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THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF I1GS
la dun not only to the originality and
implicit; of the Comliinntiiin. 1ml also
to the care and skill with which it In
manufactured by M'iintirlc proof
known to the California Fio Syki-p
Co. only, and we wish to Impress upon
all the importance of purilinr.liiir the
true and original rrnmly. Aa the
irenuine Syrnpof Fljf ia manufactured
by the Cai.ikoknia Fin Svmip Co.
only, a knowledge of that faitt will
aaaist one in avoiding the worthleaa
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The hlifh atanilinp; of the Cai.I
roiiNiA Fin Hyhiii' Co. with tho medi
cal profetwion, and the Rutin! act Ion
which the (renuini; Syrnp of Fl(f haa
(Tiven to million of families, make
the name of the Company a puarnnty
of the excellence of Ita remedy. It ia
far In advance of all other laxative,
aa it act on the kidney, liver and
bowel without irrltatinfr or weaken
Inir them, ami It doe not (rrlpe nor
natixeute. In order to jret It beneficial
effect, please. rememler the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
A FKAX !'. Cel.
Terae of Mnneerrlptloau
Hilly, br mall, one year 00
Dally, by mill, m rminllie 00
Duly, by mnll, tlirre miintlie 1 AO
Daily, by mail, one month r0
lBlly. by carrier, one month 7ft
Wrekly, by mall, per year I 00
Th Dau t Citikm will be flrllvrrrd In
Ilia city at the low rnte of no rent per art-ek,
or lor 75 ornte per month, a. ben paid monthly.
The ratt-a are lea thnn tho of any other
dally paper In the territory,
DVKRTIMINti RATRS mnrle known on
t appllratlon at the oRicc of pulillcatUin,
1MIK CITIZKN ob olllce la one nf the beat
In the eomliweet. and all klnda of ob print
fi It e itemed with neatnree and at lowrat
TI1R RINDKKY. ttiert added, la complete
and well tltted to do any kind of binding.
THK CITIZKN will be handled at the oflire
Siirmriltitlone will be rollerlrd by H. II.
Tiltoh, or can be paid at the orHre.
NOTICK la hereby riven that nrdera alven
by rmployea upon 1'HI C'lTliaH will not
b f honored uuleee prevlouely endoraed by tbe
THK CITIZKN la on aala at the fnllowlnc
place. In the cltyi S. h. Newcomer, 111
Kallmarl avenue; Hawley'a Newa Depot. South
Srctintl atrrrti I). A. M itaon Cue, No. IW5
Kalltnail avenue, and llarvey'a hating Houae
at the depot.
THK h H KK LIST-The free Hat nf Thi
Citixkn embracea Notlrea of Ilmha. Mar
etagre, runerale, Dt-atlia, Church Nervlceaand
kntettalnmertpwhere no atlmleirliin lerliargeU.
UCtiliHM A M CKkllHi I,
kdltora and PiililiNhr-re.
Atihieon.Topeka. & Sunt F
r Ida r Kotra Arrtvea
No. 1 California hipreaa T:'Spm
No. 17 kipreaa 8:Vn pm
WOINU hohtb Leavea
No. Atlantic hxpreaa 10t4ftpm
No. ia Loral Ksprraa 7:'JIpm
a roh thb lOCTa Amvra
No. SI Local kipreae 6:tsupm
OOINU O0TB Leavea
N. SI Mexico Kipreaa 13 U6 am
Santa Fe Paclfle.
VROM THB waaT. Arrlvea
No, 1 Atlantic kxpreee 10:Urim
ooinu waaT. Lravee
No, 1 Paelnc hipreaa 9:06 pm
Noa. 1 and t, Pacific and Atlantic Kipreaa,
bve Pullman palace drawing room cara, toitr
lat Mleetlna cara and chair enra between Cb.
CMrti-.n f.oa Angelea and Han h ran -two.
Noa. 91 and IV, Mexico and Local hxpreaa,
bive Pullman palace cara and cliair cara from
hi Paao to Kanaaa ..itv
W. II. THI I.l., Joint Agent.
Tliotiaan la itrt Yrylng It.
In order tn p" v i tlm frront merit of
Ely' Cr am II dm tho mo t tlttotivu cur
for CuUrili ami I .1 1 in Head, wu have pro.
piired a enurou i t . d si for 10 eenta,
Ui t it of yur lrn "j; t r aend 10 tenia to
ELY DUOS., HO Vurioii fit., N. Y. City.
I anffered from c tl-irrh of tlia wort kind
ever ainco n imy, nti I 1 never hoped for
c iro, but KI.v'm t'reum llttloi eeiiia ti do
even that. Si uiy iietiuiuuliiiiceM have ttKcd
it with excellent result. 1 ihcar (latruui,
4 War re u Ave., Cliieug , 111.
riy't Cream Utdm ia tlin aeltnowledeil
cura tor cm o ill ami oontuiiia no oocHine,
lueroury nor liny inuriona drug. Pnca,
(0 oauLa. At driitfeiHta or by tuuii
COI.IC'ITOKS WANTKI) - I.ADIKS OK
O L'eotletnen. fol our comltlete Neta ol Juvtoi.
He Hooka lor (lie liollduv. Kaeh act haa four
took it railed for llltlc one to irrown-up folka.
rath book, ttiunninir, tlelif littul. calitivating.
J'ricca tane from ftoc to J.fo. Liuue biMiku,
cieh nveitlowiiitr with huppv llliuttrationa.
Trem-mlout ael'era Nothluu like them, eour
nioiitli! Kolilen har eHt lor corvette wotken.
