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implicit of the combination, but aim
to the care and skill with vrhivh it la
manufactured ly "Wntitlc prmvswa
known to tlie Cai.tr-OHMIA Via Mr hup
Co. only, and we wish to Imprvs upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. Aa the
frrnulne Hyrnp of KiT nmnnfantnred
by the Califohnia Via Hrtivr Co.
only, a knowlctlfre of that fact will
awiat one In avoiding the worthless
imitations mantifacturel by other pur
tie. The hlh Ktafnling of the Cali
fornia FlO SrHl'P Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the antisfnetion
whli:h the frenuine Hymp of l'ijra haa
fven to million of families, makes
the name of the Company a irunranty
of the excellence of It remedy. It la
far In advance of all other laxative,
aa it acta on the kidneys, linr and
bowel without irritating or weaken
luff them, anil it doea not srripe nor
naiiHeete. In order to (ret ita beneficial
effceta, please remember the name of
the Company
LoriaritLR. . w rw Tan v. m. r-
fmii of BnbMrtpUoa
EIIy, b? mall, one yrar
a!ly, by mall, all montlM
s!ly, by mall, three months.
sity, by mail, one minth . .
aily, by rarrler. one month
16 00
. 00
, 1 60
. ru
Yi t-raiy, by man. irrt yrar.
r ,-raiy, oy man. pr var a vv
Ihi Iiaii C itixkn will be delivered In
1 oo
the city at the loir rale of au renta pet week,
or for 75 renta per month, wnen paid monthly.
Thrae ratea are lea than those ul any other
dally paver In the territory.
ADVERTISING H ATH9 made known on
application at the ortic of publication.
THK CITI.KN Job nftire la one of the beat
1 In the aouthwest. and all kmda of ob prtnt
ni la executed with nealneaa and at lowest
T'HK BINDKRY, int added, la complete
and well tilted to do any kind of titndina.
1IIK CITI.KN will be handled at the ofllre
Suberrlptione will be collet ted by 11. li.
1 ilton, or can be pam at uie nmce.
'()T1CK la hereby alen that order flvrn
I by employee upon Thb Citizin will not
1 1 honored unices prevloualy enduraed by the
THK CITIZKN la on aale at the followlna
placea In the rltyi 8. k. Nrw nmer, a I j
Railroad avenue; llawtey'a Newa lepot, South
Hernnil atreet; U. A. Mataon A Co'a, No. Hon
Mallroad avenue, aud Harvey'a baling iinuae
t the depot.
THK KKKK LIST-The free llt of Taa
C'lTIZlN embrarce Notlcea of Hirtlia, iHar
Mafrea, runerala, Ueatha. Church Hervtcea and
kntertalnment. where no admission tarharaed.
Ul'OllKSA Met H Hi, It I.
kdltoraand Publisher.
W. II. Justice, lMivi; J. M. Van lVr
Welker. WiiIihilh; K. N. Ihii'.ley. Howell,
Mull ; Kd. Allen, Lawttin-e, Kid ; Jim.
Hunter, Loh Angi-lrc; J. L. rtootllalni,
Viuli; J. AHuihii, J. II Citiiit id, t'lil
CJR; li. C Uric-, New Yolk; J 9. WiiIhIi,
I. a Junta; H M Hurtati, Ifimr; 0. J.
Jxnk, Hand Itet h, Wit h ; A. Hlmon, Han
KranclHco; W. Huioti, I Aneelfw; K
H. ' unison, l,o Amp!; W. li. Jontw, C
11 Keuiiedj, VMimlow.
T. K. Kyle, W. Wllkerann, Phoenli; 0.
L. Meiuer, Hanta K had tic; Kred Khiii
titer, lino Carson, Uw Vega"; Cliaa. Tlnt(
ley, HIuhIow.
Joxhna J. Keyno'dn, 4 A. Kor, I.a
J-gmt; K. B. ( lark, .New Mexico; C. W.
Minium, Clilraito; K. CotuHtJCk, 8t
Loun;Vtu King, Cu'.ifitruia.
A Mine Injuneltnli Caaa.
Ia the Injunction ewe of the) Mary
Mluinuand Bnteltlug r mpany, of Cer-
rlltHugaiuat K.Y. Ainl-raoii i t al., where
in Judge Parker tun (tranted a Uuipotaiy
lujuui'tioii, reetraiuitig Ahdetiton tt al.
from Working tbe Uuxti grntip c.f mines
In tbe Of gun nininluliia, nod ha ap
pointed Thoniaa Hraliiiigan aa receiver
of the property, the mutter came before
Judge Parker at Silver City on Tueaday
lant. The defendant delred Urn Injunc
tion dlHttolved aud the receiver dis
charged. After bearing m uk of the tea
tltuony and pulnta In tli caie the court
continued the Injuuctlon in force and
kept the receiver until a Umil hearing of
the matter, the date for whk'h ha Dot
yet teen Het. Judge i. B. Neweomb ap
peared tor the Mary Wining and Smelt-
lug company, and lion. T. B. Catroa for
Audersou et al.
Wan taa
Madaub Norm and. Clairvoyant,
Paluilnt aud Maxuetic Healer, can be con
gulled on all affair of lite. Give love
and lucky charm. Will call at residence;
uo extra charge. 11U South Third
atreet, up-etalra.
for aaia.
For Sale Splendid cattle ranch Bent
filace in Jemei motiiitailia Irrlgateil.
imd hmldinK and fence. Uilbeht La
Bah, Perea, N. U.
New Maateo faualuna.
New Mexico peuhlon have been grant
ed aa followH: Orlgli.al, Noah A. Owen,
Katon, ft). ReHtoratlun aud lucreane.
Albino Trujillo, dead, Santa Ke, f5 to
1 13. Ilriglnal willow, etc, Petra Kd
pmvtade de Trujillo, Santa Ke, s.
Ilueklwu'a Arulca aalva.
The I ettt aalve lu the world for Cuts,
Brulee. Bore. I'lcero, Halt Kheiini, KeTer
Niree, Tetter, Chapped llaudri, Chilhlaliia,
Cor us, aud all Sklu Kruptloua, aud ptmi
tively curea Pliert, or no pay required.
