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ins daily citizrn vlll be delivered In
the city at the low rate of to cents per week,
or for 7A renta per month, when paid monthly.
Tht'ie rate are Iraa than Uiom of any otbar
uauy paprr id uie temiury.
A DVKHTISINO RATK9 made knows on
i a application at the office of publication.
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n la eiecuted with nntoeas sad at lowest
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auu wen uoea mj ao any una oi Qinama,
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Miilwrlptlnna will be collertrd by M. H
Til. ton, or can be paid at Uie orbre.
TkJOTICK la hereby lTn that orders elven
11 by emulovea uoon Thi Citiism will not
tihnnoreil anleaa prevloualy endoraed by th
Kntlrnari avenue, and tiarvey'a Hating House
at the depot.
fllK KHKR LIST The free list of Taa
in nan rmiirarra notlrea of tlirtha, Mar
rlaBea, h unerala, ltoatha, Church Services and
kntertalnnirnia where no adrnlwilon lachard.
kdltora and PnblUhera.
i ttotinf thc-m. Alwynrwlf
to ntnjUn. It rvqutrt no
i kill tnoimt li and repfu-
. aim vnm muno 01 wnm, nr
chntrM, Tnnallits or tiwtni
, mental mlnUta. Ttiera It
1 nnthinst like II fnr an even-
In ff'i entertain menl at home or In thettnci irath
rrliiK. You can in or talk to it and It will
n -.n-lnrt Immediately and M often M dwlral,
your Ming or word.
oil.tT iwcallvd talklnr marhlnea irrtrrwlnraj
only rroonli of out antl dried tuhieoU, rwialljf
rritnri1 In a lAtmratnrT ; but tha mhnpoua u
not limited to Mich nerformanrea. On theOniitho.
Ii.n-y..u ran easily makaand UMtauilTiwrrroduca
rttwrTtli of tle volc,or any mind. Tntu It onu
iiifitljr awnken newlntereetand Ittrhartn Uerer
mn. 1 19 repruaucikena aa cteau- mki Dnuwo.
ErapMones are sold tor$lO
VrnnfirtrtrM nnrtrr the netenta of U. Tulnter.
F'l'-'-n ami kl itiilniilii. our rLfttilirtlitiK nl It bri.
ttUMrlfrsi f lht mmr4 tr 1 tilk.itK MjujIiUm Mt4
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COLOMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO., Dept. 30,
720-722 Oliv Street, St. Louis, Mo.
N Vohk, Fahih, C'iiicaoo,
St. Louis, Fmiladsi phia,
Kai timorb, WAsaiNriTON, UurrAi.o.
rlHSI SETTLEMENT. CELEBRATION.
Committed Ifsmou and their ReipccliTC
Eoiiie time ago a joint committee from
tint Historical society of New Meiloo
ami n( the pioneers of New Meiloo waa
ai(iliitnl to take charge of the eelwlira
tlim of the QrNt aettlement of New
Mexico, July 13, 1BU8, at Cbamlta, eon
HisUiid o (loveruor Prince, Colonel Krixl,
Him. Samuel Kldodt, Colonel VenceeUo
Jarnmllio, Hon. Araado Chavea and Hon.
Jim 1). Hcua, was appointed by the so
cieties named. Thia committee met la
tint olllce of Kx floveruor Prince, last
nltfht. There were preeent prominent
people from various oouutlea.
da motion of Colonel Frost, (be chair
man, Hon. L. B. Prince, waa aothorlied
and reijuertted to appoint Uie various
committee on trauHportatlon, on coon
leif, on InvilatlouH and on general ar
raiiKmenta and to announce the name
at an early date. The chairman waa
a'.-o autliorliml to make any arrange
ment that to him may aeem proper for
Hih netting out of a medal to commem
orate the event of the celebration.
H id. Ham Kldodt was appointed as a
committee on Indian affairs, to Invito
the various- pueblo to take part In the
celebration and to give some of their
A committee for the purpose of raising
fuiiitH fur the necesnary expenaes was
DHtuwl, conHlHtlng of Hon. 8am Kldodt,
Colonel VeuceHlao Jaramillo aud Amado
A liK-ftl committee on arrangementa,
coiiHlxting of the following named gen
tlemen, was appointed: Sam Kldodt, Ven
cerilao Jaramillo, Francisco Serna, L. 11.
Ortir. J. U. C. Chavea, Amado Chavea,
Amado Lucero, Placldo Garcia, Teodooto
Trujlllo, Henry Grant. Victor Ortega
Pcilro A. Sanchei,
The committee then adjourned to meet
at the cull of the chair.
A Trouaar Bale.
All the beautifnl line of panta we art
selling at 3. Ma pair thla week. They
are worth t 00 to ia.00 and we bar
tln-iu in all rityle and ai tea. We guar
antee them the hiKgeet bargain ever sold
in Hint line lu Albuquerque.
The Kallroad Avenue Clothier.
HtrmiKra will dud good aooomoda
tii iih at rearKinable ratea at the Kallroad
kvi'iiue huuHe, half a block from th sta
tion. Uerilileuta and straugera alike are
cordially invited to pa Iron lie the Kall
road burlier shop, 11U Kallroad aveune.
