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THE EXCaLENCE OF SYRUP OF nGS
In clue not only to the ori)fitmlity and
(implicit jr of the Comhinntinn, but also
to the cure anil altlll with which it in
manufactured by tirli-iitiflo prncranps
known to the Cai.ifoknia I'm Hvhup
Co, only, and we wish to Imprena upon
all the Importance of purchasing the
true ami original remedy. At the
(fen nine Syrup of Vign In manufactured
by the (ALiroHMiA Km hrmp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
Mint one in avoiding the worthies
Imitation tnnnnfart tired by other par
tie. The high ntunding of the Caij
roaxiA Kin SrKt-p Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Kiga haa
plven to million of families., make
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of it a remedy. It la
far In advance of all other laxativea,
aa it acta on the kidney, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and It doea not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to (ret Its beneficial
effects, pleuse remember the name of
CALIFORNIA HG SYRDP CO.
an rHANcisca, t
i.eriti i r, sr., nrw trk. i. y-
THE DAILY C1T1ZEH.
Ttrmi of aubeariptloa,
Pallr, br wall, one Tear e 00
I'ally, br mall, all month. .. 00
Daily, by mail, three miintlie 1 60
pally, by mall, one month B0
Daily, by carrier, one month 7rV
Weekly, by mail, per year a 00
Thi Daii.V ClTllesj will be tlell.ered In
theclty at tlie low rate nf o eenta per week,
or for 7ft rents per month, when paid monthly.
These ratea are leaa than those of any other
dally paper In the territory.
ADVKRTIHINH RATKS marie known on
application at the oiHce of publication.
THK CITIZKN )ob office ta one nf the beat
In the aoutliweat. and all klnda nf lob print.
n la eieculed wltb oeatoeaa and at loweat
THK BINDKHY, Inst added, la complete
and well titled to do any kind of blndlna.
7 "UK CITIZKN will be handled at the oflice
Hutwrrlptlona will be collected by It. 11.
Tii.ton. or can be paid at the otHce.
NOTICK la hereby tt.en that cmlrre l.en
by employea upon Thi (. itish will not
bf honored nnlees previously rndoraed by the
THK CITIZKN la nn aula at the following
places In the city: 8. h. Newcomer, Via
Kallroad avrnut; llawlry'e Newa Depot. South
Second street; I). A. Mstaon A Cn'l, No. Uoft
Kallroad avenue, and llavry'e hating House
at the drpot.
THK h H KK LIST The free Hat of Tri
ClTir.sN embracra Notlcea of limits, ku
hnffes, runernls, leatha. Church Services and
hntertalnments where no ail mission Is charged.
HUOI1KS MrC'KKIi.ll l,
Kdltora and Fubli.lirrs,
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fa
raOH THI HOITB Arrive
Nn. 1 California kareaa 7:'iftpm
No. 17 hi pleas 8: '.ft pm
so IN (J HORTH Lesvee
No. a AUantlc Ki press 10:Apm
No. 83 LiK-al Kapresa 7:'Jfpm
raon TBI aooTa Arrives
No, SS Lical htpress 0:b0pm
ooimo aoUTB Lravee
No. 11 Mexico aipress ......19:00 am
Santa Fa Pacific.
Mo, a Atlantic hipress 10:3ft pm
OOIMO WIST. Leaves
No. 1 Pacific hipreea BiOb pm
Nos. 1 and 9, Pacific and Atlantic Kxpreaa,
bave Pullman palace drawing- room cara, tour
tat sleeping- cara and chair eara between Chi
caaro and Loa Atifrelea and Sao Kran?lsco,
Nos. Ul and .a, Mellco and lineal Kxpresa,
bave Pullman palac cara and chair cara from
hi Paso to Kanaaa Otv
W. II. TKULL, Joint Aceat.
Mi CsfaJ yr ij Themnat faarlnatlne: tnven.
11 kr I t ion of the aw. Alwavaready
tlssWiiee- , - io enU'rlaln. It minim no
Ine'i entertainment at leunc or In thcsncial rath.
rrlnR Ymi can nine or inlk to it and It will
r, riluce imniiillau.ly and u ofuo as dasired,
tuner wvt-Mlltit lalklnjr machines repmduca
enly ncni.ls of rut and dried ulij,-et. si tail jr
,re,nsl In a Inlairakiry : tit the (lntiho.lione Is
not liiiiltrd tomii-h irfiimisnees. On thetlrai-hiv
pliolir von inn em-llF nmkeanil lli-laiitly reproillira
ri'i'onlAof the voice, or nyiind Thin It eon
Slantly nwnkelu new lnb'ntand Itarhann laever
lleli. I lie ri'l'rlKluriinuB e near liu iiioiiuu.
Qraptiopnones are sola TorSiQ
f'l!!! nn-1 H Imtll. our .t.-il-lialiiiiMtt ! bf4
?iiiirlri-4 or thf wiirlfl -r In I Mini Ml.nifi u4
aUiag iim iniitj .u,iU. . Wrllwrt-rtaVUiluguie.
COLDMBU PHONOGRAPH CO., Dept. 30,
720-722 01iv Street, St. Louis, Mo.
ST. Lot' in,
I'HII.AIiII I H1A,
ONE FOR A DOSE.
, futtiy in
for taatvltb. Tti Bttbr ariM dot ai, kan
A muTmiivut of tb txtwala b day im u-
wioom rn, w trill mail Moipi r, of foil hoi U
to. Wid ii dia. ftc lWMNt.0 CO. Phii Pi
A4iKTH WANT K li KUK WAR WITH
M'A I N " in tuiiiii(r tmttlei on ana
lutuj. t'nnuin. Mil alKMit annum, navica, fnrta
aiui wslniit of bth tiMtiuni), ami graphic
atury of tin- itrrat vlt lury ( Ui-Kallnt Ut-ry;
If Hm rverythinu alxntt Sani.Mn, hlry, h us -hugii
Lr and Iratiinii rtnnniamit r. by lltm.