It I guarautried to give perfect eatiafae
tlon or money refunded. Price 2i ceuta
per hox. Kor aale by J. 11. O'Kellly A
Co., UruggiHta.
M ar Frloeaoa ulia aud Liquid Orocarlaa.
Kreeb KaiiHaa eggn, per dol 15s.
Native egg, per doi Sue
Soring UJ BourlKin or Kye per bottle 70c.
Clear syrup or NewOrleaun molarawa,
per gallon 45c
drupe or Cognac brandy, per bottle. . 75c
hex! lye, four cans. 25c
Native wine, per gallon 70o.
Uood, el rung, pure baking powder,
a Ilia, for 2.1c
Cider or wine vinegar. pT gallon . . . Son.
t)d cigar, fifty lu a box, per box.. 75c
Old lue, beet maple eyrup, per
qurt 35c
Hay and grain at loweet price.
Hlahaal Caah irlMa fai4
For furniture, etovea, oarputa, clothing,
trunk, harnetw, saddles, shoes, etc
Hart's, 117 Hold sveuue, next to Wells
Kargo Kin reus ollloe. See me before you
buy or sell.
Dealers In Remington typewriters, the
standard typewriter of the world. Can
supply hiiBinetw otlices with experienced
stenographers to till periuarenl and tem
porary positions, at short uotioe. llaho
A. Co.
From the Newa.
Uim Pearl Yonre has returned from
her Spring Valley ranch, where she
planted her drat crop of early rMng
yontig potatoes.
Mr. Hon her bach, manager of the opera
bouie at OUowa, Kauaas, Is in town vie
Itlng BcqiiaiotHiices. lis Is stopping oft
at ft llllam on his wsy bom from I'hoe
nit, where b haa bien for hi health.
J. M. I), niil-, of the leniil Lumber
company, Is lu town from Walker. Hi
company I already shipping lumber to
Kingman, f tr the rebuilding of the storee
aud teeldvlice lecent.y d.etru)rd bjr lire
Fmm tha Argm.
Mis. J. h. lie Itoeear has left Denver
an 'i;i bow v siting relatives In Uichl
T. K. Jonee, who hits Served In the
hgia alure of Texa for sixteen year. Is
at lloibrmik p irrliiinli g rattle.
J ihn Conner li back from Show Low,
l'd k) that erctlou has experienced
liee vy rroet of lute.
J. P. Hun k h shearing about M.ltiO
hen''. f fh-ep on the south tide of the
Lit le Colorado.
ilUs Uary Sherman, whotanght school
at Linden Inet winter, li ft for her old
home In Michlgitn.
Vr. Pen lne, who about fifteen year
ago survH)rd the Atlantic A Pantile laud
grant In this section, ws at llnlhrook
Mr. Lucy Kllsworth came down from
Woodruff WedneHday. She report her
little daughter, Mary, as recovering fast
from her recent II Inert
Mrs. J. D. Bull returned Tudav after
an ahae' ee of about a year, having spent
most of that time at Ann Arbor, Mtrh.
She will re-lle at Holhrook, occupying
the le Kowar rldence.
N. M. Cameron received a painful In
jury Tue- day. A he was roping a cow,
the animal charged on him, throwing
turn headlong from his home. One of
the born of th lufurinled brute pene
trated his right leg to the bone and then
running upward about two Inches In
flicted an ugly wound. Cameron rode
into town and Dr. Dryden was tele,
graphed for, who arrlv. d on the flrHt
train and drts-ed the wound.
There never has before been so many
new building lu course of conatructiou
In Nognles at oue time.
There are evldeutly a grett many
counterfeit stiver dollar In circulation.
Bailees A Berkelew. of TueMin. have had
several of them presented at their stoie
the past week Dealers should watch for
A ten-year old son of Pedro Labatta,
living on a r-nch near San Jose, Sol
omonvllle, met with frightful accident
la.-t Saturday. His father was cutting
hitywith a mowing machine when the
by fell In front of it and was run over.
HI left foot wa tut oft clear from the
point of t:ie heel to the hollow of the In-
ep. Dr. Lacy was called and dressed
the wouud. The boy Is getting along all
Kd Caruthers,of Gila Bend, has pur
ebred the general store btwlne-s of (Jan
ditlfo & Sangulnettl at that place.
At Pi arc there are eighty seven school
children, according to the schorl ceiiHtis
taken by Mimes Wootlard and Robertson.
The TucHou Bulldlug and Loau associa
tion receives monthly from Its members
dues aud lutereet on loaus to the sum of
t l.lioo, every dollar of which goes Into
new buildings. This is one reasou of the
steady building boom which has been ob
servable for the punt eighteen months.
Articles of Incorporation of the Storm
Cloud Gold Mining company were died
lu the I'fllce ot the territorial secretary.
The Incorporators are Whltlug G. Press,
Mark Bates and John W. Kills. The cap
ital stock Is 1100,000. Yuma will be the
principal place of business. There will
be branch oUlce at Chicago.
The Inquest upon the killing of Dean
and Toney at a raliroad crossing lu
Trmpe exonerates the railroad compauy
from negligence or blame, but partially
censures It for running the train at too
hluh a rate of speed. This censure can
cut no figure, since there Is no ordinance
lu Tempe regulating the speed of rail
road trains, neither Is there any law In
the territory regarding lu
Kr rill.
Send your addrees to II. K. Burklen &
Co , Chicago, and net a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills
are eaxy lu action and particularly ef
fective in the cure of constipation and
sick headache. Kor malaria and liver
troubles they have been proved Invalu
able. They are guaranteed to be per
fectly free from every deleterious sub
Htaiice aud to bs purely vegetable. 1 hey
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to the stomach aud bowel
k-riallv invigorate the system ReguUr
site ia rents per box. hold by J, 11
O'Reilly & Co., drugglaie.
Confederal mile.
