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THE HCLUENCE OF SYHIT OF nGS
la due not only to the originality and
implicit of the combination, but also
to the cm re and akill with which It la
manufactured by aclentiQo process
known to the California Fio 8rcr
Co. only, and we wish to Imprni upon
all the Importance of pnrrhsalno; the
true and original remrdy. Aa the
Pennine Syrop of Fg Is manufactured
by the California Via 8TBCP Co,
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one In avoiding the worthless
Imitations manufactured by other par
tins. The high standing of the Cau
foMti Via Hmvr Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs haa
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of Its remedy. It la
far lo advance of all other laxatives,
aa It acta on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without lrrittlna- or weaken
Ing them, and It does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, pleaxe remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRU? CO.
SAX FRANCISCO, CsJ.
km'uvii.i.ic ur. Risrm, m.
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
Tarau mf sfbaaHptl .
Dailr, br mill, one rear S 04
Dailr, by mall, all montha .. a 00
Dallr. br mall, three months. 1 to
Daily, by mall, one month 10
Dally, br carrier, one month 76
Werklr.br mall, per yvar t 00
Tas Daily Citiibn will be delivered Is
the city at the low rate of 10 centa per week,
or for 7f) centa per month, when paid monthlr.
Theaa ratea ate Ivss than tboa of any other
dailr paper Id ths territory.
ADVKRTI9INO RATK9 made known oo
application at the olHca of publication.
THK C1TIZKN lob office la one of the best
lo the eonthweet, and all klnda of job print.
n la executed wltb neatneaa and at lowest
THK BINDKRY, Inet added, la complete
and well Htted to do any kind of blodlnt.
THK CITIZKN will be handled st the office
Hubeciiptlone will be collected br U. U.
Tiltom, or can be paid at the oOtcs.
NOTICK la hereby alvrn that orders (Ives
br emplnres npon Tas Citiish will not
b r honored aoleaa pravloualr sndoraed br the
THK CITIZKN la on sals st the following
places In the cltri S. K. Newcomer, til
Railroad avenue; llawlrr'a Newa Depot. Sonth
Second atreet; U. A. Mataon C'o'a, No. Soft
Railroad avenue, and Harvey a kauri Houas
at the depot.
THK KKKK LIST The free list of Ts
ClTIZSK rmbrarra Notlrea of Hirtha, Bar
ytas:., e unerala, Dealha, Church Hervlrea and
Balertalnmems where no admission lactiarsed,
UUOUKS a Mt'CN kllrtiT,
Kdltora and Publljhers.
The mott tudnfttlng biTwn
i tlonn, thhff. Alwyt iwrwtf
tn ntrtAin. n rvquirca do
kill to operate It and rrpro
. dur the muftlc of kaivlt, or-
i rtMWtrnft, Torn-IUta or tratni
mrntl nloUU. There la
i not .. Ilk II IVir d wtj-
Int ' ntrtalnrTwrtt u home or .ntha.vwlal.Tmth
ring. You cad ilntr or ulk tn It an1 It will
rrprorlnrc Immtlatcly tu.4 U GfU?0 m deal red,
your niig- or w -nU.
Other arvcHUM talk In machinal irprndno
only iwonli .f rut rihI drlM -uliW-cU, .'. ally
priiarrd In a la t oratory ; but the tiraplvtphoiie t
not limited toiurh iwrfonnanot'a. On ihUnitho
hone you mil eai ly make and tntiit Jr reproauca
recvmlt of th voif, or any gnnnd. Tnna H enn
tantly awaken new Interest and Its charm is ever
Ingsb. The rcroducUous arc clar and brilliant.
BraplioplicuBS ui sold ioi(IIm
Mstinrartnrrd ander ttia ftatents of ftH, TmlnUr,
r.ltMn ami M ilonl1. Our .tilishnivnl to
Matter f the H4 fr Talking Maw hi use a4
f auiiHl slaaii.ua u,iu. Writ for oalaiofua,
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO., Dept. SO,
720-723 OUvt Street, St. Louis, Mo.
ttTA A. A A . ,evtg
1 JSajcs L
i Thrive On It k
Little Book INFANT k
HEALTHmSent FREE, T
Should bs in Every Rous. W
HY. C0NDCNSCO MILK CO. 9
NSW YORK. . L
Dua l luliarro bil auS aawka tvsr Ufa Avar.
To quit lotiacco saKliy and forever, be mu
Detlo. full ol Me. narve and vlyor, taks Nolo
ll.ic, the wnnrt.'r w.irlo r. that makoa weak mea
strong All druiiiilata, Biw or II. Cuniuiru
teed Booklet and sampls fres. Addroas
burling Hemsdr Co, Chicago or Nsw Vora
Call at "The Oreou Front" aboa atort
(or iciilldren's and mUdM sandals and
oifordn, black and tan, lalrat atvlt, 0 lo
8, MSenbi;HH toll, uoMDtH; llu,
fi; ladles' oxford. 1 W. Chaplin, pro
prietor, "Last summer on or onr grandehlldran
was sick with anvttre bowel trouble,"
saja Mrs. K G. tirttBory, of Krednrleks
town, ato. Our doctor's remtd? bad failed;
then we tried Chamberlain's Clle, Cholera
and Dlarrhuta Kemedv, which gave very
speed; relief." For sale bj all drnggUta.
Kealirnstloa of Foatniaeler.
