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THE EXCELLENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS
J due nt only to th originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it la manufactured by cintifle processes known to the California Fio Svatr Co. only, and we wlh to Impress npon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the fri'nuine Syrup of r'ljrs Is manufactured by the I'At.iroHNiA Ki Hracp Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will aint one In BTolillnff the worthies) imitations manufactured by other par tips. The high standing of the Cam roHNlA Flo Htkup Co. with the medi cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs haa girun to millions of families, makes t he name of the Company guaranty of the excellence of ita remedy. It U far In advance of all other laxativea, as it acta on the kidneys, liver and bowels without Irritating or weaken ing them, and It doea Dot gripe nor nnuscnte. In order to got ita beneficial effects, plcnse remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. J raajCls. Cat LorisTtt.i.r. Br. arw vena:. . THE DAILY CITIZEN. Tsrais t akaarlptloa. Pi I It, by mall, one rrsr 04 latlv, ly mail, sti months OO l;oly, by mail, three months. 1 BO ! 1 1 V, by mail, one month. AO 'ily. by carrirr. one month 75 V .-sly. by msll, per year IM Ths Daily Citizen will be delivered In th i-lty at the low rate of 0 cents per week, or fur 7ft rents per month, when paid monthly. 1 hee ratfi are Iras than those of any other daily paper In the territory. A DVKHTISiNfi HATKS made known on application at toe olllcs of publication. riMlh CITIZKN fob office la one of the best J In the southwest, and all klnda of job print n Is executed with neatness and at lowest prlrvs. THK BINDKRY, Inst added. Is enmplets and well Utted to do any kind of binding, T" K CITIZKN will be handled at the ofUcs A Hnusrrtutlons will be collected by H. 11. Tii.ton. or can be paid at the orbce. IN OTIC K la hereby given that orders given bv rniiilovea noon Tns Citiism will not tthonoren unless previously endorsed by the prnpririors. THR CITIZKN Is on sals at the followlna blares In the city: 8, K. Newcomer, SI3 Nalhoail avenue; llawley'a News Depot. South Hecond atreeti O. A. Mntaoo C'o's, No. Volt kmlmal avenue, and llaivey'a hating llouae at tile depot. 'rilK l-KKK MST-The free list of Taa A ClTiriN embrates Notices of Hirths, Mar. rlriKes, ennerala. Leattis, Church Kervlces and hntertalnmenta where noarimlsatou la charged. Hl'lillh.H A McCKKKilil, kdltora and Publishers. USIKBSS HOTBS. all paper at Katrelle'a. Hipping tanks, Whltnay Co, llrtura framtw. Whitney Co. Crockery and glaaswara. Whitney Co Kire, Ore, fire sale at "The Fair Store." Plumbing and gas fitting. Whitney Co. New line of white Kmpire fun just re ceived at the KoououilHt. Hlghmt priced paid for gents' clothing at Hun a, n j uoia avenue. If yon want anything in the binding or job printing Hue, call at Tui Citiirn OU10R. Hpccial sale on shlrta, underwear, box, auHpendera, at the Golden Hule Dry iioxih oouipany. Look into Klnlnwort'e market on north Third street. He has the nloeet freeh nicatfl in the city. K litre lie. corner Gold and Hirst streets, will aell you good wall paper at l'ie double roll anu up. Hot chile con carne served every night at the Paradise. Do not miss It. Buche- clii X (lloml, proprietors. An axoerlnnce of veara enable J. L HhII A, Co. to f uriilNb Just what their cdh tumers want. Urders solicited; free de livery. "Here Is a lesson that he who runs uiiijr read; the man on the Coluruhla Is alwsys iu the lead. io and 1Z6. ilalin A Co. J. L. Bell A Co.. the grocers, sucoerwors to K. K. Trotter, are prepared to furnish everything In their line at the lowest prices. The best place for good. Juicy steaks and roasts and all kinds of meats, kept lu a Urnt class market, at