C redit n iven. ! reinltt tai(l. HiKifent eomuUM.
alons. t lutlit with aamlilt-a of all four booka
free. Send twelve W cent atainra forpayililf
part only of the potitatre atone. Drop all trash
and clear i:ioo a nnmth with our eicluttoe
Juvenile. THK NA'I loN AI. HtlOK I'U.V
CKKN. JUVKMI.K DKI'T .l'IIICAtid
lliomestead Kntry No. 415-1 J
kiwilne for fuliltetttlou.
Land Uflire at Santa Ke. N. M., 1
Auiiuat .id, lHe I
Notice la hereby given that the following.
named aettler ha tiled mitii e of Ida Intention
to make linal proot in aupport of lua claim, and
thai aaul proof will he made ielore Tinted
State C'ouiunaaioner Walter (r. Mannon at
l.airiuia. N, M., on October lo, Inwn, vlt:
William II.Kuudlc, fur Hie S' NKU. Sl-.ii
NVl, NWt SK of aectioll H, Tp. l N. K
He namea the following wltneaaea to prove
lua coiilinnoua reai.leiu e upon ami cultivation
of nald land, vil. l Dennia S. Cooper, of Hlne
water. N. M.: t'vnia McDanlel and Henry k.
1 avlot. of s.in Haf.iel, N. M., and Jolm Nll
Ur, ol MlUlicll, N. M.
Manuki. K. Otkho, Heglater.
Hum Kound-l'i Iteaulta.
The Lyons & Ciimptiell Catt'e company
ml the Crow Foot Cattle company be
gan a round tip abmjt a week ago, atart
ing from the Apache 'IV jo ranch aud
working up tliraugli the Bunta Rita
njimnlaliiH The otitUt reached the Htiwk
yardH Huturday with over 3.000 head of
toL'k -nitire than could be Immlled anil
the work had to be discontinued until
the cattle cuild be disponed of. The
oalt crop U simply unprecedentetl.
Hound-upa are progreaaiug now all over
The Circle, Crowfoot and Diamond A
outfit will effect a junction at the ( O
ranch near Iteming, about the lutti In-Htaut.-H
liver CI ty ltidepeutleut.
Hon. 0. A. Ktctmrdsoa, the attorney of
KohwhII, who will probably be the nomi
nee of the democratic party of tils dis
trict for the territorial couucil, paused
through the city on hln way to l.aa VegaH
lurit night, where, aa regent of the terri
torial university, he will Investigate the
territorial eypemubut atatlon along with
Ura. (rant Kivenburg, of Banta Ke, l
at Bturgea' Kiiropeau. This lady la p res
ilient of the Woman's Board of Trade of
kianta (', and again one of the most
popular ladlee of the territorial capital.
I.ouU Trailer, the popular sheep and
wisd buyer, whose business keep him
almost constantly on the road, returned
to the city from the south last night.
John James and family, who have been
residing on aouth Kdltu atreet, moved to
day to Wl uorth Fourth street.
from the Mail.
Colin I. amp! ell and family, accom
panied by Mise Hawr.r and Mlsa Tam n.
cam In from tha mountain, where they
had been "pending aoiiie weeka enjoying
J. K. lie Kvear, formerly agent of the
Hanta Ke 1'actllc at liolbrtHik. anent a
couple data in our city during the paat
week. Mr lie Kotea.r'1. up for the nom
ination to the treasurer' cilice on the
H. 8. llarth' linew, auprema aecretary
of the order of the Fraternal Hrotherhood,
or Loa Angelea, laiiioriiln, apent a few
rtaya In our city during the past week.
Ill hi minion to orgnnit bulge of
the order, and that waa hi purpose In
visiting V Inelnw.
.Mr. Julm l.eeaer and Mr. Heyman,
of I'hoenl. who Is ariendlng the hot
month In VYIiihIow a tha guest of Mr
Ln-ear, made a trip to the petrified foreat,
th latter part of last week, returned
ou Monday much pleased with their trin
and bringing aome beautiful specimens
or p inn Htiori witn them.
ht"p are bidng taken to organize a
brass bnd In inslnar, eomethlpg that
should have been done long ago We
havn hmn lufornifd that it I so fur ad
vanced g to have appointed the follow
Inp r.. mmltlees: Prof. Kller on Intrti-niert-i
Contdit'itton and by I twa, I'rnf.
1- Her, K. K. Klirkinjrcr and A. ('. llnuxr
eet K A. Sawyer and T. J. Heser on
hull. The member propose to buy their
own Instrument ami own them.
Krom the Newa.
Sheep shearing ha commenced at the
Ncllis shearing and dipping pen.
Thirty five men are employed.
Josiili Johnston la having the rock
hmilelllil week for a new stone store
hutin which will be erected In the rear
of lit presemt store.
,Mi l yroler attended the teacher' ex
amination at Hliigstafl where she secured
a first class certificate
J. C. 1'lielun visited hi butcher shop
at Needle and Kingman on a totir of
tnsciion. Jltnlsa rustler and doing
Mr. J. A. Pitt left for Ash Kork where
she will make her future home, a her
husb'ind I engaged in the general mer
cliandiee bnaiues at that place.
At nrney K. M Die, of Klagstaff, waa a
William business visitor to draw tin
article of incorporation for the VMM lams
and Jerome railroad. This 1 a case
where the money Is really for construc
tion a soon a the prllTtnlnarle are ar
ranged and the law com pi led with.
From the Argua.
Parley Kiciiard i was up from St. Jo
seph the other day.
W. 0. Karnes ha gone to Denver with
a shipment of rattle.