Jtiintrk hankin Vmina, tlir intrepul leader for
L'tilia lihit in the fiit 1 1 of CiniKreaa. The
freatettt war hiMik publiahed; tiooiaiMe pa-fen;
tn Miiprrb itliiittratKHia, many in ra h color.
Itsta luttf? colored inaj-i. Htutifi book, fiitfh.
e-it coiiifiiikwiona, lowent pru e; only $ l.Tti,
Kuv ti MUttiMrittrr re eivea ft rand $1 premium
fiee. Ietnand enorinoua; barveat for aMMit;
Ut days' credit; freight aid; ouibt free. Write
to-day. A'l'lreaa 1 lie National llook Concern,
Ut-p t- 15, fd Iearborn atrret, Chicatfo.
Bta io Oniah,
Tin round trip, good fur thirty day.
owtH 41.70. Tim round trip frnod to re
turn until NovHiuUr 15 cohIh $.V1. Kur
further partlcuUrrt Inquire at the ticket
otUce. W . B. Thl LU Agttut.
Ca'iin'ta f'auilv Cuiburt ic. tlie nmal wnn
derful iiifdit'ul dikrou-rv of tlio B't, pleas
ant Hinl i rfifaliiriif to tho Uhie, t gently
and I'omUvt ly on kidua, liver and k-owt'la,
ili-anaitiir Hi" entire aval, in, tlH,,d rolda,
curt lieu.lHolie, fuv.-r, liubltual toiiHtlpalloa
and biiioiiKncaa. J'W-hs.' buy and try a bci
of ' to dav; 10, V t enia. Uuidaud
g uarauUMHi lo curt) by all druKgiftia.
l ay Your I'oll Ti,
All partiw who have not paid their
poll tai for 1 WVH plnaHe call and settle
fur KttiiiH at llawley'aou the Corner, and
aave eiptmrte of Hint.
hoy MlUonalu, Clerk.
Merman and Npaiilal.,
Kor Ihmhoiih In thivte laiiguagce apply
at 101H eutith Third etreet.
You may hunt the world over and you
will not 11 nd another medirlne equal to
( (lainl-erUiiiH ColU Cholera and liar
rhda heuiedy for bowel coiiiplainU. It
1h pltaaiit. Hare and feliahle. Kornale
ty all druggUU.
re Mexico b
Kort Wliifratp. Jul; 2i Mm. J. II.
Young, of Hollirook, Arizona, who Ik
tlHlting her pnretitt, Mr. ami Mra. Karri
(fan, at thlN poMt, la the prnml poHftiwr
of a little jrlrl, mhlrh arrived lant Hatur
IT. .Nir"iila, tho po"t iir)foon. In i
f1lii?ly pnpnlar nith thu pwnnlK of the
rarrlaon In general, more e-riHlljr with
the Kort IMiiRHte Imwliall rluh, of wliirb
he han eoneented to hernnie niaiiafrer, atid
the bojs are taking much more Interwt
Id the gamn
Kre1. Klley la looking ont for the wel
fare of John II. Norton & Vo. at thla poet,
aim for the I'oet Kxfhaiige, In aililitlon
to hie duties a. forngemaitiT, ami ivdie
qnetitl; U kopt vers tiuer.
Captain Conk,, at commanding olDrer,
ailjitunt, qimrterninter and r-oitim Ikhht y.
la kept ateadllj oo the go from until
night, lint la never an bust hut what he
ran give some of hi time to hi men, and
naturally he la thought to have no eupe
rior aa commanding officer.
The lith and lw;h were pay day at
Win gate etatloti. About 240 railroad
men received their month's pay, and
naturally there waa quite an eirltlng
lime, and the remilt In one man klfled
and eevrral wounded, hut nothing defi
nite la known regarding the trouble
which lid to the killing.
A h. McUaffey, our genial and accom
modrtlng elation ageut, la kept exceed
in g y buy nowaday on account of the
nVlny of train coneeitient to the numer
ous waxhnuta both eant and weet of H In
Mayor J. L. Van toren, of Mluewatnr,
ha been a vlHilor at the poet for several
John II. Norton, of I.o Angele, came
In from the weel lat Monday morning.
He expect to leave for Hluewater thi
a n ta rit.
Frum the New Mexican.
Mr. C. K. Hiiti'lilBon came np from
Albuquerque Tuemlay evening to enjoy
Santa Ke'a glorious climate for an ludell
Attorney II. L. Ortiz ha brought suit
agalnet Juliana Klvera to collect a debt
of iM said to be due Thomas f. liable.
The cane will be tried before Juntlre
Kruno Komero, July 25.
H O. Flipper, who ha been in Wash
ington for eeveral moulh on private
bUHlnesH, will return to thl city during
the coming week. He I etill a npeclal
agent of the court of private laud claims,
John K. Clark and family are In the
city and will remain eeveral month.
Mr. Clark Is bridge foreman of the Santa
Ke railway having charge frnitt Alhu
qnerque to Cerrllliat and Hanta Ke and I
known aa a palimUklng and elllclent
1 he Santa Ke Krult company he al
renily bought and paid for It evaporator.
The evaporator waa made by the ta, illiatn
Krult Kvaporator company, of Naaliville,
Mich. It will have a capacity of l.r0
IiuhIihIh of apple, or 3ou banket of
peaches per day.