Klelnwort a, north Third street. ir you cannot find the goods at the Kcrr.cmiHt it is no use looking elsewhere Is the com mou expression amongst the Indies of Albuquerque. Always the first with newest novelties i'i U'lie' wear. Come and look at the iMwey walHt, only to be had at the (ioMcri Utile Dry (roods company. Dealers In Kemington typewriters, the stainUrd typewriters of the world. Can supply business offices with experienced stenographer to fill permarent and tem porary positions, at short notice, liahn &('o. Call at "The Green Front" shoe store for children's aud nilrimsV aaudala aud oxfords, black and tan, latest styles, S to o.s.1 cents; 8' to II, WO cents; 11) to 8, 1; ladles' oxfords, $1. W. Chaplin, pro jrlntor. Ws would have no trouble with Spain If she only readied the Immense strength and resources of our nation. If you un duistood our ability to provide for the witdie of our patrons yon would not go elsewhere, liahn A Co., N. T. Armljo tiiil'tlng. ? 0Oa 1 Weak I Lungs II you have coughed and coughed until the Uningrnenv. X. branc of your throat and lung! is inflamed, 5 Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil will tooths, Z strengthen and probably cure. ! The cod-liver oil feeds and strengthen the weakened ti- sues. The glycerine soothes X and heals them. The hypo- phosphites of lime and soda m impart tone and vigor. Don't neglect these coughs. One m bottle of the Emulsion may do more for you now than tea can do later on. Be sure ytu get SCOTT'S Emulsion. Ad Sruggtitsl px and t.0S, St SCOTT BOWHl, OMwOsta, Nw York. ARIZONA ARTICLES vVIMSI.OW. From the Mall. I'nder Sheriff Bargman has pat In the week In our city finishing np the assess ment work. He say he has counted tb7 bicycles In his rounds, but can't find the owner for any of them. Judge Haney left Wednesday morning bound for Taooma, Washington, to visit his sister. He will receive the benefit of a pleasant trip to San Francisco by rail aud a salt water voyage from there to Taooma. The trip will, no doubt, prove beneficial to the judge, who needed and was entitled to a vacation after his long and steady application at the desk. Messrs. Baoerbarh and Kllcklnger started for the White mountains early Thursday morning, to be absent some three weeks. Their destination I White river, on the White Mountain Indian reet ivatlnn, they having obtained per mission from tha commanding officer at Kurt Apache to Qh In any of the streams on the reservation. Frank Secrlst was to have been one of .the party, but the 8n la Fe Pacific is so crowded with bus- IneH the officials would not grant him a leave of absence, much to his regret, as he Is a dear lover of true sport. HOLHkOWK, From the Argus. Judge Jackson haa closed his summer school for teachers at Snowflake. The school has ben a decided success. Sheriff Wattron reports that from ths first day of May to the twenty-eighth, in clusive, be collected and turned Into the eouuty treasury $2,0UU, averaging per day, excluding legal holidays. This beats the record of any prelous officer In the history of the county. George Scott arrived from Phoenix Sunday, and Tuesday left for Los Ange les, whore he will take unto himself a wire In the person of Miss Adah M. Stroup, who formerly taught school at Woodland. Mr. Scott Is a prominent sheepman of this county, and Miss Stroup is a well educated and estimable young lady, and an excellent teacher, who, during her stay In this county, mails many warm friends, who will be pleased to welcome her back as Mrs. goott. A Stray Craay Judge Young had an undesirable expe rience with a crazy man last week. The man. whose name could not be learned, first made his appearance at the Bland mill Friday night at 11 o'clock. He ran Into the place with two large stones In hut hands, shouting: "They're after met Don't let them kill nie!" It was some time