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only, a knowledge of that fact will
awtint one In avol.linjj the worthless
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grn to million of families, makes
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of the excellence of Its remedy. It is
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aa It acts on the kidneys, liver and
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OrapHoptiones are sold lor $10
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AliKNTS WANTKU H)K WAK WITH
SPAIN" liK'luding battles on aea and
land. Contain, all Hhout ariulea, navle., fnrta
am! war.hip. of both nation., and graphic
atory ot the great victory ot the gallant liewey ;
tell, eveiylliinu about Sampson, Stliley, fltl
biiKh Lee ami leading commander., by lion.
Jaine. Kauain oung, the Intrepid leader tor
Cutis litire in the Italia of CongreM. 1'he
tfrrate.t sar hiK.k pilLh.hed: 0OO laige page.;
luo.uierb ilhoiUatioiiB. many in ru h coTora.
Ha. latge i-olored mat... His ge.t book, high
e.t coitnniiMiioii., lose.t puce; only $1 76.
r.aih .uI'Mrtber reielvea sralid St breinlum
fiee. llellianil enorinoua; harveal for agfrit. :
ho day.' cre.lit; freight paid; outnt free,
to-day. AtldreM. The National Honk Co:
Dep't. 16. U6ll Uearborli .treet, Chicago.
ttstea to Dm ah a,
Th rounit trip, (food for thirty darn,
roNtH flil. 7(i. 'l (it) round trip gx to re
turn until November li'i " '. ,ii, Kor
further partluularit '.boiure at the ticket
oilli'e. W. ti. Tblll, Agen;.
l-.tervhotly SuB Ho.
Caai-nrets t'amlv CutliHrln'. the most wntv
(lei'lHl iii,'ilii-ul di.roierv nf the SK'e, picas,
ant and re I it. hi uir to the taste, set gently
ami poaitlvely on kldneva, liver mid bowels,
cliaiiaing the eutiie aval. 'in, dlx'l rnlda,
euro heailiiuhe, fever, lishltual (ouallpstloo
ami blliniinneaa. IMeaso buy and try a box
oft', t:. I' la .lav; III, r, fjjcenis. boldau4
uarauWcd to euro by all druggists.
Pay lour Toll Tss.
All parti who liave not paid their
I kjII tai for l&.oi pleana rail aud Kettle
fur name at llawley's ou the Corner, aud
riuve pipeline of Hint.
Kov MtlloNAI.K, Clerk.
Osnusa aud Npaiil.li,
Kor levins In these lariKuueD apily
at UU4 south Third Mtreet.
You may hunt the world over aid you
will uot II ml another niedlrlne eiiml to
Chamberlain's- Colic, Cholera and Liiar
rhd'S lteniwly for bowel otiniplaintri. It
In pleaHttiit, safe and reliable. Kor Hale
by all druggie!.
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Tn rrofperont Carboo Towa Wrlltea Up
la Sbort Paragraphs.
rorOlATlOR IHCIIAS1H0 IT BIRTHS.
(lallup, July 21.-A little daughter
arrived to make the home ot Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Kraker happy. Mother aud
child are getting along excellently.
Kor the pant week we have been having
severe rain here and In the mountains
and on Kriday evening they all went
partner aud cams down the Hlo Tuerco
with rush taxing He capacity to th
utmoxt. Several miles of roadbed were
washed out and the bridges which
did not go out before the ruining turreut
were severely damaged. The train nor
vice la restored now both east and west.
Theo. Douglas, who resigned his post
Hon with Jim Carman last week, has an
nounced his intention of going Into the
steam laundry business. This la a good
thing and It should be pushed along and
this enterprising Arm, which will be
Itotigl A Harris, should make a success
of it, as they have the support of all our
The Montezuma band kindly offered
its seivlces at the nnlon meeting, which
was held In the Methodist Kptscopal
ch-irch on 8unday evening last, playing
ome excellent music., patriotic and
otherwise. This band . Is enterprising
and the citizens should give it a push
along In Its progress and try to place it
amoug the finest bands In the Southwest.
Itavls Thomas received a fine wheel on
Tuesday, which he won In the Han Kran
alsco Kxamluer'a annual distributing
A neat fence Is being put op around
the Kplscopat church.
Mr. Kouks, the stationary engineer at
the Panta Ke Pacific roundhouse, who
has been tick for some time, had just got
back to work wheu he had the misfortune
to cut his fluger off. The wound was
dressed by Dr. Harper and Mr. Kouks is
now somewhat better. We hope he shall
soon be able to be at his old post again.
Mr. Krench, a representative of the
Portland Cracker Co.. of I am Angeles, Is
In town trying to convince our mer
chants that this Is the proper time of
year to put their money lu crackers.
Mrs. Gregory Page, who was lujured
sometime ago, wlille out horseback rld-
lng.is progressing Duely toward recovery.
We hope to noon see the lady well and
strong and out agaiu.
