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THE HCLUDiCE OF SYfiLT OF FIGS
I due not only to fie originality and
almplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which It la
manufactured by nciciitiflu prtN-rsaea
known to the CAi.rroksr Kin Nvmr
Co. only, and we wish to linprvse upon
II the importance of piirlialnr the
true and orlglnul nnntly. Aa the
(rrnuine Syrnp of Fiir In manufactured
by the Camfohnia Kio Srat'P Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one In aroiilinfT the worthies
Imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high aLinding of the Cai.i
ronTA Kin StHl'P Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the entlsfactlon
Whlfh the (feiiiiiiie Fjrupof Fiffa haa
(riven to millions of families, make
the name of the Company a jrunrnnty
of the excclloncc of Its remedy. It la
far In advance of all other In natives,
as It act on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not (rrlpe nor
Daus-at. In order tn pet its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
U j Company
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN rNAMClHC, Oal.
10 TILL... RRW TtRI.I
tVUV li TT.V IMTI7LA
lftLU VAllJil il
Trra of flttbrrittlon,
Datty, bjf mall, one year
I tally, ly mml, ti tnnnttn
I tally, lv mail, three months .....,
I'aily. hy mail, one month ,
1MHV. iy earner, one tin
, . . . . f 0 00
i. nth 7ft
Weekly, ttv mil rr vr ) (to
I HK 1AII.Y (. .TI7IC Will .e tH'llvefra II
tne city at the low rule of 'io rent per eli. o
for 7ft renla iwr month. htn nutl monthly
1 hew rutrn are than Hum of any otht-r
tlatly paper In the territory.
A DVfcRTISINO RATKS made known on
I k application at the vtllcm (if puhl eittlnn.
THKCITIKN Job otlii e la one of the bent
In the aoiithwfNt. anil all kltuU of Job
printing la executed with neatiieva and a. low-
em prit ea.
'filK CITIZEN HINDKK V la eomp'ete
m. and writ ntted to do any kind of binding
npHK CITIZKN will be handled at the otnYe.
1. tSutwrlptioni will te t ullri td by li. 11
1 1 1. ton, or can be pa d at the olnee.
NOTIC'K Is hrrehy ulven 'bat ordirafflven
bv rmtdves llliun Till Cl riKN will
not br honored unlet. revioualy rndnrsr d bv
TIIK CITIZrN la on aale at the following
idnrrs In the rttv: H. K. rri.mr, Ul
Kallmad avenue: Hii h-y'a Nn lh pot. South
htTinl strert; A. O. Muttton (.'o.'n, Nn, 'joft
Kailroml aeime,and llarvey'a Kattng Mouse
at the ue ot.
TH K FKKK MST-The free but of The
ClTIKN embrwefi Not'ris of Hiiiha, Mnr
rtRKes, f (inrrriln. Deatba. Chun h Srrvut-s and
rjitertalnment whrrr no admission tot burned
hditors and fuhhiihris.
At'liison, Tojieka & Santa Fe
FROM THI NORTH AlTlvet
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No. 81 Mrjico blpltas UMlt ai
Santa Fs P.cf He.
FHOM TIIK WKST Arrives
No. 9-Atlantic Kiren' l:'jr m
VNo. C alifornla l.irn ttu u:iiip'i
oolNO V. K.HT Lrar
No. 8-Calilornla I. united 11 an
No. 1 I'acitic Kapri'M U:u5in
Nos. I and 3, t'arltlr anil All.mlic Ki n-K
luivr rullnian paiare ilr.wintf riHini cars, tom
st ileepinu I'ars anil rtiair t ins ln-tv.t-i'1. Cli
rum) and l.i.. Ann le. anil an ! iaiH'IM'11.
Nim. 'al anil W'J. Mea'ro an'l ljaal Kinreaa,
have PnlltiKin palni'e cms and ttiaircars Iroin
hi ram) tn Knnis C it v.
'I he t'Nltftifina l.unneil U the llnsit and fit
eit traiiBCoNluit'nt.il tiain ever run. It l airu
only tirm -t larn lull laie pasKengeni anil make
verv few stupa.
Miiriilny, WeilneMlnv and Krlilav only,
uestlay. '1 hurMJay anil Sumlay unly.
W. H. 1 KUI.I . .lolot A.nl
llloineitead Kntry No. aii'JO.J
Mutle lor l"ubln tlo.
Land Utlire at S.inta Ke. N. M
IJi lnher '4. linn.
Nntlce Is herrtiv uiveli thai the lollna
nanifil M-tllft ha. lilnl liutue "f hi. Intentu
to imike II al iniHit in supiii rt of li rlaiui. an
that hmiU pliHif will lie ' ailr betnie the pioii.il
clerk nf alt nria I'tiuntv. at ls l.uuan, .se
Meiirn. mi NuvelllLel ;lu. 1 num. viz.: II
C. Mnseley, lor ti e NW',. NK t 1
bW', Nh'ttnilAW'i br.'i H seclluu 7, 1
He names the (iilliiwIitK witnesM'S lo prove
his contin mn icsiileiu e upim anil cultivation
til saltl land, viz i Jime 'I ruiiM". r. C llauv lit,
Pedro l.urerii and Autouio aaina, all ol Kant
View, New Mexico.