before the mill hands could get the man quieted down and when Mr. Young was summoned he took charge of the man, taking him to his house, where he kept op a disturbance all night, shouting that four men were after him to kill him. With all the seriousness of the episode there was a humorous side as well. In humoring the man Mr. Young told him he must have drunk too much Bland whisky, and that he had better beware of Blsud whisky, as It would make a man crazy. The man showed a rational streak when he replied: "Well, yon have none the beet of me; you drank out of the same bottle." The next day the man, who Is short, heavy set and very dark complexioned, was given his breakfast and dinner and allowed to go. Whore he went Is unknown. Bland Herald. THE MODtCKN IIKAUTt Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise in the open air. llr form glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the geutle and Pleasant Syrup of Figs, made by the California rig etyriip to. only. Two New I "corporations. The National Cereal company, com posed of H. 11. Armstead and Henry S. Farley, of New York, and Joseph B. Mayo, of New Mexico, have filed articles of in corporation with the secretary of the territory. The objects of the company are to acquire manufacturing properties. mill sites, dam sites, real estate, mines and mining properties, lots and parcels of land, erecting manufactories on the land acquired, for carrying on a general manufacturing business of cereals and foods of all kinds, to acquire lease and maintain canalsflumes, pipe Hues, etc , aud to buy and sell all necessary mer chandlse and commodities for the sup port aud sustenance of man and beatt The company Is stocked for 110,000 at a par value of $1 per share. The principal place of business Is at Golden, New Mexico, where Joseph B. Mayo will act as resident manager. The above gentlemen have also filed articles of lncoporatton for the Interna tional Cereal company, with the same objects as those stated In the articles of the National Cereal company. This com pany Is stocked for (1,000,000 divided Into 10.000 shares, with a par value of f 100 per share. Prluvlpal ollioe at Gold en, N. M. Maaqaerads at lllanil. Great preparations are being made for the poverty-masquerade dance ou the 14th. Mauy are making np costumes for the occasion and everything points to an all round good time. The committee In charge of this dance wishes It under stood that those who wear costumes need not necessarily wear masks, and also that ths costume may be of any style, courtly or beggarly, with or without masks, as the taste of the wearer may prompt. Herald. Maw Mrsltto'a Ouiatta ILlay. In acomprehenslveartlcleupon "Mines aud Mining at the Kiposltlon," which receutly appeared In the Omaha-World Ilearld, New Mexico aud Arlzoua came In tor prominent meutlou. Of this terri tory. It said: "New Mexico will fill plumb full her alotted space with minerals of all kinds. J. J. Leesou, who had the territorial ex hibit at Nashville, took the premium for the best general collection of minerals. That guarantee what this display will lie. There is enough now to keep one looking for weeks, but there are four car load more coming. Twelve thousand dollars worth of gold bullion Is coming by Monday, and the whole exhibit will be ready lu a day or two. New Mexico produces the greatest variety of ores under different formations, from common dull gray sulphides to the most delicate forms of crystallizations. In addition to rare gems aud precious stones, such as turquoise, ruby, garnets, amolhynts aud forty other kinds. These, of coarse, make an Interesting display. The com mercial value of this exhlolt alone and the value of the specimens Is more than f 10,01V additional. Not only is the min eral departments of Interest, but here will be found a collection of ethnological relics that