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Is dim not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, bat also
to tli cure and -.kill with which It la
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all the Importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
(tannine Syrnp of Klf-a la manufactured
by tho California Fin Hritur Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
mint one In avoiding the worth 1i
Imitation mnnufactnrcd by other ar
tic. The high standing of the Cai.1
Kr!ia Fio Mtkup Co. with the medi
cal profeaalon, and the satisfaction
whirh the Ri nulne 8ymp of Fl(f haa
jriven to millions of families, makca
the nnme of the Company a (ruarunty
of the rxcrllcnca of Ita remedy. It la
far In advance of all other InxatWca,
aa It acta on the kMneja, liver and
lniwela without Irritating or weaken
ing them, and It doe not gripe nor
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TIIK rKKK LIST The free list of Tna
I itubn embraces Notices of Mirths, ktar.
rlngr-a. r unerala, Deaths. Church Services and
hutertatomenta where noadmlaatnn tsrhsrssd.
UUUUhM A McCKKItiHT,
Tha moat fasdnatlnt Inven
tion ol tha aaa. Alwavaready
to entertain. It requires no
kill tnoparata It and repro
. dues tha muato of bands, or
cheatraa, vncallata or lustra-
menial aniouta. "ini ia
i iwiihiii Ilka 11 for an even-
Inc's enlertalnmanl at home or In the social gain
crlnx You cun sin or talk to II and II will
rviinxlncs lmm"tlsuil and a ofteo aa desired,
I it her calht talktns; machine rerimrlnea
only records of cut and dried aublcta. specially
.ri'iinv in a Inlornlenr ; but th Uraphophone la
net llinlte1 toaiii h performances. OntheOrspho.
phone yeucaneju-llyniskeaud lu uuitlyreproduo
n cer.U ol the vohw, or any sound Thus II onn
siuntly atvnkrnanewlntwesland llaeharm taevar
rcli. Tlis reiroducUous are clear aud brilliant.
Grapnoptioues are sold Torsion
r1f.n"fr.rtnrw1 nntVr th rata-ntu of Tlrilr,
YM ftlM Mrt.'flt.llttttl. Olir MlBlillBlllllftll I
fjuurlrr. nf lint it rial t r 1 iking Mauihiuot t4
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FEATURES OF THB WAR.
Si mc of the Trials and Tribulations of
Hi i editor of the humorous literature
di'! irtmeut looked op wearily from bla
w.irk rh he hxurd a footfall oq bis tbrea
bold, and IiU gate fell upon a vlxltor wbo
burn th unrulritakable erldenoe ot wbat
th editor ao greatly feared. Kor weeks
tin editor bad been plunged Into a sea of
Joke', which be thought could not bare
been possible; yet they eontluued to flow
In upon blni.aad be was slowly but sure
ly realizing the horrors ot war.
Tli vlriitor roughed nervously, dragged
a Hiuitll boy out ot tbe shadow beblud
him, hIhi tiled foot or two, beeltated a
in.iiiieiit atid aM)ke:
"lo we" he began.
"No, air," snapped tbe editor, "we don't,
ami by Jove! I should tbluk that by this
thin" you would know better than to try
to hIiov an old rlieatnut like that la on a
rivill.ed rouiiutmlty. Why, we said that
In the heitd line In letters aa long ai
Jir h.ilr, the morn lug after ths scrap,
M n thmmaud Imitators bare followed
oi r i xuniplo. Aud not only that, sir, but
we ii.m't want anything about 'Dewey
.' no 'Dobe? lKint's ber nor 'Didn't
lie iieweyt up brown?' nor 'Dew-Dew,
ll'ickh-I.erry-Dewey,' nor 'Yankee Dewey
dlt Pew,' nor 'CUve the Spaniard bis
Dewey," nor 'We knew our Deweyty'
The vlnltor coughed again nervotwly
and slid up clone to the desk.
"l'oer man, poor man," be said, kindly
hi Hie hoy looked sorry.
' bat the" begun the editor.
"Kxi'UH lus," Interrupted the visitor,
aa the exonerated editor was about to
suy hat Dewey gave tbe Bpaulards at
Manila, "1 think you must be mUtakea,
1 w:ih going to say do we"
"And 1 aay dun't say it"' eiolaimed
hut the visitor would not listen.
"Do we, he perslnted, "do we go to the
tloor alcove or to tbe floor below to pay
for our subscription?" And the editor
tell helplessly across bis desk, laughing
hjMterirally. Washington Star.
Hates tu Omaba.
Tin' nmud trip, good for thlity days,
ce-N 1 The round trip good to re
turn until November IB costs $5d. Kor
fiiriln r pfirtlculars Inquire at the ticket
Ufliee. W. B. Tltl'LL, Agent.
At L. H. 1'utuej's corral this morning
there were fourteen wagons loaded with
sacks ot wool. The wool came from A. K.
kliera's ranch, was this spring's clip and
weighed In the neighborhood ot 40,000
JEW MEXICO NEWS!
From th Optic.
Ths betrothal of Mr. Ceclllo Rottenwald
to 11 las Hannchen, daughter of Rev. Dr.
