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THE EXCaLEN'CE OF SYfitT CF TIGS
la due not only to t'ie orii'ina'ity and
ImplioitJ of the cninluiirttion. Iut alar
to the care and ! ill Willi which it I
manufacture-il jr soli titifiu prie-esaos
known to the Caiitkma Kin Ml hit
Co. on j. and we wish to Impress npou
all the Important of purchasing the
true and original rvinedy. Aa the
genuine Syrup of Kigs la manufactured
by the Caufohjii Km Krrujp Co
only, a knowledge of that fact wlU
assist one la nvoliling the worthless
Imitations mn mi fuel need by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cam
roRXlA Fid SrMfF Co. with the medi
cal profession, nnl the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Fig haa
given to million of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the exorllunce of lia remedy. It la
far to advance of all other I natives,
aa It acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and It dors not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please re me ruber the name of
t) i Company
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
aJ r4CIC, Cat
LaM TILLS. Kr. r vans. .
TIF L1 I.AII.V nlTIVUV
Ttrmi of ubtwrlptioa.
Pdtlv. hv m.. one rmr
iu.y. by tnttil. ii nionili-)
ulv. Iv mail, tlircr months
., 1 5(1
I'miy, ty man. one iiiimut
m I v. bv carrit r. unr n to nth "il
Wf aly; lv Til, vrr vrsr 9 no
1 H R Daii.Y t iTllx will ! delivered It
llir rti y at the low rat of 'Jo rrnin per e-k. or
(or centa r nioti.t., wlifn fan mmittily.
1 hen- rat a are le than tluiae of any other
daily paper in the tcrhtoiy.
A DVkRTISINH RATKH made known on
i&. application at the onic- ol pulil cMlon.
THKCITIZKN Job nttire la one nf .lifters.
in trie uMit' wf-M, ami an Kinn or un
printing la executed with neatneaa and a. U -
'I IIK CITIZEN 1MNPKKY la comp'ete
1 and well lined ti do any kind ol Urn 11 or
TIIK CITIKN will le handled at the ofll
I MilMK-ript'ns will teroii
ed bv II.
Tiltun, or can be pa d at the
NUTIC K ! hfrrhy rjrtvrn that rmtrra given
tv r.nilove upon III C'lilKN will
not he no oted unlena , revmualy enUtna d bv
111 K CITIKN la on aale at the fol!own
il;rea In the rttv: . K Nrwcomrr, a 14
Hallroad venue; Hawtiy'a Ne l foi, .Soinh
ecuml Mtre t; A ,M,iton A I t ' o vto
Kiultod aenue, and lluivey'a Luting lloue
at the at ot.
THK r'RK" LIST Tin free lint of Tim
UTiAkM piiiItw ea !' e ot hiMlm. Mar-
PRftea, ' uiirr;da Ue.itha. t hurt It S-tvtt e and
Lntertalnmrnu w ture no ailti"-K" if( 'hrtrcJ.
Ill OIIKS Mi l hi H.rt I,
Kl tirn and 1'ubhnhrta,
itchison, Topfk Si Santa F.
fKOM Til a NORTH AniU'l
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No. 91 Meiito r.iiiru.- rj;"6 am
from Tita wkst
Ni. s Atlantir kurrs ....
TNo. 4 C'uliloruia l.itn trd.
fiOINO w kh r
So. 8 Callhtrniy l.imitrd .
No. lfacitic i-.kprvsa
. lo:'jri pin
. 1 1 am
Not. 1 and 3, Parilic and Atlnntic Fxprti,
hav- Pullnian palat'r tlr winy loom cam, lour.
'I flet'pina cat unci chair rxra lietsct'ii C hp
caao and l.oi Any lr anil an h laiu in'ii.
Ncm. and M. Mrl'c o mim Im al Kiprfw.
have Pullman pal.ue car and chair lata trorn
hi Haao to Khiimu l itv.
1 hr Calllnrnia I imilrd la III? litest and fifl
et tranncoitlini'nlal tram rvrr run. Itinnifa
only tlia'-clana lull imv paaM-nyera and make
very lew atopi.
Momliiy. Wedni'ilav and Krnlav only.
m, 'i'urwclay. 'J huraiiay ami Sunday only.
V H. I K( LI , Joint A(nl.
Illomratrid Kulry No. 3Mi).
Molll lor f ublll'alloB.
Ijind Oftire al fania Fe. N. M , 1
tlrlntirr I mm. I
Niillirls lien ly uivrn tn.n l lie follnwmK
namiMl aelller ha lilrd nolu e of lui inti unon
In make li al pmmii in auppoit ol ll claim, and
Himi luiiit nriiiil ill lie n Hile hefote the Ulolnile
cleik ol all IK la i mmty. at l.on l.iinaa. New
Mrikii, on Nnvem er Hn, In.im, ,.: Hi nry
C. Moarlry, l.il tie M' Ns'l.N I-1 l4.
tWl4 N M aiU NWki bE' ot ctiou 7. T..