Mam hl K. Otkro, Kritister.
mm the Optic.
It l unilomtnol that Wilson Waililln-
am will reouma th rvnlrol and man
agement of tho Boll raneh on January 1
J. Hannan haa returnol from Santa Ka
where h pot on of MaeompoiltloD roofa
on the rai Hoi building
Th La Vega. Butto. f ollege. under
th njuK ment of Piof Wood and
Stuck mar, I atlll (rrowli ft Th enroll
ment ha reached twetitt on, and atill
other eipertlng to enter
lUiry W.Ke l; and Albert Lawrfurn,
ot L Vfga. fipect to vii.lt the fit j of
aleilro short I j a RtiraU ot A. A. Kobln-
an, prealdeul ii tti Mei'.ctD tentrai
Jl B Ooldenberg, of Puerto d Lima,
ild ti W L. Will, of Trlnlilad,4iiO head
of eUIt to b delivered at Wagon
M iiind, from htvh plan XUty were
Krauk Bptcce, th L'ncoln count;
flock-ui later, who U holding Kl.OtiO heal
Of lenlile slieep at Anton Chleo, earn
In from th mititli in company with Kiln
Brenrk, th stiread repreentntiv ot
Swift A Co. Th latter Arm la figuring
on tl e purrhae ot Hpenr Bros', entlr
Mom on broke into th 'tore ot T.
Ilra-li on Krldajr night aud tol eonie
go'd watrhen aid chain, several pUtolis
overeoat and other articles of clothing.
The eiact lowt rinnot b etated at one,
a ni'ire and nmre article are being
oilseed. Th thief ttNik fl a back shutter
by unscrewing th. hinge, fulled down
th tipper ifh and crawled in, but left
by the bnck door.
Krom the I It-a ll ih ht.
The hauta Ru nilnex, which recently
ahut down on account ot th sniull pui
scare, have r. eum-d operation.
Hubert Ullllken, former cltlten of
Ueiulng, has been appointed poetmanter
at Cook' I'etk, vice C'barlea I'oe, resign
ed. His appointment came on Nov. 2.
Born, to the wife K 1 Klv.of Lordebtirg,
nn Ihurwlay morning laat, a ron. Mr.
Kly I at the home ot her i-ter, Mr.
Carl Hegen.ot thin city, where the I Inh
A collection amounting ti wei
tikeu up In lh Presbyterian church laxt
Sunday morning, to aid In building a
ailKtdnn church al Peoria, Arizona.
Ueorge Y. O'llryan, who ha been In
Ormtng tor several weeks eeeklng health,
haa returned to bin home at Uendemon,
Ky. He wae accompanied ewt by his
If, who came here a tew days previous
to take ber buiband borne to end bis life.
at work aurveylng a pip II n from
Medio l)ia canyon to It mill below
Bland, the object being to preenre a suf
ficient amount ot water to snrcerwrally
operate It preeent I lant, which Is to be
turned into a custom mlil. and aUo the
large plant to N built at the Lone Star
mine for the treatment of Its own or.
The Cochltl Gold kilning company has
a fore of men at work eluklng and cov
ering their pipe line frow Peralta canyon
to the mill. The I'ne, wtvrh I about six
mile In length, u t.ot buiu-J at the
tim it was put down, a th eompany
wished to get water to the mill In
s'tort a time a pre si Lie, but now that
d id Wialher la eettlng In they find It
necessary to bnry the line to prevent
Irening tip (Inrli g the winter. This
wmk will be completed In a short time,
and will tnetir an eluiiidv.t eapp!y ot
water for the big mill during the winter.
From the Bee.
Miss Margaret Ultchcock and mother
returned to San Marclal TueVay
Mrs U. K Martin aud daughter Mattie,
of Rl Paso, are In town. Mr. Martin ha
a situation with th Southern Paclflo in
iilm Kdltti KreuUs and Mi Minnie
McConch, who were attending tiie Agri
C iltural college at Maxilla, have returned
h'tra until the dinger of stnsll pox cou
tiglou I over In that vicinity.
Mlsee Mae and lUrilet Havage, two
Ti-ry attractive young ladle of Virginia.
Ill , and friend ot K. II. fl llsnn, aceom
paniil Ml Margaret Hitchcock to San
Marcial. and will probtbly spend the
Three hnndrrd Invitation to attend
th Thaokaglring ball have been sent by
. dnora Orove. Th event promise great
thing socially and greater thing from
th standpoint ot hand m eo-itu.iee
worn by attractive wnmanklnj.
Knm the Register.
