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SANTA FE ROUTE.
itcblson, Topeh 4 Santa Fe R B. Co.
Santa Ft Pacific E. B. Co.
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Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars dally through
between Chicero and California.
The trand Canyon of the Colorado can Ic
reached only by tula Hue.
W. H. Trull.
Notice la hereby (riven that on the 8th day
of January, A. L. Isws, Wallace llraaelden, as
planum, began suit agaluat Kverett T. Hem
lug, Whitney ci lnpanv, a cori.oratlon; J.C
llj.lrnlge. Olmated oi llnon. K. P. Hall. Wil
liam An her, C. Poat, H Halts, A. Smile and
k. Onkirson aa defendants. In the district
court of the Pecond Judicial diamct, within
and for the county of llernahllo, territory of
New Mellco, being cause No. 4M66. 1 he
general object of aaid ai-tton is to pna-ure an
order of aale of certain property descrlted In
a ileed given by the delendant, hverett T
pleining, to aald plaintilf to secure certain
creihtorv therein uained, and to distribute the
proceeds of aald property aa prav ded in said
ileed. raid deed being dated the 88d day of
A uk list. A. 1) 17, and signed and acknowl
e.lued by aald defendant, r leiuiug.
Notice la given that unleaa the aaid defend
ant, Kverett T- Heililng. ahall enter his ap
pearance In aaid cause on or la-fore the 8.;.tb
dy of rehruaxy, A. I) ihuh, ludgmeut will
be rendered ugainat him by default.
. II am h Y P. llwK, Clerk.
A. H McMii.lbn, Attorney for Plaiutirf.
P. O. Addreaa: Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Illomeatead Kntry No. 8U80.J
Nolle for Publication.
Land Other at Santa he. N. M., I
January ft, Ihuh.
Notice Is hereby given that the following,
named settler has tiled notice of l,.s intention
to make final proof in support til his claim, and
tiiat aaid proof w ill be made before the probate
clerk of Valencia county at Los Lunaa, N. at.,
on March II. lKHh, vi: llenry C. Mo.eley, for
theS', NVvVNK, SW'I,, mWNK. SW4
hH, section 7, Tp 4 N. ti B K.
lie names the following wilnesaex to prove
hia continuoua residence upon and cultivation
of said land, vn. : Juse Trunllo, P. C. Ilaught.
Petlro l.ui ero aud Antonio emis, all of Kast
lew, N. M.
Mani xl K. Otxho, Kegiater.
llAM'Ui-l PKHiUTANDr A1TMH L
vv gentlemen or lauira to travel for reapon
sible established hnune In Albiiguerque, N. M.
Miintlily, 06 and eipenca Posiliou steady.
Keleleuce. Kliclose aelf -aiidreaseil atuiin..ri
envelne. 1 lie Uomiuiou Cuinpauy, Ucpt.
iv, v iih ago.
TO i'l KK A lOl.U IN tlNaTlJAV
Take Laiatlve Hrouio (Juiuine Tablets.
All druggiHts refund the money If It rails
to cure. zoo. lue genulue has L.b.J
on each Ublnt.
For Rent A eulte of nicely furnlithed
front room. All oouveuttmce. No. I'H
north second atreet.
The Sister Territory
Readers With Good
BREVITIES CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Mr. Seal, lha llneiii ti wtio fell with a
rotten trlc(ihm pole a few dija ig will
anon b able tt l around again a mnal.
Tha plan 4 for thx naw opera hotia
tmllding allow a structure, that would b
a errtllt to a town ten time; larger than
In the Clark Churchill aetata the pro
bate court eouBrnied the eale of certain
real rotate amounting to 1,000 to ralue,
which practically dlaponea of the extate.
Weeley R. Cothren waa appointed ad
mlnlHtrator of the e-Uate of bla eon, Wee.
R. Cothren. The estate toraleXn of an
Insurance poller In the New York Life
tor l,ooo. The defendant waa unmar
ried. 0. 0. Reea left for the Harcnrar dig
trlct, where ha la working claim that
rone per ton, with 2,500 ton of ore in
tight. He haa latelj pat on eteam
anaetra. which will tarn out $300
Jaruee Wllnon and wife, of Palatine,
III, who have been In the ralley only
three days, are ao greatly delighted with
what they have aeen that they Intend to
never leave It permanently, air. WUoon
ii looking about for ranch property.
