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THE EXCatDiCE OF SYRUP OF riGS
in due not only to the originality and
almplicity of the mmhinntion, but alao
totha cur and (tk ill with which it la
manufactured by scientific pnxoiwii
known to the Cai.iporkia Fin Brnvr
Co, only, and we winh to imprpaa upon
all the Importance of purctiaalnff the
tme and original remedy, Aa the
frenulne Syrup of I'lg la manufactured
by the California Fin Sritup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
aaaiat one in avoWling the worthlena
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The hitfh stand inff of the Cali
fornia Fin Stri.'P Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the antiafactloo
which the (renuine Syrup of Fijrs haa
(riven to million of families, make
the name of the Company a miaranty
of the excellence of ila remedy. It ia
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as It acta on the kidneys, lirer and
bowels without Irritating or weaken
I n If them, and It does not (rrlpe nor
nauseate. In order to (ret its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
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Atchison. Topaka Santa Fo
7 -U5 pm
Nn. 1 California Ki,ireas. ,,
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sol NO WORT
Nn, a Atlantic kipress ....
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No. It Local Kipreas
No, 11 Mexico Kipreas
Santa Fo Paclfle.
rioi thb wbst. Arrives
No. Atlantic kipreas 10:116 pm
SOINO WSIT. Leaves
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Nos. 1 and , Pacific and Atlantic Kipress,
have Pullman palace drawing room cars, tonr
lat aleeplnjt cars and chair cara between Chi
caao and Los Angeles and San Kran -lam.
Noa. at and 98, Meilco and Lorsl Kipress,
have Pullman palace cars and chair cars from
hi Paso to K ansae City
W. H. TKli L, Joint Ageat.
most fnnclnallng Insert-
W,0w - j klll HiM-mte II and rvpro-aV'aw-Z
dues themu.ic ol band., or
salssl rhmtnu, vneallita or lii.lnl-
Nf IrT mental snlolns. There U
OaUal nothing like It for an even
Ing'a entertainment at home or In t lu-annul gitlh
eriiiu. You run ulng or talk U It and It will
n'pnxlnee Imimillau:! and as o(un as desired,
your Mug or words. .
tiiher wvcallnl ulklng tnachlnea re-irodnee
only reconls of cut and dried aubii-eU, aiwlally
liri'iir n-d In a l-ral"nr; imt the(!rHho'lne is
not limited toiu"h irtiinnanecs. On iheOrapho.
noiol.nl the voice, or any sound. Inua II coo
BtHiitly awaken, new luterent and iu charm I. ever
fr.h. The reproducUona are clear and brliliaut.
Erapwones are sold iortiov?
Minnfnclnr4 nndcr th puifflti of T1ntr,
1i..n ami Mn-linnl.t. Our MUtr.llihiiirnl t boal.
?iinrtrr of Ar14 f -r Inlkiiig Atn litiit vu4
Vlatlitf ilaw imt Hui'lili.-4. WriU tot AlkU.
COLUMBIA FU0N0GR1PH CO., Dept. 30,
720-722 Olive Strut, St. Louis, Mo.
N'gw York Pahis, Chicaoo,
St. Louis, Philadelphia,
Haltimorb, Washington, Hi-pfalo
ONE FOR A DOSE, till I O
RmnTS Plmplea, Pneaet r II I
Billun.tiM., Puril, IhrHiu-.J, iBMBkaTaaf
Our. Il-..l., h. .n.l Dr-wfa. ,
A Ko..reDt of 111. how.l. Mcti S., I. irMif
forfaMliu. Th n.lltaer arlp. norairk.a. Tieow.
Jlaej r .o. . will mail aaaipi. or (.11 bi lo
las. kJl Inuko, M. wAaal fo. f SiU.fa.
AtiKNTM WANTKU KlH ' WAR WITH
hPAIN" Including battles on aea and
land. Contains all about armies, navies, Ions
and war.hlpe of both natlona, and graphic
story of the great victory ot the gallant frey;
tells everything atoiit SatiipMin, hley, r Itl.
htiKh Lee and leading cominaiideis. by Hon.
Jiiiuea Kankin Young, the Intrepid leader lor
Cuha lihre In the dalle of Conreaa. The
fientest war iHHik puhliahed; ttuo large paees;
ou.uperb illUMtrationa, many in rich colors.
Haa large colored maps. Uiggrat book, hlgh
et cominlaaiona, loaeat price: only $1.76.
Fact) atiliacrlher receives grand $1 premium
free. !einand enorinoua: harveat for agT,ta;
Ho daya' crrdit: (teight isid; outtu free. Write
to-iluy. Addrrne 1 he National Hook Concsru,
lep't, 16, ttf0 UeartMirn atreet, Chicago.
Krom Sierra County Auvocate.
Uuprirluteudunt Uaghtw has force of
Mexicans at work excavation a tunnel
In the big bill cant of the Opportunity
mine working, where the exteutiion of
the Opportunity vein has been traced.