A Mexican who bad been working at
Cooks for some time past decided a few
days paat to hie himself to Mexico, and
being paid for hi work with a check in
the amount ot about 45, applied to a
Mexican friend al Cook to cash said
check, which was very readily done, a, be
of the check, said he was going direct to
Mexico, but he came here and bargained
with Proctor A Men for a waoii. and
wheu he pulled his sack to pay for the
wagon Mr. Mert told him bis money was
"no good," as his friend at Conk hail
given him all bills of the "Confederate
States of America,'' which are considred
helnw par at this lute day. The gait at
which that fellow struck out on the back
track for Cooks Indicated that there
would be serious trouble when he found
th other fellow, Demlng Headlight.
8ome of those confederate bills are in
circulation here, and one man, Pedro
Salatar, who attempted to pass a $50
bill, was up before Justice Crawford yes
terday. The Justice concluded that Sala
tar had ' wheels in his head," and let the
man go.
Will rill lb OrHia.
In making up the volunteers for New
Mexico's cowboy regiment, which I
stationed at Sao Antonio, Texas, a num
ber ot county ollklals from different
counties of the territory enlisted. Some
of these officials at once sent In their
resignations as such county olllclals, aud
some did not, retaining the oil Ices
throua-h deputies. In Colfax county the
superintendent of schools was com
missioned as a second lieutenant and
has left the territory, deputising his
brother, who Is the present district at-
c ;. . Jait-'imBBMM mil-;. qwoawMJ
torney, to fill hll official position. At & I
meeting of the board of eommlsstooert j
next month the vscancy will be filled, on 1
the ground that the work done by th
deputy Is Illegal.
Many Cwrlone Inventor.
The olllclals of the patent olllce say that
they have never boeu so bothered as dur
ing the preeent fl"Cl year by applicant
for patent whose claim npon InvsNtl
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merit, and which are simply eraty quilts. I
so to speak. Hut among all people who :
Inveetigate. and are susceptible of evn-
fiction by proof, there can be no doubt
that HoMteiter's Stomach Bitters Is one
of the finest tonics and regulators of the
stomat-n, IiVi r and howe s In fxl-dencs
Nervous subject, the btllou and malar
ious, tho troubled with Inactivity of
kidney and bladder, the aged, delicate,
Intirm and convalescent uud In thl
medli-tne a m hi reliable auxiliary of
health and preventative of dlsese.
Be It Making in Iffort to Sccare lit
Pa us re.
Say a Washington dispatch to the
Di-nver Republican: Delegate Kergusson
of New Mexico Is making continued ef
forts to eeenre the paswige of hi land
bill granting a ly unoccupied lands to
New Mexico, l.ut he ha been cut t ft In
the senate for some time to come by the
wai' revenue bill, which now occupies the
entire time of that body. Nothing lu
particular stand In his way In the hotie,
exci pt thht It I very hard to get recog
til Ion, aud J uit now that U the all essen
tial point.
Mr. Kergusson on Thursday praaeuted
resolution which provb es that Imme
diately after the reading of the Journal of
the honee next Monday, 24 h. morning,
the house shall take up and consider hit
bill. The resolution will Is) acted on by
the house committee, and the house It
self will prohshly act In accordance with
the decision of Its committee.
A Smart loanf Man.
Wallace Balrd Is authority for the
s'atenient that hiirele4 carriages hate
been Introduced In Las Crnces, but tion
questioning Wallace admitted that he did
nnt refer to carriages driven by steam or
oil, but earrings pulled by mules. Djna
Ana County Republican.
Flower are the poetry of
enrtii; tinmen me won.
of liiunanitT. Haninh
the uulr, the dimple
ml the lauitiitrr
of childhood and
he world would
X-,. -, uHa"-' become a barren
t?V7 IlVS wilderness, In
r71T habited by savage.
J-J 1 v Woman's tilliinnte
become barren
miKKlon, duty and Joy
on earth are com.
laed in the one
Wa nine oruaniam. They
uo unueTiuu
that diordera of this
description unfit them for wifehood and
motherhood, and aa a conaequrnce are
careleaa and neglectful of their health in
a womanly way. Other who realise the
truth, ahrink from the "examinations "and
"local treatments" insisted upon by the
sveraire physician. Ir. I'icrce'a Favorite
Prescription doea away with the necessity
for these ohnoxioitsexnminations and local
treatments. It acts directly and only on
the delicate and imertant organs that are
the vestibule of human life and make
them strong, healthy, vigorous, virile and
elastic It fits for wifehood and mother
hood. It banishes the annoyances of the
uncomfortable period preceding maternity
and make baby'a arrival in the world easy
and nearly painless. All tbe danxera of
maternity vanish under ita bem firrnt in
fluence. Ita use during the period of an
ticipation ia a guarantee of the little atran
ger'a health and an ample aupply of natural
nourishment. Ttinuaud ot women hav
testified to ita marvelous merits. All med
icine atore aell it. Accept no aubstitute
that may be represented as "just sa good."
"For ten years I BurTi-rM untold misery."
writes Mr. Curline Kintf, of New Ronton, bci
otoCo., Ohio. "I then lo.k Dr. I'ierce s Favor.
It Frracrliillon and eleven tuonlha later pre
sented my hulanil with a twelve-pound buy.
My health la good."
Over a thousand pnge of sound medical
advice absolutely free. Send it onccent
stamps, to corvr mailing only, for a paper
covered copy of Or. Pierce'a Common
Sense Medu-al Adviser. Cloth bound ti
stamps. Addrrsa, World's Dispensary Med
ical Aasociationt Buffalo, N. V.
Col. Wood Pleased with tbe New Mexico
The following letter Is self explana
tory, and Is published to show how un
just, false aud uncalled for were the re
marks ot some ot the democratic news
papers In New Mexico, especially the
Albuquerque Democrat, concerning the
volunteers from this territory, says the
New Mexican:
In Camp Near San Antonio, Tex., j
May 14, H.
