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Botb tho method and rrtilu hIiph
Syrup of Fig, is taken; it ia pleasant
and refreshing to tho tartc, and acta
gently yet promptly on tho K Rlnryu,
vivcr and Ilowcla, cleanse tlio icym
tcm eflfoetnnlly, dinpels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures hohitunl
oonstipatinn. Syrup of Fig is tho
only remedy of its kind ever rrr
dnced, pleading to tho tioto ana ac
ceptable to tho atomaeh, tirompt in
iu action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy ami agreeable substances, its
mAny excellent qualities commend it
to all and have mado it the most
popular remedy known.
pymp of Figs is for Kale in 60
cent bottles by all leading drn
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on band will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO.
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t the depot.
TIIH 'KKK LIST-The tree of Tub
CITI7.KN embracea N'oticea of Mirlha, alar-rtaa-es,
Funerals, Deaths, I'htirt h Mervlcea and
kulertatnineiit where noadnnaHion isi-hatReU.
HLt.HH A Mil K Ml. II I,
kriitor and Piihllahenk
Dipping tunics. Whitney Co.
Limpt ami tr tumliit. Whitney Cc
QiieeimwarH, nlnoowHre and Unre at
Kn.l f at new H1v rts i . n t o' the
M ittriHMea ol nil k ii'ln untile to i rder
KverUlihur In fie Heooinl liaud line at
J. 0. UliletiD A t o'h.
Novelties in our qiutnswar uVpart
nient. Whitney Co.
Kiftv pieces nf new k iiijtiiiiiH on 1in
pltty ut Hi" Ki-iiiiiinlrtt.
Old brandy, ry r hniirbim only ft per
gallon at A l,.milnrdoV
IIItfhiMt prices palil fur frwtltn' clothing
at Hart's, 117 liolil venue.
Atteml tlit Hifi'litl ninf ei'nt white
gimda Hale at riln Kf Ut llil-t
Tlift very beet iniiplt. Htrup only (1.23
per gallon at A. l.ninlmMu'H
Kreali Kausi I'Kift I'm'. Native efrgn
3(lc per tlizeii at A Loniliardo',
IiiHure your life la the KguiUtblo. Wal
ter N. FarkliurNt, nenral niuiiatfer
Ltut week of embroidery Male. Don't
overlook it an KcotmmiHt pointer.
. Talk aliout your prettv jewel belts. II
feld'ii liave tlielr new rtock in now.
Libertv I'hitTona., eoinetliiiiK new, at
the (Joltten Uule llry (iumltt ctunpauy.
He the window tlixlay of new xpring
gi at the dry koimIk Htore the Kcono-
If yon want anythlun In the Miiillng
or Job printing line, call at THKCmihK
l'almetto lllier cotton top mattreeeM
are the. Uvd; lu-i'lo and wild by M . V.
BwIhs einlirolderlee, Hiiniliuru em-
troldi rien at extra bijImI prices. Kimeu-
Bay your cunip stoves and havo ynnr
tin-work tloue at the btar tluehop, 2iV
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street, lie has the nlceut freeh
ninats in the oitv.
Thorn TurklHh towel at two for 25
renin are all rilit. ton't mltw getting
ftouie. lUieeuwuld liros.
Hot chile con came eervvd every night
at the faradise. l)o not uiixa it. Itache-
chl & Gioiul, propnetore.
Kutrelle liuys furniture In car loU and
paye the cueh for nauie, and can't be un
dersold, ami iion t forget,
h'ew and Hecond hand furniture, glims
ware, tinware, etc., at J. O. tiiileou &
Co's, 111 north Klret street.
K. K. Trotter uiakes It a point to keep
a large and varied supply of the truiUtof
the eeuMdi at bis becoud etreet store.
We pay the beet prices for anything lu
the eet'oud baud good line, and sell
same rheup for canli. J. O. Uideon Si Co
Leave orders at the " Iceberg " fur
Pallet's export and "bine ritibon" beers
lu nuarta ami pints. Charles M. Geacb,
The beet place for good, juicy steaks
and roaetM ami all kinds of meats, kept
lu a tli hi clay market, at Kleiuwnrt s,
norm lUlrd etreet.
A bottle ef good old liquor may some
timet) prevent eerious Mucks lu a family.
You can get the very beet at lowrnl
prices at A. Lombardo's.
Fifty dozen ehlrlM of all description for
men and boy's wear, blroug, well uiude
and up to date goiHte, all going at 60
cents. K. L. Wa-.hh:.ru & Co.
Choicest atMortiuent of spring dress
patterns iu all the latest styles, colors
Hint weaves exclusively ehnvvu ut the
(ioliti'li Kule llry (iih.1h ciimiiiiys.
We heat our water with Cerrillos coal
It gets red hot and we are always ready
lo give you the mo-l c mrortahie bath lu
the city, lluhu & Co., "i 7 Hailroad uve
lion't forget the "(ireen Front Hhoe
Store," No. li t Hailroad avenue, V iu.
Chaplin i cheapest and best place to get
nIhms, and repairing done ou the short
Just received a large assignment of
due California (irape brand) , spring Iri,
which we will sell to aalisiu keepers at
tl.t'i per gallon. Original package. U.
llachechl it, ti. liluml.
You do not want to miss seeing the
new arrivals of shirt waints, kid gloves,
ribbons, ladies' ueckwear, wash gissts,
organdies, embruideries, luces, while
goods, percales, outing flannel, silks,
spring dress good, duly at tiolden Kule
Liry Uood company.
