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THE EXCEUFNCE OF SYBIP OF AGS
I Hue nut only U the oritfinnlit j and
simplicity of thr combination, but alao
to the car n.l nkill with wliirh it in
mnmifnrtorr.il t,y ,,.nti(lc pr-not-awa
known to tlio C'Ai iroRNiA I'm Nmrp
to. only, and we wish to impi-i- upon
oil the importance of pun-hanlng the
true and original remedy. Aa the
frontline Syrnp of t'ig la manufacture!
by the C'Ai.iroMMA Fio rSvmjp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthies
Imitation manufactured by other par
ties. The hitrh fttanding of the Cam
Fok.xia I'm Nvhtp Co. with themedi
ral profewion, and the satisfaction
which the fri-nuinn Syrup of r'lffn ha
trivrn to million of 'families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far In advance of all other laxatives,
as It ai ts on the, kidneys, liver and
bowel without irritating or weaken
ing them, ami It does not gripe nor
mmsente. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AS rKAkt IM 0. 0.1.
i Tii i.r. Rr. nrw York. w.T-
TKK DAILY CITIZEN.
Ttrmi mt SnlMerlpUoti.
PjiMt. t? mull, on yrnr 1 00
iMily, by ma. I, m monthi M a 00
IMily, tv mail, lhrtr month 1 AO
!:nly, by mull, on mnnlh BO
PhiIv, tv cjtrrir. one month 7ft
WVcfcly by mull. tr yi-ar 00
Ihk I'ah Citikn will t (Irllverrri In
the city i't the lew rnt of 'JO rrnla i-r trb,
vr fur "if. rnbi r month, hf n paid monthly.
The,- Mt are . than Uhh of any other
daily pApcr In thr territory.
ADVKHTlSfNO HATKS made known on
apnli. Minn at the oiler of publication.
'fllK CITIKN Job nfltre In one of the beat
1 In the Hotithweat, and all kinds of fob prlnt
nm la rit-cuted with nvatneaa and at loweat
THK HlNDKR Y, In aided, la cnmplett
and wt ll tilted to do any kind of binding
TM K CITIZKN mill be handled at the ottlce
Siihv rintion will ! rnllerted by 11. II.
1 ii.tov. or can be raid at the ottic e.
NOT1CK la hereby given that order riven
hy emnloya upon Thr Citizen will not
bt honor J uuleaa prevloualy endorard by the
'fllK CITIZKN la on aate at the following
place In the city: M. K. Newcomer, fll'J
Mn!lrod avtnur; llnwley'a New Depot. South
Hf-ond itft-et; O. A- Mataon A C'n'a, 1W UutV
Knilmni avenue, and llMivey hating House
at (he uV(Ht.
M!K hVKK LIST The free liat of Thi
CiTiit.N embrace Notice of Mirth, Mar
tii vvm, r1 untT tin, Dratha, Church Service and
kiit-Tt.iimneiitii where no ad mm Ion la rhaiged.
kditor and Publinher,
A.t?;l -on.Topokn & Santa Fo
moM TBI NOITI Arrtve
No. 1-c altfurnta Aavreaa "riuftpm
No. IV- rccw 8:1)0 m
onilll) HORTR Ltnv
Nn. fl --Ailanilr Hipreaa lOt.Apm
Ne. i'-l- kipr. 7:iftpm
r.K ' THIID0TI Amvra
No. O- I im-uI KiprrM 6:hu pm
Nc V - Mrilco kipreM 12;06 am
Santa Fe Paeifle.
Nn. S Atlantic KiDrrM 10:!lft Dm
ouinu waaT. Leaves
N. 1-Hsclllc hiprraa 8:40 pm
Nn. 1 and 9, Paclflc and Atlantic Ktprras,
hii' rullnian palace drawlns rMim ram, tour
lt ci;:liii cant and rl'air cars between Cbl
caifn a'i' I l.oa Anyrlra and San Kran-rlaro.
N4.. 'Jl and '43, Mrvtrn and L(ral kipreaa,
have 1'iiUmnri palure cart and chair cat. from
hi l'aau Ut KallMt. City
W. H. TBI LI., Joint A(at. '
II kV 1 Tlimnt fsaelnatins Inren.
II n& thinnltheano. Alynly
ja , r to rnicnmn. It iviilrn no
Tlmi y rk ill lii.-rta It and n-.n-1TtSB
diu-e lha muinc fl UiihU. or
ar aai "A i li.lnn, th allila or Inntni
VtZ nu iilal a"liil"U. Tlitra U
l1 iioilniiir liae It fer an ev.n
Inc'n ent'nnlniiH'iit m lunnn er In iheanrial anih-eriiik-
Vim cun una or mlk to It and It III
n i TKliiie Imincliau'ly sud o oiun a. duiired.
oilier nr. n I lid talklnjr marhlnea rermdncs
enlv B-iimU nf cut ami ililcd aul')Tta. i,illr
i.n itfiri-d in a Inl-iniiiirT ; lul lliiST-lin.liinic la
ml linilliil Him. h 'r(l innaniHia. On IlieUnioho
i.himi vim ciiniti-ll)- iiiakeniiillu.lUHllv reinluc
fi iiir.li e( tlic teli e. nr any aiannl. Thin U mill,
piimtly iiM nkcim new lnlere.t and It charm Uevnr
Iicmi. The ri iinlu tlulm aro clear and lirilliuut.
Munnfaotiire! iitiflrr trt fmifi(a rf fH . TlntT,
i -.Mii n ii.l M .. .t-ii;iil. our i..hllrlin..-ul U hla.
tiitiirlfrt f Hie wrl4 I r 1.lknif Miul.ui. ai4
jUiug h ut litiiu Sui'j'U-. WrtU Ir cUlusf.
C0LCJH3I& PHONOGRAPH CO., Dept. 30,
720-721 Olive Strctt, St. Loui, Mo.
N'KW YliHK i'AHIN. CHK'AOO,
!T. l.OL'M, l'HII.AIISI I HIA,
HAI TIMiiHK, WAaHIKOTON, Hcffai o
Uarinsa sud Hpsnl.li.
Kor Ichmdiih in thm language
at 1' J h Mintli Hi I r il HtrtMtt.
.1. l. CoiiiniiiiiR, irlnrliil teacher at
Hih linlisii n'li'iol, will leave to-ulglit for
roloruili) Sirlii)?H, wlinre be will attend
0i HfHsUm of tlm teachers' Institute, lie
will lie Hccoiniiiiiiieit by MIbh Ktta Vaughn
and Mi Km ma V. Uarrlrt, teactierH at
the Hi'lmol. IIi 'arty expectH to be ali
Hellt nevernl WeekH.