Scott K. Keller, Ki., our next member
ot the New Mexico luglwlature from this
dlHtrlct, left for PitUburg, Pa., on a bul
neisi trip, laxt Tuewlajr. He will be ab
ent from town aeveral weekg.
All WedueHdar evening latit, MUw Noua
Murphy declared that some intiect wag
crawling on her and trying to bite, but
her pareuU ouly laughed at her to quiet
her fear. While disrobing to retire for
the ultit, however, the young lady found
a hiigh millipede on her wearing ap
parei. Hhe Heedlly irave the alaiui aud
the centipede wan killed.
ry asaiUlaTa sot taa aa4 kmklaa swvsW.
Usruiaa aud Bpaulah.
Kor Iwwoim in theee languages apply
at 1U1M south Third street.
Crockery and glaasware. T hltney Co
VII t-wflOViI Th
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DISABLED HOUGH RIDERS,
Two tatcreiilng Letter From Boy l la
tbe Key West Hospital.
The following letters were received
this morning by Dr. W. ft. Hope, dated
July IS: I mippoee you have heard that
I wag wounded in the flrnt battle on June
24. We were anihnahetl and In raining
In the gram t wae hit by bullet, which
had evidently ntruck something elae be
fore hitting me, the bullet striking glde
wlae, making a lacerated wound at the
baa of the scapula and ploughing Its
way toward the top of the shoulder. The
bullet evidently Injured the right
shoulder Mule as It has crippled my arm
so that I have no control over It. The
doctors expect to X ray me and locate
the bullet and then cut It out.
Tbe laet week I have been sick In bed
with malarial fever; was very sick; tem
perature running np to 104 and li'o de
grees. 1 was much better and was aide
to go out to-day. It will probably be
some time before I am ready for dnty.
Ws had a good fight and won. It was
glorious Sght and the boys did fine.
Albuquerque ran be proud of her troop F.
I have seen many Interesting things
since leaving Albuquerque, and look for
the time when I can see yon in your
office and talk with you about them.
The local lodge ot I. 0. 0. F. have
notified "Harmony Lodge" ot my sick
nets. Doctor, there was one time I did
not think I would draw the benefits, but
now as I am offered furlough of two
months, I look to this as means of
paying my transportation to Waukesha
where I can be taken care ot by my folks.
Plae remember me kindly to the
brother Odd Fellows. I have met many
soldier Odd Fellows during the last two
months. Those ot them that I have seen
lately and talked to, advise me that they
all draw on the horns lodge when sick,
so I believe I am Justified In doing so.
especially since it will be productive ot so
Tell Brock that I thought I was hit
with a saHh-welght. This is different
from some others aa they don't know
when they are hit.
This Is written by kind friend, and
will not Impose on him further. With
best wisLes for your welfare, I remain,
Fbink B. Booth,
(per C. 8. B )
Address: Care General Hospital, Key
KHUU A KICK HOY.
I have not written for some time be
cause I have not had an opportunity. I
have been In the hospital here two weeks
very sick man. Two weeks previous to
that was spent nn hospital boats, which
are nothing more than dens tor spread
ing disease. They are a dlngrace to the
government. To make long story short
I was a total wreck when we landed, as
well aa hundreds ot others. The treat
ment we received on those transport
was enough to make every man aboard
sick. Well, the next day after landing I
took very sick. The doctor marked my
case fever and sent me aboard a hospital
boat. I received no attention there
whatever, although I was very sick for
six days, when the measles came out Just
slightly and they never did come out on
me to amount to anything. During this
time my lungs were getting In bad shape
aud a fever running from 102 to 104 set
tled down on me. We Anally sailed tor
Key West and when we arrived here
there was very little life left In me. I
have very good care here but I am re
ceiving no medical treatment for my
I saw that I never could get np unless
I could arrest the progress of the disease,
so I am taking creosote and whisky on
the sly, and I feel sure If I can continue
I wilt get up on my feet. My discharge
Is ready as soon as I am able to travel,
and they will send me to New Mexico If I
wish to go there. I hardly know what to
do. I believe I could build np again
there, but It costs so much money, aa I
kuow by experieuce, that I hardly feel
like trying It again. Tbe probabilities
are that I will go to Ohio. I may be
speaking prematurely. I might not get
away from here at all, but I have great
faith In my treatment aa a temporary
remedy. You know more about what the
Rough Riders have been doing than I do;
also other matters transpiring around
Santiago. With best wishes,
General Hospital, Key West, Fla.
Te Cura Conattpatum aorsvr,
Tako faai-nrela t'nudv t'athartic loo nrtta.
If : II. IX fall to cure. Urutfifiaia rufuud tuuoey.
The War Tai la Uriel.
Cigars, fi per 1,000.
Wine, 1 cent per pint.