A son was born to Mr. aud Mrs. J. K.
Hartllne on Monday evenlug. Dr. Kd
tnondson reports the mother and son as
Gus Mulhollaud has purchased a new
steam outfit with which to rnn his well
drilling machine. Chas. Myers will run
the outfit while drilling the following
wells: One at Clarkvllle, which will be
ruu by electricity; one at the Crown
Point Mine; one at the Catalpa Mine and
four here in town.
Clarkvllle, our new city, will' have an
electric light plant which will furnish
power tor the machinery, and lighting
for the camp.
Mrs. Chas. Myers and her little
daughter will leave In a few days for
Wlnslow. where they will spend several
weeks with Mr. Hammond, Mrs. Myers'
Work Is progressing rapidly on the
new building ot Steve Hoots, on Coal av
enne. We are glad to see a movement
started to build up the "burned dlstrlnt,"
which will make this part of town look a
great deal better if filled in with baud
some buildings, such as Mr. Itontri' will
be wheu completed.
Kilward Hart returned this morning
from Chicago, where he weut some time
ago to buy goods.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John
Boeklett lttut night. The new man is
quite large, and, with his mother, is do
ing very well, under the care of Dr. Kd
moiulson. Hohhon'b Chuick.
Krom the Optic.
W. B. Buuker has been anuolnted and
has qualified as notary public
Miss Nellie Withrew has entirely re
covered from her luiurles received some
days ago in a runaway scrape.
A gang ot nesteru Union linemen have
reached this city. They are ruuulnir au
extra telegraph Hue for the Santa Ke
company, beginning at La Junta and ex
tending as far as Albuquerque.
J. r. Owen, formerly DrluoiDal of the
Raton schools, and afterwaids a profes
sor In the Agricultural college at Las
Cruces, but uow a lawyer at Altiuuueruue.
Is in the city for a tew days.
Joseph fiauoe aud Miss Stella McCad
don were married some time ago at San
Antonio, Tex. Mr. Naueewill be reuiem-
bered as a brakeman wuo ran out of here;
the bride is a daughter of Mrs. J. B. Mc
Caddon, of this city.
Montgomery Bell is purchasing all the
goats that the natives brlug in from the
country, paying from 50 cents to $1.60 a
head. They are shipped to the Under-
dunk goat ranch at Laniy. Mr. Onder-
donx expects to build up a large busiuess
in this line lu the near future.
Krom the New Mnuin.
The season for fruit at Knpanola Is ful
ly two weeks earlier than in Santa Ke.
They began uhlppiug Uue apricots from
there last Kriday.
The sisters at St. Vincent's hospital
have received a telegram announcing the
death of Krueet Cauipbeard, at Trinidad,
Peter Ikiyle, who traveled overlaud
with a team from the Choctaw nation,
sold his outfit and will leave for the state
of W aldington.
The government Indian school build
ing, being built by Contractor Wludsor,
will add greatly to the attractiveness and
convenience ot the school. The biillillua
wlll be T shaped, aud will ooutaln dor
mitory, clans rooms and a large exhibi
tion hall. Mr. Windsor will have it
ready to turn over In the fall.
Married, lu this city, July lu, H'.H by
Hun. Judge J. K. McKle, associate jiiHtlce
ot the supreme court of New Mexico, S.
D. Lusler aud Miss Maggie C. Small, of
springer, N. M. Mr. Lasler is a well
known and resectable citizen ot Santa
Ke, aud his many friends have been busy
congratulating him over the happy event.
Cadet at lbs Military luatlluls.
The county commissioners of I ulon
county have appoiuted Macarlo (ial legos
as cadet from Tnlon county to the Sew
Mexico Military Institute. The appointee
from 8anta Ke county Is Lafayette Jones,
of Cerrillos. The commissioners of the
several conntles should make these ap
pointments of cadets and alterniitcs as
soon as possible. It Is important that the
appDintees should have ample time to pre
pare for the opening of the school in Sep
tember. Cadets are required to live In the
Institute, where board, lodging and laun
dry are provided. In the end the expenses
are perhaps less than at any other kind of
school, as there Is nothing to Justify waste
of money, and few opportunities tor so
doing. The school should secure from
the first a liberal patronngs.
At the lanital.
From the New Meilcan.
P. K. Ilarroun, Irrigation engineer, Is
In the city from Albuquerque.
OtisGillett has his name on the Kx
change hotel reglnter, hailing from
II. B. Nancs, of Albuquerque, came up
from the Ducal City last evening nnd
registered at the Kxchange.
B. II. Loveless, representing the Mutual
Life Insurance company ot New York,
was aboard the Kio Grande train this
morning bound for Denver. He will
return here lu week.
Inlted States Deputy Marshal J. J.
Sheridan left this afternoon for Albu
querque whence be goes to San Krancls
co on oOlcial business connected with
the exportation ot several Ctiluexe.