Hon. M, A.Otero. Governor of New Mexico:
My Dear liovernor 1 have the honor to
acknowledge the receipt of your letter of
May 11, Ih'.iH, and would say In explaua
tiou of my di I iy In replying, that I have
been ov-rruu wit1) work and humne-
from early morning till late at night
attending to the purch&te of horses and
the receiving aud Wiling of supplies, etc
It gives uie great pleasure to say that 1
am very much pleased with the New
Mexico contingent and feel stirs that
they will do most excellent service. We
are rapidly getting the men Into shape
and in a very', few day will lie able to
take the Held.' I heartilv concur in your
remark concerning Major ilereey and
the otlicers generally. 1 trust that be
fore we leave here ws shall have the
pleasure 'if being Inspected by you.
Thanking you very much for your
great courtesy and kindness and for tha
personal attention which you have given
to the selection of your quota, I have the
honor to be very respectfully your,
I.Ko.N'AHli Moon,
Colonel Kind Regiment United States
Volunteer Cavalry.
Wc Can't
charge your grocer the right
price for Schilling's Best
baking powder, because he
can't charge you.
The baking rowder busi
ness was started wrong. The
standard is too low.
We have gone beyond the
standard in quality, but we
don't dare charge more than
the standard price. .4
Kltf-lit Kind of Talk.
Justice Marcial Valdt t has expressed
bis determination to place a heavy flue
npon any man who during these trying
times shows any lucllnutlon toward trea
sonable feelings or expressions against
the government of the l ulled States
Mr. aldt t. In a conversation with a rep
resentativ of this paper, made these pat
riotic remarks: "M hlle I am ot Spanish
blood, tlrst of all I am an American cltl
xhii, and have as much lovs for this
country as any man living In it. and v. Ill
defend lis honor If necessary with my
blood." Dona Ana County Kepubllran.
9 h t in
C; .(net
rT"?a,2 hood." Multitude
m" -J9. of women fuil of thin
W "m li k mitaion beraue of
( lweaknea and diaeaac
Ij t. " JTr of the diatinctly femi-
FlarilafT, ti $:ca by "The Rambler"
A few Items of latere!.
Flagstaff, May 19 But mon tb and ft
halt Intervened between two visits to
Flagstaff by the writer, but In that time
a very desirable transformation ha taken
place In the Skylight City.
Knowing nothing of the projected Im
Pr'"n" ' P'l"g " fummer
n" Pon''' no' succeasfully combat conk
ere opinion ou the first Vl-lt there t' at
Klag'ttaS had seen Its beit days.
It Is different now. An air of activity
pervades that plsee that war and rumors
ot the long coutiuuauce of the same do
not materially affect.
Among the rubitHn'.tsI business blorkt
now building I th three story stone
structure being erected by J. W. W eather
ford, which Will be l(H3i feet In si.
Opposite Is lit new brit k postcQice and
olllce building biing built by Postmaster
Coulter. Sykes Hrts will soon have an
a. tractive building iricted. also. The
removing ot lU po-ti (11 e 1 1 this locality
will be en. (lies i,t it. iluc ui pt to John
Siiidersin to lull in t!i I. ur lots
owned by hltn, a-i veil.
The actual building of those now nr
der course of construction esus the vis
(tor to observe that other buildings in the
neighborhood are neurit Improvements
to the town.
The handsome com I hou-m would be a
credit to a conn y with far greater popula
tion that has Coconlnn.
K Is gt a IT Is sis.ii to have an excellent
wat- r works system. The sum of t,
DM) In bonds have bien voted for this
p irp'we and the town government lias
b -en as-ored that the bonds will bring
p tr. The source of the water supply will
be the "Jack Smith" springs, fifteen
miles away, Klght Inch pipe, probably
ot asphalt, will distribute water over the
city, the mill and mill district being sup
plied through fix Inch pipes.
Of Industries, the Ariz ma Lumber
company has begun Its shipment ot hewn
tie to the Itellemont pickling work.
This contract with raliroad company ex
tends over a period ot five years, giving
employment to many new meu lu this
The box trade with the lumber com
pany Is reaching Its clime, the trult pack
ing season being about over.
Ibis sea.on has witnessed the largest
shipment of orange boxes ever enjoyed
by the company.
Tliecommerctnl trade In lumber which
haa been quiet, building receiving a set
hack as a result ot the preparations tor
war, la reviving now that victory seems
assured to this country.
n hlle ou this subject It might be added
that nowhere rau be seen more evidence
of patriotism than Is shown right here lu
After seeing the monster fl igstaff and
the immense but graceful aud beautiful
flag waving from the same lu the park
opposite the raliroad statlou, none will
wonder why the town haa the name It
now bears. The Uig la prob.ibly the
largest In Arliona or New Mexico. The
stall was demated by the Arlxona Lumber
com puny. Many stores around town also
exhibit handsome banners waving over
their roofs. Till Hamiiler.
A Valuable Hallo.
Chris Bellman baa recently added to
his collection of curios, a very valuable
relic, being a cane formerly carried by
(leroulmo. the well-known Apache Iudian
chief, who terrorised southern New Mex
ico some ten years ago, aud was Anally
captured by Colonel Morrow aud after
wards transferred by the I'uited titutes
government to Florida and later to the
ludlau Nation. The caue bears the fol
lowing Inscription:
This cane belonged to Ueroulmo, the
Apache Indian chief, captured near Hi 1
ver City, New Mexico, In by Colonel
Morrow. Shortly before Ms capture (ler
oulmo. while yet upon the warpath, pre
sented this cane to bis friend. Judge
Stephen K. Booth, (ieronltuo Is now
superintendent of a Sunday school In the
ludiun natiou, while Judge S. K. Booth
remains on the frontier, being resident
of Kllzubethtou, New Mexico. Optic.
Th tlaat Remedy lor Hheuinatlau.
from the 1-airUaven (N. V.) Keglater.
Mr. James Rowland, of this village,
states that for twenty live years hi wife
has been a sufferer from rheumatism. A
few nights ago she was in such ialn that
she was nearly crary. Hhe sent Mr. Bow
laud tor the d'M-tor. but be hail read of
Chamls-rlaiu's fain Balu aud Instead ol
going for the plnsimau be went to the
sto e aud secured a b.ittle of It. His wife
lid not approve of Mr. Rowland's pur.
chaee at Ur-t. but nevertheless applied
the Balm thoroughly and lu au hour's
time was able to go to sleep, bhe now
applies It whenever she feels au ache or a
palu and Units that It always gives relief,
tie says that no medicine which she bad
used ever did her a much gisid. The io
tnd 50 cent sizes for sale by all drug
gists. Tui'br Hound Over.