Tea, 10 cents a pound.
Cigarettes, (3.00 per 1,000.
Telegraph message, 1 oent.
Beer and ale, $2 a barrel.
Tobacco, IS cento a pound.
Bank checks, 8 cent stamp.
Mixed tlour, 4 cents a barrel.
Indemnifying bond, DO cents.
Marriage cert ideate, 10 cents.
Long distance telephone call, 1 cent.
Life insurance policy, for each $100, 10
Manifesto of express package, 1 oent
Perfumery, for each 5 cento value, one
eighth of 1 per cent.
Benefit society insurance, 40 per cent,
of first week's premium.
Mortgags, under 11,000, 35 cents; f"r
each $o00 over $1,500, 25 cento.
Fire Insurance, one-half of 1 per cent,
on each dollar insured.
Patent medicine, for each 6 cento value,
one-eighth of 1 per cent.
Lease, one year, 25 cents; three years,
50 cento; over three years, 1.
Passage to foreign countries, not ex
ceeding $30, $1; not exceeding $iJ0, 13;
011 and sugar refiners are taxed one
fourth ot 1 per oent. on gross receipts ex
llaeklan's Arnica galea.
The best salve in the world tor Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum. Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all bkiu Krupiions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price ta cents
r box. Kor sale by J. H. O'Heilly &
Biuallpox exists In many parts ot the
territory to an alarmlug exteut, and Is
spreadiug rapidly. H 1th the coming of
cooler weather the diNea.se will assume a
more violent rharacter, aud, unless vigor
ous quarantine measures are adopted,
will visit every town and village In New
Mexico, Santa Ke Is not exempt from
the scourge, and the city authorities
ahonld take the matter In hand at once,
establish quarantine against Infected
towns and provide for the care aud treat
ment of whatever cases that may break
out In the city. Cnles this Is done there
will be a serious condition ot affairs be
fore the epidemic runs Its course. New
Robbed lha Grave.
A startling Incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the sub
ject. Is narrated by him as follows: "I
was In a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually In back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physic
lans had given ms up. Fortunately a
frieud advised trying 'Klectrle Bitters;'
and to my great joy and surprise, the
Ilrat bottle mads a decided Improvement.
I continued their use tor three weeks,
and am now a well man. I know they
saved my life and robliel the grave of
another victim." No one should fall to
try them. Only 50 cents per bottle, at
J. H.O'Kellly fc Co.'s drug store.
Adopts New Joaraala.
The Santa Fe has adopted new and
larger Journal on freight cars and the
old sixs wheels are being need for repair
work while all new work Is being fitted
with Journals 4,'f by 7. On the heavy
passenger cars new Jonrnal were adopt
ed last winter as a precautionary meas
ure. Those In nee would be expected to
be heavy enough, bnt heavier ones would
be much stronger and they were adopted.
Better Than Wealth
Is sound, ruirgeil, rolmat health. Hut
this cannot lie hail without pure Mood.
Upon the purity ami richness of the
bliMxl depends the healthy condition
of every organ. Hood's Saraaparilla
Is the One True Dlood Puritlrr. It
has power to give good health.
Hood's Pill act harmoniously
with Hood's Stkrsaparilla. Soo.
A TOAST TO OUR FLAG.
One Englishman Who Could Tell tbe
At a champaigns supper to some cap
tains of the navies of Kngland, Russia,
Turkey, France and America, toast by
each one in honor of the flag they de
fended was called for and the following
are the toasts given:
The Russian said: "Here la to the
stars and bare of Russia that have never
been torn down."
The Turk said; "Here Is to the moons
of Turkey, whose wings have never been
The Frenchmen said: "Here Is to the
cock of France, whose feathers were never
The American said: "Here Is to the
stars and stripes ot America, whloh have
never known defeat."
The Kngllshman concluded as follows:
'Here is to the rampant roaring Hon of
Great Britain, that has torn down the
stars and bars ot Russia; who clipped the
wings of the moons of Turkey; who
pulled the feathers of the cock of France
and ran like hell from the stars and
stripes of the United States ot America."
From Dona Ana County Republican.
Dr. Lytle has been sick for about a
week aud confined to his bed for several
William Gibbs left for the Jarlllas to
do some work on his copper mines In
Capt. Kelly, the old Organ mountain
miner, was here exhibiting some fine
specimens from his new strike In that
Mrs. Martin Amador returned from a
several weeks' visit to Juarez, accompa
nied by her danghter. Cor I lie. Misses
Collide and Julleta remain for a more
SOI OB HO.
KTom Industrial Ailvertlat-r.
Klitrell park continues to be the
beauty spot ot the city, under the watch
ful cars ot Mayor Martin.
A little money expendod In street re
pairs would not Injure the appearance
of the town.
Sheriff Bursum has purchased the
Jungk residence on Fifth street, and
is having it thoroughly renovated. The
ladies are sure that he will soon make
another trip to Silver City.