We are rellubly Inform -d that four
d h1Iis from small pox r cently occurred
Teller, the little eon of Mr. and Mrs
L. J. Broeheur, is quite sick with a
It is fortunate for J. K. W llliam that
he wue not born tired. It has been more
than a week sluce he has been able to sit
down with any great degree ot aatlhfao-
tlou. His boll Is now getting decidedly
Niccolo b'omoto. of W'inelow Arlt na,
was iu town attending to biiHln. He
formerly lived In Cerrlllos and I Htlll a
property owner here. He control the
two etory building recently vacated by
Joe Granlto and is trying to find a ten
ant for It.
Thank. glvlu Froclaiuatlua.
Kxecutlve Olllw, Santa Ke, N. M., Nov.
7, 1SUM. Whereas, the prealdent of the
United State had designated and set
apart by proclamation ThurNilay, the 21th
day ot November, A. I) 1V.H, as a day of
national llia-kiglvlng, aud has reoum
mended that his follow cltli us on that
day come together lu their several places
of wotHhip, for aervlcea of praine aud
thanks to Almighty God for all blHttelngs
ot the year: Now, therefore, I, Miguel A.
(H. ro, gnveruor of the territory of New
Mexico, do hereby recommend that the
people of this territory observe the same.
It It further recommended that the
sa d the UUh day ot November, A. li. 1'J
be treated aa a legal bollduy in New Mex
ico. let us tbeu refrain from a I unneces
sari labor, and lu our bomea and respec
tive place ot woibhlp, give thkiika and
iiaiee to 11 mi who holda the seas in the
hollow ot Ilia baud, and through Hhoee
beut-Uceut wiedom, not ouly in this tern
tory, but the whole uatiou, haa been nu
preuiely bleet during the paet year.
Let us thai k iluu for the bounteous
barveHte, for the timely rains ami Hie
slowing aim, which have given ua more
than ordinary prueperUy lu i ur croiw,
flocks and berde; for the victories that
have crowned our arms on laud aud sea.
In the cause of humanity ; tor the safe re
turn of so many of our sous who went
out to battle for the right, aud for those
who did not return, but have iroue to the
reward prepared by Him for all who fall
at the call ot duty; let un remember that
"He doelh all things well." To their
allllcted families let us give comfort.
Couolatluu aud deepest sympathy, and
ou that day, wlilcli Is peculiarly Amerl
can by luug eeUbllnhed cunloiu. let our
people reuaw their devotion to eouutry.
nag ami nome.
Let ua put aaide all enmities that may
have arisen in th paat, aud approach
th new year with pure heart, with
"malice toward none aud charity for
" tind of our fathers, known of old:
Lord of our l.ir rluiitf battle line,
kleliraih wtiiwte awttil hand we hold
Llonuniuii utrr palm and pine.
Iild of heat., be w ith u. yet.
Let we foltfet, let wc folsTt."
Dnue at the executive ollliie in the city
of Santa Ke, this the 7lh day ot Novem
ber, lu the year of our Lord one thouxaud
eight hundred aud niuttly-elgbt.
W lllieee uir liaud aud the great seal ot
the territory of New Mexico ou the day
and dale first above writteu,
By the governor,
IbK.l. Mllil'rX A. OTKIIO.
(ill) II. Wsl.l.M k,
Secretary ot the Territory of New Uexloo.
From the New Meilcan.
Peter Smith, the Insane man who has
been conflued In the county jail for some
time past, mi taken to the Insane
asylum In La Vegas by Antonio Windsor.
Corporal J. K Manning, ot Company
G, Klist territorial regiment ot volunteer
Infantry, has been ordered diecharged at
Camp Hamilton, and will at once return
to Ban' a Ke to again enter the service of
the New Mexican.
Mrs. T. B. Catron left Sunday night tor
Chicago to seek the advice of distin
guished physicians there. She may be
away two month.
A. J. Klsuher ha gone on a two days'
hunt In the Pecos country. He prom
lied a doten friends to bring them home
each a 1,000-pound grizzly bear, to say
nothing ot wagon loads of autelope, wild
cat, 'rout aud lots of other things.
Judge John K. McKle aud family will
iu the near future occupy a residence on
Mrs. (Well, ot Chicago, Is at the sanl
tarium visiting with her daughter, Mrs.
Schaaf, ot the same city.
Mr. II. C. Klusell aud two sons are In
Mount Ayr, Iowa, where tbey will spend
the winter vlsting relatives.
The Johnsor, dry washer at Golden Is
provlug a huge succens. The waeher aud
the dredger together are using up a ton
of dirt every Ave seconds, aud there Is an
eucouraniug amount of water to work
with. The aurfuce dirt la being ueed at
present, and It it panning out well.