Chief Justice Mills has rendered a de
cision In the hearing of Thomas Tucker,
charged with the murder ot lllpullto
Vigil, in Sauta Ke, In 1H1U. holding de
fendant to bull in tha sum of t'.'JKlo
apsar before the next grand Jury lu
nauia re tor examination, noiuing inai
there was evidence ot the probable guilt
of defendant.
I I'irtlmo; h3 hu,
l"M':iret t aielv ta:iio-li-. tin- lll'.st vnn
!ei I ! iii ili.al ilirn'm i t ol tne uue, i t Hi
ii.l eliil I el r.-shiliif to III' tunic, Set fcrcntly
llhl iiiftltlvely rill klilllt') S. lit IT Hhd bowels,
ieaniiiiiif the entirs sst iii, dlsjiel colds,
cure li.'u.liiolie, lever, huliiliml coiislipalloa
and bl'ioiisueAs. I'lease hoy and trv a box
DM '.:.(,' to due; 10, '.,, Ml rents. tjolUaud
guarauloud lo curs by all drutgiat.
Th Nlaab Caa.
In the Injunction case of A. Btaab vs.
the Board ot Petiiteutlary Commissioners
and certain successful bidders, Messrs.
Lafayette Kmmett, District Attorney C.
A. Spiess and Hou. C. K.Kiisley represent
the board of penitentiary commissioners;
A. A. Jones, Ksi.,of Las Vegas, represents
Gross, Blackwell A, Co., and K. A. Kinks,
Ksq , represents Arthur Sellgmau. New
Try aoallllaa's IM laa aaa baaug awvW.
l:du.-ute iMir ltov.el Itch 4Barrta.
' " i y i.tl-irl -. r'.re r..i.-i n forever
lUe.iV If (' C I . fn'l, ilrn.'.'i r.-lui.il iui,aep
Main Martyrs' National Mouumeat.
The terrlt trial superintendent of pub
lic Instruction has received supply ot
blanks from the committee having the
matter In hand, fur the purpose of ob
taining the signatures of all the school
children lu the territory. It is proposed
to collect the signatures of all the chil
dren of all the school In the I'uited
States to be deposited lu a special vault
under the Maine monument, when the
same Is coiuphted. The blanks will be
sent to all the teachers iu the territory
at ouce.
One Girl's
, Story.
This U an occurrtnet M th lift of a yog VV
who had a nar approach to death, and of th mar
Vtlous manner in which she was rticuid.
Eighteen years ago Mia Mabel Shields
u born la Chicago.
The most remarkabU lad about bar it,
tf-.M h al alive to-day, IMng with fcf
mother at Vest Congress Stmt, and
enjoying excellent health.
Two years aco sh commenced to fail,
t number of complications setting In, hxi
Vnt to budding womanhood.
H nperWnc and tuffertngi durtnf thoM
two Tear wcr not only distressing but ter
rlb'a, At latt, utterly discouraged, the fouod
rll-f aad perfect health.
Her m story relaUng this experknc
will ba a mattsr oi great interest to hun
dreds ol young women who am easting
through th lame period ol bis fraught with
danger and death.
Miss Shields said I "Two years ap t
ommencsd to l.U In health. At first f did
not pay much attention to my failing health,
thinking I would mend shortly.
"I grew worse week after week Ml I be
came to bad that I was obliged to receive
me -ileal treatment.
"I went to th hew hoaretal her for sis
we-Ita. but wat not benefited.
"I had a terrible throbUrg m my head
day and nlr'rtt my whole intern was on
th rttft ot a nervous cnllapa, and for
weeks I could not tleep. 1 then weal to a
iamnut eye and car Infirmary.
" The physician there believed al first that
something wat growing in my car, but after
receiving treatment from hint tome time,
finally told me there was notuch growth,
hut it wat purely a eat ol cztrema nr-
Trnsteet'e Sale,
(f the Danncnhaum Roller Orlst Mill at Her
nalillo. N. M , the Sale to I ake l'la c at
hront Kiairof ttie I'ostoltu e at Al
liuijnerqiie, N. M., at II o'cIim b
a. in., June Is, I Mm.
Public nntlee la hereby elven that because
t.iwelle llaiinentstuin. loniril t.y her hn.lsiml.
iliii ou June U7. Ihimi, make ttieir trust deed to
Hie iimlersiRiteii to secure unto Nsuniel Lewi,
lor I'SV oienl. llheosl.lees Mini llitervsf .oMheir
nmniisnorv mse of that dale for U.n run
ning one vear with li terest at la eri-entpef
.noiiui, won ii aaifi riui ueeil la ref ottleo in
the ea otlu io rerorilei a olli m of H.titBlllIn
oiiniv. New Meaieo. in voliune b at psse ins
of the Mrcoril, ol Trust Dreilni ami lul alxi
thereafter, on the IHih ly of NovemlN-r of
Out same year, eats uie to the omlersitf neil an
aiiililioiial or sooneuienlal trusi instruineiii 10
ure unto saiil I.ew iaiielr note of the latter
date for e-i.Oio aOilitional. riiiinitig one year
from the iMter dale ami Is-aritiH like Interest,
ami w hu h said i.iiter liiptrnment la also re ortl
ed In .aid same ottire and Usik at pane Hl-t;
and is-raiiM- Isith ol said pronoiuiorv notes sre
now loiiu p4st due snd utipNld, snd Immiik so
n-iiir.trfl iii writniR tiy the leiiul holder of said
iromiHS'ry notes, sod Ih-ius so thereunto duly
siithonred hy suul two trust Inslriimenia:
In order to iav aud two notes, together with
the llllereiit. lees, texes and conla In the rem-l-es,
I will, at II oYlis ka in., on Matinday,
June IN, I son, m the front door of the tinted
Slides postoltii e In the cllv tf Alliiiuueniue. In
ssld roiinty. sell at pulilit vendue, to the hiffll.
est snd ts-.t lil-liier lor cah, all of the real ea
tale and t haltels mentioned In said two trust
InalMiinriite, and wliiih are aa Inllowa. tlial Is
to shv .
