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THE EXCELLENCE OF STRIP OF FIGS
la dun not onljr to tiie originality and
eimplioltj of the combination, but aim
tothei care and ok ill with which It la
manufactured hy nciintillo rinxvawa
known to the California Fio Bvhit
Co. only, and we wlah to Imprps nnon
all the Importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. Aa the
(Tf-nnine Syrnp of Fig la manufactured
by the Cai.ikouma Fio 8racp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one In avoiding the worthlraa
imitationa manufact ured by other par
tlca. The high standing of the C A Li
mn! a Km Mr KIT Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the atitlsf act ion
which the genuine Nyrop of Fig haa
glren to millions of families, mater
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of It remedy. It la
far in advance of all other laxollrea,
aa it acta on the kidneys, llrrr and
bowels without Irritating or weaken
ing them, and it doea not gripe nor
nauseate. In ordertoget Ita beneficial
effect, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
A FRAIKJUKM, CmL
MrtoTiti.r, Kf. mw TaRC. a.
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fftairrs, r unerala, leatha. Church Servicea and
autenaloment. wnere no aiimianinn isriisraeu.
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Wall paper at Futrelle'a.
Dipping tank. WhitDxy Co,
Picture (raniM. Whitney Co.
CrnfikxrT and glaaawara. 'lillnTCe
Unmliing and gtm Biting. Whitney Co.
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Old Rye, Boorhon or brandy, 76 pen la
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Any yonr oamp stoTM and hay ynor
tin-work done at the Star tiiiatiip,
Special hsIa on nliirtx, underwear,
aox, su-prfrdHfg, at tun (jiI!ru Hule Dry
l.a ma ouiupany.
Look luto Klelnwort't market on north
Third street, tie bM the tilctflt treat)
meats in the oltr.
Xutrolle, corner Quid and First streets,
will sell yon good wall pitper at ViHo
aoutiie roll and up.
Hot rhlle eon came served every night
at the Parailw. Do not uiUa It. Bactie-
clil A (llorul, proprietors.
An inspection of our w&Hh goods will
be of mutual advantage, lucrease our
ftnlea, dttcrraae your expeunee. Koneuwald
"Here Is a leeson that be who runs
may read; the niau on the Columbia Is
always lu the lead. liBaudflt. ilahn
J. U lie 1 1 St Co., the grocers, iivor
to v. V. I roller, are prepared to f urubth
everything in their Hue at Ihe lowest
The burnt in shirt w.ilnt set are the
Rob K y pluid eets and the antique jew
elnd sets to match jeweled bells. Uonen-
Have your roof painted with anphalt
elmtln roof paint and your Inaky rH( re
i Hired with aHtwstos Cemeut. A. W.
liayden haa it.
Geiitleinea and patriots, before going
to war buy your uudnrwear aud ruruUili
lug gotiils at the Golden Kule Dry Goods
Co. and save hair.
The bmt place for good, Jnley steaks
and rnaxtM and all kinds ot meats, kept
In a first ehvw market, at Klein wort s,
north Third street.
If you cannot find the goods at the
Kfli-uouiiHt It Is no nee looking elsewhere
Is the common expression auougst the
lailles of Albuquerque.
Warm weather hasn't eome in reality
yet, but don't worry, it's coming, tie
prepared; now is your chance. Our special
sale. Kosenwald uroe.
Always the first with newest novelties
In ladies' wear. Come and look at the
liHwey walwt, only to be had at the
Golden Kule Dry Goods rompauy.
A portion of the shoes ordered by A
Bimoier laxt tall for the spring aud sum
filer trade have just arrived and persons
In ne.d of footwear ran get the latest
styles at greatly reduced prices at his
Dealers In Remington typewriters, the
tandurd typewriters ot the world. Can
supply business olllces with experienced
stenographers to nil permarent aud tern
porary posltlous, at short notice, llahn
Call at "The Green Front" shoe store
for children's aud misses' sandals and
oxfords, black and tan, latest styles. 6 to
8, 8ft cents; bl to 11, MO cents; lltog,
$i; ladles' oxfords, (1. W. Chaplin, pro
We would have no trouble with Spain
if she only realized the Immense strength
aud resources of our nation. If you un
derstood our ability to provide for the
wishes of our patrons you would not go
elsewhere. Hdhn St Co., N. T. Armijo
The Banta Fe 1'acllle railroad will sell
tickets to Los Angeles, Banta Monica,
Redonda aud Ban Diego at the rate of
(ID for the round trip, three times each
mouth during June, July and August.
These tickets will have a limit of ninety
days and require continuous passage
eaet of San Rarnadinn in each dlrectlou,
weet of there they will permit stopovers
at the passenger's pleasure.
Dates of sale are Jui e 1, 15, Stt, July
& 13, n, August 8, 17,81.
W. R. TBIXU Agent
New line of white Kmpire fans Just re
ceived at the Koouomtst.
Floor matting. Whitney Co.
W - gl1
JEW MEXICO NEVSi
Prom the Rustler.
Rev. Kdward Lebreton will fill the
Methodist pulpit In Albuquerque Sunday
and there will, therefore, be no preaching
at Cerrllloa and Madrid on that day.
A private letter from Albert C. Teich
mann, dated from Sulphurs, N. M., an
nounces that be Is wonderfully pleased
wltb his outing at the springs, and
thinks that the water there cannot be
surpassed tor healthful and curative
The North smelter blew In last Monday
to make a trial run. The machinery
worked saUHlactoMly aud there was ev
ery prospect of successful work, but a
freeze up occurred which delayed the act
ual beginning of work yesterday. Owing
to U.ls accident the first product ot the
smelter consisted of Irregular chunks of
cor ;er, of every slxs from an ounce In
rUht to han beds ot pounds. This
product, however, indicates that the work
ot the plant Is successful In extracting
the valuable metal, the ore.
Froti the Enterprise.