A warrant waa leaned from Jurittoe
Kincald'i court yeeterday for the arrest
of a yonng man named Pete tialla,
charged with lmning a $10 check on the
National Rank of Ariiona to C. B. Del
bridge, and receiving the amount of the
face In cash.
Pat. Eelly. who bit P. H. Qulnn a
knock out blow over the bead the other
day with a club, was fined $20 by JuMtloe
Johnstone on the charge of assault. HI.
McDonald acted a Kelly'a attorney and
made an eloquent speech, urging the pre
vious good character of the defendant,
mitigating elrcnm'tancea, etc
Whoever It waa that burglarlted the
Lount premise waa an artist at his
business. He plastered the window pane
with mud to deaden the sound of break
ing glass, then be cleaned his shoe be
fore treading on the carpets. He did hie
work thoroughly and searched the whole
house, and was particular in what he
T'he Midland Construction company
died its articles of Incorporation with the
territorial secretary, recently. The In
corporators are William Garland, J. B.
Howard and A. C. Laird. This 1 the Gila
Valley, Globe A Northern road, whose
chief offices are at Thomas, In Graham
county. The amount of Its authorised
capital stock is $300,000.
In the estate of the late Mrs. J. H.
Taylor, whose husband has been missing
aud supposedly dead, there are now two
applications tor letters of administra
tion. The first claimant liLL Plauk,
who was selected by the creditors, and
the second Is 8. P. Hoefer, who is named
by the husband who has just come to life
In California. Probate Judge Crouse will
have to decide the problem Saturday af
Mr. and Mrs. 6. 0. Sargent, of New
llaniprihire, arrived in Preecott lant week
on Tktit to their son, 6. M. Sargent
At meeting of the Ladles' Guild of
the Kplecopal church the following offi
cers were elected: Mrs. F. A. Trllle, pres
ident; Mrs. E. W. Dutcher, Tics prenldent;
MIms Hattle Fisher, secretary, and Mrs.
Sarah K. Blake, treanurer.
Report is that a new mortar has been
set In the Ktta mill to take the place of
one accidentally broken. It l expected
to put tn a turbine wheel and run this
mill by electricity, the water to be piped
and Hluloed quite a diHtauce.
A new holnting plant, one of the most
complete in this part of the country, on
the Silver Trail mine, one of the proper
ties of tbe Son Dance oompanr, baa been
completed. It Is on tbe new main work
ing shaft of this mine, which ahaft 1 now
down 150 feet from the collar of the shaft.
ProfesHor Comstock Is registered at
Hotel Burke, lie la aatUHed with bis
mining enterprises in Mohave county,
near Chloride. The Klkhart mill la run
ning, concentrates are being shipped, a
60,IXJ0 gallon water tank Is being put in,
and the camp being placed on most
satlMfartory paying baitls.
J. T. Dougine, a miulng engineer, well
known all over the Pacific coast, arrived
in Preecott last night. lie brought his
working clothes with him and will go
down to Santa Maria and engage In the
development of some mining properties
which he recently bonded there. lie ex
pects a car load of general supplies soon
which he shipped from Chicago prior to
leaving there. Mr. Douglne was one of
the experts who made an examination of
the Bullard property for eastern capital-
ihis lam winter.
AklONA AT LAKUE,
A Mexican boy near SolomouvlIIe
loaded an old gun with giant powder and
went gunning after rabbits. The explo
sion seut the gun Into space. By a mir
acle the boy escaped without injury.
I. W. Knight, of Mohawk, died recently.
Ur. Knight was pioneer of Arlziua,
having resided In the Salt River valley
tor a number of years, aud weut to Yuma
county two years ago. He leaves a wife
aud several children.
The Golden Wave mine, a mile north
of the Congress mine, has Just started up
under new management aud with many
new Improvements, Including a new
gasoline hoist. Billy Murphy, formerly
of the Fool's Gulch, is the foreman.
The following persons secured leases
of school lauds from the Yuma county
board of supervisors under the new law:
James Powell, SM acres; John Thomas,
WO acres; Miguel Molina, ISO acres; Pa
cific llauk, ftlO acres; J. D. Yocuni and C.
F: Havers, 400 acres.
Joseph A. tawls, of Taylor postoQloe,
Navajo county, who acted as crop corre
spondent of the Arlxoua weather bureau,
writes uuder date of January 14 that
snow begau falling on the 8tb aud con'
tlnued off and on until the 13th. It was
OF ARIZONA I
accompanied by wind from the aouth-
weet, which drifted the enow ao that It le
hard to messnre. He say, however, that
the snow Is altnoet three feet deep In the
mountains. Winter or fall grain la In
good condition and prospects are good
The wheat Is the beet In years.