Items Culled and Classified from Our
NEWS OF INTEREST TO
O AI.Ll I'.
tlHllup, Feb. 21. "Land of Sunshine?"
Galluo, N. U., of Course.
Mrs. 1). M. Klchardson and Mrs. J. J.
Keegau are thrratnned with la grippe.
The ladles of the Congregational
church held a very pleasant "dime so
cial" In the church parlors Friday even
ing of last week.
C. Cotton has provided a One surrey
aud epau for the use of himself and fam
ily. J. J. Keegan has ordered two fine
wheels for himself aud wife, aud (i. Bar
ney has ordered a phaeton. W ho will
deny that Gallup Is not on the move or
Mr. W ill Pratt and family are to oc
cupy the t'rlugle Cottaga as eonu as the
Improvement are completed, and some
one said Dr. K. Ilarp.tr was to move his
family to the Denuinore house. Qulen
There are tumors of changes In mer
cantile circles. May be so and may be
Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. F. W. Meyers are
expecting to spend a few weeks In the
Duke City soon, aud It Is said that Mrs.
Stone and Mrs. Kdinondson will spend a
part of the summer In New York.
Mr. Katon aud family, from Pennsyl
vania, are cosily settled In the red cot
tage on Railroad avenue.
The mercantile firm of Russell & Klsle
have had a Que new sign erected In frout
of their store, and to-day are busy open1
lug up an immense stock of millinery
and dry gotsls.
W. a Campbell will leave Gallup for
Bisbee on the 3rd of March, but he'll
come back, see If he doesn't.
Mrs. French Is visiting with her sister.
Mrs. a Frost.
Itev. Manuel Is settled In his work, and
very pleasautly I should conclude. He Is
one of four curates In a large parish, ser
vices being held In an old historical
church of the colonial times.
Miss Gertie Ochaid Is suffering from so
severe a oold that fears were for a time
entertained that the loss of her voice
might prove a permauent one, but she Is
Miss Kva Kuiery Is doing nicely, which
proves that miracles are not a thing of
Dr. K Harper Is "at home," much to
he -HturHCtlun of his patients. Dr. Hlnch
Is good, but we who are accustomed to
Hi. Harper think he Is better, and uoth
ii.g is stronger lhau a woman's prejudice
iu favor of her family physician.
Lawyer Henry was suddenly called
home to Iowa on the 25th by ths sad
uews of the serious Illness of a sister.
We heartily hope that Mr. Henry may
find her much better In spite of the ur
gent summous. The Fln-de-Hlecle
club met on last Thursday and were en
tertained by Mrs. J. J. Keegau. After
njeiilinuliig this fact, little need be said
ab ut the really jolly time had, but one
would like to mention the delicious
lunch laid out ou the polished dlulug
room table, with the mass of golden
chrvsauthemums as a glowing center
piece, the tiny boutounlere at each place,
still It would be a superfluous task as
most of the society people of Gallup
have tested the quality of the hospitality
dispensed by the hostess of the after-
uisin. Kach lady received a dainty
souvenir of the meeting. The following
names were added to the list of "ap
proved") Mesdames Kdinondson, F.
Hiiicb, Rupert aud Reitz; Misses Roberts,
Dougherty and Folsom. The next meet
lug will be with Mrs. 0. Page.
lhe Kuchreclub were entertained by
Mrs. Mulliollaud last Saturday afternoon.
Ot r tuk Thack.
IL Lit crrv.
From the Knterpnae.
D. J. Doran and Peter Anderson, two
well known miners of Grant county, are
at work upon the Graphic mine at Had
ley. Mollis, the daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.
Htepheu Kemp, died In this city, Tues
day, February 15. Death was due to
pneumonia. Deceased was It) years of
age and was a bright, lovable aud highly
esteemed young lady.
Jacob and Samuel Abrahams, of Clif
ton, Arizoua, brothers of Abe, Louis aud
llyuian Abrahams, of this city, were iu
Sliver City last week visiting their rela
tives here. Both brothers have dis
posed of their business Interests iu
Clifton aud are set king a location. From
here they will go to the City of Mexico
and then to the Paclllc coast, aud it is
not Improbable that they will deride to
locate aud engage lu mercantile pur
From the Ilea.
D. A, Shope was a passenger for Wis
consin to joiu his family and visit
friends. Ou March 20 he will return, ac
oompauled by Mrs. and Miss Shope.
Mrs. John llouke, wife of the new
roadiuaster. Is iuw In the east visiting
friends. She will take up her resideuce
lu San Marclal about the first of March.
Fred, l'iugrey's crew of painters fin
ished work in dan Marclal last week and
departed for Deuiing to decorate railroad
butlillug-i. From Iteming they go to El
Mrs. J, W. Duffy, of Sau Antonio, was
taken seriously 111 last week. At last re
ports she was uiic iuscious aud but little
hope Is entertained of her recovery. Her
daughter, Mrs. Taft, and oth-ir members
of the family are in attendance.
Engineer Kd Manning Is uot on the
call this week, owing to au injury to one
of his legs caused by the breaking of a
side rod of his engine early lu the week.
The evolutions of the broken rod smashed
the eab before the eugiue was brought to
The Episcopal choir made about f 57 at
their concert. This unusual financial
success 1 due almost eutirely to the per'
severance of Mrs. F. P. ri'llsou aud Miss
NEW MEXICO !