Jtoldlera sing "flori Ssvs lha (lna.H
Id Tampa, Kla., the other day Ameri
can soldiers did a thing that would have
raised a protest a year ago. They Joinpd
lu singing "trod Save the lueen" lu
honor of Ictorla's birthday. It Is really
astonishing how sentliiiout has changed
since Kngland has openly sympathized
with the I fitted States In our war with
Spain. Radical changes in the relations of
nations are no more wouderful, however,
than the marked changes In Individuals
who are restored to health by that great
medicine, Hostetter's Stomach Hitters.
It Is no unusual thing for people who are
thin, weakly and all run down to show a
marked Improvement In a few weeks
after taking this medicine, which over
comes nearly every known disease arising
from a disordered stomach.
DEATH OP ROBERT B. SHELL.
A Friend and Auoclate Writes of HU
A friend at Los Angeles has furnished
The Citizkn the following account of
the death of Robert B. Snell, formerly ot
Hubert B. Snell died at Los Armeies.
California, July 13, inns, at iM p.m.;
uorn at itvaiiHViiie, Indiana, December 1,
IHi'xj. To mourn his early departure he
leaves his mother, Mrs. Kllzabetb Snell;
a sister, Mrs. J. It. liedilen, and brother,
George B Snell, ot Los Angeles, Cal ;
Dr. K. Snell, of Columbus, Ky., aud James
Snell, ot Augusta. Georgia. Ills death
was due to a very severe attack of la
grippe while living in Albuquerque, more
than three years ago, aud from which he
urver fully recovered.
Mr. Snell was from early boyhood nntil
January, ismt, In the service of the
Kvansvllle A Terre Haute Kallroad com
pany, since which latter date ud to with'
lu a short time before his death be was
employed by the Atlantic A Pacific at
Albuquerque, Atchison, Topeka A Santa
Ke at Topeka, and the Santa Ke Pacific
at Los Angeles, In various positions of
trust. Kor several years prior to his
death he was an honored member ot Al
buquerque's fire department. Harmony
Lodge, No. 17, 1. U. U. K., and Albuquer
que Tent, No. 1, ot the Maccabees, the
two latter organizations being represent
ed at his funeral.
The funeral service was held at the
home of his mother, No. H'JH south Klower
street, Kev. villi A Kuighten olllclatlng,
lie xter Samson, funeral director. Prof.
J. P. Dupuy's Glee Club renderlug most
appropriate songs. A large number of
friends followed the remains to Hosedale
cemetery, where appropriate services
were again held, ihe tl iral offerings
were most beautiful, the chief one being
a handsome chair and pillow from the
.Santa Ke Pacific railroad emulovees of
of the city of Los Angeles.
Mr. Snell wax gifted by nature with a
sunny, cheerful, and ever hopeful dispo
sition, his friends being legion, and It Is
a fact that during his sickness he was
never heard to complain of his lot, and
his early demise will lie keeuly felt by
his sorrowing mother, sister and broth
ers. The following named, all employee
ot the general oltlce here, and late ot Al
buquerque, acted as pall bearers, viz:
w. ji. lallaterro, Ciareuce Jones, M. B.
Hayes, S. M. Saltiuorsh. Hugh O. Morri
son and Robert S. Piatt.
An KnUirprlaiiig llrugglat.
There are few men more wide awake
Btid enterprising than J. II. O'Rielly A
Co., who siare no pains to secure the
best ot everything In their line for their
many customers. I hey now have the
valuable agency for Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. This Is the wouderful remedy
mat is producing sucn a ruror all over
the country by its many startling cures.
It absolutely cures Asthma, Hrouc hltls,
HiHtrseuess aud all allections of the
Throat, Chest aud Lungs. Call at the
above drug store and get a trial bottle
free or a regular size for boo. and f l.Uo.
Guaranteed to cure or price refunded.
,lr ,,l.u..t ,u.p.. fu. .1 ',11 A. , .... ,
Kicur.lon. to thai faclrlc Coast Tbla
The Santa Ke will sell cheap excursion
tickets to l-os Angeles. San Diego, Ke-
doudo Beach or hanta Monica during
June, July and August. The summer at
the seaside Is not only cool and delight
ful, but it Is a most beneficial change
from the high altitudes of New Mexico
There is no finer summer resort In the
world than Coronado Beach, and in the
summer one can stop at this beautiful
place at no greater eipeuse than at ordi
nary places, and at less than halt what It
costs at Atlantic coast resorts.
akilluars Baat ta aaa a&jisg aiiaa.
For Over rifty Yawn.
An Old and Wki.l-Twiu Rkmkiiy.
Mrs. Wluslow's SiHjthlng Syrup has
been lined for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, aud is the beet remedy
for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists lu every part of the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Ite
value is Incalculable. Be sure and ask
for Mrs. Wluslow's Soothing Syrup, and
lass no oilier Kind.