4. N. K. tl K.
lie namea the (olio inir ltneiwe o prove
his continuous res ili'iu c upon ami cultivation
ol said laud. Vlt s Jooe I rullllo. f. L . Ham. Ill,
Pedro l.ucrro and Antonio Sauls, all of Kaat
lew, New Mi iuo.
Makvil R. Otemo, Kt'iister.
Laat Wdl and Teatament of Juan Cordoba,
To MnrllMta Tafolla. rieviaev, reaidnt of Cor
rale. N. M. and to all whom it may con-
You are hereby notiflt dthat the alleged last
will and teatament o Juan i'nrdtiba, Inte of
the county ot bernaliilo and territory of New
Memo, rfece,tMti, bat been produred and retid
bv i he clerfc of the ijrubitte court tf the county
of Berna illo, tfrrilorv of New Mex'ro, on the
Hilt day ol ioveinler. Imin, anil the day of
the ptovinu of aanl ulu-kred ihm will ami tcta
miMit wuh. bv order of the ludif e of nitl ciiurt
tbereubitn li&ed for Mondity. the Mb day of
OecemU r. A. 1. Ihuh. term of .aid court, at
It. si'rliu k In it e forenoon ot it.tlu ilnv.
(tiven uitiler ny hand and the arid of an id
HKALj court thin 11th day of NovemlnT,
A. 1 lnf 4.
J. C. HAI OMIIMJIv.
Ltl l('ITlR-4 WANTkl)
l j ieni rnifii. lur our tomplt te i
gentlemen. br our tomplt te aeU of Juvm
lie Booka for the bid (Uy-. Ka 1) ael ha 1
UHtka vraded fir litlle onea to grow n up lulaa.
Kach booh, charnnnir . delm litlul, i uptivatnui,
j'ricea ranire from Oo to aj.ut. 1 nrye book,
eai h ovetllowiiipi with harpy illurtration.
1 remendoui aeTera Nothuiif like them l-our
numtha uolden hut vent lor fiiernelic woikera.
Lieilit ry ivrn. rreight puu;. Miktytwi cotnmia
aiona. liuttit witti tanplea of ail tour book
free. Send twelve litem tUtti,' tor paying
part only of the potMtze alone. irop all trnr.li
and clear fttoo a montti w th our eicliisive
Juvenile. IIIKNAIK NAI- lit M)K
CKK.V. JL'VKMI.K 1'KfT., C II IC A it
The nnderaitrned. hnvlnir teen appointed
executor of the Iat will and tenttHrnent of Mra.
A. J- LaMCotnb, deteaned. ami having be-en
granted Irttera tet.t.tnietitury by the protat
court witlun ami for the county of HernahlU
trrntorv of New Mellio. hcit iV ivr nolK
lit Mil iieriuina know irtu tliem-'i vr mdebtt il It
aid eatate to come torw anl and wcitle, and all
oprtutiia. Imviiiri claOtna autll!Tt r.t id entate ate
nut i lied to prcient the Mine w itl.out dely aud
w ithin the time pres nled by law t the un
dervignrd for ai tion of the honorable probate
court. C h Aa. II. HAHiiiMH. KieiHtor.
a a Ideal I'lac.
If yon are searching for the Ideal ell
male In the I'ulted Mates In which to
speud the winter mouths, where you can
als nnd a but mineral water uuetir
passed for the cure of rlp-umatism, kid
Uey aud stomach disorders, sud a new
and neatly furnished T ana-del Con
uelo," run upon the American plan and
with American cooks, with splendid
bathing accommodations and a pluce
where consumptives do not disturb your
peace and comfort for they are not iu
vlted go to Hudson Hot Hprluga. on the
Hatita Ke railway In Grant county.
Write A. K. Graham, Hudson, N. M , for
Lost Kousb KlOer.
A telegram from Bauta Ke suys that a
search party wa orgaulxed there about
tuldulght Sunday night, and sent Into
the mountain to search tor frank
Fries, a baker and former Rough Rider,
who 1 supposed to have lost bis bearings
while out bunting. Optic.
A TRAGIC DEATH.
Lsn.ll D'fnto, of Stall Ff, McI Vtlh
Fsial Accident at C:rrlllot.
