers,
who f jI lowed np and cleared np the mys
tery " I' nder Hhtrlff Dillon says the
fac a are that when Thatcher left he told
the sheriff's ofllce people to shsclnw an
other party (not M. wrier), who, Thatcher
said, was the guilty party; that when
Dillon went to the express office to arrest
Moeher, then, and not till then, did Mr.
Blake aay that he suspected Mosher.
On being sentenced to death, James
Parker, the train robber and murderer,
remarked to so rue of the attaches of the
sheriff's ulllce: "Well, boys, I have not
long to live now, and I wut to be fur
nished wltb the beet food that cau be
bad " Bis request Is being compiled
with, and instead of eating the regular
prison grub, his meals are sent to him
regularly from a restanraut. He has
roast turkey and all the delicacies of the
season. He pays for the meals himself
from his own funds.
D. C. McDlll, formerly mansger of K.
K. Kellner'e ranch, and more lately con
nected with Kellner's tire at Globe, ar
rived In town. He Is the champion llou
killer In Arizona. He left twenty nine
scalps with the board of supervisors at
Globe, on his way to Phoenix. Ia the
course of his many scrimmages with
lions hs lost Anger.
All prevlnns records of the probate
court In this county were broken Tues
day In the volume of business transact
ed. The long drawn contest for the ad
ministratorship of the Jame Roark es
tate was brought to a close by the ap
pointment of Ulr Cora L. Brill, a niece
of Roark. The bond was died at I70.0OO.
Charles Goldman was appointed admin
istrator of the estate of M. Worn we r, wltb
a bond of 1 100,000. IL L. Sanderson waa
named as administrator of the estate
of his wife, Sarah L. Sanderson. Dr. C.
D. Belden, who had been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Dr. A. M.
Tuttle, qualified by filing his bond.
Assistant United States Attorney Thos.
D. Beunett left for Negates upon an ur
gent request from the treasury depart
ment. Mr. Bennett's errand Is in con
nection wltb the late raid by Papago
ludians from this side of the line upon
the Mexican village of Kl Plomo.
Dr. C. T. Abbott, of Preeontt, who drove
over to Wickenburg from Col. Brodle's
Crown Point mine Tuesday, came down
on Wednesday night's train. Ills wife
met him at the Kurd, where they are
stopping. Dr. Abbott is preparing a book
on the cliff dwellers aud habits of the
Indians of the territory. The gentleman
said the Crown Poiut mine shows In
created value as depth Is attained. Owing
to Col. Brodle's alieence do work Is being
done. A mill Is due to arrive.
Miss Cora Isabella Drill, who was ap
pointed administratrix of the estate of
the late James Roark, filed her bond
Tuesday In the probate court The face
value of the bond is $70,000, but the sign
ers qualified for double the amount.
The Juniper mine of Dos Caber.,
Cochise county, has been sold to H, A. K.
Penrose for 176,000. This old mine has
been worked by the Casey brothers for
tweuty years and is one of Die great gold
mines of Arixoua. The Gazette hopes
Mr. Penrose will reallxe his utmost ex
pectations from this promislug property.
Krom the News.
L. L. Kerrall has been employed by
Lantry Bros, the big railroad contractors,
to serve as one of the principals among
their big army of bookkeepers.
Little Otto Naglller waa peculiarly in
jured. While running a board through
a saw a kuot became segregated aud fly
ing rearward struck the boy a stunning
blow back of the ear, incapaoitatltig him
for duty tlie remainder of the day. Dr.
Kouiiseville attended to the lad's Injuries.
While out riding Mrs. Conard and Mrs.
Poetle found Mrs. Charles Miller quite 111
at her ranch home, and brought her to
town wltb them. Mrs. Miller was all
alone, her husband being absent at a
rodeo, and her illness might havs resulted
seriously had It not been for tlie oppor
tune appearance of the ladies.
The base ball club met aud selected
players fur the regular team as follows:
Sargent, Cox and Neal, pitchers; Lee,
Williams and Stark, catchers; Kournler,
Drat base) Harkuess, second base; Smith,
shortstop; Crowe, third base; HI ley, left
field; Carroll, center field; Neal, right
field. A game will be played at Lamb g
park next Sunday, to which ladles ac
companied by a male escort, will be
The Great Secret
Of the wonderful cures by Hood's Sar
saparilla litis in its iower to make
the blootl rich, pure and nouriahing.
liy doing this it eradicate scrofula,
cures caturrh, ('ysjx'paiu, rlieuinutiioii,
neuralgia and I'liihl up the nerves.