ALL KINDS OF READERS
Dora Conroy, who had the management
of the sffnir, and were untiring In their
efforts to push It along to a successful
Trainmaster Geo. Ayerand Roadiuaster
llouke Inspected the line between San
Marcial and Kl Paso, last week, riding on
a dynamo-gasoline car. This car Is a
good deal In the nature of a railway tri
cycle and can be run as fast as thirty
miles aj hour.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L Lujan expect to de
part for Detroit, Mich., ou the 3rd of
March to be absent about three months.
Mr. Ltijan goes to complete his steno
graphic studies at the II. M. Perria In
stitute, of which Institution be has been
a correspondence pupil for several
mouths. Pete will return to San Mar
clal with a diploma.
las Vkttaa. ,
From the Optic.
K. II. Salaiar Died his bond and sent it
on to Washington, He will soon be
ready to enter upon his new duties as
The proprietors of the Fleck boarding
and lodging house, Messrs. Solsor A Mor
gan, have dissolved partnership, Mr.
Morgan going It alone.
School Superintendent Monlco Tofoya
has made the apportionment of the
school funds to the several districts of
the couuty. The East las Vegas appor
tionments were made on a basis of 722
pupils at 00 cents each, making a total of
fCW 21) for the apportionment to that
Sabeno Archuleta waa In town Satur
day, complaintug that parties are cat
ting ties on his laud near Roclala, the
same laud having been patented to him
by the government. Of course Mr.
Archuleta has redress at law.
The social function of New Mexico for
many a year was the farewell banquet
given to Judge Thomas Smith In this
city Friday evening. It waa a gathering
of the people, Irrespective of party, poll
tics, race or occupation an ovation of
which any living man might be justly
From the New Mexican.
Rolsrt C. Gortuer left for Goshen, Ind
Saturday to pay a visit to his parents.
Mrs. Arthur Seltgman has about recov
ered from her recent Illness, but la still
con lined to her residence.
Miss Jennie Call has returned home
from Las Vegas Hot Springs, where she
has been visiting her sister, Miss Tessle
Mrs. L. A. Hughes Is slowly Improving
and as soon as able to travel, Mr. aud
Mrs, Hughes will take a trip to southern
Colonel Venceslao Jaramlllo, of the
governor's staff, after spending a week
most pleasantly with friends and rela
tives here, baa returned to his home In
Klo Arriba couuty.
Captain 8. 11. Day, the efllcient presi
dent of the Water and Improvement com
pany, has returned from a three weeks'
trip through sugar beet ranting and beet
sugar manufacturing districts of Cali
Miss Ruth Weir, who is favorably re
membered by many friends lu this city,
will arrive from La Porte, Did., daring
this week on a short visit to her sinter
and then proceeded south ou a trip to
At Tree Pletlras, at noon Saturday, Kd.
Ilartman, brakemau on the Denver A
Rio Grande railroad, while coupling
ears, met with an accident and had two
lingers of the right baud smashed. Mr.
Ilartman Is well known in Santa Kt an I
his misfortune is much regreted here.
W. L. Jones, bookkeeper In the First
National bank aud formerly manager of
the Western I'nlon Telegraph office In
this city, says he is very well acquainted
with the famous Thomas A. Edison by
wire, having for some mouths in 1874
worked on the same wire with him, Mr.
Edison being In the St. Louis ofllce aud
Mr. Joues In the Kansas City office.
TERRITORY OP AR'ZONA.
WILLI A MS.
From the News.
Little Ah Sid, Williams' Chinese kid,
was 14 years old last Friday.
Williams will have a good base ball
team next summer.
A telegram announcing the death of
the wife of W. II. Pitts, called Jas. A.
Pitts to Kingman. Mrs. PitU was 111
only three days, and the blow fell heavily
upon the bereaved husband and relatives.
Mrs. William Hayward returned from
Jerome and Needles. At Jerome she es
tablished a lodge of Rathboue Sisters.
The organization starts off numerically
strong and with great promise of sue
Judge J. M. Sauford says this wluter
has been the coldest he has ever seeu In
his thirty-seven years' residence lu this
part of Arizona. He reports the uuusu
ally low temperature of ti degrees below
zero at Prescott, something unknown
there before. At the Deunls Lumber
Co.'s mill, twelve miles distant from
n llllams, they report in Iwiow zero one
morning about two weeks ago.
From the Sun.
George Wood returned from a trip to
Seattle, Hash, Everyone in that couu
try had a bad oase of Kloudlcltls, but
Mr. Wood escaped the contagion.
The executive committee of the Flag
stuff Literary society announces that
the next meeting of the society will be
held ou Friday evening, Murcli II, at
the court house.
A. T. Corult-h finished the cutting and
loading of eight carloads of Ice at llelle
mout last Tuesday. The cars were
shipped to this place aud the ice put Into
ice houses for use next summer. The
Ice is twelve iuches thick aud of good
quality and was rat from the Oosney
John fiance, the only original Grand
canyon' guide, has purchased the resi
dence of John Marshall, on South San
Francisco, street, and U Improving and
remodeling It. It is the intention of
Captain llsnce to spend his leisure time
From the Artrua.