New flue porcelain bath tuba just put
In. Itatlw, 25 cent; hair cutting, 6
cent. J. K. hunches, proprietor.
Iluve you aeen the new military button
belt at the Koonomu.tr
HEY. JUAJt fiAKCIA.
iMttk aadTiaeral at Pcralu-Brkf His
tory f Bit Life
We annonnred a tew dayt ago the
death ot Rev. Joan Garcia, and that tht
funeral ser rices took place at Per a I la
and now take pleaaart In giving farther
Information at to hit bony life,
Senor Garcia wat bora la Helen, Val
ocla eonnty, Nw llexioo, la 1821, and
wat consequently 72 jeer old at hit
death. Hit father, Antonio Joe Garcia,
died la 18ft6 and wat a firm christian and
helper la th Baptist faltb. Don Joan
became a protectant In I8a0. He united
with tht Methodist Kplaropat church la
1871, at Tlptoavllle, and waa licensed to
exhort at abont the same time by Rev.
TI10. Harwood. lit waa licensed to
preach and pot In charge of the mission
ary work at llantano In 1874. It waa
afterwards ordained, by the bishops, to
deacon's ar.d elder't order and tewed In
the following place! Manxano and
Anton Chi 00, Tlptonvllle circuit, Man
tano and Chlli'l. and Chlllll and Man
xano, which wotk ha had at tht time of
Don Joan Garcia waa on tht Union
tide In favor tf hit government, daring
oar lata civil war, and rendered valuable
service in pointing oat the roads and
trails and leading tht way at guide to
our t roope who were trying to bead off
the Confederate and make conjunction
will tht I'nion troop from Colorado.
There were Col. Slongh, LleoU-Col. Tap
pan and Major Chlvlngton, the old Meth
odist presiding elder war-horn ot tht
first regiment of Colorado volunteers,
mostly "Plke't Peak," on their way
from Colorado to meet Gen. Sibley's Con
federate army from tht south. Colonel
Slongh, with his command, reached Fort
Union oo the 1113th of March, having,
It It tald, marched sixty-four mile In
twenty four hours, at which place the
government bad about 1300,000 worth of
army eupplle. Sibley had already (on
tht 21st ot February, 1W2) taken Fort
Craig and Valverde, killing torn ninety
of onr men and wonndlng a handred, hit
own lost being about BO killed and 300
wounded; had already pasted np to Alba
querqae oil bit way to Santa Ft, thenot
for Fort Union, and tba point waa for
Canbyt troops acrosa tht plaint to form
a jnnction with Slough's force. How
much thit modest, nnamamlng Mexican
guide bad to do in getting these troop
acroe in time to aid In tht battle at
Pigeon 't Ranch, March X7-28, 1W12, time
may never dlnclose.
Mr. Garcia hat one daughter living.
Mr. Modesto Chaves. They live at l'e-
ralta, on the old Chavea homestead. Ut
alto bat two tlstert living In Mora
eonnty. Hit mother wat a venerable old
Christian lady, who died tern years ago
at Tlptonvllle la tht house ot hit young
est too, Realto Garcia. He, also, waa a
Methodist preacher, and died In 1887 at
Gallup, N. M, June 16. Ralph, tht
little eon of Mr. and Mra. George Hight.
died thit morning, after a thort illness,
ot spinal meningitis. Tba funeral took
place at the bouse, after which ht was
burled la Hillside cemetery. Tht com
munity joint In rodoleuce with tht
Mrt. Tom Bowen It here on a visit to
John Wild la again teen at hit old
post In th Caledonian store.
"Tht "Awkward Squad" put In It
tlmt evening drilling, with the hope
that tome day they may get a chance for
Mra. C. N. Cotton and children left on
Monday morning for Lot Angelet and
points on tht coa it. Mr Cotton will fol
low later and Lorenco Hubbell will have
chargt of tht trading store during bit
R. P. Lanigan, accompanied by hit
wife, left for Uauada, A. T yesterday
Jack Howard, Kd. Hart's tin txpert. It
enjoying a thort season of recuperation
on a "rout job" at Fort Deuaucc
Tht yearly school entertainment will
bt given to-morrow evening at the Ken
nedy & Kitchen opera bouse. We under
stand that tome special feature that
have never appeared before, will come
befort tht public thit year. We trout it
will bt a tucceea this year and expect it
to be at It la under the excellent manage
ment of Prof. D. M. Richard. Tht Ulah
School commencement exercise will be
held on Monday evening.
T. N. Hinch ha received tht apparatus
for lighting hi property with tht ew
Acetylene gas. Kmil Wllmunder la put
ting In tht fixture.
Tht ball gama but ween the Gallop and
Wingate clubs resulted la a score of to
6 in favor of Gallup. They will play tht
Albuquerque club next week, It It ex
HEW MEXICO TROOPS.
Ltit Letter From the Boys Before Sail
log For Cuba.