The clearing sale at the Golden Rule
Dry Goods company is the most wonder
ful sale that has ever taken place In this
city. You chu buy musiiu at 3!jc. a
yard, India linen at 3e, lace curtains at
.toe a pair.
See our underwear at fl and 1.23 per
suit, they are geuuiue rlalbriggaus and
worth more money. Simon btern, the
Railroad avenne clothier.
If you cannot find the goods at the
KoortGruist It Is no use looking elsewhere
Is the common expression amongst the
ladles of Albuquerque.
A new line of fine quality stock ribbon
in No. do and ) widths, worth up to
oc. a yard; special at a.,o. at the Kcouo
The cleanest and best appointed barber
shop In the southwest Halm's, N. T. Ar
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
How the Volunteers Pat In Their Time t
the "srricki la Arizona.
From Preacott Courier.
There are but four mild cases In tlic
Drees parade at 6:3(1 p. m. is now the
daily order of business at the post.
Measures are being taken for tinl
forms, and all companies will soon be
dresied In regular style.
The last of the New Mexico troops ar
rived yesterday from I as Cruces, The
quota from Arizona and New Mexico Is
now full. This makes seven companies
now at the post.
The regimental band will be organized
this week. Such Is the happy report
floating about the poet. The boys are all
anxious to have music.
Battalion drill Tuesday afternoon
showed the remarkable progress being
made by the volunteers. With uniforms,
guns and band, It will be a pretty sight.
Camp utensils tin cups, frying pans,
knives, forks, spoons, etc. have been re
ceived and Issued to the boys. It Is said
guns have also been received, but are not
yet Issued. With uniforms, guns and
ammunition, it looks as though the regi
ment will remain here for some time In
It is reported that the troops from Ok
lahoma and Indian terrlt-ry htve gone
through to San Kranctsco, and wtll await
the balance of the regiment there.
The New Mexico delegation Tuesday
brought In another assistant surgeon for
the hospital department. Dr. Dudley
bis been greatly overworked In making
his report on the physical examination
of the recruits and In cartr.g for the
health of the men, and Is happy now that
the burden Is lightened.
Krom Preacott Journal-timer.
The colonel of the regiment is not ex
pected before about August 1.
Officers school for the study of tactics
meets nearly every evening.
The presentation ot the regimental
colors to the regiment by the Good
Templars ot Arizona. Is expected to take
place about August 0.
The health ot the rolunteers Is good,
out of 775 men In camp there being only
four mild rases In the hospital.
A regimental corps ot trumpeters baa
been organized in addition to the regu
lar company trumpeters.
The Volunteers and Prescotts will play
a game of baseball next Sunday after
noon. The game will be called promptly J
at 2 o'clock.
The good people of Albuquerque have
remembered their soldier boys by send
ing a large quantity of delicacies to
Captain Borradaile's company.
Rumors In regard to the Oklahoma
contingent are conflicting. One rumor
says that they will join the balance of
the regiment here, while another says
that they are en route to San Francisco
A large supply of clothing and needed
articles from the Red Cross Strclely of
Phoenix has been received by Captain
Russell's company, tor which the boys
are duly thankful.
The legal fraternity is well repre
sented among the officers as well as In
the ranks. Captain Kali, ot Las Craces;
Lieut. Wiley Jones, of Solomonvllle;
Lieut. Walter G. Scott, of St. Johns, and
Private Wyooff. of Albuquerque, all be
long to this profession.
Drilling continues dally, aud when
night comes officers aud men are tired
and ready to turn In for a good rest and
t Where the blood loses its $
i Intense red grows thin and t
a watery, as 5n anemia, there is
a constant feeling' of exhaus- w
tion,alackof energy vitality J
and the spirits depressed. J
of Cod-liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda
is peculiarly adapted to correct
this condition. The cod-liver
oil, emulsified to an exquisite
fineness, enters the blood direct
and feeds its every corpuscle,
restoring the natural color and
giving vitality to the whole
system. The hypophosphites
reach the brain and nerve
centres and add their strength
ening and beneficial effect.
If the roses have left your
checks, if you are growing
thin and exhausted from over-
jj work, or if age isbeginning
J to tell, use SCOTT'S Emul-
1 tit ur. you net SCOTT S Emulsion.
r All dniBKi.li; $nc. and ti.oo.
f. SfOTT A btlMSk, Owmi.ti, S.w York.
( to? too
CtileaKo Slock Market.
Chicago, July 2i Cattle-Receipts.
:l,fsK) head; generally steady.
Beeves, fi.2HicS.2o; cows and heifers,
f 2.4i 1.70; Texas steers, f3.t.7u;
stockers and feeders f :t.ir.ft I.ISJ.
Sheep Receipts, U,(KX); market slow
Natives, f3.f.fl.s5; westerns, fl.OOnf
l.tlo; lambs, t:t.7.':t0.f0.
Ksnaaa i'tly Market.
Kansas City. July 22. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4.0i(i; market steady to strong.