(ieorgii C. (ialnnley, wife anil cblbl,
whi were ut Caiud Vi liltcomb the pant
ten iImvh, retiirntnl to the city this after
noon. Mr. (iHiiiBley reiKiru having en
)oed a H(ilemllil outing.
Ml.-w Teiiiiyiwn left lant night for her
home In Texan, where she will remain
until Heiiteiiiber. The lady Is the ma
tron of the Chililren's Home, thin city.
(Inderal Manager J. A. Nog la, of the
Koiiora railroad In Mexico, tavl through
the city lant night with hia family. He
In on bin way to Chicago.
Hee our miller wear at 1 and 1.2A per
Hint, they are geuuine HalbriggaiiH anil
worth more money. Himou btern, the
Kail road avenue clothier.
TurkUh toweU, linen toweln, table
linen, Bheete, etc., at prices which ought
to make yoii lay In a eunuly. lUawn
Head every line of the new alvertlie
meiit on the fourth page, of the liolileii
Itule liry tiood cumpauy. It will Inter
Vi hite paraeolit. all silk, only Ho centH,
Pli hale at the Golden Hole liry (iuode
Krenh cracked wheat, two-pound pack
ttges three for '.!( cents, at A. Jombardo's.
Schilling' beet baking siala, three
bounds for cents, at A. Lombardo's.
I'uion made overalls, only at the
lloldeii Kule Dry Uissls tumipauy.
Heet concentratM lye, four cans for 'ifi
cents, at A. Loin liar do's.
Have you seen the uew military buttou
bell at the Kooiioinlut?
Lauiin and trlmmlug. Whltuey Co.
COMPART D At LAS CRliCEl
A Few Itttnj Ahout the Southern Ccm
paoy Other ffotci.
Charley Camplell, of Hillnboro, a for
mer student of the Agrlcultuial and We
chanlral college at this place. Is among
the enllstsd men of Major Van t'atton's
company. He has ntimlsr of friends
In this community, who wleh Mm good
lurk and a safe return.
John Hhiitmon.oiieot the world's great
est and beet broncho riders, and Charlie
Rhlnn and Jack Hurler, of Iteming, are
among the members enlisted In Company
V by Major Van ration. The territory
has furnished no better nr braver men
than those representatives of (irant
county. They have all left and aban
dor.ed good paying positions tor the pur
pose of serving their country.
Major Van I'attou's Company 1), of I,ae
Cruces, New Mexico, was out In proces
sion this morning through the streets of
the town, with colors Hying and led by
the l.as Truces band of fifteen pieces.
There were about eighty men In line,
and they made a splendid appearance. It
li as fine a body of men as can be found
anywhere, and if they are ever allowed to
to get Into action the people will hear
some good reports of them. They are fit
companions f i r the Hough Hlders from
this territory, who have already been
transformed from private citizens into
heroes, Independent Ijemocrat, July 13.
This city will keep Cap!. Borrailulle's
company A In garlic till the war with
Spain is over.
Major Mitchell has received an Indefi
nite leave from the war department In
order to accept the apKlntment as major
of the territorial volunteer Infantry reg
The commlHHioiis of the commissioned
oflicers of company A lar date as fol
lows: Captain Htrover and Lieutenant
Otero, June 2; Lieutenant Catron, July
The old superstition concerning the
number thirteen diss not bother the new
compuny C organized at Santa Ke. It
required thirteen days to secure a quota
for the company; they were mustered In
oa the lHth of the month, and, further,
there ure just thirteen native New Mex
icans in the company. There are thir
teen native New Mexicans among the
troop In company 11. organir-ed at Las
Another company of volunteers from
New Mexico arrived at Whipple last
evening, making between ifciu and "00
men stationed there now. The Okla
homa volunteers are expected wlthlu a
week, says the I'rescott Journal Miner.
Capt. O'Neill had tifi.ooo In life In
surance. Only two weeks before he was
killed, his agent In l'hoeulx paid over
(ooo as an additional war insurance risk.
He leaves $100,000 In property, princi
pally In rtioentx.
The Optic says: In the collection
taken np last Hunday for the benellt of
Company II, Territorial Volunteers, for
the Orst time In the history of the church,
two ladies, Mieses Nora Morrlsey and
Nora Crlmmlns, were appointed to pass
the collection plates. It was quite
embarrassing to them, but they bravely
faced the crowd and were quite succeiw
hil. In Capt. Btrover's Company C there are
two young men named Allen. They
came in with the recruits from Trinidad.
They are not relatives, being residents of
widely separated localities. II. !. Allen,
27 years old, came to Trinidad about live
weeks ago, securing employment with
the Colorado Telephone company. He
was an employe of the Mare Island navy
yard, at Ban Krancisco, until the recent
earthquake threw all the men there
out of work. His home Is at Warren,
I'enn. Leslie Allen Is .12 years old, Bin!
has been living at Trinidad since lH'.i
where he was engaged as weighing
clerk for the ictor Coal company. He
is a native of Missouri.
ComptnyC, organlxed and mustered In
at Santa Ke, drew Its quota from all
parts of the territory, besides southern
Colorado, and of course Is quite c wino
politan in Its make up. Among the
nationalities represuuted there are
eighty-five born In the l ulled States,
four Hermans, two Irishmen, two Hus-
sians, one Austrian and live Scotchmen.
The I'rescott Courier says: "Two car
loads of troops from New Mexico ar
rived at Whipple last eveulng. They
came frome Las Vegas, The cars were
covered with bunting, with "Kemember
the Maine" on the broad sides of the
cars. They were received with cheers as
they disembarked. There are now
about tVIO volunteers at Whipple bar
racks." The ladles of the Women's Relief
Corps took in hand the matter of supply
ing the blanketless volunteers at Vt hip
pie barracks, with blankets and the
families of I'rescott contributed the
needed covering at the solicitation of a
committee of Relief Corps ladles. I'res
Captain Van Fatten of company D,
New Mexico volunteer Infantry, having
failed to complete the quota of his com
pany within the time Uxed by the gov
ernor, Wednesday afternoon tendered his
resignation, and A. II. Kali has been
named as his successor. Captuln Kail
was aswsMate Justice of New Mexico un
der Cleveland's administration.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo, (
County of Lucas. j
Krank J. I'heuey makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the llriu of K. J.