The New Mexican publish a letter
from out of tht New Mexico Volunteers
on board the thlp Yuoataa, dated Juue
11, just befort tht fleet tailed from
Tampa. From tht letter the following
extract art taken:
Of tht First l ulled States volunteer
cavalry, troops K I Uuller't), F (Luna's)
aud H (Llewellyn's) art aboard thit
Vermel. Wtara somewhat crowded, but
atlll In the ring. Captain Curry and hit
troop had to remain at Tampa. No fault
of the captain, who begged to go, but the
fact waa that Captain Llewellyn's aud
Captuln Mullor't troops were selected
Qrst, and F and H troops had to arrange
It between themselves, and the lot waa
drawn by Captain Luna.
A detail of ten picked men was selected
from Captain Llewellyn's troop to man
the dynamite gun. This weapon la a
dandy, aud tht squad work It to per
Tht New Mexico squadron 1 getting
on well, aud Colonel Wood aeemt to bt
well pleased with ltd drill, discipline and
eniolenoy. Captaiu Llewellyn aeemt to
be a great favorite. No wonder; ha Is a
duelling, Out looking officer, and take to
military busiuees a a duck to water.
First Meutenant J. W. Green, of troop
H, waa left at Tampa in charge of tht
troop, horses and property. Lieutenant
Greenway, of troop 1, 1 with troop H In
bit stead and 1 going to the front with
We havt placed our dynamite gun aud
two rapid firing guns, given tht regl
nieut by Lleutenuut Woodbury Kane, on
deck ot onr transport and wt will make
a fight should a Spanish man-of-war
come acro our pathway. Placing tht
gnnt In position for firing meant that
tht transport Tocatan will be first to nn
load when reaching the destination and
at Captain Lie we' ly n't troop bear tht
colors thit will be tht first troop to land
on Cnban toll.
Tht fleet ot transport! and men-of-war
It a beautiful tight; bands art playing
and soldiers art all over, on deck, In tht
rigging and wherever a man can tit or
bang on to a rope.
Tht troopers art anxious to land In
Cuba and art J not spoiling for a fight.
Tht two tquadrona ot tht 1st United
Slate volunteer cavalry with tht txpedl-
tlon art well, hale and hearty, and will
give a good account ot themselves.
C0UT OP rtUVATB LAND CLAIMS.
Large Iodic tf Lead Restored tt tht
Tht following proceedings were had at
tht session ot th court of private land
claims on Wednesday:
Juan Garcia et al, plaintiffs, v. United
State. Manuela Garcia de la Rlvaa
grant, situated In the county of Rio Ar
rlba, No. StU, Catron A Uortner at
torney! for claimant, granted to Mana
el a de la Rlvaa and Isabel Montoya, by
Juan Pali Hurtado, acting governor and
captain general ot New Mexico on tht
Nth day of April, 1735, and juridical
poeeesHlon of which waa given said gran
tee by Juan Kstevan Garcia de Noriega,
chief alcade and war captain on May 17,
173S, waa not sustained by satisfactory
proofs and dismissed by the court.
Juan Torres and Jesus Torre vs.
United Btatet No. 250, Cristoval Torrea
grant, situated In tht county ot Rio Ar
riba, New Mexico, attorney! for plain-
tiffs, Catron A Gortntr. Thit grant waa
given to Cristoval de Torret by Juan Do
mingo da Bustamente, governor and cap
tain general of New Mexico, on tht Cth
day of June. 1721, and Juridical posae
tlon of which la alleged to have been
glveo tald grantee on Juno 9, 1724. by
Juan Pali Hurtado, lieutenant governor
and captain general ot New Mexico, waa
found of no validity and not tuch a ont
at tht United Statea It bound to recog
nix, and confirm, by virtue of tht treaty
of eouceaslon by Mexico to the I'nltf d
Antonio dt Ullbarrt, plaintiff, va. tht
United States, Antonio de I' II bar rl grant,
situated In tht county of Kio Arriba,
granted to Antonio dt Ullbarrl, a resident
of Santa Ft, by Juan Pali Hurtado, lieu
tenant governor and captain general ot
New Mexico, on January 20, 173S, and
juridical possewilon ot which waa alleged
to have been given tald grantee Feb
ruary 10, 1735, by tht alcalde mayor ot
the new town of Santa Crux, waa reject
ed and petition dismissed. Attorneys for
claimants. Catron A Gortner.
Joseph Torre et 1 plaintiffs, Jost An
tonio Torre grant. No. 3o0, situate In tht
county of Rio Arriba, New Mexico, Cat
ron & Gortner, attorneys for claimant.
Tbl land wat granted to Joseph A u ton to
dt Torret by Juan Pali Hurtado, lieutenant-governor
and captain general of
New Mexloo, on March 28, 1735. Tbt
court, after consideration and examina
tion of said claim, finds that tht petition
for confirmation of tald grant haa not
been austained by tatistactory proof, and
dismissed tald petition aud rejected tht
M one f I Munajt
I represent a company with a very
large capital, and am prepared to ar
range loam for any amount of money re
quired on real eetato mortgage.
Also loans for building purpose on
long time at a low rate ot Interest. Un
der the eyntem which I represent I can
provide any owner of a suitable parcel of
land money to build a house on terms
which will enable him to build with the
money which bt would havt to pay for
reut. W at. Bhkkdkn,
Hauta Fe, N. M.
YOUNG AT SIXTY.