Native steers, f:i.l0(j5.25; Texas steers.
ti &Vuf 1.70; Texas cows, f 2.1ioft3.7u;
native cows aud heifers, fllVMLH.";;
ntot-kers and feeders, fit.uul.tin; bulls.
Bheep Receipts, l.Oilli; firm.
Lambs, IJ.i;.V.iri; muttons, .!..
To Cur, too.tiati
T'lUo I' li ari'li I ';iln! I .'
if i: i: (1. full locum, dm.,'
rl ic liie or 2to!.
m r fuiel iiiuuuy
With a fixed determination not to carry
over a single light-weight suit, we have
divided our stock Into two lots, which
will be sold at sit 7u and 13.75 per suit
respectively. The former are our fl2,
till ami fll suits; the latter our tin est
goods, which are worth f 15 to f 25, aud
also Include the remainder of our mistlts.
Kvery suit is a bargain.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier,
"Last summer one ot our grandchildren
was sick with a severe bowel trundle,"
says Mrs. K (1. Gregory, of Kredericks
towu, Wo. Our doctor's remedy had failed;
then we tried Chaiulierlalu's Colic, Cholera
aud Dlarrhif Remedy, which gave very
speedy relief." Kor sale by all druggists.
Schilling's best baking soda, three
pounds for 2ft cents, at A. Louibardo's.
mo! to Antono-
ti-ve me, we
Why throw otsrles In the way of ils rle.
fence ? Its own meana are superior to all
the apfiaratin of your latoraloties. Medi
cine ta s collection of uncertain prescrip
tion, the rennlla of which, taken collect
ItcIt, hare been harmful to mankind.
Water, sir snd clcanlinma are my chief
At the time when Nnpnlenn ssld Ihla he
WS Isrielyrtyht. rhtcian in thnaedavs
dealt out olinoalona and drnMic drug
that did violence to every tit-er in the body.
Sine that rlate medical acirnce haa mmle
wonderful stride. Iir 1'irrce'a ('.olden
Medical lliacovrry la a medic ine composed
of native medicinal roota that do no vio
lence to nature. Its action ia (renlle and
natural. It aimply proniotea the natural
proceaws of secretion snd excretion It
restores the lot appetite, corrects all ilis
orders of the dirrtion, make the assimi
lation of the food perfect, invigorates the
liver, purifies snil enriches the blood,
build, new nnd healthy flcah tiatie, tones
the ncrvea snd gives awect and refreshing
aleep. It fa the great blood maker snd
flesh btillder It cute cjR per rent, of all
csae of all diseases of the air passages that
lead tip tn consumption. It is s wonderful
medicine for all disease due to Insufficient
or improper nourishment of body or nerves.
Io not deal with unscrupulous dralrrawho
urge yon to tnke worthies substitutes for
the aske of a few prnnira added profit
" 1 tiaee been nln(r Tir Pierce's OnMen Med.
leal IHscoveiT ami ' I'lrnsnnt IV llrts ' for ths
rist three years and Ihrv h:ire anveil my life."
1 hits wrlli Mrs Hot.ht l-'ri,r of risk. Isle,
Korkbri lae Co , Va I now keep the ' I'rllrts '
In my hoii.c all trie time art'l use them every
time I ferl Ihe errd nt a lii.sllve. I am fillv
thrre yinr old se l ws tr"iit 'r) with liver com
plaint until I um-0 your iiicillcine. Now 1 am
Fvery aick man or woman should send
l one-cent stamp to Ilr. R. V. Tierce,
llud.ilo, N Y., to pay the cost of mailing
only for a frre copy of lir I'tcrce'a grrHt
ksjo p.ure Common Sense Mi diinl Adviser;
or 31 stamp for a heavy cloth liouml copy.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Klre, Bre, Ore sale at "The Kalr Store."
numbing and gas Siting. Whitney Co.
rockery and glassware, Whitney Co
KruU Jars and Jelly glasses. Whitney
New alfalfa. Hf Cents tier 100 nounds.
at A. Lombardo's.
Patronlre the Kcoiiomist sale of wash
goods of all kinds.
Attend the sale of drummers' samnlea
at the Kconomlst.
Korty cents seven feet cloth shale with
fringe at Kutrelle's.
New potatoes, fifteen pounds for 2&
cents, at a. iomi ariio a.
New line of white Kmnlre fans lust re
ceived at the Kootiomlst.
I'ure ground chile, 12'i cents per
pound, at a. wimuartios.
Highest prices paid for gnnta' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Hold aveuue.
Attend the special sale ot shirt waists
at the Kconomlst this week.
Latest novelties in pompadour and side
simlis. RosinwttJd brothers.
Cider or wine vinegar, pure and strong,
25 cents per gallon, at A. Lombardo's.
A complete line of potted meats and
delicacies for luncheons and plculos, at
If yon want anything In the binding
or Job prlntiug line, call at Tat Citixxn
The best groceries and finest liquors
for family use at the lowest prices, at A.