A :lvr Trick.
It certainly looks like It, but there Is
no trick about It. Anybody can try It
who has lame back and weak kidneys,
malaria or nervous troubles, we mean
he can cure hinwelf right away by tak
lnc electric bitters. This medicine tones
up the whole eyatein, acts as a elluiulant
to me liver and kidney, is a blond purl
Ber and nerve tonic. It cures constipa
tion, headache, minting spells, sleepiest
news and melancholy. It Is purely veireta
ble, a mild laxative, and reetoree the
aratem to Us natural vigor. Try Klectric
Hitters and he convinced that they are a
miracle worker. Kvery bottle guaranteed.
ti.iiy nrty cents at bottle, at J. H
O'l) telly's drug store.
FLOW IH THrTiuu GRANDB lit I Ml
Tbe Water la tbe Rio Grande Tbree and
One-Half Centuries Age flayed Trlcki.
Editor New Mexican.
Santa Fs, N. Jan. 15, 181. Some
time "ancient hletory" has a practical
modern application, and I have been a
good deal aurprleed that some of the
astute lawyers connected with litigation
as to dams or water-rights, which In
volve the natural flow of the Rio Grande,
have not used the eltuation three and a
half centuries ago In their arguments.
At that time only the water necessary
for Irrigation at the pueblo towns,
stretching from the Enpanola valley to
the vicinity of Socorro, was being artl
flcally taken from tbe river. Yet when
Don Tristan de Arellano sent an expedi
tion to explore the Rio Gran le to the
southwest of Tlhnex (near Bernalillo) in
1541, It proceeded eighty leagues "until
It was found that Uie water sank Into the
earth like the Goadlana tn Ketemadiira."
As we would say, the river "went dry" at
that point. Eighty of these leagues are
about 208 of our miles, which In a
straight Hue would take one to Las Cru
ces; but as they followed the windings of
the river, it is probable that the point
reached was near San Antonio, as they
reported finding four large villages,
which must have been there. This was
In the latter part of July, so that we find
the condition In that remote time to
have been not very different from that
which sometimes prevails in our day.
L. Bhadford Prince.
Don't be persuaded into bnylng lini
ments without reputation or merit
Chamberlain's Pain Halm coats no more,
and Its merits Jiave been proven by a teei
of many years. Such letters as the fol
lowing from L. G. Bayley, llueneme, Cel.,
are constantly being received: "The beet
remedy for pain I have ever used Is
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I say so
arter having need it In my family for sev
eral years " It cures rheumatism, lame
back, sprains and swellings. For sale by
A large gold scarf pin, with "F. P. 0."
Initials. Finder will be rewarded by re
turning to M. S. Otero.
DO you KNOW
That at The Citi.ks olllce
or any other kind of commercial print
ing; also tint-class binding. Work neatly
and promptly executed and at reasonable
rates. Give us a trial aud be nouvlnced.
Huekleo'e A rale. Sa.lv.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
brnlees, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chllhlalna,
cornH and all ekin eruptions, and pnei
tively cures plies, or no pay. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satUfactliui or
money refunded. Price, 25 cents per Imix.
For sale by all druggists. J. O. O'Blelly
Simply Not la IU"
Our present sale of winter clothing
overshadows all our previous efforts In
that line. Our f'J.75 suite are winner
and our $13 misfit suits and 1 tailor
made pants are tbe talk of the town.
Call tn before It Is too late.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
A Oi at Battle
ft continually xoliig on In the human system.
The demon of Impure blood strives to gain
victory over the constitution, tn ruin health, to
drag vlctlmt to the grave. Hood's Hariaparlll
la the weapon with which to defend one's self,
drive the desperate enemy from the leld, and
restore bodily health for many yean.
Hood' Pills euro nausea, lokneaa, lodl
teuton and bllloumeaa. 86a.
A red enameled chatelaln and watch.
Finder return to J. C. Baldrldge, south
First street, and receive reward.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
r. J. CHUNKY X CO., loledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have kuown F. J.
Cheuey for the last 15 years, and believe
Iiliu perrsctlv honorable In all business
transactions and tluauciallv able to carry
nut auy obligations nmils by their firm.
nr-vr s, iuaux, nnoiesaie Druggists,
Wai.iii.nu, Kinnan 4 Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, loledo, O.
