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THE EXCELLENCE OF SYULT OF nGS
is dn not only to the orifrlnalltjr and
aimpliuity of the combination, bnt aim
to the care ami skill with which It ia
manufactured hy scientific proocawe
known to the California Fia Bvhup
Co. only, and we winh to Imprraa upon
all the Importance of purchasing the
trite and original remedy, Aa the
(Tannine Syrup of t'g Is manufactured
by the California I'm Rravr Co,
only, a Icnowlexlfre of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthier
Imitations manufactured by other (tar
ties. The high standing of the Cai.I
roHstA Via HtKVP Co. wilu the medi
cal profession, and the sul (..faction
whli'h the (fen nine Syrup of Kljrs haa
(riven to millions of families, makes
the mime of the Company a guaranty
of the eicellcnce of lt remedy. It ia
fur In advance of all other laxative,
as it acts on the kl Inrys, liver and
bowels without lrrltatin(f or weaken
ing them, and it doee not (rrlpe nor
nsuwat.'. In order to (rot IU beneficial
effects, please remember the Dame of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
J rKASCISOa, CfeL '
wr?arit,i,r. r. irw tsnb . t.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
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dally paper in the territory,
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application at the office of publication.
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n la eiecutrd with neatness snd st lowest
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and well llttrd to Jo any kind o( binding.
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Tii.ton, or can be paid at the oDIce.
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by employee upon Tub Citiibh will not
tr honored unless previously endorsed by the
THK CITIZKN Is on sale at the following
placea In tiie rttyi 8. K. Newcomer. SI)
Hallroail avenue; Hawley'a Newa lepot. nonth
Second atrret; O. A. Matano A Co'a. Nn. vuft
Kailroail avenue, and Harvey's luting House
st the depot.
THK KKKK LIST The free list of Tub
C'itixbn embraces Notices of Hlrths, star
rtaflt., funerala, IMatha, Church Hervlcessnd
kotertsinmenta where noadmlaalon laclianved.
kdllore snd Publishers.
The most fasdnstln Inven.
, tlon o( the ajrs. Alwsyaready
In entertaiu. li requires no
skill tnoirsts It snd rrpro
duee the mual o( tsmda. oe
rhrstrsa, vocal lu or Instru
ments! anioiat. i nerv m
tinthine Ilka It for an even-
Ine'i entertainment st honieor intneanciaissin
rinsr. You can ln or talk to 1 snd It will
rviimdtir lmnntlauiljr and as often as desired,
your Ming or wonla.
ithr aiHcnlled tslklnr machines rersviniiee
only rwtmU of cut snd dried suldeets. aiwcislly
.reirvl In s IsUirslory l hut the it rphnplione Is
not HiiiIUhI to Mich pertonnsnccs. On the umorio.
rcor,uil the toll's, or sny asind. Tnua It con
stantly soakenaliewlntersaland IU charm laevtar
fmh. 1 he reurotlucUooa srs slssr and brilliant.
HUniifailnrKt n1r the pa'"' or BH. Talatar,
IM..n ati.l L..tinalil. our tiit.lllinipiit la keS.
aunrtf ra or Ike trlS f..r 1iiij Marina. su4
TuuissiMluiMSu.ua. Writ. lor oaukajua.
COLUUEIA PHONOGRAPH CO, Dept. 30,
720-722 Olivs Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. Uaao Horner, proprietor of the
Kurort limine. Burton, W. Va., and one of
the uioft widely known men la the state,
whh cured of rtieuinstlnm after three
yeri of siifferliiK. lie says: "I bare not
milllrimit command of lanirtiaire to con
vey any Idea of what I siinered, my phy
Hlcians told me that not hi a g eould be
lime for nis and niy friends were eon
vlnceil that nothing but dnalb could re
lieve my sullerln((. In June, lMU, Ur.
KvaiiH, the Halmiuan for the W heeling
Drug Co., recommended Chamberlain's
1'iiiu Halm. At tins time my foot and
liiuh were swollen to more than double
their ntirnial site and It seemed to me
my leg would burnt, but soon aitor I be
khii using the 1'aln Balm the welling
birun to decreaHe, tbe palo to leave, and
now I iMiinliler that I am entirely oared."
Kor hiiIs by all druggists.
Murk IJtwllH. I. as Vegas; Cbarlea T,
8iriiiger, lhnver;Ueo. W. Karoier, Trinl
iIhiI; A. B. lieuner, Kl I'-ho; J. Clark
Owens. WootlruII. Arizona: C. A. Kll
liniiiH, Denver; A. B. Heading, wife and
child, HallHS, Texas; Heo. B. Car sod, Kd
wards Sours, I Vegan,
Kdward Henry. I .as Vegan: Jaa. Con
niirs, Kl 1'aHti; K. W. Harry, Lax Vegas;
K. A. illetclier, Hland; H. C. Henry, Den
ver: (1. I). Houseman, J. Sherman, Ht
Louis; II. Wood, jo Angeles; T. 1), Bax
ter and sister, Altoona, l enn.