The llannent-anm Roller Orlst Mill com
plete, the same Ih-imk "a tract of land aituuted
lu the town of Itern-dlllo III said county, meas.
t.ruis lliu feet iroiu norih to south, sod .'il
feet from ea-t to w est, and ts-lns Umnded on
the north hy a line aeven feet eolith of
the lenre of Nestora L. de Klrchner,
south liv a line aeventeen feet north of the
atah.eof JtsuVa IM'astillo.and b-lna the aame
piece of land deeiied t L. Ilsnnenhaiim ty
deed dated June . lmnl. from Jisjrla P. I'ss
tillo s, the -sine la recorded In the ea-otlirio
recorder's olhce lis Hernshllo rountv. New
M mo. In bisik lit at page SHK; also a'l the
liuihlmaa and ch ittela atlua'ed upon said trai't
of land, th- biuldiuiie In-Iii the lannen
liailin H lourins Mill, and the i haltels belli; the
milling: machinery, coiisiatitis ot a Kuhtnond
i Ind.i t iiy Milia V. rka roller prlat mill coiu-
iitete, ac-ordlliK to the plen of aaid worka of
one 8, iMuti. No. al.soj, and conaatinu ot a
oooer ami eiiiime aim tiieir u-pptuiia com
plete, rollera. dusters, bins, shaftlns and ma
ciilnery, eleatora, beltllis, ptilleya. uoltera.
aieves, iiiTiiiers, acourers, hoppers, etc , etc.
I'he Ijiiildiiiss snd ma. hlnery are practically
new, and are tn perfect order.
I Ina ia the best chance for a mill man to be
had In the southweHt.
Tlie total siuouiit of the delt, Includlna the
p'ini Ipal notes, Hiterest. cots, fees, etc., up to
the tune of the aale will he alsiut the aiiin of
V.""o MA ii.ski l. lruslee.
B. S. Roi av. Attorney for I ru.lee.
A liKNTs WANTKI) Kt iR "WAR Willi
.SPA1S" In, lllilltiif Lsltles on aa miw!
isnd. Contains all alsiut armiea. navies, forta
ami warship, ol hoih tnttions, antl uraphic
ntory ol the trreat vn tory ot the ssllant Ilesey ;
telle evervlhllur ahou! S.oiii,mui. S hl.-v. Iitz.
hiiiih I ee and teu.lins cominaildeii. hy Hon.
Jhiiic R:inkin Younu. the Intrepid leader for
l ul.a blue In the hulls of 1 onwress. The
fr. MteNt war lusik pulihshefl; tlou Isitte pstes;
oo Mttperb llliHtratuois, many III ru h colors.
II s iarue colored uiiiiis. lliuueat otsik. Iiluh.
est lonitnissl us, lowest puce; only l 7T.
r.a. ii ,iiiH,rioer receiws prtnd fl premium
flee, lieiiiand enormous; harvest for acnt-;
aodiiya' credit; freiyht .aul; oiittit free. Write
tn-diiy. AildieMi I he National Hook Concern,
I,,, a.,,, iM-(oorii sueei, incatio.
tOilitbii Aulfe.
Wall paper at Kutrells's.
Dipping tiuiks. Whitney Co.
I'ii'ture frames. Whitney Co.
VnekerT and glssNwars. Whitney Co
numbing and gas Qttlng. W hitney Co.
tjueeiiHware, glassware and tluware at
The iair.
Highest prices paid for geuUV clothing
at ll irt's, 117 Uold avenue.
iients' furnishing goods almost given
away this week at lllelds'.
If you want anything In the binding
or job printing line, mil at Thk Cituk.n
Old Kye, II iiirtsm or brandy, 75 cents
per quart. Call fur samples, at A. Lorn
hardo's. liny your eamp storee and bare your
'Ill-work done at the Bur tlushop,
Told avenue.
Look Into Klelnwort's market on north
Thud street, lie has the uUwst fresh
iU'ttts In the citr.
Kutrelle, corner Oold and First streets,
will sell Jou gu.nl wall paper al lli'c
double roll and up.
Hot chile con earns served every night
at tlie) furadtse. Ikj not miss It. liache
chl it iiiuiul, proprietors.
Au inspeellou of our wush gouds will
be of mutual advantage, lucrsase our
-ales, decrease four expense, hoseuwahi
"Here Is lesson that he who runs
may read; the man ou the. Columbia in
always lu the lead. ' and $li. Huhu
Now Is the time to buy a fancy silk
waist pattern, lou rau save 2 per cent
ou all silk waist patterns this week ul
The lutest In shirt wnist sets are the
Hob It y plaid sets and theantiuue iew-
eled sets to match jeweled bells. Itoseu-
wald Hi others.
Have your rmf puinted with asphalt
elmUe ro.il paint and your leaky rxt re-
paireu wun asiweios cement. A. W.
U.tyden has It.
(ientleinen aud patriots, before going
to war buy your underwear and furnish
ing gissts at the (ioldeu llule 1 iry Hoods
Co. and save half. I
The best pi nee for pood, Juicy steaks
and roasts and all klmts ot meats, kept
In a ilrst class market, at Klolnwnrt ,
uortu Third streeU
If you cannot find the goods at the
Kc .i.ciuilst It Is uo use lisikllig elsewhere
Is the cuumon expresslou amougst the
ladles of Albuquerque.