Ben Burks has lraspd 4 O a.T i.f
Captain II. J. Ramer, which he will put
Into Irish potatoes. Ho hits ordered a
cider mill and will supply this section
with spu Is and potato Juice for years to
We understand that 8. 1. Frankenfleld,
the genial bookkeeper of th Altec Laud
A Cattle company, now Its-aled at Albu
querqne, Is yearning for tho greeu pas
tures at llolbrook.
Sheriff Crelghe, of Apache county, re
turned from Albuquerque, having In
charge one Mr. Carter, who Is charged
with being too handy with his branding
Mrs. Adolph Schuster has been on the
sick list, but at this writing Is ab e to
11. J. Rauier arrived from Albuquerque
and spent a day visiting his many
friends at llolbrook. He started for his
ranch ou Canon Creek Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Julius Siloersteiu ar
rived from Fort Apache the other day.
The doctor returned to his duties the
same day, but Mrs. Sllberstein went ou
the Paclllc coast, where she will remain
for a month on account of her health.
Five large boxes containing t.t'K)
Copies of Hie report of Governor McCord
to the secretary of the Interior were re
The "Iron Jawed Kid" waa brought
over from Tempo on a charge of va
grancy. He Is a morphine enthusiast
and bad been run out of Phoenix.
Article of partnership between W. B
Karnes and James W. Beuham In the fuel
business, under the title of the Phoenix
Wood and Coal company, were filed In
the county recorder's olllce.
Tori bio Ochoa killed two mountain
Huns at Sugar I -oaf, near Mesa City, and
filed the scalps with Lee Gray, clerk of
the board of supervisors. Under the law
he Is entitled to 10 for his service.
A deed conveying the Bob White mine,
located in the White Tank mining dis
trict, thirty Ova miles In a westerly di
rection from Phoenix, from J. K. Maddox
to K. W. Kelthline, James Burson and 0.
L. Grosvenor, waa died with the county
recorder. The consideration named I
Charles Zsch, of Codington county, 8.
D , who owns the west half of section 25,
township 1 south, range 4 east, in Mari
copa county, Died suit In the district
court Friday, asking for damage to the
amouut of 12.000 against Valentine
Grant. The petition alleges that the de
fendant eulered upon the land at a point
2,lou feet west of the northwest corner,
and constructed an irrigation ditch that
runs In a southwesterly direction over
the property for a distance of 2.HO0 feet.
The plaintiff asserts this seriously Inter
feres with the irrigation of his owu laud,
and hence asks damages.
For Ovar fitly Vaara.
An Olu and Wkll-Tkjku Hkmkhy.
Mrs. WIuhIow's S.Mjthtuff Hvrun has
beeu used for over Uttv years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, ami is tr.o best remedy
for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists in every part of the
world. Tweuty-tlve cents a bottle. Its
value is Incalculable, he sure and ask
for Mrs. W luslow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
Maricopa k Phoenix Railroad Company
Brought lo Court.
Attorney Harry K. Zuck, of Temps,
Hied a suit In the district court, Thurs
day, against the Maricopa A I'lus-nlx
railway company on behalf of J. 11. Root
aud his two children, R. R. Root aud
Glenn Hoot. The petition drawn up by
Mr. Zuck asks for a judgmeut against
the railroad company for a total of $11,-
lioo actual damages aud $15,000 exem
The petition recites In effect that
Mrs. Surah J. Root, til years old,
was run down by a Maricopa & Phoe
nix tralu ou Juue 4, 1S'J7, aud re
ceived Injuries from which she subse
quently died. Mrs. Root was traveling
on the public highway two aud a quarter
miles south of the depot lu a buggy, ac
companied by her sou Glenn, It) years
years old, aud her grandsou, Roy, JO
mouths old. W here the highway crosses
ths railroad truck, It Is claimed, there
was a great quaulity of weeds aud foil-
age growing which completely obscured
the view from the road. Neither
was there any sign board, as re
quired by law, recites the petition.
As the buggy was crossiug the
track, a special or extra tralu of the
company struck It. Mrs. Root was fa
tally injured aud, the petition says, was
Insane ou and after that date until July
1H, when death intervened. Actual
damages were placed at 1 10,000, medical
attendance, nursing and eare at I'oO
and funeral expeuses at 2.j0. Iu addi
tion, the deprivation of the compauiou
ship of a wife and mother are recited as
foundation for exemplary damages peti
tioned tor. Phoenix Gazette.
rnc.iret ati-1 v t'utluiclic. the moat wnn-de-rful
liicnicu! di'owl'V of tl.u p.i aa-
ant and i efcalani- to the ruMe, o l ircntly
and pouitlvt ly on kiilneva, liver and iMiwela,
cleuiisiiikr the entire a.vnl'iu. dlKK'l t-ohla,
cute hen. luulin, lever, habitiKil i-oiialiiatioa
and billoiiartoa. 1'icnae buy mid try a Imix
of (I. ('. ('. to day; 10, Milcnia. Huldauil
guaranteed to cms by all drugials.
Tli Try-On MjraUiui,
We have adopted a new system for
those who desire new suits. The suits
are cut and banted, sent to us by express,
and molded to the customer Iwfors Mu
lshed. You cannot fail to get a perfect
fit by this system.
K. L. Washhi iin Co.
To Loan On unimproved Albuquerque
real estate, f.. Apply to li. W. D
ltryau, First National bank.
for the coming year on baking powder will be
very light if you buy Schilling's Best and use
only one heaping teaspoonful to a quart of flour.
ust m cp.
Emptoyei of Santa Fe Kottflsd They Matt
Pay Tbelr Bill.