1). W. Pearee, Cerrllloe: K. Marcus. Loa
AngeleH; II. U. Hall. Han rranclsoo: John
K. Wood, Maryviile, iowa; Y. 0. Barker,
Las ('runes; K. A. Manianares, Ui Vegan;
(ieo. Y. Tracy, Chicago; Geo. W. Clark,
New York; J as. Anfeeegerd, Santa Ke;
('has. Mehan, Kl Faeoj Frank (ieorgmt,
Hugh O'Neill, Jessie Treat, Wlnsluw; 1.
W. Dickinson, Loa Angelee; C. K. Spar
ling. Akron. Ohio; W. A. Wells, Cora-
wullls, Oregon; W. H. Cooley, Wlnslow;
Kd. K . lUt-e. Kocheeter. N. . w. Martin
and family, St. Louies 8. A. McMurray,
Mrs. A. M. Bergere, wife of tbe district
court clerk of the First Judicial district,
vaiue In from Bauta Fe last Saturday
Dlght.aodeoutiuued south to her home at
Los I. mias. where she enjoyed tbe Sunday
wiin old menus.
11. K. Kox aud wife visited their daugh
ter, Mrs. A. B. aloOaffey.at Fort Wlngate,
last Huturday night. Ur. Kox returned
to the city, leaving Mrs. Fox at Fort
winpate, where alio will remain for a
A. L. Codington, deputy United States
umrslihl, passed through the elty, south
bound, last night. Slnoe securing tbla
position Al. has been kept pretty busy on
Dr. II. W. Harrison, who wan north on
business, has returned to the elty.
Lamps and trimming. Whitney Co.
Curuliii at tbe Big Store.
NEW MEXICO HEWS!
BAMTA r 8.
From tht New Met lean.
Perly W'anon and wife, of Thornton,
are Exchange visitors. . While here Mr.
Waaon will look Into the matter of open
ing a stage line between thla place and
N. F. Cordova, depnty United States
marshal for Laa Vegan, In In the elty. He
brought In Harry Holt, B. i. Young and
wife and John Tonng from Red River for
business before the United States su
C. t. Hchenfeld, who has been Rio
(rrande section foreman here tor some
time, has been promoted and given
charge of the yards and construction
gang at Alamosa. He left for the scene
of his new labors Friday morning.
Captain W. H. H. James has received
orders from the war department reliev
ing him from duty with the National
Guard of the trirltory, and ordering him
to duty with Lin regiment, the Twenty
fourth Infantry, now near Curia. The
order was Issued upon the nrgent request
of the captain, made twice, and be In de
lighted at the p wpeot of active service.
'the Alhuqui :iine Commercial club
claims to have secured 10,000 acres of
lat: I tor the planting of sngar beeU In
tie vicinity of that town. The New Mex
ican hopes that this report Is true. But
the land, without tbe water to Irrigate,
Is of oo avail. W ater la king In New
Friday morning Sheriff Klnsell and
Deputy Sheriff Huber found the watch
that was stolen from llou. ,T. B. Catron
Wednesday night, secreted la a vacant
adobe building on lower Ban Francisco
street. Tbe watch was uninjured and
promptly turned over to Mr. Catron. The
theft wan committed by two men who
were released from the penitentiary on
Wednesday afternoon last.
From the Bee.
Mrs. Tommy Davenport Is borne from a
pleasant visit of several weeks wttb
friends at Rmwell.
W. W.Jones Is doing some surveying
tor Messrs. De Mler and Newconib In the
mountains adjacent to Las Cruces.
F. J. Kasley, superintendent of termi
nals at Tarupleo, Mexico, Joined Mrs. Kan
ley In Ban Mareial last Saturday. He Is
spending a brief vacation.
A. W. Sutherland, who recently gradu
ated from the Agricultural college at Las
Cruces, Is now with bis father In San
Mrs. C. K. Martin offers ber household
goods for sale, with a view of taking np
her residence In Old Mexico. Sbe will
depart about tbe SOth of July.
Wednesday evening, June 8, at tbe
home of the bride's mother. Miss Kditb
M. Clark was joined la wedlock to Mr.
Noah Darr, by Rev. A. U. Sutherland, In
tbepreseneeof the members of families
interested and a few friends of the bride
Last Saturday Donaldson Walker was
seeking signatures to a petition praying
Gov. Otero to grant pardon to Tom
Crow, sent np from Socorro county lees
than year ago to serve a sentence of
three years tor eattle stealing.
From the Optic.
Stella Brown was formally adopted,
Friday, la the probate court, by Joseph
I. Browu and wife.
Frank J. Thomas, brother of Mrs.
Harry Kelly, arrived from Topeka Thurs
day. Frank la an "old-timer," having
been In tbe employ of Gross, Blackwell
& Co. for a number of years.
Tlioe. Smith, ex-rhief justice of New
Mexico, who baa been In Las Vegas for
the past three days, left for Washington,
whither be goes to offer bis services for
the cause of Cubau liberty.