Tut OTI7.K on Monday pabllahed an '
article to the rffet that Loali Dlcneo, I
wbo hu rrlitiTM IWlug In this eity, had
oommitted sule'ds at Cerrlllos on Sunday
by ahootiiifj hlinssif. Blue then tacts
hare derelepod which ahiw that bis death
waa brought about by accident! shoot
ing, and In e-moeatinn therewith the fol
ium lug article Is taken from the ew
thetoonwas etarll-Ml Sumlay aftir-
niii by a report from trrrlilna that
.nti'.a DiKiietk atfd XI, and eon id Joiiii
lllgili-o, of tl ii cii. had met with a Mill
den aiid trriglc dealh lhat tu irulua; froiu
a pistol eliou It ai at Ursl ihoua-ht lie
had c in muled aniride, bui an eiaiutna
t'oti nf the wnnud later, aud i lie circiini
eUiire atnrouinllii the rase, fall to
ahow that the Ublotiunaie younuT tuau
rama to Ms d-stn in any auun niauuer
I he facts In the ease, as gleaned, are aa
The deceased had Rons over to Cer-
rll'04 to collect niuiieys due on a monu
ment, and iHiti)flii a round trip ticket,
thus shoffiug that be had In ten le I to
return buy. iiignao reKlaiered at the
local hotel UMturilay night, aud aro e
al nut 7 a. ni. eh 1 1 putting on Ida
trousers the loaded 3H six shooter he was
nut to cstrj ltd hloi fell nut ot the hip
pocket, and the Imtrjmer etrlklng SKainst
the aide of the bed, the weapon was dis
charged. The bullet entered the nufor-
ttinaie young mans bndr between the
fifth and sixth ribs on the left aide, and
ranging upas d, paased through the
b art and lodged In the spins back of the
aorta and ab lit four Inches tieluw the
neck. I he wound, of course, was mortal,
and IHgneo died tmmedia'ely, f-tlling
Pac on to the Iwd. I here the hodr laid
until after 11 o'rlf rk. The proprietor of
the hotel saw It theie, but from the posi
tion lhoiiHIil the uiiiig man had eouie
In late and not entirely undressed before
railing asleep. 8o It was nearly 10
o'clock before an examination was ninde,
and then the tru u ittire of the situation
was discovered, and the gun was found
lying ou the llmir. Carlos Dlgneo, uncle
of the deceased, whs wired luilil sllately
and sell CiideitHkcr riaguer loCerrllliat
with a ci fil l ai d a wagon. The remains
re brought to this city Inst night and
emtisiiued before Inking thern to the
house on the south aide. Mr. and Mrs.
Digneo wi re prostrated when the news
was r ken to theni.
The deceased whs a member of the A.
0 1'. VV and the Woodmen of the World,
and as suicide wcull effect tti'-uranc a
held in thise orders, aa well as the mat
ter of a Catholic burial, an anto;e-y was
h-ld th a noon, this aettlul all con
roversy by showing that the sdooiing
was em Irelj accidental, and r-un i le did
not enter Into the case at all. The
(uiiefHl was held frorn the cithe iral nt
t . in Tuesday, aji'h Interment In ths
Kosarlo cemetery. Foreman Jack Owen
slid twelve stone cullers from the capital
hull lug att' iided the (uncial.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another meut dl.- covery has been made,
and that Its, by a lady In this country.
"Disease fastened Its clutches upon her
and for seven years she wlilinlood Its se
verest tests, hut her vital organs were
undermined and death seemed Imminent
for three months she coughed Incessant
ly, and could not sleep, bhe Dually dis
covered a way to recovery, by purchasing
or ns a home or nr. rung s New uiscov
ery for Cousuntpllou, and was so much
relieved on taking the Urst doe, that
she slept ill night, and with two bottles,
haa been absolutely cured. Her name la
Mrs. l.uther Lull." 1 litis writes W. C.
Ilamnilrk A Co., of Shelby. N. C. Trial
bottles free at J. H. O'Kielly & Co ' drug
store. Regular site GO cents and 11.
hvery bottle guaranteed.
Archbishop tiros Itoed.
A. M. niackwell to-day received a tel
errant from Jacob tiroes, at Baltimore,
ld., stating Uat his brother, Win. U
Gross, archbiehnp of Oregon, had died In
llaltlmore to day, says the Optle. Jacob
Grows was called on Saturday, from Ids
St. Louis home, to the bedside of bis
brother. An Associated Press dispatch
received t'lls afleruonu announces that
ths death tojk pluce at ot. Joseph's hos
pital and was caused by heart disease,
The archbishop bad gone to his old Bal
timnre homn to attend the celebration ot
81. Charles college, Ktliot City, Md., aud
was taken elck on the 6th of the present
month. Mr. Gross was one ot the most
distinguished Catholic prelates ot this
for Over Fifty Vaara.
An Old and Wkix-Third Hkmkiv.
Mr-t. VMiihIow'h Hooililna hyrup httn
betiii uMed for over tlfty yeara tiy millions
of moiheru for their children whim teeth
irikT, with perfect HticreHd. It (totrlheti the
child, nofteim the sntufi, allaytt all pain
curett wiud conn, mid In the bent remedy
for diarrhoea, it la pleanaiit to the Unit-
Sold ty tlni(ratta lu every part of the
world. Twenty live reiitH m bottle. Hh
value t fricaU'ulahle. Be sure and a-k
for Mri. WluHliw'a Soothing Byrupaod
take do oi her kind-
fouud HsDgliis; lo a T res.
A man named Tease who eame to town
some two months ago and found his way
out to the Catalpa mine, being taken In
by Mr. aud Mrs. Kelner, who In their
klinlliearteduftna kept him as he was sick
aud unable to do much. He received the
best ot care from them aud yet failed to
Impfovo. Three weeks ago yesterday he
left the house In a suit ot Keleer's cloth
ing, presumably for town, aud was never
seen again until bis refusing were fouud
on Huuday last hanging to the low
branch of a piujou tree to which be had
hanged himself. He was evidently moat
determined In the act, fur be had liter-
lly to sustain hlmnelf In a position
(here the weight of hU body would be
thrown upou bis neck, aud he evidently
died from strangulation. A party of
young folks were out lu the hills and
touud his body and carried the alarm
back tu the Ca.alpa. A box was made
aud taken out, aud be was, after Identifi
cation, cut down aud placed therein, be
ing burled at the spot where touud.