The employes of the Gulf, Colorado A
iUnta Fe have received warning that
they mint promptly pay their doctor,
eoal, grocery and other bills and an out
standing liquor account will b regarded
as sufTit'lent cause for dismissal. Gar
nishment will also cause the dismissal
pf the employe.
For several years the rule of the Santa
Fe has been that three garnishments
would be considered sufficient cause for
the dismissal of the uulucky man in
debt. There have been case where a
hard working and faithful railroad man
has met reverses, sickness In his family
or other cause calling tor an extra strain
upon the pocketbook and sometimes not
full time. On popular Santa Fe official
has often been generous and has come to
the assistance of some one hard pressed
for money and has saved him from his
third and last garnishment.
The rule I a good one, but occasion
ally, but not often, an employe whom the
company cannot afford to lose I garn
ishee! for the third time. But there are
more ways than one of killing a cat.
Regular review Alba
querque Tent, No. I, K
O. T. M.. this evening
st 8 o clock, at the K.
I'. hall. on Gold avenue.
All members are ear
nestly requeeted to at
tend. By order of the
R. K.GKNTBT.R. K.
State or Ohio, City of Toledo, f
Ll CAS CoUNTT. )
Frank J. Chunky make oath that he
Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
t hkwyA Co., doing business In the City
of Toledo, Couuty and State aforesaid,
and that aald Arm will pay the sum of
(INK HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
every ra of Catarhh that cannot be
cured by the use of hall 8 catarhh ithk.
FRANK J. t llK.NEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this Oth day of December,
A. D. mt.
la7?T"l A. W.GLKASON,
I ZXJ Notary Public.
Hall's Cartarrh Cnre Is taken internally
and acta directly on the blood and mucous
surface of the system. Seud for testi
F. J. CHENEY CO.,
tirSold by druggist, 78c
WANTED, rum SALE AMD BENT.
Wanted Household good and gent'
clothing. W bitten, 114 Gold avenue.
Wanted Dressmaklug, cutting and fit
ting. Reference. No, 622 W. Railroad
Wanted Girl tor general house-work.
Apply at Mrs. Root. Putney', 603 south
T hird street.
Wanted Salesmen for cigars; $125 a
month and expenses; experience un
necnsHury; inducements to customers. C.
C. Bishop A Co, St. Louis, Mo.
Largs front room for rent. Apply at
614 west Lad avenue.
For Rent A three-room house, at No.
601 north Second street.
Fort Rent Furnished front room, first
flair; housekeeping privilege. A., this
Two Rent Six-room and three-room
houses, furnished or unfurnished. W.
For Hale, Cheap Farm wagon fixed
tor ramping. 6o2 north Fifth street
For Sale A set of entirely new Ave
ounce boxing gloves, cheap. Kuqulre at
To Sell Two modern 8-room cottages;
two horses; three wagons; all kinds of
household goods. W. V, Futrelle.
A man stands no chauoe of being
elected to the mayorship of a city unless
lis enjoys the conlldence and esteem of
bis neighbors. George W. Humphreys is
the popular mayor of Swantou, Ohio,
and under date of January 17, lMHi, be
writes as ftd lows; "I bis is to certify to
our appreciation of Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedv. My family and neighbors have
tested it, and we know it Is au excelleut
remedy for coughs and colds. George
W. Humi hrey." Sold by all druggist.
NOTIIK Or ASSFJMUK.
The assessor of Bernalillo county will
be at the places mentioned below on the
dates therein stated, for the purpose of
receiving the property returns of all per
sons subject to the tame In said pre
cinct. All persons are required to come
to said places mentioned to make the
said return, otherwise they will have to
come to the couuty seat:
1'ieclnct li. I.na l'adillaa-llouae of Vidul
Chitvi-x. March ?.
I'm nut 1 1, 1'ajarllo-lloUM! of Felipe Hub.
bell, March S.
I'leciui t wh, Hunclma de Atrlaco llouae of
Joe dv lu Lux anchea, March V.
I'recinct ti. Atnaco llouae of Manuel A.
Jaiionillo, March lo.
I'rei nu t '4i, I.I Tajo llouae of MaceCroa
aau, March 1 1.
I'recinct f. Uarrlaa llouae of Vicente Cha
vez, March 1 1.
I'recinct Sf, List Duranea- Iluuae of Jeaua
I.ui ero, March J'J.
1'm oict H, l.oa lincgoa - llouae of Juan C,
Sasrora, Match 1 1.
Freciie t 4. Loa Hanchoa llouae of Anibro
ulo I lama. March 1 b.
I'recinct a. Alainrda Iluuae of Kurnaldo
Moiiloya, Match HI.
fiecinct "J, Corralea llouae of Alejandro
Sandoval, March 17.
I'recii.it I, lletnahllo Iluuae of I'edro
I'etea, March la.
I'rei lnct IU, Algislonea llouae of Felipe
(jama. March In.
ITi'c iiu t a I, Wallace llouae of Loreoto
(jurcia, March Ul.
Hircim t 17, I'ena Ulanca-lfouaeof Antonio
fremiti U7, Blaud A. L. Finch'a atore,
t'lccinct ID, l.aa I'lacitaa llouae of Fran
cisco t rujiiiu, alarm
Precinct II, San Ygnailo -
llouae of Juao
t'luuin, iMurcn .
rrclnct lb. C'aaa de Salaiar llouae of Pan-
taleon Mora. Match s.