8. U. Klklns, present postmaster of
Columbia, Mo., and brother of Senator
Stephen B. Klklns, ot West Virginia,
passed through ou No. 1, Thursday, ou
bis way to Sauta Fe aud Cerrlllon, where
he Is looking after some mining Inter
ests In which be and his brother are In.
tereeted. Mr. Klklns bad pleasant chat
with bis old time acquaintance and
friend, Wni.G. Haydou, durlug the train's
Invitations are out for the marriage ot
Marie K. Stapp andHerbert O. Mllllgan,
at the borne of Mrs. J. C. Mllllgan, on
Thursday evening, June UUh, at 8:4S
o'clock. Both of tbe contracting parties
are residents of Laa Vegas, lnvltatious
are also out for tbe marriage of May
Howard and Charles WaUon, to take
place on the evening ot June 15th, at tbe
home of the bride's parents, Mr, aud Mrs.
J. M. D. Howard, of this city.
Hon bed the Oravs.
A startling Incident, of which Mr
John Oliver ot Philadelphia, was the sub
Jeot, Is narrated by him an follows: "1
was In a most dreadful condition. My
akin was almost yellow, eyes sunken.
tongue coated, pain continually In back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
lug weaker day by day. Three physic
lane bad given me up. Fortunately a
friend advised trying 'Klectrle Bitters;'
aud to my great joy aud surprise, the
tlrst bottle made a decided Improvement.
I continued their use tor three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my lite aud robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fail to
try them. Ouly fio cents per bottle, at
J. U. O'Kellly A Co.'s drug store.
Court of rrlvat Lui Claims.
At Friday morning's session ths argu
ments In case No. 17V, the Juan Bautlsta
Valdex graut In Kio Arriba county, Jose
Luis Valdex et al claimauts, were finished
and case wan taken under advisement by
the court. Judge Lauglilln appeared for
Cane No. 170 wan set for trial next
Thursday, June It). This Is the cane of
the Banguljuella graut ot 80,000 acres
located In San Miguel county, made In
lH'.y and claimed by Alexander Or re
lachowskl et al. This graut lies within
tbe La Vegas grant and the trial ot tbe
cause Involves the question ot tbe extent
to which the latter was eontlrmed by
congress. The claimants ot the Las
Vegas grunt claim that the confirmation
was tor shout oUi.uiO acres, while the
general laud olllce couteuds that title
was passed by the act ot congress ouly
to such lauds as bad been actually al
lotted, comprising only a few thousand
acres. Judge Laugliliu la the attorney
for the elaimauts ot the Banguljuella
At 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon case
No. 173, was taken np. This case Involves
tbe title to Kl Kuibudo graut ot ii,,t)
scree In Rio Arriba county, made la 1725,
Antonio Grlego et ftl claimants. Judge
Langhlln attorney for the claimants.
Tooiasa Tenorio de Qulntana et al,
town of Kl Rito grant, No 114, made to
Joaquin Garcia about the year 1801, by
Fernando Chacon, governor and captain
general of New Mexico. Petitioners
claim 23 square leagues. Claim rejected
and petition dismissed. Moye Wicks
attorney for claimants.
Jnan Nleto et al, claimants, Kl Terlo
grant, No. 81, mads to Cristobal Meto by
Pedro Rodrlguei Cubero, governor and
captain general ot New Mexico on the
loth day ot May, 1700; and by order ot
said governor, juridical possession of
which wan given to said grantee on Au
gust 1, 1700. Petitioners claim 0,0(0
acres; rejected and petition dismissed.
J. H. Partly attorney tot claimants.
Nepomercena Martinet de Aragon et
al, claimants, Kl Coyote grant. No. 24,
mails to one Martinet and one Madrid
about the year iH'iO, by the governor
and captain general of New Mexico,
Juridical possession was given about the
year 182a Petitioners claim 100 square
leagues. Claim rejected and petition
dismissed. Moye Wicks, attorney for
Court then adjourned until Monday
morning. New Mexican.
Is a good thing under some elrcu in
stances, and a business sometimes needs
a little tonlo just the same as a sick per
son. In order to create a little stir this
week, we bare started one of our record
breaking clothing sales and Invite all to
call In and see the line ot suits adver
tised la another column at $'.170 a suit.
They are worth a great deal more, but
we waut to Increase our sales and don't
mind sacrificing profits for a few days.
The Railroad avenue clothier.
The Clttzea's Soldier Describes tbe
Scene la tbe Big Camp.
Correspondence Dally Citlien.
Port Tampa. Florida, June 6, 1RV8.
We are now In Tampa and I will at
tempt to describe this soldier city to you.
The city is In possession ot tbe soldiers
and Is under martial law. The police
men have all quit aud there are guards
all over the elty; If you are caught with
out a pass, In town after 10 o'clock, Into
the guard bouse you go. The camps are
lined for nine miles along the bay, and
la one of the grandest sights I have ever
seen. There are forty thousand soldiers
camped here, and they got paid off tbe
other day. I have heard people talk
about the west In frontier days, but 1
don't think they were In It with Tampa
yesterday. One soldier pulled gun on
another and got bis gun taten away aud
bis head punched for his trouble.
