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THE HCttLKCE CF STKIT CF nGS
Is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of tho combination, font also
to the care and skill with wltitli it la
manufactured by acirntlfio rtroi-cww-s
known to the CAt.iroKMA t"io Srarp
Co. only, and we wish to tmpn". npnn
all the Important of purchasing the
true and original remedy. Aa the
(renuina Syrnp of Flfrs !h manufactured
by the C AUroiiNi a Kio Syrup Co.
only, a knmvlotltfe of thnt fact will
assist one In avoiding the worthies
imitations manufactured bv other per
tlea. The liltfh Rtanding of the Cam
roBitiA Kio KrHrp Co. with the medi
cal profession, nnl the satisfaction
wbleh the (renulne 8ymp of r'iir haa
(riven to million of fumiliea, makes
the name of the Company guaranty
of the excellence of tta remedy. It la
far In advance of all other lnxatlvps,
M it aots on the kidneys, lirer and
bowels without Irritating or weaken
ing them, and It doee not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get Ita beneficial
effects, please rememlnT tho name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
an rnAMriaco, cu
LormTiLLK. Kr. ft tw Ve)RK. h.
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THR CITIZKN Is on sale st tbe following
places in the rltri 8 K. Nrwrnmer. 119
Kailroad avenue; llawley'a Newt Depot. South
g'-cond atreet; O. A. Mntson & Cn'e. No. Sn5
kailroad avenue, and Harvey's Hating Houae
at the drmt.
THK r KKK LIST The free list of Tub
Citixsm embraces Notices of Hlrths, Mar
stages, unerala. Deaths, C'hurrta Hervlcea and
kntertslnmenta whfre nosdmlhnlon Isrhareed,
UUUIlhS a MilKMiilll,
Atehiaon.Topka Ac Santa l"a
raosTil roit Anivrs
No, 1 California airesa 7:'JKprn
No. 17 hinrcM :Ut, urn
noma soars Lesves
Mo. a Atlantic hxnress int4ispm
Ko.lli Local KsDteia 7:il&Dm
Fuoxt tub aooTU Arrives
No. 1 Local hipress 6:(0 pro
SOIHO south Lesves
ive. II Uetluo Kxpreae 11:05 am
Santa Fe Pacific.
raost rna wbst. Arrives
Mo, t Atlantic hx press 10:'45pm
soinii wasT. Leaves
we. x raciuc axpress V:l'opm
No., t and 1, Pacific snd Atlantic Kxpress,
nave rttuman pajtu-e nrawins room cars, tour.
1st ieet.lna cars snd chair cars between Chi
euo and Los Anvelea and San Kian 'U.-o.
New. 31 and 'ill. Mexico snd Local Kxpress,
nave ruumnn paiuce cars snd chair cars Irom
Kl Paso to Ktnsaa C'ltv
W. H. TKI'l.l., Joint Arent.
(Homestead Kntry No. Bliiio.j
Null tir I'tiljHftMtioii.
Land Hill, e st Santa r e. N. M 1
OitnUr Jl. IHHS. I
NiKIre l hereby ulven that the following-.
iled notice of hla Intention
to inske tinal tirtmf in eupliort of his claim, and
that ealtl primf will tw made belore the probate
clerk of alencm county, at l.oa Liinait. New
Mexico, on November :io, 1mm, vix: Henry
.'. M wi-ley, lor the Kv, NWl. NkVx.SvV'.,,
KWi, NKU and NVM4 of section 7, Tp.
4 N, K u K.
tie names the following wltnesnes to prove
his continuous residence upon hih! cultivxtlon
of said ImiiiI, vix. i Jise Truitl o. 1'. C. Hanuht,
1'eclro I.urero and Antonio b.inla, all of Kast
View, New Mexico.
Mani'RL K. Otkho. Register
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it Li. -J f VI jOR.
Cttrfs nirofcicv N.jt f , i aunt rJ WjiIidr
.ifcswct, a'l elictt. n-4-' or txtrm cmi
iivdicm ,oi. A 'tk-i.u a.iti H -od-Unlr.
Uru tJie funk j !-' lo p c c!-rltl mi re
thf hrecl v''''- i v r' 1 50o per
v bwi sxnci ior w'OOi "nil a nntn
u.ratittf to mix or ttUaid ihi nonrv.
hmtu m4iMl Co. CimtCN Ikuijh iti., Chkaco.
JOHN O. HKNKV, Albaqutrqna, N. M.
rotir ti.'.il'li. ronrli't..ln.i. Is fimr ftln'litoli.
Ks.pth llettd Slid 'l'broi clnr and ln.althr
a'il . in r mi ii.l mill i.rnin I niwari. ni r-t null vhimi.
4 I SUM X MI NTIIIII.lMl tl.l lllilK
trentt rtilifr In manliiiiil III all l.inil tr.iulili1
imiii iiimx, mo nr. TitHut'r.
TAKKfl. 'I'hnt aw f ill iMtoe nr t'Hlitei H fit sw
emxmra tir lu n-i. V .mil.-rl ill In ll iv li'viTaud
A. umi. irsi'rtiM.i iisiims's,
ir raN sri 11 ' in"1" fr k. sr
til. 10 ri.i. Na rr II.H.k S. llil, rra.
ri mii si, inns ri.. mi kM. mi., i;. a. 4.
WAMTK.l), SOU MALIC! Ha.NT AND LUHT
Wanted A rook, woman preferred.
Applj at No. north Kourth atreet.
Wanted An exi erlenced grocery clerk.
Must be goner. liiiliiHtrloiia and not afraid
of work. Aildrtvs, P, ft iltiaiua, Aril.
Wanted A partner In a general nier
rliaoitlHlng tiiiNliieKH, Thix win aj to
liive8tlnle. Adilretis X, Citi.kn ollice.
Wanted OenU' Rtcund liaml clutliliiR.
No. 4lH) south Klmt street, lietmeen Coal
and Lead avenues. AililreHs or call on K.
Waute.l-la every town, a local repra.
eiiUlivej ludy or Kriutletuau; eaxy work,
good pay; no capital required; payment
very week. Addreiw for particulars, 0.