Hull's Catarrh Cur Is taken Internally.
acting directly upon the blood and
mumius surfaces of the system. Testi
monials sent free. Price Toe per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
See tin we bargains iu dress goods this
week at Ilfeld's.
maniiuuu n w i untuv
lion ot ami") I-
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1 'it. retauiun ufTrr r not ciir-l hy iWiora
II l la, (t'l liKNK l Hi, only known rvnie-lr t cure wliltoul an tH-raUiaU. I
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Fqt Sale at Walton'. Drug Store.
RELIEF COJAITTEES APPOINTED.
Governor Otere'i Proclsmstlon Concern
ing Central Relief Committee's
Appeal for Aid.
KxKtmvE Orrit.R, (
Santa Fe, N. M, Jan. H, lost. (
Whereas, A request has beeu made by
the central Cuban relict rutuiiiiuee lu a
te leg ibid Just received, which Is as fol
"Central Cuban relief committee, ap
pointed by President 11 chin ley, urge
upon your excellency the Inline ni
formal ion of enli-ient cm in 1 1 tees for t e
collection of I unas, fo.l, clothing and
meiiciue In your territory, for tuban
rtarving people, to be transmitted by this
Coiiuuitlee to Consul General le, tla
vane May we depend npou your hearty
co-operatlonr1 Wire answer"
Iu compliance Willi the abuve request,
and by virtue of the authority iu me
vested, I. Miguel A. Otero, governor ot
the territory of New Mexico, tlo this day
appoint the following ladles and gentle
men as a territorial Cuban relief com
mittee: Mrs. Jefferson Reynolds, of San Mignel
Mrs. Geo. W. Harrison, of Bernalillo
Mrs. T. D. Burns, ot Rio Arriba county.
Mrs, Grant Kivenburg, of Sauta Fe
Mrs Max Luna, ot Valencia county.
Mr. Pedro Perea, of Bernalillo county.
Mr, Antonio Joseph, of Taos county,
Mr. Francisco Delgado, of Santa Fe
Mr. K L. Browne, of Socorro counry.
Mr. Jo K. Hherl Ian, of If rant county.
Dr. T B. Hart, ot Colfax county.
For the purpose ot calling the first
meeting to per foot an orgsniistlon, I
ippolnt Hon. Pedro Perea as temporary
i-hairman, and request that he will call
the aald nifellrg at as early date as
possible, so that additional county com
mittee may be appointed by the terri
torial committee. AH communications
nerlaiiilng to the duties of thiscommlt
tee, should be ail dressed to Hon. Stephen
K. Barton. New York City. N. Y.
Done at the executive ollli-e, this the
4th day of January, A. !., Inwrl.
W ituess my hand and the great seal of
the territory ot New Mexico.
Governor ot the Territory of New Mex
ico, By the Governor:
Gko. H. Wallace,
Secretary of New Mexico.
CORPORATlUfl PAPfcHS FILED.
New ninlPf aaJ Ore Redaction Compa
nies Organized Mercantile Com
pany at Raton.
The following companies on Wednes
day Died articles of Incorporation In the
olllce of the territorial secretary at Santa
The Rio Chama Mining Company In
corporators: C. Leonhanlt, Knill Klein
wort, Johu Schroeder, Charles L. Kep
peter, li. H. Warkentin, F. C. FemlHrson,
ot Albuquerque; Adolph Schneider, of
Ablqulu; D. L. (iiluiore, of Santa Crua,
and 8. II. Snider, of Kaunas City; objects,
mining tor the precious metals aud uper
itlug mining and milling machinery;
irapital stock, 12,000,000; life, forty nlue
years; principal place ot business, Albu
querque; directors lor the Urst two years,
the same as the llrst seven Incorporator
named above, with Hie addition oi F. K.
Feiideraou, of Autloch, 111., and Frauk B
B. (ilfford, ot Chicago.
The Algodoues Smelting A Refining
Company Incorporators, Robert B. Dal
comb, Lyman N. Cook, Jas. P. Batchen,
rtlchard T. Fulton and Thomaa A. Fini
cal; objects, mining for the precious
metals, reducing ore and refiulng bul
lion; capital stock, $.V)0.0il; lire, fifty
years; directors, same as the Incorpora
tors; principal ollloe, Algislonee; princi
pal place of builnwas, Bernalillo county.