John Ixive, poritmaMter at Clayton,
I'ulon eouoty, haa sent bli reelgnatlon
to the poHtofllce department at Wawhlng
ton, after having served about year of
kiervhotly &ae So.
ruacarcta Caudv t'alliartic, the mnat won
dtfif'il iiu'dicul dnu'overv of the SKe, pleas
am and relivaliiiiii u the taaie, at l Keally
sil poaillvt'ly ou klilneya. liver and bowels,
I'lt-anainir the entire avau-ui, dlaiel col da,
cum h'alaohe, lever, iiahtiuul couatlslloa
Slid blliouauoaa. I'leaae buy and try a bos
of C. C. C to-dav; 10, X MJ reuu. rkild Awl
guaruiteud to curs by ail Uru.giata.
Turklith towels, linen towels, table
linen, sheete, etc., at prices whiob ought
to make you lay In supply. Roeeu
A new line of One quality stock ribbon
In No. 40, 50 and no widtht, worth np to
&io. a yard; special at ioo. at the Kcono
Cool and comfortable dining ears on
Bant Ke route are obtained by use ol
1 I -J If" "V
CHAOftOXOGY OF THS WAS.
In tertiilog Story af tb War Frsm 1195
taJaly 2t, lift.
February M Inanrrertlon breaka oot
lo three of Cuba su provinoee.
ktareh 81 (reoeral Antonio Maoeo ro-
elaimed eomroauder of the Insurgent
April U-Captalfi General Cajella di-
piaciea oy lampoa.
November 17 Oeneral Msceo, near
Santa Clara, with 1.M00 men defeat
i,tM) Hpanlsh troopa.
February ia-Weyler displace Captain
February li Eighteen thonsand new
npanisn troops sent into in neld.
February 17 Weyler Issue hit reoon
March 1 The troeha la asUbllshed.
April II Maoeo erosses the troeha
wllh 8,000 men and drive back th
Uctober 1 Th rebellion np to this
lime naa 001 Bpam uo million dollars
December 4 treneral Antonio Maoeo
killed by treachery.
Ueoemoer 10 treneral Bull Rivera
August S Premier Canova of Spain
Angust t Weyler recalled by th 8a-
gaeta liberal ministry on pressure from
tne tnitea males.
N 0 vem bor 17 Decree from government
at Madrid granting autonomy to Cob.
January M-Unlied State battleship
Maine ordered to Havana on a peaceful
February 10 DeLcme, Spanish minis
ter, recalled (or unwarranted personal
ities reflecting on President MrKlnley.
February 16 The United 8 tales battle
ship Main blown op lo Havana harbor
and tm Uvea lost.
February 17-Untted States board of
Inquiry on tn loss of th Main ap
pointed. March 9 Koiergency bill, ,.'0,000,000,
for tutted Stale euaet defenses passed.
March 88 Th president semis a mas
sage wllh th Main report to congress.
April V Oen. FiUhugb Lee and other
consuls leave Cuba.
April 11 Tb president sends a mac
sage to congress recommending armed
Intervention In Cub.
April 16 War department orders regu
lar troop to th coast,
April 18 Th intervention resolution
psseed by th senate.
April 1U Th house paxses th Inter
April IV Th president prepare an
ultimatum to Spain demanding to evac
uation of Cuba within thru day.
April 30 The Cuban resolution signed
by th president.
April to Spanish minister, Polo y Ber
oabe, ask for his passport.
April 21 Th United Bute minister.
Oen. Woodford, la given his passport In
April 21 Spain's severance of diplo
matic relation held to be a declaration
April 12 North Atlantic squadron sails
to blockade Cuban port.
April U3-rirst shot fired, when tb
United Siate gunboat Nsthvllle cap
tured th Spanish coast trader Bnen
April 83 President' proclamation to
all nation declaring th blockade of Cu
April 83 The president' call Issued
for 126,000 minutest-.
April 2)1 The President' proclamation
Issue on Spanish vessel in United Slate
April 27 Ablatio squadron sails from
Mlrs bay (having been ordered from
Hong Kong by Breat Britain In compli
ant with th neutrality law) to meet th
Spaulsb fleet at th Philippine Islands.
April 27 United State cruiser New
York. Cincinnati and monitor Puritan
silence th batteries at kU tan tas.
April 'A Spanish fort at Cabana
demolished by guns of th flagship New
May 1 Spanish fleet under Admiral
Montojo ' defeated and destroyed by
United State squadron, Commodore
May 8 Congress appropriated f36,
72o45 tor tb army of Invasion.
May 8 -Naval bill for thirty five new
warships sent to th president tor signa
ture. May 7 Commodore Dewey's report on
the battl ot Manila received. Kleven
Spanish war ships destroyed and no
May 7 The president In th nam of
American people congratulate Commo
May V Commodore Dewey 1 mad
May 11 Knslgn Baglay and four men
on gunboat W Initio w killed In cngag
meut off Cardenas.
May 12-Admtrai Sampson' fleet
shells fort and land batteries at San
Juan, Porto Kieo,
May 17 L'ulUd Slate establish
censorship on pres dispatches.
May 18 A new Spanish cabinet 1
May 20 Secretary Long officially eon
Arm report at Spanish fleet off Santiago
May 81 Charleston sail with first re
lief supplies for Admiral Dewey.
May 23 First relief ipedltlon sail
Jane 3 Hobson and bis men sink th
dismantled collier Merrlmae In Santia
June 4 Captain Oridley of Olympla
died in Kobe, Japan, on his way home.