L. alarechal Ait Co., 'MH Kltu atreet. l'ul
For Bale. Small dairy near town. Call
on W. A. Hankiu, Armljo building.
For 8ale Lady'a side eaddle, In good
eonditlon, can be seen at bouse, corner
north Third atreet and Mouutaiu road.
Kor Bale PlanoM, on the liiHtulluient
plan, at 10 per ruoutli; cheaper tliau to
rent. V ttlteou UuhIo Compauy.
For Rent A fine upright piano. The
. WhitHcn MuhIo Co.
Kor Ueut Two nice newly furulntied
(rout roiuH. 215 Kailroad avenue.
For Rent Kive-rootu honee, cheap by
the year onlr) In Rood repslr, all newly
tapered ami painted. Apply to J. K.
Hnune of seven rootim for rent with
furniture for aale to party renting house.
Knqiitre at No. llli kouth llilrd street,
Kor Kent Nine-acre ranch, one mile
from new town, with four-room limine,
good stable, fruit tree and grape vines
AddreaH, V. K. Arlae, city, or Inquire at
tore of M. K Hpriuger, old town.
Frerin Tegetablea, fruit In aeanon
poultry and atuple groceriea, at Hell A
Co. 'a, Beoond atriwt.
Bring your magizlnaand miiHiotoTHt
ClTlKN ntlioe and have theui neatly
bound in book form.
Lace curtains aloioet given away.
Hay A Faber, 115 (iuld aveuue.
Kmm the Keg ater.
lite public school will epea lta dtsirs
axm ueil sioiiday.
Carl J. 1'robet and family will again
become leeldetila of CerriJio. Mr.
Probst will take charge of tteriW etote.
Aa a herd of 2 tHJ sheep, wliich mere
beiug driven mnitti, cro'sed the tailroad
track lit thle vicinity tew daya ago, the
flick was fun Into by tiam, which
slaimliteied nine sheep and mangled four
ol In re
Dr. Palmer reports that there are no
additional caes of eninilpoi dcvelnd
either heie or at Ma'lrlil. it la unllki ly
thai anyone was rir.oxet to the dlwaee
l y ill- rlevi'li p iieut of the two caws
liien i iried lu pur Issue of lent Week.
Hon. T. H. Mayo, who b a probnlily
spent as much money In the development
ol the milium Interest, of this section aa
any other one oinu in It, Catue In from
(olden V cilnt ettay. He lulks. encoiir-
Kingly of the great enterprise of the
alonte (us to Killing company and of
theolhir brink development work now
now going tin at Moideu and Han 1 ulro.
I. AS VI.UAI,
From the Optic.
J. H. L' lib and family, who have been
rltlsens of this city for a year or two, left
for Katun to spend the winter, Mr Laub
having large cattle Interests requiring
his attention thereabout.
f rank Mai. i mares, Jr., the bright
voting son of Ins lather, haa reslgtied hi
p'ace In the h. A M. company's merrait
tile estubilMliitient at Kl Pan), and Iiks
coins hick to Lite Vegas to engage eiten
Hlvely in sin ep husbandry.
Mrs. H. Dailey received the sad Intelli
gence by wire to the efl-ct thnt her
mother was da"girotiily hurt at her
home In lerre Haute, Iml.. by an explo
sion of y-ssollne. Hlis will be remem
bered In this city as Sirs. liucklnghHin.
Col. It. K. VMIIIton came over from
Sauta Ke to examine l ulled Htatea wlt
nessea In crtaln Indian depredation
claims which Judge I.oughary le In
vestigating. Col. Willienn represents the
Kllger and Ariibroalo Pino claims In
Banta Fe county, the two aggregating
V ice President Collins, of the Fort Col
lins, Colo., National bank; J. 0. Coy and
Win. Fertlg, are In the city to buy
twenty car loads of lambs for feeding
purposes. They said the Fort Col I lis
farmer last seaeon fatted and shipped tn
the Vilssnurl river market IM (") head of
lambs, most of them purchased in New
Mexico, and this year they will do tnoch
Krom the New Mexican.
lndtihtrlal Teacher W. T. Bhelton, of
the Indian sclusil, has returned from a
Lae Vegas trip with a flue pair of browu
mares bought front Hov, lladley's ranch.
H. H. Carlwrtght Sc Hro. will move
from their old time Han Francisco atreet
store on December 1 into the Hpli glberi(
block store at present occupied by Marcus
Smith II. Simpson and Squire Hart, of
Taori, have been appointed memlvers of
the board of examination of school teach
ers of iaist county by Judge UcKIn to
succeed Alexatider Oustlort aud Albert
An eff irt will bs made to secure a cabi
net organ for the Penitentiary Christian
Kndeitvor society, aa the present affair Is
altogether too small and antiquated for
Ten Tan Indians were received on
Wednesday at the Indian school, seven
Bauta Crtiie Indians the previous day and
sli other ludlaus on Monday, making
quite a record for this week.
J. K Holmes, of Albuquerque, regis
tered at the Claire on Wednesday night.
Mr. Holmes was cnuected wltb the New
Mexlcsn staff the pant summer, hut was
emu nelled to seek a lower altitude on ac
count of his health. He Is now connected
with Thk Ai.iirgcKKiji'K CiTiiKN, and
spent the day In nanU He tn the lutcreet
of that paper, returning home Thursday
At the exh'h tiou of the Corbett-Fltz-eiinuii
us tight, at Los Angeles, so dis
tinct and realistic were the pictures that
the spectators became as greatly eicltod
a though lo 'king at an actual encounter
lu the liitlc arena, 'lhey cheered their
respective favorite and awaited with
breathless anxiety the decision upon the
qn stlon f a foul. In a won), the ex
hllililou is Intensely realistic and inter
esting. At the Armory four days of next
week, beginning on Monday, Oi't. 31.
Tickets can be had at Walton's drug
Soldiers Mlnepliia; Under Fire.