Kverybotly interested In the outUt Is
Lteuteuant Coleman has gone to Taos
county to complete the survey ot the Ar
royo Uoudo land graut ot 23,000 acres In
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Bacharach have been
beard from at Trinidad, whence they will
go directly to Denver and then eaet to
Clement P. Ortlx, a well known and
resected citizen, and who served with
credit in the New Mexico volunteers dur
ing the war of the rebellion, has been 111
for the past three weeks and Con lined to
bis hourf. Krlday he experienced a
stroke of paralysis, which makes bis con
dition wore. Saturday morning he was
a little better and hope are entertained
for his recovery, although he Is (W year
Secretary and Mrs. Wallace entertained
at dinner two different evenings the paet
week. Ou T need ay eveulug there were
present Mr. aud Mrs. K. A. Kleke, ex -Gov
ernor Burke, of South Dakota; Captain A.
J. Duncan, of Washington; Miss Trotter.
of Montreal, and Hurveyor General Vance.
Ou Thursday evening llioee preut were
Mr. and Mrs. UullUord, the ilisoee ljulll
ford aud Mine Sluipeou, ot Taos.
WALLAC' 111(1 CI Hit'.
Closed tha asoa Her aad Ksturned to
Indiana rur th Winter.
A large crowd of people, who were not
deterred by th chilly autumn air, took
In Wallace's big circus laet Saturday
night. The performance In the big tent
was one ot the beet eeen In this city,
some ot the feature being unusally
good. When the evening performance
waa over, the circus people folded up
their tent aud took their departure for
Pern, Ind., over the Santa Ke system1
Before leaving this city all bands were
paid all and the great majority were left
In this oily from lack of fuuds to pay
their way east. Mr. Wallace paid the
tare tor thirty-five ot the teamsters aud
other helpers, whom he will need at his
winter quarters In Indiana.
W hen the time tor the depar'ure of the
train arrived nearly all ot the circus
people wore crowded on the cars. As the
contract with the Santa Ke called for ouly
thlrty-tlve people, local railroad ofllclals
summoned Mr. Wallace and had him
pick out those he wanted to go with him
aud the remaiuder were ordered
varuoi As result there are over
hundred olrcns people left lu town, who
are not over flushed with funis aud who
will have to be provided for. The
abuudance of labor required out west ou
the railroad. It I believed, will al.t
materially In solving the problem.
Th I ast or th Dlusnuur Itrotlisrs
Joe Dlusmore died at Madrid last Tue
day night of smallpox. Joe Dinsmore Is
the lust of three brother who have die I
at Madrid wtthlu the last fourteen
months. The elder brothers, William
and John, were meuot family, while Joe
was single. They came to New Mexico
some Qfteen or sixteen years agj from
Illluois, and entered the servioe ot the
San Pedro Coal and Coke company at
Carthage, N. M., under the uperlutend
ency ot John Jam, of this city. Krom
Carthage they removed to M idrl 1, where
theeldeet brother Urst died Next the
second brother, aud uow Joe, the last of
the sons. They had a brother J uie
a young man, killed In the mines of
Braidwood, III, many year ago At this
latter place the aged mother still livia
and Joe was her chief menus ot eupport.
the report of his death will be a severe
blow to ber. The Dlnsmore were ee
teemed exceptionally good miners and
From the Herald.
Mrs. Arthur Henry departed on Krlday
lant for Albuquerque, where she will
speod the winter.
I. L. Merrill, superintendent of the Al
bemarle mine aud mill, with bis family
departed on Tuesday for Deuver, Colo.,
where bis family will remain for some
time. Mr. Merrill will return to Blaud
th early part of next week.
T. 11. Benson, wife and daughter,
Charlotte, returned on Monday from I
trip to California. Mrs. Be u son baa re
eunied charge ot the Kxchauge hotel aud
is prepared to entertain the traveling
public lu the same hospital maimer an
Cheater Greenwood aud wife returned
on Saturday last from an ei tended visit
in the eaut. They came by way of Oma
ha, and took a look at the expoaltlou.
Mr. (ireenwood says Ne Mexico ha a
flue collection of minerals, grain, pro
duce, etc., on exhlbitlou, aud that the
territory Is being well advertised by our
commli-sloner, J. J. Leeeou.
The Blaud Milling company has men
When a Japanese
girl marries, she
blacken her teeth,
thus to a great ex
tent marring and
spoiling ber beauty.
would not dream of
but on th con
trary, want their
wives to remain
beautiful and t-
olotif as pos(.
-nLX llile. In fart-
owes it to her
self and aocirty
to preserve ber
amiability to th very end.