I'recinct .', truadalupe llouae of Juao
Mota. March U.
I'ic in, t vl. I .a Ventana I louse of Hilarlo
Bamloval, Man li it.
I'm-nii t 'an, Naciiulento llouae of E. A.
Miera. March lo.
iTr, mi i .ij, Ijt Jara-llouae of Abel Sando
val. M irth II.
I'rei inct (fouxaliloe- llouae of Joae K,
konictu Man h 1 '4.
ITecinct Is. San Yaldro llouae of CM.
Sandoval. M-m h 1 1.
Precinct 'il. -icuirs llouae of Francisco
Moiiluya, March ll.
I'rciimi '44. Tijeraa llouae of Mariano
Km. Maul, 17.
I'rt-cin, t 7, San Antonio Iluuae of Teodoro
it. in la. ai.nch is
, I'recinct a1:, San I'edro - Iluuae of Juan
'. Jt. ru. March III
ITeiin t iu, Clitlill llouae uf Filuineuo
Mora. March VI.
I'riciint at, Clhllll-Uouae of Milton Dow
Man h 'a I
I'm un t '41, (iallup Olllce of L. L. Henry,
I'rei lie t Sli), (rullup (Jllice of L. L. Henry,
Precinct 1,1, (ll.l Albuiiucrune- Court bouae,
I're, met '4. Allti(iuefiiie N. T. Armilu
bmldiuu. Man h 'as. 'au. :io.
Pre. met un, A lijiniiu'rijue - N, T. Ariiuju
liiiliuma. March Ul, April I ami 4.
J. R. Ahmiju, Assessor,
Tt tit era an reaaesi
fear dodging and lar
flnrina a err at and
vital fact simply be-
cne a few pfcjti
people have nt.
Mi qnatrd ideas of what
t . rnnatittitea ntmallt
nd tnndeety f Rea
son and bnneaty mf
rrlainlv not. Mr
and women are at
tracted to each other
because they are mea
and women and be.
rauae It is right and
neceasary that they
a bin id be ae at
tracted. Ths lMnr
that make a man at
tractive are the char
actcrl'tica canaed by
hia Inherent manli
nea by the strength
which make him a
perfect man. The.
ma h I t r. . rt
Ji,. manT There la atmne
A it' .iCt attractiveness In per
Xay 'yf fret health. There it
i - Lm IN"V "inii.in nnu nine;-
Ve netiara in it. A wo-
1, r" ,ijm . v
man cnnniH ov en
tirtly womanly "he
Mnnnt he a fterfeM
Arn.''J woman if she ia not
- In perfect health. In
luat an mnch aa her
steVneaa alTicta the organ that make her a
woman, In juat ao much ahe Inaea attractive
neaa. This la the vital part of her health.
If anything ia wrong there, it may reeult in
all manner of ilia all over the body, Care,
leaa, or too busy, physicians frequently treat
the avmptnma of this kind of diwtder as
separate and diatlnct ailments. The aymp.
limn are many and varied, ao mnch ao thnt
when a woman ia aick in any way, the firM
thought ahottld be riven to the orgftia dla.
tinctly feminine. About 9 times in 10 the
cause of the tremble will be found there.
Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures all
disorders of thia kind. There i no guess
work about it. There ia an chance about it.
tt la a fact that haa ireen demoti-trated la jo
eonu year 01 eaienatve practice.
Thousands of women have written grate
ful letters, who bave wi.hed the whole
world of women to know the wonderful
thing the " Freacrlptton " baa dotal (u
Fropeaals tor atrawllaai ( Nehool Hulld
iarg. United Statea Indian Service, )
Santa he Indian Iniluntrlal t liool, t
hanta Fe, N. M., Feb. 91, lsws )
Healed proposals, indoraed "I'ropoaals fur
hre tlon of Schisil Hulldlng," and addreaaed
to the undents tied at Satnta Fe, New Memo,
will be received at thia si IkmiI until I o'clock
ft. m. of 1 hnralay, March 17, 1 huh, for (urtil.h
ng the neceaaary matetiala and labor reuiured
In the eonattoction and completion of one (II
btlck dormitory building at Santa Feaclesil,
New Memo, In attlct accordance with plana
and apecltlcatlona which may lie eiamiued at
the Indian iiNh-e. Washington. DC, the olllce
of I HI C'lTlKK of Albunueniue. N. M.,lhe
Hulltlers and Tradera' Kli limine, Omaha, Neo.,
the I nlted Htatea Indian Warehouse, No. I noa
Mute etreet. Chicago, ill., and at thia achtHil,
For any additional Information apply to
Thumab M. Junks.
pKtll'OSAI H FOR KKF.NII HhKFANI)
Mutton--4 lllice Chief Cotnnilaaaty, Denver,
t nlo., March 1, lsiis. Healed proposals In
triplicate will be received by coinmiaaarlea at
the following poata, until II a. m. standard
mountain time, March 81, lsus, and then
oix-neil. for furnishing and delivering In
bulk, the Fresh Heef and Mutton, ftont the
bls k. required at theae poata bv the mUirt.
ence department, United Statea Army, during
the fiscal year commencing July 1, iniim:
eons Apsche. (irant. Iluachuca and Whipple
ll.rra, k.. Arllonaj llayard and Wlngnte, N.