"I suppose some people will shrug their
ehonldeiH," said soldier who was lu the
three days' battle of Han Juan lllll,"wheu
1 H iy It is a common thing tor s ditlers to
go sound asleep under tire, when tliey are
not permitted to return the tire, but
must lie quiet. It lnu't bravery or reck
lessness, but the result of Intense excite
ment ou the brain." In the same way
many iuu appear utterly Indifferent to
dangerous disorders of (he stomach that
HiKiietter's Stomach Kilters would
promptly cure. '1 his remedy will make
them sleep "like a top," as the saying
goes. It will give thftu nerves of Iron.
It will overcome distressing stomach aud
bowel disorders, give toue and strength
to the kidueys.
Bueatea'e Arnica salve.
The best salve lu the world for Cuta,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Bait Hlieiim, Fever
Horns, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
(kirns, aud all tSkiu KrupUons, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect salinfao
tiou or money refunded. Price 'Hi cents
per box. For sals by J. U. O'liellly A
I nlvsralty Nuts.
Prof. R. P. Childs and family have
moved Into the I tune house ou the mesa
to be near the uuiversity. Let more
The university welcomes the approach
of the new bicycle road. It is hoped that
the enthusiasm for this road to the mesa
will not die down until the adequate
amount of money sprit.gs up.
Mr. and Mrs. iiodgiu eulertalued Mr.
and Mrs. Chlltls at dinner on Saturday,
receiving them into the settlement ou
Members of the method class were en
tallied at noon dinner by Mrs. lludglu.
Altera pleasant hour the class returned to
the university for the afternoon's work.
In a short time a goodly number of
new books will be added to the library
The hoik money comes from entrance
fees, which amount Is apportioned to
each department tor neednl books and
journals. When the members of the fac
ulty get their lists mads out the pur
chuees will be made.
for several da)s the sound of the ham
mer aud saw has been beard in the
building as carpenters are making
chanties In the basemeut, arranging con
vent) tires for the science and baderlo
logical departments, which are taking
ou new life aud preparing for belter
On Friday morning the method class
visited Mrs. Uutts' room at the Drat ward
until recess. While there tliey were In
vited to a sort of jubilee tuee tng of all
the pupils and teachers in that ward, to
rejoice over the fact that there had been
not a single tardiness for the week in the
entire building. Bongs were sung and
original essays on punctuality were read
by a number of pupils. Biierlutenileut
Mickey and Profesnor iiodgiu gave short
talks, encouraging the pupils In their
worthy efforts to establish habits of
punctuality. After recess the normal
class v ulud the model school, where
Miss Coltiane wai e uductlng Interest
ing woik lu supplementary reading.
President Derrick in his talk at as
sembly ou Tuesday morning touched
opon some of tbe questions of tbe boar'
if st the Indian pruOieni, suggested by
the recent uprising of tne lu nana lu the
fwrui. He reviewed their history ij lie
relation to the l imed mates and showed
how our government had utterly tailed
to kiep lis coutraet with ihnne ludiaus,
and tins repri lieiislbie failure resulted
lu the terriOie tiiitbieak. ilie preeideul
Inei reterred to our great relal.oiis witu
Biain, to the gre. questions b lng
seul.tl, lu the present conditions lu
Alma, and urged students to s.udy l he
live problems lu tins epocn making
peiiou. He llieu announced that a ciuu
would won be organixrd tor the purpjee
oi studying current tiisiory.
()j lliu.ed.y morning tr,f. Clilhls, for
the nrsi lime, occupied me assembly ps-
rithi tu au address to the s inieuis. tie
to k tor III- sul j ct "ihe ailiiisiry of tue
Bun, epcukliig Uril of the Idolatrous
bless ot .lie ancieule rxuiCsi mug (he son,
bin liiotiglit Hint we go to (lie oilier ex
in tue and full to appieciats me wouder
tul iiitliieiice of Has biigiil oib of day,
ami Its value In connection Willi (lie Com
uiuurst ihiiigs tt lite; how ins very food
we eat for breakfast, whether Vegetable
or animal, was pi mi need ouly by the as
sisiaiiue of the euu. The utovemeut of
electric street cars was depeudeut Indi
rectly tipou (lie sun, aud the great power
generated by Nlagaia fails comes from
energies lnlliieucvsl by the sou. lu sp ak
lug of the sits aud distance ot (he sun,
(lie speaker gave some Very Interesting
and lurclble liiu-tiati ns and compari
sons, lliese ars-inbly lectures are piov
lug a source ot luiottuauou and pleas
ure to (he students.
GAlHbRlrU THB GOLD.
Tbe eiant riaccr kl.cblac rat to Work
by tbe Muni Lrino fllolLf C.
This Is ue goes to press 1kj early to
give a oeiaiieii report ol Hie dial ruu
t inch was made at Boll IVdio teelerday
by Hie new placer luacmue wnicli lias
jusl bi'eu plaC -d lu position ou thu iiouie
Cii lo Milling company s etiwisive ncer
prieuy, says (Ue Ltiriilios Iteaisler. It
is probably ihe most gigantic uiiuing en
terprise (nat has hlilierlo been under
taken In (his section.
Ihe machinery consists of an Immense
dredger, wind! ts employed to gamer up
me eanu ana gravel, ana a receuiiy lu
Veined machiuu designed to separate (he
gold troiu (lie tilrl. Uf (hs latter, we are
told, there are lliree lu successful opera
tion. The dredger as built aud used
for raual Construction In Chicago II
vtas transported (o (his country ai great
expense, lo (ake Die machine from
llmruiu station (o the placer groutid re
quired au exptMidltuie of several thou
sand dollars. This stupendous taek ol
traupoidng sixty tou machine over
a couutry broken by hills aud arroyoa
was successfully acreoipllslied uuder the
able euperluieiidsucy of the manager of
(be Company, lloberl Kennedy, although
we heal d more than one prophecy made
dial the woik would never be accom
pliNhed. Yi. M. Johnstou came from Chicago
few days ago to superintend the opera
tion of (he uew placer machine uf which
he is one of (he Inventors. Ihe diedger
has already been thoroughly tested. The
washer went on trial yesterday and
by Monday the cotnpauy hopes to have it
regularly aud unluterupleilly In opera
tion. 'I he dredger ts a wonderful machine.