Hon. Solomon I. una, of Ln Luna,
who I sojotirulug at Santa Barbara, Cal.
with Mr. Luna, write Mr. A. U. Mer
ger, clerk of the dtxtrlct court, that he
will be In Bauta Ke next Saturday. Mr.
Lanawill remain on the coast for the
T. J. Cnrran, of Albnanerqne, repre
senting the Kqultable Life Insurance
company a a special ageut, I In the city
on busluetw. lie 1 the guest of Hon.
and Mr. Amado Chaves. He report
business In hi line aa very fair.
1). 8. Lowttzkl, the young San Kran
cIhco street furulture dealer, ha leased
the tore-room adjoining his place of
business ou the west and uow has a force
of carpenters and masons repairing the
Interior of the buildlug and tearing out
a portion of the wall to admit of a con
nection with the main store being made.
Mis Kate (ireeuhaum. of New York,
was married Tuesday to Jacob Hteln, of
Santa Ke, at the residence of Mr. and
Mr. Kelix (irant at Tree Piedras. The
Keverend Joseph 1'o'acliynriky, of I)en
ver, a well-known aud respected rabbi of
that city, olllciatlug. Mr. and Mrs. Kelix
lirant. In the absence of the parent of
the bride, gave the young lady away aud
acted a sponsor.
Hon. Juan Sautlstevan, of Taos, ha re
turned from a three weeks' greatly en
joyed trip In Mexico with the wedding
tatty comprising hi daughter and her
husband, Mr. iWuahe Honzales, and an
other daughter, Miss Clrila Santtstevun.
The little party vlxited the City of Mex
ico and many other places In that vicin
ity. The party received much attention
in Mexico from the ofllclal of the Amer
ican legation and consulate and also hud
nn audience with 1'resldent Muz who
treated them with much consideration
and courtesy. Mr. Santistevau and
party are registered at the F:xchunge.
From the Optic.
A number of case of small mix 1h re
ported In the vicinity of Tecirlute, some
eight mile south of here.
A perHoual letter was received at The
Optio front Judge Thomas Smith. He
was at Warrentou, Ya.. but will leave ln
a few day for the Virginia Hot Spring
to spend a few week.
Jose Komero, the twelve-year-old son of
Sheriff Romero, while crossing a bridge
on horseback north of town, Saturday
night, his horse stepped Into a hole,
throwing the boy aud fracturing his
The people of Las Vega put the na
tional war revenue stain in on their
'hecks, drafts and legal documents with
a smile, and seem pleased that they can
contribute their small mite to help de
fray the national war expenses.
Messrs. Wise aud llognett, in a letter
from Mis M. Florence Keilley, of tiultl
more, learn that her brother, Kugene,
who has now a family of six children
and who ha grown quite stout, weigh
ing 1'.'5 pounds, Is a resident of Char
lotte, N. I'., and Is employed as the agent
of a church aud school furnishing com
pany. P. S. Crank, who was editor of the Re
publican, published some weeks ago on
the west side. Is reported a having left
town for unknown parts, taking with
him a diamond ring belonging to I. C.
W atson, and with having also forged Mr.
Watson's signature to some check before
The Optic received and hung In Its ed
Itorial otllce, a iiiimt excellent picture of
K. A. Kistler, who for so many years was
the editor and proprietor of the paper,
and whose Ideas and tradition are still
largely followed In the paper's general
make-up. The picture U a crayon, or
dered through J. N. Furlong, and beside
being au excellent likeness Is au orna
ment to the ollice,
WEEKIT CROP BULLETIN,
The following report Is furnished by
the I'uited State department of Agricul
ture, climate and crop bulletin of the
weather bureau. New Mexico section:
Over the territory generally the weath
er for the week ending July It, may be
characterized as cool, cloudy audshowery.
This wan the case especially 111 Uurtheru
counties, while in some southern sections
only a few light showers occurred. In
mauy localities of the central aud north
ern counties the rains were unusually
heavy and much damage resulted from
floods and washout. Standing crops
were badly lodged, lrrlgatiou ditches
washed out, and many miles of railroad
Impaired. The greatest damage was
canned by the storm of the evening of the
lillli, In northwestern counties.
The threatening and showery weather
ha luterferred considerably with the
wheat and alfalfa harvests. Much of the
alfalfa that was cut during the week was
badly damaged by the rains, aud there is
I aume fears expressed that wheat that
ha been rut and shocked may begin
to sprout If the clondy, damp weather
continue much longer. The rain have
hail a very liemlinal effect, however,
on all growing crops, and from all
eeitinn report Indicate extremely
natiKfactory condition. Corn ha made
rapid advance, rind ha an unusually
g'ssl color and stand. New potatoes,
bean and pea are plentiful even In the
market of northern counties. The
range have never been better at thl
season, and cattle, sheep and horse are
In excellent condition. The fruit proe
pect continne most promising. The
fruit lis not matnred quite a rapidly a
could 1st desired, but It I thought that
the slight delay will not prove disadvan
tageous to the orchardist. While It 1
expected that grape will not he so plen
tiful a In (tome former year, yet the
quality of the fruit promise to be better
The following remark are extracted
from the report of correspondent:
Hluewater J. H. Van liorn I'nprec
i'ente rain for the past four day. Lit
tie damage resiil rd from the overflow of
arroa, while grasse have been greatly
heneHted. Highest temperature V'a, oil
the 1.4th. Kaiufall, 'i:4i.
Aziec C. K. Mead -Rattier a cloudy
week, with considerable rainfall. Farm
er are cutting winter wheat; spring
wheat not yet ru. Second crop of al
falfa not yet In bloom. A good deal of
corn In tael and some ln the .Ilk.
String bn, new potato and pea are
plentiful. The rains have don much
damage to ditches, and some farmer are
without water. Highest tt mpeiature,
on t'lh. Kaiufall, I .MM.