Ths freshest stock of staple and faucy
groceries are to be found at Hell A Co.'s,
None but the best artists employed at
llahu'e barber shop, N, T. Armtjo build
ing. Baths 2To.
New organdies, lawns, dimities, etc.,
In all the new effects, on sale this week,
at the Kconomlst.
Slightly damaged by Ore. Goods of
fered cheap on the bargain counters at
"The Katr Store."
Look into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. He has the nioest fresh
ueuts In the city,
Kresh vegetables, fruits In season,
lioultry aud staple groceries, at Hell Jr.
10.11, secoud street
Rest Old Rye or Bourbon whisky for
medicinal purposes, only 75 cents per
u. uar 1, at a. jLomoariio s.
Hot chile con came served every night
at the I'aradise. I hi not miss It Baiiie-
chl fc ulouil, proprietors.
Au experience of years enable J. L.
Hell A Co. to furnish Just what their cus
tomers waut. Orders solicited; free de
livery. J. L. Bell A Co , toe gtocers, successors
to K. K. Trotter, are prepared to furniih
everything lu their liue at the l.iwest
Purchape your tickets for a trip to the
famous Sulphur hot springs frum W. L.
Trliulile Jt l'o.'s. They will give you all
Have Just received aiiotuei lot of crah
hats. They are veiy neat and only cost
76 cents. Simon Stern the Railroad
The best place for good, Juicy steaks
and roasts and all kluils of meats, kept
lu a Urst class market, at Klnluwort a,
north Third street.
Save money and buy from the stock of
drummers' samples at the Kconomlst -a
little of everything among the lot; one
third off regular prices.
Competition in prices impossible.
I hui t ak how we do it. You do the
picking at the biggest store. Uolden
Rule liry Moods company.
The Sulphur hot springs is the Ideal
mountain resort within a day's ride of
this city. Call at Vt . L. Trimble At Co.'s,
on north Second street, for particulars.
Ask our wrapper customers how they
like our goods. They wiil tell you they
are all right and "awfully cheap." They
are cheaper now than ever. Hosenwald
Just received a large assignment of
line California Urnpn braudy, spring 'U2,
which we will sell to Holism keepers at
fl.ti per gallon. Original package. O.
Ktchecht A ft. liloml.
Our muslin underwear is manufac
tured by one ot the leading manufac
turers in the country, hull cut, well
sewed, and sold 011 their merit, at ex
ceedingly low prices, Koseuwald Hros.
Iiealers lu Remington typewriters, the
standard typewriters of the world. Can
supply busiuess olllces with experienced
stenographers to till peruiarent aud tem
porary positions, at short notice, llahn
Call at "The tireeu Front" shoe store
for children's and mlsees' sandals and
oxfords, black and tan, latest styles, ti to
8, bft cents; H'4 to II, t cents; 11' to 2,
fl; lailies' oxfordi.fi W. Clnpliu, pro
prietor. llenul,' la llloiitl Ueep.
f'lc.in Muu.l inciilia ft rlcitil hi, in No
1'c.miy without 11. I ui ,irel, t iiiiil) (..'atJi.tr-
tie 1 1, an vmr 1,1.,...! m,, K 11 li uii, I.)
Kill 1 ing 11 1 the l.iy liver ulnl ill nilii! nil ine
ouruii's lion, tin- I.I..K. I1. .M, t !,- In
Kiiii-Ii pimples, 1,1, iU, l.lotihe, l!,n Uu-aiU,
und I hi.l an l.lv IiiIioik roinpli iioii bv t.ikn.u
iM.tui, 1,11 ii-n rnn., .'Mlillllg-
gists, satisfaction guuranttt-d, Iui-,a0e,5oe.
WotMluian uf In Worlil.
at I'ythiau hall at H
o clock. All uieui
bers earnestly re
utiHsted to Is tire
sent. Visiting hov
ereigus cordially ill
J. W, Aniikkson,
I). K. l'tiii.iri'.s, Clerk
I'rilon itmdri nverallri, only at t)i
flul'll ll Hll'e II V liu .i rnllipihV.
hyJ V .V better
l'l I I J I ' -2 V tin e remedies;
yA'VS1 lit, la.fortre.s
evb-t Mih rrJ,hrf
Zr yon nor I know
COIIHRT & RICH, Prop'g
(st'ci kssoss to o, sariAS acco)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A most rtelishiful resort, where all klnda of
orinss anil nsars are served, I'lenty of lliaile
01 .inuorv. 1 ti vr us a trial.
H. H. Warkontin
Albuquerque Bowling Parlors!
Cornm Klrst St. and Copper Ats.
Tbr Aneat Howling Alleytln the 8onthwest
nice piare 10 apenn tne evening.
Ine (lew Chicago
18 one of the nicest resorts la the
city, and Is snpplled with the
ort, ana uneet uquors.
HEISCH i BKTZLER, Proprietors.