It is tho Una Trim lilood I'urillcr.
Hood' Pills are the bet family
catliartlo ami liver medicine. 25c.
Final fcatry of th A Ibetuarl (iroup.
Hon. C, V. Kasley to day made final en
try and purchase at the l ulled States laud
ofllce lu this city of the Allieuiarle, Hu
ron, Ontario and Pamlico mining claims,
comprising the Albemarle group of
mines, located in the Cochltl district, for
Tho. Lowthlan, Charles H. Toll, Henry
Wood snl Mrs. Rom Leonard, claimant.
The group conshts of eighty seven acre
of mineral land and Is nnder bond to 0.
P. Posey, et al. New Mexican.
The weakest stomach retains
It aids riigsstlou whet the appetite.
Wait rtntrina is preparer oy the famous
Auhenser-biiech Brewing Ass'o. which
fact guarantees the purity, excellence
and merit claimed tor It.
RKW MEXICO LAND CKN.SIO BILL.
AmmenSmenta atari Rjr ti Mania Cobb
mo toe, Slow Prngrea la th Mows.
The Fenate committee on public lands
has favorably reported with slight amend
ments, the bill to make snch grants of
land to the territory of New Mexico as
would be made If she were a Imltted as a
state. The land granted for the erection
of buildings at the capital of the state Is
changed from DO sections to 82.0J0 acres,
so selections can be mads In smaller
quantise and is limited to lion mineral
and unoccupied public lands. The uni
versity grant has been likewise changed
to 4n,(XK) acree from two townships for
similar reasons, and to le non-mineral
or unocccpied lands, as are the lauds for
irrigation aud srh jol purposes. A further
amendment is added making all lease
made under the bill subject to the ap
proval of the secretary of the Interior. As
reported the bill will In all probability
pax the senate.
Delegate Kergnxeon made another at
tempt to call op this bill in the houte
on Wednesday, but was prevented on
account of consideration of the bid in the
manner of senatorial electious.
Needs assistance it may lie best to render
It promptly, but one should remember to
ue ths mot perfect remedy only when
needed. The beet and most simple and
gentle remedy Is the Syrup of Figs, man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
AGAINST ALL IBB REST.
Aa Alliance of tbe United Slates, Fop
land and Rtmls.
The Salt Lake Trlbnue I responsible
for the following:
"Kxpression of hostility and unfriend
lines to the Culled State come from
most Guropenn countries, wltb th ex
ception of Kngland and Russia. It it
come to the question of alliances
the Cnlted States will be satisfied with
the arrangement. Great Britain and
Russia with us and all the rest against
us. It should be understood, however,
that this hostility Is not that of Kuro
pean peoples, but of Kuropean govern
ments and the press that s; anils for the
governments. In this country th people
and the government are the same; in Ku
rope It Is different. It is quite possible
there that the people should be for the
l olled States and a government against
it With Great Britain and Russia, gov
ernments and peoples, for us, it could
really make little difference about tbe
rest. And, Indeed, the United States Is
quite able to stand alone. The United
States declared its Independence 122
years ago and Is still able to maintain It
One cause of difficulty between the
United States and Kuropean governments
Is that the American republic constantly
gains at th expense of the old do
minions. It takes their subjects away
from them, aud their honor and their
power and glory. This the United State
will continue to do. Tbe United fetatee
of America la the waxing moon; the rest
are fading stars."
ThsSur La (irlpp Vara.
There Is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady. If you will only get the
right remedy. You are having pain all
through your body, your liver Is out ol
order, have no appetite, no life or ambi
tion, have a ba 1 cold, In fact are com
pletely used up. Klectrlc Bitters Is the
only remedy that will give you prompt
aud sure relief. They act directly on
your Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tone
up the whole system and make you feel
like a new being. They are guaranteed
to cure or price refunded. For sale at J.
II. O'Reilly & Co.'s Drug Store, only 50
cents per bottle.
an India'! scare.
Apacbcs, rapagoc and Yaquls Said to
Be Miivlng an Mogalci.
A special dispatch from Nogales, Ari
zona, to the Denver News, uuder
date of May 11, says:
Word was received in Nogales from
Fort liuachuca that KIO Indians, com
posed of Apaches, l'apagoe aud laquls,
hal handed together and were moving In
the direction of Nogales. The citizeus'
boiue guaid aud Company (r, Arizona
mililla, were Immediately notified. Tbe
streets were patrolled at night aud
?uards were stationed ou the surrounding
illltops to give warning of the approach
of the Indians. No disturbance occured
during the night but a sharp lookout will
be kept to day and to night. Another
onnioauy of home guards will patrol the
streets to prevent a surprise.