Hernallllo Brother (labrlel Heavy
rain and cloudy weather during the
week have had a very beneficial rlTect on
the growth of vegetation. Corn, alfalfa
and In general fruit, have been much
Improved, drape are healthy and of
good size, hut not a plentiful a last
year. A large portion of the cutting (
the second alfalfa crop wa caught In the
rain and somewhat damaged. The new
crop coming np finely. VS heat I nenrlv
all cut, but tumble to do any further
work for the present on account of the
rain. Highest temperature, t, on 14th.
Rainfall, ii ii7.
Cliff T. J. Clark-Splendid rains on
the Hih and lull, lira and stock never
looked better at thi season. All farm
crop making rapid growth. Chinch hug
are working on the bean crop. Krult
iialllna Spring ,la. K. Whitmore
Fine week for all crop and for range
pasture. Fruit are doing finely ; some
of the small applee are dropping but
there I plenty Ml, a many as the tree
will stand. Highest temperature, tw, on
the 11th and l'Jth. Rainfall. 2.05.
La Cruce Cayetano Thompson A
great deal of cloudy weather, with a few
showers. Range are looking well; the
second crop of alfalfa I being cut. The
river I running high, and the ditch
are full of water. Highest temperature,
W), on the 12th. Kaiufall, O.ld.
Ojo Calient A. Joseph The heavy
rains with hall have done a great deal
of damagn to the crop this week. The
ranges are covered with a thick growth
of grass, and the cattle, sheep and horse
are fat. Highest temperature, 11, on the
luth and Uth. Rainfall, U.
Pajartto J. K. Hubbell Three heavy
rains this week. Crops generally are
doing well, but obliged to stop cutting
wheat on account of rain.
Santa Ke U. H. Weather liurean
Cloudy weather with almost dully rain.
Crop have made a splendid growth, but
(rults have not ripened so rapidly owing
to lack of iunhlu. Corn particularly
ha greatly Improved, and the stand has
a line, healthp color. Highest tempera
ture, 7U, nn four days; rainfall, 11".
Old Albuquerque- A. Moutoya, Jr.
So much rain during the week that
work on the farms 1 at a standstill.
The second cutting of alfafa ha been
frreatly damaged, and wheat which ha
teen cut and stacked for threshing la In
danger of sprouting.
R. M. HHIHN(,K,
Opsnlug np th Fhlllputn..
When the new order of thing Is es
tablished In the Philippine Islands, there
is likely to be a great rush to t'ncle
Sam's latest possessions. There will be
a scramble tor wealth similar to that
which occurred when the Klondike gold
tlelds were discovered. No matter what
business a man Is engaged in, he thinks
more of hi purse than of his health, but
wealth I worthless without gcsxl health
to enjoy It. Hostetter's Stomach Hitter
Is needed by nearly everybody. Rich aud
poor are cured by it of constipation, dys
pepsia, general debility and malarial
fevers. Women who are nervous, men
who are overworked, people whose night
are sleepless, should take) these world
famous bitters If they wish to be cured.
From the Prem-ott Courier.
('has. McDonald, formerly connected
with the Mutual Life liwuruiicecompany,
at Albuquerque, and also a somewhat
noted ball player. Is among the voluuteers
in Captain Horradalle's company.
W. J. Mulvetiou ha earned the lasting
gratitude of the boys at VY hippie by giv
ing them Ice free. He has placed a large
whisky barrel just outside of the Ice fac
tory, which he keeps tilled wltb Ice water
all the time for their special use, while
the tfflys carry large cakes of It dally to
An KntariJrlatiiBT lru(alst.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than J. II. U'RIelly
Co., who spare no pains to s- cure the
best of everything in their line for their
many customers. They uow have the
valuable agency for Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. This 1 the wonderful remedy
that Is producing such a furor all over
the country by Its many startling cures.
It absolutely cures Asthma, Kronchltis.
Hoarseness and all atlectiotm of the
Throat, Chest and Lungs. Call at the
aUVH drug store and get a trial Istttle
free or a regular size for Uhs. and 1.(hi.
Guaranteed to cure or price refunded.
Nu-Tvj llue fur rlf;y ten .
'iuar.nite- d k l b.H'.t t-'ir, r:n,, . Ktak
-urn jtrot!.-. b,,; is.re. foe fi All uru,rriit
"Last summer one of our grandchildren
was sick w ith a severe bowel trouble,"
says Mrs. K. 0. tiregory, of F redericks
towu. Mo. OurdiK'tor's remedy had failed;
then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
aud lHurrhii'S Remedy, which gave very
speedy relief," For sule by all druggists.
Kaourslnus Ui Its fsrlllo Coast This
The Santa Ke will sell cheap excursion
tickets to Isis Angeles, San Diego, Ke
dondo Reach or Santa Monica during
June, July aud August. The summer at
the seaside is not only cool aud delight
ful, but it is a most benetlclal change
from the high altitudes of New Mexico
There Is no Oner summer resort In the
world than Corouado Reach, aud In the
summer oue can stop at this beautiful
place at no greater expense than at ordi
nary places, and at less than halt what it
costs at Atlantic coast resorts.