are priceless. A valuable relic of the day when Spain held firm sway over that part of the United States Is a bottle made in 1900 and used to carry Important document to and from Spain and America. It was also used to bring 'holy water to this country to baptize the children of the governor of the country. But people must see for themselves all the things hers displayed, and as the ex hibit la near the eo trance from the Audit orium It will naturally have the first at tention of those coming Into the build ing from that direction." Bow to Look Wood. Good look are really more than skin deep, depending entirely ou a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver is Inactive, you have a bilious look; If your stomach Is disordered, you have a dyspeptic look; It your kidneys are af fected, you have a pinched look. Secure good health, and yon will surely have good looks. "Merino bitters is a good Alternative and Tonic Arts directly on the stomach, liver and kidneys, purines the blood, cures pimples, blotches and boils, aud gives a good complexion. Kvery bottle guaranteed. Sold at J. H. U'Klelly X Co.'s Drug Store. 50 ceuts per bottle. THB HEW FLAG ARRIVES. "A Thing of Btatity aad a Joy Forever" What It Looks Like. The Oag for the New Mexico volunteers has arrived at Santa Fe, and will be on exhibition at the executive office there tor a few days prior to sending It to Tampa. It Is a most elaborate affair and ex cites unbounded admiration from all be holders. The fltg Itself Is flxn feet In dimension and Is manufactured from the finest silk obtainable. The stars are embroidered with white silk on a bark ground of blue, and tbs Inscription: "New Mexico Squadron, First Regiment (lulled States Volunteer Cavalry; War With Spain," Is embroidered In the red stripes. Surrounding the dag proper is a gold fringe two inches long. The pole Is seven and one half feet long and Is surmounted by a bronze eagle. A red silk streamer bears the letters In gold: "Presented by the Citizens of New Mexico." Woven gold cords with tassels fall from the summit of the pole. The fltg Is the most beautiful and appropriate present possible to present the gallant New Mexico squadron by the appreciative la dles and citizens of the territory, aud will be a genuine source of great pride to the boys. The New Mexican flag fund still con tains sufficient for a similar Hag, which will be made and presented the second quota of volunteers from the territory. It Is believed that a surplus will exist after the second flag Is made, which will be ased for a purpose to be made public later. Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the Burton house. Burton, W. Va., and oue of the most widely known men In the state, was cured of rheumatism after three years of suffering. He says: "1 hare not sufficient command of language to con vey any Idea of what I suffered, my phy sician told me that nothing could be done for me and my friends were con vinced that nothing but death could re lleve my fluttering. In June, 1W4, Mr. Kvans, the salesman for the Wheeling Drug Co, recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm. At this time my foot and limb were swollen to more than double their normal size and it seemed to me my leg would burst, hut soon after I be gan using the Pain Halm the swelling began to decrease, the palu to leave, and now I consider that 1 am entirely cured." For sale by all drugglHts. HOTEL ARRIVALS. liBAND CRNTRaL. Geo. R, Carson, Kl Pato; Sam Jackson, Wluslow: F. M. Jones, D. (1. Boyd. Hants Fe; J. L. Brewster, Jr., Philadelphia; J. S. Humphreys, Pueblo; K. F. Bohlinler, Mascoutah, III.; K. J. Temple, Denver; J. C. Temple, Uayden, Colo. UOTKL HKiHLlND. O. H. Jackson. Prescott; K. II Dullleld, Kldon. Iowa; ti. W. Wheeler, J. V. Keys, A. Waiu, Geo. M. Hill, Miss Jeannutte klchley. Las Vegas; W. A. Kimear. New