B. A. Bonnbeltn. Is looked opon as one of
the social events In this community.
A committee consisting of Joan Bilva,
Bo ti If ado Locero and Clias. Uernandea.
were sent out Monday morning calling
upon the business men of the west side,
with the object of working up a big cel
ebration on tbe natal day.
A borne opera company In Albuqnerqne
Is treating the theater goers ot that city
to a rendition of the opera ot Krtnlnte.
Isn't It about time for the young people
of this eity to organise a home company
and put upon the boards something of
Recent letters from White Oaks tell of
a fearful thunder storm In that valley on
the Vih lost. I'i the flock of Juan Chav
es y llerera IMA sheep were killed, and
tbe herder was n ndered unconscious for
a halt hour or more from ths effect of tbe
tremendous electric ei plosions.
Home time between ten o'clock Sunday
nlgU and earl Monday morning, thieves
broke Into the klurpby Van Petten drug
stor -, on Sixth street, and stole about
1,(M el gars. A quantity of them were
afi rwards located by Policeman Mur
phy In a pile of rubbish In the rear of
Pace A bell's saloon on Railroad avenue.
Officer Murphy arrested three men on
susplcloa of being Implicated In the
From the Gleaner.
Mrs. Wilds and daughter. Bee, left on
Saturday last for Albuquerque, at which
place they will In future reside. We re
gret their loss from the community very
J. W. Ray was recently arrested tor
making a threatening display with a
sli shooter. He was fined $50 and costs.
which he paid, and the town of Gallup Is
that much better oft.
Mrs. J. P, Lanti came In on Sunday
morning last from Albuquerque and will
speud several weeks vlaitlng wlthtrleuds
here and at Wlngate. She Is being en
tertained hers by Mr. and Mrs. Bowie,
Tbe Misses Poyss, of Waco. Teiaa, will
be la Gallup about the 21st or 22nd of
this month. Intending, It they can get
pupils enough to justify them, to open a
Kindergarten school for the summer, be
ginning their term on June 27th. The
young ladles come to Gallup very highly
recommended. They have a number of
relatives living In Albuquerque and are
cousins of the lion. U. B. Kerguseon. Ws
trust a kindly reception will be accorded
them by ths mothers of Gallup and that
they will be successful In obtaining a
sufficient number of scholars to justify
them to remain here.
From the Cresset.
Mrs. J. L. Dillon Is dangerously 111 and
a message has been sent for ber mother,
Mrs. Reeves, at Stonewall.
tlarvey Finch has purchased the
Moreno hotel at KUtabethtown and same
will begin business nuder new manage
ment next week.
Paul Kelly aud James Livingston were
over from the Ponll Park on Tuesday.
Mr. Kelley has recently returned from
Gallup, N. M., and will begin develop
ment on some of his claims In two or
Fiom San Juan Times,
At the school electiou, II. C. King, W.
K. Paxton and R. 11. McJunkens were
chosen as directors to serve one year.
W. A. Hunter is in receipt of a letter
from C. K. Stivers stating that he aud his
family are located at Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, where Mr. Stivers has a position
on a dully paper.
Scott N. Morris returned last Friday
from his trip to tbe southern part ot the
territory, and departed Sunday morning
overland with bis outilt tor La Lux, Dona
Ana county, this territory, where he bas
a contract to put In 6n,0oo ties for the Kl
Paso and White Oaks railroad.
From the Ssn Juan County Index.
W. G. Black has been appointed by the
county commissioners as justice of the
peace for tbe Jewett-Krultland precinct
Ths Index can certify that not all the
pears around Axteo were killed by ths
late front. Tbe writer went through
George Leeper's orchard ths other day
and there saw trees heavily laden with
flue looking fruit. These trees bore last
year for the first time. This year ths
yield Is so heavy that some ot the fruit
will have to be knocked off to protect the
CAMP riK ,
Pleasant Galharlog at IbeHoiueaf Tbos.
Last evening the ladies ot the Woman's
Relief Corps aud a number ot war
veterans aud Invited guests met at the
hospitable borne of Inns. Ldierwood, In
south Albuquerque, aud several hours
were spent In social chat; war stories,
songs and cheerful amusement. The
mess table fairly groaned with good
things, giving convincing proof that
Mrs. laberwood would make a popular
commissary In the army. One of the
features of tbe evening was the chang
ing of ail the old war songs to a Cuban
setting. "Marching Through Georgia" Is
now ",Tramplng Through Cuba," and
the word rebel Is being entirely wiped
out of the Graud Army war songs. Mr.
Isherwood Is a native of Boltou, Kuglaud.
but has resided In America so many
years that he Is a patriotic clticen ot the
great republic Captain Whltcomb, Major
Armstrong and "Dad" Butler, three of tbe
youngest old boys lu the city, helped
make the eveulug's entertainment a com
Hulphur'a Keaort Opan.
The famous Sulphur springs health re
sort Is now opened up lu Due shape tor
the present season. The hotel and place
geuerallyhave been thoroughly renovated,
Kaon room of the hotel is nicely fur
u lulled with Iron bedstead, carpets, rugs,
etc., and will lie found to be a great
Improvement over the coudltlons of
last seaiMin. The itiulug room would
be a credit to the Unset metropolitan
hotels, Manager Spader taking particular
patua to please the patrous of the
resort In this respect. Tbe charges
are very reasonable fora place of this kiud
aud cannot but meet with approval.