To Cure l'inillt.i 1.01 I orevi r,
T'lUl: I'lt.-i'lireM I llflilv I .11 irlir 1 V lit S.'iO
It : r.. Ull to cur.-, driuv.sw r- fur.il muuuy
With a Uxsd determination not to carry
overasiugle light weight suit, we have
divided our stis'k lulo two lots, which
will be sold at i'.i 75 aud 7u per suit
respectively. The former are our (12,
U aud (11 suits; the latter our (lueet
goods, which are worth (15 to (J5, and
also include the remainder nf our iiiImiIis
Kvery suit is a bargain.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
The ladies of St. John's (iulld and all
other friends of the church are requested
I to meet at toe sacristy on Friday morn
! Ing at U o'clock. Au Important ooiu
' munlcatiou will be unvteat this meeting,
i Mrs. Frank McKee, president St. John's
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Thr prmlnm ar
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wrapper trad tnarkt
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k IM .t.,M liMi.Hrt
1 laHIs'a..l.l i.Uls.1 WiM
1 h.h ar, Im f'.i-lnm,,.,'
Il Alliari. I(itl4r t -hS
Tha Annual SuhaicrlDllon sirirs to s Lbihh
List of BfanJaril MM.iin..
nn.l ninnthllMS. 1n.-i,.liiiif o... I,.i,t...- ,.,n J-..irri-.l.
.lnii. r-ttii..li!.t.i. M.-Cliir.-. (I.mI.-.m. ,.t, . ui
fiillrxlliil ulilll.n I ...i.iiiWr.iiir'
fi-rl as if the
aura ttarm is
juat a mallf
to cndlras mis
of wonirn wlio
could get no rc
lirf troru any
to Ifortor K V.
Pierce, chief consulting phyaii-ian of tha
Invalid's Ilotal and Surirical Institute nf
Hull.ilo. N. Y., truing him of the hi io fita
received from Ilia wondrrrtil prescript. ona
and the cateful profciainnal advice which
he sends hv mail without chanre.
A laOy HviDa in U'r.t l-ton. Madlsrm Co.,
tf. V., Mrs. Malllr A. Wnlkrr. In a rrr.nl Irttrr
Io Ir. firrre. aava : "I wrilr In iultirm y,si
what yoor rrmrdira have itune fir mr; Itirt Ihry
hsve h.liietl mr mil, h lhal I annwmSwhrrr
to omimmrr or wlt-tr til Irsvr nil. ss I hsil ui h
a corot, licallun of ailmrius For three yrara I
had such lia1 sirrlls I thntiirht that if itylnirwaa
only Just a alrep 1 ,ltil not want In w,ikr aim aul
trr skmu; I wonl'l Im glnil In lisvr uralh rnnir
any night. I g,S so ,ii nuragr1 It ar-mnt as If
I t-niild nrver Isj well and h:i(pv agsin. I had
asthmatic aM-lla tnwiiids niurning tv'nietiinrs
I tell ss tf I rnulil ilia grt liroilh enough to livr;
hsd drrsillul fMlins in thr lo nf my hsl, and
was an nrrvnua I fell as If soiiielln'tig ilrru,llnl
was Knlng to hnten-I entild not trll why
either. I could vtiitr a toen Khrrls lull wn,l not
trll all thr dresdliil things I sulhreil. from Ir
male weakness. cmli)itllun, sathiuatic sm1Is,
and rheumatic tieuiuigi.i
"1 advise all who ate suffering wH onlv to use
Pr. I'irtce'a niisllclnrM. hut to g, t Ins adv i, r also,
tor ft has helM. me si, fnui h I caioiot iiy
eninigh in tirulsr of l.,lh thr adviir and the
remedies. J look nil vour tnrdl. lues ss Ik in. a
MMl-M-tid. ami will a.k i ,'-! to guide sullrrlng
humanlly to thr riglil fell, f "
l-'or nrrvous tioiildes and ailtnrnta pecu
liar to women lr I'irrce's l;avoitte Pre.
acription i. the oulv proprietary remedy
designed bv a regularly educated physician.
For bronchial Hlicctinn-, aud digestive dilh
culties his "t.nlden Mudleul Iiiscovery " is
the one permanent cure. His "Pleasant
1'ellrta " arr the most rtlrctive natural non
grilling Ux itive for rotniipatton
Send to Dr K V riit. e. llulfalo, N T .
for a free copy of the " 1'eoidt ' Dlediral
Adviser." Iwr paper covered copy t-ucUise
tt one-cent stamps to cover mailing only.
Cloth bound, v atamps.
MAMTA K COAL, ION1MACT.
Hlds for Handling 7..-.00 Tods Par Mouth
(isnsral HiiperliitciulHUt Mnoge of tli
Dalits Ka lias Issue I a circular ask Inn
for bids for tlis lian iHiik uf coal on the
santa Ks tliiritiK the e-nnttl ri tr two years.
I lis coal Is now Isning tianilleHl by i. W.
Clitiisstui, of Toiicka, wlio lias liud the
I'oiilract for sxvurul ysars. The bids will
Imvs to be In by Autrust 20, ami the low
est bidder will receive I lie contract.
The liandllliK of coal contemplates Its
transfer from the cars to tits coal chutes
and from the chutes to the enicuies. All
the Cowl Is furnished by the coni'wny
and the amount used per month amounts
to about 7,oUU tons.
"'!! IS llllMld Jlt-p.
' d III" 'tis u cl,; li si. in. V.i
I" au. .- ttuh. ul il. t (1-,,'alelM, I an, I, t .ilJi.ii
tic i ail oiir I'inoil mid k , p ii i I, -.in, ,
lining ii the I.i v Invr and ,li uing uil ml
pill II lea I the liodf. Iteglli t. ..lav til
Ihinish pimples, India, I. lot, l,, s, , 1, l,' a.ls,
and thai sickly inliotis eotut'lexion bv I il.oig
I as.nreta. beauty fur ten rent a. All drug
giata, suli.faitum guaranteed, lOe, 2m,Sc.
Snap NlioU With a Oraphophons.