Serene comfort and happlneaa In ad
vanced year are realised by compara
tively few women.
Their hard Uvea, their liability to tf
rioua troubles on account of their pecu
liar organism and their profound Igno
rance concerning themselves, all com
bine to shorten the period of usefnlneaa
and fill their later year with suffering.
Mra. Pinkham baa done much to maka
women atrong. Sbt haa given advioo
to many that haa shown them how to
guard against diseaa and retain vigor
ous health in old age. From e vary 00 r
ner of th earth there la constantly com
ing the moat eonvlnciug atatementa
from women, showing tht ttluacy of
Lydla K. Pinkham Vegetable Com
pound In overcoming female Uie. Ilara
la a letter from Mra. J. 0. Orma, of 120
Horner St, Johnstown, Pa,, which la
tamest and straight to the point I
" Dean Mb. Pinkbaii: I feel It my
duty to tell all Buffering women that I
think your remedies art wondarfuL I
had trouble with my head, dizzy ipella
and hot flashes. Feet and hands were
oold, waa very nervous, oould not sleep
well, had kidney trouble, pain In
ovariea and congeation of the womb.
Blnoe taking your remedies I am better
every way My head trouble la all
gone, have no pain in ovariea, and am
cured of womb trouble. I can eat and
aleep well and am gaining in flesh. I
eonsldar your medicine tba best to ht
had for female troublua."
Tht present Mr. Pinkham'e expert
eno In treating female ilia ia un paral
lelled, for year ah worked aide by
aide with Mra. Lydla E. Pinkham, and
for aometime past ha had tola chargt
of th oorreaponileno department of
her great business, treating by letter
aa many aa a hundred thousand alilnf
women during a aingl year.
What a Orapkaiikaaa IHms.
A GraphoDhone will make vour home a
happv one, for It la alwayt ready to en
ter tuln. It will reproduce tht music of
bauds, orchestiaa aud soloist. You can
havt niusio of any kiud at any time, aud
neea no skilled performers to render It.
The music la there, the record that will
set the wave of melody In motion again
wnenever you loucn the button, tin a
(irauhopuoue too you can record your
own voice or musie or any sound and re
produce them Immediately. These varied
and wonderful powers muke the (irapho
filioue a marvelous entertainer for the
10 uie. tiraphophone ran be bought for
10 and up. Write for catalogue 30 to
the Columbia Phonograph company,
720 ti Olive street. Ht. Louis, Mo.
What Everybody Sayi
About Ilooil't SumapttriUu Is that It
purities their blood, gives tbiin an
appetite and makes them feel strong.
These three go together: Pure blood,
appetite, strength. If you want to
fi cl well take Mood's Kamapurilla, the
One True Wood Purifier.
Hood't Pitt S are the only villi to
be taken w 1th Hood's turarrllla.
Oat tf tbt Rtct ttemaidt Recogaltloi for
Kindly accept eoniratulatlona npon
tht nn prejudiced and msnly principles
set forth In yonr leant of the Mtn Inst-,
nndtr head: "Drawing the Color Lint.'
Sine 1862, tht nation bat had amplt op
portunity to thoroughly teat tht fitness
and vain of tht colored American at a
soldier; and when wt think of the on
questionable record they havt mads at to
fltne, discipline, loyalty and gallantry,
wt art made to wonder why It It that
any ont should decline to enlist them a
volunteers, or to command them. And
wt say with you: "The governor of
Missouri and tht officer who declined to
enlist, and command negro troop, art
away behind tht time and bad ought to
bt Ignored." There ar fonr negro regi
ment In th United State army tht
twenty fourth and twenty fifth Infantry
and ninth and tenth calvary, all com
manded by whit tffloert. Negro troop
havt alwayt dont themselves, officers and
country great honor. Tht nnanlmout
testimony of all offloeri who bart served
with colored troops, prove conclusively
that colored soldiers art not surpassed by
any who wear tht nation' blue.
Tht surgeon general tald In hi gener
al report that physically tht colored sol
dler la ansurpasHed. Th average belgtt
of the white recruit It 07 14 lurhe; that
of th foreign white ft".l II Inches; the
colored man come In between these with
an average ot 07.23 Inch. But in
weight tht colored man hat decide lly tht
advantage. Of tht recruit received be
tween the age ot 28 and 3U yean, tht
averaga weight ot tht natlva white wat
MA 33 pounds; the foreign born white
waa 147.16 pounds, whllt thit of tht negro
was 149 43 pound, baring the last year
the total admission rate to the hospitals for
all causes among th colored troop waa
WW.88 per thousand ot strength, a com
pared to 1.133.47 among the white. Tht
nnn-tfflclency from all cause among tht
colored troops wat 2S.7S per thousand of
strength, aa compared with 84 73 among
the white. The colored toldlert lost 9 42
day from disability; tht whites lost
Also, during th lata war, th follow
ng circular was tent to tht engineering
officer In charge ot tbt siege work at
'Headquarters of the Department of tht
South, Kngineer't (Wire, Morrlt Island,
S.C,8rpt. 10, lWtt.-As tht Important
txpertment which will test tht fitness ot
tht Amerlcau negro for the duties of a
toldier la now being tried, it It desirable
that tht facta bearing on tht question bt
carefully observed and recorded. It la
probable that In no mllltory operations
ot the war, havt negro troop dont to
larga a proportion and ao Important and
hazardous fatigue duly at In tht siege
iperatlont ot this Island.