Tbs regulars are One fellows and treat
the boys One. They fed as while here
or we would have been reoonccutrados.
Contrary to expectation there la plenty
of good water here.
Another Item, I have not been la the
guard bouse yet
George Armijo and I bunk together
and have lots of fun.
We call Ueye Album, the milkman,
Johnny Bell Baldy, he having got bis
bead shaved cleau.
It you write, enclose a little bottle of
milk In letter, I want to see what It looks
Tom Fennessy and Paul Warren fixed
a Chinaman who said he was In favor ot
Spain. Paul ban bis pigtail yet Paul Is
our postmaster here, and expects aa ap
pointment after the war.
Arthur Russell Is still dodging guard
duty and getting fat.
Frank Booth Is training down here; be
can't help It on the grub we get.
Staub Is our barber and la doing a
grand stand business; that Is, be was In
San Antonio, where we slept on the grand
stand. I dou't know how he will get
There are about ton regimeutal bands
here, and one ot them Is playlug now.
They are out of sight.
I'tneaples are tour oeuts apiece here.
uen. rseison A. allies reviewed us yes
terday, lie Is a flue-looking old man
with gray hair and weighs about
pounds. Ue rldss the Quest gray horse
I ever saw. Gahkikj.d,
Sheep Sanitary Hwwd.
The Territorial Sheep Sanitary Board
met at the olllce of Secretary Lucero, In
Las Vegas on Friday last. Tbe full
board which consists of Sol. Luna, of Los
Luua9; Wm. S. Praeger, of Roswell, and
Jose Manuel Gonzales, of Baca, Union
oounty, aud Secretary Antonio Lucero, of
Las Vegas, were present.
Tbe main business transacted was
auditing accounts and paylDg bills and
checking up the general routine of busi
ness that bad been transacted by the
secretary since the last regular meeting
ot the board.
Manuel 8. Pino was appointed sheep
Inspector for Socorro county, aud F. S.
Davidson for the northern halt ot Lincoln
county, after which the meeting ad
journed until their next regular, which
will be held ou ths second Thursday In
Miss Irene Watson, of Los Angeles,
will reach this city to-night, and on
Wednesday will be united In marriage to
Frederick Bletcber, of Bland, In this city.
Tbe following clipping gives the In
The Herald takes pleasure In announc
ing that the wedding ot Miss Irene Wat
sou, of Los Angeles, and Mr. Frederick
Bletcber, ot Hland, will take place la Al
buquerque next Wednesday, June IS.
Miss Watson Is a charming young lady,
the daughter of Mr. H. B. bliaw. of Hland.
and was recently here on a visit to ber
mother, but bad returned to Los Angeles
aisjui a moutn ago, Mr. (listener in one
of the pioneers of the Cochiti district aud
owns some valuable real estate aud min
ing Interests hers. He departs to-mor
row tor Albuquerque, where Miss Watson
will arrive from Los Angeles about Mon
For the purpose of participating In the
happy eveut, ur. aud Mrs. Blelcher,
father and mother ot groom, Normau L.
Bletcber, his brother, aud Mrs. Rose
Leouard, bis sister, are already lu Alliu
After ths wedding the happy couple
will return to Hland for a short time
and then visit theTraiis-MiHslselppi expos
ition at Omaha, to return and make
HI and their future home.
The Herald extends Its sincere best
wishes and congratulations In advance
to Miss Watson aud Mr. Bletcber.
Just received a large assignment of
One California Graps brandy, spring "V3,
which we will sell to saloon keepers at
2.43 per gallon. Original package, O.
COCHITI MlHimi HEWS.
Information Regarding Klnlog Oper
ation! in ih Goidea Cochins.
From Hland Herald.
A good sited force keeps at work on
the Lone 8tar mine, from which large
quantities of ors are being dally hauled
to tbe Bland mliL
George Ostrander was In from Peralta
canyon during the week and reports
mining over there brisk and many ot the
properties showing np welL
F. L. Frailer Is steadily at work de
veloping water and constructing well
made ditches for the proposed 2n0 ton
custom mill to be built at the Crown
Operations at the Albemarle mine go
bnslly on and tbe big mill It rapidly
nearlng completion. Development of the
mine Is constant night and day. The
new steam hoist Is finished and In readi
ness to be used In hoisting ore from the
drifts and bottom of the main shaft ot
Robert Hlndman, who, with John 8.
Neeland, ot Albuquerque, owns an inter
est In tbe group, Is prosecuting develop
ment work on the Miners Union and
Mogul, for which the owners have made
application for patent. The Miners
Union and Mogul are two valuable prop
erties, with large, well defined cropping
veins, and the present development Is
showing them np In line shape.
The Bland mill closed down late last
week to await the arrival of cyanide
which had been delayed la coming, but
Is again operating on full time, day and
night, with ths best of results. Iheex
celleut success ot ths Bland mill In the
treatment ot Lone Star ore and steadi
ness of operation should leave no doubt
In the minds ot tbe skeptical that the
ores ot the Cochltl mining district have
been and may be profitably treated.