In connection with the above, the Phoe
nix Uasette of Weduesday, says:
Assistant United States Attorney Ben
nett left for Tucson Tuesday night, be
ing called by a telegram from C. V.
DesKier, au inspector of the Indian ser
vice, who notified hiiu that the i'apago
Indians responsible for the raid on hi
I'himn, New Nogales, are now In custody.
The ease is a novel one. The Indians ars
wards of the government and their man
ner of puiiUliuieut was somewhat of a
quenliou iu Mr. Bennett's mind, whose
practice heretofore has uot dealt with
anything just like It.
The lel gram was also very meager so
that coinpii'ativi'ly little was learned
from that source.
N ICW MtXIlO PATKIOTIC.
A Troup ot Nativ atealcAO Cavalry
The citizens of Santa Fe held a meet
ing Tuesday night for the purpose of
raising aud equipping a troop of native
Mexican cavalry to be ready should a
second call be made, or for garrison duty
at points within the territory. The new
troop Is to be called the Miguel A. Oteio
voluuteer cavalry, aud H. L. Baca was
elected captain ot the organization.
A committee was appointed to wait on
the governor and lay the petition for or
ganization before htm, which lis will un
douhtedly grant. Hiiould the territory
be called upon a second time to furnish
troops to complete the number necessary
to HiHtain operation In the Philippines,
the quota could be filled as rapidly as
before, as new organizations are being
reported from different parti of New
Mexico, who will hold themselves in
readiness for a call to go anywhere.
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I , jar ililii. ( nil ..." ,i ti.U I r'.rv .i.'t..r Ki:ik
Oicu Uuii4(, biuuu iMiru. 1VH..II. All ul ugrfU'tA
Wall paper at Futrelle's from 12','p,
per double roll and up.
See the new patriotic pins at tbe Big
10UMTIES FOR M WET'S MGR.
Entitled by Law to tisr.ooo ta Llea of
A special di.ipitcb from Washington to
the New York Times, under date of May
Hear Admiral Dewey and til a en will
not have been fully rewarded when they
receive the thanks ot cot.gres and
the medal ordered to be struck off tor
them. Under the law they have become
entitled to a rich bounty. Unit. the
numerical importance ot the fleet of Ad
miral Montijo lias been over-eetlmated,
Its losses over stated, the officers and men
ot ths Asiatic equtdron will le entitled
to share among them something like
$187,000 bounty money.
Section 4lUo ot ths revised statute ot
the Uuited State provide:
"A bounty shsil tie paid by the United
States for each pcraon oil boaid any ship
or vessel of w .r tielouging to au enemy
at the roiunieficeniciit ot any engage
ment Which It sunk or Otherwise de
stroyed In such eugsgi 111-nt by any ship
or Vessel belonging to the ( ulted Slates,
or which It may be neoeeeary to destroy
In consequent's ot li j trie eu-t iliied 1 11
action, ot flKllf t ie enemy' vessel was
ot Inferior force, and if of equal or
iirlnr force, to tie divided among the
officers and crew in th same manner a
prize niouey; aud when ins actual num
ber of men 011 hoard any such vessel can
n it be sallHlartorilj ascertained, It shall
be estimated according to ths eoni le
nient allowed to vessels of ttsola In th
lulled Mates, anil tilers shsdl be paid as
oounly to the cui tnln tor anj vesel
captured from an enemy, which they are
instructed to destroy, or which Is liuiue
liately destroyed for the public Interest,
but uot iu ouseqiienre of Injuries re
ceived In action, SMifor every p.riiu who
thai I be on board al the time of such
THE Bl AMHIt roRlK.
According to the report from Manila
the Spaulsh fleet deetroyrd by tbe Amer
icans consisted ot ten or twelve cruisers,
junbnata and torpedo boats, with crew
amounting In all to 1,871 men. At 100
for each man ot the Spanish naval force
tbe amount to be divided among the
American tailors will be 187.20. The
vessels ot the Uuited Slates were. If any
thing, under-manned. The numbers will
be under rather than over 1,733.
Th 1187,200 will b distributed to the
fleet under section 4131 of the revised
statute, relating lo prize money. Ad
miral Dewey will get one-twentieth of
the whole amount ot bounty awarded to
his command. That will give him u,3)0.