June tt American marine land at
Aguadorea and BaiqnirL
J una 8 Keeond bombardment ot th
fort at Santiago.
June. Insurgent taks outer city of
Manila and 18, 000 Bosnian prisoner
June 7 United Bute fleet bombard
and destroys th fortification at Cat
manera. June 7 The Monterey aall from San
Francisco to Manila.
June l Fortlfloatlon at Snatanamo
Jun 11 American marine land at
June 12 First battl of Ouantanamo.
Fonr American marina killed.
Jun 13 General Shatter and army of
27,000 men sail for Tampa.
Jun 15 Th second relief expedition
alls for tb Philippine.
June as Oen. Shatter'! army land at
June 24 Two thousand Spanish attack
1.0U0 American" bough Riders" and
regulars. Spanish repulsed. American
Jun 25 Commodor Watson' fleet
ordered to prepare for expedition to th
coast ot Spain.
Jun 8 Admiral Camara'a fleet at
Port Said refused coal by th Egyptian
J un 2H Third Manila ei peditlon aall.
July 1 American troops mov upon
th elty of Santiago.
July 2 American troop capture the
Heights of San Juan and Kl Caney, with
great loss on both side.
Jnly S Admiral Cervsra's entire fleet
destroyed at Santiago by American fleet
under Commodore Schley.
July S The Ladrone Island are taken.
July 4 First relief expedition reaches
Admiral Dewey at Manila.
July 6 Admiral Osrvera and 1.300
8 Danish Bailors' capture coo firmed.
July O Captain Laiago of th Infanta
Maria Teresa commits snteld and Ad
miral VUlamll dies ot bis wounds.
July B Lieutenant Richmond Hobson
and crew ot collier Merrlmae exchanged
tor Spanish prisoners ot war.
July Sautlago given formal nolle of
twenty-four hours before bombardment.
July tt Admiral Camera's fleet re
turns through the Suei canal for Spain.
July W Major Oeneral Mile leave
wltb reinforcement for Santiago.
July 10 Oeneral Shatter begin th
bombardment ot Santiago.
July II Several deaths from yellow
fever reported In the American camps.
July 11 ArmUtlee agreed for twenty
four houre at Santiago.
Jnly 11 The Spanish cabinet resign.
Jnly I Uenersi Toral formally stir
renders Santiago and troopa and garri
son in eastern cuna.
July 15 commissioner agree on de-
tans or terms ot surrender.
July 16 With formal ceremonies the
United Plate flsg Is hoisted over the pub
lic bolldlng In Santiago.
Jnly 16 General McKlbben named as
temporary military governor of Santiago.
July IB Oarrlson and city ot Calme
nera formally surrender.
July 80 Lieutenant Colonel Wood of
th "Hough Klders" (United Slate First
volunteer cavalry ) mail military gov
eioor ot Santiago.
Jnly ISO-General Mile started from
Ouantanamo for Porto Kieo wltb army
Jolv 80 Underbidding a pool of
American liners, the Com pan I a Trans
atlantic Kapsnola obtained contract tor
transporting Spanish prisoners home
July SO Permanent annexation of
Porto Rico announced as the policy of
July 80 Spanish cabinet Informed by
Bianco that be did not author! Oeneral
Jnly 24 General Mile cable from
Mole St. Nichols that hie expedition Is
well on Its way.
July 25 Oeneral Mile land at
Quanira, Porto KIco,
July M Spain formally, thrnngh th
French ambassador In Washington,
make overtures for peace.
Jnly 26 Americans advance on Port
Pone. Spanish Ions, three killed, thir
teen wounded. American luea, tour
July 17 Port Ponce Invested. Sev
enty lighters captured.
July 28 City of Ponce and city ot
Port Ponce under American military
The Sere t Urlapa Cars.
There Is do use suffering from this
dreadful malady, If you will only get the
right remedy. lou are naving pain an
throng h your body, your liver la out of
order, have no appetite, no life or aojbi
Hon, have a bad cold, in fact are com
pletely used up. Klectrte Blltere la th
only remedy that will givs you prompt
and sure relief. They act directly ou
your Liver, blomacn and Kidneys, tone
np the whole system and make yon feel
like a new being. They are guaranteed
to enre or price refunded. For sale at J.
1L O'Hellly A Co. Drug Store, only 60
cant per bottle.
steal abtts TraMlaia,
Laura & Marsh to Malllssa A. Marsh,
mining deed to onrsixlb Interest In the
Little Mollle mine, Cochltl mining dis
trict; consideration fl.
M. P. Stainm lo Thorn F. Myers,
quit claim deed to lot 16, block t, Baca
addition; consideration 1425.
John Booklett and wife to Archibald
Brown, warranty deed lota 17 and 18,
block 43, Gallup towualte; eoualderatlou
John Mauser and wife to Joseph, quit
claim deed to an adobe house and im
provements on section 10, township 16
north, rang IS west; consideration
Bartolo Sedlllo to Pedro Tapla, war
ranty deed to a pleo of land In Barelaa;
Henry Brown to Jess Brown, quit
claim deed to one-third Interest In the
Midnight and one-third Interest In the
Tucker lodes, Cochltl consideration $1.
Henry Brown to Arthur L. Finch, quit
claim deed to one-third Interest In the
Tucker lode, Cochltl; consideration 11.
flrntUylnaT Letter to Ur. Slnk
tuaxn, Trom Happy Woman.