Judge K. M. tick has been on the sick
list. Me Is much Improved at this writ
ing. J. T. Jones 1 back Again from Kinsley,
Kau. lie la here agatu trying to pur
l'eter Htaufer went to Orlaha, where
he i em loyed to do some work for the
Mm. Julius Wettler returned from Los
Angeles, where she has spent a part of
Harry Scorse has returned from a trip
to his sheep camps, and is spending a few
days with tils family.
T. G. fadi has arrived from New Mex
ico. He will remain a few tluys closing
up some business matters.
The school house has been parti
tioned. It will be plastered In a few
days, and put In readiness for the open
ing of the school term, on oeptetntier 11,
The republican primaries were held at
Flollirt ok last Thursday. The following
named persons were chosen as delegate
to attend the county convention, which
will le held at liulhrook on the loth, viz:
I,. K. Dlvelbees, K. M Zuck, K C Kin
der, John Hamilton and C. . Anderson.
Yin are Informed that Arthur Schuster,
the son nf Hernard Schuster, lias had a
severe spell of pneumonia. In addition
to this he also su tiered from a gathering
in his head, which necessitated a punc
ture of the tympanum of one of the eats
In order to expel the matter that had
formed Iwhlnd it. lie is now much bet
ter, giving promise of a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Schuster and children are at Santa
Monica, and will return as soon as Ar
thur Is able to travel.
Krom the Miner.
'I he foundation for the llubbs-Mulll-trau
and Crozler buildings on Front
street have been completed.
Mrs. V. K. Perry left for Hackherry.
where her husband la conducting a meat
The White Hills Mining and Milling
company shipped to San Kranclsco R
Ooti oiinc s of bullion.
Lightning struck the Temple Rar Con
solidated telephone line a couple of days
ago and shattered nine poles near Coyote
Mies Mapgle Kisher, who has been
spending the summer with her uncle,
H illiam I tuns, of Hackherry, is again in
K. 0. Perkins, who formerly clerked In
the store uf liaddis A Perry, is now rind
master fur the banta Ke PaciUo ou the
division out nf (iiillup.
illiaui Hums, at one time deputy
colle.'tor of internal revenue for this dis
trict, was iu Kingman a few day ago
Mr. liiiins Is thinking seriously of set
tling down In Mohave aud engaging In
The Sunt i Ana Mining company closed
its option ou a large tract uf placer prop
erty in tha vicinity of Temple bar.
Judge M. Kdiuan, Henry Loviu and H.
L. Harris owned three eighth of the
propotty and each received tr,(KK).
i'mf. Nelson Carr, who taught the Wal
lapl Indian school at this place for a year
or mure past, departed with his family
for Tulare county. Cal., where he will
have chat ge of the Tule liiver day school
11.11. VSalklus has installed Ills tifty
light acetylene gas plant and Conner
tions have been made with the store of
the W. H. Taggart Mercantile company
and all but one of the busiuess houses lu
the Luthy block.
II J lielain.tr has bonded the Muguire
mining claim at the mouth of liallroad
avenue for f Jn.ikJO. The claim is situ
ated on one of the rolling foothills near
the Hanta Ke I'acillo railroad track aud
is said to carry large quantities of free
milling gold ore.
Krom the Herald.
Work ou the academy has stopped for
the want of brick.
Isaac liarth has returned fro u a trip
to the east.
Mrs. l.Um Henderson left (or her
lioiiie iu tialliip.
Manuel ItuU left for Los Angeles, Cal.,
where he will attend the military acad
emy. Kred Melsou left for the mountains,
where he will assist in receiving shep
and will go with them to Kunsus City.
Kerillnaiid Kuihlisberger was very se
riously hurt last Monday while hauling
hay. It seems that while he was climb
ing ou the load the horses started and he
fidl down In between them and was run
over. The calf of his legwas cut open to
the I: one and he also received some other
injuries about his head am) wrist.
Prof. IiiMatiro, the best violin teacher
lu New Mexico, will give violiu leasons
and harmony. Anyone desiring his ser
vices should drop him a postul cant, this
W. V. Kutrelle. "05 south Klrst street,
Is having a line sale ou new furniture
and has ordered another assorted car
load for fair week.
Thr foul (a mnre .
ilv blightt d thnn the
full - biinvn roe. A,
voting girl l more art.
,'Itille to wpiknc
"yrf J " 7 .--vnd dirae that w ill
Jrf A I'tr wreck her in a wnmsn
r -f lff 'T "iv thnn she la nfter
f f ll. nP '1" ftttiunrd to healthy
MfV' wttniatilio.d. Thottntol of
reckrd by trotthles of this
dellcitc dt w-rtt'tion be
ratie of their own lenor-
nnce and the prtldtty of
hetiever the Wftnder.
ig demon rif ill - healtli
lint", a lilp adrift npon
tie- oca of tenotance. he
trp on bmtd, take
the In 1m and steer
atrnivht for the mael
strom ol death The voting
woman w-hn haa not been taught the necea
aitv of taking care of her he.ilth In a wom
aniv wav is a ahip adnft upon the aea of
ienornnce. iteei that w ill wreck her fut
ure happiness will ton ume etitntnand.
Ytuitig women who MttT'-r from weaknra
and tliene peculiar to their sex live under
a terrible nervon tension, and if they
eacape death are atw-avs tlirratened with
tn-inity. The whole nervnn svtem ia
affected by the ronMant drag and drain
upon the delicate and feminine organs.
In. Pierre's l-'avorite Prescription is the
one perf, ct and unfailing apecific fir every
derangement and tlit.-ttilt f of this ilecri.
tion. It fits a woman for wil ttood and
motherhood It is the het of all known
nerve tonics. It ia the dienverv of one of
the mot eminent and ek illful specialists
in disease of women
" I wa Itraihh d three vear with fem-de weak-n-"
" writes Mi l.ll.-n (Hrv. of lle.Oord Cilv,
Ke.lf-.id to. n 'I hid two phvMi tans, l-nt
riritli.-r did tee anv a'.l I was tr.,.ii.led with
twilil til niv It It side all Hie tmir Whrn It waa
itmr l-.r niv nvaithlv teriiKls I tl.neulit wmild
flicwilh paois in tin htukiind -e-in h !!,
hid (hills I could not t" t tip r oh-.ut faint lin.