Cheney Co., doing business In the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
and that said linn will pay the sum of
one hundred dollars for each and every
cane of catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of Hall's ( ata.-rh Cure.
Kkask J. Chknkv.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence this tilh dav of llecember,
I Heal. A. W. Ci.kahon,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system, .lend for
Kiitvn J. Chknkv, Toledo, O.
bold by ull ilrugglits.
The Cliaiultw, CVIehrst luti
About ii people were aboard the ex
cursion train of four cars that left the
Kio lirande station this morning shortly
after H o'clock Imuiid for Chamita to cel
ebrate the :i"'tli anniversary of the llrst
settlement lu New Mexico, the event also
partaking of the nature of an old set
Noticed among the excursionists were
the following hutita Ke people
Kx-Oovernor 1 B, l'riuce, wife and
sou, Secretary and Mrs. Wallace, Marcus
Klilo.it, Arthur Hoyle, daughter and son,
Mrs. Sweeney and sons, Mrs. Sh. rrard
Coleman and sister, lion. Antonio Jo
seph, W. C. Maon, fieorge H.Cross and
family, A. Romero and daughter. Mrs.
I-eo. Herech and sister, I'rof. J. A. Wood,
A. (iiHdorf and George Hill Howard.
The train was cheered by the pupils of
the Indian school as It paesed that Insti
The clouds of early morning were be
ginning to clear away as fie train de
parted, so tint the day at the scene of
the celebration was doubtless propitious
for the occasion. New Mexican, July 111.
Kl l.atatA Tran.ff.ra.
Jacob Korl.er and wife to Mrs. Maggie
Mann, warranty deed to lot I'.', block i.l.
li'intng's Highland addition; consider
If. L. Alilietmer to Klla K. Jolley, war
ranty deed to a tract of land comprising
the southwest corner of bhsk H, Krancisco
Armljo y Otero addition; consideration,
I he Woman's Home Missionary society
of the Methodist Kplscopnl church to
Pablo Halazar et al , trustees of the How
man chapel, warranty deed to a piece of
land adjoining the Spanish Methodic
church In Old Albuquerque; consider
ation, f :ioo.
C. K. Moyor and wife to C. L. Mckoson,
warranty deed to lot I, block letter K,
Atlantic and raciflo addition; consider
Mary K. Alford to Carrie Marrlnan,
warranty deed to two pieces of land situ
ated In the northeastern portion of Albu
querque; consideration, luxj.
lt.civfirft by m Woman.
Another great discovery has been made.
and that too, by a ladv In this country.
"I 'Incase fastened its clutches upon her
ana ror seven years she witristooa its i
verests tests, but her vital organs were
unuermiueii ami ileatn seemed Imminent.
Kor three months she coughed incessant
ly, and could not sleep. Mis finally dis
covered a way to recovery, by purchasing
oi us a noitie or nr. King s ,ew imscov
ery for Consumption, and was so much
relieved on taking the llrst dose, that
she stent all nlaht. and with two bottles.
has been alisolutely cured. Iter name Is
Mrs. Luther Lutx." Thus writes W. C.
liammick & Co.. of Shell.-. N. C. Trial
bottles free at J. II. O'Kielly ,t Co 's drug
store. Regular slxe bo cents ami il.
nvery bottle guaranteed.
LATEST FROM WHIPPLE BARRACKS.
Will Leave There July 2? -The Boyi Arc
Kept Pretty Busy.
Whipple Barracks, Arizona, July i:t.
The latest Is that all the companies from
New Mexico, Arizona, Indian Territory
and Oklahoma will concentrate here. We
will move westward about the 37th of
July. Our reported destination is the old
palace grounds of Honolulu. Twenty,
seven thousand rations have been or
dered. That will serve us alsmt twelve
days four days to 'Frisco and eight days
thence to Hawaii.
The Las Vegas company came In last
evening amidst hurras by the companies.
Company A met them at the train and
escorted them to quarters. They report
all well. They spoke highly of their re
ception at Albuquerque.
Memorial services were held at the
Catholic church In I'rescott yesterday In
reference to the death of Capt. O'Neill, of
the Rough Riders. He was held In high
Our Capt. Borradalle and Lieut. McRae
conducted a squad of eight men from
each company down to the services,
which were very impressive.
Kach company lias a baseball nine.
The regiment will have a Qrst-class
If you think we are not kept busy read
thiH and be converted:
Reveille 5.10 a, m.
Assembly 5:4.1 a. m.
Breakfast cull '. rts a. ui.
Clean up il::o a. in.
Itnll lirst cull 7:li a. m.
Assembly 7::,tl a. m.
Sick call 7 4o a. in.
Recall B.ao a. m.
Ami so on ull the day four hours'
Then the hundred details.
Then lights out at li p. in.
Kvery man In his room at U:4. p. ni.
and in his bed at 10.
Oh. yes, we sometimes think of Albu
querque and things. W.
C. L. Hasbrouck, a druggist at Mendon,
Mich., says all of the gisul testimonials
that have been published by the manu
facturers of I'hiiiuherlutu's Colic, Cholera
and lilarrhiet Hcmedy oonld be dupli
cated lu that town. Kor sale by all drug
gists. Kan.aa lly Marks.
Kansas City, July 13. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4,(Xi; steady.
Native steers, l IIUQ.j. 25; Texas steers,
Jll 1.1175; Texas cows, 2.2.,.:i.50;
uatlve cows and heifers, tl.7r,ir4.5i;
stockers and feeders, f:i O0ir(4.70; bulls,
f 2 To .il if).
Sheep Iteclpts. 3,0oO; steady.
Lambs, t:i.7uir.ijn; muttons, 3.00.(
liilcauo Stork Mark.U
Chicago, July 15. Cattle Receipts,
4,000 head; linrket steady.
Beeves, 4 20i.t5 10; cows and heifers,
2.."jit 75; Texas steers, 3.tiojl.io;
stockers and feeders flint; l.t'5.
Sheep-Receipts, U,000; market slow.
Natives, f :t.2.",u.l.l5; westerns, ft.liv
t.o5; lambs, !.iH'Ui;,iii).
(irarid Deputy 8. unn last night In
stalled the following otllcersof Harmony
Lodge, I. O. 0. K.: N. (., 0 8. Hllshury;
V. (., U. L. Ferry; recording secretary,
M. II. Hahtn; lluanclal secretary, W. ('.
Montfort; treasurer, II. Brockmeler;
right supporter, N. K Stevens; left sup
porter, K. li. Alger; conductor, K. L.