Ke wise aud attend suecial sals at
Golden Hills Dry iinods company's. Kx-
traordlnary low prices on silks, drens
giMsis, enihrolilerles, low shoes aud per
Call at "The Green Kront" shoe store
tor children's and misses' sandals and
oxfords, black and tun, latest styles, t) to
s, in Cents; to II, IS) rents; 11', to 2,
l ; Indies' oxfords, 1, W . Chapliu, pro
prleuir, Ws would have no trouble with Spain
if she only reulizcd the liiuneiise strength
and resources of our nation. If ynu nil
derstissl our ability to provide for the
wishes of our patrons you would Hot go
elsewhere. Ilnliu & Co., N. T. Armijo
votanets and had ctauj ! th Mood. 1
was not able to give m any relief.
"1 foal all color, had est good blood, and
when 1 held my handt yoa could ej
moat sec through them, I was so weak
that I could not walk p tain.
"I wat completely discouraged, lor the
phytica state I wat in wa deplorable.
"One of my friends suggested that I tab
Dr. Williams' Pink Pillt lor Pal FWal.
which I finally did.
''After having used th pffl. m on bo
I teh" much better. I kept taking th tsllt
and grew itranger each week, my nervous
ness decreased and I regained ficaa aad
"After I had taken the fifth boa ol pD
I did not hav any throbbing ia my head
and I wat at strong at I had ever been.
"To-day I hav a healthy color, a good
apyettt. and th awrvwawiea ha kit ma.
In th last two montht I have gained flesh
rapidly and am In perfect health,
"That marvelous change fn my corvdt
bon entirely due to I. Vdlim I'iak
Pills, and I cannot tay loo much lor thstn."
That then be no doubt regarding thai
ttorr, Miae Shlelda mad aliidavil before
Notary Publk L, L. James.
"Dr. lllUmv Pink Pillt lor Pal Port,
pie are comonacd of vrgetabl remrdic thai
ert t powerful Influence in fiytnf tnd
enriching the blood. Many diseases long
suppnerd by the medical peoteasioa to h in
curable hav succumbed to th potent an
fluenccol theM pilbw This aoivertaj rsaaedy
kt told by aQ druggist.
i'llVL KNlllNKKR-MI'hCIAt.TY-lalsa.
1 ' tlon and W ater Supply. aanunatlona snd
Rrporta. Msps, Diana anl eatlmates. Correa
roudence Holl, lied Ro om IS Aimllo block,
Cut. Srd St. and S ailroad avenue.
hurseons 4 Ifhre and resldsnce nvet poM
nftlre. t lid Telephone l). New 1'eleuhoti
Ina. Mrs. Marlon I'l.eep, M. tl olbi Lours,
tntp. m. Irjrk P. Iltatioo, M. !.. oKce
bnnr. s to 10 a. re. .n't 1 to S and 7 to p. m.
Take elevates- at Whitney's.
Armlo bul'illna r-rrner of R ! m d avenue
ana iniraaireel, llo-tra. w :80 to 1 1 a. m.; 1
tu p. m. Hpsclsl susnuuo liven to chtonlc
and rllaeaaesi of women.
h. u. jousaoa,
AKCUITKCT-Flane, specltlcstlnns and es,
tlrnstes furnished lor ali rlsssesof bullrl.
n aud architectural work. (Jttlcai SOfl Wort
aaiiroaii avsno.
FriCK and residence. No. 411 WM Hols
avanua. 1 eleohone Nn. SS. flfllrahnius
i to a. m. so to s :u ana 7 to p. m.
t .8. kasterday, M. O. . 8. Kaaterday. M. D
w. u. Hora, at
lAFKICK HOURS-Untll s. m. and frrrn
I 1:80 to t;S0 and from 7 to p. m. Oihr
ma residence, sag West Uold avnu, Albo
jnrqu. N. as.
1 a NT I ST.
K. J. Alsse, D. D. .
lltos'. Ulbi hours i a a. m. to la so
p. m.i i;so p.m. to p. ni. Auto. 11. No.
so. Appointmenu mail by mall.
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, Albnqnerqns, N
at. Promt'l attention vieen tu all business
peruinlni to tb profession. Will practice In
all courts of the territory aud before th IJulUd
iiaies lauu ouice.
i N. i. Armlo building. Will practice tn
aii in cuuna oi iu territory.
A TTORNKYH-AT LAW. Albnouerane. N
V M. Olllc, rooms 6 aud a, rust national
Twna Dunaiua.
, TTORNhY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque. N.
i al. tllbce, eirst National llauk buiidlni.
TTORNKY AT LAW, rix.ma land t, f
T. Annuo building, Albuquenju. N. at.
TTORNKY AT LAW. Ottire over Rob-
V enson'a eriK-ery atore. Albuquerque. N. M.
Tlioueands sr Vrytna It.
In order to prove the great merit of
Kly'at'reatn llnliu ihn most elluotiv cute
for ( iilanh and t ol I in lleml, we hav pra.
pared a generotis tt'iul ai.a for 10 oeuta,
tiet it of your di n I or send 10 couta to
ELY UltOH., &U Warrou Kt., N. Y. City.
I tufersd from catarrh of the worst kind
ever aim' a bov, au I 1 never hoped for
cure, but Ely's 'renin Halm seem to do
even that. Jil tny acipialiiluucea hav used
it with excel. col results. tiacar Uatruiu,
43 Warreu A , ('hlcagu, III,
Ely's Cream Habn la the acknowledged
curs for catarrh aipt contain no eonaine,
aiereury tor any injurious drug. J'rio,
ao miii at aruisi or by uaa.
UauMksM Uoods.
Kor next thirty days I will pay highest
cash price for household goods of every
description. Don't sell until you get my
bid. T. A. WhitTKN. 114 Uold aveuue.
Mow's This I
We offer (loo reward for any ease of
catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure.
K. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors, Toledo,
Ohio, He, the undersigned, have known
K. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
aud believe him perfectly honorable lu
all business transactions and Unaucially
able to carry out any obligation made by
the Urm. W est & Trnax, wholesale drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio; Waldllig, Kllinsn A
Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly usm the blood aud mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price, 7&c
per bottle. Hold by all druggists. Tes
timonials free.