If he has a fleet captain, or what passe
for one, the latter will have a share of
Kiuiethlng like 11,800. There will lie left
to be distributed to the vessel ot the
fleet, according to their pay rolls, about
tl7o,oua This will go to seven ships,
aud In about the following shares:
Oiyuipla, tto.OUl; Baltimore, (10,000;
Bostou, ii.dm; Raleigh, $22,000; Con
cord. i,ooo; Petrel, $12,000; McCulloch,
To the commander ot each signal ves
sel there will go one-tenth amount as
signed to that vet-sel.
After the amtunts mentioned have been
deducted, tbe residue will be distributed
to tbe lesser ofllcers and seamen of th
ships In proportion to their rates ot psy
on the day ot engagement Ths amount
to each seaman, it is believed, will be In
the neighborhood of u0,
Laad Onto Hiisle.
The following homestead eutrlcs were
made, final certificates Issued, statemeut
declared and patents applied tor at the
Uuited State land ofllce iu Santa Fe for
the week ending May 11.
May 6 Vidal Martinez, Sau Juan
oouuiy, 120 acres.
May 6 Anaeluio Bowles, San Miguel
county, lftu acre.
May Margaret 1. MCKeller, Mora
comity, IW acre.
May v-Jacobo Baca, Mora county, luo
Mar 10 Facundo Archuleta, Sau Mig
net county, ltid acres.
May it Martin Gomez, Sauta Fe county,
May It H 00 ue Herrera, San Miguel
county, MO acres.
CUAL UKcUtUTOHT STATEMENT.
May 11 John K. Rule. Bernalillo
county, liK) aciea.
APPLICATION IrOR PATENT.
May II John 8. Neeland aud Robert
llliidiiian, application for l ulled Hlales
patent for the Mogul aud Miners' Union
mines, In the Cocliltl district.
and LOSS of Flesh
Scott Emulsion has been the
standard remedy for nearly a
quarter o! a century. Physician
readily admit that they obtain re
sults from it that they cannot get
from any other flesh-forming food.
There are many other prepara
tions on ths market that pretend
to do what
does, but they fail to perform It.
The pure Norwegian Cod-liver Oil
made into a delightful cream, skill
fully blended with the Hypophos
phites of Lime and Soda, which
-v are such valuable tonics,
makes this preparation an
"deal one and checks the
wasting tendency, ana tne
fialie nt almost immcdiate
y commences to put on
flesh and fain a strength
which surprises them.
B. tur. vnu art SCOTT'S r muUion. S that ths
sun and fi.h ait on tha wrappar.
)oc. and 1 1.00, all drugglsta,
SCOTT a BoWNE, Chcmiati, Nw York,
Hlaheal lash frU falU
For furniture, stoves carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc.
Hart's, 117 Gold aveuue, next to Wells
Fargo Kipress ofllce. See me before you
buy or sell.
To t'ure I Ulltl:tliilil I nr,vr.
Tl'.M'v' I'i'i'lVt : iri'i" ,.rc
I' r 11 : l-ol ' '- r hni'i n.uiu-y
I'erhaps you never bought clothing,
underwear and funnelling goods from
us. it will pay you to investigate our
price and see if you do not sateS to
00 per cent on clothing store prices. To
be had only at the (roldeu Rule I fry Hoods
Co.'s, leaders of low prices.
Just received a large assignment of
due California Grape brandy, spring '12,
which we will sell to saloon keepers at
t'i.i'j per gallon. Original packugs. O.
Bachechi A II. (rloml.
Read A. Loiuhardo's advertisement and
take ad van tag" of the low prices.
Men's crash suits for 3.&0 aud 1 W at
BapertJad by Lydln EL Ftnkhnm'a Vegetable Compound Strong Btata
ment from Mrs, B. A. Lombard.
One of the rreeat triumph of Lydla E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound la
the conquering of woman's d read enemy, Fibroid Tnmor.
The growth of these tumors Is anal v that freqnently thelrpresenca la not ans
pec ted until they are far
pslna"msy eome from its
early stages, or the pres
ence of danger may b
made manifest by ex
cess! menstruation ao
eompanled by Unusual
pain ex tending from the
ovaries down the groin
If yon have mysterious
pains. If there are Indica
tions of Inflammation or
diaplareroent, don't wait
for time to confirm your
fears and go through
the horror of a hospital
operation! secure Lydla K. l'lnkham's Vegetable Compound right away and
begin It use.
Mr, rtnkham, of Lynn, Mass., will give yon her advice free of all charge if yon
will write her about yourself. Your letter will be seen by women on!;, and yon
need have no hesitation abont being perfectly frank.