ton, Kan.; K. II. Andrews, Han Bernar dino; Burt aud W. M. Hurst, W. A. Noel, Kansas City; Ita Hoy Austin and wife, Provldeuce, K. I 8TUKGK8' KTROr-KAN. F. O. Whlteman. San Msrclul; R. C. Cptegrove. Belen; L. A. Delhntal, Frank Georges, Wliflnw i J- W. Dickinson, Angeles; C. Leidigh, Dayton, Ohio; C. L. Brown, Oaklaud. Cal.; J. M. Hale. St Joseph; F. Chandler, Chlnago; C. G. Wor den, Mrs. II. i. Smith. Vt inslnw; K. A. Matthews. Williams; Thos. Starr. Chlca go, Tho. Burks, St. Joseph, Mo.; Wm. Doza, Wlnslow;Kd. Aliens, Temple, Tex.; Kuiory Collett, Chicago; W. K. McMel, San Bernardino; Samuel H. Small, Chi cago; C. M. Kodgeri, Clehurue, Texas; Irvlug ftelliuan. w. u. Hamilton, io- peka; K. M. Keuoa, Rt Louis; J. Trieet, San Francisco; Hilarlo Haiuloval, Ca bezon. Ksosutor's Motleo. In the matter of the estate of the late l)ou Moulco Mirahal, of San Hafael, alencla county. New Mexico. Ail Interested are uotilled that on the 4th day of April, Ix'.im, ths undersigned was by the probate court of alencla county, N. M., duly appointed executor of said estate, and did at once qualify iu the premises, and that therefore all persons having claim agaliiNt said estate must present them for allowance withlu one year from such appointment. All per sons knowing themselves to be Indebted to said estate are requested to at once settle the claim. Claims may 1st pre sented to the undersigned at Han Kafael, N. hi., or to B. S. Hodey, the attorney for the estate, at bis office In Albuquerque, n. M.. DlLVKriTHa MlrUBAl.. Kxeculor. sxxvvvvxvx SJI Perfect 5 Infant Food Gail Borden Eagle Brand Condensed Milk ST' A PcDrarT 3iin.TiTiiTr FnD Mothers Milk. For to V S YEARS TMI Uaoino Brand. WANT HtALTM Suit mz. V nv : QaOtHHoMimO. Ill TOM WHITB HAH OUSTED. Indians Rear Flagstaff riant Their Grata eo the Wrong Land. Ashton Nehekar some ten days ago came to Flagstaff and reported that the Indiana came on to his premises and at tempted to plant their grain on his land. He told them and their sub-agent they could not Interfere with his land, but that he was willing to leave and give np the same when the law said It was not hi. The land npon which Nebekar lives. It Is claimed by the Indians, has been al lotted to them, but Nebekar and all the white settler In that locality claim that it Is not on the reservation, and that he has a right to It, having lived there tor years unmolested. The matter Is now before the commissioner of the general laud office for settlement, aud K. 8. Clark, Mr. Nrbckar's attorney, received a telegram Monday from the Hon. Mark Smith, at Washington, stating that the commissioner said h wonld wait tor Ne bekar' testimony to arrive before de ciding the matter. It seems that the sub agent at Tul a City was acting nnder the Instruction from the general agent at Fort Defiance, which was to put Ne bekar off the land. Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Font and Mr. Tanner, two reliable citizens ot that locality, arrived hers and stated that about aw to 1)00 Indiana were In Tuba City Monday, armed with revolvers and Winchester. Tney committed no vio lence to anyone, nor made any threats, hut their presence In eucb a large num ber and being in arms. Is enough to cre ate no small degree ot uneasiness. It seems they are determined to try and hold this land, even if they resort to force. Joseph Tanner arrived from there last night and reports about 100 Indiana still armed there, but no acta ot violence by them. What ths outcome of the matter will he watts to be seen. It Is a bad stale of affair and tha government should hold a check on these Indians and not allow them to do as they are doing. The cit izens ot Tuba City are law-abiding peo ple, and the government and Its agents should not allow their rights molested. They are always willing to abide by the law. Flagstaff Oem. SAN MASClAL, Krnm tlie flee. H. B. Head, the cattleman. Is expected to reach Sau Marclal about the loth of the present month. Judge 11. 