Nothing Is known of bin tututly or pre
vious circumstances. Gallup Gleaner.
Iu lv 7 Thiw Mclutosh, of Allentown
Teun., had an attack uf dysentery which
became chr. ulu. "I was treated by the
beet physicians u Kast Teiiuessee with
out a cure," he a.t)s. "Finally I tried
( bttiuberlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea remedy. After using about twelve
bottles I was cured aouud aud well." For
salt) by all drug-gluts.
About H o'clock last ulght Machinist
Isaac Hluis sustained a bad scalp wound
and seal ling ot his left side by falling
off the deck of an euglua in the round
bouse into the ash pit. He managed to
keep his head out ot the boiling hot
water aud escaping steam but his left
side was fearfully scalded. Dr. Hhuler
accouipanled Ur. Situs to the Las Vegas i
hospital this moriiliig and at last acivmiits :
be was resting vsry eay -Raton Re-
Jud- Hugh Uumu I'assr. Awsy.
The community was shocked yesterday
to know t at Judge Q ilnu had pas.-ed
out of life. He had been 111 for only
few days and uol many people wer
aware of even his slckuess until the day
of Ml death. H tu a?lld with bm
orrtwrM oo fftlomJay and sank rapidly
ronw qnant on so rat a h-s tf Mood as
b o(Iord, and ancrnmhel yraterdiysf-
tvrnnoD, paaaloc airay withnal morh
snfTwrlnt He will I btirird to mnrro
froiu lha Chmrh of lh Sarrrd Heart and
wa hare no doubt that so nnuanal trib
ute of rwpoet will be puld to the old
rwldrntot Gallnp. We will present an
obituary notict In our next number. Re
offer our alnrere coiidoletire to the fam
ily In their grent lose. dsliup (iltai er.
A Klca Prom a ftleker.
The following letter his b rn handed
to the Iteming Headlight for publication
with ths remarks which f'd!ow:
Orm a or N. II. Whit. DrKTisT. 1
ml aa C n r. N. M . Ni.v. 7, isea. I
To Justice of the IVscr, IH-ming t
Dear 8 r I w mid re-p-cfnlly csll
your attention to the lawspf ISHs for the
regulation ot the practice ot deutletry In
I hear that there has recently come to
lenrng a ilriiUat from California, and I
frequently hear ot rtentMs bi ll g allowed
to practice In liemlng withi ut a license.
I wish run would send an officer to see
It this man has a House, and It not, and
he has been practicing Illegally, that you
otilil proceed sgaiiPt htm.
Ion will observe that it niakeanodlf
feretice what a dentist's qualillcatlona
may he, he cannot practice until bis
qualillcatlona have been passed upon by
the Hoard of lental Kxaun tiers, or by
Secretary lr. I) . Mauley, of aula Ke,
and a lie- ne has been Issued
The fact ot bis sending the license fee
doe-i not justify hi in In h -ginning prac
tice, for ths tseiiauce of a lie. nae Co-
not depend on the f. but on proper
qiiililicailoiis to rrscica.
1 wNh too woiihl a'tenil to Ihla nn'lr
not only in the preieut case, bnl kep a
lookout in ths future, as there have been
many complaints made to me In regard
to nullcen-i'd dentists practicing In Imm
n g. ery reepectruiiy,
W. B. Whitr,
Member nf Board ot Dental Kx am in era.
Judge Marshall wishes to say that
Justice ot the peaca of thU product his
duty calls on hint to Wans warrant4 on
compl tints sworn to bsfor-i hltu.and fiat
he la not here lu the capacity nf private
detsctlve and cannot act as snoh..
Now It would seem the prop r thing for
Dr. White, or anyone els, who has
grievance of this kind to corns here and
attend to th m ttter la psrs in. Dsiulng
IlifttUr.' Arulca SmI
The best salve In the world for Cut.
Bruises, bores, I'lcers, Ha't Khenm, Fever
Sons, Tetter, Chapped Hands, I hiiblaln,
Com. and all hkiu Krnpttons, and pnel
tiv dy ci res 1'iles, or no pay required.
It la guaranteed to give perfect eallsrar
llo i or nu n-'T refunded. Trice if cent
per box. for eale by J. II. O'Kielly X
rianoa fur rent. Whitney Co.
Boys' overcoats, 60 cents, at Ilfeld's:
Copper and tin work, w hltney Co.
Fleture frames and room mould log.
Attend special sale ot silk at the
Economist this wetk.
The turtle fail is all ths rags. Bee the
turtles, ouly at the Kconomlst.
Ladles' military and walking bats. In
all the new shades. Koe nwaid Bros.
Beautiful dress goods, 2.1 pen's a jard;
worth up to 75 cents. B. life: I A Co.