In fact, the Sulphur springs of to-day is
quite a different place compared with
the Sulphur springs ot last season, aud
the large crowd that will visit ths cele
brated health resort this enmmer will
have no objection to register against the
service and accommodations received.
M. S. Otero, owner, and eon, Kred., and
C. K. Spader, manager of the reaoit, are
making a number of Improvements about
the place and are prepared to arcemmo
date any number of guests. Go to Hul
phnr springs to spend your vacation and
regain your health. There is no place
like It la the country.
The above Is from the Bland Herald,
and refers to one ot ths popular resorts
np In the Naclralento mountains. The
Sulphurs are closely adjacent to fl rat
clans trout fishing mountain streams,
aud will no doubt be visited by a large
number ot tourists this season. Kor par
ticulars call at W. L. Trimble ft Co's.,
and while there purchase a ticket, via
Thornton and Bland, for this well known
Rev. P. A.SImpkin, the Congregational
minister at Gallup, returned west last
Kxeelslor Lodge, Degree of Honor, will
meet this evening at 7:43 o'clock. By
order of the C. of II.
Judge H. B. Hamilton, who was at Lea
Vegas on business, passed through the
city for Socorro last night.
Louis Baer, a member ot the local
board of strategy, has returned from a
trip to Las Vegas on a wool purchasing
The Alnmnl association failed to have
a quorum at Its meeting last evening,
and so all business was held over for
some future meeting.
Adolpb Sellgman, merchant of Santa
Fe, passed through the city last night for
Santa Rosalia Springs, Me i loo, where be
will enjoy a vacation of several weeks.
Mrs. K. C. Thomas and two daughters,
who were hers the past two weeks stop
ping at Lou Davis' on North Second street,
left on their return to Chicago last night.
Brother Gabriel, principal ot the boys'
school at Bernalillo, accompanied by
Brother Peter, cams In ftrn the north
last night, and put np at the Hotel High,
Dr. W. P. Washbtirne and W. B. Masser.
two eastern health seekers who have been
sojourning In this city the past winter,
are now on a visit to the territorial
Col. Walter G. Marmon, of Laguna, wbo
will go to the Cochltl mining district to
finish np some surveying for the govern
ment, came In from the west last night
and is at Sturges' European.
Joe Howe and James Lee have returned
from their apple selling expedition to the
Chama country. They met with good
success, having disposed of all their
apples at a price as high as f 1.50 per box.
J. W. Uampson, well-known cattle
raiser in Arlxona, went north yesterday
afternoon with a train load ot cattle for
Kansas points. He Is a brother ot Joseph
U. Uampson, the railroad owner and con
tractor. H. W. Kelly, the popular junior mem
ber ot the wholesale grocery establish
ment of Gross, Blackwell A Co, came
down from the north lait night, and Is
mingling with bis many Albuquerque
T. J. Curran is In Sants Fe, as tie
guest of lion, and Mrs. Amado Chaves.
He was there as a witness in the bearing
of tbe Albuquerque Land A Irrigation
company, which should have come up
before Judge McKle yesterday, but which
was postponed on account of rush of
United States cases.
Miss Winifred Shuckhart, who has
been In tbe city tbe past year aud who
took a leading part In the opera Kr
mlule, left last night on a visit to ber
parent, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Shuckhart,
at Fulton. A number of friends were at
ths depot to see the young Ia1y safely on
tbe train and to request an early return
to this city.
Dr. J. P. Kaster and K. K. Ives, the for
mer ot Topeka and the latter of Kansas
City, passed through the city last night
for Silver City. The doctor Is the chief
surgeon of the Sauta Fe railway, while
Mr Ives Is a member of the Santa Fe
railway hospital board. They will re
turn Saturday evening, aud from here
make a trip over the Santa Fe Pacific.
HTUBHXB" If HO I' KIN.
0. B. Gillette, Jr., Will T. Williams.
Silver City; J. S. Van Doren, Biuswater;
Walter li. Murmou. Laguna; A. J. ileu
derson, Winslow; H. Bert Kills, Los An-
f;elee; K K. lvss, Kansas City i A. 8 wear
uger, Winslow; J, P. Kaster, Topeka; N.
L. rlplesberger, Chicago; K. F. Smith, Ash
Fork; H. Kuciel, Frank Georges, Win
slow; A. T. Brown, C. ii. Browu, Collins,
Colo.; F. A. Fletcher aud sou, Chicago;
K. C. wheeler, llillslioro; W. K. Koch,
Sliver City; J. A. Terrell, Clifton; J. W.
Uampson, Kansas City.
K. A. Mlera, Cuba, New Mexico; W. A.
Wilson. Kansas City; H. F. VWIxou. To
peka; C. 8. Moore, Golden; G. D. Boyd,
Mark I-arvlis, Las Vegas.