Mr. Sara Llmiau. r this week received
the sad news of the death ot his mother
inch occurred at Meiizlngr, Haden,
Germany, on May I'.th
On Monduy, Mrs W. C PortcruVId re
ceived the (Untrrntdiig IntelligHiice Hint
ber mother, Mrs. John Wilson, had died
the day before, at the family home at
Court Cummisslnner Victor Culberson
old at public auction 4'.0 bead of the
Cross II brand of rattle, owned by Haw
kins A Smith. The cattle were sold to
Thomas Lyons at $15 76 per head. Theee
eatt le were roun lid op and Immediate
delivery was made. There are several
hundred head of this brand still on the
range to be dlnpowd ot by order of the
court for the purpose ot settling litiga
tion between the owners.
The clt'ieus of Silver City during the
past week subscribed the sum ot olX0
for the purchase of an Amerlcau flag, to
be ruined on occasions ot rejoicing, as at
the news of the Dewey victory, and upon
4th of July and other festive occasions.
The firtg has been ordered. It will meas
ure 28x14 feet, and will be ot the Duel
mateilal. The flag pole will be sixty
feet in height.
From the Headlight.
Mrs. Maria Fins, the estimable mother
of CoiimiI Pin a, has nearly recovered
from a severe attack of pneumonia.
Acetylene gas Is rapidly becoming the
light of the small towns. It Is destined
to largely reduce the princely Incomes ot
many Standard oil robbers.
Miss Lizzie Raker has purchased a lot
on Gold avenue, a short distance south of
the pontofFoe, and is preparing to at once
erect thereon a commodious nhotogranh
gallery, where In the near future, she will
be prepare 1 to take your photograph In
an up to date style.
Tbs Ltndatier Mercantile company has
an acyteleue gas plant in operation in Its
store. This makes the fifth one ot our
business bouses in which Hint beautiful,
cool light Is now being nsed, aud Mr
Slgmuud Llndauer baa a plaut In bis
residence besides. A. J. Clark it Co.'s
plant ot fifty lights capacity Is also on
the road. Truly it would seem that the
kick about high prices of coal oil were
being colored with fatal results to the
coal oil trust so far as this town is con
Krom the Chieluln.
Jordan Rogers, one ot the well-known
aud substantial cattle men ot this eoun
ty, who has lately opened up a flue ranch
west ot Sau Marcial, was a visitor to Bo
Andres Romero came in from his sheep
ranches to spend the Sabbath with his
family. He Is through lambing and
shearing and haa a flue crop ot lambs
and a good clip of wool.
Not to be outdone by the other towns
of the territory, Socorro has Its "board ot
strategy" and men who have never seen a
body of water any bigger than Jun Stev
ens' frog pond can tell all about how a
naval campaign should be conducted.
Abran Abeytla, county treasurer, city
clerk and a general merchant of this city,
Is talking of opening a bank In the near
future. As both the Browne & Manztn
ares Co, and J. M. Tyler are closing out
their bauklng business, this would seem
to be a profitable venture for Mr. Abeytla.
Col.G. W. frttchard, ot While Oaks,
was In the city several days this week
arguing a big law case before Judge
Hamilton. Col. 1'rltc hard Is one of the
most able lawyer and public men of the
territory, and la one ot the wheel-horses
of the republican party as well.
r rom tht Kange.
Mrs. Charles Langdon bas returned to
her borne at Raton from a trip to Mis
souri Valley, Iowa.
Chester Schroeder will return home on
Sunday to spend his vacation from tbe
Albuquerque military academy.
Mrs. J. B. Schroeder and two little
daughters are rusticating at Ban Diego,
and Mrs. Schroeder Is Improving In
Thomas Boyd, an old resident ot Raton,
expects to get away this week on an
overland trip to Roswell, New Mexico,
where he will take up a res'dence.
Rev. Wm. Boyle, I). D., filling the Pres
byterian pulpit during Rev.T. C. Muffatt's
absence, will leave for Monument, Colo.,
where be will be stationed during the
Tht Best KeiusUy for Khsuinatlam,
Krom the Kairhaven (N. Y.) Kegistrr,
Mr. James Rowland, ot this village.
states that for twenty-live years his wife
has beeu a sunerer Irum rheumallHiu. A
few nights ago she was in such pain that
she was uearly crazy. She sent Mr. Row
land tor the doctor, hut be bad read of
Chamberlain's Fain Balm and Instead ot
goiug for the physician be went to the
store and secured a bottle ot It. His wife
did not approve of Mr. Rowland's pur
chase at first, but nevertheless applied
the Balm thoroughly aud in an hour's
time was able to go to sleep, bhe now
applies It whenever she feels an ache or a
palu and finds that it always gives relief,
lie says that no medicine which shs had
used ever did her as much gissl. The J5
aud 60 cent sizes for sale hy all drug
gists. The Gents Kllllu(.
Young Reading, who will have to
answer to the charge of murder, ha
barely reached bl majority. He has
been r-mploTfi In a tmicbpr shop at
tlllM'oru, among bis relatives being
nie vi ry lriflunutliil people, Inclndiiig
the shenff of the e.mnty. The young
man has always been kuown to le a
peaceable, good natural lad and his
friends awert that be must have had
extraordinary provocation to lead him to
slay Gents. The dead man Is a hotel
keeper and saloon keeper of lliilsboro
and Is said to be somewhat quarrelsome.
A ( levar Tries.
It certainly lks like It, bnt there is
really no trick about It. Anybody cau
try it who has Lame Mark and Meak
Mdneys, Malaria or nervous troubles,
We niean he ran cure himself right away
by taking electric hitters. 1 bis inetlirlue
tones up lli win I system, acts as a
stimulant to Liver and hldneis. Is a
hliNMl puiilier and nerve tonic. It curse
I'oiiHtlpatloli, Headache, r aiming Hpells,
r)leepleHlire and Melancholy. It Is
purely vegslnhle, a mild laxative, and
restores Hie system to Its natural vigor.