RplendM Lodging Rooms by the day,
week or month.
809 Wast Railroad Avenue.
Vcrj Finest tVmcs,
Liquors and Cigars
Trilia Street aad fljeras Aveaae.
Atlantio Boor liall!
HCHNKIPKR LU. PBOri.
Cool Kef Bets on droht the Boast Mstty
Wine and ths very beat of first-elan
Liquors, (live at a sail,
atari boad Avssoa, ALatraoaaooa.
A Halted riasM.
Clrande a Parentl I from them reap, TJ
' ill klmta of Llqnora, tine and cum
Reliable quality we (el here. A
. . to aell pure gorxla la their lde
A Iwaya cool and aharp, their Heer, n
f . . ... qnltr nneqnalled fw oraasIX
Nome wines, all patrons meet, V
Imported and domestic, a Stork eomplet ll
rellcloua Clgara, too, here we gain, KI
L-e ehnlreat rlayora mm nhtal 1 1
Excellent Roo.na both clean and neat, rr
at IIOU on Mouth klM Stra 1
&tlma st Albnqiieniiie there are plenty f
wholaror t.kANDK a PAKKNTl
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Bett Do
mestic Coal in use Yard
opposite Freight Offi
A. J. CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. i6i
Old Teleohone No ,...
Learc ordenTrimblc'f itablea
A. E. WALKEK,
Sacrettrj latnit Building luoclitloe.
sM J, O. RalilrtdBs)'s Lanbsf Tawa.
AU kinds of Freah and Sa
Meats. .. , ,,
Steam Sausage Factory.
31 A 8 ON 1C TEMPLE.
EMILK LKLN WOItT, Prop
WE DliSIKU TO INIOKM
The good dreaaern of Albrjqtierqnt
that a Une Una of
Await their Inspection at
107 Hooth Klrtrt
Suits Qeaned for $1.00.
CALL AT THE
Low Prk and Court coua TrcatrsMnt.
KAKL A. MNtUKH,
TTOKNKY-AT-LW. Koom 10, Crom-
ell blixk, Albuqiieraue, N. at.
V. B. HAKKOIH,
IHIVL KNUINhKK HPKCI ALTY Irrlga.
tlon ami Water Supply, klamlnalluii.aud
Keiiiirta. Mai.a, plana and eatlmalea. Correa-
tiiiiilence Siilli ited. KiHim in, Armlju bluck,
ur. ttrd St. and kailruail avenue.
ikn. niNHtir a bikmof,
OMIhdPATMIC FHYHICIANH AND
SuiKeuneOfrlLe and realdence uver puet.
nrtlce. Old lelephnne W. New Ttiepuone
1HU. Ura. M arlun lllahuu al . D.. nfllra hnnrm.
to t p. m. rrjnk U. hl.hiiu, at. L)., oOJca
tiiir.;.. 0 to to a. m . and 1 to s and 7 to S p. m,
Tske rlevatur at Wbltnejr'e.
JOUU TAMtJUBtt, M.
PHYSICIAN AND HUHUKON-OIHce In
Armi)(i bullitina Corner of Kallroad aveaoa
anil i turd street, lloura, U :0 to 1 1 a. m. 1
to 1 p. m. Special atteiitioa alvea to Cuuola
and dlaeaaee of wfirneo,
M. il. juumxia,
AHCUIThCT-Hlana, apeclttcallnna and ea
tlinale. fiirnlahed for ail claaaea of bnlid.
Iriil and arcbitectuiai woik. U 01 eel 300 Weal
(AaTiaUAl a KAtrTBUUAV,
KKICK tod realdence, No. ill Weet Oold
aveuaa. Teleohone No. Be. flfllrahiinn
Una m.i 1 ao to a au and 7 to p. ra.
u. 11. Kaateidar. M. U. i. S. kaalerdar, M. D.
w, o. Mora, m.
OKHCK UOUKS-Untll e a. m. and from
1 :H0 to I:k0 and from 7 to 8 p. m, OHice
and realdance. 1.0 Weet tiold av.nua, Alba,
guergue, N. M.
K. J, Alger, U. U, t,
AKMIJU HI.OCK, OPHDMITK ILFKI.D
lima'. Ulliie bourai M e. m. to II tu
p. in.; 1:110 p. m. to 6 p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
4rj4. Appoiutinenta made by mall.
UKHNAKU . HOUIV,
ATTOKNk Y-AT-I.A W, Alboqaerqae, N,
U. Prompt attention Blven to all bu.lneae
pertaining to the proleiMlon, Will prutlceln
all court, ot tlie territory aud before iba Llnlterl
Statee land ofiice.
WILLIAM U, LII,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW. tittlce, room 7
N. T. Armllo bullillnv. WlU uracuxa In
ail tbe court, of Ibe territory.
JOHMHTUM a riMIUAL,
ATTOKNhYS AT LAW. Albonuerqne, N.