It handles earth, rock and gravel at the
aetoulshing rate of two tons a minute.
A long arm Is driveu down luto the
ground and when u lift is mads t( raises
a tou ot gravel, rock and earth. It does
eltVctlve wo k among rocks and boulders
and brings up everything, even tearing
trees by (he roots. Twloe minute a
small earthquake takes place aud It Is
followed by au upheaval. Though bed
rock Is llftesu to tweuty-elght leet be
low (bs surface, the dredger can lay It
T he gold washer's capacity will depend
on (be quantity of water used. Fur this
purpose there are at preseut three wells
available. At tlrst water will bs forced
from what is known as (lis Kelly well to
a capacious reservoir above the plant,
giving the water a tall ot 150 feet. Uf
course, (he water supply will be wholly
Inadequate to wasb Hie Immense quan
tity of dirt that ran be excavated by (he
dredger, and after the trial runs have
twu made the other two wells, which
wi re sunk by the company last winter,
will also be u-u-d.
At present tlireo engines are required
tn nperhl'i this giant mining plant. One
of them Is etnp oyed day and night to
pump water into the reservoir and the
other two operate the dredger and wash
er. To work (he plant to lis full capacity
will probably require a force of about
In tho DaokT
Tlu-n probably the kidneys.
In tho Ghent?
Then probably the lungs.
Then probably rheumatism,
No matter where It Is, nnr what
kind; you nued have it no lonKcr.
It muy be an hour, a day, or a
year old ; it must yiuld to
Immediately after applying It yns.
reel its soothing, warming, sirvnglh
Il n uiU congestion; drawl oul
It I a new plaster.
A new combination of new
rameiliea. Mails after new
methoda. Entirely unlike any
The Trmrai'h of Mudsrn Uudical
The Ferfected Troduct of years of
Placed over the chert it la a
powerful kid to Avar's Cherry I'uc
toral in the treatment of all throat
and lung alfectuina.
Placed our the atomach, it itops
1 nausea and vomiting; over the
bowsla, it controls crtmpa and colic.
Placed over the araall of the back.
It removes all enngeation from the
i kidneyi and grsally trerjgUivu)
pur 6ale by all PruKKista.
1. C. Avar Co., Ixjw.il, Mux.
TheSure I.a Cirlppe Care.
There Is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady. If you will ouly get the
rlvlit remedy. You are having pain all
(hrougli your body, your liver Is out of
: order, have no appetite, no life or auihi-
(ion, have bud cold, In tact are coiu
; pletely used up. Klectrlc Hitters Is die
ouly remedy (hat will give you prompt
and sure relief. They act directly on
! your Liver, Hlomach ami Kidueys, toue
up (lie whole system aud make you feel
like a new being. They are guaranteed
to cure or price refunded. For sale at J.
II. o'Ketlly & Co.'s lirug Btore, ouly DO
cents per bottle.
CAM. MUU'IVS SAD CONDITION.
Old Colorxdoaa Found Winderlng la De
mentia State Near F.rmiof ion, H. K
Lain New lieiiC9 papers record the
fact that about a week ago lent. Louden
M n 1 1 1 u was found wandering ou the
piatrle near Farmiugton, !. At , wilhoul
coal, bal ol eh , aud puibuitiy In a de
mented coudiliuii, lays (he Denver lle
publican. He was taken In ehaige by
some uf his neighbors, and will be cared
for until bis (vtu sens, who live In lolo-
r.vlo, ran be coiumutiicaied with.
Very many ( I api. Muillu'sold friends
and aseocinlfa lu lieuver will leal n of his
sad coiidiliou wi h exln uis tegrel, as
(Here are few of (he eaiiler residents ot
Lieuver lii were more generally known
t'npt. Mnlllu came to this city some
time in ikix. and soon aiierwaidrrd ived
au appoluluient Irorn Pie idenl l.lucoiu
as cat (am at.il at-etstaut quartermaster.
His first asslgniueui to duty Was as bri
gade quartei master In (eu. Curt s' army
in southeastern MtSKUurl. where he
served uulii lieptenioe r, 1H13, wneu he
was sent lo Denver as q lai termaeter of
(be military tllsti let of Colorado,
atl'HTkKKD Oil or 8KEVICK.
Rubseqiieutly be was auiiolmed mils-
tericg aud disbursing tiUicer for Uie
dlitnoi, turning (lie quartermasters
ileparimeiii over to another utllcer, and
couilntied In service until musieretl out,
sometime after the close of the war.
Ihe csplaln Immediately became
proinluen( lu (lie business euu rpriees of
lieuver and Colorado, aud Inaugmaud a
iiiiuiber of impioveiiieiils for the develop
in.'iitof the le duces of the st ile. Hie
mum tnHiness was ilioi of a rouiractor,
and several ot the smaller lirigaili.g
ditches In Notlhern Coloradu were bula
by bun. vtheu the old Boti.uer alley
road was projected be Was one of (lie
iii.nl active piomnters ot (he enterprise
aiid Usik (lie contract for the construe.
u. m of thai portion of (he Hue from Kne
In 1D7I. whn the dl cover les at Lead-
vlile Caused Ihe ekplorallou and d.ncloie
niflit ot (he western portion of (Us slate.
Mr. Miiiitn, liiougli nearly m years of
age, at once became promiuent In the
movrmeuis wntcn lead lo the opening of
His new (errltory. Hs was ludmateli
ss-oclst-d with the early history of (he
towu ot tluiinisou. belug the owuer ot a
lanrs portion ot (he land west of the
treated tiutte track.
roar un i was lowt.
At that time he waa regarded as
wealthy, tint the boom dlssappeared and be
found himself with more land than hs
could well take rare ot aud eventually lost
everything. Ills (wo son, J. W. aud War
ren Mtlllin, who bas been associated
with him, sharing bis lll-fortane. About
six years ago be and airs. Mullln re
moved (o Pine Ktver, La Plata county,
where he secured a piece of land, which
he proposed to lay out as a town site
when the Iudlan reservation should be
thrown opeu for settlement.