ImOlv I tir,lc three t-itlli-s nt Iir perrr s l a-voiu,-
rresrtttilion an t two of his ' f.M.len M. d
li ill iir,A-i-tv ' I do imt Ini-f rhv t. iins at all
ami am in tatter health now than 1 ever waa
In niv life "
How to prrsrrve health and Iwautv are
told In lr Purer Medical Advir. It ia
free. I-'or a paper covered eopv send al
one cent stamps. At rorrr mttltn onlv;
cloth binding it at. mips Addieas lir.
R. V. Pieicc. ltulUlo. N. Y
BAD WAN CA.r f Kll.l l D.
Quarrrdsome Ranchman Met Bit Fate
W. B. Casey, a ranchman, was killed
Hun lay morning at Marier's ranch, six
miles weet of Phtaanlx, Arizona, by John
Marnier. Witnesses say the killing was
in self-tlefene, bat Mander ran away.
The sheriff returned late 8unday even
ing aud said wsen he left the posse,
Mander was about ten miles ahead, go
tng toward Hassayampa. The rest of the
po-ee 1 In pursuit and will probably
capture him at Box Canyon, where he
must go for water.
Casey was well known over the coun
try. He was quarrelsome when drinking
He bad a fight a week ago, In which a
leg of the other man was broken, for
which a charge of murderous assault was
peudtng against him.
A Narrow Kacapw.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada K.
Hart of Mroton. 8. 1).: "Was taken with
a bad cold which settled on my lungs i
cough set lu aud dually terminated lu
consumption. Four doctors gave me up,
saying 1 could live but short time. 1
gave myself up to my Savior, determined
If I could not stay with my friends on
earth, 1 wouM meet my absent one
alaive. My husband was advised to get
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Cough and Cold. I gave It a trial,
took In all eight nottlee. It ha cured
me, and thank tusl I am saved and now
a well aud healthy woman." Trial lait
tles free at J. 11. O lUelly & Co.'s drug
Kegnlar izs50eandtl. Guaranteed
or price refunded.
JJ000 Bead of Sbeep.
At our ranches forty miles north of
White Oaks, we offer the following In
lots to snlt purchaser: 15,000 ewes,
10,000 yearling wethers, 8.IOU lambs and
at btlckS. Sl'K.M'K HllOH.
THE DUTY OF MOTHERS.
Daughters Should bo Carefully
Guldod In Early Womanhood.
What eufferlng frequently rcaulU
from a mother's Ignorance; or more
frequently from a mother's neglect to
properly instruct her daughter I
Tradlt ion say "woman must suffer,"
and young women are ao taught.
There la a little truth and a gecat deal
of exnggcratlou in thi. If a young
woman suffers severely she needa
treatment and her mother should as
that she gets it.
Many mothers hesitate to talce their
daughters to a physician for examina
tion; but no mother need hesitate to
write freely about her daughter or
herself to Mrs. I'lukhnrn aud secure
the moht eltlcient advice without
charge. Mrs. l'inkham'a address la
The following letter from Miss MaW
P. Johnson, Ccntraliu, Pa , shows what
neglect will do, aud tolls how Mrs,
pinkliam helped her I
"My health became ao poor that I
had to leave school. I waa tired all tha
time, and had dreadful pains in my
aide and bock. I was also troubled
with irregularity of menses. 1 waa
very weak, and lot so much flesh that
my friends became alarmed. My
mother, who is a firm believer In your
remedies from experience, thought per
haps thuy might benefit mo, and w rote
you for advice. I followed the advice
you gave, and used I.yiiia E. l'inkham'a
Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills aa
you directed, and am now as well aa I
ever was. 1 have gained flesh and have
good color. I am completely cured of
has ho Equal as
An Infant Food.
, "INFANT HEALTH"StNT
FREE oh Appuication.
Niw toun CwtDtNltO Mum Co n v
All tliofe who have been kiml etitiMK'l
to Hiiliicrilie or tluiiate to the Templa Al
bert building fund ur l.uatur will pleane
have their sulMtTlptloiis or donations
ready by September In, li'.is.
MltS. ALKHKU (illl .SSKKI.il,
I)U. W. II. (iKKKMiKlliI, riecretary.
, -1aV IL -j. ',.: J-
O iH-UrT )
( n.-ttd-th.m Gold n
. - - j
.11. 1 b:ttcr tl jn -r.y other cheving tobacco ever ( )
ni.iJc: YOU arc not obliged to dig for it. t
05 is tlii !.:r(cst piece of really high grade tobacco, O
r ,insVu can Eet il anywliere in the United States. O
;ember the name o
H viienyou buy apain. g
V I . - W VOUt (ir Ul' cf.sv'S HI tlrT It tli ralit urtana atu i. I.i L
'iint'iv", 1 itAu-tMM
rift i ( lthnr,
Sfronf .aa arrra ll llialMirrursi.r InuMitenre. - 1 "r-t r -I i aiiaiai Ilia llial.