Latest styles In men's G'sxhesr welt
shoes at 4i0 at the Green Front, w m
A complete line of potted meats and
delicacies for luucheous and picnics, at
Hee the ladles' corsets in black, white
aud drab, 26 eeuts each this week at li
A big line of men's working gloves at
is a pair at tne Green front, wm
Have you seen the latest novelty In
neck chains at the KcouomintT It Is the
The freshest stock of staple and fancy
groceries are to be fouud at Boll A Co. 'a,
Look Into Klelnwnrt's market on north
Third street. He bos the nicest fresh
meats In the cltv.
Bring your magazine and music to Tux
t itizkn cilice and have them neatly
bound in bong rorm.
Life Is a constant battle, made easier
by using Cerrlllo hard and solt coal.
S lid hy 1 1 nh n cV Co.
Fresh vegetables, fruits In season
poultry and staple groceries, at Hell A
Oo.'s, Heooud street.
C A.Grande, 35 north Broadway, One
Illinois and cigars. Fresh lime for sale.
Furnished rooms for rent.
If you want a hair, hath or cloth hruh,
buy It this week and s.ive 2."i per ceut. J.
li. O'Reilly A Co, Druggists.
The 11 n est photos ever niHile In the city,
at reduced rates, at the Albuquerque Art
Canute, m norm intra street.
Have yon ever tried Hahn A Co.' Kin
d IngY The ladles are delighted with It,
aud the men have quit chopping wood.
The best place for good, juicy steaks
aud roasts aud all kinds of meals, kept
lu a Urst class market, at KlelnworU'.
Hachechl A (ilniiil, the best place in
the city tor hot and cold drinks. Call
and see them. Fine lunch always on
King np the New Mexico collection
Agency (Automatic telephoue 4',)2, and
tell us about that tough account you
All the litest fancy drinks, hot and
cold, at our soda fountalu. An sxperl
mixologist In attendance. J. 11. O'Kielly
x Co., druggists.
Our entire new Un of capes. Jackets
aud ladles tailor made suits al a rednc
tion of 25 to to per ceut. on ace innt of
removal. Golden Kule Clothing Cum
Ki ad the Gulden Rule Dry Goods com
panv's ad. To save the expense of re
moving stock to their new location, this
Urm la idleriug bargains lu all Hues of
All silk velvet in burnt orange, pink.
light blue, srawts-rry, royal purple, new
blue, and the dtlTereut shades of red, In
navy blue aud white at 11 a yard. Kus
Cuderwear for ladles, gents, Misses
and children, also big line of hosiery,
have our full line now. They will be
sold at our uumatchable low prices.
Golden Kule Dry Goods Co.
A complete Hue of ladles' flue shoes
just received at the Green Front rihisa
store, also a nine line ot children's school
sh(a from sun. to fl.25 These shoes
are made by the best manufacturers In
the country, Wm. Chapliu.
sallow Jauadls. Curssl,
Buffering humaulty should be supplied
with every uieaus possihie tor its relief.
It is with pleasure we publish the follow
ing; " This is to certify that I was a ter
rible aurTorer from yellow jaundice for
over sii months, and was treated by
; ut, recommended Klectric Hitlers, and
1 after taking two bottles, I was entirely
u a ..r .1. I.., ..I.uul..tu..u 1.. ..... Aiu
' 1 1 ruil I iwiuv IiibiA irruu t mluaiainru in
vuac-is. uvw auwu pa, i a fii -av ' i a . kj bis
reooiumendlng them to any peraon sut-
ferlnir from this tMrrllils iiihIm1v. I am
ffratefullv vours. M. A llouartr. I.exlnu-
ton, Ky." Bold by J. H. O'Kielly & Co.
Are you in need of a new ledger, Jour
nal, cash book or specially ruled blauks
ot any kind? Or perhaps yon have a pile
a j of magazine that need binding, It so.
call at Ths Citizen bindery and get
prices, Rest workmanship, price 0. K.
One of the moM eminent and skillful
specialist In the I'nitrd State, is the au
thor of a great home medical work that
every woman, whether ynnng or old, ahnald
read. That phyiciun In-. R. V. rierre,
for thlrtT year, chief consulting physician
to the Inrihd.' Hotel and Surgical Insti
tute, at tlurTnlo, N. Y. This la one of the
greatest medical institution, in the world.
In hi. capacity a he.d of this Institution,
Dr. Pierce i surrounded by a staff of nearly
a score of able phT'icians. With the as
sistance of tiii. aiaff of pheslcians during
the past thirty year. Hr. Pierce has pre
scribed for many thousands of aillna wom
en. Hi. "Common Sense Medical Ad
viser" rout. ms ion8 pane, and over .no
Illustrations. It contains several chapters
devoted to the treatment of disease, pecu
liar to women. A paper covered copy is
sent free on receipt of i one cent stamp,
to cover mailing, by the World'. I)ipen.
snry Medical Association, HufT.ilo, N. Y,
French cloth binding tj stamps.