The (rraplinplioue Is to the ear what
the pliotorailili! camera Is to the eye,
ami more, for the (trapliophone catches
Instantly ami preserves every tint ami
shade of sound. A most Interesting use
of a (irapnophoiie Is to make records of
your friends voices to be preserved for
future use. You can catch the story of
your jolly friend just a. he tojd It, or the
favorite song of some loved one just as
she sauu It. anil have It reproduced per
fectly at any time ami as ofteu as you
pleuse. Keshles the tirapliopuone affords
wonderful entertainment lu the way of
reproducing- the music of bauds, orches
tras, or Visal or Instrumental soloists.
No luvestmetit will return so much in
pleasure as the purchase of a liraplio
phone. It is the perfect talking ma
chine. Write for Catalog-tie No. ao, to
the Columbia I'hotiograph Coiiipauy, No.
"HI 'ii Olive street, bt. Louis, Mo.
thleago Stock Market.
Clilcauo, July 21. Cattle Receipts.
10,(MJ head; best steady; others a shade
lieeves, 1 1 2Hiitu.Hu; cows and heifers,
2 1'lfino; Texas steers, :i.iVil.7o;
sttx'kers and (eetlers I't.lnKfl.iUj.
Bheep-KeoeipU, 12,000; market weak
to Mc. lower.
Natives, M.oiul.'.'O; westiirns, i 00,4
475; lambs. tl."iKf..r.o.
Eslil' .sntsr,trsmll Vnlf
as i.Aj-hi .ii,,i ..'i.i',. iii .1 .I., i,,.,. ,n
1 ,' 'In. '....
ri rk . I tl.-l.-l H.- ''I- f... , ,,,,
ir - i II.. , . . . ,
The rtr-.MI-. rrtr.(
to discontinue t''U
premtum rifle r at nry
time without mtttce.
Begin ainit laammij '
"C" Hhp Wrapper
of yni tmre r,ur i-Im-Iit of1
fl.t-.t !" i-i hint.
I iHmi i I it. t 1'rr Ht-ta.n
I . ie.i m I n
,1 n,M , t .1' .u k .aittp Hoi
r. i -.i, i,,,..,
11 ajxi-l Ntrl i ) of I'.r-
titr f i i m si, ft hni k
1 lttaa IdKitnl H irniiihita,
k f-tt. or
i t-Mucatlttnal Attaa
(il'the, A1 lot He hlnh.
r rani mi'i xnn 1 i
" .'II ' M ,
tan he writ
In h.ird or
Dots m l
f.ihi lea In
;r.;v TOR SALE
- I' Ctln. ,
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Klre, Ore, Ore aale at "The Hair Store."
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
'rookery and glassware, Whitney Co
Krult jars and Jelly glasses. Whitney
New alfalfa, 35 cents per 100 pounds,
at A. Lombartlo'a.
1'atronlze the Kconoiulst dale of wash
goods of all kinds.
Attend the sale of drummers' wimple
at the Koouomlst.
Forty cents seven feet cloth shale with
frluge at Kutrelle's.
New pottttss, fifteen pounds (or '
(slits, at A. Loiuhardo'.
New line of white Kmplre funs just re
oelved at the Ktwuomisl.
l'u re ground chile, 12',' ceuU per
oound, at A. Loiubardo'a.
Highest prima paid for gents' clothing
it hart's, 117 (iold avenue.
Attend the special sale of shirt walste
tt the Kconoiulst this week.
Latest novelties In pompadour and side
xiliIs). Kos nn wald Ilrolhers.
Cider or wine vinegar, pure and strong,
la cents per gallon, al A. Lombardo's.
A oomplote line of potted meats and
lellcacies (or luncheons aud picnics, at
If you want anything ln the binding
ir job printing Hue, call at Thi Citiikn
The best groceries and Unest llitiors
'or family use at the lowest prices, at A.
The freshest slock of staple and fancy
groceries are to be found at Hell X Co.V,
None but the best artists employed at
Halm's barber shop, N, T. Aruiljo build
ing. Hatha 2it).
New organdies, lawns, dlmititw, etc.,
in all the new effects, ou sale this week,
tt the Kt'ououiist.
Slightly damaged by Are. Goods of
fered cheap ou the bargain counters at
The hair Htore."
Look Into Klelnwort's market on north
Third tilre.it. tie has the nloeet fresh
neat In the eltr.
Kresh vegetables, fruits In season,
poultry and staple groceries, at Hell A
Co.'s. becond street.
liest Old Kye or Bourbon whisky (or
medicinal purposes, only 70 cents per
quart, al A. l.ombarilo's.
Hot chile con carne seirved every night
at the I'aradlse. lsj not miss It. Bache
chl A (iioml, proprietors.
An experience of years enable J. L
Bell & t o. to furnish just what their cus
lomers want. Orders solicited; free de
livery. J. L. Bell A Co , toe grocers, successors
lo V. V. I rotter, are prepared to furnish
everything In their Hue at the lowest
Purchase your tickets for a trip to the
famous Sulphur hot springs from W. L.
Trimble it L'o.'s. 1 hey will give you all
Have just received another lot of crash
hats, i hey are very neat and only cost
"li cents. Hlmon bteru the Kallroad
The beet place for good, juicy steaks
and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
In a first class market, at Kleluwort a,
north Third street.
Competition ln prices Impossible,
Isiu't ask how we do It. Yon do the
picking at the biggest store, (iolden
Rule liry tioods company.
The Hulphur hot springs Is the Ideal
mountain resort within a day's ride of
this city. Call at W. L. Trimble ,t l'o.'s,
ou north Becond street, for particulars.