Socorro may soon have band to be
proud of, as Prot. Mareelllno has organ
ized number of musically Inclined
young men and expects to have them in
shape for a public concert in a few
for Over nrty Vsara.
An Old and Wki.LtThud Rxmidy.
Mrs. Vtlnnlow's Soothing Syrup has
been nsed tor over fifty years by millions
of mothers tor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, aud Is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. It Is pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists iu every part ot the
world. Twenty-live cento a bottle. Ito
value is Incalculable. He sure ana ask
for Mrs. W inslow's Soothing Syrup, and
lake no otner Kind.
Krom Mineral Wealth.
Mrs. John Barry left on a visit to her
old borne In Novla Sootta Wednesday
Tommy McMahan was iu from the
Nlghthawk early In the week. He Is
supposed to have a bouanza out there.
The J. M. Dennis Lumber company
have presented to the town ot Kingman
a spruce tlag pole over 100 feet Iu height.
From the Herald.
Freighters report that the Zunl and
Cariza bridges are on the point of going
down the wash. It seems impossible to
to build a bridge that will stay In such
A destructive hail-storm occurred here
one day last week, doing much damage to
the crops In the fields. It cut the heads
ot grain off and threshed them out. Some
of the farmers lost their entire crops.
while others ouly lost a portion of them.
The wind also did much damage, raining
the roofs off of some ot the houses, and
corn that was ready to tasele out was
laid low. and trees were also unrooted
Such a storm has never been witnessed
A Child Injure.
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when In
need o( a laxative, aud if the father or
mother be costive or bilious, the most
gratifying reeults follow ito use; so that
It Is Ins best family remedy known aud
every family should have a bottle.
Manufactured by the California Fig
Biggest sale that has ever taken place
at the lilggeet store. Prices mails that
you never heard of. Ouly at the Golden
Dry Goods company.
A MCTCRBSQCB TROOP.
A Few Incidents characteristic of the
Famous Roigb Rider.
Troy, N. V. Press:
then the American Spanish war shall
have become history and Its details be
come more pronounced than at present,
no event will stand out more strikingly
than that Bnt skirmish In which the
Rough Riders participated and lost so
many of their brave men.
The plcturesqueness of this troop, the
element ot romance which Is theirs, the
fact that so many ot Its members are
men of distinction and wealth, give It a
prominence other companies have not.
There will be stories aplenty when the
war Is over about the nonchalance and
bravery ot the men, tew ot which have
yet been told.
A letter describing the action says:
"Roosevelt was some place ahead of the
line during the whole scrap, moving np
and down with a word hero and there to
the company and troop commanders.
One of the Rough Riders from New York
rubbernecked after Roosevelt a good deal
and watched him narrowly, and then
turned to one of the men alongside him
and said: 'And yet, by Jlng, a couple o"
yean ago we people In New York didn't
think Teddy knew enough to review a
parade of copsT "
Oue ot the troopers hail a reputation be
fore the war as a base ball player, and bis
ouly complaint on being wounded was
that he had not been hit In the Deck or
sjuio other part ot his anatomy than the
biceps of his pitching arm, which he
fears will never curve a ball again.
One of the fellows, an Oklahoma boy,
got a ball clean through his campaign
hat, which was whirled off his head and
tell about Ave feet away from him. He
picked up the hat, examined it carefully,
and said: "I'll have to patch that np
with slicking plaster, or I'll get my hair
sunburnt." Uls hair was about the red
dest they wear. It would bo dlftlcult to
portray In typo what utter indifference
the men displayed amid dangers about
them, and yet Jt would bo foolish to say
there was no nervousness. This took
various forms. It affected one trooper In
such a way that he persisted In getting
In front of our line and had to be re
peatedly pushed back. The pathollc part
of the skirmish was at nightfall, when It
was found who was killed, and one ot
Hamilton Fish's comrades sang, in a
sweet tenor voice, "The Vacant Chair."
From Mrs. Rank to Mr a. Plnkham.
The following letter to Mrs. Pink
ham from Mrs. M. Rank, Mo. 1,334
East Suariuehanna Ave., Philadelphia,
Pa., la a remarkable atatement of ra
ils f from utter discouragement. Hhe
" I nerer can find words with which
to thank yon for what Lydia E. link
ham's Vegetable Compound haa done
" Some years ago I had womb trouble
and doctored for a long tlrao, not see
ing any improvement At times I
would feel well enough, and other
times waa miserable. 8o It went on
until last October, I felt something
Urriblo creeping over me, I knew not
what, but kept getting worse. I can
hardly explain my feelings at that
time. I was so depressed in spirits
that I did not wlah to live, although I
had everything to live for. Had hys
teria, waa very nervous; could not
Bleep and waa not aafo to bo left
" Indeed, I thought I would lose my
mind. No one knows what I endured.