Hvery woman should read it. ft tells
about a medicine that enres all diaonlrre
and Irregularities (rom which women .nf
fee. This medicine is Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It acts directly on the deli
rate erg-ana concerned in wiiehood snd
motherhood. It make. th,m strons,
healthy and vigorous. It allsvs Inflimma
tion, heal, ulceration, stops dchilit utng
drain, and soothe, pain. It Is the rtest.
est of all nerve tonic. In the " Medical
Ailviser " hundred, of women tell their ex
perience, with this medicine The " I-'avov-lie
PreacriptOst " i. for ..ilc by all good
A HOKRIBLB DEATH
Swltcbmm Via Btll Killed In the
Santa Ft Tards
K I. Van Bell was Instantly killed at
the Intersection ot ths Santa Ks and
k(-ilc in Central tracks a few hundred
yards west ot the Santa Fa passenger
depot. Ua had been twitching In the
Santa F)ards for the past year nnder
Yard master kludge. He was In the ant
of cutting off live cars for the house
track when bis toot slipped and he went
nnder the wheels. Six cars passed over
hi body. His left arm was torn from Its
socket, the left wrist waa mangled, aud
the left side of his face was horribly
lacerated. He was dead a hen removed
from beneath the cars. I'ndertaker
Nagh-y was uotlfl-'d and the remain of
the switchman were conveyed to the un
His switch key, which wa In hi
trousers pock-1 at the time of the accl
dent, was cnt In two, while hi watch,
which he curried lu his vest pocket, a
twisted In nihil T dlfTcreut shapes. The
heel was torn from hi left r-hoe which
lead niauy to believe that bis foot got
eaught In a guard rail and t'irew blm
helplessly to ths ground, allowing the
wheels to pass over him -
Mr. Van Bell was a young man S3
rears of ag and was true to his parents
and active In his work. In earlier life
bis sole ambition was to become a switch
man and something over a year ago he
quit a Job at ths smelter to enter the
duties In the Bauta Ke yards, as a studeut
switchman. His adaptability tor this
kind ot work was stain recognized and he
was employed by the company on a
salary. lis was supporting hi father,
mother and sister In a cozy bom uear
the Santa Ke shops. KI Paso Herald.
TO t'l'KK A COI.U IN ONat 111!
Take Laxative Bromo fjuiulne Tablet.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. "i's3. The geuulne L. B. j.
on each tablet.
A I'rsarott llouh Killer
Another Kotuh Hider victory lock
place to dav. Captain (ieo. HroiiKhtcu,
ot the Orand Army, and Trooper (Ieo
Taylor (oolored), of the Rough Kld-rs, be
came lnvolvwl over a little matter of oar
r)lng"Old Glory," recently In a parade
In I'reecott. Hrniitfliton and Taylor tin t
according to aitieetnent this niorniiiK
aud ch se the old opera houie as their
Moro castle. They slujfue.l each other lu
stood sty le, aud as Taylor was onto tHd
movements as executed In Cuba In belter
shape tli an Hroughtou, ow'ugto the anti
quated tactiss that prevailed lu the civil
war. liroughton was flanked on every
movement. Later lu the day liroughton
got his wind back aud pulled down the
11 g ( f truce, when T)lor eiuergi d froiii
behind the trenches, armed with a baee
ball bat, which be used Instead of a ma
chette He parried at the atmosphere
for a time and dually rlchetted on
Hroughtou 's arm. causlug the splinters
to 11 r lively. rlroughton yelled like a
Spaniard and surrendered, and Taylor
went foaming down the street to hunt up
other Kough Klders and shake. He ran
Into Judge Campbell, who put a link
into his fighting Inclinations by holding
hi in before the grand jury In (J'i.fsX)
uiore money than Taylor ever dreamed
of. This Judge evidently don't like
Rough Riders, like the average ArlMiia
voter, and bis autlons do not seem to
warrant the crime. The moral ot the
fight Is don't tuoukey with the Koiluh
Kider. He's a bad Injdu.--t'resrott Jour
Ha war. ol Olulau.ul fvrllalharr that Col
us mecury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole ssletu wlieu entering ll through
the uiui'oih surfaces. Hucb articles
should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do Is ten fold lo the
giant you call possiiily derive from them
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K.
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O , contains no
mercury, and Is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood aud mucous
surface of thesystyin. In buying Hall's
catarrh t ure be sure you gel the geuu
iue. It is taken internally aud Is made
In Toledo, Ohio, by r. J. Cheney A Co.
UrtMd by Druggists, price 7bo per
What a Orliuboa Do.
A Oraphophone will make your horns a
lispiiv oue, for ll is always rea it lo en
tertaiu. It will reproduce the music ot
bands, orchestras and soloists. Vu ran
have niusie of any kind al any time, and
need no skilled performers to render 11.
The inn-do Is there, ths record that will
set the waves of melody In motion again
win-never you touch the button, tin a
Mraphophuue too you can record your
own voice or munlo or any sound and re
produce them Immediately. These varied
and wonderful powers make the (irapho
plione a marvellous entertainer for ths
home, flraphnphoiiea cau be bought for
$10 aud up Write for Catalogue Uo to the
CoLl'UUii I'lloNoiiHtFli Co., Moe. T) "ii
Olive street, nt. Louis, Mo.