Medler, I. li , II. C. Roirers; 0. (i.; J. llor-
tou; cbpalaln, t. n. ward.
Major Mitchell, 1 r. Smith and Clerk
Newhall came down from Santa Ke last
evening and went ou to Las Cruces this
morning, where they will muster In the
volunteers iu Company 1'. The company
still lacks a few men of being up to the
full quota. They will probably pass
through this city on their way to H hip
pie barracks, Monday evening.
Louis Hiinlng and his sou Krederlck
came in from Los Lunas last night and
are around among Albuquerque friends
to day. Mr. Hunlng states that l s
Luuas and vicinity have enjoyed Copious
rains the past week, and that while the
rains are bad fur alfalfa -ruisers, the
stockmen have no reason to complain, as
rains were neeibsl on the ranges and to
Ull up the water holes.
The New Mexican says: "Miss Krulicls
(i. Johnston, of Albuquerque, and her
friend, Miss Lulu Welt, of Sioux City,
Iowa, were among those who went up to
Chamita this morning. They are guests
at the 1'ulace."
Mrs. Louis Hosteller and children, for
merly at this city but now of Las Cruces,
are now of Omaha, Neb , taking In the
Trans Mississippi exposition and visiting
TOWN OF GALLUP.
A tiood List of Choke Items From the
(iallup, July ll.-ltev. II. Fryllng and
Rev. J. K. Ie tiroot, accompanied by their
wives, came In from Kort Defiance the
early part of the week. These energetic
men and women are conducting the Hol
land mission at Kort Iwtance and have
done some excellent work In the past
year. We hope to see them reach a high
pinnacle of success In their good ofllce of
civilizing the Navajos and other Indians
C. I). Manning came In from Kort De
fiance on Monday. He spent a couple of
days visiting his friends and transacting
business, returning on W ednesday.
On Monday evening a pleasant surprise
was tendered Miss Jessls Tyler In the
shape of a crowd of young folk", a big
hall and music, where a dance was en
joyed. S4 one only can he. by young peo
ple. Miss Tyler Is one of Albuquerque's
popular young ladles, who has beeu visit
ing for Mime time with her sister, Mrs.
Miss Media Tyler and Miss Gertrude
Kd. lings, two well-known young ladles of
Albuquerque, arrived on Tuesday morn
lug, and will spend some time with Mrs.
Krank Gibson, Miss Tyler's sister.
The weather prophet must be on a lark
this week, for lu four day we have had
ten different kinds of Weather, winding
up In as perfect a day as one one could
wish for. Thanks, Mr. I'rophet.
K. Ilanz and Miss I'liebena CampMI
were married on Sunday afternoon at 2
o clock by JumIIcb Kuchenbccker. Mr
Hani has been In business at Kort W In
gate for some time, and Miss Campbell
has resided here with her parents for a
number of years. W e wish them all hap
plness in their new state and a long mar
James t ann in, who left us so suddenly
sometime ago, returned on Wednesday
evening, arid sometime later was called
to accrunt for himself by the "tin can
brigade." An excellent serenade was
rendered, and he bad to appease Young
America's appetite as It only cau be with
a bucket of choice candy. Mrs. Carmao
will sojourn In California for a few
weeks longer, when she will return with
Miss Kate Doughty.
Will. Km ery left there this morning
for a short vacation at Newman' ranch,
forty mill's south of town.
The contract for the brick and plaster
work on the new Odd Fellows' hall was
let to Dodd & Lemhke last night. W hen
this building Is finished It will be a lovely
ornament to our town, which has so few
buildings which may be called line.
W. H. Williams, accompanied by bis
sister, left this morning for a two weeks'
vacation at the Clenega. It this vacatlou
business keeps up (iallup will soou be
nothing but buildings.
Mr. Mall, of Kort Defiance, came In this
morning for provision for the Defiance
people. Blnce the rainy season com
menced the mall boy has been unable to
take a wagon out, and consequently tin re
la some discomfort In regard to pro
visions, which we hope will soon be al
layed. The mall carrier lost bis wagon again
last night, and Jack Howard, the passen
ger, had to walk home twenty-eight miles
through mud and rain, and came near
drowning twice. He came home safe,
however, and now 1 as solid as ever.
George Butler and his wife arrived at
noon to day from Kort Defiance. Mrs.
Butler will coutluue east for a visit to
relative lu Indiana.
II. Newman was In from his ranch on
business this week, retiirnlnj to day.
The Crescent store received a carload
of watermelons from l'hoeulx to-day and
consequently the patrons of that excel
lent establishment are having a "water
melon day." Huuui.n'b Choick.
for Unr nrty taara.
An Oi.n nd W ki.l-Tuiku Rkmkdv.
Mrs. WIuhIow' Soothing Syrup has
been used for over flrty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soolh.es the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. It Is pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists fn every puit of the
world. Twenty-tlve cents abottle. lie
value 's Incalculable. Be sure and ar k
for Mrs. W inslow's Soothing hyrup, and
take no other kind.
A. M. Rlackwell and 11. W. Kelly. I.ts
Vegas; A. MctillliN ray, Chlllli; James
Boyle, Boston; Amos Hife, l.os Angeles;
S. Anderson, W Inslow: A. K. Kohin-on,
Topekai I'aul Helnrlch, New York; ,1. M.
t ail lierwerker, Williams; T. K. Went
worth. Bland; K. N. t'hristman, Indlan
aiHills; It. C. Bauer, Lawrence, has.; J.
II Cllmau and S. BoseiiNteiu, t'hicago;
Albert Penny, Los Gatos, Colo.; M. Juda,
II. R Worden. U T llnora llun.ur. It
W. Magltillls, .1. T. Wright. St. Louis; T
'orrlgun, 1'ueblo; Jobu Donahue, Kl
raso; nenry m, isimuer. Wile aud funi
lly, Kort Dodge, lows.
Kd. SeM, (1. K Carson, l.as Ve;as; A.
B. Kemling. I'iuii W'hltcomb; James
Kealer, Hlim 1, N. M.
Mrs. Vary (, Johnston, territorial treas
urer of the New Mexico Woman's Chris
tian Temperance I iilon, has been K
polnied territorial siiperinteudeiit of vol
tiers' and sailors' work. Local unions
Will please correspond with .Mrs. John
ston concerning that important depart
ment and enter upon the work as imniii as
possible. Makv llOltl'KN,
r.eslilelit New Mexico W . C. T l'.