" 1 continued thia way until the last
of February, when I aaw In a paper m
testimonial of a lady whose case waa
similar to mine, and who had bean
cured by Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. I determined to try It,
and felt better after the first dose. I
continued taking it, and to-day am a
well woman, and can aay from my
nean, - maun uod lor ouch a medi
Mrs. Plnkham Invites all eufrerW
women to write to her at Lynn, Mass.,
lor ai vice, ah such letters aro aeea
and answered by women only.
With a fixed determination not to carry
over a single light weight suit, we have
divided our stork Into two lots, which
will bs sold at'J.7o and $12. 75 per suit
respectively. The former are our 112,
(13 and $14 suits; ths latter our finest
goods, which are worth 1 15 to $25, and
also luclnde the remainder of our misfits.
Kvery suit is a bargain.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
State of Ohio, eltv of Toledo,
County of Lucas.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney X Co- doing business In the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
and that said Unu will pay the sum of
oue hundred dollars for each and every
case ot catarrh that cannot be cured by
ths use ot Hall's Catarrh Curs.
FUANK J. CUKNKY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence this (th day of December,
Heal. A. W. Gl.KiHON,
Hall's Catarrh Curs Is taken internally
and acts directly on tbe blood and mil
rous surfaces of the system. Send for
Fkank J. Cheney, Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists.
The Arlaona (ilrl.
The following was taken from an Arl
zona paper: "The Arizona girl is unique
in some respects. We sometime see the
girl from the effete eaet carrying a
dainty purse mule from the skin of the
python, tanned by alien hands and re
moved from snake suggestions. Miss
Carrie Brown of Tucson proudly wears a
belt mails of a rattler's skin. The youug
lady killed the reptile on her father's
ranch some time ago, dressed ths skin
aud made the belt. She will be tackling
a mouse next.
"Last summer one of our grandchildren
was sick with a severe bowel trouble,"
says Mrs. K.G.Gregory, of Fredericks-
town. Mo. Ourdortor's remedy had failed;
then we tried Chamberlain's Colli), Cholera
aud Dlarrhia Remedy, which gave very
speedy relief, for sale by all druggists.
Mo-Ta-Hae for Slfty teats.
(uaranteij (otwo, Laoil cure, makea weak
tueu siruua, bioou pure, (uc.ll. All uruva-iaia
costly baking powder to
But neither we nor your
it is really worth.
It, therefore, does the
It lan't any
, soma women
snd loae faith ta
v5V When a woman
complain of ferllnr weak, nenrona snd
drponrint, and sulYrnt from headaches,
pains in the bark and atitrhea In the aidra
and butnlnn. drnKirinfr don aen.ationa,
the average phvantan will attribute theae
feelings to heart, Momarh or liver troulile.
For years, roaillv, elie takes their nte,
sctlptions for tliee ailment, without re.
reivins; any heneht. then, in final di.gti.t,
ahe throwa away druya. and hnpelewly lets
matters tske their coure. A women who
atifTrn. in thia wav ia almoat Invariably a
sufferer from weakness ami di.eaae of the
distinctly feminine ornim. There ia att
unf.tilinf and inepinive enre for all
troubles of thia description. It ia Ir.
Pierre's Favorite Prescription. It acta di
rectly on the dt'Hrnte nrg-ans concerned,
making them well and at long It heal, all
internal titcerstion snd stops debilitating
drains. It takes the pressure off the nerves
and makea them etrone; snd steady, t'nder
ita marvelous merits thousands of women
have been made hralthv, hnppy snd robust
The "Fsvonte Prescription" restores weak,
nervoua, pain -racked women and makea
atrong. healthy, capable wivea and moth
er With ita use all pain and aulTi ring
disappear Alt ff.od medicine atorea sell
H and have nothing else "Inst as good "
Constipation and torpid liver will make
the moat amhitmu man or woman titter ly
food for nothing Ir Pierce'a Pleasant
elleta cure them, line little "Pellet" ia
a gentle laialive and two a mild cathartic.
Ir. Pierce'a inm page Illustrated book,
"People'a Medtcnl Adviser" sent, paer
bounn, free for the cost of mailing onr, si
one cent stamps, or. cloth hound l stamps.
Ad. Ire.. r H V Pierce. Muflalo, N. Y.
Dipping tanks. Whitney Co.
Fire, fire. Are sale at "The Fair Store."
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co.
Fruit Jars and jelly glasses. Whitney
New alfalfa. 35 cento ner lOODounds.
at A. Lomlwrdo's.
ratronlxethe Kconomist sale of wash
goods of all kinds.
Attend ths sale of drummers' samnles
at the Kconomist.
Forty cents seven feet cloth shads with
fringe at Futrelle'a.
New potables, fifteen Hounds for 25
cento, at A. Lombardo's.
New line of white Kmplre fans Inst re
ceived at the Koouomlst.