"At you havt directed the operatlona ot
working parties of both black and white
troop, here, I respectfully ask, forth
object above stated, an impartial and
Carefully prepared answer to tbt follow
ing Inquiries, together with tuch state
ment at yon may choose to make bear
lag oa thit question." Tht chief tngl
neer, to whom thit circular waa ad
dressed, submitted It to six subordinate,
tud thon answered aa follows: The
black will do a greater amouut of work
than tht white soldier, because be labors
mort constantly. All agree that the
colored troops recruited from the tret
date are superior to those recruited
from the tlavt state. It may with pro
priety be reported bert that the average
percentage of ticknest among tht negro
iroops during tht tlegt waa 13.8, while
Hiut of th white was 30.1."
W hy should anyone decline toenllHt
or command troop madt np of a rare
which bat made tuch a record, and
wbyahould tuch people who have thor
oughly proven themselves worthy citi
zens of this great nation, bt to unjustly
discriminated against and deprived of
the public right and privilege enjoyed
by other citizens? There Is no other race
upon the face of God'a green earth, who
would tndurt the grots lusulta,dlscrlmioa
tlon and the unspeakable Injustices lnflio
ted upon the negro race, by those who art
like Governor Stephen, of Missouri, and
hit prejudiced officers, "Away behind tht
times, and yet remain loyal, aa doe the
faithful negro rtct. Thit I aa enlight
ened and a progressiva age and why
thould anytnt bt "Away behind the
llmesr" Tbt negroes hav played their
part well in every conflict In whioh tht
L'niUd State hat engaged, and bart
proven to the world their worthlnent aa
citlxeus and are ao recognized by all who
are not "Away behind tht timet."
C. C. CHOCkXTT.
fry ckUilac'a Baa ua aa aaJua aati.
War Prleaa oa tolld and Llqald OrueeHaa.
rfresh Kansas eggs, per doi 15c
Native tugs, per dot 20c
itirlug WJ bourhon or ltye per bottle Y.10.
Jleur syrup or New Orleans molaHws,
per gallon 4..c
3 rape or Coguae brandy, per bottle. . 7fo.
Heel lye. tour cant zoc.
Native wine, per gallon 7&o.
liocMt, strong, pure baklug powder,
a to, for Bin.
Cider or wine vinegar, per gallon. . . Hoc.
Hood cigars, fifty In a box, per box. . 7uc.
Old Manse, best maple syrup, per
Hay and grain at lowest price.
A. II. Potter, with C. K. Atkins A Co..
Indianapolis, lud., write: "1 havt never
before given a testimonial. But I will
say that for three years wt havt never
ueen without cuaoiiieriain a Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy In the house,
ana my wire would a soon think of
doing without flour aa a bottle of thit
remedy in the summer season. We have
UHeii It with all three ot our children and
it haa never failed to cure not tlmulv
stop pain, but curt absolutely. It I all
right, and anyone who trlea it will And
it so. For tale by all druggists.
KaaUra Humiuar tUaurla.
Ticket art now ou tale to the resort
of Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania,
tirginia and other eastern states at
greatly reduoed rate. W. B. Trull,
No-To-ltM for rifty tenia.
uarnt-l ottouo babil ciiiv. IF.Hkfi weak
(aeb irun-. biuuU pura. soo tl. All uruvgikia
bUum to Omaha.
The round trip, good tor thirty davt.
cost I id.70. Tht round trip good to re
turn until November 13 cost for). For
further particulars Inquire at the ticket
office. W. b. THl'LL. Aireul.
The newest addition to ladle' wear la
the red, white aud blue, Iiewey walste,
made of line Jupaneae tilk. to be hud
only at the lioldeu Rult Dry Goodi com
Plumbing aud gas fitting. Whitney Co
Floor matting, Whitney Co,
A nan In the dnrkneaa of hnnrieaa rlla
e t of all men mint ml-rial-V. When
doctor and medlrinra inntimrr-ible have
been tried and fonnd wnnliiig, end loving
friends vainly mie upon him the food he
cannot eat and which hrinjr hint tin nour
ishment or atrenffth, what is ij be done )
Men and women who have aunken ao
far Into weaknraa and dire that the
whole body aeem to be permeated and
eoioned b It have found hralth.
atrenirth and vlior thronirh the tnmform
ing. electrifying power of Ihfit wondrrful
Golden Medical Inscovrry"
It. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo. N. Y . nrorTrred.
thirty rears ago, to airk and Buffering hu-
Iiurin alt the veara alnre then IM m.r.
velooa "Diacovery" haa hern building np
weak and debilitated eonatilutiona by lis
vairaominary innifnce iiion tile human,
nutritive vtem. II givea the digestive or
gani'm keen power and rapacity to appro-
iriate every life giving elemi nt from th
ood taken Into the .lomtifh and Iran,
forma tt Into rich, highly ritalired blood
and healthy flcah, bone, alnrw and nerve
Conanmpflon In all Ita earlier atage Is
arretted ant countrrurt'-d. hy the liue
building, flrah-making. life promoting now-
eT or inia grann menu-inr and there ia no
darknea of bodily ailment an drnoe but It
will hrd upon the aufTrrer the light of re-
Tr rierre'a Pell-ta cure con tipx tlon.