Read what Mm, It. A. Lomrahd, Hon 71, Westdate, Mass., esys:
"I have reason to think that I would not be here now If It had not been for Lydla
R. rinkham Vegetable Compound. It cored me of a fibroid tnmor In my womb
Doctor could do nothing forme, and they could not cur me at the hospital. I
will tell yon about It. I had been In my nsnal health, bnt had worked quite
hard. When my monthly period came on I flowed very badly. The doctor gave
me medicine, bnt it did rue no good. He said the flow mnat be slopped If possible,
and he must And the can of my tronble. Upon examination he found there
was a fibroid tnmor In my womb, and gave me treatment without any benefit
whatever. About that time a lady called on ma and recommended Lydla E.
Finkham' Vegetable Compound; said ah owed her life to It. 1 aatd I would
try It, and did. Boon after the flow became more natural and regular. I (till
eon tinned taking the Compound for some time. Then the doctor made an ex
amination again, and found everything all right. The tumor had passed away,
and that dull ache waa gone."
TO STOP EXPORTS.
Mexico lay Pat a Heavy Dsty oa
It was learned to-day from a promi
nent fentlrtnan who is In the etty, and
who ba large rattle Interests In Meilco,
that th Mexican congress contemplate
an export duty of fifteen dollars per head
on all rattle shipped but of the country.
This action, he said, was due to a large
syudicate, which proposes to establish a
meat canning plant In Mexico In the
near future, and In rase It materializes,
Mexico will need all the rattle she Is ex
watrliltil rve l
Vy hi health. She I
that If hi hralth fi
ila neplrctrd, anr , 'J ;
' 'trlt nhnnt cull
frsm the office
i may lie a meaae
that he has hern
l i stricken by death.
1 I V The avrrnie man
A J does not f.rl thnt
he has time to fool JTi
away aoom inning
Indiapoaitlon. He is too buy making
money, lie says be leaves aicknraa lo th
Thnt is the way men commit aulHde
tens of thousand of them. A woman can
atand between thiadanRrrand her husband
if she will. A little wntrhfiilneaa a suar
geslion now and then and a little of a good
general remedy alwava at hand may sav
her huaband'a life. lir. Pirrce'e Golden
Medical Discovery Is a rrmnrkithle remedy
for hard working men and women. In a
certain sense, It la a cure all, fur the reason
that it goes down to bed rook and cures the
dinordcrs that are reaponaihlr for the ma
jority of serious Illnesses. It ntrengthrna
the stomach, and makea the npprlitc keen
and hearty. It Invia-nratra the liver. It
aids the natural proceaara of secretion and
excretion. It makes the aiiimiliition of
th food perfect. It purities the blood
and fills it with the life giving element
that build new and healthy flcah tlanue. It
tones the nerves. It ia tlie great blood
maker and Arab builder. It cures oH per
cent of all caaea of lsrvniriul, brnnchlul,
throat and kindred aili rtlona, which, If
neirlectrd, lead up to conaumption. It la
alao an unfailing remedy for nil nervous
disorders. An honest dealer will not utg
' T.aat winter T took ah k with wh:it the Snetora
calle.l la Klinne." wtile. ftlra Karith Harlev, of
PairiuE. Al.hiaim Co., kl. " w4 ni, k Tor mIkhi!
four months and nothing; th.-il I t.M,k aeemrd to
do me any good. Mv frirnii. tlHMight I hai' core
stitnSniTi. 1 einifrheil iif, hl.Mwl for a lonir while,
anil nenrlvaave up all li'itie i,r ever petting- well.
I llei.nl of lir. IMeree'a (.olili'tl SleilHul lliM-ilvery
and thought I wiailil try it. I had n linmlied
the ttrt IwSlls when I le;'nn to get better. I
hae taken two hollies ul the 1 Col, ten Medical
iMrovery and one of the ' Favonte I'renrup.
tan ' aud feel better tlma ever belure lu my hi.'
War Frio aa Solid and Liquid Uroearlaa.
Kresh Kansas eggs, per dot 15c.
Native eggs, per dos 'Joe.
Hprlug VI Hourhnn or Kye per bottle 7.?.
Clear svrup or New Orleans molasses,
per gallon 4r&
firm r Cognac brandy, per bottle. . "ou.
heel lye, four can 2."c.
Native wine, per gallon 76c.
Good, strong, pure baking powder,
3 I lis. tor 2rc.
Cider or wine vinegar, per gallon. .. Hoc.
Good rlgitrs, fifty In a box. per box. . 70.
Old Manss, best maple syrup, per
lay aud grain at lowest prices.
Iluchltt's Arulea Salv.