Pure ground chile, 12'tj cento per
pound, at A. Lombardo's.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Gold aveuue.
Attend the special sale of shirt waists
at ths Kconomist this week.
Latest novelties In pompadour and side
tombs. Rosen wald Brothers.
Cider or wins vinegar, pure and strong-.
2S cents per gallon, at A. Lombardo's.
A complete Hue ot potted meats and
delicacies for luncheons and plculoa, at
If yon want anything In the binding
or Job printing Hue, call at The Citiikn
The best groceries and finest liquors
for family use at the lowest prices, at A.
The freshest stock ot staple and fancy
groceries aro to bo found at Bell A Co.'s,
None but the best artists employed at
H aim's barber shop, N. T. Armljo build
ing. Baths &o.
New organdies, lawns, dimities, etc.,
in all the new effects, on sale this week,
at the Kconomist.
Slightly damaged by Are. Goods of
fered cheap on the bargain counters at
"The Fair Store."
Look Into Kielnwort's market on north
Third street. Ha has the uloest fresh
oiaato In the cltr.
Fresh vegetables, fruits In season.
poultry and staple groceries, at Bell A
Co.'s, Second street.
Best Old Rye or Bourbon whisky for
medicinal purposes, ouly 70 cento per
quart, at A. Lombardo's.
Hot chile con came served every night
at the Paradise. Do not miss it. Baciie
chl X Glomi, proprietors.
An experience of years enable J. L.
Bell & Co. to furnish just what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited; free de
livery. J. L. Bell A Co , the grocers, successors
to F. F. Trotter, 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 A Co.'s, They will give you all
The best place for good, juicy steaks
and roasts aud all kinds of meats, kept
in a first class market, at Klelnwort a,
north Third street.
Save money aud buy from the stock ot
drummers' samples at the Kconoinlst a
little ot everything among the lot; one
third off regular prices.
Competition In prices Impossible.
Dou't ask how we do it. You do the
picking at the blggeet store. Gulden
Rule Dry (roods company.
The Sulphur hot springs Is the Ideal
mountain reeort within a day's ride of
this city. Call at W. L. Trimble A Co.'s,
ou north Second street, for particulars.
Auk our wrepper customers how they
like our goods. They will tell you they
are all right and "awfully cheap." They
are cheaper now than ever. Rosenwald
Just received a largo assignment of
line California urape brandy, spring us,
which we will sell to saloon keepers at
tz.&i per gallon. Original package. O.
Banhechl A ft. Gloml.
Our muslin underwear Is manufac
tured by one of ths leading manufac
turers In the country. Full cut, well
sewed, and sold on their merit, at ex
ceedingly low prices. Ruseuwuld Bros.
IIchuIi la lllootl Dt-t-li.
f'lciin Mood ini-ana a ili iu el.in. Xo
hcailly without II. I uacuict, t .nicl.l Cathar
tic i ll all )oiir lilooil mid U i H t lean, by
.limiiir up the lav i i r arid ilt 11 ina-all ini-
liuiilnn liorn the loly. Ii.kiii today to
lianiMi pitupn a, Imiiu, l,li,l, h,.., I,l.i, I, I, .,!,
and that si kly lulioiia complexion l,v taking
t'aacaret, beauty tor ten cent. All drug
gists, salifauii.!i guaranteed, luc, 2m, 50c,
RatM to Omaha.
The round trip, good for thirty days,
costs $ HUH. The round trip good to re
turn until November 16 costs $.d. For
further particulars Inquire at ths ticket
ulllce. W. B. ThTI.L, Ageut.
(..ervhoily Sajs ho.
Cascaret t'andv ("alburnc, the mml won
detfui lii.'illcai il laco crv of the Kh:o, pieaa
aut and re fr. ht n tr to the taste, a-t ircntly
and positively on kidiiejs, liver nnd bowels,
I'leaiiaiug the entire aal,'in, diftpcl cohla,
curu licu'lHoiic, fever, habitual conatlpallon
and biliousness, i'leuse boy und try a box
of (I. (.'. I', to (lav; 10, -i't, fa eina. Holdaud
guarauUMMj to cure by all dm, gists.
Havo you seen the new military button
belt at the Kconomist 1
make is Schillings Best
grocer dare charge what
most work to the cent
1 v r-
COHORT & RICO, Prop'g
(arccassoRS to o. BAnaaarro)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A most dellrbtfnl resort, where alt kinds of
drink, and cisura are served, plenty ot sbsdc
for visitors, itlve n. s trial.
H. H. Warkontin
Albnqucrqae Bowling Parlors!
Coram Kiret 8t. and Copper Are,
Tbtflnrrt Bnwlln All? tin the Snnthwpart,
Nlc plure to tfiid thTolnf,
Tne flew Chicago
18 one of the nicest resort In tho
city, and Is supplied with tho
best and Quest liquors,
HEISCH 4 BETZLER, Proprietors.