I Owe Im at IAAV
Use. M. Wooljusxb,
Mills, Ksb., writs
"Dxab Mae. PiKisAMr I ow say
life t yomr Vgtabl Compwamd. The
doctor said 1 had eoaraaaptloat and
neUtlag eould be doae for as. My
BMsmtnatlra had stopped aad tfcey
aid mf blood waa tnrnlag t water. I
ka4 asvaral doe tors. They all a14 I
aid act Uv. lbgaatbeaf Lydla
E. Plakham'e VegsUbl Compcrati,
and It bslpsd an right away; una
rsturaed and I kavs galaad la weight,
I h a v be Mar health thaa I have had lor
year. It is wondartal wkat your
paund kaa doa for ma."
"I reel Like m Mew Fnaia.
XLrk Obo. Lxacb,
lae Ball It, AJtea, m., writes
' aUfore I Began to take yxrmr Tegw
table Compound I was a graat atTuwr
fraae wemk troubla. Mamaas wld ap
pa twa aad thraa Mat 1st a ,
oaaalag Sas to k so wk I eonld Bot
lookd ao badly aa friend bardlj
M I took doctor's msdlstns but did b4
darlrs Biaaai basalt from 1. af drag
gist gave m one of yonr little book,
and after rsadlag It I daaidsd to kry
Lydla E. Plakkam'a Vegatabl Osvs
pouad. I fel Ilk a Baw yaraoa. I
would aot glv your Ccmapomad for all
the doctor' mdloln la the world. I
ao aralas It ongh."
Laa OfBe BaalBeas.
For the week ending Tuesday, Angust
2, th following bnslneai waa transacted
In the United Blatea land office at Santa
July 27 Eosarlo Herrera. 160 acre.
August 1 Joseph Holbrook. r- lo
acres. Mora enonty.
August 8 lisiuon A. Trullllo. 10 acres.
San Miguel county.
VINAL CKRTIFICATIS ISell'ID.
July 80 John Spinner, 160 acres, Mora
July SO Manuel U. KsqulbeL lBtf.DO
acres, Rio Arriba county.
AugiiHl 2 Manuel Suaxo. W.iZ acres.
August a Jos Leon Contain. 120
acres, San Miguel county.
Auirust 8 Julio Knetnlas. 13U.04 acre
San Miguel county.
July 28 Charles H. Toll and Korman
L. Bielcher. No Nam lode mining claim.
ot ZO.m acres, situated In the Cochltl
mining district ot Bernalillo county.
Te Care Coaatlpetloa rorevev.
Take Caerarela l?andv (atharllft luoortts.
If (1 II. IX lall 10 aura. drusMiaw r fsud auunay.
MbUoiisI Meet, Leeaae of Anilau
For this oecaHlon ticket will be sold
on Angust 6 and 7, to Indlanapoll and
return, with final limit ot August 15, for
$46.16. Ticket will be tor continuous
passage In eacb direction.
W. B. Tbcll, Agent.
The Great Secret
Of the wonderful cure by IlooJ'a Bar
eaparilla lies In Its power to make
the blood rich, pure and nourishing.
By doing this It eradicates scrofula,
cure catarrh, dyspepsia, rheumatism,
neuralgia and builds np the nerves.
It I the One True illood Purifier.
Hood's Pill are the best family
cathartic aad liver medicine. 800.
NEW MEXICO NEVSI
From the New Meilcan,
The Sister are moving Into their hand
some new annex, and Santa F can now
boast of having as complete a sanitarium
a Is found anywhere.
The Santa Fe lad who left hie position
and mamma to be closer to hie dulclna
up north, la coming bom as fast as tb
Lord and charitable brakemen will allow
Territorial Treasurer Kldodt baa made
a distribution of territorial funds,
amounting to 20 per cent, of the appro
prlatlons. For the month of July the receipt at
the Internal revenue office for the dis
trict of New Mexico and Artiona, In this
elty, amounted to f tt.USO. The greater
part of that sum was received nnder the
provision of th war revenue bill.
Tb officer at th city Jail have been
forced to chain Antonio Maria Roybal
In hi cell. Roybal haa been Incarcer
ated In th elty basil le for the past nine
months. He 1 not a safe person to be at
large, as be Is frequently attacked with
spell of Insanity, although between the
pell he seem to be entirely rational.
J. Tllford Otis, first sergeant la tb
Secend Arkansas volunteer Infantry, sen
of Mrs. A. B. and the late Col Rimer Otis,
United State army. died 0 Sunday, July
31, of typhoid fever, at Camp Thomas,
Cblckamanga, Oa. The many friends ef
Mr. Otis and family In this elty unite In
extending sympathy to them In their sad
Kslquel Cano baa been arrested by
Deputy Sheriff Hnber, charged with the
robbery of the home ot J. K. Wood while
the family were at church en Sunday
morning. There le little doubt bnt what
Cano I th guilty party. Ha was recently
discharged from the penitentiary, and
Mr. and Mrs. Woods, who, with others,
take an Interest In the welfare of the
convicts. Invited Cano to tbelr bom attar
hi releas and provided him with food.
H waa at th Wood home on Saturday
and promised Mrs. Wood b would go te
church th next morning. Instead ot
fulfilling thle promt It seems he went
to the home ot Mrs Woods, knowing that
the family would be at church, and pil
laged the house.