Thonsanria of women Mil of this for one
great prevalent reason. While they resort
to every rtevic to preserve their hesuty of
complealon by eitrrnal aptilic.it inns and
poaMtiiy take tha best care of their general
heslth, they are too frequently utterly neg.
lertful of their health in a siiecial womanly
way. No woman can remain beautiful, at
tractive or amiable, who sujfrra from weak
ness and disease of the delicate and Import
ant f-mtnine ortanitn. A woman who
aiitTi-rs in thia way will lose her clearness
of complexion, her eye will becom dull,
worry and pain will mark her face with
wrinkle and she will become nervous,
sickly, fretful and despondent. There i a
sovereign remedy for all trouble of this
description. It ia Dr. Pierce's Favotila
Mv111nsw. rnn4A m, lack of medical at.
lentl'in during chililtiirth. II lasted fur s rxrlivl
of three years, during which mv aiifTcriiig wsa
atnint Indescribable," writes Mrs Kdlth Petty,
of Trsnnns, Chrmkre Nsl.. Ind. Ter. " Owing
to the injuries received rupture. Intemsl dis
placement, etc.. I became a pliv.icsl wreck. I
was ia a constant state of pain iind nt rvims col
lle. I heesme so nervm I frsred insuity.
wr nesrt ws. sneered snt I n. spell.nl pn in
tallon Slid motherins W.. rediirrd In rtreinMh
snd ersild take nos.Ti1 (n,l The d'Vtnrs told
me that recovery wis Imrvmihle without s snr
f ical nperaltrm Mv mnnthlv pert'vli rented en
irelv. Mv mot her bought s IMtleof lir. rierrr'a
l'le.rit Fresctitillon. I l,li twelve tuStles.
Ttiank. to sn All wte Tnividrme snd Ihn-t.s
Pien-e mctlcines. the .vmni.itii. have sll dts.
spte.irrd. I rsn now do s h.rd I'.iy's work, est
snvllinig snd evervthltly t wi.h 1 reranl mv
re. overy a. permanent. fr It li nt.irly liv.ivfi.l
aioc I .Vipped Inking lc. Pierce t mrdhinca."
Piano for rent W hitney Co.
Boys' overcoat, fio cent, at llfeld'e:
Copper and tin work. W hltney Co.
Picture frame and room moulding.
Whitney t o.
Attend special sale ot silk at the
Kconomiet this we k.
Ijullee' military and walking hats, tn
,11 the new shade. Koeenwald Bros.
Beautiful dree goods, 25 cent a yard;
Worth op to 0 cents. B. llfeld & Co.
Latent style In men' Goodyear welt
shoe at f iJ0 at the Green front. W ni.
A complete line ot Dotted meat and
delicacies for luncheons aud picnics, at
He Hi Indies' corsets tn black, white
and drab, aft cent each this week at II
A big line of men's working glove at
a pair at the Green trout. Win.
Have you seen the latest novelty In
neck chalus at the Kconomtstr It is the
The freeheut stock of staple and fancy
groceries are to be found al Bell A Co.',
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
fbird street. He ha th nlceet freab
m-t In th citv.
Bring your mag ixlns and mmletoTHit
i lTir.KN ttllce) and have them ueally
bound In book form.
Life I a constant battle, made easier
by using Cerrlllos hard and soft coal.
Sold by Hahn & Co.
Fresb vegetable, fruit In season
poultry and staple groceries, at Bell A
tfe.'a. Second street.
C A. Grande, Sufi north Broadway, One
Honor and cigar. Krenh lime for sale.
Kurulebed rooms for rent.
If you want a hair, bath or cloth brneh,
buy It this week and save 2.r per cent. J.
11. 0'Hellly & 1'c Druggists.
The finest photos ever made In the city,
at reduced rate, at the Albuquerque Art
Parlors, 113 north Third street.
Have you ever tried Hahn A Co.' Kin-
d Ingr The ladles are delighted with It,
and the men have quit chopping wood
The brat place for good, juicy steaks
and roasts and all kind or meats, kept
lu a Urst claee ruitfket, al Kieluworta'.
Bachechl & (iionil, the beet place In
tli city for hot and cold drinks. Call
and see them. Kiue luucu always on
Itlng np the New Mulco collection
Agency ( iitouiatln telephone it2), aud
te.l u about thai tough account you
All Hie litest fancy drinks, hot and
Cild, at our soda fountain. An expert
mixologist In attendance. J
& Co., druggiHta.
Our entire new I'ne of canes, jackets
Mini ladle' tailor-made suite at a r.dnc
turn of & to DO per rent, on accmut of
removal. Uoldeu ltule Clothing Com
pany. All silk velvet In burnt orange, pluk.
light blue, srawherry, royal purple, new
blue, and the different shitdea of red. In
navy blue aud white at 1 a yard. Kos
Underwear or ludles, gents, Mlneee
and children, aluo big Hue of hiwlery,
have our full line now. They will be
sold at our unmatchable low price.
Golden Hule Dry Goods Co.
A complete line ot ladles' Hue shoes
Just received at the Green Front Hhoe
store, also a nice line of children' school
hoe from hie. to 1.2o These shoes
are made by th beet manufacturers In
the country. Wm. Chaplin.
fc.v' U w-VvywWwtVivysi
fii Vie- O
3H'ayjaji mi .iii.. mas.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
The Bank of taro in Albaaucraue, N. R
DEALS IN FOREIGN RXCI1ANOK AND I .WHS LKTTF.R9 OF CREDIT.