8. R. Manning, Toledo, Ohio; Chas. Mc
Phedrau, Chicago; Mrs. Cellia, Califor
nia; D. P. Henderson, Lamar, Colo.; J. (J,
Mcl.all. Wiuslow; J. T. Kskridge, Deuver;
S. V. Dodge, Katou; Ira hlaUm, Las e
gas; K. P. Chllds and wife, K. S. Hart.
Pueblo; D, Killntt, Las Vegas; Brother
(iabriel. Brother Peter, Bernalillo; John
Noble aud wife, Winslow.
The Commercial Club held Its annual
meeting and election of olilcers last even
ing. Nearly llfty regular aud associate
members were present. The financial
statement of the club was read showing
it to be In prosperous condition. Besides
paying all expenses contracted during
the year the old Indebtedness bas been
considerably reduced. New directors
were elected to serve for three years as
follows: Noa Ilfeld, Louis Baer aud K.
P. Hall, ODioers elected to serve tor one
year: 0. N. Marron, president; F. W,
Clancy, first vice president; R. P. Hall,
second vice president; W, W. Flournoy,
treasurer and A. K D. Carscallen, secre
tary. Wbat a Oraphopboaa Iloas.
A Graphophone will make your home a
happy oue, tor it Is always ready to en
tertain. It will reproduce the music of
bauds, orchesti as aud soloists, Vou cun
have music of any kiud at any time, ami
need uo skilled performers to render It.
The music Is there, the record that will
set the waves of melody lu motion agalu
whenever you touch the button, on a
Graphophone too you can record your
owu voice or music or any sound and re
produce them immediately. These varied
and wonderful powers make the (irapho
phone a marvelous eiitertulner for the
home. Graphoiilioiies can be bought for
$10 and up. VI rite for catalogue 30 to
the Columbia Phonograph company,
720 ti Olive street, St. Louis, Mo,
COURT OF MUTATE LARD CLAIMS.
Tkrce Grants Stat Glimmering lata
Tbe court met at 10 o'clock Monday
morning, at Santa Fe. Present, Chief
Justice Read, the judgei and nfllcers of
The following proceedings were bad:
Jesus Crespln et at. vs. United States,
Crlstoval Crespln grant No. 23X The
title asserted to the said tract ot land Is
alleged to have been granted to Crlstoval
Crespln and Nicholas Griegn, by Juan
Ignaolo Flores Mogollon, governor and
captain general of New Mexico, on the
2'.Hh day of August, 1714, and revalidated
to them by the same official on November
', 1715 and juridical possession of which
Is alleged to have been given said
grantees on August 81, 1714, by Sebas
tian Martin, alcalde mayor and war cap
tain, was rejected by tbe court. Tbe
claim la located In Santa Fa and Rio
Arriba counties. Messrs. Catron A Gort
ner are the attorneys tor the claimants.
Bernardo de Salasar vs. United 8 la tee,
No. 235, Antonio de Salatar grant, situ
ated In the county of Rio Arriba, and
claimed tor 2,ooo acres, granted to An
tonio de Salasar aud bis brothers by Don
Juan Ignaclo Floras Mogollon, governor
and captain general ot New Mexico, on
August 2t, 1714, aud juridical posee.wlon
of which was given on August SI, 1714,
by Sebastian Martin, chief alcalde and
war captain ot the new town ot Santa
Crux, was found to be ot no validity and
rejected by the court. C. A.Spless.attor
ney for claimants.
No. 3o3. Juan Ramon Duran vs.
United Slates, Juan de Ullbarrl grant,
situated In the county ot Rio Arriba, New
Mexico, made to Sergeant Juan de Ull
barrl, Bartolome Lobato, Matiaa Madrid,
Joseph Madrid, Sebastian Duran, Simon
de Cordova, on the 22d day ot February,
1710, by Admiral lton Joeepb Chacon,
Medina Salatar y Vlllaaenor, Marques de
Penuella, governor and captain general
of New Mexico, was rejected by the court.
Catron A Gortner for claimants.
Court adjourned until S In the after
MIIS. LUCY GOODWIN
offered fonr years with female trou
bles. Hhs now writes to Mrs. IMnkhara
of ber complete recovery. Bead ber
DtAa Mrs. riKKRAat: I wish yon to
publlah what Lydla E. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound, Sanative Waah
and Liver Pills
have dona for
for four years
doctor aald I
had falling of
the womb. I
all-gone feelings, palpita
tion of tha heart, bearing-down sensa
tion and painful menetruatlon. I could
not stand but a few mlnutea at a time.
When I commented taking your med
icine I could not alt up half a day, but
before I bad used half a bottle I was
up and helped about my work.
I have taken three bottles of Lydla
E. rtnkham'a Vegetable Compound and
used one package of Sanative Waah,
and am cured of all my troublea. I feel
like a new woman. I can do all kinds
of housework and feel stronger than I
ever did In my life. I now weigh 131 J
pounds. Before using your medicine 1
weighed only 108 pounds.
Surely It Is the grandest medicine for
weak woman that ever was, and my
advice to all who are suffering from
any female trouble la to try It at onos
and be well. Your tuedlolne baa
proven a bleaalng to me, and I cannot
praise It enough. Mra. LUCT QooDWiv,
Holly, W. Va.