Oallup, Aug. 4. Dr. Mary K. Pradt
Harper, a former restdeut ot this piece
and who ha been practicing medicine at
Matomanle, WU., arrived here on Friday
morning, and after visiting for a few
day wltb Mrs. W. A. Smith and shaking
band with old friends, she proceeded on
ber way Monday to Fort Defiance, where
ehe haa accepted a position In the Church
hospital with Miss W. A. Thackera. Her
many friend wish ber snoces la her
K. M. Banjul, a former foreman here
under K. IL Harlow, arrived Saturday
evening from the Needle on a short
business visit, and attar spending two
pleasant day with old-time friends,
mingling business with pleasure, re
turned, unfortunately, on the train
wrecked at Holbrook en Tuesday morn
ing, but waa not injured. ,
D. 0. Graham, the veteran merchant
trader at Zunt, haa eold hie builnese to
Mr. Bennett, of Ohio. W are not to lost
our old friend, however, we are glad to
aay, aa he baa located la Arlaona.
W. W. Elsdon, the efficient bookkeeper
of the Crescent Coal company' coal
office, returned on Bunday morning trom
a short vacation spent at Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. Barney and ehlldreu, the
Misses Bay Us, accompanied by MIhs
Laura Armstrong and Mrs. K. L. Wat
kin children, left on Tuesday morning
with Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Nally for a month'
vacation at the Nally ranch.
At last the building of the new Third
etreet bridge ba commenced and we hope
soon to see a good, solid structure, which
cannot be backed off by frightened horses
In place of the rickety old rain on that
street at present.
A return game wa played here en Sun
day between the Oallup and Wlngate
baseball clubs and waa won by Oallup
wltn a score of 11 to tt
J. B. Saint ot Albuquerque, who has
been here for the past week on Insurance
business, left for Defiance on Monday
We are very sorry to learn thai we are
to lose our old friend Worth Keene, who
baa sold out bis bnalnese and will leave
tor Los Angeles oa Sunday morning,
where be will make his f ature horn.
Mr. James Carmen, accompanied by
Mlsa K. Doughty, arrived last evening
from a month' visit to the coast. When
the train pulled lu Mr. Carmen, acoom
penled by a few of bl particular friend
met them and enjoyed an excellent din
ner at Harvey's. Mlsa Doughty did not
top but proceeded on to La Crucea,
wb'e she will teach in the Agricultural
college the coming year.
From the Independent Democrat.
Not one ot the teacher who attended
the Normal Institute last year failed to
get a position.
Mis Viola Peacock left for Chihuahua
on Sunday to resume ber duties as
teacher ot Kngllsh In th French
eemlnary at that point.
Dr. Brown, ot Klnoen, waa In town
last week and reported the smallpox
scar In his neighborhood as being very
much ever etittina ted.
er Over Fifty f wis.
An Old amd Will-Thud Bimidv.
Mrs. Wlnslow Soothing Syrup haa
been rued for ever fifty yeare by millions
ot mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect socoeisi. It soothe th
child, softens th gums, allays all pain,
cure wind colic, and Is ths best remedy
for diarrhoea. It 1 pleasant to th taste.
Sold by druggist in every part ot the
world. Twenty-five cent a bottle. It
value 1 Incalculable. Be sure and ask
tor Mr. Wlnslow' Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
Shoe. I Ikml eaoaal
At li.75. We are showing a good as
eortment of men welted shoes, all
ilia pes and alien, and formerly sold at
$350, 14.00, 14 50 and $5.00. Simon
Stern, the Railroad avenue elothler.
Ton may hunt the world over aad you
will not find another medicine equal to
Chamlierlalu's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. It
Is pleasant, aafe and reliable. For sale
by all druggist.
fry Hilars Baal taa aa Baalaa
have to stand
en theft feet
moat of the
time work aa
bard as any
thrv do ool jet
what la rightly
in. Indoor oc.
to the scrvon
tion to the Mood It
wears, tear, snd drmr a
woman's life sway. The
whole phvalcal ay si em
grows alufglah aad torpid
No wonder so many sales
slrla and factta-y f irla and honaevrlves sof
ter from indigestion and constipation snd
biliona tronWIea. No wonder they are anh
Jeet to the diaeaaee of the delicate anecial
onranlam of their aei. The wonder la
rather that they can stand It aa well aa
But "s poor weak woman," aa she Is
termed, will endure hravrly snd patiently
aenniea which s Kmna man would givs
wav under. The fact la women are more
patient than they ought to be ander suck
livery woman might to know that she
may obtain the moat eminent medical sd-vu-e
frti ef ckarft snd in mhtolut conjt
iemt snd privacy by writing to Ur. R. V.
Pierce, chief consulting nhyairian of the
Invalid' Hotel snd Satgiral Isatltute, of
Bnffpilo, N. V, Occtipring thia poaitinn for
thirty years ha haa had a wider practical
saperlence In the treatment of women's
lacaaea than any nther phyalcian in this
country. Ilia mrdidnea are world famous
for then- satoniahing efficacy.
The mini tetfrrt remedy ever devlaed for
weak snd delicate women la ft. Pierce's
Favorite Preacription. Ilia "Golden Med
ical IMacovery" ia the only permanent d.
tretlv and nutrient tonic. The two med--ines
taken alternately, form the moat
perfect and ancceafui eottrae of treat
ment ever prcacrihed for female troubles
complicated with a alnrgUh, overwrought,
nervoua, diaeaaed conatitntion. In severs
conatlpalion Dr. Tlerre'a I'lraaant Pellets
should he occaainually taken wltb th
ethers. They never gripe.