The delay In the onenlni of the reserv
ation frustrated his plans In this direc
tion, and three years ago he removed to
ew Mexico, liH'atlug on (he Han Juau
river, uear Hloomtleld, where he has
since resided. His neightsirs In thai
section say that he has nothing to live
upon except bis pension ot t'JU per
A Narrow Vaeape,
Thankful words written by Mrs. AdaK.
Hart of (irotou, H. D.: "Was taken with
a bad cold which settled ou my luugsi
cough set In and dually terminated lu
consumpdon. Four doctors gave me np,
saying 1 could live but a short lime. I
gave myself up to my Havlor, determined
It I could not stay with my friends on
earth, I would meet my absent ones
above. My husband waa advised to gel
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. I gave It a trial,
took In all eight bottles. It bas cured
me, aud thank Hod I am saved ami now
a well and healthy woman." Trial bot
tles (roe at J. 11. O'Ulelly A Co.'s drug
Regular sirssSOe and II. Guaranteed
or price refunded.
The usual Bervtces a' the First Rantlst
church to-m irrow. Bruce Kinney, pas
tor. At 11 a. m subject, The U.gaiiita
Hon of believers." At 7:Hn p. ni., "tJou
fessiug Christ." All Invited.
Interesting revlv.l services have been
Conducted every night the past week and
will continue through (he c uuing week,
at (he Highland Methodist church. The
ctmrcii ts oouitorlable, and all are wel
come. Immaculate Conception. 8unday, Oct.
if): Karly mass, 7; children's mass. W;
Sunday school, :3u; high mass and ser
mon, 1U;;H; vespers, Instruction and ben
ediction, 7;) p. m. Tuesday, November
i, least or obligation; early nisi. 7; late
mass, II. Wedueeday. Nov. 15. All ha lute'
day; early mass, 7; second mass, 8; late
Coal avenue, Frank II. Allen, pastor.
.uoruing service at 1 1 0 clock with ser
mon by (tie pastor. In the eveulng at
7:: to, hl. hop beikls, of Manila, will ad
dress us ou his work In lhat city, lie
has arnouiioed that his Utile glrlslull
sing lu Armenian. Huuday r-chool at
U:4a m, X. p. 8. C. K. at ;: p. m.
All seats free and a cordial welcome to
Highland Methodist church, south Arno
street, between Silver aud Lad avenues.
M, Hodgson, pastor. Revival services
will con tin us every night next week.
The services this Week have been Unusu
anally Interesting aud several lives have
been bleat. Hev. Hodgson, of Pecos City,
l exas. Is doing some excellent preaching
and l hose who have nut attended are
missing a rare opportunity. The church
is warm aud comfortable, and all are
cordially tuvlled. tiring your friends
8t. John's Kplsoopal Twenty-first 8un
day after Trinity. In the ahaeuue of the
prb st lu charge, there will not hs any
ministration. The church building will
b closed, except for (he Sunday School
at 10 a.m. Ihe Key W. ItenneU will
olllclats at the Holy Coiiimuulon on
Tuesday next, November I, (All Saints'
Day) at 10 a. iu wueu so many will
gather together, In uieuiorlaut ot "All
Hie saints who from their labors rest "
Tuesday night at U o'chs-k the St. John's
Chapter (B of 8. A ) will meet. Friday
afternoon, the Woman's Auxiliary will
meet at the St. Agues Chapter (H. ot K.);
the Litany will be said at J.30.
THAT JtVrL s-KKUKO.
With the exhilarating sense of renewed
health and strength aud Internal cleanli
ness, which follows the use of Syrup of
Figs Is unknown to the few who have
not progressed beyond Hie old-time medi
cines and (he cheap substitutes some
times offered but never accepted by the
well-informed. Buy (he genuine. Manu
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.
Wowlmen uf the World.
At the meeting of the Woodmen of tbe
World last ulghl (he following gentle
men were Initiated Into the order:
Frank McKee, C. A. Hawks, Charles Itoe,
II. liroc kiiieler, J. ('. Berry, J. B. Hsrsuu,
A. N. Alerson, 0. M. Dry. F, W. Coover,
Peter Mch'arlaii, Krlc Krlcsson, P. F. Fox,
Prince A. Llllis. U. hlmtten, Otto Rob
inson. C. F. McCue, II Wast, Mat Matsou,
II. Johnson, C. O K reamer, John Roper,
(1. W. Champion, Prof. A. K. (joss, I. S.
It was decided to continue the dis
pell! at ion for another week aud lleputy
Commander M. C. liauu will remain till
that time. Twenty applications were
received last night from persoua who
will bs Initiated next Friday ulght.
After (lie lodge meeting au oyster sup
per was served, wliich had been pre
pared by Oweu Hlusdale.
II Havee tbe t'blltlren.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bas
saved (he lives of thousands of croupy
children. It is also without an equal
for colds aud whooping cough.
If every man cotild live an out door llfr.
psssinir hia time with enn snd fi.hina; rod
and canoe, there would be les lllnesa In
Ihe world, t'nforttinati lv, the demands of
modern civilization will permit very few
men to live this ideal, healthful life.
Mtny men have to pss the day shttt tip
in offices snd stores, and the nights In close
Bfwtments la crowded cities. They gel
little out-door exercise. One of the results
of this nnhrnliliT, sedentsrv livine; la the
awful prevalence of that dread tlisea
conmmntion. One-alxth of all the drsths
each year ere doe to this relentles enemy.