Is a good thing under some circum
stances, and a business sometimes needs
a little tonic just the same as a sick rer-
snn. In order to create a little stir this
week, we have started one of our record-
breaking clothing sales and invite all to
call In and see the line of suits adver
tised In another column at IU.75 a suit
They are worth a great deal more, but
we want to Increase onr aales aud don't
mind sacrificing profits for a few days.
The Railroad avenue clothier.
Try aohllUaCs Bast law aa4 bakta- aaaaas.
Tft Cure f'onatlpation forever.
T.1K1 ' iKf'rets Cnncvt uth. 1 ' or CA&
ft ii 1! il full tocure. drumi-;, r fuu luii.uuy
War Prleae aa Solid sad l.lqald Orooarlaa.
Fresh Kansas eggs, per dot 15e.
Native eggs, per dot 2ic
during Vi Buurbon or Kye per bottle 7oc.
Clear syrup or New Orleans molasses,
per gallon 45c.
Grape or Cognac brandy, per bottle. . 7rs,
Best lye, four caus 2oc.
Native wine, per gallon 70c.
Good, strong, pure baking powder,
a I ha. for 2.V.
Chler or wine vtuegar, per gallon... 8oe
GisnI cigars, llfty In a box, per box . . 75c.
Old Mause, best maple syrup, per
liny and gralu at lowest prices.
A. II. Potter, with ('. K. Atkins A Co..
Iuillanapolis, Did., writes: "I have never
before given a testimonial. But I will
say thut tor three years ws bavs never
beeu without Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy In ths house,
aud my wife would as soon think of
doing without Hour as a bottle of this
remedy in the summer season. We have
used It with all three of our children and
It has never failed to cure not simply
stop pain, but cure absolutely. It is all
right, and anyoue who tries It will Hud
it so. ' For sale by all druggists.
Kaalars Suuimar Kaaorta.
Tickets are now ou sale to the resorts
of Michigan, New York, Peunsylvanla,
Virginia and other eastern states at
greatly reduced rates. W. B. Trull,
Kiliuate Vnur llnwrla Willi
llk .w. It U.C.C fall, druif.f tit rt'f uiul uiuiio'
Is the strictly pure extract ot malt and
not a strong, dark beer like other so
called malt extracts. Mall-Nutrlne Is
fircpared by ths famous Anheuser-Busch
trewlng Ass'u. which fact guarantees
the purity, excellence and merit claimed
No To Hitii for I lly t xiit.
: r. ;iiiOm O ioIkio liahlt cur". ir,ulc weak
luvl, -tlrul.a, bluoO ieuru. buc.lt Aliilruaiau
The newest addition to Indies' wear Is
ths red, white and blue, I)ewey waists,
mails of tine Japanese silk, to be had
only at the Golden Rule Dry Goods com
pany. Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co
Flour mattlug. Wbltuey Co,
The cold chills of
fear ma up and down
the back of the brave!
man when he lonta
dovm the bar
rel of a death
eheatrr In tha
banda of a man
Kvery taonr snd evei
mlmita men faca drat
In a mora freqnent am
equally certain form
death In tha gtii-e of
thst nesnlieat enenr
of mankind con
aamfitlon. Out of
all tha tens of thou-
aanrla who yearly
die from couanmption
oS par cent, could be
Saved. Dr. Fierce 'a CoMrn Medical Dla
every la an almost atifailioe; enra If
taken in tha earlier aia-ra of the diaeaae.
It will core conanmption ami all allied ilia
eaava, aa bronchial, tliront and naaal aflcc
Mona. It curea by aroint; to Brat principle.
A man'a body starves a Ions time bef(re
consumption attacks hitn. The tlaaiiea of
bla Innga starve for lack of sufficient nottr
lahmsnt. They become Inert and half
dead and thea era attacked by the haccilli
of conanmption. Ths "Golden Medical
IHaooyery " reatores the hm lot appetlte
It strenaTthens the weak atomach and cor
recta tha Impaired dipe-tlon; it promote
tha flow of diaeatlve juices and facilitate
th assimilation of the life yivinf elements
of the food into the biooil. When th
blood Is par snd rich, old inert tiasnes are
torn down, carried off and encreted, and
new, healthy, muscular tiaanes replar
them. It allaya inflammation of the mu
cous membranes, soothes th couh, fa
cilitates expectoration, and deepena tha
breathing, supplying the system with a
much needed stock of osyiren. It drive
ont all Impurities snd discs terms.
Medicine dealers sell it.
" I was Srat taken neatlv two yearn ayn wttb
cboklna and a-Mn In mr throat." wrilf, Mn
I) 7. Miwe. of Iteming f'.rnnt t o N M-alco,
' I took evervlhln 1 cmM tlitnk of and "pent a
great deal of mowv T'tt-e d xfora trrnlM me.
Mt throat ulcerated anil I l,it mv voi.-e I
cuotd scarcely ta'k The ilwtor called th
trrmliie bron. hist affection, and a.itd the larvtts
was badly aSett-d I wia aliret dead wilh
Conanmption My aelithlxtra Himia-ttl t would
not live a month. I o-ttn t.ilcln nr. nrrce s
(ioldrn Mrdlral IH-cnvrnr. I'"rmn the firt, I
Commenced to Improve and now ha'-e sN4
health aa ever I owe rn V life l' I it fierce. '
Carpets at Ilfeld 's.