(t're-emptlon Kntrv No. snls.
BTotlee fwv fuklteMlnB,
Land Office at Santa Fe. N. M.. 1
Ausuat , I huh.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named aettler haa filed notice of hie Intention
to make Una) proof In enpoort of hia claim, and
that aaid proof will be made before the regieter
or receiver at 8ante Ke, N. M ., on Septrmber
fi. Ismh, vii : William Kraaer, for the ahta N
VK. NK, HWt arc. 15. T sfc. K 8 fc.
lie name the following wltnraaee to prove
hla continuou realilenre upon and cultivation
or aaid land, via i Salvador Machlra.oC Lhlllllj
Kamon Montoya, of Alhuqtirriiej Manuel
Otitirrres, of I hlllll. and Auuatln Uurule, of
San Antonio via Albuquerque.
Mamusl K. Otsso, Register.
AUK NTS WANTKD FOR - WAR WITH
SPAIN " Including battles on aea and
land. Contain all alioul armies, navlea, forta
and warahlpa of both natlona, and graphic
atory of the great vlrlory of the gallant fVwryi
lella everything about Hampeon, Schley, Hla.
bush Lee and leading commanders, by lion.
Jamea Kankln Youns. the Intrepid leader for
Cuba libra In the halls of C nnjrreae. The
Treateet war book publiahed; euo Ursa pas ea;
uo etiperb llluatretlone, many In rli h colors.
Haa large colored mape, Bisseat book, high
est coinmlsaloiie, lowest prlie; only l!7l,
r-acn auiMcriter receivee grand 1 premlu
rree. iremand enormona; harvest for agent a
ao oaya cretin: Irelsht paid: out tit free. Write
to-day. Adilrrsa The National Hook Concern,
ep i. ie, .no iearnorn atreet. unicago.
Copper and tin work. Whitney Co.
Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney
Patronise the Rconomlst sale of wash
good ot all klnda.
Attend the aale of drummers' sample
at the Koouomlst.
Forty cent seven feet elotb shale with
fringe at Futrelle'i.
New line of whit Kmplr fan Just re
ceived at the Kcenomlst.
Highest prices paid for gents' clothing
at Hart', 117 Hold avenue.
Attend the special aale ot ablrt waist
at th Koonomlst thl week.
Latest novelties In pompadour and aide
combe. Rueenwald Brother. .
Trunks and telescope valise cheaper
than the cheapest, Putrelle'e.
We will fnrnlsh your bouse on the In
stallment plan. Whitney Co.
A complete line of potted meat and
delicacies tor luncheoue and plonloa, at
It you want anything In the binding
or job printing Due, call at Tut Cituim
The freshest stock of staple and faney
crooerlea are to be found at Bell A Co.',
None but the best artists employed at
nann Darner enop. Pi. l. Aruiljo build
lug. Bath 5o.
New organdies, lawns, dlmlttea, etc.
In all the uew effects, on aale thle week.
at tne Koonomlst.
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. U ha th nloest fresh
meats In the cltv.
Fresh vegetables, fruit tn season,
poultry and staple groceries, at Bell 4
Cc'e, Second etreet.
Hot chile eon earns served every night
at the Paradise. Do not mlse It. Bacbe
ehl A tilotnl, proprietors.
An experience of year enable J. L.
bell & Co. to furnish just what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited; free de
livery. J. L. Bell & Co the grocers, uceesore
lo F. F. Trotter, are prepared to furnish
everything In their line at the lowest
Purchase your ticket for a trip to the
rauioua Sulphur bot springs from W, L.
Trimble St Ca'a. 1 hey will give you all
The beet place for good, juicy steak
and roasta and all klnda ot meata, kept
In a tlntt ehua market, at aUelnworv,
north Third etreet.
Save money and buy from the stock of
drummers' samples at the Koonomlst a
Utile of everything amoug the lot; one
third eft regular prloee.
Competition In prloee Impossible.
Don't ask bow we do It. You do the
picking at the biggest store. Golden
Rule Dry tiooda company.
The Sulphur hot spring la th Ideal
mountain resort within a day' ride of
this city. Call at W. L. Trimble St Co.',
on north Second street, for particulars.
Auk our wrapper customers bow 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 large assignment ot
fins California Urape brandy, spring VJ,
which we will sell to saloon k neper at
ii.lt per gallon. Original package. 0.
bauhnchl A U. ttloml.
Our muslin underwear Is manufac
tured by one of the leading mauufac
turers In ths country. Full Cut. well
sewed, and sold on their merit, at ex
ceedingly low prices. Rosenwald Bros.
Xo-To) timv fur frlft tent,
tluaranterd lrliu hat'it cure, makes weak
ui auoug, blood pure, toe It. All Uruggiau
Blaheal Cash Pl-teas Paid
For furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc
Hart's, 117 Wold avenue, next to Wells
Fargo Kxcressotlloe. See ma before you
buy or sell.
C. L. Hasbrouck, a druggist at Mendon,
Mich., says all of the good testlmoulala
that have been published by the manu
facturers of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera
and Dlarrbuaa Remedy conld be dupli
cated In that town. For sale by all drug
gist. If you cannot find the good at the
Koonomlst It la no use looking elsewhere
Is the common expression amougHt the
ladles of Albuquerque.