Formerly phvsictana pronounced this dis
ease incurnhle. It is now ffcnerslly known
that there is a marvelous medicine thnt for
the pt thirty yeare has been curing con
sumption almost without a failure. It Is
I)r. Pierce's Golden Medic nl Iicover. It
cores oS per cent, of all esses of coniump
tlun, bronchitis ant lima, Inrvngitis snd
other dieascs of the sirpsssnires. It Is the
great re builder. It tears down, csrriea off
and excretes old, Inert tisanes and rr-placce
them with the firm ti.ittes of henUji. It
rertnres the lost appetite and makes the
' fimr venrssim I had an attn k of erlp that
left mrtliniat and luii' in s b.ul cnn.litl.Mi."
wrSis Mra. Mary Hurt man, nf t.m lbirk-r tit
M. iii-Iii In. Ohio. " Hie ,l,-t,,r a dd I had dis
eae of the throat anil bron.-hlal lulwa. cin
tlnued tn rm worp.. I had tsllt In thenpe'a
psrt of my rhfat and a severe comrh. Willi h
trwwws st is i it I it and In the ninnou, with
hrnvy '-vnrctnrnnon I would -ihikIi up mat
trry araM, bOt wliich 1 wmld rncni-e a
bnrnltiir and am-irtimr arn-nlion in my tlimnt.
I tiKk the rtm-t sf tin a, ri,,t i ma without niim
bsr. tint ihrr did mr mi c-mrt I lm,k aivter-n
biStlesor Coil llvrr i.il and la-ia ,t liad aa erer, t
thr-n tsik five Iwstlia of lir. Vim' t'.olden
Meiliral lliwrnrerv. and ttirre nl Ihe ' f-, llrla.
X lieiran tn l'-nin.v-e In evnv wnv and now en.
bty aisl hi ali ii and have taken no medicine for
SFvvt six immtlis."
rKRKi rHKici raaai
A Lira aiae Portrait, Cravnn, Paatol or
vvauar toinr, ins,
In order to Introduce our excellent
work we will make to any one sending
ns a photo a Lire Slxs Portrait Crayon,
Pastel or Water Color PortraK Free of
Charge. Small photo promptly returned.
Kxact likeness and highly artistic finish
guaranteed. Send your photo at OuCe to
C. b. MAUKCHAL AHT CO.,
81H Klin hi., Dallas, Texas.
Wow Over rirty tears.
All Ol.D AND WltLL-THIlD RtCMKIiT.
Mrs. Wlnslow'l Soothlno' Hvrun has
bn used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes (he
child, softens the gums, allays all pain.
mires wuia cone, ana is me best remedy
tor dltrrhoea. It Is pleasant to Ihe taste,
nold by druggists In every part of the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its
value is incalculable. He sure anil ask
for Mrs. W luslow's Soothing Syrup, aud
take no other kind.
Mew at the Keunomlat Thle Week.
Outing tlantiet nightgowns.
Childreu's white aprons.
Ladies' knitted underskirts.
Ladles' H ttinel underskirts.
Ladles' silk petticoats.
A new line ot fur garments,
A uew line of stamped goods.
A new line ot lUuueletle wrappers.
A new line of lace curtains.
A new Hue ot dress trimmings.
' Braids, braid sets and Jetted trimmings
A new line of walking skirts.
Truly Hlaek Diamonds
and too bettutlful to burn, ts the bright,
oleau st ck ot anthracite coal we are
daily receiving. Now la the time to pro
ride for your winter' supply. Cerrtllos
coal yards, Ilahn A Co.
CONSULTING A WOMAN.
Mra. Flnkham'a Advloa Inspire
Conlldonoo aud ilope.
Examination by a male physician la
a bard trial to a duliuatoly organized
She puts it off aa long aa she dare,
and la only driven to it by fear of can
cer, polypus, or some dreadful 111.
Most frequently such a wornun leaves
a physician's olllce
where she baa un
dergone a critical
an Impression, more
or less, ot discour
This con dl
tlon ot the
the effect ot
than better. In consulting Mrs. Pink
bam no hesitation need be fult, the
story la told to a woman aud la wholly
confidential. Mrs. PinUham's address
la Lynn, Mass,, ahe offers aick women
ber advice without charge.
Her Intimate knowledge of women's
troubles makes lo r letter of advice a
w elbtprlng of hope, and her wide experi
ence and skill point the way to health.
" I Buffered with ovarian trouble for
raven ycura, aud no doctor knew what
waa the uiull r with me. I bad apella
which would lust for two days or more.
I thought I would try Lydia E. Pink
ham'a Vegetable Compound. I have
taken seven bottles of it, aud am en
tirely cured." M its Jon PontcsuM, tfl
N. NVoodlierry Ave., Baltimore, Md.
The above letter from Mra. Foremaa
la ouly one of thousands.
Notarial A inilutiiieuls.
Governor Otero bas appointed Felix II.
Uster, of Albuquerque. Bernalillo coun
ty; J. 8. Canilelarlo, ot Santa Fe, Bauta
rs county, and Melqualdea L. Otero, of
Cuhers, Valencia county, notaries public
lu aud for their respective counties,
Our little boy was afflicted with rheu
matism In bis knee; aud at times unable
to put hia fisit to the tluor. We tried In
vain, everything we could hear of that
we thought would help blui. We almost
gave up lu despair, wlieu some one ad
vised us to try riiainberlaln's Pain Balm.
We did so, and (he flrs( bottle gave so
much relief that we not a second one.
snd, to our surprise, it cured him sound
and well. J. T. Bxys, Pastor Christian
church, Neodesha, Kan. For sale by all
Aa Ideal I'ls.s.
If you are searching for the Ideal cli
mate lu (he l ulled States In which to
apeud the winter months, where you can
also Uud a hot mineral water unsur
passed for the curs of rheumatism, kid
ney and stomach disorders, and a new
and neatly furnished "Casa-dal-Cnn-suelo,"
run upon the Americau plan and
with American cook, with splendid
bathing accommodations aud a place
where consumptives do not disturb your
peace aud comfort for they are not lu
vlted go to Hudson Hot Snrlnirs on
the Bauta Fe railway In (irant county.
wrtie a. it. uraham, Hudson, N. M., for
Ilemoval sale Is now suintr ou at (lold-
en Kule 1'ry (joods Coinpauy's store.
Buch prices as (hey are making on their
enure uew slock will astonish you. i
tveryining in me store al cut prices. Do
not miss this oppor(uulty-
Ladies' kid irlove. at all nrlces. lu all
shades. Our gloves at 1.25 and upward
are guaranteed, lioseuwald Bros.
All kinds of mattresses at Futrelle's
tatter axini) coi.t.rtt)Tins aorhcy.