Carpets at Ilfeld'a.
Wall paper at Fntrelle't.
Dipping tank. Whitney Co.
Plotnrt frame. Whitney Co,
DronkerTand glassware. Whitney Co
Fire, fire, fire talt at "Tht Fair Btort."
Plumbing and gat fitting. Whitney Co.
vt an naner at rntrelle'a from I lUn
tr donhle roll and 11 n
New Una of white Eninlra funa lout
qui vea at me noonomist.
Highest nrlnea nald for a-nntV elotMn
nniis, in uoia avenue.
A CnmDlete line of ehlldran'a Inar ent
shoe In stock al Simpler'.
Attend the special aale ot thlrt waist
tt th Koonomlst this week.
Read A. Imliardo's advartliuamant ami
wie advantage of the low price.
If Von want anvthlnv In I he l.ln.1fn
or job printing Hue, call at ThiCitixkn
Old Ry. Bourbon or brand v. 75 nanta
irwt uuart. iaii lor samiues- ai a. 1 jim
Th freeheAt stork of at anla anil mne
groceries are to be found at Bell A Co. 'a,
Snecial aals nn ahlrta nnriurwu.
01, tuspeudert, at the Golden Rule Dry
Bliffhtlv damaged hv fir a flnnAm nr.
fered cheap on the bargain counter at
iue r air otoro.
Look Into Klein wort market nn north
Third street. He haa tha rilnaat fmh
neate In th eltv.
Freeh vegetable, frnite In amunn.
omiltrv and staple groceries, at Bell A
Co.', Second street.
Hot chile Con earn server aver nloht
tt the Paradise. Do not mis It Bavhe-
shl & UlomL proprietors.
See the beautiful boys' wash suit at
tiieiu s. iney art just me tning for the
little fellows. Price from boo ui.
Ladle, show vour nut riot lum ami !
t red. white and blue Dewey waist, only
at tne uoiaen nine nry itood. company.
An experience of years enable J. L
Bell A Co. to furnish fust what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited: free de
'Here It a leHrion that he who rons
may read; the man 011 the Columbia is
tlwars lu the lead. ' 175 and tr'JV llul.n
J. L. Knll A. Co.. thtt a-ronem. aiieeouoora
to F. K. Trotter, are nreimreil to furnUh
tverything In their Hue at the lowest
Purchase vnnr tleketa for a trin to tl.a
famous Biiipnur not springs from W. L.
Trimble A Co.'s. 1 hey will give ynti all
Blcvt'le Bold, rented, renalred imin.
eled-ln fact, all and every kind of wheel
workdoue at Hrockuielei'a promptly, by
The beet nliue for o-ood loin (auk.
and rnarita and all kluds of lunate, kept
In tlh. I ...... I. ... I.- I . . . ' .
im m uir uiw uiMinii at amiuwur t a,
north Third street.
Rova' ftrajih aliitu at If. f.. WauMmrn A
Co have been sold completely out twii'e
mis season, vta nave a third shipment
coining. Ouly 1 1 & and 1 1.76.
The verv Intent. A ramnra eomolut
with one plate holder, for tl.'M. The
Kureka Jr. Kastnian X Co. 'a make, at
Brock meler's, a line lUNtrumenL
Alwayt tht first with newest novelties
in ladle' wear. Come and look at the
Dewey waint, only to be had at the
Uolden Rule Dry Uoods company.
Jllat rnftMlvml a luriTM ajMilrrnmant of
Sne California Grape brandy, spring
men we win sen 10 suioou ceepers at
-2.80 per gallon. Original package, 0.
Bachechl A 8. Hlonil.
I titled ava tiava a tin lot of flr..H
ties lu tan and black that will lie sold at
from seventv live eentu to 1. I'hililren'a
slippers, size to 3, seveuty-Qve cent to
ft. Wm. Chaplin, Railroad avenue.
Dealeru fn RemlnD-ton tvruiivrlti.ru tha
4tarillurd tvUMWriteru of tha world 'fun
Slllllllv btlHlllHMM otlleeM with amortuiieu
uteuographerH to (111 permanent anil tem
porary poHuions, ui snort nonce, itahn
Call at "The Green Front" shoe store
for children's and inliee' HMtidHla and
oxfords, black and tan, latent styles, I) to
8.85 cent: 8' to II. W) cents: 1 1 '-i to 2.
H: ladles' oxfords. II. W. Chaoliu. nro-
Wa would have nn trontila with ftnuln
If she ouly realized the lrnmeiiHe strength
and resource of our nation. If vim nn-
derHtood our ability to provide for the
wishes of our natrium von would not irn
elsewhere. Ilahn A Co., N. T. Armijo
1 ( CL AIR
VV Eagle Brand
w rownrMCFr Mil ir
j Our inusTMATfD Pampmiet
Ot IPI CVEHT nJUitMUlD
Hi w yoon CofiotNseo
tl'-tl ol m lniMi)aj
v.u ur A.i
I titt pit. : i.ta. TiiliiN
('iit!ttiii..ll Ji. 1 1
iw HHnf a-ti liargf, v.