The Bergman Mercantile Company
Fnoorporators, Philip S. Bergman, of Las
Animas, Colo,, aud Antonio J. Chavet
4iirl Louis Cher ins, both ot Colfax county,
N. M ; object, carrying on the retail dry
goods busluees; capital stock, 7,6 S; life,
ten years; principal place of business, In
the city of Raton; directors, eame as In
Modern Treatment of
The latest work on the
treatment of diseases, written
by forty eminent American
physicians, sayst "Cod-liver
oil hat done more for the con
sumptive than all other reme-
$ dies put together." It also
says t I he hypophosphites
of lime and soda are regarded t
by many English observers as
specifics for consumption."
contains the best cod-aver oil
In a partially digested form,
combined with the HypophoS'
phltes of Lime nd Sod. This
remedy, a standard for a
quarter of a century, is in
exact accord with the latest
vie ws of the medical profession.
Be sure you get SCOTTS
AlldruKllstsl sac and Iroov
m t(OTT A, ItilWNF. ('hAiLt. Nm VArk
WAMTKO, FOB IAL1AKD BENT.
Wanted Household goods and gents'
clothing. Whitten, 111 (iold avenue.
Wanted Girl for general housework ;
a good place. For particulars, iuqulre at
IIH south Second street.
Wanted Girl or woman for general
housework: must know how to cook.
Apply at last house on south Second
street, near Mission school.
Situation Wanted By an experienced
pipe aud pump man; reliable mining
company preferred. Beat references.
Call on or address J. W. Smith, 'ill north
First street, Albuquerque, N. M.
An experienced, upright gentleman,
capable and energetic, willing to travel
aud not afraid of hard work, may find a
lucrative position by addressing p. (.
Box 411, Albuquerque, N. M. So trillers.
Wanted Hollfltors of good address,
either sex, to sell Califi rma nates, rare,
hardy, ornamentals, etc. Towns and
citlesonly. Will pay salary weekly. Be
quick. State age. The llowlaud Nursery
Company, Loa Angeles, ( tit.
For Sale (iood work team and 1 '4
inch Mitchell wagon, new. buitahle for
delivery wagon. Together or separate.
Address, 11. I). Becker, Islets, N. M.
iiuinnn nrpmnrn -copideih
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urinary finfU'l"! tall UuiHiriUc
all . p . u IUMIII
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111 health la the
" Sword of Damorlea '
that hanffa suspended
h a alender thread
afxira the heada of
thouaanda of men. In
the end of the-renttiry
rush and crush, men
fonret and ne fleet
everything; hnt mrmer
(ettinr They foTfret
that the facility for
money renins la In
the tons rua dependent npon a annnd
mind In a sound hodr. The man who la
too rmT with hia bnaineaa to arar a mo
ment to look after hia health, will eventn
ally lose hoth health and business. A man
may he In too bi a harry. The man who
would he permanently anrreaafttl ahnttld
take time to eat time to direat his food,
time to sleep, and time to look after the
moat precious endowment hia health.
Ih I'ierre'e Ooldrn Medical tisoo cry la
the beat known medicine for the over
worked man or woman. It keen the sys
tem toned np. It makes the digestion per
fect, the appetlta keen, and the bowels rer
nlar. It makes blood pure, rich, life,
(ivlnx blood and lota of It It builds dean
and mncle. It inria-oratea the nerves,
Thonaanda hare testified to the hene6ts
derived from Its use. Urugsiata sell it
I hare aaed ttnlte a nam her of hntllee of yean
enedirtnn i and nave received a great deal of
hrnefit rrora them." wntea I'rhaa Mqwrll, Kn
of TallmanTille. Wavne eo., Is " in isSo t to.k
sis hnttlraof 'Ool.ien Mf.lical Dlartwerr.' and H
cured me of the aajt.rheum ao that it did aot
break out again."
"Tht People's Common Senas Medical
Adviser" la a well named book. It ia all
that ita till implies. It haa proved a
daily help in over a million families.
Tha book contslna t.ore pages over too
illustrations. oNn ono copies of thia book
have been aold at St an each. Now an edi
tion, in heavy paper cover, la to be fivtn
arav to whoever will aend t centa In one.
cent stamps to pay the cost of mailing nv.
Addreaa, World's Ihapenaary Medics Vs.
ociation. Surlalo, N. V. A copy In fine
cloth blndUaf may bt had for 10 centa extra.