1l.ro n aas etFTCPI S,,,nrr,,, ih.iiri,rriraai.a-l au lUiDuriuaa.
rFIIEKaja. strena-tiiarM anil restores aniall
Tia r -aaun sufTt-rers ara nsUtuaKl hv
aatllla. Cti 11 Or' N K Is ihAffiiia anoarn
a s A wrtlt-n rusratee f Ivan ai.n mmrr reinrre.1 If aia tM.iea ffnea ruja ailacA a laniiiaiaiin aiiiaa
.itMi ala Ar IXtll. bv mad. Iiail h,t raaa ar.sjl.ianj leaUiiamlaia. u..sh
Adrlreaa 11 VOL MKIIICINE :! , P, O. Ilu SO70. San rranelaeo. Cal.
For Sain at Wnltun's Dniir Storo.
MUTICat TO TAXI'AVKKH.
Notice Is herebv fflven tn all taxnavnrs
that 1, Ai.k.ianiiuii 8AMMJVAU collector
In and for Hernallllo eounty, will be at
the following places on the dates named
to receive and collect taxes due by said
tax pavers fur the year lHUMi
rrecltict S Alame.ta. hf.iisj. n Um.l,1.,
Moiitoya y Apixlu, a. Sc.tciuler l.
I'tet-lllCt J (. (irtllles. hulls i,f AlMlsnrlrrt
Satiiiiiv.il, Septeitilier 17.
i recinci i - iiertmlillu, liouae of fedro Terra,
I'recllict 111 IMaeltiia. hns nt ItHnrl.
riecinct lu-Aigtxlonea, tuiiiaa of Alejandrn
ml. hetitettilier Ul.
Precinct U4 S nllace, houae of Lorenso
tiBrclH, Septemlier 'i'J.
Precinct IT-I'rna lllanca. houae of Mar
celllio ilaca, Septemlier !.a.
I'tccoii t M7- liland, liouae of U. 11. Sliaw,
I reclnct IM -Jemel, llcius of J. Agaplto
tiarrlH, Setiteniaer 4tl,
Precinct 8t San Valilro, house of Lcsndro
Sninloval, Seiternber a 7.
Precinct iio Nacmilenlo, house of K. A.
Mieta Septemlier UH,
Precinct 8J I.h Jura, houae of Kdublien
(tiuille, Septemlier tfli.
I'rei on t l.l -tidiir ilitna, houae of Guadalupe
Snitches, Septemlier ao.
Precinct V'entaiia, htiuae of llllarlti
Sauilovnl, Oi tnler 1.
I'rcclnct Vl -tiuailalupe, houae of Creatine,
(in mi, 1 1( tuber a.
Hieclnct 1ft - Salaiar, houae of I'nnlaleon
AtnrH, t Vtoher 4.
Precinct I l-San Iiinaclu, bouae of Apolotilo
tiaicia, Oi toher 6.
Precinct A-Padlllaa, house of Jutin Sunrhea
y I'cna Seiiteuilier lr.
I'recitu t 1 l-Huiurito, luiuae of Kellps Hub
bell. Septemlier IU.
Precinct M-Kunclios de Atrlsco, house of
Vsulrii Sandoval, Septemlier 17.
I'recuu t a - Amen, liouae of Venceal.uu
CIho es. Septemlier 111.
I'm in, t .11- hi Taju, limine of J B, t'altei
iiii. Septemlier 'Jo
I'leciiH t tt - Harelaa, house uf tiregurlo Apo.
da- Li, Septemlier '41 .
I'lei ini tur, luitiinea, bullae of Antonio J.
tinri in, r-epieitthrr a-J.
I'recllict H l,oa ttrieffira, house of Juan C.
Saiiiiirn, Seiiteuilier aa.
1'iei inct I -KnlK'lio de Albtl(ueriUe, house
of M iiximiitiiii t iitri ia. September til.
I'tei iui t 'U4 l,a Tilers, bouse uf Kmnon
llerrera. Selilember 'JU.
I re. on t 7 - San Antonio, house of Charles
Kemp, September 'JL'i.
I'r.-i inct yu Ssn Pedro, biitiae of Juan
Olern, September yi.
I recinci lo C'htlilt, house of iltiineno
Miiih. Septemlier 'til.
Pre UutM-Cuilili huuae of Milton Uow,
I'recuu t l:i -Old Albuquerque, at tbe court
tin'iM-, I li tuber 1 .
I'i.-c in. t j? -,.,llup, olliie uf A, II. Henry,
!) tuber a.
I'te. nu t ao Gallup, olllce of A. A. Henry,
Precinct irt Altitiuueruue, uMice uf Ctilley
A Atmii i, H lober lu, 1 1 and 14.
f'recliii t 14 -AlbuuueiiUe, utlice of Culley
St Annuo, October 1 M . 1-4 and 16.
A IK J ANIikii aniuiVAI., Collector.
fur a frt-nsroiiA
Ely's Crcas Lti'. i
rniittt n id fi i
ru- f. tiry i r nuy tit i
llljll! .wllr tifll.r.
it irt iiin k y Al.rrli,
(iitfj let-..' r at o t.-t!
It t--i iii'l en- mi i
lilt N IJllI I'lln!!.;' .
Id i)m mil 1'rulrt l tli
tS. tlM' of 'l 't-IU Mhtt t l
.- I tic I l tr i Xn i
LLY iiliul lIKIi. M
COLD "i HEAD
i Mi lii'.r.tiia. lb . hires tha
"i ll. V il Him sue j 'li l
r v in ill.
S arn-u Htraet New YurV
If you don't gel ueit to some of Mums
ti5 rent shirts wears selling this week.
Thevars uew, nobby and the bluest
kind or a Vftluw. fitmun Hteru, the
itailroad aveiiUH clothier.
It Saves tha hlhlren,
Chamberlaiu's CoiikIi Kemeily das
saved the lives of thousand of rruupy
children, It Is also without an ritual
or iMiblrt aipt wuuopuiK cotiatn .