The electric fans now operated In San
ta Fe route dining ears are desirable and
seasonable accessories to an already un
Biggest sale that baa ever taken place
at the biggest store. Prices mads that
von never heard of. Only at the Golden
Dry Uoods company.
COBERT & RICE, Prop
(srccissoss to e. sadasacco)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A mnat delightful resort, where all klnda of
drlnka and cigar, are served. Plenty of shads
ror Tisiiora. uive ua a tnei.
H. H. Warkontin
Albuquerque Bowling Ptrlors!
Cornet First St and Copper Are.
Tb finest Bowling Alleys In th "nnthwast.
NIC place to apend the evening.
Tne New Chicago
18 one of the nicest rwaort In the
elty. and la enpplled with the
beat and finest liquors.
HEISCH I BBTZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodging Room by the day,
week or month.
809 Waet Railroad Atibi.
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
TkUd Htreet aad rijerae Aveeae.
Atlantic Boor Hall!
SCHNtUDKR UX, PBOl-e.
Coot ICsc Beat oa draaahti tb Boast Mstrv
Win aad the vary bast of drat -.lass
Lienor. Glv as alL
aiuoad Arssca. ALBDOtrsaac.
Grand A Parent! t from them are reap, T
all klnda of Liquors, fine and chsalr
Reliable quality w set bare. A
to sell pore goode la their Ida A
A Iway. cool and .harp, their Heer, O
qnlte nneqnalled far or assXa
Sjoble Wines, ail patron, ireet, J
la Imported and domestic, a Stock completEV
Delicious Cigar, too, hers we aln, fx
choicest flavors w obtall
Elcellent Koo-os both clean and neat, fft
at Bow on Booth First Mtre X
&thos st Alboqnerune there are plenty f
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP GOAL Bert Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Office
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 1
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordenTrimblc'i stables
A. E. WALKEK,
Sieritirj lotoil Balldlni luoclitloa.
"" at J. O. ItalSrtda-e'e Uaiksr Tee.
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMIL KLELN WORT, Prop
CALL AT TUB
J. A. SKIM NEB,
Low Prkss and Courteous Treatment.
ma hi. a. as t Dan,
A TTOKNKY-AT-LaW. Room 10, Crom-
will uioca, Albuuaerque, N. M.
r. Bb HAkatOIlM,
tlon and Water Supply, k lamination, and
Ue porta. Mapa, plane and aatlmate. Com
pondence Holkltrd. koom IS, Armljo block.
Cor. Srd at. and Mallroad avenus.
una. auaor at bihhop,
HOMChOPATHIC PHYHICIANB AND
Huraeona OBJcs and realdenc ova poat
ofMcs. Old Telephone . New Tclepbons
las. Mr. Marlon Hiebop. M l)., ofbca bonr.
S to p. an. frank D. illahop, M. O., oJe
boon, to 10 a. m . and I to S sod T W S p. ss.
Take elevator at Whitney's.
JOHN TAJMlBaK, .
PHYSICIAN AND BUHUKON-Offle la
Armiio building. Corner ot Hal I road aveon
and Third street. Uooxa, :0 to It a. m. 1
lo p. m. Upeclal attention given lo euroolg
and dlaaaaaa of women.
M. IK JO MB soar,
ABCniTKCT-Plan. apeclfleatloni and es
timates furnlahed for all claaaea of build.
Ing and arcbltactual work. Uffloai oe Wsat
rviCK and reaideoee. No. 41 Wsat Uold
avenue. Taleuhona No. BS. (Jftlea huon
to t a. m. ItkO to :SO and 7 to p. m.
U.S. Kaaterday, M.D. . S. kaMarday, M. D.
w. u. mopm, si. i
OKF1CB HOUKS-UntU S a. m. and from
I :S0 to :SU andfrom 7 to p. m. (Jlhc
snd residence. SSO West Ouid avenus, Albu
querque, N. M.
B. t. Alger, O. D. .
AKM1JU HI.OCK, OPPOS1TK ILKKLD
brue'. OtUce bourn a. m. lo 1S:S0
p. m.i 1 :B0 p. in. to p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
4S. Appoluunenla made by mall.
bbhsaso a. aouir,
ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW, Alboqnerqns, N.
M. Prompt attention given to all business
pertaining lo the profeeelon. Will practice In
all conn, of the tern lory and befors uis United
blatea land ofiice.
WILLIAM D, Laa,
A TTOHNKY-AT LAW. OWcs. room .
A. N. T. Artnllo bolldlng. Will pracUcs la
ad the court, of ths lan-tlory.
ATTOHNKY8-AT LAW. Alboquernne, N.
M. Ofllcs, roomaS and S, Vlrat National
M. W. U. HMIAM
A TTOKNKY AT.LAW, Albnqnerqne, N.
V M. Uttite, Hret National Bank building.
mm W. CLAMUY,
TTOHNKY-AT LAW, rooma 1 and , N.
V T. Amnio building, Albugucruua, N. M.