A big rich strike was made on the Aunt
Betsy early In the week. The strike con
sists ot a targe body of qnartt containing
oxide la large quantities, and when ren
dered Into pulp and washed it pans long
strings of tree gold. The Aunt Betsy is
owned by Alex. Courad and James Sher
lock, and ia on tbe southern continuation
ot the famous Albemarle lead. At the
point where tbe Aunt Beley Is situated,
overlooking Peralta canyon, the vein
crops high above the ground and pos
sesses an average width of twenty feet.
This valuable property will soon come In
for extensive development, during which
It Is expected that big results will be
Harklea-s Araloa taUva.
Ths best salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Horse, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Horse, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refuuded. Price 86 cents
per box. For sale by J. H. O'Reilly &
Old Mat Good.
A young student away at college and
who was strictly la tbe push, wrote to
the old gentleman In thla way: "If yon
love me at I love thee send me fifty
seer Pa wrote back: "Tbe rose la red,
the pink Is pink; I'll tend you fifty, I
don't think." And be didn't.
luU r Court News.
Iu chambers on Friday, Judge McFle
heard arguments on a demurrer filed to
an answer la tbe receivership appoint
ment, la tbe cane of Newton 8. Finney
vs. tbe New Mexico Mining company
et al. lion. Matt 0. Reynoldi appeared
for Finney, and Judge Warren and A. B.
Renehan represented the interest of
Hutchinson et al, parties la the tult.
Because of the lack of funds, no juries
will be called at tbe June term of terri
torial court, which convenes on Monday.
Only such cases as cau be tried by tbe
judge will be called.
In the United States district court the
case against George B. Heudricks, justice
of the peace at Dolores, Indicted for fail
ure to certify to a marriage, on Thursday
evening was continued until Saturday
morning, and will be taken np at that
time. New Mexican.
A. II. Potter, with C. K. Atkins A Co,
Indianapolis, ImU writes: "1 bavs uever
before given a testimonial. But I will
say that for three years we have never
been without Chamlwrlaln's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy In the house,
sud my wife would as soon think ot
doing without flour aa a bottle of this
remedy in the summer season. We have
used It with all three ot our children and
it has never failed to cure not simply
stop pain, but cure absolutely. It Is all
right, and anyone who tries It will find
It so For sale by all druggists.
Ilruks la to School Houas,
Pete Smith broke Into the school bouse
In ward No. 2 last night, aud after
smashing up things generally, and tear
lug leaves from charts and books, started
moving things to bis residence, says the
New Mexican. Ue was raptured by City
Marshal Gallegos, while returning for a
second load, and taken to the city jail.
During the night bs set Ore to the jail
and wai removed from there to the coun
ty jail. He is supposed, to be of unsound
mind. Tbe value of the articles destroyed
was about 20.
War Prises oa Solid and Liquid Oroosriaa.
Fresh Kaunas eggs, per dot 15c.
Native eggs, per dot Joe.
Spring W Bourbon or Rye per bottle 7.w.
Clear syrup or New Orleans molasses,
per gallon 4."c.
Grape or Coguae brandy, per bottle. . 7e.
Best lye, four cans Tm).
Native wine, per gallon Too.
UihmI, strong, puis baking powder,
a lbs. for 2-'s3.
Cider or wine vinegar, per gallon. . . Hoc.
(Jisxl cigars, fifty In a box, per box.. 7oo.
Old Mause, best maple syrup, per
Hay aud gralu at lowest prices.
Sprlngar Cemetery Aeeoelatlon.
Cella Pascoe, Tenuis K. Codllu, J.
Frank Hutchison and John K. Codlin.
residents of Colfax county, New Mexico,
have organised the Bprlnger Cemetery
association, and filed articles ot Incor
poration in Secretary Wallace's olllce.
Objects of incorporation are to own,
maintain, operate and keep a public
cemetery; capital stock, flO.U).
"There's no use In talking." says W. 11.
Briatdwell, druggist, of La Cygue, Kan.,
"Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diar
rhoea Remedy does the work. After tak
ing medicines of my own preparation aud
those of others' 1 took a dose of Chamber
lain's and it helsd me; a second dose
cured me. Candidly and conscientiously
I can recommend It as the tmut tiling ou
the market." Ths A aud 60 cent sites
for sale by all druggists.
Tbe cycling season Is now opening and
the prevailing question Is, "Where can I
get the beet wheel for the niouev I care
to Invest?" Let us know your prloe. We
are certain to nave a wneej thai will ut
it. We have good wheels only, but have
many styles at many prioea. liana Co
It la a marvel bow
nrne nin w ill ri tlirir
live liy ahri r n'Blert
Tin v 'It cn aw av entirely
io'i. nf the rlnnrrr
ine tmon them Mrs
hn'dlv he mnde to re-
slirc lltat s little apitt
tei inp ap.uk of dii ne
vrliicli miirM be atnmn-
fl out In an lntant
mny mean death If it
ia allowed to keep on.
I 'y'pcpaia, con
. liver complaint
r A 7 . wreck the con.