IM aajjaipiiii wail m Pttai.ni
r mar a. trrr n ",0 lirrurn.r jmpnivwjr, l f . r.t if an UhiU.w U4
rw" r 1 " knlitiMi ami ili urinary urvaMaol mil Uuuui-lti
1 'ir rfMauii nftiTfra r no I run ! hv I
j 1 riuiHK Mirrnffinvns tnu rtior-i aiiitn
4 atruU a ruHrauttfflvbJil nt .iwjr rviitriMrJ
af lltw 'i I Mr N Y I tlmoritT It if
htu,alrurtvuLk,br uuii ifctoQ ft nftajsuiavr itfiiramoaifc
Fur Ndle at Wdl
COBERT A RICE, Prop'
(srCC-KSSORS TO O. tADARACCO)
On Mountain Road Near tht City
A mo-t delightful re-ort, where all klnda of
ilmi and ciKra are ai-rved. i'lenty of ahaile
.... ..,.(. .11, v un a trial
H. H. Warkontin
Albcqnerque Boiling Pirlors!
Cornel First Bt. and Copper Art.
Theflneet Bowling Alterant the UnMhweet
Nice place to apend the trtnlng.
lie New Chicago
18 ont of tht nicest resort la the
e'ty, and la aupplled with the
aim uunet uquora,
BEISCH 1 BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Roomt by tht day,
WW! UI UJUII 111.
809 Wt Railroad Artna.
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thild Street tad fljerat Aveate.
Atlantic Boor Hall!
8CHNRIDKR ft LIX, Props.
Cool It eg Bearoa drangbt) tb Bnaat MaUvt
Wlet and the vary bast of nm.ela
Liquor. Olva as t tali.
aruoaD Avaaca, Ai.acoDaaoc.
A Ma riaaak
Grande A Parentl I from them we reap, n
all klnoa of Llqnora, Una and ctiaaXr
Keuaoia ituaitir we nare, a
to aell pure gnoda la tliartr Id r
A lay cool and aharp, their Heer, n
Nohle Wlnea. all patront ireet, rj
Imported and dnmelc, a Htockcomplatljf
Uencioiw iiara, too, here we gain, J
. cbolreat fiavora wa obtallt
excellent Uoo.nm rth clean and neat, Hp
at toe an Bonth Kin Hire 1
&uiua ai ninnituenine tner are plriitr W
whofaria-lfttANDK A PAKKNTA
His BEE HIVE
Hat Moved to...,
210 VesHjold Avenue
Wall Paper at lOo per Roll.
Itortler at 'iHe.
Queen Bee Mixed Paints
$1.25 per Gallon .
Palntiog and Paper Hanging
At RKA80NABLB PRICKS.
A good chance to Paper and Paint at
a email cost.
Buy or Sell.
uon ooijD avh.
ONI FOR A DOSCa
a"t aaaipla fra,.
a mmia ii araaauHa. ml UOIankO
I hoi fu
CO. Plula. ha.
Annual Subscriptions to
Standard Magazines are
offered as prizes for saving
the wrappers from
DIAMOND O SOAP
Kxplanation on each wrap
per the Lest laundry soap
for sale by all grocers.
"There's no nae In talklnv." tart W. II.
Broadwell. druirulxt. ot La Crsue. Kan-
"t'hamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and lltar
rhwa Itemed; doea th work. After tak
ing medicine of mjr own preparation and
thuee of otlieni' I took a dune of Chamber
lain and it helped me: a tecoud don
cured me. Candidly aud eonrioientloualj
I can recommend It aa the beat thing on
the market." Tha 2ft and 60 cent titet
for tale by all dniggUt.
Rienralona to lha Fault Coaat Thla
The Santa Ke will U ehean eieunilnn
ticket to Lot A n Rule, Ban Jiego, Re
dmido lieacb or Hanta Monica during
June, July and Auituet. The aiimmer at
tne teaMlile la not only cool and delight
ful, but it it a moat benetlcial cliange
from the lileU altitude of New Mexloo
t here la 110 drier Hummer renort In the
world than Corouudo Heach, and In the
Niimmer one can atop at thla beautiful
place ai no greater einenwe than at or ill
nary placee, and at lew than half what It
coNt at Atlantic coewt retort.
Dua't Tutiarr hit aa mmum luar III awa).
Tn mtlt li.ha..u ....I. m.A .
Dtiilc, lull ot li(a, nerro aud Tinr, taka No-To
llUfl. tllll ar,,ll,l..r Ur.rU... II.., . I .
Mrun. All druiilau, tuo or II. Uurayuarun
larxl tliaiklet anil aainpl freo. Aildraaa
burlln Heuiwly Co. Culuao or Maw Yot
Lattwt noveltln tn Doninadour and tld
ooino. Kowuwnld urotlivra.
nnieiiML 1 in, ana
Mloiisnaaa, I'nrif ihn HIimmL
ura llnadarh. It. 17.