Tin shop, Whitney Co.
The Big Store for bargains.
New chestnuts at A. Lombanlo'e.
Crockery and glassware. W hltney Co.
Don't miss the Big Store's stock-Uklng
Special prices on corsets. Rosenwald
Bargains la every department at Il
feld's. Steel ranges at living prices. Whit
Iik at the bargains In drees goods at
Old rye. Bourbon and brandy, $3 per
gallon, at A. Lombardo's.
Maple syrup, purest article, only $1.2i
per gallon, at A. Lombardo's.
Attend the biggest special sale ever
held In this eity. Uosenwald Bros.
The highest grade of Java and Mocha
coffee at lowest prioe, at A. Lombardo's.
Kvery dress pattern In the bouse on
sale, with free dress linings, at The
For party wear: Kvenlng gloves, fans,
silk hosiery, etc, the very newest, at The
Buy your camp stoves and have your
tin-work done at the Star tlushop, 2UV
The prettiest line of walking hats In
the city, and they all go at oust, at Il
feld's this week.
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street. He haa the nicest fresh
meats In the eltv.
Hot chile con earns served every night
at the Paradise. Do not miss It. Baciie
chl A (lloini, proprietors.
Nlnety-nlne cents buy a flannelette
wrapper, colors oil boiled; regular price,
tl.ua See tht m at The Koonomist.
Gentlemen's neckties, worth B5c, now
two for 40c; ties worth Cue, now two for
75c; ties worth 7oe, each 50c. Koseuwald
See the Economist window display of
ipeclais In ladies' underwear. A good,
houHtt value at lift cents now sells for
You are Invited to call at The Fair
where yon can get an Idea of soma
of the nice things In store tor you. 113
outh First street.
The best Pliu-e for eood. iulcv steaks
and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
north Third street.
Ladles' kid gloves, every pair guaran
teed; all prevailing shades at $l.2o a pair.
Hest value ever offered In the kid glove
line. Bosenwald Bros.
Why pay for a load ot wood and
75 cents for cutting when the same
money bu s a ton of Cernllos bltumous
nut coal, which goes twice as far.
llahn & Co.
Just received a large assignment of
fine California Grape brandy, spring 'Vi,
which we w'.ll sell to saloon keepers at
f2. per gallon. Original package. U.
Hachechl G. (iloml.
The building of the low line canal will
mark an epoch lu theadvaiicement ot Al
buquerque, aud F. F. Trotter, the pro
gressive Secoud street merchant, proosee
to keep step with this advancement by
making his Secoud street grocery a non
pareil of Its kind, where all the wants of
his patrons cnu be supplied.
for Ovar fifty Veara.
AN Oi l) AND W KlX-TltlKU BKUKIIT.
Mrs. Wliisiow's H.sdliliig Syrup has
been u-ied for over fifty years by millions
ot mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, aud Is the Iswt remedy
for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taete.
Sold by druggists in every part of the
world. Tweiitv-rtve cents a bottle. It
value 's Incalculable. Be sure and ask
for Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
Hastaurlsad Milk and l'raiu-The Frl..
Is putting up pasten r I red milk and cream
t the same pries that other milk and
cream Is selling for. It is the otily milk
which sick people can use with safety.
Try It. Call new telephone 1V7 or wagon.
No-To-IIm foe HUT Centa.
tluaranux-d iotwoco bxuit cure, makea weak
man aUuus. blood isira. auo.tl. Ail drusguia
Highest Cash frliwa Paid
For furulture, stovea, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, slums, etc.
Hart's, 117 (iold avenue, next to Wells
Fargo Kx press olllce. See me before you
buy or sell.
After hearing some friends continually
praising Chamlierluiu'a Colic, Cholera
and lnrrliin Kemedy, Curtis Fleck, of
Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle
of It for his own use, and Is now as en
thusiastic over its wonderful work as any
one ran lie. The 2o aud 50 cent sizes for
sale by all druggists.
C. M. Mxon.a well-known merchant of
Pleasant Hldge, Fulton county, Pennsyl
vania, has a little girl who Is frequently
threatened with croup, but when the Urst
svuiptoms appear, his wife gives her
Chamlsrlaiu's Cough lUmetly, which al
ways stToriln prompt relief. The So aud
bo cent sixes for sale by all druggists.
Iletler Thau 11 I'ar Cant.