Ladies' kid gloves, at all price, In all
shades. Our g'oves at 11.25 and upward
, are guaranteed. lioaeuwald Bros.
CQC3QOOC30C Z Z Z??
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r-F In the
It t'jitns iliu vltjor fo .K.-u.i 'i' if .ea .uiJ friv-ii J
rliip fiiiiiinjj i-Uaiicrs, ul li.i'.i.ilts .ill c.inuid.ites
In tlx: ImIu's' rlt-f.-f o! iiM.ii.y.it s.i'.i ,f.l "fiidl.
There are now I.UV'OO r.Kirl cis cf Battle
AxlJr'c iu America, r'vl yen c.in jo ii at any
tot.tCwO More for 10c. 1 01.1 t - lay. 1 ) ii't dilay.
wiien yew bwy aaain.
Mas No Equal as am Infant Food.
"INFANT HEALTH'st sr FREE. CMM"wJ.1".i
Ium ot m laiiiHisi r r
ollal or lau vs"
.tAaiff ..a. AtrrB ail t'lIHrriril
r OH C an anin h utum9 h
Tha raan 9'frr ara ftnl carM b? In
aaaamililrx. M i fi I K H la II. ni T bmivrt
wri u-n rurnti ivn avl 7 turnil if ala rVa rval aUKat a 9 aiaiiaiiiiii Maa
for.taxraniai M Fmiajootrat
AddrMS DA VOL MrOICINK CO., P. O. Hoi 107. Ursa, rra.atnla, Cai.
For Sh1 nt Walton'i Drnar Sfore.
18 one of the n!e st reports In the
city and is supplied with the
best and tluet-t liquors.
HEIICH A BETZ'EB, Proprietors.
I'litronsand friends arecorilially
invited to visit "The Klk "
209 Weal Railroad Avenue.
Wry Fiiifnt V Ini-n,
Liquors uiiil CiarH.
Third St, nnd Tijeras Ave.
Atlantic Poor l!all!
SCIIXKIPKRALIX, I'r is.
Cool Keg licet on draught; the Hnest Native
Wine and tl.c very ts-M of Urkt-claa.
Raii iiiiad Avsni k, Ai hi-ui kijih.
We have again purchased from I'ersh
tng & Co. all ot their this season' re
turns and nileQls. They are the nicest
lot we t ver hail and would average lis
to $:0 per suit orlglually. We are quot
ing them ut $1 4 pr suit aud guarantee
them the bl,gt clothing bargain ever
shown In the elty. KlMON hi hliN,
The Railroad Avenue Clothier
Froiu New Zaalaud.
Reefton, New Z 'aland. Nov. 2S, 1hu
I am very pleased to stale that since I
took the agency of Chamberlain's medl
clues the siie has been very large, more
especially uf the Lough Remedy. Iu iwi
years 1 have s Id more of this particula
remedy than of all other makes fi r the
previous nve years. A to lis etllracy, 1
have beeu Informed by boons of person
of the good results they have received
f i inn I', and know Its value from the use
of It in my own household. It is so
plea ant to take that we have to place
the Inttle beyond the reach of ths chil
dren. K .1 K'ATI.Mll'HY.
Kor sale by all drugirlsts.
nit si ni let i mm
A I. if Sias Fortran, I'rayoa, faatsl or
Water Color, trs.
In order to lutnsluce our excellent
work we will make to any oue sending
us a photo a Lif Hita 1'ortralt Kree of
Charge. Hmall photo promptly returned.
Exact likeness aud highly artistic Untab
guaranteed. bVud your photo al once to
C. L Ma hki iial AkT Co,
3 it Klin ht., Dallas, Texas.
Th II. si I'laatar.
A piece of flannel duisned with
Chamberlain's I'alu bultu aud Isjuiid ou
to the affected par's Is superior to any
plaster. When troubled with a pain III
the chest or side, or a Isms lack, give It
a trial Yuu are certain to be more than
pleased with the prompt relief which It
affords, fain halm is also a certain cure
for rheumatism. Kor sale by all drug
Double blankets tor 7o cents per pair.
Large size beds for "
Nice children's rockets for 10 cents.
L idles' rockers from J) 1.51 to 1 7 50.
I .afire selection uf Navajo blankets.
The best selection of irou beds lu the
The "Duplet mattress best foribu.
Bpeclal size kodak alliums made to
order at Tui Cmzis bindery. Call and
see sample aud get prices. They make
elegant Christina gift.
Ttilai arl VataTrM
'Wh ptiyrU- lriti, Ul quick l rur im i
m all r
lu , i
mitsm ore Mi a, atirb avn Laitti MaiihnoiV
I kmiaMiii, Krvma lHUl(
lis lUrrv. atiiiraiiatltiat liraltka. VarrtMarala
at - ia U Uai hr lf? r lHalit ,rfiti qiaram
wlih ti ll int r ht-V "! 1vti u, HprmtotTrv fa. 4
lin nry. i l riM ei. I as..a, aaaaj
mm .r onrn.-J aUi Uupurtua
I tir;iM rrTtnrf pT t ara trmiMsafl Wfffc
rmiHlr r wUhmtt an op-m4t frmiMiiaOTib
All kinds of Fresh and Salt
Meats. :- -: -:- -:.