T. K. Wentworlh, of Bland,
Is lu the
n0it? GailBorbesi '
J 7?' Eagle brand
OUR IllUSTRATfD PAMPHLtr
Be in Every housimoio.
new Voos CowotMbtrj
qtroRC aao ArTCN
all It. a I.
k .l.i.'i a a. ..I tl. ii
fl' r I lKaj K .trenjrtti.n. an.l rent. .ran am.i I
1 '.a raa.111 ai.'Trr. .r tint r.iit-.l t.v liia lnr.
W&($ MANHOOD RESTOBEDSS
f;7 a Hr i a ti'-iioi a .in. .'lOi.'N.ii .i. ,.!.. ,,,. .1, , 1.....I..I
1 11 AS '.lr , I J"""' J,r due- a. n.i.i i. . . . i. , f....i Ma. I, .-t
lIlS aJay 2 Atli !"-.""'l. I a" .In II.. a.h. I .1 I ,, . ,.. N, . I.i ii
IJ V r 'U'l'iea. l'..U..aa to Harry. .a..a...o, a .ra . ......Vv a.2
M W V t'..i..i,i.-ll,ii. 1 1 .1. I a a.l l,,va. n l.y ..hv ..r I i l. r.,.a.,.., .a,
I l a S I.i .l !. I. Oa.'. ' I. I. 'I i .-. 1 - . i .. .., . i V . 3
iratlltla. I I' I'l IU.' S K I. the miiy biii.iari rent.tr li
a.a A rlllil anar.nl... : ..u an'l mniH-. rr-liirneit If ail til.ai W. 11.4 taii4 a IMTU.A1M ul avcay
V 44a aoa.ala fur fLUu.br u.aii taanalis rsasSr.-ular aJaJ itLlioi.,l.ia,
' aifai a aiaiaa aia . r a m. tna m e- . m- -j ."v ... ta
Kor Hale at Wnltou'g Druir Ntorn.
It i. a r.f him
' m "mMiiin? for a wnrnnn
' t feci that hi-r tin-hand
W vv ouit capanie
"i'i iiniinir pro-
fi tor It la
l not much to ad
from . hhi.lnl
tamlioint. Hr nut V a moral and a men
tal until, het the fl. -li nf ill. health i.wrak
and ha is tr...al.v i ln st. al coward. It ta
not In natstc f..r a n klv man to I a hrav
ni:in. His spi-it iimv be willing but hi.
body Iswrsk. Thnt is the ni in . own r.nlr
A"7 "'" can tc h. ilthv who will r,a a lit-
"ll" n't. uli-.n to hi. hrnllh
wncn hr ha. It, and when he (eta a little
otit of aoiia, t ike tMc nif'd remrilt. Msnr
of the ill., aea th.it ii'Hi.t mankind are
traceaMr direcllv to in-liur-tion. torpidity
of the liver nml inifo oi.-a in the blond
Ir. rirtre'a n Muln il Ii.vnvrrv la
the grrateat nn di. no- .,r disotders nf this
natnte. It atrcmrtlictia a w. .ik alomach,
it irtecta nil diaoolcta ,.f Hi., diifotinn. gives
edge to the npwttte, tnviuotnlra the liver,
pntiliea and ttrtihi ' I lie Mood and tones
Hp and InvtKoTatra tin- ncrvca It ararrhea
out iliacaar (rrin.. kill, them and catti.
them out nf the v-ttt It a the (Pat
blood rn.iker, flesh builder and nerve tunic
and rratoTMliv e. It te il.es tt-mn, healthy
men out of we.ik, ai, l,!v Itiv.iiiils. Medi
cine dealeta "ell it nti.l tin h"tieat dealrr will
urge a iitatitule tt;...ti von
1 hrr been l.ikln I" IVn-e'a r.nMen MM
Iral iiner. p. 11. ta- au.l m.,.1 aavthat
Ihv have w.,-k-l w.n.1. ra In nv i aae write.
Mr. I, I. IVi, k. II I ,,l lln.t .n. Summer.
i i W '. I I'f l lil. n nrw rm in fn. I 1
Hunk I am well, but wnl t.ikr on. motr l.tlf til
ni.-ike anre th- ni- I. ). r ni-ou nt I rmmi
atwik li hmtilvi l thr ii.,-,,v,tv , M,
anvthnifr lt"W within mi-.-rv In niv apini.i, ti
have S-IUI.-.I a.i.11, . i -lit . r I. n p-aiinl. wriulOtia
aa hf-'O v a I ili-l 1 1n. . vr ir......
1 hr ninli, ii,rr..i-,! ,'kn1 like a ehana
ew me. lull alioi I ti-.t t.,v-,oi t, tike It I
Ml a Hole w.i.e I i I.,, j,,, (,.,( p.,,,,,
IliriMiph niv Iw-lv mi 1 tv tlt .,it,,l( m
alter l.tkltiK the ninli ur lourur live it-iy.."'
I'ropn.ala lor Oat. ami Hny.
I'nlted 1t.i'e l-i.p.i. Servlt-e. (
Nav.m, Aueni . N M . J. I..,. ,n.s I
i-iiiri I hii.m.i1-. ;no.it. i ' I Num. .1. I i...
"in H i) . "M l a.l.lri ai . In ti e ui-ilera'socil
at I-. .rl I icli.itn e. A. I .. Kill In- rn el vr.J H1 Hoa
aiirncy until I o'i l.s k ! in. of July mi, laws,
fur fnrniliitiir nti.l .1. Iiverins H:i. jj.i IIm. i i
.at ami m.so M.a ,,t I...V at I. no It..
lisnce. Arifoioi; 17,.',.:.i II,. ol nat. and J0.4 lo
a of hay ut hn-l M.- i, M, ,. ,;, . b:Ii.
ii Hi. of lima ion n .. to 1 1. a .f l.av ut Kmiii
l uoi.ii hool i s von 10a. ol i. it. and Io. j jo
t h.iy al t- r 1 1 1 1 ) o . i I . N. M : s vtlil II,. ,,l
" and lo J J 1 1 II... ,,f , ,y , J,rlt. M ..
anil H. 7HO IP, . of natn Mti.l 1 n -J.i II.. ... I..u
at Tul.a. Atuoii.i.
Ostamnat he liritfht anil i I. an a ..II
and wnsh nol lea. Il, in n j II.. I,, i. Pnahel. '
IlilV tllllat IS- HISK . .Olltltl. I-I....I1 u.kI r.