Pplendld Lodfrlnf Rooms by tho day,
week or month,
809 Woot Railroad Avona.
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thlid Htreet aid TUeraa iveaae.
Atlantic Boor llalll
SCHNEIDER LII. PBOPS.
Coot Ks Bsss oa draaabti tbe Onset Native
Wins and tbe vary best ol Bnt alasa
Liquors. Olvo aa o call,
aiiaoao Avbwtjb, ALaogcaaeca.
A otd Pla
G rande A Parentll front them we reap, TJ
all klrnlanf Llunora. Una and rha I
Reliable quallte we Bet bere, A
to aell Dura snoda la thai. U1
Always cool and abarp, their Heer, I
quite unequalled tar or nsatt
fUohle wlnea. all patrons rreet, J
1 Imported and domestic, s Stock complet IJrf
Delicious C liars, too, here we asln, Kf
cbnlrest rlaenrs ws obtallt
Eicellent Krxwi. both clean and neat, rp
at Sow nn Moutb First strew I
&thos at Albuquerque there are plenty
who(aot OHANDK PAM&NTI
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL But Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Oifii
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. (64
Old Telephone No
Leare ordenTrlmble'i stable
A. K WALKEK,
SecrtUrj lutuil Ballulnf iuoclitlon.
Miles as J. ft HaMridcw'a Lambs Tarsi
All kindo of Freah and Sa
Meats. .. .. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
MAS ONI C TEMPLE,
EM IL KLELN WORT, Prop
WE UlISIRG TO INFORM
The aood dressers of Albuquerque
that a bus line ol
Await their Inspection at
107 South Klrst
sinori enne street.
MUlllLLI Unuai Neat Kallroad
Suits Cleaned for $1.00.
CALL AT THB
J. A. SKIN NEB,
Low Pricaa and CourUous TrcatbitaL
HAUL A. HNIUh.H,
OKNKY-AT LAW. Room 10. Crom
well blixS, Albuquerque, N. H.
V. K. HAHHOUM,
" lion and Water Supply, hiamlnatlnna aud
Keports. Mape, plana and estimates. Corres
pondence Soliitted. rtoum Ir), Armijo bluck,
Cor. Srd SI. and htallroad avenus.
bUt, BISHOP tHMHOt',
OMIkUPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Suraeona Ofllce and residence over Dost,
oAlcs. Old Telephone 8u, New Ttlepbuue
lea. Mrs. Marino hl.hop, M.D., ntticebonrs.
I to I p. m. Prank D. Bishop, M. U., ottlcs
Hours, 9 to io a. m.. ana i to I aua 7 to I p. m
Take elevator al Whitney's.
JOHN VAaCIUBH, M. l
PUYU1CIAN AND HUUMKON-OHce la
Amnio building. Comer of Ksdrosd sveoue
sna I nira tireei. rioars, w:ou iu u a. m. j i
to 0 p. ia. Special attsutlun glean to ctuonlc
if. U. JOHN ROM,
AstCUlTKCT-Plsns, specification and as.
tlmates lurnlahed fur sii clsaass of bnlid.
Ini snd sjcliltectursi work. OOlcsi 10 Wast
Kallroaa seen us.
KKICK and residence. No. 411 Wast Mold
V seeuua. Telephone No. SB. Omcs boars
B lo 8 s. m i 1 o to s o ana 7 to p. m.
(4. H. kaeterday, M. D. J. . dastard?, M. D
w. e. aura i
OKKICK UOUKS-Untll a. m. and frnm
1 :o lo 8 :o snd from 7 to p. ru. Utlics
and residence, aso West uola iviods, Alba,
querque, N, M.
K. J, Al(sr, U. D. 8.
AKMIJO HLOCK, OHfOSilTK ILK K LI)
tiros'. (Jtlice hours: a a, m. to IK UO
p. m.; 1 :HO p. m. to b p. m. Auto, lei, Mo.
salt. Appoliitrneuts made by mall.
BIKKlkll B. HOOII,
ATTOKNhY-AT-LAW, Alboquerqne, N.
at. r'rompt attention given to all business
pertaining lo tne proleaaion. Will practice In
all courts ol the terilturf and beioia Uis Lulled
Buuce isua owes.
WILLIAM U. LIB,
ATTOKNbY-AT-LA W. Office, room 7,
N. T. Armllo building. WU1 pracUc In
sil me courts ol tus territory.
ATTUKisitrs-Ai l.a w. Aiunqnerqne, n.
M. urlice, looms t aud 8, Viral National
K. W. U. Hit If AM
TTOHNhY-AT-LAW, Alboqnerqne, N
L M. Unite. Klrst National bank building
rKAMBV W. CLANCY,
TTOH N h Y-AT-I.A W, rooms Sand S, N
T, Amnio building, Albuquerque, N. at.