1). Hamilton's Intention Is to locate In Albuquerque just as soon as his tuccesHor qualifies. A. A. Sodillo, now teaching school at Old San Marclal Is receiving a good en lorsement for court Interpreter under Judge Charles Leland. P. W, Vaught was In from his ranch tor supplies. Ue reports his young or chard giving promise of yielding a nice crop ot aprloots, cherries, plums, etc. Mrs. George Hoffman and baby, who have been quite 111 for a few days, are re ported by Dr. Crulksbauk to be on the high road to recovery. Murrl ed, at the residence of Mrs. K. C. G iffey, Lexington, Ky , by the Rev. J. Rand, on Wednesday, May 28, at high noon, Rev. H. B. Rose berry, of 8an Mar clal, New Mexico, and Miss Lucy Sages er ot Wllmore, Keutucky. Mr. R. W. Hunter aud Miss Hattie Sageser were attendants. Ths young couple will re side at Wllmore. COULD NOT SLEEP. Mr. Pinkham Relieved Her of All Her Troubles. Mrs. Mami fiABOocs;, 17S Second fit, Grand Rapids, Mich., bad ovarian trouble with its attendant aches and pains, now aha la well. Here are her own words: "Your Vegeta ble Compound haa made ma feel like a new person. Before I be gan taking It I was all run down, folt tired and aleepy moat of the time, bad palna la my back and aide, and such terrible headaches all the Urns, andoonld not Bleep well nights. I al so had ovarian trouble. Through the advlc of a friend I began the as of Lydia B. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and atnc) taking It all troubles have gone, sly monthly atckneaa used to be so painful, but have not had the allghtest pain alnce taking your medicine. I oannot praise your Vsgetabla Compouud too much. My husband and friends aee such a change In me. I look so much better and have soma color In my face." Mrs. riok ham Invites women who are 111 to writs) to her at Lynn, Mass., for advice, which la freely offered. SWALLOWED BELT PIN, X-Rayi Locate It, bat It Cannot B Reached. Mrs. II. T. Andrews, of Prescott, three weeks ago swallowed a small belt pin. She went to 1'hoenix on Thursday and submitted to X-ray, aud it was found that the plu hail lodged on the left side of the lung at the bifurcation of the trscht-a. She has severe coughing spells at Intervals and ha had severe hemor rhages. Her condition Is considered critical as in the present location the plu cannot be reached by a surgical opera' tlou. Attention. Attention is called to our big display ail. lu another column. We mean Just what we say. We advertise facts ouly. We are showing au array of seasonable merchandise never before equalled and tliiuk we are aide to prove to you that It is to your Interest to buy at our store. Give us a chance to show you our values. Simon Stkkn Ths Railroad aveuue clothier. Tn Mrt' l'on.llmto,ii I urrrrr, Till. .in-U l:intlv rul!.urtii !ifeor.io. II I i:. I . lull lo tuiv. ilruHtfihU r rut,4 Uiouef Try SoallUas ' bst tsa aa4 hakla fwmtm. The newest addition to ladles' wear Is the red, white and blue, liewey waists, mails or une Japanese silk, to be had ouly at the Uoideu hule Dry Good com pany. Floor matting. Whitney Co, ft T -1 .err Triers Is toe IIHIe tireschltig of the gmpel of hrllh It the U-t thing that anrnne think of teariiinr, either to a man - cinld or woman child. It one of ths mn-t important branch es of an education. Without h'-alth, a man will b a biilneM, and a woman a social failure. When the bnty of either a man or a woman is prrm. rrly noori.hrd. the result is the enjoyment of good health. Almmt all lll health is due to improper or In- nflicirnt nourishment. If the stomach is rig-lit and the 1 ; . i. ....., i.i I iii w UMi", i" r-iiw win receive Its normal supply of the life s-iving elements of the food and the body will he properly nourished. Ir. Pierce's Golden