.a 1 1 1 n 1 1 o n as
a n t e I v aa a
spark will blow np a krg of
it your nraitn la nnt atrrmB
and viRnroua it ia a ainiple
and aen-ible tiling to write to
nr. H. V. fierce, chief con-
stilting trivician to the In
valid' lintel and Kmiical
Inatltnte. of finflxlo, N. V., and nbtuin fiont
him and hia ataff nf eminent pecilit,
without chanre, profeaional adt ice which
will enable you to put your rontitntion on
a solid haaia of health and atrenith forth
with, before these ailtnrnt have a chance,
to reduce yott to a plirtcal a reck.
Dr. Pierce 'a Golden Mrdicul tiacovery Is
acknowledged s the moat wonderful med
icine ever devised for thoae diaeaaea which
are canaed by imperfect action of the liver
and digestive, oriiina.
Mr. P. M. Soblnett of Xenorhnn. Ifanenrk
Co . Tenn . aava In a letlet I. . 1 r Iv-re; " 1 ma
heartily recommett'l lr l't-ere'a Onlnen Medical
IHaeovery fcr lrt.lttrr.tion ami torpid liver
tried dllferent itnttoc with hot KMIe eeiill.
cntild ararcely eat anything -It would put me la
sitrh rtreaoful riirtrc. in mv stoma h. I had a
dull acMne pain in tnv -t.'marh and continual
hurtlnf b-nind mt lvil.lr,. h. late In my
a"1h. tonrir coated It.nwn, had latnt anella
wllh a tired w.wii-o.11 1,-,-ltna; I tn..k elerea
bntllea of CoMcn Mf'in"il ll.cnvrry' and re
ceived ffreat benefit. I am nw aMe to work. II
H had not lieen tht wou.leiful remedy I be
lieve I would I. Ie living to-day."
The mot difficult diaeaaea to rnre re
those which are affgravated by constipation.
In ench caaea lh Herce'a ricaa.tit Pellets
should be taken in conjunction with the
' Diacovery. " They never gripe. All good
dealers sell them.
Carpets at Ilfeld's.
Wall paper at Futrelle's.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Picture frames, W hltney Co.
Crockery end glassware. Whitney Ce
Fire, lira, fire sale at "The Fair Store."
Plumbing and gas fitting. W hltney Co.
W all patter at Futrelle'i from l.o,
per double mil and np
New line of white Kmpire fans just re
ceived at tbe Kconoiuist.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Hold avenue.
A complete line of children's low cut
shoes in stock at 81 in pier's.
Attend the special sale of shirt waists
at the Koonomist this week.
Latest novelties In pompadour aud side
Combs. RoHeuwald Brothers.
Read A. tonibarrin's advertisement and
take advantage ot the low prices.
If voo want anything In the binding
or job printing line, call at ThiCitixkn
Special sale on shirts, underwear,
ox, suspenders, at the Golden Rule Dry
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. He has tbe nloeet tretib
meats In the eltv.
Futrelle, corner Gold and First streets,
will sell you good wall paper at 12H
double roll and np.
Fresh vegetables, fruits In season,
poultry and staple groceries, at Bell A
Ca's, Second street.
Hot chile eon carne served every night
at the Paradise. Do not miss it. Bache
ohl A Oloml, proprietors.
An experience of years enable J. L.
Bell A Co. to furnish just what their cus
tomers waut. Orders solicited; free de
livery. "Here Is a leeeon that be who runs
may read; the man on the Col nut Ida la
always In the lead. ' $75 and tl'io. Uahn
J. L. Bell A Co., the grocers, successors
to V. F. Trotter, are prepared to furnish
everything In their Hue at the lowest
The best place for good, juloy steaks
and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
In a first class market, at Klelnwort s,
north Third street.
If you cannot find the goods at the
Koonomist It la no use looking elsewhere
Is the common expression amongst the
ladles of Albuquerque.
Always the first with newest novelties
in ladles' wear. Come and look at the
Dewey waist, only to be had at the
ttolden Rule Dry (loons company.
Dealers In Remington typewriters, the
standard typewriters of the world. Cau
supply business olllces with experienced
stenographers to fill permanent and tem
porary positions, at short notice, Uahn
Call at "The Oreen Front" shoe store
for children's aud nuisW sandals and
oxfords, black and tan, laUtet styles, 6 to
8, 85 cents; 8' to II, 0 cents; II1 tot
ft; ladles' oxfords, $1. W. Chaplin, pro
prietor. We would have no trouble with Spain
It she ouly realized the Immense strength
and resources of our nation. If you un
derstood our ability to provide for the
wishes of our patrons you would not go
elsewhere. Uahn A Co., N. T. Aruiljo
KdnrateVnur llonela Vtitn aaesreta.
t'un.ly t'litlmrtlr, cure coriNtlpitMon forever.
lOc.laVi. II CUC Ull. ilrumrisii, refund uiuimr
For next thirty days I will pay hlghes'
cash price for household goods of every
doMCrlntinn. Ikin't aell until von set to v
bid. t. A. Whittkn, lit (Mil avenue.
ileauly la lllood lt-r.