1 he rilfht la reaerved to t.'i.ct ,nv u.,,1 .11
hid. nr any patt of any lint, il deemed lot the
Oral Inteteat. of the ncrvi. e.
CKH1 IHKD I III.I KS.
Karh tild mnat tia rrimiiuinii.il l,v . r..rtitl,t
Che. k or dtatt upon .nine i lol.-d M.ilcilepoa
itmv or a.,1 v, nt mitninal hank In the vli ooiv
of tlir reaiilem e of the Inildi't, niHile pHvalile
lo the order ol the eoiniiiiNaiiiiicr of Indian
.tltalra, lor at eaat ive net i ent nl th aniMiini
of Hie piiipnaal. l,u h i k or dialloill he
lotfcilcil to Hie 1 I'lleil M.,1... I n i aae an V t.nl.
lei or luilileia le. ,-ivins an aw ar. I al.al I fi.i I t.t
promptly eaii me n i.niliHit Hh k I m,d
aiilln lent aiireliea. othriw i.e to he Icpirucd to
It..- I. i-l.li I.
Hula i onipanied l.y cn.li in lieu of acertl-
I'd I lie. k M'.'l nol I.e i ... I. I.-. I.
for any h lihtioinil oitoiinaiion .ipply to
MaJuM I i.hm Wll i i wis,
Aitms I tilled .-I. ilia ln.liun Asent.
A hKN I
S WAN I I) H H " W A K WITH
OU 111. I lltf lirftlla nn u-.
land. L olltHlna all nlai.it ,mm.m i.,v.. f...
and waf"lti(rt of in.t'i niitn.na, and arai.tiic
atory ol the ureal vu l.ity a it Ihe (aU.inl leey
leil. everything aliout .--.inipaon, S, u)ry, r lit.
hlluh t.ee and ic.i.lins ciiinlniiiidi ta, l.y I Ion.
Jaitiea Kanklu 1 oul,u. the llitn.i.i.l ...1m l.a
Oil. a lil.ie in tne I. 'ill. of toonre... The
irreate.1 ur liis.k t.iihlialied; uoo latse pauea;
..... ..r.u iiiii.ii.niiiiia, ui.iiiy in rii nciil.ua.
Ilaa lame color, d ui.ipa. Iliuseat l.i.i.k. hiali.
eat Ciitlinnt.ii..!i., loiaeat tin. e; only 1V..
Kuril aill.a r.l.er reielvr. uranil SI i .r....,i...n
free. I'coiatiit etinrmoii.; lurveat tor au.-nta;
an daya' credit ; li.onl.l pal.l ; oulllt fieeWiite
to d.iy. Addri a I he National honk Concern,
'.-,' ,. .... Dm. i t.i inn ii aiit-t, v nil Bllil,
lo t ..
' C I! f I l I '
1 . . r 'iVo
f . .-I rn..uef
Marvela uf tha trNlitiiliiino,
The tiraphophoiiH will reiiroduce the
iiiusio of bunds, orchestras, rliureli
chimes, and operiitic Chorum's, as well as
words spoken to it or hours sung to It. It
is in fact a mirror of sound, ('nils cyl
inders one cau cnli'li sod ureerve His
story told by a friend just as he tol l it,
or the song sung by some loved one. It
is a kodak for sound. The (iraphophone
Is without a rival for eiilertaiumeut at
home or iu th:i social gathering No
other Investment will return so much
and such a variety of pleasure fur the
money, w rite for rutulogue to (ho Co
lumhia l'houograph company, No. "21k.
a. tiiive sireel, M, l.ouis, Wo.
IHsbMt 1's.ti frlM laid
Kor furniture, etoves, cariieiH. clothlnir.
tniuks, iiarnesH, saddles, mines, etc.
Hart's, 117 liold ave:i;i. next to Wells
Kartro Kxnre.s4 nntc mM l...r.,ra
huy or soil
JKn. I 1.,
-.il ai.n Vu,,, iut ir An.ij,
J i o' ..ii.l ii.h-m i i ... niuif
f. i ..tit.l i..-.,r, lutie .'in 'lu
i.etlr. Pill ol Pi,
lliu. tlio w.-r,.li
ll liiuili s arilH uleQ
sir. .. . All (In.iiiists. 5-a- or II. Cuniuana.
Cetai. Ilo..Ll.'L .... . I r.... a.i.i
BlerllDK Heuiudj to, taicato or New VgrW
Kacuralona to the I'a. lip
The Bimta Ke will u!l klieap excursion
tickets to l.os Angeles, (sail Idego, IvS
loinlo Beach or runla Monica during
June, July and Aiuust. Ilie Hummer at
ibe s. aside is not only tvad and delight
ful, but It is a iii'-.l beiteMcial change
from the high altitudes of New Mexico
There Is no Uner summer resort In the
world than Corona lo BhhcIi, and In the
summer one can slop at this beautiful
place at no greater es-ns than at ordi
nary places, and at less than half what It
costs at Atlantic coaet resorts,
"Laet suniiiier one or oi.r grandchildren
was sick Willi a severe bowel trouble,"
says Mrs. k ti. dteory, of Krederlcks
town. Mo. (iiirdi et. r's remedy Lad fulled;
then w. tried Cbaml .'rlniu'sCiilic,! bulera
and luarrl iin lleii.edv, which gave very
8 ieedy reliel." Kur Hub- by all druggists.
Kor next tiilrtv I -.vs 1 will pay highest
eu.h price for linio,.,ii;.! piu of every
dewr iid ion. Ism't sou ii'.i . t .ou gt my
'il l T A W hittkn :. II I dold avenue.
A 11 IIUIIIM'MIIM'lll.
tin account of loio, persistent sickness
in the family, and mv own poor health,
I have decided tj i,,,.o.,m of my lui-lness.
I oiler for sale mv entire stock of giants,
lixtures. Die. W ill rent the place ou re
sonalde terms and make a long leass to
the right party. A l.uMlultlH).
New potatoes, (lfteu pounds for 2o
cents, at A. Ixiiuliaido'b.
45T fj" -V f"rt ' h" " feet
7 I A y- I'1""'1 stamina
I ' S xnd routare to dr-
J I I J- If If. tid her thrntifh
W mYJX it's in" ,h lclaal-
y it'k iils N..w.oUv. there
l COHDEHSED I ;IL!C.
srnr on application
MiikCo hi y.,i..
l.n. r. 4 I -!. a t. .