SollclU Accounts and OITert to tVposltora livery Facility
Conilstent with Pmtltalile Banking.
Vc 'Beys: Bob, how rl,. ycu mike n th Kg ulf?
Uri I givt my ciutorr :r. a pic c f E Jit i A I
It is no I
ngcr a secret that the quality of
is di.r.":i c it from that of .Tr y other chewiiifj tobacco
u;.c. it stands t rc.iscn t i .-it it is titter
i v.r .
:..t othjr chewing t j.icco:
five times more t'u:i r.:v c'.Iicr Lrand?
villi coxr. You can-ta-.tc.
D.ittle Ax tastes
Ms riht an J is "right."
You can foci (he cyc
tiot foe! the mouth with
light chews right c
.a S . . l-iril t es. r rsi
ftsfc- jik.: soi SfasafeSaVS.. ass., i
'rf far m- M jm? afi) ,,n ' ''"' Wl l'ri'nrh M. rib-tan, will quirk lr cur rmi nf all Ar
lnv I f " V"" or .ii.-M.- nf Hr trim rUiv uruftMa, urU M lMl Htuihond
M J A )l mi. laa railt.atlll LllK . Val . HlltlriHI r. II I Lull i llR. NprVotlB lhUiW.
i m t v.,
, 1 ti0in" l JHaiiry. ilittaiiiitliiv Irhi, Vrlrwal ft)
ttn. I I ts - ll Kil lirMf. ur hat of nisii. rrovitntai qilan
m-rmm ftll tii horriirt ir impoifiH-r. t r w. r-tmamm yw utn,
r I ri kin. . .. h nrlt etrr (trrajt-al'I .Ul luiiiunu
MtrtnaTihn n) rnUirtf. mll sH "altiai, m M
IllKH-l mi' t'I-rs.UT. ayaau iaajiinvrn
ajCFORK aa A
litis. CIH'lliKN ft Is thsmiljr Iikp.ii r.nr. to diresrllhoel
rtllen susrsntee (Ivsa ai'it a-.xK-f .tunwsl If Ms t-i -tis-s l
' 4f firim t otsU s4 t. ra. Simlfc Mil tsHlassS;
lw urmaasiii aaafr
, IIAVDL MRlllCIHB Cit., P. O. I to I 101. Baa frssclseo. Oal.
For Sal at WHlton'i Drue Ston
18 one ot the nlctst retort tn ttie
rliy ami Is siiiille! with the
best ami flnest liquors.
HEISCH A BETZIEB, Proprietors,
I'atroiisauil frlemU are cord lull j
Invited to visit "The Elk"
S09 Weat Railroad Avenue.
Vry FirjPet V irt h,
Liijuors ami Cigars.
Third St, and Tijeras Ave.
Atlantic Beer Hall!
8CHNKIDKK ALU. I'rps.
Cool Ki-tr Heeron draugliti the Bneal Native
Wine and tue very beat of tint-class
Liiiiora. Olve ua a call.
Kaii Road Avcnik. Al.si oi r aul a.
All kinds of Fresh and Salt
Meats. -:- -: :
Steam Satuage Factory.
EMIL KLEINWORT, Prop.
Self Shining Stove Po'IhIi
Hoinsthlns New. Haa no Kiiial.
No Mlilng. No UiihU No Smell.
Large sire Bx tj mail 10 cents.
Manufactured and for sal b
C. E. DENNY. Albuquerque,
ror sals hy dealers.
S JI Perfect
5 Infant rood
A. SSS S I I
S'TRocrSuBSTiTuTe Fop V
MnrurDt Must Fno MA W"
SVtAflS TH ICAOing Brand.
IHFANT HIALW inn FRlt. V
av (.aotsate Mils Q. sis vom
Laud Oflte Uaatassa.
Kor tli week eudlojr Toetelaj,
veuilier h, the following bualutstti
traueauted iq the 1'uited Htate
0UI08 In Bauta Ke:
NoVeuiuer 'i CaeiatIO (iallegisf, 1 til .05!
acree. kio Arriba county.
November 3 diaries M Tonkinsoii, ho
acres, Han Jntu coiiniy
November 4 Victor Vigil, HI1) acres,
San Miguel county.
November Vsldro Martin, im) acres,
'INAL ChhTIKICATtM IbritKU.
Noveiutier 3 -(i urge J.Taylor, 80 acris.
otii Juuu eoiiuiv
Niiveuilier U - KiHeo Looec. 1U1 85 acres.
Nov . ber o Juan da Jesus A bey t a,
Itwui acres, t'olfax C4iuuty.
Noveinlier 3 Ca-dauo Gallegos, 1.02
acres, hlo Arriba county.
rruui New .alaait.