B. VS. DUHrtUN,
Y AT. LAW. Hfl
4 TTOKNKY AT-LAW. Olllre over Hob
erlson'e grocery store, Albuquerque, N. M
I. milt', MtrttW and elilMreu'g uiuhIIh
and Cauilirlit uiiilerwear now on Hiieclal
aaltt at Hohli'ii HiiIh 1 r y (imxlH Company.
i ! 'il.- t il 'I'Ui:;. rtltilxy Co
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
AathoTUd Capital 400,000 00
Paid np Capital, Surplus
and Proflm 1 174,000 00
The Bank of Gommerca
nU ! "T-er'-w tonAKSal ADD IsWTTssI Larwriig flf mutr
AeAcaaas ax4 Otters ta Dwaaalswra Breswy gasatuag
CasTVasa seta riasfw.Ha) tBluh.
. I. Organ, Fmtdant I. C. Balds mas, Lnmbav. W. C. Laos aid. Capital:
B. P. SoarBTaa, Vlca-Presldsnt. A. Btaaaaaar. Blssmsna Break, Wool.
.S.STBicctaa. Cashier. A. M. Blags watx, Orosa, Rlackwe.il Cow, tiros
H. I. Baaaaoa, Assistant Caablsf, W, A. Maswsll, Whole! Druggist.
Depository for Atchison, TopeU 4 S&nU Fe iUllwa-.
tub ST. ELMO
SAMPLE A2TD OLTJH BOOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH DARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO Wast Railrotd Awm Alba. -.
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The But and Finest Liquors and
NO. 114 WEST UAILUOAD AVENUE
Gr. HENRY, IVI. D
Stadsnt of Dr. Phillip Rioord of Frane.
THIHTT-ail TKaBS' POA0T1CB. UXSf ONLY TBIATXO.
A enrs rnaranteet In aearv ess anrterlakafi
Unnorrhnea. gleet and strtrtnra sueertllr cnre4 with Dr. Hlrort's Krench Hsmwlie. atacwal
cases tiermanenllr enred within TURkK UAYS, NO CUrjkH4, SANDALWOOD OIL not
COPAIBA nsed Spermatotrhrma, seminal lueses, night emlaalons. Insomnia, despondsncr ,
radlcallr enred. Hlcord's metlmd practiced In the World's Uiispllal, Paris. Uefarsncai Oesr
wi.uuu patisntssorcesstuur cared wituin lha last nine rears. Can refer to patlenta snrad, bf
Ksrmlasliin, Investigate. Oftlres 07 neesnteenth street, near tlliampa. Denver, Colo,
ngllah, Krenrh, Ivsrman, Pnll.h, stnsslan and Bohemian apoken. Oaaaalkaatasi and Oa
aatwastoai rraa. Curreapnndenea snlloltadl suletlr annfldantlal
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. ProprUtor
Iroa and Brass Castings Ora, Coal and Lombar CWra i Bhaftlnf , FoUaja, Qrats Bars
Babbit alatal i Columns and Iron Fronts for Ballltnga aUpaira oa
sllnlnr and Mill Maobinary a Bpwslaltw,
FOUNDRY: BiOE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
GROSS' BLAGKWELL & GO.
AND WOOL DEALERS.
HcAdquarters for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Goods,
Kansas Gty Baking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Ycgas and
dlorieta. New Mexico.
TOTI &c GIRIDI,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND GRAIN.
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian n -f t i
Sola Aganta for San Antonio Lima.
New TelephocA til. 218. 211
Y Ea.rlo W.ar.
Hip. or Back.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed aod TraDsfer Stables
Second St., Detween Railroad and Copper Avea,
Horass and Mnlaa Bought nnd Bxskangad.
Aganta (or Colombno Baggy Companr.
Tbo Boat Turnouts In tho Cltr.
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victorias
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale, tilt
Address W. L. TRIMBLE ft C0 Albnqnerqne, New Meilco
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTHE. Proos.
(Baoosoaors to rrank U. Joass.1
Einest IMstles, Imported and Domestic lines and Cegnics
Tke Coolest and Blrnest Crsde of Uter Semi.
Finest Millard Hall In the Territory.
a - v i s s
r. h. or romoHY,
Depository tor the Atlsofr ft
Psdfic snd tlic Atchison,
Tcrck A Santa Fe
OFFICERS AID DI2KCTCRS.
JOSHUA ft. RATKOLDS. ...PraBidaat
at. W. FLOCKS OT ....TlravFrastdaal
A. A. KKW1 .CMhtaf
A. A. BRANT,
IB X 00.00000,
In Albuqnarqaa, H. H.
Qgars, Imported and Domestic,
whan a eM la nmevleahl ..il .m.im.
AND 217 NORTH THIRD GT
216 Railroad Avenue.
luteal Tfllepbona 1(3. Ilboqoergai, 1. 1.