Steam Sausage Factory.
EM KLEINWORT, Prop.
JACOB K0RBEU& CO
Mann'aetnnrr f sid IVa'a- lu
The Rest KaHternMade Tehlclcs.
Fine Horse-Shoclnc a Specialty.
Satisfaction liunruutevd in All Work,
Repairing, Pnintliu and Trimming
Done on hh'rt .Notice, : : : :
Sbo?, Corner Copper kit. and First St.,
ALHi yi KRCil E, N.M.
. F1HST BTHEST,
BALLINU BROS , I'hofhiktoiu.
W'edilini; Cakes a Specially
We Desire I'atrouage, aud we
flnarantce Klrst-Class Baking.
Telegraph order. 4 icltril and promptly filled.
A. E. WALKER,
Secret.'' Mituil BuLdlQg Aijoclition.
ini al J O. Hslitrlit.e's l.aiubr Tard.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
WHKKf.KR'3 OLD PHHP HKTwKKN'
fJOLD AND 8ILVKK AVK.
Lwks repaired, key made and all kinds
or repairiug anue.
Can't Be Beat
Buy or Sell.
208 COLD AVENUE.
CRESCENT COAL YARD,
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Office
A. J. CRAWFORD, Agent
Nw Telephone No. 164
Old Te'ephore No. 2j. ..
Leave ordcrsTrimble's stable
Heir Hlilnlitfr Hlove 1'olUh.
Something New. lias no Ku,ual.
No Mixing. No Dust. No Smell,
Large size B n by mall 10 oeut.
Uannfactured aud for sale by
C. E. DENNY. Albuquarqua
For sale by dealer.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthorlld Capital $5,000,000
, . ,
rld-np. Capital, Surplus
Capital, $100,000 00.
The Bank of Ccmmeice in Albuquerque, N. 11
DEALS IN FOREIGN EXC1IANUK AND ISSL KS LETTERS OF CREDIT.
Solicit Account, and Offer, to Depositor. Every Facility
Continent with PmHtahte banking.
Or I so. President. J. C. Malum
B P. r-CHUMSK, Vice Pntsldenl. A. tlaistss, Elsemann llnsi., Wool.
W. S. SrstCKl as, Cashier. A. M. Blackwsi.l, Onns, Hlsckwel. A Co, Uroce.
II. I. Emerson, Anlsta-H Cashier. W. A. Matwxi.l, Capitalist
Depository for Atchison, Topck & Santa Fc Railway.
GROSS BLACKWELL & G?
AND WOOL DE ALB US.
HeatKniartera for Diamond C. Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned
Goods, Kansas City Making Powder, Sulphur,
Wool Sacks, Stoneware.
Houses at Albuquerque, East Lns Vegas and Glotieia, New Mexico.
THUS Srp. IRL3X0
SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOM.
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.,
XsCTDMO EVEItY 1VIGHT.
J KEPII BURNETT, mOPfilETOB.
ISO ' ast Railroad Ayenu, Albuquerque..
L. B. PUTNEY,
FLOUlt, GRAIN &
Car Lots a Specialty.
Farm and Freight Wagons
RAILROAD AVENUE, i I
T CJ. Tl sflkT
AITtla 8 look
First St. and Lead
QUICKEL &, BOTHE, Props.
Sueocerors to FRANK M. JONES.
Finpst Wtihai:?, Imported and
The Coolest and Hlfhest Grade of Later Serred.
Finest Billiard Ball in tbe Territory.
Finest and Best Importedand Domestic Cigars.
I. Fiidoried hy
Busine s Men.
N. W. ALGEP
Agent lof New Meaieo.
Also Aent f ir the best BUILDING and LOAN ASSO I UION.
STOCK fOK 8AL.K.
The Best and Finest Liquors an J Cigars, Imported and Domestic,
Served to All rations.
TOT1 &c O J1D .
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED, PROVISIONS.
HAY AND GRAIN.
FRKK DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Gooda.Hr
Sola Aganta for 8an Antonio Llm.
New TelephoM til. J18. 215 AM) S17 NOHTH THIRD St.
U. 3. DIMSiniY
Dpposltory for the Pant a Fe
i Pacific and the A tchhon.To
f poka & Santt Fe Rill way
OKFICKIW AM) MRKTOIW,
JOSHUA 8. RATNOLDJ President
M. W. M.oCKNUY Vice President
A. A. KKKX Cashier
KKAMi McKKK Assistant Cashier
A. A GKANT.
mo. Lumber, W. C. Lkovasd, C'apltalls
C'arrl th Isir. anal
Mo I Kslsa.l. stock (
STAPLE : GROCERIES.
To be Found Soutbwcst.
I ALBUQUERQUE, N. Vl
:VLJrJZZZLlL:l Lisa, t
210 Railroad Avenue.
lututl Ttlepboaj Ii3, llbuqturqne, N. H.
Dsmastic Winsj and Cogaacs
BK'NKY 1( LOAN
Late of the