Kataa lo Omaha.
The round trip, (rood fur thirty days,
coHta t HI.70. The round trip good to re
turn until November U cunts f "xl. Kor
further particulars Inquire at the ticket
oUlce. W. B. ThL'LU, Agent.
Nu-To 'lie r-r!!l-v l.ata.
'i usranteed w Im. u Ijiiijit t-nre fnaive. v.e..l
tucu siruua'. b.uou pro In: il A.l a: li.'isIi.
W. V. Kutrelle iiavlua SoM out Ills sec
ond baud bUHlnees to J. (l (iideou, will
uow haiulle only new furniture, trunks,
valines, bicycles, carpets, uiattli)n, wall
paper, Hhades, Navajo blankets, and all
kliiila uf bedding cheap (or mull or on lu
Htuliuiciit. llemumbsr, I will not be tin -dernuld,
and use raiuberlain's Collet, Cholera and
lilitrrhoeii Hemwly fur ail pains of the
stumach aud all unnatural looseness of
the IiowuIh. It always cur en.
tijV, IJ-w-,. . ,w. 1
""""t"!. nervoim ittiuir,
t M.ny, Kxtii)ilitv I'rMt,, 'mrUtum
aa - '! - - .-.- 7 IT IT lllaTllla i rrTfnii
wl.t h t mtt(-hvVi .newt t. MMrmi.lrrhit
l-el,ira is he-niiMe nlrierf fier eent ara tmnhleia arttfe
mMtv tocir wlilKMilaii uiraii.m. fcmieailm..nr
A CRITICAL TIME
DURING THE BATTLE OP SANTIAGO.
SICK 0B WILL, A I0SH WIGHT AID BAT
Tha I'aokera at tha llattle of Bantlairo it
Can War All Haroaw-Thelr llamle
arrurta la Uaitlua AuiiuuDltlua
, aad Katloua to Ilia front
Mavad the I lay.
P. K. Butler, of pack train No. 3, writ
ing from Haiillago de Cuba on July Zi,
says: "We all had diarrhoea In mure or
less violent form, aud wlieu we landed
we had no lime to see a doctor, for It was
a case of rush and rush night and day to
keep the troops supplied with ammuni
tion and rations, but thanks to Chamlier
lam's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Item
e ly, we were able to keen at work and
keep our health ; In fact, 1 sincerely be
lieve that at one critical time this iiiedl
cine was the direct saviour of our army,
for If the packers had been uuahle to
work there would have beeu no way of
getting supplies to the (rout. There
were no roads that a wagon train could
use. My comrade and myself bad the
good fortune to lay lu a supply of this
medicine from our pack tralu before we
left Tumpa, and I know lu four eases It
aliHuluidy saved life." '
Tits above letter was written to the
manufacturers of this medicine, the
Chamberlain Medicine company, lies
Moines, Iowa Kor sals by all druggist
WAMTKII, rtlUSALK, KENT AN1I LOST
Kor Sale-Roller grist mill at Albu.
queruue, N. M. tutu llleckmauu.
Kor Hale--A fresh milch cow. Call at
412 west Lead avenue at 6 o'clock p. m.
Kor Hale I'lanos, on the Installment
plan, at fin per month; cheaper thau to
rent. YWiltaou Music Company.
Three room cottage for rent. W. V,
Kor Ueut Nicely furnished front
room, fur a couple or two gentlemen.
No. 7IS south Kdith.
Rooms fur rent, with board. Hooms
suitable for two gentlemen, a week
with (ward. I'd uorth riixth street.
Kor Hale-1!!,(M It high grade French
Merino ewes at S All per head, delivered
at Marfa. lexas. Addrees L. K. Tiguer,
Albii.jueri!in, cars of Kiiropeau hotel, ur
Tinner Bros., Marfa, Texas.
Haeklau's AroKia Sals.
The best salve tn the world fur Cuts,
HriliieH, Mures, l ifer", Halt Hhelim, Kever
sires. Tetter, Chupped Hands, Chllhlailis,
I Ciiim, aud all Kklu Krupllotis, aud intui
tively cures files, or uo pay required.
It Is guaranteed to givs perfintl saliifac
tion ur money refunded. 1'rltv ceuls
per Isix. Kur sale by J. 11. O'ilellly A
A feant for your eyes, It will be to sea
our new asMortment'of ribbon-; we have
them In all Imaginable fancy combiua
tiuiis, lu satins, double face satin and
Maire ribbons lu all shades and all
widths, from the narrow baby ribbon to
the wide eanh ribbon. ICoseuwald liros.
It-ill'l l'iiiarmiit anil SumM. tuar I Us Ain).
To quit ti.ii-ri r.i "- i.u l lurcvur tn u:a
lii-lu-. lull ut 1 ;,. i10l v.. ai ,l visur, take r.n I o
llac. Ititj Win ,lr nn if r, li. at uiaU'-s lieu It iih-q
slriu.g All tlrt.K ittts, .'t ot 4l. Curwiiaran
iaia Ilte,ui,;i ami ninpia free. Abireas
bUtrilUK Keujuil t o. l.'uuao or New Vorta
We would call lliu aiientiuii of our
friends and ciiHtoiuerH to the fact that
our fall slock of ready uiads clothing is
nearly all In, and take prids lu stuting
that it Is our belief tha'. we cau show the
strongest line ever shown in the terrl
tory. Prices have nut advanced (row
laet season. He sell suits fj bu and up
ward, and Invltu ui, early Inspection.
Simon Ucru, the tlallruad Aveuuel lothler.