ALPfUCKNUfK, New Mexico. Collect
ion in rl-everywhere. No charts on
leas claim la rlirei on. Correspondence
solicited. Unices: Hooms 1 ant B, Columbus
8. B. ft II.I.BTT, W. ALBX SOTHBRI AWD,
ATTORNKY-AT-I.AW. Room 10, Crom
well block, Al'juiiuerrjne, N. M.
iks. rishop a manor,
tlOMO-OfATtllC PHVHICtANi AND
rioise.ire ueire and rteidenre over poet
pfflce. Kid Telepbnns B. New Telephone
iss. Mr. Marlon Hiihop, M O., office Dnnnx,
to t p. m. Krsnk D, Hlahop, M. D., ofttce
mra, e to In a. m. arS I to t and 7 to p. ax,
Take elevator al Whltney'e.
Joss T'scHrit at.
PHYSICIAN AND HUROKON-Ufflce to
Armilo brnlrtlna Corner of Kailroad avenne
an t 1 hlrd .Ireel llonra. S:S0 to Ik a m. 1
to p. m. fne-lal attention given to chrnnk
and dl 'ew i. worren.
BAXTSHOAr a BASTBRDAt,
rKlfl( and re.Mece. No 411 Wets fe
' aveone. Tel-phone No. S. Office boon
S to a. m.i 1 n to S:M and 1 to p. m.
(i H. Kasterdar, U. D . H. Kaetsrdar, H. D
w. . Mtira, m. u..
OFK1CK HOI'Rt-tTntll 's. m. and from
I :S0 to a :t0 and from 7 to S p. m. I 'S.ce
and residence, 110 West Onld tveotie. Alho
qnerqne, N. M,
R. 4, Alawr, U. D. .
ARM1JO BLOCK, DPPOHITK ILFKI.D
Ht . Ohlre hi mra: a a. m. to la so
p. m.; I :no p. m. to 6 p. m. Anto. Tel. No.
s, Appointment mad by mall.
ncKMARD a. Ronav,
A TTONKV AT LAW, Albnqnerqne,
' Prompt attent'en lven to all bnnlr
pertalntn tn die proies'ilain. Will practlci
all conrtaof t'-e territory and before the L'cl
St. tea land cfllce.
wu t. iam n, LP.it.
A TTOHNKV AT LAW. Offlce. mom t
' .M- 1 Armllo bniMin Will practice le
an the ronrta of the terrttisr
iiihintoh a rinioAL,
A TTKUVWva XT t Avar in
u J!- . """ snd a. Klrat National
a, w. ir. satAi
ATJ.HiV.KYVT IiAvvi Albnqnerone. N
kl. Kttlce, First National Bank bulln'lna
rRANa W. LAMOV,
A TTt'DNKV AT LAW, mom I and I, N
T. Armllo bulhlltia, Albnunerqoe, N. at.
a. W. IrOHSHtat.
1TORNKY AT-I.AW. Oftlce over Rnb.
t ertain'a erocerv eli.re. Alhnonerqne, N. M
Dr. CHARCOT'S TCKIC TAELETS
Br lht (Vtt? potdfvrlv ruivriintrrl frrvr-y for
Ihn I'rink Ihihit, NrrvouaUam uud MaUacbuly
CMiiai ti lT -It'll. ) ilrinh.
WE CUAf.ANTLI FOUR BOXES
to rnre ativ cjs lih p,iillve written
irtisrantesnr n-buiil thr mnnry, and to lie
nor tin. tite fi.i inn.ii, .lima liinr.
TI1H TA'll STS. CAN PR OIVI l WITNOtT
kNIIHi.l Oiili III 1IIU I'ATII.Nr.
STRONG DRINK e?t7e7thTC
Dl lieiiil: y t: iii, rik. t ..n racalpt
"I""1" i l m l - n nr ft) bnxra and
rsniiiva wi.n.-n ans'sntsa to run. or re
Inn.l Trio i.,,.,, &a.ciB tl It.oo. At
atnia or lr ii, .til,
a. H. U'KIKLLT A CO-, sola iu,
Albnimamne, H, M.
Plntnre franiM and room mnnMln
vl hltnej Co.
Rlaheat nrlruia mlit fnrMntValjilt.Ua
at Hart's, 117 Gold ATHnuA.
Hlllllkltd ltf.l1 ftAtn Pnrt h tit at rlAsan m
-.a i"iVO sr j IIBJ IMIeiriJ n
at retail at Futrelle's, 206 south Klrst
A eonirilula Una tt ruil toA m.a- .n J
delicacies for luncheons aud plenloa, ai
A biff line of men's work-ins' vlnva al
1 a pair at the Oreen Krout. Wm.
Thu frotfhttat atjuab nf ai.nla mwiA
..... - - - - ...... . w ni-liii. 11U inuvj
groceries are to be found at Bell A Co.'s,
The rlHariAMt and hui( iituiIiita.i ti.rk,.
shop in the suiithweat llalin'a, N. T. Ar-
lytfik Into Klein wort 'a ninrkat mi nnrth
Third street, lie haa the nloeet fresh
meats In Uie cttv.
Moiiuett velvet, brussels and luirraln
rsrpots, at Kutrella's. frlces are right
south Klrst street.
C A. flrande. Ulgj north Broad wav fins
llijiiors and cigar i. Kresh lime for sale.
Kiirnlnlied rooms for rent.
The hitst iducjl for tnA Inliav atAati
and roasts and all kluile of meats, kept
lu a Oral clam market, at RleloworW,
KIlluT tin tils New Mexico rVillantlon
Ageuc (Autiiuiatlu telephoue 4U2I, and
ten us aiHitn ifiai lougu aooouut voa
All silk Velvet In linrni nnii,
light lilue, strawberry, royal purple, new
blue and the different shades of red. In
navy blue and white at $1 a yard. Koa
Underwear fn ludlod nanl. Uloaaa
aud t'hlldreu, also big litis of hosier,
have our full Hue now. They will be
sold at our tinmatohahla low prloea.
liolden Rule Dry (ioods Co.