Wall paper at Futrelle's.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Picture frames. Whitney Co.
frooksryand glassware. Whitney Co
Fire, fire, lire sale at "The Fair Store."
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Wall paper at Futrelle's from l.n,
per double roll and np
New line of white Kmplre fans Just re
ceived at the Kconomlst,
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Gold avenue.
A complete line nf children's low cut
shoes In stock at Slmplor's.
Attend the special sale ot shirt waists
at ths Kconomlst this week.
Latest novelties In pompadour and side
eombs. Rosenwald Brothers.
Read A, Lombardo's advertisement and
take advantage of the low prices.
If von want anything in the binding
or job printing Hue, call at TiixCirixxN
Special sale ou shirts, underwear,
sox, suspenders, at the Guidon Rule Dry
Look Into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. He 1uts the nicest fresh
meats In the cltv.
Freeh vegetables, frnlts In season,
poultry and staple groceries, at Hell &
Ca's, Second street.
Hot chile con came served every night
at the Paradise. Do not miss It. Bacbe
chl A GiomU proprietors.
Seethe beautiful boys' wash stilts at
II f eld's. They are jnst the thing tor the
little fellows. Price from 50c up.
Ladles, show vonr patriotism and buy
a red. white and blue Dewey waist, only
at the Golden Rule Dry Good company.
An experience of years enable J. L.
Bell A Co. to furnish jiist what tlielr cus
tomer want. Orders solicited: free de
livery. "Here Is a lesson that he who runs
may read; ths man ou the Columbia Is
always In tbe lead. ' 175 and tlZb. llahn
J. L. Bell A Co.. ths grocers, successors
to F. F. Trotter, are prepared to furnish
everything In tlielr line at the lowest
Purchase your tickets for a trip In the
famous Hulpliur hot springs Iroiu W, L.
Trimble A Co.'s. Hi 7 will give you all
The beet place for good, juicy steaks
and roasts aud all kliels of incuts, kept
In a flrwt class market, at Klelnwort a,
north Third street.
The very latest. A camera complete,
with one plate holder, for ilM. The
Kureka Jr. Kastmau & Co 'a make, at
Brockmeler's, a line instrument.
Always ths first with uewest novelties
In ladles' wear. Come and look at the
Dewey waist, only to be hud at the
Golden Rule Dry Goons couipuuy.
Just received a large alignment of
fins California Grape brandy, spring 12,
which we will sell to saiooti keepeie at
I2.&5 per gallon. Original package. O.
Bachechl A 8. Gloml.
Dealers In Remington typewriters, the
standard typewriters of the world. Can
supply business olllces with experienced
stenographers to till perinui'eut aud tem
porary positions, at short notice, liuhn
Call at The Green Front" shoe store
for children's and misses' sutidsls aud
oxfords, black and tan, latest styles, 0 to
H, 85 cents; H4 to 11, t-J rents; II'-,' to 2,
f 1; ladles' oxfords, $1. W. Chaplin, pro
prietor. We would have no trouble with Hpaln
If she only realized the Immense strength
and resources of our natl'iii. If you un
derstood our ability to irovMs for the
wishes of our patrons you would not go
einewiiere. iiiinu , uo., ft. 1. Armijo
A Touaer Hal.
All the beautiful line of pants we are
selling at $:i.50 a pair thli week. They
are worth f (XI to i'l.mi and we have
them iu all styles ami sires. vVo guar
antee them the bigxeet bargain evei' sold
lit that line In Aliiuiieriue.
Miiun (-' mis,
The Rallrond Avenue ( luitiler.
Cbsap Itatea to Wa-liliiKtoii.
On July 2, 3 aud 4 tickets will be
sold tu Washington and return fur i'il.1".
Passengers mtint leave the same day
ticket Is purchased, and returning may
leave Washington any ility between July
8th and loth, provided, however, that by
depositing tickets with ami pitying fee
ot DO cents to the Joint agent at Wash
ington ou or before July 1J, li'' an ex
tension of limit will he "junto I, enabl
lug holder to leuve W aldington us lute
as August 81, IV.iS. No stopovers will
be allowed In either direction.
W. K. I lit l.l., Agent.
For next thirty duvs I will puy highest
M.k t.l,u. I,.. I.,.,..l...l.l ...Ij
Ulliv IUI lloiir-T-oi.K, K"" "I en, j
dsmriptiou. Don't sell until you get my
l.tji , U . 1 , .
uiu a a, nniiir.,1, 11 mini uveiiun.
Have you seen the new military button
belt at the K00110111M?
4 r -i. '
1 urn rt mtiii mi
tltl. CV 11 liKN'h U t r . Mil kii'iwn
4 writ I-a niri4'ittsB,v-(ni'vi in nt-y n-iiirii,
VAT X '-t
I'll , I E a
fl sjtrORC ana AFTER
i 4 MM, I . a.tM b 1 maul pi. au t VHai tannic mua imaitwiMti
For Sdlo at Waltoifn Prat: Ntore.