(Iran blood in. urn n cli ini kI.Iii. Xo
lieauty Hiliioot il. t (oM iir.-iH, I iinov t .itii.tr
tiu c I, mi ) ..ii r blood uml k. . ii i li un, l.y
uliniiig up the 1,,y liver uml drum nil im
Iiurilies li.ilil tlio body. lt,-Ktn to iliy lo
buiii. i pimple, I.miU, blotch,., 1,1;,, khcHd.
and tliHt ale kly lulu.ii complexion by taking
l aaearela, lnuly or ten rem a. All ili ug
giali, satisfaction guaranteed, loc, 20c, 6oc.
I J cree
I bV i
Stop buying other baking powder and uiing
tw9 teaspoonfuls to a quart of flour.
Use only ne heaping teaspoonful of Schilling's
Taki no Substitute For Tug "EAGLE 'BR AND
Thousands or Morulas Thstifv to its Superiority.
is? "jlfA Ar UCA ITU ffre
rve-e-iFsv fjLrM.in atnr rrri..
II'. n ul laiiMrtujlT.
KllBl Or Ui'BVtt'N
i'-HialiimU" ft. 1 1
tit mt Ji haritt.
r'vn aiif nriin ki.ln. ai.1
at w b r, m rrnaj in otibj biiii rr'HM w
1 mrt-l tr !, -
ak m lav, 11 1 l : NKll tii" oulT knotn rvii.
ua a atritiea uarMntf(irr uwnj riirnu
iz (or xuu. Or mail wod U TBtnxL imi ulntajlilt
Fur bale'at Walton'8 Druf Store.
COUERT A RICE, Prop'a
(St t'CKSSOSS TO O. SAt)AR ACCO)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A moat drlishtfitl rraorl, ahere all klnda of
drink- ami on ate aerved. I'lenty ol ahade
im .i,nmi.. wive ua a trial.
H. H. Warkontin
Albuquerque Bowling Parlors!
Cornet Klrst St. and Copper Ave.
Tht finest Rowling; Alleya In the Vmthweet.
Nice place to attend the evening,
Tne New Chicago
18 one ot the nicest resorts In the
city, and Is supplied with tbe
best and Quest liquors.
HE1SCH ft BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Ixslrtng Rooms by the day,
week or month.
809 Waat Railroad Avma.
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thlil Street aad fljeras Aveaae.
Atluntio Boor Hall I
aCHNEIDKR LIX, PBOPs.
Cool Kc Bear on draoehtt tbe Bneet Native
Wins and the very bast of Brat-tlaas
Uqoors. Ulve as a sail.
B Ait bo ad Ave proa, ALacoonotra,
A Koaat Flaaa.
G rand ft Parentl I from them we reap, Q
all kln.la of Llyuor., nD and cbea a
L ellable quality w get here, A
l to aril pure sooda la thelf df
A Iwaya cool and aharp.lheir Heer, O
T.. quite unequalled far Of nea I
laJohle Wine, all patrona rreet, rf
la Itnuorted and domestic, Stock completl-Ai
rkelicloue Cigar, too, here we (aln, Kl
choice flavors weobtali1!
Kiccilenl Koccia txith clean and neat, rr
. at SOW on South First Hire A
&tnut at Alrimiueruoe there are plenty t
wholavotWHANDK A PAHKNTl
Wholesale and Retail, from
iic to $4 per double roll.
1 APE 11 IIANGING
Good Work at Reaaonable
THE BEE HIVE
ill West Gold Avenue.
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP GOAL Beit Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Office ,
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. I64
Old Telephone No 25-
Leave ordenTrimblc's stables
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harness, Baddies, Badillerv,
bedillerv Hardware, Cut Holes, Bhoe
Nails, llanies, Chaina, Whips, Collars,
Hweat I'ads. Caetor OIL Axle Urease.
rkjeUin Coach Oil, Fnto Negro, Ruddy
liarveeter OU.NeatHfontOil, Lard Oil,
Harness Oil, Linseed Oil, Castile 8uap,
names hoap, carriage n pongee
Chamois Skin, Horse Medicines.
Prloo tlx Iiowaait.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Hides
Thos. F. Kelehor,
404 Railroad Atra. Albuqucrqus.
Buy or Sell.
ONK FOR A DOSE. I
Vtmnr Mnplta, rmaa
To t'urv l;oiil IpAlmn I oiftrrr,
Tiik r ire i:eta 'umlv t'attiartlo. loo or tee.
If (1 J. J. 1ml lo .lur, . di-uuu!ti refund uiuuey.
Have you seen the new oiUltarv button
belt at ths Kiwiioiiilstr
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co
NwfuAM CONDfN&ID Him CO. M-V. p
NlwVuea CUNMNMD Mil CO. NY.