A complete line of ladles' fine shoes
llisl received at ths NrMri Ifront HIioa
store, also a nice line ot childreu's school
ihoes from H.m. to f 1 'iu. These shoes
ars made by ths best manufacturers In
the couutry. Wm. Chaplin.
Hl heat Cash Prloea Paid
Kor furniture, stoves, earpebi, clothing,
trunks, harneea, saddles, shoes, etc.
Hart's, 117 bold aveuue, neat to Wells
far go KkuresM ollioe. Bee me before yon
no j nr sen.
I- ine sweet apple elder, per gallon . , 45o
Mountain siiiash, per pound lie
Karlna. per pound liic
black strap molasses, per gallon.. . 45c
Tbe Cut t'rice Cash Btore.
Hewer ot Oiiitrueala lor I'atbarr that Cob
as niecury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
w'loie system when eulering 11 llirouuh
the mucous surfaces. Buch articles
should never be used except ou prescrip
tions from reputable pliyslolans, aa the
damage they will do Is ten fold to the
good you cau possibly derive from them.
Hall s catarrh Cure, manufactured bv K.
J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, U , contains no
mercury, aud Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the systym. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure bs surs you get the genu
ine. It is taken Internally and Is mails
in Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Cheuey & Co.
t IT Bold by Urugglsts. price 75c ner
I have some pronerty In the Banta
Clara valley uear Han Jose, ( al., that I
alll sell cheap, or trade for property In
Albuquerque, New Mexico. Kor particu
lars address John (i. Dow, Albuquerque,
N. M., In care of Isjuahoe Hardware com
Highest cash prices paid for furniture
aud household goods. T, A. VYhittkn.
All ths second-hand furniture and
household goods lu the city; will pay 10
per cent uiore than any other second,
third or fourth haud uiau In town.
J. 0. (illiKON,
No. 'Ji3 South Klrst street.
Now Is the arcepted time, now Is the
day of precaution, list aud keep ou tiaud
a K'shI supply of Cerrtllos hard aud soft
coal for ths winter. Ilahn Co.
k Tn 1 r -l
'3 WHO TONIC I
v? HE5UAIJ ptUCB)
STRONG LOST 15
DRINKu j) iirr
DEATH C lift..
m S9 say U. JKWL9
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
JOSHUA 8. RATN01.D9 President
M. W. KUIVKNUY Vice President
A. A. KKKN Cashier
KRANK McKKK Assistant-Cashier
A. A. GUAM.
The Bank of Commerce in Altoprp. N. M.
DEALS IS FOHKKJN EXCM ANUK AND ISSfKS LKTTKH3 OF CREDIT.
Solicits Accounts and Olfert lo Depositor. Kvery Facility
Con. stent wltb Pmrlubls Hankln.
M. s). Or a no. Pre S lent. J. C. Halcridob. Lumber. W. C. Lboward. Caplull
B. P. Si:hitsti. Vlcs-Pre.ldenl. A. Kisksass, Kisrmann Bro... Wool.
W. . 8tmicki.br. Cashier. A. M. Blacrwbll, (roa, lllackwrll A Co., Grocer.
It. J. hMBRSON, AMlatant Cashier. W. A. Max wbix, Caoltallst.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka t5c Santa Fe RaUway.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.,
,ij&it7? Second Street
. L. .. Retweca Railroad and Copper Ave.,
b-' 't Hofiea anf II I !,..,,. C-l tJ
-tt; a el t .
THE BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY.
AJlrtM W- L. TRIMBLE &
Finest WhisUes, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT, Proprietor.
ISO Waat Railroad
TU Beat anrj Finest Dquors ani Qjars, Imported and Domestic
Sored to All Patrons.
G. HENRY. M,D.ftiailrfi" Syphlll. a Specialty
Thlrty.SH Yeare1 Prartlce. ths Law Ten la Dearer, Cot Mil OBXT TtSATID,
. A rwaarse U rmj ease aadertakea wh.a a ears Is araetkaMs aa fsssiUs.
Oeaaeaa. (lMr, ax. strlctar. sseeallT sare wlta Br. leor-. Freaea eatei. .nt
.rT"",U7 "r4 wUW IB,M BAT- coBaaa, iaroliwood tu a r
COr All asea. IserautarrkMa. almla.i tu. .i.w. . . .
raAtrear. Urr. ax.ta.sl araetieea la
I. " ' . , " mMm earea witaia cas last tea years. Caa refer U at Mats
caret. y perralaxloa. Uveetirste, Offices. MT ScTeateeaia street, a.ar Ckaataa, D..VW.
Celo. sflt.a. Freack. aeraua. r.UO. tsaalaa aa4 BeaeaUaa saekea. CeatmltaUea aa eae
exaaUaaUoa Free. Cemefsa4eac eellclua strUUj caildaatUl.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. PFoarlator
Iwa and Brass ; Oaatiinrs I Ore, Goal and Lumber Oars , Bhaflinf, Pulleys, Orals Bara
Babbit Metal I Oolamna and Iron FronU for BaU1lnrs Beralra oa
Mininf and aUU atachlDary a Bpaelalty,
FOUNDRY; WOE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. MJ
CROSS' BLAGKVELL & CO..
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarter, for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bro, Canned Gooda.
Kansas Qty Baking: Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware
Ilooseg at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas and
Glorleta, New Mexico.
L TRUSS. J
yr . cool,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. PEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY ANDCRAIN .
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Gooda.
Sola Aganta for San Aatanle Lima.
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL a BOTHR. Proo.
(Butywssors to ITrank U. Jonea I
Elnest WliiSales, laportsd isd
Tbe Coolest ana Hlf test Grate ol Ltf er Serred.
Finest Ullllard Hall In the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
U. 3. DEPOSITORY.
Depository for the Santa Fa
rcifle and the Atchison,
Torek and Santa Fe Bail
0FFICER3 ilD DIRECTORS:
Anthorlied Capital fS00,00f t
Paid-op Capital, Surplus
and Profit (if ,.
Liitjiy, odie. rucu
and Transfer Stables
CO, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Late of the
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