Try kit-cine Hitlers and be convinced
Hint they are a miracle worker. Kvnry
bottle guaranteed, Only 6oc. a bottle at
J. II. O'Keiliy A Co.'s Drug btore.
HO I EL ARRIVALS.
BTCKHka' EURO I' RAN.
K. Willmumler, Gallup; W. II. Olln.
Steven I'oiul, nls.; 11. Mauser, Aih hoik;
H. D. NicholMin, VMiIUiih; W. H.
Cmnier, New York; tM. Hl.ck, Grants,
. M.;C. M. Irliuhie, A. 1'. rliown. Foil
Collins, Colo.; H. K. Corpora u, Sau Frau
ciso; has. Ken ins k, iMroll. Mirli.; I hie.
IlitcliCjt k, rii ilatiiitl; K. n. norceaier,
V.Jereeian, ban Frai cisro; James W II
n. t hiia.'o; II. C. euidiiii:, tn r
Ktle;A. Hart, Ht. Ix .t; Mill Haliitls,
D-jver; Virtor M. Ulim, XewYmk; li
a. Met andiese, Alcln-on, Kau.; F. I.
K.irle. hi 1'a o; Xdui I'. Uaeters and wife,
Iam l.uti i; Kd -hulix, hi t'aso; Richard
I'ohl, Los Luuas.
Kd. O. Hughes, Denver; II. Wood,
Walter llufree, railroad mall seivlce; K.
V. Vreff, Kansas City; II. D. Becker, I
lets; R D. Gtl bnns, I, as Vegan ; J. K
Pitts, Harrisburg, I'enn.; N. L I'ntnam.
Holbrotik, Aritoi.a; W. Comer, New Mex
ico. GRAND CrN'TRAL.
A. S. Booker, Missouri; U. D. Boyd, Las
A daring bal
nearly two hun
through the air
batiKiug on to
a parachute un
til It opens.
"Ol well," he
says, " It usual
I v opens in
tinies It doesn't open and
he is doomed. Thia
seems foolhardy but no
more so than the sick
man who says, "O, I
gtiras I'll get well all
Disease Is no guessing
matter. If it isn't stop
ped it keeps on getting
worse. Many a man be
gins with dvspepaia or
liver compWlnt," and
sraduallv lose atrrmrth
and vitality until before he knows It his
lungs art attacked and he find himself in
consumption. The parschuts doesn't open.
Tbe only real safety for a man whose
strength is failing from any cause what
ever is to renew the sources of vitality at
their fountain-head. The lirst agency for
this purpose Is tht wonderful Golden
Medical Discovery " originated by Dr. H.
V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of the
Invnlids' Hotel and SutKical Institute of
Bufliln, N. Y. This " Discovery " goes di
rectly to tht aid of the enfeebled digestive
forces and enables turtn to make healthy
nourishing blood, thereby building up
solid muscular strength and active nerve
force and energy.
Tlit absolutely marvelous thlnrs It does for
tick pcopls la shown hy ths everience of Mr.
Prank A. Marts, of f-avelleville. Pavetta Co..
Texaa, who writes: ' It atlonls ma pleasure to
leaiuyio tne remaraaiiie cumttva power Of nr.
Flercc'a Cildea Meilu-al niarovery. I was
Fly aflhctfd with trouble In my lunirs
spitting up bloocl. atut wii no weak 1 wasunnblt
to continue my work. I tried aeveral remedies
which gave mc no relief, and I had commenced
to thins Ihers wa no hrn l,r me. fir. I'lercs'a
Goluea Me.hcal Uiacovery wua recnmincuded to
me, so I tried It Bud beran to improve at one,
snd wil aon stile to renins wor
k. 1 consider
H a wonderful medicine."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser tent for 31 one-rent stamps to cover
malting only. Cloth binding t,i stamps.
Address Dr. R. V. 1'ierce, Uuifalo, N. Y.
rranh M Mall Arqulttod.
Perry. Okla , Mav 22.-After a twenty
day trial. Frank W. Hall was acquitted
on the charge of murdering his wile here
tins evetuug. Hall lived in .ew tork
Chicago and New Mexico, where he lost a
fortune. He wedded Miss ramus More-
head, a former Ohio Udy, a daughter of
Col. A. II. Morehead, who Is uow a mine
owner and politician In New Mexico.
Hall Is a brother in law of C. M Foraker,
I' nltd States marshal of New Mexico,
and Foraker is a brother of Senator J. B.
Foraker, of Ohio. Hall was charged with
killing his wire last (September, thirty
miles east ot nere. ihe evidence was
circumstantial. It was the most noted
trhil ever held in Oklahoma.
The foregoing trom the Globe Demo
crat is self-explanatory. The murdered
lady was a former resident of Sliver City,
and we lieiieve, was born and reared here.
She lived here until her marriage with
Hull, going from here to Kansas to meet
him and be married. Hull hail shortly
before been a resident of this city, where
he courted and won the wife of wlowe
murder he has jiiHt own acquitted. Kn
terprise. The Ceylon
government advertises Cey
lon tea as pure, roasted by
The Japan government
advertises Japan tea as pure
Indeed I Mm!
Schilling 't Vtst Ceylon
and Japan, English Hreak
fast, Oolong, and Blend are
pure and clean roasted in
San Francisco by machinery.
Majextlo Steel Ranges,
Coal Oil Stoves.
Donahoi Hahdwahx Co.
Mlllluna tilvaa Away,
It Is certaluly gratifying to the public
to know of one concern in the laud who
are not afraid to be generous to the
needv and stiftVrliig. The proprietors of
Ir. King's New Diseoverv for Cou-oimp.