Buying clothing at Simon Stein's at
the prices quoted beats ary Investment
to be had In town, even if you hold the
goods u in 11 next season. Prices are lit
erally Cut to pieces. BlMOM Hl KKN,
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
Wins for Mala.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only 5 cents a gallou at C. A. Uruude's
tt"5 north Broadway.
Ktlut'Mvttt Vuur IIiimkIi Miiti ( ktnrt.
I'uiHiy ('Hiliitittr, rurt conmiputkm Itiruvar.
lUc.ii: If V (J. C, full, drugriikiruf uu4 awuejr
IR. SRAMOIS l -oaasoaj,
OFFICII AND RF.SIDKNCR 40 Weal
Wold avenue. Ilouni a to 10 a. m., a to
w aon iiusp. m.
fpeclal attention given to general rara-ery,
Automatic Telephone Sxa.
linn, hishop At sitsor,
tlOMfKOPATHIC FHVS1C1ANS AND
Surgeons- tllhre and -ulence over piaS.
onire. i eiepnone ev. Mrs Marlon marine,
M. li., oftice nnura, t to e D. m. e'rarik D.
Bishop, al . !., oIMm boon, S to 10 a.
u. a anu ftoi p. m.
alOR TAM RKa, at. fl ,
pHVSIClAN AND SVHtiFON-Offlreapd
ra:uenee, o7 rnnn r :ltli rtreet. Hour. I
ma ana anil, m 7. bo P. m specie! attentlcn
sen to chronic and rllsesaee of women. Old
leieimon:-, en. is.ie mane in nartlme only.
M. U, JMM-.
A kCIIITKCT-'Flana.ap-ciutatii.na and ee-
a timatea rurplstied lor ad c saana of tin ri.
ir a anil architectural wuf 'v. Ofbcat Soe West
XAtttaoav a xArtiknAi,
HICK and reetdeme, No. 41 We (lold
avenue. T-lflihur. Nil IS. DIHrshnfm
a in a a. m. i i to :su and 7 to p. m.
ti. H. haaterdav, at. I). J H. kasteroay, M. D.
W. . Httfa, M. UM
OrFICIt HOUKS-Untll S a. m. and from
l:SO to 1:10 and from 7 to S p. m. prhre
and realdence. e.O West Uold aveona. Alba.
suerqne, IS. ki.
B. at. ALUKH, U. U. S.,
f)RNTI9T-Ofnc. rooms S and 4, Whiting
s- block, corner liold avenue and Second
street, office boars, e a. m. to la :16 p.m.,
and 1:1S to :S0 p. m.
BBRHAItO a. kOIIIl,
ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Albuqnerqne, N.
M I'romot attention given to all fcualneaa
pertaining to the protewiMm. Will prartire In
all courts of the territory aod befora tba United
Slates land otlica.
WILLIAM U. LBta,
A TTOKNRY-AT LAW. cmicas room ,
i N. l.Armlio building. Will practice In
ail the courts of the tenuis?.
JOHNSTON at FINICAL.
ATTOKNKYS-AT LAW. Albn.iuerque. N.
M . t mice, looms f and S, 1- irat N atonal
PL. W. U. HHVAN
. TTORNKY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque. N.
k M. Ollicc, Klrat National bank building.
KRANK W. CLANCT,
TTOHNKY-AT LAW. rooms S and 1, N.
iVT. Arm!) j bulldlns. AlbiM.ueru.ua, N. at.
M. W. UOrutOM,
TTORNKY-AT-LAW. Oftlca over Rob
L ertaon a grocery More, Albwiuerque, N. at.
Schneidor c& Lix,
Albnqaerqne Bowling Parlors!
Coram First Bt and Copper Are.
Tht finrtt Bowling A Her- In the RoMhWMt
Nil plate to i?nd the? tveutua.
The New Chicago
18 one of the nicest resorts In the
city, and Is supplied with the
best and finest liquors,
EE1SCH BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodgtug Rooms by the day,
week or month.
800 Weet Railroad A-enae.
THE FAVORITE SALOON
THK UOLD STAR I You ahonld not Q
liaaa, but call and take a social alaaO
High class Liquors we II nd bere. A
Satisfaction to all la Lh LUCCA'S lde
Excellent iieer. It la the rule,
To keeu It alwava aharn and 1
Grand Wines are bete, of flavor true, "A
All kinds, Imported and native, tfc V
Of Cigars, the choicest brands we know, fa
Keliabla and pure, wtiera'er wa g
Look In, then t pay a visit soon. Kf
To the famouatlOLI) STAR 8 A LOO D
Depend upon it, near or far, A
Nod can compete with tbe HOLD hi
MRS. MUSIO. Prop.