COBCRT & RICD, Prop's
(aei i yaaoaa to o. badaracco)
On Mountain Road Near tha City
A moat rlrlightftil rraort, where all kinds of
drink, and uiimo) arc served, I'lcnty of ahade
for viaitora. Oiv tia a trial.
H. H. Warkontin
Albuquerque Bowling Parlors!
Cornet First St and Copper Art.
Theflnest Bowline Alleys In the ftonthWMt
ISlc place 10 spend the cvcnlna.
Hal 00 n attached.
Trie Flew Chicago
18 one of ths nicest resorta in the
city, and Is supplied with tha
best and finest liquors.
HBISCH 4 BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Rooms by tha day,
week or month.
809 Waat Railroad Avanna.
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thltd Ntreet sad rijeraa Aveaae.
Atlantic Boor Hall!
acHNUDKR LIX, Props.
Cool Kt Bf on dnwahtl lb 8nst Nsttv
Win and tbe very bt ef &m-las
Liquor. Olv as a aU,
ailsoao Avaaca, ALBConnooa.
Grande A Parent! I from them srs reap, T
all kin, la nf Liquors, tin and cLaal
Reliable quality w set here. y
to sell pore goods Is tbstf IdeV
A lvrays cool and aliarp, their Iteer, t)
f . , .. quite unequalled hu Of Bl
fj obi wine, all patrons meet, XT
Is Imported and domestic, a Stock eompletlJf
Delicious Cuisrs, too, here we fain, wf
E choicest Savors w nbtal is
icellent Roasts both clesn and neat, rp
at Sov on Boulh first Hire X
&tbos at Albnqtieriiiie thei are plenty
Haa Moved to...,
210 West Gold Avenue
Wall Pnper at lOo per Roll.
, Horrtvr at 25c.
Queen Iloo Mixed Paints
$1.25 per Gallon.
Painting and Paper Hanging
At RRAS0NABLR PRICKS.
A rood chance to Paner and Paint at
a small cost.
Buy of SetL
ONI FOR A DOSE.
Annual Subscriptions to
Standard Magazines are
offered as prizes for saving
the wrappers from
DIAMOND O SOAP
Kxplanation on each wrap
per the best laundry soap
for sale by all grocers.
"There's no tine In talking," says W. II.
Rroadwell, dniKKUt, of La Cjgne, Kan.,
"t'lianiherlain's Colic, Cholera and Iiiar
rhata Remedy does the work. After tak
ing medicines of mv own preparation and
those ot others' I took a dose ot Chatntier
Iain's and It helped me; a second dose
cured me. Candidly aud conscientiously
I can recommend it as the beet thiug ou
(he market." Ths 2S and 60 cent sites
for sale by all druggists.
Kaeursloos So th Facia Coast This
Ths Santa He will sail cheap excursion
tickets to U8 Angeles. Ban Diego. Ra-
doiido Reach or Bant Monica during
.lime, July and August. The summer at
the seaside is not ouly cool and delight
ful, but It Is a moet beneficial change
from the high altitudes of New Mexico
There Is 110 finer summer resort In the
world than Coronado Reach, and In the
Hummer one can stop at this beautiful
place at uo greater eipense than at ordi
nary placed, and at leaa than half what It
coets at Atlantic coaet resorts.
Vua't 1 ba-ro Kf.it sad kaiuks tuar I -lis laa.
To quit toiavco easily snd forever, b mil
st tic. lull of l.fu. uurvs and vltfur, lab Ko-To
Uuc, tits w.itiuVr worker, thst makes weak Die a
atroun All druxirlau, toe or II. Cursgiisrao
tcd Ilooklel and bh tuple fr. Addrea
burling Ksuiedy c, Cbluswo or Nsw Yor
The Santa Ke I'aoille railroad will sell
tickets to Los Angeles, Hauta Monica.
Rcdoiiita and Hau liiego at the rate ot
tlo for tint round trip, three times each
month during June, July aud Auguet.
i hexe tiekets will have a limit ot ninety
day ami require continuous passage
Mint of Han Kaniadino In each direction,
went of there they will permit stopovers
at the paneeuger's pleasure.
liutea of sale are June 1, IS, 2tf, July
2, l i, Zl, AugUHt a, 17, 81.
W. li. Tkoll, Agent.
lllcyt'les sold, rented, repaired, euam
pIhI - In fact, all and every kiud of wheel
work tlone at Rrockmeier's promptly, by
mi 1 o
. runij in mood, aW
A "'ml ol tha bovnla each 4.r la a.. --arr
fyrbo.uu. Tli-a.llhavsrlp.s-ei.'..n, Tuaoa
llrS '."V "'" '" asaiPla fro., or fill hoi lu
-- arsaalass. Da. BOMNaO CO. Pall. fa.
r H-IK'd l!) Mli Will Mutt at I 7 VUlm VlHl ll 4Ml Uf-a
i, n,.' a;, in rtaiivt (irwvnk, an. b m t.umt MnutM
lis, I too 1 - , ... inii ai r iiiiasKMii, v,r villi. I 'sfIHI
s, I iilhnne l Wrry, KlliiilJnf j1 irftlua, VevrWsrwlej Ka
iti n. 1 1 ' tt'l ly iIa tr tilffhl, fratvaftit qukr-kf.