M. (mice, room. 6 aud a, rut National
K. W. U, It U It A M
TTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Albnguerqne, N.
L at. Olbce, hirst National Hank building.
If HA N K W. CLANCY,
A TTOKNhY AT LAW, rooma nd a. N.
i V T. Annuo building, Albugueniue, N. M.
a. W. IXJHHUM,
Y AT-I.AW. tift!
A TTOKNhY AT-I.AW. Oftlce over Kob
erUMiu'a gnnrery alore, Albuu.uerq.ue, N. M.
I. Hillee', Mlnem' and I'hllilreii'a uiiinIIii
and Ctunbrli' underwear now on H(ieclal
nitle at Uolden KiiIh lirjr (iimhIh Coniiaiiy.
I'l I i'iln uri I i llvit'.'. 's'Mlney ''
ALWUQUKRQUE, n. m.
Anthoiiied Capital ... foOn.noo op
raid np Capltel,8u'plp
tea rroDtd ... ..i:75,ivwi.oo
o "Vtvii- uain, noo.oo.
The flank cf Conicisrce in AltuqncrGae, H. H,
MtHto twua M tvakraa to BtMiiM als rywrUit
Vavtlatoat artta rtwaraakl IVakt'n
. Oraao, PrMtdant I, C. BaLDaioaa. Lam bat. W, c. Laonaan, CapKal'H
B. P. SnacaTH, Vlea-Prtoiaeot. a. . Ilaamann Hrrak, Wool,
. S BTaicataa. Ca-hiar. a. M. BLaoawsLL. Wro, Hlackwsll a Co, (J-
H. i. lasoa, AaalMant Caabla. W, a. Mai will, Wbolaaal On(le
Depository for Atchison, Topeka k Sant Te Ball
SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOM'
Finest VblsUes, Brandies, Wins3, Etc.
3S.H3TAJO TUXTTUXXSZ' NICIIIT.
JOSEPH BAI1NETT. Proprietor.
lSOWaatRallroad Atbw Albaqaaraaa.
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquors and
NO. 114 WEST KAILKOAD AVENUE
Gr. I-IEJNItY, NL. D
Studant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Pranea.
SvplilliB a. Spoolaltv
THLBTT-8II TRAR3' PRA0T1CK. MK5 ONLT TBXATXD.
A enr gnarmntel In every eaee undertaken when core It practicable end poaalble
Jo.ooo patlenla aoceeeafiiUy cured wnbln tbe
E,n?,,!,"J' ,nlW. Ortlcea 07 Heventeenth etreet, new (lli.mpa. lenvev, Colo.
Knillarj, Krench, tferman Poliah. Hiiaelan and Bohemian arioken. ttoaaaaeata ant Oee
ea.alwetJ. a.ee t.'orreeponilenne aollelteill elrlctly eonnnenluU
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Vofks
R. P. HALL. Proprlatar'
Iraa aad Bntaa Oaaliua-a i Ore, Goal and Lambar Can i SbAftlnff, Full eye, drat Bars
Babbit MataU i Oolamna and Iron Fronta for Balldtnfrtl Repejr ea
Mlninf aad Mill Machinery a BpaalaJt.
FOUNDRY; MQE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
GROSS BLAGKVELL & CO.,
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Ginned Goods,
Kansas Gty Biking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware
HouHes at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas ind
(Jlorleta, New Mexico.
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND GRAIN.
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian r J-
Sola Agents for San Antonio Lima,
Vw Tfllpphor 247. 21H. tin
No pressure on
lllliaor Bark. I
N.r movee. I
Eaiy lo W.ar.
W. L.TRlN,m "-
Livery, Sale, Feed i
Second St., Between Ral
floraaa and Males Bought and Caannagal
Aganta for Columbus Buggy Company.
Tha Baat Tnrnonta In tha City.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victorias
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale, nil
Addm W. L. TRIMBLE &
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTflE. ProDS.
(BiioreHBOfe to Vrank If. Jones.)
Eicest WMstles, Imported and
Tie Coolest snl Bifh:t Crsde of Larer Serrei.
Fluent IUllIard Hall lu tbe Territory.
w:.,,.;.f ...,rl ,Ki i .
f)frx)i.trirjr for the Atljrt
Va. Ifc n the h(no,
Tfipyka A fkota F
0FF1CCE3 11D DIRECTORS.
IXIHCA B. RATNOI.nO .... PVaarldea
M. W. rirOURNOT ....Visa Pnattlaui
rBA?ra ucvj.h. . . . Awiiruot fjtu t
A. a. REAM.
Ggan, Imported and Domestic.
laet nine yeara. Can refer to Datienu enred. he
AND SI 7 NORTH THIRD ST
210 R ill road Avenue.
MQtDnI Teiepboas 1(3. lliaiae.o, I. M.
CUM Albnqnerqne, New Mexico
Domestic Wines ml Cegmcs
r..t .,,,,! IV.t, fjr riw-ys