Thluk of ltl Buying ladles' shirt
waists at 11V; ladies wing sleeva veets at I
'ic, children's tun or black stockings at
8lo, only to b bad at the liuldeu Utile
liry (nxeU company. I
Jip-t lu, tha latest novelties In belts, i
girdles, challelalue, challelaiue bags.'
pis-kid laaiki, ladies' fancy garter-t, etc..
Come aud see them. Itoseiiwald liros. I
Oh, no! You are not looking thin. All
that you need Is a clean shave. Iio to
Halm a barber shop, .V 1. Armljo build
lug, and get the best.
Copper and tin work. Whitney Co.
FAIR ASSOCIATION OF NEW MEXICO,
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
SEPT. 27 to OCT. 1, 1898.
HORSE RACING! BICYCLE RACING!
AND OTHER SPORTS.
Greatly Reduced Hates on tho Railroads.
, , ,,.,,,,,,.,, , . T. N. WILKEItSON, I'rcsiilent.
A. .1. OHAWrOHI), Secretary.
COntlRT & RICE. Prop'i
(St-lTSaaOMI TO O. BADANAOCO)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A moat rirlltftttfill reaort. where all klmta ttt
tlrinks ami cissra are aerved. Plenty of abada
ur Tiauiira. t ive ua a rriai.
H. H. Warkontin
Albuqcerqae Bowling Parlors!
Cornet First St. and Copper Ave.
Tbeflneat Rowlln Alleraln the Hntith west.
Nice place to spentl tbe evening.
1 8 one of the nloeet renorte In the
city, and la eupplleU with the
beet and Uneet liquors.
HEISCU A BETZLER, Proprietors.
ratroiiMHiid rrlemln are cordially
Imlted to ilHlt "llie Klk."
803 Weet Railroad Avenue.
C. A. GRANDE.
lOi NORTH BROADWAY,
FINE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
KKK3H I.IMK KOK 8AI.K.
M'HMSHKI) IttHlMS TO KKNT.
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thud Htreet aad fljeraa Areaie.
Atlantic iioor llalil
HCUNKIDKR H LIX, PbOPR.
Ctx l K UasN on dranahtl the Bneet Native
Win and the vary beat of Ont-rlaae
Llqnora, Oiv u a sail,
HAii.aoAD Avaaoa. ALBDOtraaoca.
8. 11. till. I ITT, W. Al.KX Nt'THKHI.ANII,
NEW MtMtl) CIII.I.KI TION AUtHCt,
Al.HI Ul KHU1K, New Meico. Collect
Ions iii. tie eveiywhrie. No cbatue mi.
lesa claltp Is reabeil on, Lorreaiiiiiuletice
aoiicltril. llllkea; Konllia 1 anil II, Colilllil.ua
KAKL A. alTiuLH,
LTTOHNKY-AT LAW. Room to, Crom
I Well block, Albuquerque, N. at.
I. K. MAKKOUN,
lll VL KNtHNhh K-HHkCIAl.TY-Irrl.a
y lion anil Water Siiiip'jr. Kxamlnatlona and
eenotta. mat.a, (ilana anu ratllllatea. Conea
pimilenrr Sollciteil. Km. in It). Armljo block,
tor. tirii St. and Kailroad aveuua.
If KM aiNHlia A asiMaa.ka.
HtlMfMJPATHIC PUYMICIAN8 AND
Huriieiuia (iRic and realtlence nvev poat.
Ottlce. (lid Telelibone UW. New Tclruliona
tail. Ura. Marlon Hlalitip, M il., oflli a Lntita,
8 to 5 p. tn. T4i.a 1). rllalinp, M. l.,oflJc
uimiip, a iw a. m.. ami a 141 9 alio 1 to fi. n
1 aae alarator at Wlillney'a.
JOHN TAMUHBH, m. U
PHYSICIAN AND BUHtihON-tlfHce In
Atnitio btilblinir. Corner of kailroad aveDDt
and 1 bird atteei. lloura, l:0 10 11 a. m. 1
to I p. in. epaclal atteutitiu glvaa U) ehrunla
and dlaeaaea oT women.
BAfJTKHLlA V KANTBMUAV,
OVVICK and reaidenra, No. 41t Weat Oold
venue. Telephone No. .a. Ortlcc hotui
to R a. m. 1 1 :0 to a :0 and 7 lo B p. m.
U. H. kaaterdav. M L). J. tt. kaataidav, U. D,
W. O. HOt-a, M. u4
Officii lioUHH-Unill a. m. and frnm
1 .'80 to :H0 and rrom 7 to 1 p. m. t Itbca
and reaiilence fm Weal Oold avanua, Albu.
qneiijua. N. M.
E. J. Algar, U. II. I.
AKMIJO HI.OCK, Ol-l'tlSITk II.KKLD
litoa'. Ulll.11 bourai a a. ni. to la U
p m. I :H0 p. m lo a p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
Appoiiiitnauta made by mall.
HKHMAHU . MOllBV,
ATTOkNhY AT I.AW, Albnon.iqne, N.
M. 1'ioiiipt aUonlliin alven In all bualneaa
pertaining to tne pioteaaloii. Will practice In
all courta of ib latniof r and belora tba Colled
aialea laud t.tlH e.
WILLIAM U. LKK,
ATTOH Nh Y-AT-LA W. Ofttca, room 7,
M. T Annuo bnllilir,. will piacUca In
ail til cuuna ol li e tenlloiy.
JOIINHTIIN A FINICAL,
ATTOHNkYS AT LAW. Alhuqnerqne, N.
M. t ittire, rooma b and a, Ural NatluuaJ
K. W. II. IIHVAN
TTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Alhuqnerqne, N.
L U. (itlhe. Mrat National iUnk building.
HANK W. CLANCY,
t TTOHNkY AT LAW, rooma t and I, N.