Auk our wrapper customers how they
like our goods. Ihey will tell you they
are all right aud "awfully cheap." They
are cheaper now than ever. Koneuwald
Just received a large assignment of
Que 1'aliforula tirape brandy, spriug 'Vi,
which we will sell to saloon keepers at
ti.V per gallon. Original package. 0.
fiwhechl A ii. (Jioml.
llealers In Keiulngton typewriters, the
standard typewriters of the world. Can
supply business otllt-es with experienced
stenographers to till permapent aud tem
porary positions, al short uolloe. Halm
Call at "The Green Krout" shoe store
for children's and misses' sandals aud
oxfords, black and tau, latest styles, d to
S, tin Cents; M'f to 1 1, U0 cents; 11'-, to 2,
ft; ladles' oxford t, 1 W. Chaplin, proprietor.
Jfo'i ran n.ve a
COHERT & RICD, Prop's
(st'eraasoas to o. radaracco)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A most delightful resort, where all klnda of
urinas anil cigars are served, t'lenty uf shade
or Tipiiors. iiivs ua a trial.
H. H. Warkontin
Albnquerqne Bowling Parlors!
Cornei Klrst Bt and Copper Ar.
Tb finest Bowllnt Alleys In the Ronthwest.
nice pisee 10 spend me evening,
Tne New Chicago
18 one of the nicest reworts tn th
city, and la supplied with th
orm aua auest uqoora.
HEISCH 4 BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lolgtng Roorru by th day,
WWK VW OlUUWl.
809 Waat Railroad Anaa
Very Finest lYincs.
Liquors and Cigars
Thltd Htreet aid fljeraa Iveaa.
Atlantic Boor Hall!
8CHNK1DKR HI, pBors.
Cool Kh Bass on dnothti tba Boast Natlr
Wins and th eary bast of flrat-elan
Llqaora. Olr as a eall.
RAILROAD ATRRCR. AlRUOORRQITR.
A Motssl r-lwesv
Grande A Parentll from them we reap, n
ail klnda of LIuuihts. tins and tiisii
Delicious Ciaara, too, here we sain, Kl
cholreat rlarora we nbtal l1
Gicellent Ror,Mfia hrnh clean and neat, HP
at aotl on Mouth Klrst Stre 1
&tons at Alnnquerune there are plenty I
whola.ortrVlANl.iK A PAHKNTl
DESCENT GOAL YARD,
GALLUP COAL Bat Do-
tnutic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight ".,- ,
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent,
New Telephone No. (64.
Old Telephone No 7
Learc orderTrimble' ttablei
A. K. WALKElt,
Stcrettrf latntl Building luocliUoa.
MRna at J. O. KwldHdaw' Lsaalrsr Xmr
All kinda of Fresh and Sa
Steam Sausage Factory.
31 A SONIC TEMPLE,
EM ILK LKLN WOUT, Prop
WE DLSIKU TO INi-OKM
The Rood dressers of Albuquerque
that a tine Hue uf
Await their Inspection at
107 Snath Klrst
Suits Cleaned for $J.OO.
CALL AT THE
Low Price and Courteous TrcatbMOL
KAKL A. INtULH,
1 TTOKNKY-AT-LaW. Kwim 10, Crora
L well blot k, Albuquerajiie, N. M.
P. at. MAKKOUH,
i Ml VL KNtllNhKK HFhCl ALTY IrrlRa
sv thin and Water Supply, kiamlnalloiiasnd
Heburts. Mat's, alalia and e.tlinatea. Cnrrea-
iMindenre Solicited. kiHitn 10. Armljo block,
.'or. aid fit. and Kailroad a.euue.
IIILK HlaHOf UINHUf,
UUMIkOPATlllC ftlYSIClANS AND
mirireons unice ana residence over ptMM
ittlce. Old Telephone . New Telephone
ma. aara. oaarion nianop, at. u., onics unnrs,
1 ... a m. I, tll.1..... U I. ..Ml...
Honrs, it lo 10 a. m.. sod I to S and 7 to S p. m
nan ricTsiur m r. miner s.
JOHN TAMIUKit, M. I
ptlYHICIAN AND HUUUKUN-OWca In
t Artnilo bulldltiir Corner of Kallroad avanue
ano 1 blld stiret. Ilonra, 8:0 to II a m.j I
it. 8 p. m. Special attentluo Riven to etuoole
ana atseaee. of wumeo.
U. U. JUHKaow,
AUCUITKCT-Plana. apeclHcatlona and as.
tlmatrs furnished for ail cisssmbs of bnlld
i. and archliectmal work. Ottlcsi SO Wast
KKICK and resldsnce, No. 411 West Mold
. svrliris. Telethons No. 9a. (inirshoius
i It, Ml. m.ll :'JO to :UQ snd 7 tn il n. m.
(i 8. haaterdar. M. U. 1. U. kaaterda-, M. O.
w, tt. uof a, at it..
OKKICK HOUKS -Until 9 a. m. and from
1 80 to S 80 and from 7 to S p. m. Oftc.
and reetdencr, H.O west Uuid avenua, Albu
querque, IS . Bl.
E. J. AlRar, U. I. a.
AKM1JO HI.OCK, OPPtMlTK ILKK1.D
. V bo,.'. (Jllii.e bouis; a a. in. to 14 HO
I HO p. in. to 6 p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
Appointments made by rnatl.
HKHMAHI1 a. KODIf,
ATTOKNhY-AT LAW, Albuquerque, N.
M. Prompt attention Riven to all business
pertaltitliR to the prolesslon. Will practice In
all court, ol the territory and befure the United
Stale, laud ottlce.
WII.MAM D. UK,
A TTOKNKY-AT-LAW. Office, room 7,
N. 1. Amnio building. Will practice In
ail the coune ul the territory.
JOHNNTON a RIMCAL,
ATTOKNkYS-AT LAW. Albnquerqne, N.