Mak In a Lou Mory Sliurtl
While we don't claim to be the "only"
clothiers on earth, we have several lines
of goods which we alone can supply at
such low prices. One thing is a line of
niisllt suits and pants which we sell at
JjlU.uO aud 91.00 respectively. Another
thing is a line of boy's and children's
washable suits and pants which we
bought below par aud ou these goods we
know we stand alone. We have special
values lu shirts, underwear, hosiery and
neckwear aud men's washable suits aud
pauts, which are well worth seeing.
Simon 8tkin,
The Kail road Avenue Clothiers.
Ileuuty la Mood Deep.
Chan lii'M.il lue.ina a clcmi si. in. S'o
IsfilUly wi'lenit it. 1 .on .irets, t .mil) Cathar
tic ill an your IiIimkI uml Li p il tlcun, b
tirring up llio l.iy liver ami dm mh- ull im
purities limn tlm bodv. Ileum today to
li.inli.li punpies, boils, blot. h. bl.u kheuda,
and tluit B'l Uv bilious coliioli-viiin l.e l.iL
Cascarets, Isnuly lor teuienls. Allilrug
giata, aatiafaclioii guurantevd, 10c, !Uc, Sue,
Just received a large assignment ot
Sue California Grape brandy, spring ta,
which we will sell to saloon keepers at
2.ar per gallon. Original package. 0.
Bachechl X G- Gloml.
This week's secial sale at Golden Itule
Dry (JimxIh compauy Is silks, dress goods,
embroideries, Oxford shoes aud percales.
W all paper at Kutrelle's from 12 Wc,
per double roll and up.
Special sale of black dress goods at
The K'vohoiniNt.
Bee the new patriotlo plus at the Dig
Anthotlaed Capital ....f 500100 (W
Paid np Capital, Surplin
tndlToCta tlttfiiWOO
Ita Bank of Commerca id Altinqnerqiie, H. H.
m atn mmm iai mmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmm
ps'. t 'ai Mimrfii ad urr8 timn v twt,
ttolai Atantas aa CCsxt a DrHn win, IfwaeJJtr
Cwsistetaal wtta retskl tauua,
M. , ". icrsidt t J. c. Bu-DBiDsa. Loaib. W, C. Laoaaan, Ctprtalls
B. P, acHCrraa, Vlct-Fmsideot. A, Ktsaaaaa. tUmmann Pra Wool.
W.a.BT8rt sLS. CaaMer. A, M. BiacKWlLL. Uroaa. BlackwsU A Co., UrcsMea
B. J. kaiaao. Asalstanl Caablee. W. A. MAlwaix, Wholessl Drnaaleu
DtpoMtory for Atrtuon, Toin-kt BitoU Fe Railwa.
tee ELMO
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
i3LH2iro xnvusrxTcr rmcaixirr-
ISO Wtt Railroad A. Allaawr
Imported French and Italian Goods. -
Sol Aganta for Sao Antanlo Lima.
vw TlArhfiTe tit. 918. si K AVl SI 7 N0RTIT THIRD RT
adXlaOJ Jt.-LIVX.
uThe netropole"
The Best and Finest Liquors and Gears, Imported and Domestic,
Set-red to All Patrons.
Headquarters for Diamond C Soap, Curtice BrosCanned Goods
Kansas Citr Biking: Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware.
Ilousts at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas and
Ulorleta. New Mexico.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Ms
R. P. HALL. ProprUtai'
Iroaanrt IlraM Cat!us Or. C1 and Lombar Oan i BhalUnf, Pollara, Oral Bars
liabtU Vltai i Column ami Iron Front tur Bollitlng-ai Eapaira aa
lilnlnf and Mill Machinery a Bpaclalty.
Y.a.yi i
Hips or I
No aad art
Nr an
say I W.ar.
are ea
W. J.THlMBL.Ii & CO.
Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Between Railroad and Copper Avea
Horaea and Molaa Honght and RrakaafjasT.
Agants for Colambua Uzqqt CamnasiTj
Tb Bait Turnouts In tua CltyJ
Carriages, Koad Carts, Spring 'Wagons, Victoria
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale, t t I t
Address W. L. TRIMPLF
Gr. IlJiiNJriY, jVE. JD
Student or Dr. Phillip Rlcord of Franea.
3vpliilla ax 3poolaltT
A enr enaranteerl In eTary caa nndrrtakan
tuntartiiica. tfir-et ana auu-lur a
csr. ifrmaiieuUr curfi srittiin 1
Ct)rAlfiA used Spermatorrhoea, avmllial liisaea. ntettt emiaatona. Inaoronla. desiiooiiancy,
radlraily ciirrd. Hit uril method pra ticrd In Ilia WorUi'e liuapltal, facia, atefeferic! O.sr
su.uou pan. lit. saccFssruiiy rurra viiiun in last ntn yrara. can refer to patlenia cum, by
petmlaaJuh. Inve.ttaale. llrtlcea U07 Sflventcertllt streel. near Cbamoa. lieuvaa. Colo.
siif hah. srench, tierman Hohati. atuaatan and
' a,,tlrlS
(Suiwnaion to Ynnt U. Jonea.1
Elnest WliiEilea, Imported and
The Coolest and Hirsts. Gride ot Later Serrcd.
Finest Ullllurd Hall la the Territory.
Finest and Best Imivorted and Domestic Cigare
Ler oiUjry (or the Atlantic
VcifiC tVad the AtcKJaH.fi,
RcDroad Cot,
OBBDl B. BATTTOLC8....iasI(eti
U. W. riXJCBAOT ....YlrjTsrddest
A. A. h SUN . . . . .CaaJilef
ffBASK KoKJ....AMirct CaaUet
A. A, 8 HABIT.
CJXjXJJU l.Xkxta.
216 Railroad Avenue,
latnil Telepbona 113. Uboqafirqat, I. M.
Albnqnerqne, New Meiln
try caa nndrrtakaa when a cor I practtcabl and poastbl
r anre. Illy cut.l with l)r. K Irord's Vrruch atsinetllr. Ktol
nn llliiKh UA VS. NO CUHKHS. sANUALWotJO OIL nor
Bohemian aimSen. Ouaaalaaaiaai aoS Uaa
Domestic Wines tnd Copies)

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