. aluaa l.e Ij rl , l-S)
ary i.r.-ai ,1 ,1 i.u,..ii ...i
nh.ee. rwr ent ar tre.nl.lM w'tk
COIinRT & RICE, Prop'g
(scc rssoss TO O. SAPASACl o)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A mnat delifhtftil rewiri. where all kind, of
dritika and risara are aerved. I'lrnty ol .ha. If
.... -in.ii.in. wive u. a trial.
H. H. Warkontin
Albaqncrqne Bowling Parlors!
tornoi Klrst Bt. and Copper Ave. -
The finest Bowlln Alley. In the Snnthweal
Nice place to apend the evening.
Trie flew Chicago
18 one of the nloest resorts In the
city, and la supplied with the
owt ana uneet uqnora.
HEISCH A BETZLER, Proprietors,
Pplendld Lodging Rooms by the day,
weeg or month.
809 Weit Railroad Atenoe.
cry Finest .lines,
Liauors and Clirara
Thiid Utreet and fljeraa Areaaa
Atlnntio Boor Hall J
8CHNKIDKR LU, Phopi.
Cool Kef Be 00 dranghti the lam Nativs
Win and the esry twst of Brtt-tlaM
Llqaon. OI tu t call,
Kali soap Atispi, ALKuqcaaona.
A Mated f Uvm.
rjrande A Harrntlt from them reap, n
alliin.l. o I.litnora. UossodcUeaa
ellable gtialltr we set here,
A , to aell imre fisida la their IdeV
Iwaya cool and aharp, their Meer, f )
Nn H,iilieniiegiialledlMOf neal
ohle Wlnea. all pair, in. ireet, j
litilinrtril and domeatic. a. Stork rnmnlett-V
Ueutioua Lisara, too, here we (aln, VI
rllulrMl Haw,... - W, . I H
a- arenent koojii both clean and neat, rw
V at lOU nn Month k H iu 1
&,.i.i. nniiiiiiienine mere are uienty w
wholai(,kANl)K A f-AKkNTl
All kind, of Freah and Sa
Meata. ., ... ...
Steam Sausage Factory.
EYllL KLEIN WOKT, Prop
HAKI. A. aNVIilu
ATIi.l?r-T1:':..:,!i,im J. cm-
F. K. UAKKIIUN,
lion and Water Sui.nl . U " ' " a
Keporta. Mapa. plana and tallmatea. Cnrrea-
liondence Mnlh ltrd. MiMim IS Analln M.rh
tor. Brd St. and Kallroad avenue.
UI4JI. HINHltP A taflaiUAf.o
HOMfhOHATHIC PHYHICIAN8 AND
lt. Mra. atari. in Klaliop. II. U., oftlca bonra,
1 lo B p. m. Kraua IJ. Blaliup, al. U oBlca
honra, to 10 a. m , and 1 lo and 1 to p. m.
Take elevator al Whllner 'a.
IUHM T A Ml HAH, at.
PHYSICIAN AND BUk(KON-OBlre In
Airtil,).! bnllrtln. Corner of Kallroad arenne
and 1 lord Hreet. Hi. lira, , so to 1 1 a, m. 1
lol. m. bpaclaJ atlantluo tleeo to cbionlc
and rllaeaaea ot wosiaa.
M. U. JUHMltoai,
AHCHITkCT-flana, paeltlcallona and at.
Ornate. Inrnletied tu, rlaaaM of bnlld
o'e.And aicbliecmrai work. UOlcai tU Waat
0KICK and rnaldenca, No. 411 Weal Mold
a.eoue. Telephnna No. 8. Ottlca boon
In a. m.; :o tu :Ui and 7 to 9 p. m,
( M. aat.idar. At. U. i. . kaatcrday, M. D.
W. O. HOPB, At. IAh
KKICK ll()UH-Unlll . m. and frem
1 no ui :o and from 7 to p. m. OUice
and re.idence. fMt Waat Uold a.anaa, Alba
U'.rrgua, N. al.
B. J. Alaar, l. I. a.
AHMIJO HUOCK, (JPr-OMITK ILK K I.I)
lima . Ottlea l.iiun; a a. m. to la 80
V .in.; i imu p.m. to a p. m. Antu. lei. No.
a.... nt'iiiiiiiiieuia maue uy mall.
MKHMAHU a. aODII,
A TTOKNKY-AT LAW, Albuunerrjt.a, N
' . I'ninipl alleiilli.n aleen to all bualniaa
prrtalnlni to the pioleaakin. Will practice In
all eimnaof the territory and belura tl.a Uultad
'lair, laiiu unjea.
WILLIAM D, LBS,
A TTOHNKY.AT.I AW lim,. a
l N. T. Arinllo bullillnar. Will practice lo
... "e lu.iiw i,i iua icrriiof j.
ATTClHNkYS.AT LAW. Albno.ueru.na. N.
lat. Ollice, luimil aod a, hlr.l National
at. V. u, it li y A M
I TTOHNkT-AT-LAW, Alboqnerqne, N
A at. tJltue, Urat National bank buildlna
rUANat W. CLANCI,
A TT()HNKY-AT-LAW, rnoma t and 8, N
i 1 . Artnl)o bioldlliR, Albugueig.ua, N. at.
B. W. UOIMUN,
TIDKNKY AT LAW. f )Blee oeer Koh.
t ertaon'a llrorery atoia, Alblignergile, N. M
one roR adosc. nil p
B.ninT. plpt rami 111 1
B .,,,.-.., H.irnrth.Hio.at, laiBaaaJ
Cir.!!....!..!,.,,,,!!),,., " " aaataaa-
IT..'S',IT.li''"i."' '". ?"' aath .l.r la a ..ry
f'.r haaila. Ti... a.ltb.r ini n:.r., A.n r.iot.
til '.'A"." "J "'" "''' aa.l. Ir... or loll hoi rear
I kuiir unaaiaae. CaV aoaANab CO Paiia. i
fCiaalaro nuimuar Kaaorta,
Tieketa ara tinvy on uuIm ti tha rumrlu
of Mieliiifiiii, New York, i'euuHjrlvaula,
Virginia ami otlier ennteru HtiiteH ht
(freutljr rediifwl rateai. W. B. Trull,
lo null a llliinit Deep,
fliuii l.liniil in,. una a (Unn al.in. No
liiiiilv williniit it. ( ,iai iireta, I miiK 1'iilJiar
lie il. .io j.iiir I.IimhI and ke. i it dean, I.)
t'i 1 1 iii the l.izy liver and ill lmi, nil im
j.uiitl.a fi.mi ,c. iih-. Hiiiiii lnd.iy tu
I'.itiiali liitni.lea, i.ila, l,lot. Ih m, lil.n kheaila,
Mini Unit a., kl v lnlii.ua r..ii,ley.i,iu l.y takinu
ua.ar. la,- lieauty f.,r ten eenta. All drug
iala, wliafai tiou guurauleed, lue, 2."k',&0c,
With a fled determination not to curry
over a hIiiitIm liKtit weltflit hu it. we have
dindeil our HtiM'k Into two lotn, wliit'li
will b" Hold at t'.i.'ia ami fliJb per milt
reaiieftively. Tim former are our I3,
fl.l and 111 Hiilta; the latter our llneet
iroodN, wldi'h ar worth ITi to 25, and
hIho Ini'ltidH tliti remainder of our mlHiltn.