M l laiaan, Colo.t Douglaa and DuCheane,
I tab. Freah Heef .hall he good lu quality ami
condition, I tit for Immediate use, and from
fore anil hind quarter meats proportionately,
Including all beet cuts thereof . Fresh mutton
hall be of good, fat and marketable quality,
from wethers over one sntl under three years
old Heel anil mutton to be dressed and
trimmed and delivered as prescribed In circu.
Isr of Instructions. lriuih will aho tm
itn id HMmg lru0 ml W ic4 tut.lrr ,UI T
frtik hftl or mutton of ckttrmter aeats ttatrj, mn4
to 60 atliittrot of Hmjitmtnn not iiwir Mai SO
ircenvi t.iktiHkfit. Preference given to articles
if domestic pnsluction, cost and quality being
equal. On. eminent reserves the right to re
lect any or all bids or Dsns thereof, and to
waive any liilorinaliiiee therein. Iitetruciiona
furnlahed on application lo cotnmiMirlee of
aisive nameo poet or to W. L. Albxanuir,
Maior. C. S.
v-' Ihrnver, Colo., March l.lsiis. healed pro
:issls In triplicate will be received here until
11 oclnck a. 111.. Alirll 1 IkUM m,wI il..m
opened, fur transportation of Military Supplies
011 nimin nirs i, a, , s, d, a ami 7, anil lor
marine a, urnm, .oio., (luting the llscal
year commencing July I, Ihhs. I nlted Slate
reaervea right to reieii any or all proposals.
Infortnstion furnlahed on aoollcatlon. knvl.
tinea containing proposala aiinuld Is? marked:
"I'ropoaala for Transportation un Koute No.
,' and addreaaod to K. H. Atwooii. Lt. Col.
and I.Q. M.den l. Chief (J M.
(Homestead Kn try No. s Ms II. J
Nolle for fablloalloa.
Land Olllce at Hanta Fe. N. f I
February Is, lsus. f
Notice I hereby given that the followlnar.
named settler bss Hied notice of his Intention
to make Dual prisif In etipport of hla claim, and
that aald ptistf will be made before the regmler
and receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on Match Ul,
iMim, via t juan de nioaSalaa, lot the ShSt uf
section 14, 1 p. N. K o k.
He nsmes the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of aald land. vis. i I'edro laipea, F.utillo l.u
i ero, Yiirlto Liu ero aud Kelujio Luceru.all of
x iiius n cub, . m .
Maniibl K. Otsmo, Reg later.
llotneatead Kntry No. tsss )
Matin for fabltoatlaa.
laind OMIi eat Santa Fe. N. M., )
February IH, lsus, J
Notice la hereby given that the following
lined settler bus tiled notire of Ins intention
lo make II md onsit in support of bis claim, and
that asnl prisif will lie made before the register
ami receiver at Santa Fe. N. M.. on Man h si.
Ihhs. vi. : Kuiillo l.ucero, for the SKU of the
SVYt4 and lis s of aectioti an. and N hi of the
NWtsaml lot I of eccllou Ul, towualup a N,
range la h.
lie nanus the following wltnesae to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
ol aald laud, vu i feuro Lonel, Juan de Dloe
Salas, Keiiino l.ucero and Vaidru Lucero, all
oi i-iuoa v.c'118, ni, m.
MANlkL K. (Itikd, Keg later,
i llotnestead Kntry No. 4UT3.J
Mutio for Fubllcsllou.
Land Olllce at Santa Fe. N. M., 1
Feoiuury In, lsus. I
Notice la hereby given that the lollowing
nained aetller haa Hied notice of bla inlenllou
to make liual piool lu support of hla claim, and
that aald proof will lie made before the register
and receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on March SI,
lsus, viii Hedru Uipei, fur the N'-a of the
N K4 of section US, and the S1, of the bhl ul
ae -tli hi Ut, township H N, range 14 K.
lie natiiea the following witnesses to prove
hla continuous residence utinn and cultivation
of aald land, vu: Juan de Ihoa Salas, hiuillu
l.ucero, isiuro l.ucero and Kelujio Lucero,
all of I'luo Wells, N. M.
Mani fcL H. Otiko, Register.
WANTKII L'I'K Hi HT AND FAITHFi'L
geutleinen or ladles to trsvel for reapol).
slble estalillalied house In Albuquerque, N.M.
Monthly, fob ..nil elpenaee Fimlllou stesdy.
Hefereuce. KucIihss aelf-addtesaed atarnped
eovelope. TUm ifotuiutuu Company, Uept.
On tli morning- of February 20, 1W.',
I was sick witb lliuujatlsiu, aud lay lu
bed until May SI. wbeii I got a bottle of
I'bauiberlalu s Fain Hal in. TbsUrstap
pliratlou of It relieved uie almost eu
tirely from the pain and the second af
forded complete relief, la a sbort time
1 waa aula to be up aud about aalu.
A. T. Moream, Luterue, Uiuu. bold by
T Ike rublle.
I desire to appeal to tli people of Albu
querque and lleruallllo county for contri
butions of money, clothing and provisions
tor the destitute patriots of Cuba, whose
borne) bave beeu devastated during their
loug and heroic struggle for Independ
ence. The destitution ou the Island Is so
universal that the president of the L'uited
States ha felt impelled to reijuest the
people of this country to orgaulze for the
relief of the Cubans, and the committee
of which the undersigned is ehalriuau
has been organized ia pursuance of
the president's request. Money, clothing
and provisions are greatly needed and
niay be sent to Mrs. Nelll H. Kield, l'JUl
W. L. Trimble A Co. have kindly con
sented to call for and deliver free of
charge all parcels anil packages Intended
for the committee. Who gives promptly,
gives twice. Mn.s. Mix Li'Na.