Hon, I'ouirhs and Colds, have given away
over tea million trial hottlesnf this great
medicine; aud have the satisfaction of
knowing It has absolutely cured thou
sand s of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchi
tis, Hoarseness and all diseases of the
Throat, Chest and Lungs are surely cured
ny it. t all on i. 11. O ltellly ft Co.,
liruvgists, and get a trial bottle free.
Regular size 5oc. and 1. livery bottle
guaranteed, or price refunded.
F.aill Wlllmuuder, a well-known citi
zen of Gallup, came In from the west
last ill trlii and hsa bis name on the regis
ter at Sturges' Kuropean.
John C. La Masters and wife, ot Los
Luuas, are In the metropolis, ami their
names are on the Sturges Kuropean register.
THt CTTT CT BRTTF.
Ptrvoaal tnl K feral r-nrjfTapr-! Hcked
Ca Bert and lucre.
II. D. Rscker, the well known M. ta
general merchant. Is In the city to-dsy,
W. D. Nicholson, of Williams, Is at the
Kuropean, arriving from the west last
Chas. Hitchcock, ot the railway shops
at Ban Marclal, I ber on a visit to
Tbe choros In Krminle Is composed of
thirty-fire of the best voices In Albu
querque. Julius Wetzler, a general merchant ot
Hoibrook, Is still In the city, on 1 tilness
aud pb asure bent.
It you want to see an Ideal appetite
yon must ee Ka vsnues and Caddlenx In
their supper act In Krminie.
W. H. Olln, r"gliterln( from Stevens'
Point, Wis., cams In fi-ora the north last
night and Is at ths Kuropean.
Hoi. Block, the general merchant and
trader at Grants, out on the Santa Fe
Pacific, Is lu ths city. He will ret ira
The hotels of the c. y ere all writ
filled with giieels, more than tor some
nme, a good inilUa'lon of the returning
Rev. K. II. Aihinim, the Congregation
tl church missionary, wss a passenger
(or Ariz ma rltlrs, last night, lie experts
to be absent a week or teu days.
Marguerite, the B year-old daughter of
II C O ltrar. of 114 North Water street.
is qnl'.e sevirdy rut In the leg by fall
ing ou a tiu ran Thursday evening.
1 he Woman's Relief Corps would like
tny person b ving flowers to donate for
Decoration day, te leave them at Vrs.
ilarsch's before 8 o'clock, Monday morn
ing, May 30
Claims against the government for In
lian depredation In past years Involv
ing nearly (50,000 were filed at the claim
sgency In tbe Armljo building during
the past week.
W. N. Parkhnrst, W. H K.irlckson and
Rert Raker bled themselves to Camp
H'blteomb this morning, where they will
remain over Sunday, and retnrn to the
city Monday morning.
C. J. Miller, who has been employed as
a druggist at the railway hospital for the
past year, has been engaged by Robert
Mann to take charge ot tbe prescriptions
In his new drug store.
C. W. Trimble and A. T. Brown, well
known and extensive sheep buyers ot
Kurt Collins, Colo., are at the Sturges
Kuropean. They are here to bny a few
more thousand sheep.
Mrs. C. D. Whitcnmb and sister, Miss
Klla A lira ins, who gave a very successful
concert at Ban Marclal the other night,
tsslsted by the local talent ot that town,
returned borne last night.
Richard Pohl, the manager of Louis
Inning's Valencia county Interest', came
in from Lo Lnnas last night, and I In
the city to day. He reports the ranges In
Valencia county In good condition.
Mle Geraldlne Coomb came In from
Las Cruces last night and continued on
o Missouri, where she will visit relative
aid friends. The Udy is one of the
t ac'iers In the Agricultural college.
Mr. George Wohlflnger, of San An
tonlo, passed through the city for the
east last night, where she will speud the
summer. The lady Is the wife of a mem
ber ot tbe A. H. Hilton Mercantile com
pany. Rev. Thos. Ilarwood, the nilwdonary of
Spanish work ot the Methodist Kplscopal
church, left this morning for Kl Paso,
and from there he will visit several Ari
zona towns along the Southern Pacific
nroois uoutniri, one or Aihuiitirjiit s
winter invalids, will spend the summer
months In and around Flagstaff. Mrs.
Ward, also a Cleveland, Ohio, health
seeker, accompanied Mr. Douthlrt weet
The wife and sister of Operator Kud I,
ot the Santa Fe Pacific, arrived here Fri
day, Miss Rudd coming here for her
health. Mr. and Mrs. Ktidd will take up
housekeeping and the young lady will
reside with them.
Interesting literary exercises were beld
at the university yesterday afternoon. A
number of carefully written essays were
read by the youug lady pupils. Mb
llallnran was awarded first prize for hav
Ing the best written essay.
Private letters from Governor Otero
received this morning say he has
not bsen notified from Washington what
arm of the service will be required from
New Mexico lu the recent call, but that the
National Guard will be given first oppor
tunity either in cavalry or Infantry
when the call Is made for New Mexico
Chas. D. Whltcomb, one of the en
gineers lu the Kl Rlto wreck, on the
Santa Fe Pacific, and who received very
serious Injuries, was up and around yes
terday. Ills attending physician report
him rapidly recovering and states that
he will be all right tor duty In a very
short time. Kuglneer liolman, who was
also In the wreck, Is still a very badly In
jured man, aud Is getting along as well
as could be expected under the circum
stances. Mrs. Anna Dureu and daughter, Mrs.
Klla D. Humney, who were residents ot
the city for aeveral years post, were
passengers Thursday night last ou their
return to their old home at Bryantvllle,
a suburb of Boston, Mass. A son of Mrs.
Duren, Chas. A. Duren, was a major In
the Cuban army; was wounded aud sent
borne to die, aud bis death was reported
lu the New York aud Boston papers. This
was several years ago, since which time
Mrs. Duren has nut heard from him.
These ladles are good people, aud it is
boiied by their many Albuquerque trleuds
that they have not left the city for good.