'I. Atiniiti buililiiiti, Albugucequc, N. at.
K. W. UOUalOM,
4 TTOUNKY AT-LAW. () nice over Hob.
1 eitaon a (loceiy atore, Albuquerque, N . M.
ONE FOR A DOSE
.Wmif Plmp,i, frrtrrr
rno.piusni ,,f tti. Ih,T. .acl, dsr i as, us!
baaltli. TI1.7 i..llUsf iruu nt.ri
.. . ... . ..,,uv, s,.M iiiir .iri.ii, iu
twaasdlrldrualaa. aa IkiaAaaO CO "ada. a.
All tliH Hecoinl h uid furniture and
liRUHehold kikuIx in the rity; will pay 10
per went inure than any other aecond,
third or (mirth hand uiuu in town.
J. I). IrlliKlIN,
No. 2ii3 South Kirat etreut.
lliuul la lllood Deep,
f'li.ol I,! ., i,.:,,ih u clean akill. No
benny will, .lit il. t icl, I ,in,h 1'atluir
tic 1. .in ) 1. 1. ...il mid k' ii it clean, h
-I ilium up Hie l.izv livci-und dunlin till hit
l.in.n.a li. .in tin- lro.lv. Ilivni tod.iy to
Ii.iiii-.Ii pnuplea, boils, I, Nil, he, hi,,, Uicula,
iiml Hint m. I.ly l.iliuiia cinplexiuii by lul.iliu
1 awareta,- beauty lur ten eenta. All tiru-t.
Biala, autialaclii.ii Kiiaruiilet'd, lix, aVx;,60c.
I'icture rrau.ee aud room moulding.
TO BE HELD JvT
ALBUQUKBQDE, N. M.
J0HHUA 8. RAYN0LD9 Prealdent
M. W. KI.OI RNOY Vice I'reeldent
A, KKKN caahler
KBANK UcKKK AaalHUut-Caehler
A. A. GRANT.
The Bank of Commercd
oam ia roaniaa- iioaAxei ad inrrn Lmiuu o c.uui.
Haiti Aaaaraaaa aa oakwe M Papaalaaia aVawaw raatUlas
Oarmlaaa wttk rwaatakla !.
. Oxaao, Praaldant J, C. BALDBicea Lnmbaa, W. C, Lbobabd, Capital'
B. P. Bobditbi, Vtce-Praaldaot. A. BiaaaiAMK, Hlawmano Hroa,, Wool,
.a.BTBioBLBa. Caablaf. A, M. Blaokwbix, Uroaa, Hlackwell A Co., Otout
H. J. Kaaaaoir. Aaalatant Caabla. W. A. Maiwbix. Wboleaala Droailat.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka b Santa Fe Kailwa.
the ST. jEIi3VCO
SAMPLE ASD CLUB ROOM'
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
TiLUjjxro jziriunmr kjioht.
JOSEPH BARNKTT. Proprietor.
ISO Wat Railroad
JOHN WICK8TROM. Prop.
The Beit And Fincat Liquors and
NO. 114 WEST KAILROAD AVENUE
Gr. HENRY, 1VT. D
Stnde-nt of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Frame.
THIRTT-81X TKAR8' PBAOTICK. URN ONLY TBKAT8D.
A enia narantaed In evarT caae nndertaken when a enra la practicable and poaalbla
tionorrliiM-a. alact and auli tare atj-rdll7 cmrd wltU Ur. Klrord'a lrench kamtxltxa. ataccul
f'-ap17in''"!iitlycarrd wllliln 1UHKK DAYS. NO CUtiKHH, HANilALWUOU OIL dui
V, ,iUA ?1 . fpMinatorihoea, armlnal liajara, nlalit rinlsalcna, Inaotnnla, daapoodenrv ,
'. ? !S"1' renrvd. Klcord'a mrtliod prartlcrd In the Wurlit'a lltwpltal, Parla. Kt-terencat Over
tO.OOO patlenta ancraaatlullf cured wllliln tha la.lnluevr-s.ia. Cao lelel to patlrnla eared, mf
pertnlealon. Inrcatlaale. Onicea 07 rieventeentti etreet, new Champa, Denver. Colo,
antilab, Krenth, trauinan Puliali, Unaalan and H..lrmlan anuken. VauulisMlva and Oae
. Coneapondance aollcilladi autcUv ennrlitenilal
Albuquerque foundry, and Machine Works
R. Pa HALL. ProprUtot1
Iron aad Braea Oaaim.'ii Ore, Coal and Lambar Oarei BbAflinff, Pullayt, Oral Bar
Babbit Metal i Column and Iron Front for Bullilinjrei Repair oa
Mlnlnf and MiU Maefalnarr Bpcialtr.
FOUNDRY; '0E RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
GROSS BLACK WELL & CO.'
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Goods.
.Kansas Gty Balunjj Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sa, Stoneware,
Houses at Albuquerque, East Inis Vega and
(iloricta, 'ew Mexico.
undartir. 1 Mntnitl
Never djuvm 1
la COOL, I
Cat. ta W.r 1
YNo preaaura oa I
TOT1 Sc C3-JRJkXDI,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND ""AIM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY,
lurried French and Italian Goods.
Sol Agent for Sn Antonio Lime.
New Telephone .17. 218, 215
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Depository for the Santa Fe
Pacific and tha Atchison,
Topfka and Santa Fe Kail
j road Companies.
OFFICERS AID DIRECTORS:
Paid-up Capital, Surplus
aud rroata firf.OOO.AO
in Albuqnarqno, N. H.
Gears, Imported and Domestic,
210 Railroad Avenue.
Iltaqcerqas, 1. 1.
AND 217 NOBTH THIUD HT