The best salve In the world for Cuts,
Hrulses, Hores, 1' leers, Halt Itheiim, Kever
Horea, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruplions, and posi
tively cure Tiles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect sutlsfao
Hon or money refunded. Price Si cut
tier box. Kor sale by i. II. O'Ruilly A
Co , Druggists.
(Haiti Suit and faut.
We have again received about fifty nils
fit suits and two doi 'n pants from Per
shing Si Co, Theeo good were all made
to order for this seasou's business and are
therefore up to date. Although they cost
orlgiuully fully twice that uiurh, they
will be sold by us at flXM) for suits and
l. 00 for pants They am well worth
seeing. HlUilN HTUlS,
The Knilroad Avenue Clothier.
The Westlli ld (Ind.) News prints the
following In reward to an old resident of
Hint place: "hrank McAvov, for iiihiiv
years iu the employ of tint L., N. K. C.
railway here, says: "I have used Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and liiarrliuts
liemedy for ten year or longer am
never without It In my fsmily. I con
sider It the best remedy of the kind man
ufactured. I take pleasure In recoui
mending it.' " It is a specific tor all
bowel disorders. For sale by all drug
gist. Keady mixed paints all colors, all Nlze
cans, wood stains, varniHU stains, kslso
uilns in assorted colors, brunhe ot all
kinds, at lowest prices in town.
Futrelle, corner Gold and Xirst streets,
will sell you good wnll it(.er at l'i'nc
double roll and up.
irtr.aff ... trrra .;MIiit
v wn, Bsswaw ww I ar fc;.f,,.
. ltllilt U laitl.i.
v-unjij 'i'ii'ri r r rr iui
.1 iy Ikm
The woman fij
who trti! v lov ITTfl
her husband l it V"
will kern a L 1 Wl7
"n I. a v" a
V W ji
WCk MOOD RESTOREDSS
f -5? fasjf k J M t'' it ! t ffurh if. y ati mfi, will quit kiV t uf of i U f.
iv ' ) f 'i dn nf Uiv.fi ul Llu Knt raitr i.it;.uia, kmli u IsM.Manhiski
IS. - l .'al'J ! .- Mi' lit, I i. Hillll.w- - k,. Mill. l ir.ll.l-4l.he, N.rv.tia) l(iiU
I AL I HaV I' .ii. ,'!. I ftll. I't Mrtrry, t-.aiiaMialli 4 ir.ti i, V-vrtiiatvlti
1 W V - i :. 1 alii n. II at ta-i Ii4 t hyilav of I1UI1L Frfvunl, (.u.
1 aA. Ii w " 'i'M-i. trr-, v I. , Ii if ii.il rl tH W .t to nprniiatiirr,i(-a a i
1 a...... . a: 1 ii.m l.'irtt.rai i.f 1 iniileli'V. 4 I I ft' t : clt-aaJiuA iliailiw, t.
. ... e n. . fc. ,
a A wraieii rijttrai tifeigiwcii tv '1 fn "- rvtiirn.! if n tin) tk.4 flu Wins,
fr M ImC, iaV l"f I a.iA, by Uiavia lOd ti t OlWUlf fcati laseltlniiMiliBBV
. .tiuiv m m f 4bm m mm fiiiwn n Jkr i
T? 11. 1.. -a It . I a.,...- l
rvr nuio ni itiuius itu? mure.
P. IC II AH KOI N,
tlon and Waler Supply, Ktanonatlona and
Keporta. Mas, plana and estimate. Corres
pondence Soht Ited. Room Hi, Artnllo blotk,
tor. ard Kl. and Itallroad avenue.
dm, niNHor jj hisbop,
HOMfhOPATHtC PHYSICIANS AND
Miuireiins .)llii e and rrsldenre over pot.
cltlc. ind Telephone es. New Telephone
I o.i. Mrs. Marlon lllahnp. M l)., nftlre honrs,
I to p. m. rrauk D, Biahop, M, L)., otllc
hour. 9 to 10 a. re... ami I to ( and 7 to p. re,
Take elevator al Whitney a.
JOHN TASOHBH, M.
pIIYHICIAN AND BL'tK.KON-Orr.s In
Arnillo hulldlns C.i rner ot K.I mtd avenu
and t hlrd atieet, Ho ra.W:iotoll a. m. 1
lu 1 1 p. to. Hpcclsl attention slrao to chronb
and Ulaeates ot wooien.