Keeftoo, New Zalanii. Nov. 23, lS'.ifl -I
am very tileawd to stale tliav eliae 1
touk tbeageury of Cbaiuberlalu'a aiedi
li. U Hlelly clues the sle lias beeu very large, uiore
eapeciaiiy oi me iougu nenieoy. in tan
years 1 have sold niore ot Hits particular
remedy tliau ot all utber uiakes fir tl.e
previous live years, As to Its elllcitcy, l
lavs been lurormed by ecores of persons
of th stood renulW tliev bave rwelvefl
from It, and know its value from the use
ot it iu my own household. It la so
plea-ant to lake that ws have to plane
the bottle beyoud tbe reach of the elnl
dren. K J HCATI.IIIL'BY,
Kor sal by all drugirlst.
ritKKI fKrtl rHKKI
A Lira klaa Portrait, Crsyuo, Casts I or
Tatar Color, frss.
Iu order to Introduce our excellent
work we will niake lu any one sending
us a photo a Life Hiss Portrait Kre ol
Charge. BUiall photo piomplly relurued.
fcxacl llkeueea aud highly artistic tlulsli
guarautcel. Heuil your photo at one to
t . I, alAltr.t'HAL AUT I U,
318 Kim HI., lianas, Texas.
'HB.'.KJJ.'J'I B1H-W" 11 - 'B 'J.'. '1L1
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Dppository for the Fanta Fe
I 1'ariflc anil the Atchiflon.lo
) prka & Santi Fe Railway
t i ompaniea.
Authority Capital 0,000,000
Paid-up, Capital, Surplus
and Profit ...JlM.OOO 00
OFFICERS AND MitErOUS.
JOSHUA 8 RUTNOLOJ Presldsnl
It W. KI.1 KNOY Vic President
A. A. KKKN rashler
FRANK McKKK Assistant Cashier
A. A (iKANT.
M. 8. Otiro, Prealdent. J. C. IIalhsidos. Lumber, W. C. LitovAHn, Capitalist
B. P. Srat'STart, Vir Prealdent. A. KlsKMtsK, Klaemann llnw.. Wool.
W. 9. STSK'Kl.sa, Cs.hlef. A.M. Hl.Acawai.L. llns. His. awell Co., (Jrorar.
li. 1. Emerson, Assistant Cashier. W. A. Maxwsll, Capltaliat
Depository for Atchlsor), Topcka & Santa Fc Rxilway.
GROSS BLAGKWELL & G9
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond C. Soap, Curtice IJros. Canned
Goods, Kansas City Halting Powder, Sulphur,
Wool Sacks, Stoneware.
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas and Glorieta, New Mexico.
the ST- IE
SAMPLE AND CLUB POOM.
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.,
J'SEPII BURNETT, PfiOFIilETOB.
ISO ' t RallroMd Avena. Alboquaran.
L. B. PUTNEY,
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Car Lets a Specialty,
Carrtea tha Laraeea aad
Moat KaUaalva alack mt
STAPLE : OBOCEIUES.
To bt Foaad Soalhwctt.
Farm and Freight Wagons
RAILROAD AVENUE. t i t ALBUQUERQUE. N. V.',
mFm O- S3 LXLaXlRLXXXS-Xl,,
atlT it 4
Y-iimJ .r.i.." iitU.-.'--. ... .issi. i
lllldl, f liilir,
llll, CE t
First St and Lead Ave., Albuquerque.
r.sth or . u. to.nllr.
A J. Klfliarda rt-cvlved a lull gram ou
Tui'mIkt auiiouiicliiir tli iltiath of IiIh
fdtlier-lo law, A. 0. Covolixr. at rit. Paul,
Kan , at tli ana of 71 jcrn. The de
eriawtl li avmi a widow aud Uvo cklldreo
three daiiglitorH aud two atiun two of
ttiem residents ot Bau Uarcial, In the
purmiUH of Mt. A. J Hletiards and Un.
Wui Itiihiu. All the eliililreu were
present alieu the uioiueut of dissolution
a rived, and no UIUI dutj was uegleted
during the trying ordeal of alvkueeit aud
death. Sau Uarcial Bee.
Mm. T J. Currau utertalnrxt the
lml lee of the Shakeeueare club ami mune
of their gentlemen frleude at her home
last Saturday ulght. The evening was oe
eupled Witt) Intellectual contests aud th
inner man waa also reuuinbered. ThiMe
preeent were Urn, Joe (ioodlander, Ur.
aud Mrii. Kd. Krani, MIhwhi Mamie aud
Ida Suniiueni, Oxgooil, Winstou, Ruth
bone.Uerierti. Alger, Htlugle, Varrell, H. P.
Owen, Doutulrt aud Ward.
CRESCENT COM YARD
GALLUP COAL-Bt Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Frright Olfice iMn.
A, J. CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 164 MM
Old Te'eohone No. 25
Leave ordtriTrimble'i stable
JACOB KOUHEM CO
Maoa'aotnrar ' I an4 Dih In
The lUmi Kantoru-Miule Vehicles.
Fine Hone-ShoelDC a Specialty.