Ir rmlih. Th.r aalikv ... .T.k ".
wii Vaii4a.i I'll Am a a
tNTinco "Babies" shouid
Miik Co vowm.
f Vluuiator.Uia urafc rii
ft'rtiix'h liyt lat
M 1 it' v
III tlio i U
1 native ortiuit. tu b aa Luai MtuhfUHi.
, win uuiraij iniia rutl ur tail Haft
U Mttry, l.il.auaUitg li rtvina, Varkyirvl frui
U, fttl liMMfm by Omv or hUtlit PiavtMita qtifcS
l-u It If ito(-ht-k1 Ut HpnumUtttn Ja
u h ,-iiiltivl ruiiMloiia, Nrrvttu lobllU.
mum wfti ftiKi)
I . ion u ltHt,ii rtTtT ptr? en t ImablMt wHk
flrti rvnitMlf bonrliiuu(iiuia-rftUiiu. AijUiiIkmui(
finrirtrx If ii txi4 uoi tttaut a f inaiaaiiu
wrai n kh
If tr dtt-a uoi I
ton's Unit; Htore.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Inthoriied Capital ....1500,000.00
rald-np Capital, Barp I nt
The Bank of Commerca Id Albaqnergno, H. II,
tJtat 14 TOM tJB az.OHAWoa
alleitt Aaaaaaat aa ctnar
' " V"' fn I. C. BtLDainaa. Lambw. w, C. Laosaao, Caaa. tt
a nl.:Z"r.":.yU:-'An, Brc Woe- "
' ' l"'0;1"' C"h''' Bt.ao wail, (froaa. Blackarall C, Uroaav
H. J. Kaaaaoii. Asalaunt Cashier. w, A. MaiwaLL. Wbolaaala Draaal.
Depoaitory for Atchison, Toirekn k BanU Fe IUIlwa.
SAMPLE AND GLUII ROOII'
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines. Etc.'
3X.U3XU-0 EVERTt NIOUT.
JOSEPH BAKWETT. Proprietor.
HO Watt Railroad Awa Albatjatrc a a.
' JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
Tne Best and Flnat Liquor and Geart, Imported And Domctttc,
C J a - A ft n .
NO. 114 WEST ItAILHOAD AVENUE
g. henry, m:. r
Stadant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Fraaaa.
THIBTT-8IX TKABS' PRACTICE. MK5 ONLY TRXATBD.
i-TTlifml "lu"n ' "AI
ao.ooopatlaolaaocceaatiillrcnnKl within the laal nlna T.aVt r. . ' YV'
emlalon. InTeatiaaia. OlUcaa t7 rUTenlwJnth JrtH ei 0 w tt r'
"'" Correpnert.nee anllellet I atrtrllT eonrlitonHal "
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine VMs
R. P. HALL. Proarlator
Iroa and Brat Oaatin! Or, Coal and Lumbar Oar 1 8hfUng, Fill era. Oral Bart
Babbit MaUl 1 Column and Iron front for Bailditurii EDir a
MlnlD and Mill Maehioary a Spwdalty
FOUNDRT: rttQE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, W. M.
GROSS' BLACKWELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
HtaJqujirtcri for Dumond C Soap, Cort.c Bros. CAfinedl Good.
Kaiuu Gty Biking: Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoat ware
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas and
(llorlcU, New Mexico.
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND r.WAiM
FREK DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and ItaliAn r J-
Sola Agent for
Sew Talr-phot HI. 813, it
air 10 Wu.r.
B...,a. y Hip, orB
Haiaia I Nouoil.r.lr.
Ilk Coailort. N,.
W. JL. TRIMBJLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Dctweea Railroad and Copper A vet.
Hortaa and Malta Bought and Bxakangai.
Aganta for Colambna liaejgf Comaaar.
Tha Boat Tarnouta la tho City.
Cartiagct, Road Carta, Spring Wagout, Victoria i
Uuggiet, Phaetom, Etc., lor Sale. t t t
Address W. L. TRIMBLE ft
QUICKBL & BOT1IE. Proos.
IBuoomtort to ITrank II. Jouw.l
Einest Wlilsiies, Imported ind
The Coolest and Hlfhest
Finest Millard Hall
Finest and Host Imported and Domestic OisraTf
Ut S. DSrOSITOBT.
IJerotttot7 lor lh Atlantic
Pacific tnd the Alchitoe,
Topeka A SaaU Ft
OFFICERS IID CIBECTOSS:
iOBHCA B. RAIXOLTtJ. .. .Prnddesil
M. W. FLOCBNOT ....Vic Prwddent
KX!W ... ....Ouhter
TBISK. UeKHJt. . . .Amlatant (MUtt
1. A. BRATT.
urrraM ot cnuunr.
NO CuHKHtt, 0ANDALWOOD OIlTnaa
San Antonio Lima.
IB AND 217 N0BTH THIRD BT
210 Railroad Avenue,
lutnil TolepbOQO 1(3. Ilbaqasrqna, I, M.
HI., Albnaneraoe. New Miiea
Domestic Wines mil Cc:csi
Grade ( Later Serrel
In the Territory.