"The Mirage." edited by the students
of the University of New Mexico, Is out,
aud the students are now delivering
copies to subscribers. It was printed by
A. L. Swift X Co., college puhllcatious,
Chicago, 111., and Is a very pretty, up-to-date
piece of workmanship. It contains
many half tone illustrations, appropriate
to the work, aud demonstrates that the
young students labored bard to make
their first publication a grand success,
U. K. Coghlll, editor in chief; L. C.
Brooks; Misse Kverett, Wakefield,
Hughes, Hazledlue, Kiuburn and Bowie;
Messrs. II. II. Becker, Garfield Hughes, F
H. Maltby, L. H. Huuing, J.G. Fitch, P. M
Oliver, associate editors; II. U. Fitch,
business editor, are the moving spirits of
An Old Man's
Mad helpUst at a baby by a dreadful ntrvcui i
east ht rtak of a cast likt hit own, and had tnougk
faith to follmo tht txamptt it set him. AW he it
himself aft examplt to cthtrt u ho art suffering from
disorders of tht nervous system.
Sawfng wrxxL working In fib garden.
Walking thret timet a day to and iroen his
plan ot busrneta theat form part of the
daily routint of Edwin R, Tripp, Port
muter of Middleiield Cmtrt, N. V. H
X vast hit seventieth birthday.
Nearly fifty yean a blacktmith I thirty
two yon Juitic of tb Ptac t thret yean
town clerk, then postmaster forty. tlx yean
a resident of tht town ht now live in
three are tht bar outlines of a useful lift.
Mr. Tripp'i career k a type. Hit Mory
will ot read with htartlett sympathy by
thousand. Hh hearty endorsement ot Dr.
W illiamt' Pink Pill, for Pais Peoplt will
be echoed by tent of thousands.
He .aid i
"In March, 182, I wai attacked by
what 1 afterwards Warned was locomotor
"Two killful docloei did tvrrytMng
tSey could for me. I steadily became
Worst. Tat unable to drat mytell.
"Later I could not move even about the
room, but Wat carried in my chair.
"I gave up hope. Tht doctors rave me
ae encouragement. I did not expect to live
very long. 1 wat more helpless than a
feabv. I tank lower and lower.
"In lime the tide turned I From If
lowest ebb, ft began to set toward health
"Tht turning point wai a newspaper
A BIG RAM ROAD DICIER.
Tbe Santa Ft Trying to Get Control of
Baltimore It Ohio,
There Is a rumor current tn railroad
circle that President Ripley, of the
Banta Ke, bas been negotiating for several
months for the Baltimore ft Ohio, wltb
the Intention of glvlug the Hanta Fe a
through road from New York to Ban !
Francisco. It Is said that had It not
been for the enormous exp nse and loss
that the company suffered through the
burning of the Falrvlrw tnnnel, that the
Santa Fe might now be eon trolled by the
Baltimore St Ohio. Should the Banta Fe
add the Baltimore St Ohio to their line,
there would be no road in the country
that could compare with such a combi
nation for business. The attraction for
passenger travel would be far ahead of
any other road. The tar famed scenery
of the Bine Ridge mountains, and the
grandeur of the Rockies, would all be In
the reach of one ri a I, together wltb the
metropolis ot the Paclficaod the Atlantic.
Fur freight the road would bave the
fruit of California and New Jersey, the
oyster trade from Baltimore, the factories
of Cleveland and Columbus, with line to
Philadelphia, Pittsburg and Washington,
Chicago and Cleveland, Saudusky and
With tbe additiou ot the Baltimore St
Ohio, the Sau la Fe system would have at
much track east of the Mississippi a It
ha west, and It would be what the
originators hoped, a road from ocean to
I'p to the date of Its going Into the
bands of a receiver It I said that the
bulk ot business had been done over the
Baltimore ft Ohio In the territory it oc
cupied. The rumor that the Santa Fe contem
plate the purchase has arousedt he rail
road men In Kansas, but nothing baa
been said on the aul ject by President
Moosevtll't HU(h IlliUrs.
The First Regiment United States vol
unteer cavalry, composed largely ot
New Mexico troops, Is expected to leave
San Antonio, Texas, to-day for Tainia,
This Is Your 0iru;i
On receipt of t a cenla, cw.li or stamps,
a ii ui' rout tutiul'iu v. ill be luuilt d of thu
most jKipuhir Cnturru ami Hay 1 1 ver Cure
It.lV s I pain imiin) hnnxuni i" m-uiou-slrsto
the r;eut no rits of tin' f mi dy.
EL If IlltOTIiriiS.
t(i Wutr. u ht., New York City.
Rev. John Tic! 1, Jr.. or rit. nl Fulls, Mont.,
rscoiiiuii li.led I Iv's ("lil l .lllii to li. e. I
ean emphasize hi stpli un i t, "It is a posi.
tivseure for rnlurrh li u sd st ilin rii .1."
ltsy. Francis tt . I'imiIo, 1'uliir C.tutruil'rot.
Church, Helena, Moot.
Fly's Crenm Halm It the erVi.owW'd
lure fur catarrh ami contains no uiurcury
nor any lulurioos drug. I'riotv 0U ounuv
IllMtiMl i'aah I'rlees I'alu
For furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc.
Hart's, 117 Gold avenue, next to Wells
Fargo Kinross otlloe. Hee me before yon
nuy or aeu.
bva't tnbsrroS,il ami hsetbs lour Mis Assy.
To quit t.iiftri'o emily nnd forerer. tm umff
ftelio, lull ol liln, nerve snd vitfor, tuke No-'l'te
liar, tht wniulrr worker, unit makes weak niea
strung. All druggists. 6uc or II. Curt Kuarua-
teed Buokltifc and sample free. Adilreet
sterling Ktaitdf Co, Cuioano or Ntw Voc
Nut lee to Mathers.