KHtlNfacttontiiiHrnutetd In All Work,
k'piiirlup, Palntliiif and Trimming
Done on hh' rt .Notice, : : : : :
Stop, Corner Copper Ave. tod First St.,
AI.Hl yi Kltijl K. N. M.
ror O.sr rtrt .sn.
An Old ami H kll-Tkikh Ukukuy.
alra. ttiunluw'a Hoothiug byrup liar
Imwu used lor over Ufly tests lit million
of luither tor their clillilieu While Weill-
mi ir. with perfect success. It soottit-s the
child, aitfteua ti e guiue, alia)' all pitlu,
curen wind on lie, aud In the t-Mt reinrdji
for diarrhoea. It in pleasant to the tuste.
-mid hi druifglet lu evt-rj (art ol the
world. TwkuIv live cents bnltie. lu
value iii incalculHlile. He Hiire aud aek
for U re. WuihIow'h Hoolhlng Syrup ami
take no other klud
Bpeclal eUe kodak alhiiuw made to
order at Thk CiTitKN bluder. Call and
see sample am get prices. They make
elegant CiirletmuM glfU.
Children', jouths' and hojs sulw, at a
great saving to you. The largeet a-stort-uient
lu town to eelect from, lioeeuwuld
The turtle fad in all the rune. Bee the
turtlee, ouly at the KuouomUt.
lliiiihle lilankeie fur 75 cents per pair
Large eize brile for t'l uO.
Nice vhliilren'a rm-kers for uO cento,
l.mliea' rockers from tl.uO to tl M
l.itrge sf Ice turn of Nomjn Blunkels.
The beet selection of irou bl8 iu the
The "Duplex" niHttrewi beet for $7 10
Tlis lt.l t'lastsr.
A piece of tUiinel lUiulienetl with
Cliamlwrlalu'e i'aiu haliu and bound ou
to the atlected purls ih aiiperlor to any
planter. Hheu trouhled with a pain in
the chest or aide, or a liiiue back, give it
a trial You are certain to be more than
pleased with the prompt relief which it
afTirds. I'aiu Bairn is also a certain cure
for rheumatism. Kor aale by all drug
That l-.ui.Ls Majr Know
That Joe Hull Is from Missouri, he has
opened a ladles' aud genUt' shoe shining
parlor and repair simp on Hecoud street,
Lei I diKr to Kanklu'e real estate otlice.
A. VMilte, au eipert ehoemaker, In with
Joe aud they eolicit your patronage.
Are you In need of a uew ledger, jour
ual, cash book or apeciully ruled blanks
of any kind? Or perhaps you have a pile
of magazluea that ueed binding, If no,
cull at Tug ClTUKN bindery and get
prices, Beet workmanship, prices U. K
I.aillee' kid gloves, at all prices, lu all
shades. Our gloves at 1. and upward
are guaranteed. lioseuwald Bros.
BALLING BROS , Phoi'Hirrohti.
Wt'diling Cak.fs a Spftially !
We Iieelre Patronage, and we
fluarautee Klrst-CIatis Baking.
TeU'gniph iinlera solicited and prointly tilled.
"a. e. walkek,
Secreta'j Hctuil But din j Assoctitloa.
tlltlis at J. C. Haldrltlfs's l.arubsr Yard.
aa.araat V Hip of Back.
Hsrala I Mo sadarattapa.
Itk Coailart. J Moral atosoa.
210 Railroad Avenue.
Mutuil Itlepboai 143, - Albuqaorqoe, N, H.
QUICKEL & BOTHE, Props.
Huccesaora to FRANK. M. JONES.)
Finest Whlski ?, Imported and Domestic Wine and Cognacs
Tbe Coolest and Highest Grade of Lager Serred.
F.ncst Billiard Ml jo m TerritO'j.
Einest and Best Importedand Domestic Cigars.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
WHKKLKR'3 OLD 81I0P BKTRKKN
GOLD AND rilLYKK AVK.
Locks rcnaired, keys made and all kinds
or repairuiK none.
Can't Be Beat
Uuv or Sell.
208 COLD AVENUE.
Second street, between Uullroad and
Horses and Mulct bought and exchanged.
Livery, Hule, Feed aud Trausfer Stublee.
Beat Turnout in th City.
Addr.t V. U TRIMBLE Co.,
Albuquerque, Nw Mexico.
I KtulutMrd hy
Busine s en
N. W. ALGET
Agent for New Mriicb
Aim Asent for the tswt BUILDING and LOAN A330 :i ATIOM.
HTOCK KOH BAI.K.
HON KY TO LOAN
The Ik-st and Finest L iquot s and Cigars, Imported and Domestic,
Served to All Patrons.
Late of the
TOT1 Sc OsRssA-IDI.
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND GRAIN.
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Good. aa
Sola Agents for Ban Antonio Llmt.
New Telephuie 247. H'A, tli AND ill NOliTH THIHD SL