Tht treat mmUM
- Mb I'll) tan, will quick If our
ul eVJI IK-a
l HI fflltT
alive oricaj't, But h aa Ioai Uauih..
lu lli. la. k,i
fUiilial jVtiiljM4l.,iiaL Kar,.iia Iw.uiaai
alaja ail 1 hy ttmf or lilsjl.t frtvenu qukj
liU-li If riutrt.w k1 It. in u. tB-iiiatrrrMe. au,
meirrr, SLanauiut liraiiiav Vftitrurai
urlna'v orar&iiaetl aui imiritlaav
torsi U bN-aunv nmtT Pf tn ftr trojM4 wtfk
aa wmm ir agati
't to otira bVUIkmsI an oiralsun. luuo imi
tr ta xwm uut wjatA ym
nil i o
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Cora lludali.u.j ll.e.ni.
SavaWtdhf WteuMllaO CoJ?aua,4a,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Authorised Capital ....iSOOrOOO.Oa
Paid np Capital, Bnrplna
and Profits tm.000 00
Ilia Bank of Commerce
""M roHanow atzunaaroai
Sallatt aMmala aatS oran
Tlaa.l.t.t with f
, a. Otbbo, Pr.rin.nt J. C. Baldbidbb. Lambs. W. C. Laoasan, Captts st
B. r. SoBorrBB, Vio-PrMldnl. A. Bibbbabb. BkMotaao Bra., Wool,
. Btbioblbb, Caabl. A. M. Bi.auiWBtx, Utob. BlaekvaU aj Cth, firaes s
U. J. SBBB.OB. AaalMant Caablst. W. A. Htl.iu, Wbolaaale DnnM,
I)opoItorj fop Atchison, Topeka k Santa. Fe Ballwa.
the ST. !EJIi3VEO
SAMPLE AND OIXTB ROOBT
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
HO Waat Railroad Av. Albaaart aa
JOHN WICK STROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquors and Gears, Imported and Domestic.
Served to All Patrons.
NO. 114 WEST HAILltOAD AVENUE
G. HENRY, M. 13
Stadaat or Dr. Phillip Rleord of Fraaca.
-JEIvila.llla o, Opooialtv.
TH1BTT-8H TBAB8' PBAOTICB. MS5 ONLY TlUUntU
?! enarntea In stmt ea andnrtakan whn a ears I prartlcabl and Btxalbls
Oooo.,lio.lrtandatrlrtat. cured with Ur. Klrorrl'. Krenrta Harnettl. Hcot
r771Pi'S3f1)rcn,dm,!0 TUKKK DAVS. NO cubkhs" SANDALWOOD OlfSSt
V.fi i.SS4 u'J''"""' ln- nlX emiaalon lnuanla. dMpoadanc.
raalcailv enred. K natl a mthnd nrartir.! in u.. J .1 - i , , '. .V '
eo.rMW ipatLnta nrcrrally enrd within th. 1
Hnllah, French, Herman. Polnh. Kuaalan and
i.llliS r f roiian. Kuaalan and
- ...- n.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Pronrlatar '
Iroa and Braes Oaai ina Ore, Coal and Lumbar Cars i Bhaftlng, PdUbts, Qrate Bars
Babbit Mstal I Colamna and Iron fronts for Balldinni Ks pairs oa
Mining and Mill Maehinery a BpeolaJty.
FOUNDRY; MQE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
GROSS' BLACKWELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Ginned Goods,
Kansas Gty Baking- Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vega and
(J lor Iota, New Mexico.
TOTI & G-IEODI,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND riUAiM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods. -
Sola Afjenta for San Antonio Lima.
Wbw TEleiibo. 47. 218. til AND 217 NORTH THIRD ST
kf COOL, I
Kala la W..r. I
llipa or Back. J
No Bodarttrap. I
W. L..TR1MBL.E & CO.
Lively, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Dctween Railroad and Copper Ave.
llorees and Malea Bought and Bxakaagad,
Aganta for Colnmbaa Moggy Comaaar.
Ttaa Beet Tarnouta la tha Cltr.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victorus
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale. i t t
Address W. L. TRIMBLE &
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & HOT HE, ProDS.
(SiMotwHors to ITraak U. JoniM.I
Bluest Wtlsiies, Imported md
Tie Coolest and Hlchest
Finest millurd Hall
Finest and IJcst Imiwrtal and Domestic Cigars
U. B. DEP031T0UT.
Depository tor th Atlantic St
Vauc and the Atchiaco.
Topeka A SnU Fe
OFFICERS IID DISKCTOBS:
at. W. rLOCBJJOT ....TloePretildect
k. A. KXKN ....Oanhlst
fBlKK MoKKK. . . . AssJseant CeAlet
A. A. S BAHT.
SB X 00.00000,
In Albaqaerqna. N. H,
a wo imvn LarrnH ov oausoM
a rnniiiu ; raaalllB
- iaaaiaaB Bkaaklaa,
nln y.an Cao'rV" w r cor b
alh.mi.7.r.... TkiI- V ' a J
Bohemian anoeen. mlaaaa aad Omm
. Niru w raionaiiw
210 Railroad Avenue,
Katoal Tolephona 1(3. llljaqnjrqne, I. M.
C0N Albaqnurane, New Mexico
Dcmestic Wines and Ccgntci)
Grade of Later Serves.
In the Territory.