N. i. oiihsosr,
AUCUITKCT-Plans. peciflratlon and es
timates fumubed for all rlaasesof build
in and arcliltacimal work. O flic i BOS War
FCICK and residence, No. 41 Wist tM"
avnn. Teleohnna No. IS. f Sie k.,nM
1to s. m i I ito to t SO and 7 to p. m.
r. a KaMefdav. af , I). J. It. KaMerday, at. O.
w, i. Ultra, at. d,
OKFICK UDUHS-Untll a. m. and from
I :S0 to S iSO and from 7 to S p. m. (Jrhet
and residence, 110 West Uold avaeoa, Albo.
qncrqoe, N. al.
K. J, Al(r, U. D. S.
AKMIJO HUK'K, UPPOS1TK ILKKLD
Ifro'. Oltlee hour! B a. in. to Is-.UO
p. m. I :S0 p. m. to 6 p. m. Auto. Tel. Mo.
iH'4. Appointmenta made by mall.
BCRHAHU B. kOOKT,
ATTORNKY.AT-LAW, Alboquerqn, N.
M. Hrompt altenlioo sven to all business
penaintns lo lb profession. Will practice lo
ill couru of the territory and belor ui Unltad
Bute land bQlca.
WIU.UH D. Lka,
A TTORNKY-AT-LAW. Ortic, room 1,
t. N. T. Armllo buildlnt. Will pracUc In
all th courts ol the territory.
ATTOHNKYB-AT LAW. Alhiiunerqne, N,
M. Ottic, room and B, first National
K. W. l. IIHVAH
.TTORNKY-AT-LAW, Albnqnerqne. N.
k at. Ullicv, firat National bank buildln-.
rHAMK W. CLANCY,
i TTOKNhY-AT LAW. rooms and S, N,
k T. Annl)o buildiiia, Albuuanjiia, N. at.
TTORNKY AT-LAW. Dtllc over Rob.
k ertaon's snarery store, Albuguergne, N, M.
Wall paper at Kutrelle's.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Ilctur frame. bitney Co.
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Queeusware, glassware aud tinware at
Highest price paid for gents clothing
at Hart's, 117 Uold aveuue.
Gents' furnishing goods almost given
away this week at llfelile'.
If you want anything In the binding
or Job printing Hue, call at Tui Citixkn
Old Kye, Bourbon or brandy, 78 oents
per quatt. Call tor samples, at A. Lorn
bardo's. Buy your camp stove and have your
tin-work done at tbe Bur tiushop, ituv
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. Ue has tha nicest treeb
meats in th cltv.
Hot chile con carne served every night
at the Paradise. lo uot miss IL Bache
chi it Uloml, proprietors.
This week's special sale at Golden Rule
Dry tiotsls company Is silks, dress goods,
embroideries, Oxford shoes aud percales.
"Uere Is a lesson that be who runs
may read; the man on the Columbia ta
always lu ths lead. ' $76 and $l.io. Uahn
The latest In shirt waist sets are th
Rob Buy plaid sets aud the antique Jew
eled sets to match jeweled belu. Hoaen
Have your roof painted with asphalt
elastic roof paint and your leaky roof re
paired with asbestos oeuieut. A. W.
Harden has It.
Gentlemen aud patriots, before going
to war buy your underwear and furuish
ing gissls at ths (roldeu Kule Dry (roods
Co. and save half.
The best pluc for good. Juicy steaks
aud riHtsts and all kinds of nuvits, kept
iu a Urst clue market, at lilriuwort s,
north Third street.
If you cannot find the gissls at the
Kc'ii.oiuist It is no use looking else here
Is the ci'inniou expression amungst the
ladles of Albuquerque,
He wise aud attend special sale at
Gulden Kule Dry (roods company's, hi
traordinary low prices ou silks, dress
gissls, embroideries, low hIkws aud per
cales. Call at "The Qreeu Kront" shoe store
for children s and mixes sandals aud
oxfords, b I nek and tan, latent styles, t) to
X, h!S cents; to 1 1, IS) cents; 1 1 to 8,
$i; Mies' oxfords, (1. W. Clupliu, pro
prietor. We would have no trouble with Spain
if she only realized the Immense strength
and resources of our nation. It you un
derstood our ability to provide for the
wishes of our patrons you would not go
elsewhere, llalili & Co., N. 1. Arunjo
if 1 iniilli'V. 4 1 ft Hi V. i'lt-iJiuA iliailiw.
i trio unnary (.fkf'i- 1 u uuuitUV
amatli aruk ixu.-inav
t.iru it tH-Niir.t nirty pr fn tvvvvYv.itwi wH
etii.-oy t 4tirty wtiliuul ii-raUi.ii. LMilnviiJ,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Aathorlxed Capital ....i00,(K)0Oy
Pald-cp Capital, Bbrplua
and Profits I17.,KMI OO
The Bank of Comni6rce Id Albaqnerone. H. H,
bs-avi tr n:tfl Kst.WAXtia abo larcw x.a-rTs eriBSM,
Boltelsa a.raaaas aa "ea ttpKm Tv aTaaUtt
OasailiiaMs wtta rraSkakl BMaaatoat,
' Pwtldem 1. C. Baxoainea, Lamtrat. W. C. Lioiiia, rrit sj
W. .SratcCLB. Casiilw. A, M.
H' kasasoB. Assistant Cashier.