B. W, 1MIHSOM,
TTOHNKY AT-LAW. Ofllre ova. Hob.
t ertaon'a grocery alore, Albuquerque, N. M.
eaaly Is Uloud Deep,
Clean blooil means a clean akin. No
lieauty without it. t aararete, Land) C'atliar
tic clean your blood and krt-p it clean, by
stirring u the buy livt-r slid driving all iiu-
luritua from the IichJv. iii gm tu day to
wnisli pimples, lioila, blot. In. , blai klirada,
and that aii kly biliona coinplenoit by taking
Caacarela, beauty for ten centa. All drug
gists, satiaactioo guaranteeti, loc, 3c, 6oc.
Maim to Oaubs.
The round trip, good for tblrtr dare.
eosUtlD IU. The round trip good to re
turn utiiu November id duels srj. Kor
further partteular loculr at tb ticket
oilice. VV . H. Thi lu Agsut.
rr.rpenti n.' t xils. w lil'ii-y To.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
AnUvorleed Capital ....l&OOrOOO M
Paid-op Capital, Burplna
and Profit 1171000 M
The Bank of Commerce
mau ibt roasnaa axoaiAaaa
Uea A ess as a sa4 OSVasa
M, B. Otbbo, Prssidsot t. O. B alobiimib, Lambar, W, C. Lbobabb, Cspttai at
. P. etoarnrraa, Vtee-PrssfdeBt, A. Iisbstab. (Issmaaa Brmk, Wool.
W. 8. araiOBLBa, Cashlsr. A, M. Blaobwsll, Ovoaa, Blaehwsll h Co Uroaw
H, I. Bassaos, A ml stent Caahlar, W. A. Maiwaix, Wholesale Dracgtat.
Depository for Atchison, Topkv 4 SanU To aUilwt.
tub ST. E3L.3VEO
SAMPLE AlfO CXUn ROOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO Waat Railroad At. Allaar.
JOHN WICK8TROM. Prop.
Th Beat and Fincat Liquors and
NO. 114 WEST ItAILllOAD AVENUE
Gr. HENRY, VT. D
Stadont of Dr. Phillip Rloord of Fraaeo
THIBTT-BIZ TBABS PBAOTICK. MKR 0SLT TBSATID.
A ears Araennteed In sverv esas nndertakan
Unannhoee. srlee and atrtrtnre aneedllv enred
caaee permanenUr cored within TUKkK DAYS. NO CUBhBS, 8ANUALWCMJD OIL ao I
lur.ina hn npermainrrnnea, eeminu loseea, nignt emiaainna. Insomnia, Seepnndeaey
radlralir enrad. Hlcurd's method practiced lo th World's Uoapltal. Part, keferaoc i Ore i
BU,ooopatlantanccesfallrcnrd within Ihs last nine rears. Caa refer lo salient eared, bp
permission. Investlsaw. PMce B07 Heventeenth etreet, near (Jhampa, Denvat, Colo.
Kngll.b, Pranch. t.einn Polish, H nests a and Bohemian anokeo. Oee.eJa.Msai and Owe
VsMttiieataa B'eaw Corveapondan aolleltedt swlatlv eonddentlal
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprietor
Iroa aad Bra Oastmgr! Ore, Ooal and LomW Oarsi BhafUnf .ruDsy, Orate Bare
Babbit MsUl i Oolomns and Iron Pronta tat Balldlngs Eepalr ea
Mlnlnp aad MU1 lfaalaer7 a BpestaJty.
FOUNDRY! klOE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
GROSS' BLAGKWELL & CO.-
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond" C Soap. Curtice Bros. Canned" Goods.
Kansas Gty Baking; Powder, Sulphur. Wool Sax. Stoneware,
TOTI Sc G-K,-AuIDI,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLO URA FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND A ,M
FREK DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported" French and" Italian fTnnifi n
Sola Aganta for Son Antonio Lima.
Nrw Telephone 247. SIH. .11
(f is Waar.
Hip. or Back.
I Batalaa N
I i.v.rs.1 V
I Hsrala I
wlis COMIorU J
W. JL. TRIMBLE & CO
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St. oetween Railroad and Copper Ave.
Horaaa and Malaa Bonat an Bxahaago.
Agonto for Colambaa Baggr Compamw.
Tho Baat Tnrnonta la tho Cltr
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagon, Victoria i
Duggiea, Phaetooa, Etc, (or Sale. : i t :
Address W. L. TRIMBLE k,
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOT1IE. Ptods.
(BiiWieMuor to Frank. U. Jonas.,
Elncst WIilEUes, Imported tnd
Tie Cooleat ai Hlfkeit Crale ( Ufer Serrct
Finest Ullllard Hall In the Territory.
0 VTWWlTfiV .
DrvoVxtf let LVc AUantK- A
Ptdfic and thf Atchlarje
' Topeka 8iBU Ft
i RsilrnaH VrL
0?FlCm IID DISXCTCSS!
JOBTTCA & BA TKOUaj.. ..Pv Stride M
M. W. FLOOBROT ....TlffYeatdadl
rBAHK MeKM. . . .Aatlirtant Oraabl
A. A. BRA57.
Id Albnqnerqne, N M.
Q art, ImporUi ani Domestic.
when a eare la nesevleehla and samim.
with he. Illrnrrf'. Brenrh KemerfiM. w usu.
Albuquerque, East Las Yegaa and
Glorieta New Mexico.
AND 117 NORTH THIRD RT
210 Railroad Avenue,
latoil Talephons 143. ilDaqnarqaa, 1. 1.
C0n Albnqnerqne, New Mexico
Domestic floes mil Glutei
-a . 'AB-jlaavi umaji nm s.iiaprs..aa