Kvery HUit Ih a burt(alu.
The llallroad Avenue C'lottuer.
.rlioiljr fea. hu.
t"iisr,iri'1a ( an.lv ( 'uUmrlii', Die moat wort
ik'tful nn ill. 'ul il larov i-rv nf IIih Ultll, ilfiia.
ii .i uinl i . Ii valiiinr In Dm laalo, ai t tri iiily
ami iniaillvi ly nn kiilni'ja. II v. r mitt liuwrla,
i li-auaini; tl.n t'litirn alal.-iu, Ula,H:'l i-ol.la,
run' li. u.l, i, -In., Inn, lialiltuiil rnnatlilliiQ
ui.il btiiniiaiit.aa. iMi-ua. any anil try a boa
(ill' ('.(' tnilHV; IU, HU rttila. Hultlaiul
yuaratiUH tl lo curt) by all tlru'giata.
I.mllwt', MIhwh' ami clillttren'g iiiiihIIii
uii'l Cuiiihrli' iimlerwHar now on Hiwiul
an I h at UoIiIhu Kuln 1 ry (iotalH t'oiiipitny.
riuutblllg auil gSH tlttlug. Wbllur Co
alhuquerquk, n. m.
AothoTlred Capital ...,t."00onn im
raid np Capital, Bnrplna
and Proflv, ..tl75)W Ofl
OAJPITf JbV.Xa. X OO.OOO.00.
Tha Bank of Commerco in Aliinquarqae, H. U,
dai4 vtaaw aidaaiva aao mho aw urtaai aauM
twllwlt AaawawM OSawe f Dwfyaaalavaw f Wmmmt
""Srwal arttt rwaaaia B. aktar.
. 3, OT0, PiealiJent J
C. liALcaioaa. Lambat.
B. P, SoaoaTaa. Vles.Ptaaldani.
. B, aTBioai.aa, Caahler. A
H. I. Kaaitoa. Aaalitanl Caahlar.
repository for AtcLIsou,
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, ffices, St!
is.iiiivo iaviisimz" TNTicsrixT..
JOSEPH BAUaJETT. Proprietor.
ISO Wat RallroAd Av- Alhoonr
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Beit and Finest Liquor
NO. 114 WEST HAILUOAD AVENUE
Gr. 1-TJENR.Y, JV1. JD
Stodunt of Dr. Phillip RIoerd of Frsne.
THIBTI BII TKABS' PBAOTICK. ItSN ONLT THKATKD.
li n h ""n",M er eaaa tindertaken when enra la prartlcable and poeelble
- .r-in Lureu .m ir. n eorn a w rencn Kemeotea. Hacent
CAriFr!,Trn,llrimmW.M'n T'1Khl NICVHhH.SANUALWUUlUlZi
Vii - ,.J l"'V,,"",'". aemlnal l.aaiea, nlalit etniaalona. Inaomnla, deapoodancy ,
r-S ,', l!.,no''",.,'',l':,';r,,, ,h" '' reara. Caarefettopatlenucarad.br
permlaalon. Inreatlaale. OrHree Bo7 .te.enteenth atreat. neu I ham. lv..
Knt;ii.h, Krencjvi I .arm an Holiali, Knaalan and
-m v orrrapnnnenea enlleltn.lt atrtrtlr eonndenllal
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Pro.rUtor
Iron and Braaa Caal Ora, Coal and Laraber Caj-a i flhaftlna', Foil a; a, Orata Bara
Babbit Haul i Column! and Iron Fronta for BoildlDjraj Eapalra oa
Mininy and Mill Maobinary a SryaolAJty.
FOUNDRY; '0E RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
GROSS BLAGKWELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarter, for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Broa. Ginned Good.
Kansas Gt? Baking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas fciid
Olorleta, New Mexico.
TOTI &c G-TtJLJDX
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian 'J-
Sola Agenta for San Antonio Lime.
New TelenhoT 5547. 21 8. 21
Eat? lo Writ.
No prttiuro oo
i I't or Hack.
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W. L. TR1MBL.E & CO
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Dctwecn Radio ad and Copper Avei.
Horaoa and Mnlaa Doaght and BxahnngOal.
Aganta for Columbaa linggjr Compur,
Tha Beat Turnouts In tho CltT.
Carriage, Road Carta, Spring Wagoni, Victoria!
Muggii i, Phsctom, Etc., (or Sale, till
Address VV. L. THIMBLE A
QUICKEL & BOTHE. ProDS.
(BuorawMir to Krank U. JoiihM
Einest Wies, Importei anl Domestic Him iti Ccici
Tbe Coolest and Elehest Grate of Larer Serrcd.
Finest inilhtrd II all In tho Territory.
Finest ami IM Import oil ami IromosticCiffflrs
D. R. I.EP0R1T0K1
Dpoi;tory lor the AUantir'
VarifJc and the Atchiaoo
Toptka A Santa Ft
OFFICERS 110 DICECT0B3
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A. A. 6 BAST
W. C. LaOBAftfa. Cuatllat
. iinitSS. Ilamuno Brry., Wool.
Bl ACCWlLL. (iroaas Hlackwell A Co., (Hoaw
w, A. atisiu, Wbolaaal Drtvi 1st.
TocU & S&nU F iUllw.
and Cgara, Imported and Domeatic,
Bohemian anoken. OataaalaaitM and Uai
S AND SI 7 NORTH TUIBI) HT
210 Railroad Avenue.
Albacjacrqaa, I. H.
CO.. Albnqnerqoe, New Mexico