Very Fincsl Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thlid Htreet and fljeras A venae.
Atlantic Boor Hall I
BCBNBIDKR k X, THuht.
Cool Keg Beer on draught) tba Bnaat Natlv
Wine and the vary bast of flrst-claa
Llqaon. Olvs is a call.
BaiLaoAO Atbscb, Alboqcsbous.
A nstsd riaaa.
Grand A Parent! I from them we reap, T
all kinds of Liquors, tin and epea A
Reliable quality we gel bere, A
to sell pure goods la their lde
Always cool and aharn, their Heer, t
quite unequalled fac or neatk
v ohle Wlnea. all palrona rreet, 17
1 v Irnptirteil and domestic, a Stock comptet C.
Delicioua Cigara, Iihi, here we gain, KI
choli-eat Havora we obtall v
Kxcelleot Rot. mis taitti clean and neat, rry
at now on South First Hire 1
&thua at Albuquerque there are plenty I
who favor t.U AN UK A PAKKNTl
City : Drug : Store
Third Bt. and Railroad Aye.
Drags, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Etc. I
WUOLKSALK AND KHTAIL
W. Y. WALTON. Proprietor
ncceaaor to Plllabnry A Walton.
THAT'S THE PLACE
Where you jet the
Highest Prices for
your goods at .. ..
203 W. Gold Avenue.
or i-eopio tuui Are
Biok or "Just Don't I
only oni roe) a o-jbg.
RsaMn i Ptiaplex. cursi Nsaoacha, UitrwasM saf
Castivsnssi. 2&-ls a boi at ilrmKlis ur l.v an. J
Ikuuplss 1 rt. sd.lrsas Or BoaankeCo I'blla. I'a.
M. II MIOLD,
1 1 ' a ' II Al'TOK
rU lu II I IN. I nil.
UAH (III WAT Ml
P. O. AllllKKSH,
GoMcd, Santa Fc Co.,
To the Young Face
Poaaogi'a Coainjixiog Powuaa gives freabar
charms! to tha old. renewed youth. Try It.
To turs t:oitsllmiiuu ruraver.
TaUtt CiMiiirets ';to.;v t '.illiu rt 10. 1'ioortna.
If (1 1!. !. fall to rum. Uroi-Mala it. fund nioucr
People have a motive (or whatever they
do la life. Thus tliey go to Alaxka when
In search of wealth aud gold aud like
wiee they go to Trotter when they want
to iret tlie very beet groceries at the must
The great underwear sale at the Kmo
omiet Is niaile up of the Quest lines of
iniirillu aud eaiubrle to be had. No trash
aud full width aud length In every garment.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthorlced Capital ....tMM.000 00
Pald-op Capital, Sorplne
andProflu I17S.0J0 00
The Bank of Commerce
oAM fit -,- aao-A-f- sso is raw x.mrms ot cavaoi-.
"" " aa Oe..s w rrae'ee. tPvavy ffaaltSfrf
Oaaa Uveal wttl rT. eas Kaakteg
M. i. Otbbo. President 1. C. BAtDaioas, Lambs. W. C, Lsogaao, Tapfta st
B. P. Soaurrsa. Vlc.-r -arid ant, A. IraailXBg, Klsemann Brat- Wool.
W, I. tbicblb. Cashlar. A, M. BLAOgWBiL, ffroaa. Rlackwsll A Co.. (in cars
H. I. Baiasov, Asalauat Caahlar. W. A. MaxwaLL. Wboleaals Druggist.
Depository for Atcblnon, Topeka k 8anU Fe PaIIw-.
tub ST. E3I,VCO
SAMPLE AND OLTJD ROOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
WICKSTROM & BARNETT. Proirletora
ISO Weet Railroad Ave- Albao,nr( .
LAS VEOA8. W. M.
clorieta, n. m. AIsBUQUERQUE. N. 2E.
JMX KIND- OaTI Tl.A -
Gr. HENRY, M:. D
8tndnt of Dp. Phlllln R I ! r vmm
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M patterns ancceasfuUr cured witblo tha last nine rears. Can refer to pattenta cured, by
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Sngllsh, irrewtvuerman Polish, atnaalan and Hohemlan apoken. O amlt-tl and Oae
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