W hav just a ided to our already
large stock of buy s clothing aud furnish
ings a new line of ths famous Mother'
Friend make ot walsta We have some
beauties In Fauulleroya, white Pigues,
plain and fancy, and also an elegant line
of percale waists. Tb e waists are the
best made aud need only to he seen to bs
appreciated. Prices, b'l rents and up
ward. Hmos Ktkkn,
The Railroad Avenue Clothier,
The WestUeld (lud.) News prints the
following In regard to an old resident of
that place: "Frank McAvny, for many
years in the employ or the u, N. A. & C
railway here, savs: 'I have used ChniU'
her Iain's Colic, Cholera and liiarrhoaa
Remedy for ten years or longer am
uever without It In my fuinlly. I oon
aider it the best remedy of the kind man
ufiictured. I take pleasure In recoin
mending It.'" It is a Hpeclllc for all
bowel disorders. For sals by all drug
For next thirty days I will pay highest
cush price for household goods of every
description. Don't sell until you get my
bid. I. A. W hittkn. Hi Hold avenue,
failed Stales Use".
Just received, big lot of 1'nlted Htates
flxgs, all sizes, from ti'.xli inches to large
12 foot flag. Il.lH.li ItKiH.
Lap robes u5c, 7,io, Mlc and fl
Hammocks from ioc to fi.ia
VShite tied spreads iAH: to (3
Lace bed spread and shuius 7,'jc
To furs t mi.! ipt inn
Tuku t'.i.-t;i:s's l.itnivi ".i;.
tr II (!. a lull tueure. or '
i I'v ..r IV).
, r- f-iii.i uiucy
This wwk'i HpfcJul huIh at Golilfu Rule
I)ry Gmalft com pithy in ullkn, drenn giMMtn,
fjubrolilHrlMi. Oxford h!hhh (tad rcaltvt.
Have you ma the nt'w oilllUry buttou
Mi ut the KronomlritV
" tt told how a min, Who to (freed t77
bad suffered, had been cured by Dr. TU
bam.' Pink Pdls lor Ptle People.
" It gave me faith and hope. I took two
boxes of the pills I then lour more boxes,
" My gain Wat steady i my return k
health wat s source of daily gratification.
" la all I look eighteen boars of tht pitta
before I was entirely well. At lint I paid
50 cent! a box, but tllerwtrdt I saved
money by getting six boxea at a time,
" I owe my curt entirely to Df-TillianV
Pink Pills foe Pais People."'
T clinch hit remarkable (lory and add
to H helpfulnett to others, Mr. Tripp made
affidavit to Hi truthfulness Mora llomar
Hanna, a local Notary Public.
From helpless neat, suffering and detrabr
Mr. Tripp was restored to tht healthful,
useful activity tuggtated at tht beginning
of this sketch. Hit taperknet It like others.
w'hile locomotor ataxia one ot tht
most baffling nervous diseases with which
physicians art called tn contend, Ht curt by
Dr. VUliamt rink Pills for Pais People
hat become a matter of almost daily oc
currence. Smaller nervout troubles yield
much more re.idity to tht powerful influ
ence these vegetable pilli exert tn restoring
wasted nerve forte and fn purifying and
enriching the blood.
Drurrlts everywhere tell Dr. TilliameV
Pink Pifk foe P(t People. i
r. Xt. H4HKOI N,
fill VI, KNUINKhK-MI-hClAl.TY-lrrlsa.
Vo lion ami Water .Hunnlv. liiamlnatlonaftnn
Reports. slss. Dtuns ana estimates. Corres
Iiondenee Holii-lied. Koom IS, Armljo block,
.'or. Sril Jit. and Kallroad avenue.
XKA. BISHOP BISHOP,
T-lOalfHOPATMTC PHYSICIANS AMD
a nortenns Ortlrt snd residence nvee post.
Old 1 eleplinnt . Isew Telephone
Mrs. stsrion nisiinp, sf nnirt bon
I to B d, m. track L). BisIiod. M. I).. oftVs
bnurt, to 10 a, tr.. snd t to I and T to p. m,
aae elevator at Whitney a.
JOHM TANOHBH, Xt. !.,
OIIYSICIAN AND 8UHOKON Ifflcs In
a armlio bullftltitf. Corner of kat md avenue
siil t lutd s'teet. Honrs 0:0 to II a. m. 1
to p. m. Hpectal stieattoa glvtn to chronic
sno qisesses Of women.
M. I. JOHNSOD,
AHrUITKCT-Plana, toeclrJcttiont snd ee.
tlmstes furnished for all elsssus of builds
In snd arrhltectural work, Uftlcfi oa Wtst
OPF1CK and residence. No. 411 Weal Hold
svennt. Teleohnne No. IS. Ofllcs hours
s to a. m i 1 WJ tu s uo ana 7 to p. ra.
8. kaMerday, If.
u. i. b. aae
J. o. kaeterilsy, M. D
w. . Mora, tt. d
OPFICK HOUKS-Vntll a. ra. and from
I :SO to S SO snd from T to D, m. Dftirs
ana rrsiuenee, sso wan uoia avtnue, Albu.
qnergnt, n, sa.
K. J, Altar, O. O. a.
A KMIJU M.OCK, OPPOSITK ILFKI.D
iV Uroa'. Otitis hours i a. m. to la.U0
p. m.l 1 :80 p. m. to 6 p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
sua. Appointments made by mall.
bXHRiku a. Huotv,
ATTOKNRY-AT-LAVV, Albnqnerqne, N
M. Prompt attention tlvrn to all bualnM
pertslnlnf to tht profession. Will practice In
all courts of the territory and before ths Uulted
niatet isna ooaca.
WILLIAM U. LBXf,
N. T. Armlio bulldlna.
all the courts of the territory,
W ill pracUcs lo
JOHNSTON a riXltltL,
A TTOKNKY8-AT LAW. Albmiuerqiie. N,
a m. t mice, rooms o sua , usi Nstiunal
u. w, n, Rkiix
rTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N
at. Ortice, iirst Nstional Uauk building.