First (iua for Hprlug llusiuessl
To start the ball rolling we have just
placed on sale 25 dozen Wilson liros.'
fancy bosom white boi? shirts with
separate link cuffs, at Hi cents. We cou
aider this the biggest bargalu lu this Hue
ever shown here. Be sure aud see them
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
li t A. II rjm '
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Anthoriasrl Capital ....loOOrOOO 00
Paid-up Capital, 8urv!tf
The Bank of Commerce
DauLp i voiiBJwsr axoMAvaa
siUall Amiaa osjkjea
M. B. Oraao, Prsstdent 1. C. Baldbidob, Ltmbar. W. C. LaogABtt, CsaHalln
B. P, Dobdstsb, Vlc-Prealdant A. Riiaji, Bhanuaa ha. Wool.
W.R.BTBioBLaB, Cblr. A, at. Buciwiu. Unas. aiieiii A r
U. 1, iHBBaoit. Aaalstsnt Cashlsr. W. A. MAI SIX, WbolMaJ Dratrtl.
Dcpositorj for Atchison, Topeka A S&nU Te Batllwa.
the ST. E3I.DVEO
SAMPLE AaffD CLUB nOOSf
Finest Whiskies .Brandies, Wines, Etc.
WICKSTROM & B AUNETT, Pro irietors
ISO Wont RHroAd Atm Albamrt
LAS VEOA8. N. M.
G. HENRY, iVT. D
StQdant of Dr. Phlllln Rtaaril af Pranat..
THIRTY -8U THAB8' PBACTICK. UKU ONLT TRSATXO.
A mm BTnarantaiaar4 In twm . a . . . . .
i " , . , ' mhviisiistu vuvu curw ww (jrrBwniCBiDiaf wrM pofasi 04m
JJonorrhoea. leet and strlcttir .ueedllr cored with Dr. atlcnrd' french Hemedis. Use sat
fSnZlP'S0" """L" TUHhKUAV. NO CUSMI!l, liNOALWOUU OIL ssl
CUfAIHA used Snerinstorrhoea. ae ml rial ian. nl.M n,ii,ui. ln.m.
ISPSi1 " . ' Ucor'' melliod prsctlceai lo Uie VViirid' Hosplul, Perl, keferenc! On i
SO,OCK)pstlsotssoccerfullr cured within tli. Isst o Ids Tsar. Can retet to pall oil la br
Hn(llat), Krsnch, Kerinao Pnliali. ktiMalan and Bohemian apoa.o. to sUtatlaat aa4 Us
uailasuss rtss Curreap wdaQc aolleltaaji nrtctlf oondaiUal
W. JL. TRIMBLaE & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second SU, Detween Railroad and Copper Atci.
liora. And Haiti Beoght JIxJkamawL.
Ag.nta for Colambna Baggy CmpT.
Th Bat Tarnenta fa til a City
Carriages, Road Carta, Spring Wagoru, Victorlaa
Bugftei, Fhaetona, Etc., for Sale. t I t
Addma W. L. TRIMBLE t
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKBL & BOTHE. Proos.
(Bnooesnott to rraaa It, Jonaa.1
Eincst WMsIiies, Impcrtsl tiiil DcmesUc Wina and Ccil
Tbe Coolett anl Elf kut Grade Later Serrea.
Finest IUlllard Hall in the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
m m BBBaBasBaaBaaw' w m
25c 50c 11 1 Ita I"1
rpOTI A 6BADI1 to tbem wa clln.. n
-L Thuir OROCRRIKS havt tha Manlaa liaVf
Of TRA3 aod COPKKKS and CANNKU HOODQ rar TI
Trie prloa they ebarge la alwaja fall
rilhey baU the flnwtt LA (1KB BKKB. A
1- To pleaa tbelr patrooa la their Ida.
In WINKS A LIQU0B3, wa alwaya Oud ft
A Tha eboloest quality of avery kln-L'
&Tbua competltlou they defy. 1
TOTI ft URAOI ea&t babeataay 1
Agents for Covote Canyon Lime Company.
Free deli vary to all parts of the city
New TVIophnre .4.7. 218. 216 AND 217 NORTH TH1BD 8T
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprlator
Iron and Braia Cast in a t Or, Coal and Lombar Oara i Bhallina;, PullT, Chraia Bare
Babbit alalal i Oolumna and Iron ITronU tor Builiilna; i Epair m
Mining and Mill Maohinary a HpswIsUty.
FOUNDRY: MOE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
210 Railroad Avenue,
Mataal Telephone No. 143. AibaqneifiTic, N, M.
Ji..LH!;"X'J!l 'HI J!iltl!gi!lUJJa
DcpoIlory for the Atlantic fc
rcific and th Atchiaota,
Topeka & Santa F
OFFICESS UD DI2SCTG23:
M. W. rLOCRNOT ....TtaPnaldant
A.A. KKTCT Cahbf
FRANK McRXX....Asirurtant Oafbleff
A. A. flRAJTr.
in Albaqaarqae, H. II.
-AXnUQITERaUE. N. XI.
CO., OATS KILL, N. m.
(X)M AlbnqnerqBe. New tfexleo