M odice, rooms 6 and S, rust Naiooal
K. W. 1. UK VAN
TTOKNhY-AT LAW, Albnquerqne, N.
L at othce, rust National bank building.
fKAR at W. CLAMCV,
. TTOKNhY-AT LAW, rooms Sand S, N.
i. T. Annuo bulldlliR, Albuquerque, N. M.
R). W. UOHMm,
Y AT LAW. Oft
TTOKNKY AT LAW. OftlceoverKob
neon's if rocery stole, Albuquerque. N. M.
l.adlra', MiHMew' and ehlldrvu'a iuiimIIu
and Cainhrli; underwear uow on aptHdal
sale at (IoIiIhu Kule) lr (iikmIh CoiiiMHiiy.
II fi''1-! iu1 ':r. 'V'ltt-i, I',.
K enable quality ws art Here.
to aell pine (msla la their Id.rt
A Iwaya cool and sharp, their beer, 3
N. . .. quite unrgiialled (ar or Ulli
oble Wlnee. all patrtma rreet. fjs
ItllDorted anddnmealle. s StfM-h rrtmnlst U
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
AnthoiisM Capital ....t&WfOOfl K
raid np CailtAi,8urplaa
andrroflta 1175.000 00
O M.Xj. (KM KOOO.OCS
The Back of Cominarc6 in AlbuqceroQe, N, M.
Taia tw rrwrtaa Rrtcri : avd ismvis) r vneni or ntannr
rlls ArsMaua! aa4 OflRea ta Pbr ttm rjssrr isastlllf
t tilWial wtsat rVwRkle luaiHi- r.
Otrro, President I, C, Baldridrr. Lamew. W.C. LRORkRn, Ca,uaiet
P, ttoBciTRR, VlcR-Presldsnt. A. Birrbarr, BIsmmor Bros,, Wool.
. .BTRinRi.RR, Cashlse. A. M. DiAOR WRi.t. firoea, Blsrkwall Co., Umoar
B. I, BBRRtOR, Assist Ant C sable. W. A. MalWRUL, WholeaaJe DrBlflet.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka k 8&nU Fe Rilwa.
the ST- EHilVEO
SAMPLE AND OLUB ROOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO Waat Railroad At. Albacjvarraa.
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prep.
The Best and Finest Liquors
NO. 114 WEST HAILH0AD AVENUE
Gr. HENRY, M. D
Studant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Frane.
THIHTT SIX TRABS' PBA0TICR. MKN 0NLT TRKATKD.
A enrs vnarsnteMMf In e.are rmmm nn.rt,l.n h.n . hm la .M.,i..kl. mjk n i o.
Uonorrhoea. Rlnet and eutetniR siierdlljr cured with Dr. Klrord's Krench Ksmedlee. Keren I
caaesperrnanenlly cored within TiiKKK UAYff. NO CLHhHS, 8 A NUAL WOOD OIL no l
surs d use! aperiTiaiorrnoea, seminal liases, night emiaaiona, insomnia, despondency .
radlrallf cared. Klcord's method practiced In the World's Hospital, Paris. Meterancet O'er
to.ooo patlenuanccessfullr cured within the last nine rears. Cau refer to patients cored, by
perrnlsslon. In.estlRste. Oltkee 07 .Se.enteenth etreet, nest Champa, Deo.e., Colo.
KnRllsh, French, tmsn Polish, Hnsslsn snd Bohemian spoken. OssMaleataloa and Om
SisnlsaUM Res. Cnrrespnndenee solleltadl suletle aonfldantlal
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Woiks
R. P. HALL. Proprlator
Iroa and Braas 0aiinsfl I Ore, Goal and
uaDDii atataii uoiamnaand iron Fronts tar DoiiainfRi Kapalrs oa
atlnlnr and Mill Maohlnary a Bpswial.y.
FOUNDRY: HIDE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
GROSS BLACKWELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
HeadquArters (or Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Goods.
Kansas Gty Baking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax. Stoneware
toti & g-:r,.a:di,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND no aim
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods.
Sola Agent for
Xew THeu'iore til. 21 8. t)
F.s.r ie W.ar.
Ssssisit y llicaor Hack,
ll.rnia I Nouml.rttrap
.lib Cuaifaru I Nsvsrua.es.
W. JL. TRIMBLE & CO
Lively, Sale, Feed
Second St., oelweeo KaL'road and Copper Aves,
Horaoa and Maleta liouoht and Exekaegai
Agonta for Columbna tiaggy CtmsiaT.
Tha Baat Tnrnouta la tha Cltr.
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victorias
Buggies, Phaetoni, Etc., for Sale. : : s t
Address W. L. TRIMBLE ft
QUICKEL & BOTHE. ProDS.
(Bammnors to Kraak U. Jonea.1
Finest Whistles, Imported md
Tie Coolest tnd Hirhest Grade of Later Serrcd.
Floobt Itilllard Hall ln the Territory.
Dposltorj for the Atlo?.-
Vacific and th tchlaoo,
ToreVa A Scot Tt
0FFICBH3 AID CISXCTCSS.
M. W. rtOOBSOf ....Vlo Prwiltlrml
I. A. . . . .OsvtMrtf
riiAi K McSX AMrlirtaut Oaaril f
A. A. 8UAM.
and GgArt, ImpotUi and Domestic
Lumbar Oara t Bbaftlnf , PuJlays, Orala Bars
Albuquerque, East Las Vegas and
(llorlcta, Now Mexico.
San Antonio Lima.
8 AND 217 NORTH THIRD BT
216 Rnilroad Avenue.
Matnal Tfilepbont 143. llbflq.cj, I. M.
and Transfer Stables
CUM Albnquerqne, New Mexico
Domestic Wines tnd Ceica