KHAKH W. CLANCY,
ATTOKNhY A T-LAW, rooms t md S, N.
T. Anutju bulldinu, Albugurryur, N. M.
B. W. DUHNOM,
TTOKNKY AT-I-AW. OftlreorerRnb.
i rrtMin't atttrrry Hikv, AlbiiLjurniut, N. M.
IX tht DtirmenlMium HoWt CirUt Mill at Hvr
DHlillo. N. M , tl. Suit lo 'I "it- hm e ttl
ftront DiHir ol the Ftmttkllu e at Al
buqUfrgur, N. II ., at 1 1 o'cltKia
a. Jun 1H, Ihuh.
Public not Ire ta hrrrby Rtvrn that btKau
Ijtte-tte I'ntinti)baiin.t )iti(rii by hrr hiutiaiitl,
ilitl on J unr '41. Ih.hi. make tt eir trimt tlftrtl to
tlir uiiilraiM nrtl to att'iir unln Hmiiut;! l-wii
tht myiiirnt.withciiitti,(rr(ianu mtfimt.of ttinr
pnimmury hutv of that dale fur l,boo run
iimik one vtar with lnteret at 1'4 per cent per
annum, tin It aaul trunt dt-ed ta re onieif in
the ex otlitio recortier olli of Htrnulillo
county, New Metuo, in volume ft at outre ivit
oi tiie KecufUnol I mat lieeOa: atiu tlnl alao
tlieftrjlii-r, on Ihe IhOi lay of Novernler of
that tame year, eim ute to the titnlemiHiieil an
altlitioiml or aunpleiiienlal tiunt intruinent to
are unto utit l,e i their note t the Utter
date for l.Ooo aitditional, niunintf One year
trorn me intier nate and ueariiitf like intereat,
ami which aani latter iitvtruuienMa alH record
ed In kuiU Rrfine ollicv autl iMMik at pajre MM;
and becHiiae ImiUi of Maul prontiHiMiry notea are
now lonv pant due and tinpaul, and teeing ao
re(iieti-d in wntlnu tjyiheieKul holder of aald
promirory notea. and beintf o tlicreiinto duly
authorized by rmM two trimt Itintruinvnta:
In onler to pay aaul two notea, together with
the liitriett, feea, Utiea and conta In the prein
lma, 1 w ill, at 11 o'cltM k a. m., on Satnnlay.
June J H, Ihom, t the front door of the I'hited
StHtt's poNtollit e in the city of Albuquerque, in
K'iid county, t lt ut public vendue, to the IiikIo
et and bent bidder for t h, all of the real ea
tale and chuttela mentioned In mhmI two tfiiat
ItiMiiuinenia, and which are aa folluwa. that la
to nay i
'I be Hannenbaum Roller Urlat Mill com
plete, the aaiue oeiutf 'a tract of land situated
In the town of iternajillo In aaid county, ineeta
urinif KtU feet trom north to aouth, and
feel from eaat to we.t, and being bounded on
the north by a line aeven (vet aouih of
the fence of Netitorm L. de K'lrchner,
aouth by a line aeventeen feel north of the
tttile of J i met a V 1 awtillo, and helng the aame
piece of land deedrd to L. iianiiruhaum ty
deed dated June U. lHiitt. from Joaefa F. Caa.
tillo aa the wame la recordeil In the eK-olli( to
ret order a olitt for Iterna Itllo county. New
M in o. In btM.k U4 at pane .Hi; alatia'lthe
builditiv. and t hattela aituated upou aaul tract
oi num. in Duiidiuua Drinir me ianueu
ban m V louring Mill, and the chattel belnn the
miiiintf ma. niners'. conitiiiK or a ku iimonu
( hid t ity M ilia Work a roller print mill roin
plfie, according to Ihe plttn of aald worka of
June 8, Ibirtj, No. Sll.-tdst. ami rouitlng- ut a
Uuler ami enifine and t'teir trtppintia com
plfte, roliera. tliiter. bina, ahaitiiitf and ma
chinery, elevatora, beltlna, pulieya, boltrra,
irvea, punllera, wourera, hoppers, etc., etc.
The building ami ma hmery are practically
new. and are in oerlect tirtlrr.
'1 hia the bent chance tor a mill man to be
b.il III the iiiil hwfit.
The total amount of the debt, Inrludimi the
Diim toal notea. interc-tit. covl. feea. etc.. uu to
tlieiiineof the Bale ) alxnil the nun of
$;t.aoti. noa li.rp.i o. liu.ica
B S. KoniY, Attorney for 1 ru.iee.
A (iKNTS WANTK U bOH
WAH WI I If
Includiuir battlea on aea and
land. Contain all anoiit aimiea, navlea, forta
and warnhipa of both nutiona, and ifraphic
atftry of the tfreat vit tory ol the Rallant Hew ey
lella everythuiaf alwiut Kaiuotton. S hlev. h lt
tinuii I f e uihI leatliiitf coinmandera. by Hon.
Jatnea Knnkin ouru.the Intrepid leader tor
C uba 1 1 lire In the balla of I ounreaa. The
irrrutent wur book publiathed; tioo iare paueaj
iuu auperb illutf aliona, many in rich color.
II. ta latkce tnlored iiijiim. lliuueat book, Muti
t-it ctiiuiiiiHHiitiia, It i went puce; only 41 7A.
Ka:h aut'Mriber receivea tfriiud ! premium
rree. iH inmin enormoua; iiarvr-i lor aAit-n
Uu Any' credd. freiuht paid; outfit free. Write
to -day. Addrena The National Itook Couceru,
Wep t. If), Uhti Ucarhoru atreet, CUicaMo,
AIM- NTS WANTKIiKN. r lTIH tiH
l.KK'S own and only hotk on "Cuba and
the Spanish-Atnt-ru an W ar 1 reme b
demand- I'rolaa $lb and J5 a dav. Credit
ttivt-n, Krnglit pan). Write br terma a- d
outfit gun k. A. H KL IlLMAN A CO .Cai
ton Huiltiiiitr, Chit af o.