Dtpo8itorj lor AtchiHon,
CROSS BLACK WELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vegaa and
Glorlcta, New Mexico.
Hip or Back.
No and antral.
Iwlta Cosilort. I Nsrsr avs.
sasxplz: asd cLim noon
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARiNETT, Proprietor.
10 Wat Railroad Aft, Albaarc4
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND r.PitM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian r- J-
Sola Aganta for
NTow Tlrhorr 247. 218. 21
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Propriator
boa kad Hr C1 tu it i Ore, ( 1 and Lambar Can i Bhaftlnf, rollavs. Grata Bart
-aajaM I WIMUIHHf UJ ITVU W rTJIlhl UsT DUUUlIiAf BJ mvmSt ssal
at lntDr i-id MtU aUehlnajry a Bpeelalt.
FOUNDRY: H'DE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
W. I...TR1MBJLE Sc CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second Su, Detween Railroad and Copper Area.
flora and Mnlaa Bongbt mud BxahAngod.
Agonta for Colambaa Baggjr Comyamv.
a. am ammt mrnootl
Carriagei, Road Carta. Spring Wagon. Victoria 1
Buggies, Phaetona, Etc, for Sale, t t t 1
Addreaa W. L. TRIMBLE 00.. Alhnqnerqne, Nw Mfifro
Gr. I-IENftY, M. D
Student or Dr. Phillip Rleord of Franco.
Ea.vila.lllo o. Speolaltv
THIBTT-BII YKAB8' PBACT1CR. MKN ONLT TRRATKD.
A enr .tursntrrrl In evrjr eas nndrrtaken whn a curd ta practicable and poaalble
(InniavlHwa. alrrl and stricture sl.rr'tllv ciirrd with Dr. klrord's Krcncb Urmedle. Hrcnl
,.'r."V""'nrS'""i """ TUKKK DAYS. NOCUHKBS, SANDALWOOD OIL noi
co. .. mt .."P'rinaiorrlKina, seminal Itawrs, nlirht smlaslons. Insomnia, dvapoodancy ,
radicallv cillr.l. Klcoril s mrt hod Drai tied In tlia Wurld'a II. P.,i. u-i
o,0U0 paticiiusai'riMtully rnrd within tl.e la nln years. Can refer to uatlrnia cared. b
permission. Inve.tlgsle. Olllcrs I7 Sevenlernlh street, new I hampa, Deovar, Colo.
Kn.ll.li, krench, trerinan Polls'i. rtusalan and
orreap s .tlrliart.
Tb orweat and beat good from lh
ludlng potlcric ol the world, in whokulc
or retail. Cholc UbU ware, elegant toilet
eta, beautiful vuett a full tine of glassware,
bar good, lamp chimneys and burner,
enameled ware, tinware, broom and
brushes, toys and dolla.
118 SOUTH FIRSTSTRERT
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTHB. Props.
(Soooetcor to ITrank If. Jonea.l
Finest WMskles, Imported find DomestiG Wines vA Cogntct I
Tne Coolest and Blfhejt Crate al Lazer Sorrel.
Finest LUllIurd Hall In the Territory.
Finest and JJest Imported and Domestic Cigari?
U. 8 DETOSlTOllIe'
rir:tiu,rj for the Atlantic
i'a idc i6 ti AtUJaoo,!
I'tka A $aota Fe
OFFICE UD LIEICTSEJ:
J03UCA a BATK0LD8. . . .liesldefil
at. W. rLCCBHOf ....vnoarreetflenl
A. A. R KiL . . . .Oaalllt f
BASK ItcKXB. . . .AssMaot OeWilst
A. A. BRA ST.
BlacbwslL. liroa. Hlk..il a. r- j
W. A. Maswbia. Wholesale DtoibU.
Topeka 4 Bant JT Ea11tt.
210 Railroad Avenuo.
latDolJelepIiona.Ul Utiaqaerqis, I. M.
San Antonio Lima.
K AND 217 NORTH THIRD 8T
IB IA) (Jltr.
Bohemian antihen. i)Maltaslsi and Oaa