1. v l.jrg.', V hl. li f in). chHs-k il li'-v.in Ui Hpruiat(rrtiiiaa tii
r. i'.!-i.f Impoli-ni')'. 4 I' PI m t- rUmuM Ua Hm, U4
l rth'l th" iir.mtry ontmitM i UuiujlUs
. - lial Wetat l)fKlaV
1 i.v ( ih hii HUsw ntnotT PT Mnt ftf trrKThlaxf tjrtT
rvnttHir to rir iiihhH (MMraUiiaiA. waJViMtliniiiilv
M an uost-aj (ri- uu mumn i
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthotiaed Capital ....1500,000 00
Pald-np Capital, Bnrplna
and rroata 1 174-000 00
'XTf a Ta.
Ita Bank of Commerca
SuiH SenaaU s Oaat
a vnt r
' Oraao, Prasldsnt J, C, Bai.nrra Lnmbar, w.C. Laoaaaa, Cattu. i
B, P, Boeurraa, Vtce-Prwldant. A. Btasaaaa. Btoamana Bros, Wool.
. Braicai aa. Cashier. A, M BLAOBW81.L, tiros. BlachsrU At Ce., Oroe
B, I. Kaaaaoa), Assistant Csshlar. W. A, aliwxt, WholassJ Drueeu.
Depoaitiry for AtfLinon. Tr peki k SanU Fe lUllwa.
tdscei ST. jEJIjIVEO
SAMPLE AUD CLUB 110021
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BAK1SETT. Proprietor.
110 Waat Railroad Av Albaajvfjpca.
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquor and
NO. 114 WEST UAILUOAD AVENUE
G. HENRY, IVL. 13
Student of Dr. Phillip Rieord f Frnnaa.
Oxrjlxllls o Opoolaltv
THIHTT-8U TBAB8 riUOTlCB. 1U8 ONLT TBXATID.
ranttwd In every eaa andartskra when ear I pranlcabl aad possible
lies sod stridor utdl 1 .cpred with Dt. stlrorrt's Krencb itsmadle. knT
les rrnaoenujr cored sriihin I UKhK UK VS. NO CUBKHS, SANDALWOOD OIU nor
11 4IUA naed HtrtTiBtirrhfM. - mini 1 - - ni.i. j . , , j .
ionKl. Hlcorrt'a mMh.xl DesriiVTi. nT. ii .XX. ,i Vu.r:uTJ"uT?f ?
M.OoOpatlsntssocreWtillr cured within tha last nln rears. Can'rafar to patients ctirad. bV
Knllsb, Kranchjtierman Pollab. Knsslan and Unhemlaa snoken. rnasalislsa aad Oai
-" v itrrsspneinenrs snllrllafll
Albuquerque Foundiy and Machine Woiks
Ra P. HALL. Proprietor
Iroa aad Brass Cast in 41 Ore, Goal and Lnmbar Oars 1 Shafting, Pallsra, Orate Ban
Babbit Metal 1 Columns and Iron Front for BallUina-ai Repairs oa
Mlnlna- and M1U afaahmery a Bpaalaltr.
FOUNDRY; HiQE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
GROSS' BLACKWELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond" C Soap, Curtice Bros, Canned Good's,
Kansas City Baking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware.
Houses at Albuquerque. East Las Vegas and
(Jlorleta New Mexico.
TOTI Sc G-lRjftuIDI,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND -PAtM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods. -
Sola Aganta for San Antonio Lima.
New Telepta0T til. 213, XI 8 AND SI 7 NORTH THIRD BT
x- ' iS LIGHT, I
W. L.. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
SSond St., iK-tv.een Railroad tnl Copper Area,
Horaaa and Malaa Bonqlft and i.xehBfd,
Aonta for Colambaa baggf CoraynKT
Th Boat Turnoata in tha City.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriages, Road Carti, Spring Wagon. Victorui
Buggiet, Phaetoni, Etc., for Sale, sill
Address VV. L. THIMBLE h CO.. Albaqnerqne, New Mexico
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL Si BOT1IE, Prous.
(tJiientHfors to Krank M. Jouas.)
Elnest Whistles, Imported and Domestic Wines ml Ccgnici)
The Coolest and Hlfhest Grade of Later Sened.
Finest Milliard ilall lu the Territory.
Finest and Nest Imiortel and Domestic Ci?arp
0. B. DSTOSITOBT.
Drpoitiry for the Atlantk A
raclrlc and the Atchiaoe,
Torek a A iWa Fe
OFFICERS HO DIBECT0S3.
iOtiHVk B, BATN0LD8. . . rr eat tell
U. W. rieOCRNOT ....Tlca PraiiliWit
fBANK McKKll....Aj-a1irtant Ourhlet
A. A. 6 BART.
Id Albnqaerque, H. II,
Ggan, Importci And Domautlc,
All f atrom.
210 Railroad Avenue,
Telephona 143. lltaqnerqno, I. M.