U'AN IT W - StlLKTlOUS tiK l.uol
adtlrettti. either aci. to aell l ah tot nia
rtor.es. fiie, haul)', ornamental, etc lon
and citiei only. ill pay aalary Weekly He
quirk, tate aje. 1 he (lowland Nuracry Loiu
pany, Loa Aiitele, Cal.
4. at v .our Itowela Uitti ataewrvta.
-ly ( :ilii.iruc. cur" CoiiHtiputum forever.
. l. c rail, tiruKtxiau n fuuil uiuuor
Jurit recttlvrxl a Utko amtguiiMiiit ot
Bus Cttllforiila Orape brandy, miring 'U2,
which we will Mill to aaluoD kmper at
ti.i pr (fill Ion. Orltflual purkage. 0.
Brtclii-clil it 0. Olouil.
8otclal al of blai'k drma gooiln at
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorised Capital ,,,.i00)00 0J
Paid-up Capital, Snrpitii
and Proflta tUIJlOOOO
TbaEank of Conunarca
dbim iw m tjk BxevAPfta rn irmvri t.rrwjM rnKtuib
(lit.lti fa-iS aaul OTeta W Ds-wUWw tVvwey rslm
OsnsttsMs sew rswrksa takaa)t
Oraao, Pteslderl J, C
B. P. HososTit. Viee-Pretldtnt.
.BTaicttia. CsiMte. A
H. J. Kattsoa, Assistant Caablte.
Ikr'forj for AtoUiton, Topeka 4 8anU Fe lUUwa'
tkciij ST. EI,3VEO
SAMPLE AHD OLTJB ROOIX1
Finest Whiskies. Brandies, WInss, Etc.
JOSEPH BARHETT. Proprietor.
tQ Wt Railroad Ava Albaaaarcaa.
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND r.niiM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French And ItaliAn - i
Sol Aganta for Ban Antonio Urn.
Vw TMPtihor 4-7. S1H. 81 K AND SI 7 NORTH THIRD RT
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Best And Finest Liquors And Cg-irs, Imported and Domestic,
Served to All Patrons.
NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
GR0SS BLAGKWELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Brou'Canned Goods,
Kansas Gty Baking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, StoncwAre.
Houses at Albuaueraue. East Lai Yeraa and
(3 lor 1 eta.
R. P. HALL. ProprUUr'
Irua and TTnaat Caatiur Ora, Coal and Unbar Oar aaafUnf , Pall era, Crratt) Bars
tiLtl. M.U', Columrtan l Iron FronU for BalliilDa Eapaar
Mlnioc and Mill fcUchtnary a BptadtUtjr.
FOUNDRY; MOE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE. N. MJ
I or Bsck.
W. J. TKIMBJLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second SU, oetween KaQroAd and Copper Ares.
Horaaa and Malaa Doaaht and Bxakaagod.
Agenta for Columbua Uuqgr CamaamTj
Tha Deet Turnoata la ta Cltr
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriagts, Road Carts, Spring Wtgoos, VtctorUa
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale, tilt
Addrfvis W. L. TR1MRLK k CAK AlbnooKroiif, New Mexico
Gr. RY, iVI. JD
Student of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Franea.
THMTY-6IX YKAIU' rUATTlCH. IJKN ONLT THHATBD.
A enrt (asrsntned In everr caso nmiertsken whea t care It practicable and possible
(fonorriiiies, gleet anil stricture spee lMy cured with Dr. UlcorrTs rrnch Kemeilles. Kecea
esses lierinsnailllr ciire.l wlllilll lliWKK KAYS. NO CUUKHd, 8ANUALWOUU OIL not
CUPAIHA nseil St,urinstnrrtiiea, se nlnal liisses, nltflit emissions. Insomnia, dsspondencr.
rsdlcallr cured. Klcurd s inetlio l prai tlced lo tiie Wurld's lluspltal, Paria. Keleieucei Over
So, Ooo patleuts saccesiully cured wiititn tiie laal nine year. Caa reler lo patients cored, br
permission. InvsHiiwus. 0ti-es Ho7 Hventeentb suet. near Utiampa. leuva, Colo,
rugllan, 1-reni.ti, Knr niu H.ill.li, Muwla i an 1 Hwliemiao slioken. Ouaaatlatlaa and Oat
Sl . ,,. t ,,H.. r... orreatJ " 1w" ,,'l, IIH .tl rtnnHnilal
QUICKEL & BO THE. ProDS.
(Bucuwhoi to Frank U. Jousa.1
Bluest WlilSaJes, Imported and Donatio Wines tnd Ccgnic.)
Tbe Coolest tti Birhest Grade ( Later Serrei.
Finest Billiard 11 all lu the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigar
U. B. DEP05IT0IIT.
Vaulic and th Atchiauo,
Toka A Snu K
OFFICERS IIS CtSSCTCS!:
J0SRTJA 8. Rin.0LM. . . .Ptrdo
H. W. FLOIRSOT ....Ym-TrifAAm
A. A. KKR.N MMM . . . .CaahUr
fBiKS VoKHR. . . . AsMxtent Oaahlef
A. JL 8BAKT.
in Alboqaarqae, H. II.
BaLDatowa. Lam bee. W, C. LaoBaaB. Ctsttalta
A. KistaTAS. Bitemann Brot.. Wool.
. Pi aoawaij- Urott, Bltcrwetl Co.
W. A. Maxwaix, Wbottwal Dragaiat,
and Machine Works
210 Railroad Avenue,
latn&l Telepboae 143. llbaqnsrqua, I. M.