Medical Iiarorrry seta directly upon the stomach and lieer. It purifies and enriches the blood. It la the great Mood maker, fleah builder, nerve Ionic and tetoratie. It promotes the natural activity of ths en tire nutritive oryanism. It puts sn end to the slow starvation that la at the bae of many diseases. It does not make flabby fat liks cod liver oil, but firm, mnacitlar tissues. It does not make corpulent peo ple more corpulent but huiltla np the sys tem to the normal standard. " was rwn Sown with nervous rmtralloaj and female vMkni anil kl'lnry tr.Mil.le." writes Mrs. Msrsfids Smry. ot H:nartt. Wpirrea Co., Tenn. " My howrl wrre crni-lipMM. Mr whole systriu was wr-rkel. My IrirniU thonrht f wraiM die. 1 had rrsd of llr. Pierre's nif.ll. ctnes and sent for the 'G.Mn Mrdiral Dkov- ery ' Favorite Presriiralr.il and ' I'lrasant Pet lets. In one wek a time I hran to so up. In two wrt-kl I emtlil.fl up sll dr. llirrbfinf so had that I hsd to h hrliwd In and out of bed. I hsvelakeu lour hnitlrs nl" ' (Vildrn Mnllral IHs cnrei y ' and two nf ' favorite rwritdin ' and am In bettrr health than I hnvt hrvn lor years." Constipation Is the f ther of sll manner of maladies. If It did not ealat, or was In sll cases promptly relieved. Hie mntority of medical books could be safely destroyed. It la the easiest sicknes to ne1rct and the simplest to cure. Ir. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure contirwti.n every time. They cure it promptly, completely and perma nently. They never Brtjie. Thry don't fet yon out 'o niifhis. tine " IVllct " is a rntle laxative, and two s mild rsthartic. IlUKsisls keep not h ins; else "fud s jpiod." IHB TM-CfcMENNIAL CELEBRATION. Oae Fare te Cbamlta for July U From All rolntt In Hew Mexico, Hon. L. B. Prince, of Santa He, ha re ceived notice from the Atchison, Topeka x Santa re railroad authorities as to rates f fare over that road for the trl- centennial celebration at Chamlta, on July 13. There will be a rate to Santa re from all points In New Mexico and from Kl Paso, of one fare for the ronnd trip. A the Denver A Klo Grande rail road will have a very low excursion rate from Santa Fe to Chamlta, this makes a very favorable arrangement for all who Ish to attend. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa He com pany has also conceded a one fare rate tor round trip to Santa Ke at the time of the horticultural fair, Including the daya from September 6 to 10. This should be remembered by all societies and organl tations that are arranging for meeting, as It affords an opportunity to meet In Santa Fe at a pleasant season and at cheap rates. A. 11. Potter, with C. K. Atkins & Co.. Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "1 hare never before given a testimonial, but I will say that for three year we have never been without Uhamhenaiu Colic, Chol era aud Diarrhoea Keuifdy tn the house, and my wife would as soon think of doing without Hour as a bottle of this remedy in the summer season. We have used It with all three of our children and It has never failed to cure not simply stop pain, but cure absolutely. It Is all right, and auyone who tries It will II ud it so." For sale by all druggists. War Prims Solid and Llitnld Uroesriss. Fresh Kansas egg, per dot 15c. Native eggs, per dot 200. tyring 92 Uourlion or Hye per bottle 7.r. Clear syrup or New Orleans molasses, per gallon 4"e. Drape or Cognac brandy, per bottle. . 75c. Best lye, four cans the. Native wine, per gallon 7&o. Good, strong, pure baking powder, 3 lbs. for 25c. Cider or wlue vinegar, per gallon. .. H"C. (rood cigars, fifty in a box, per box. . 75c. Old Mause, best maple syrup, per quart '. , iUio. (lay aud grain at lowest prices. A. Lombardo. Wat Over fifty, tun, An Old and Wkll-Thiku Rkmriit. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over hrty years by millions of mother for their children whils teeth ing, with perfect success. It soothes the child, soften the gums, allay all palu, cures wind colic, aud Is ti.e best remedy tor diarrhoea. It Is pleusaut to ths taste. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Twenty-lire cents ahnttle. Its value i Incalculable. He sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. The Minis Pnsumatlrj Hleyels HailtMs Is healthful, satisfactory, entirely new, pneumatic nose and edge.rouihlued with broad soft felt pads, on which the pelvic bones rests, and affords more seating surface without chafing than any saddle invented. Kecoiumeuded by phslclan to os inny nygieuio. ror sale at Ul I town postoUlue ou the plaza. Itus't ToUarro nl sad SuoAs tour 1 1 ft Affar, To qull tobacco eaii'ly urid lurever. be mas Kilio. lull ot l lo, liervn and vUor, tuks No lo Bsc, the "U(h-r worlo-r, ihat makes weak tut-a strong. All drucxiata, Me or II. Cureiuaruo teed IkKiMet and sample freak Addrons Starling Kemeuy Co , Chicago or New Yors Just received a large assignment ot One California Grape brandy, spring 12, which we will sell to saloon keepers at 12.25 per gallon. Original package. O. Bachechl & 0. Oloml. Simpler, the people's shoe man. has re ceived a new iuvoiue of Ladles' Oxford ties which he I selling at remarkably low prices. Have you seen the new military button belt at the Kooiiomlst 1 nrn v. f i -nr Use only one heap ing teaspoonful of Schilling s Best Bak ing Powder to a quart of flour. You mutt um fie teaipoonfuli of other baking powder. MANHOOD RESTORED li rt ul ll urn i' voua or Uisv - w'l.iistij.iill'.ti. 1 HKfOnt anb AFTER rtlPIUCNr trntliti rfsHtirstacuiall orKirna, . . V.a r--aoii aiiflnri-rn m' vut r-irt-i. by iHai a.tlil Cfi'llth .NKialii only innwn L aa iKM.ati Lf ioa, by ui&u. awrKl Um rhaacUvularaod a)aa r Tf K ITUl k Vor Hale at Wdl FROFfiSSTOlUL CltM. It A KL A. SNfbkSV, I TTORNKY-AT I.AW. Room 10, Crom 1 well bus k, Alhuiinerqne. N. M. r. n. HAHsors, I'MVL KNUI ht K RR 8PKCI A LTY Irrtys tlon and Wster Supply ftismlnatlonaand Reports. Msps, plans snd esllmstes. Corres pondence Holldtrd. Room IS, Armljo block, tor. Srd St. snd Ksltroad svenns. mu. manor m aiisns. HOMfKOPATHIC PHTSICIANS AND eftlcs. t'ld Telephone SS. New Telephons iss. Mrs. Marlon Hlshop, M l), pfflcs hours, t to t p. m. Frank U. Bishop, M. U., office a.'"""1 T ." i m s s. si. 1 aks elevator at Whitney's. JOBS) TASVHSst, M. ! IJRTSICIAN AND RURUKON Office la Armijo bnlldlnsj- Comer of ksl'rotd arsons snd 1 hlid street. Honrs, 8 80 to II s. m. 1 to a p. m. Hperlal attenUoa given to Chronic snd diss ssi's of women. It. D. sTOHKSOM, ARCHITKCT-Plsns. sneelflestlnns snd s tirnstee fomlshed lot all classes nf bnlld. In and arrhlteetoral Wurk. Office I Sot W sat Kallroad avsnae. ASTBRUAT BASTsrSlDAT, OrriCK snd residence. No. 411 West Gold, svenns). Telephone No. ts. Utiles hoars ? to S s. m. 1 :to to f SO and 7 to S p. as. I.. Kastssdsy, M.D. J7. Ewterday, M. D. w. , Horn, M. D OrriCK HOUKS-Untll s. m. snd from I !S0 to a .to snd from 1 to p. m. Orhcs snd residence, MO West Oold svanne, Alba, qneeqas, N. M. OBMT1ST. . J. Algsr, D. D. R. ARMIJO BLOCK, OPPOSITE ILFKM) Bros. Ollke hours t a s. n. to IS SO p. m.i 1 :S0 p. m. tn a p. m. Auto. Tel. No. . Appointments mads by mall. 8ISSARO B. BODtl, A TTOHNKY.AT.I.A W. Alhnonmu M iV M. Prompt attention given to all business pensining to ine pnrfeaston. will practice In all courts of Hie territory snd csfore ths t olled SUOes land oOtcw. WILLIAM D, LIS, A TTORNRY AT LAW. osSee. room Y. IX N. T, Atmllo building. VVU1 practice in all ths courts of tbs territory. JOHNSTON FINICAL, ATTORNKYS-AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. Oftlcs, rooms snd S, F irst National Hank building. R. W. U. BRIAN , TTORNRY-AT t.AW, Alhnqnerqne, N. L M. Otllcs, First National Bank building. FRANK W. CLANCY, t TTORNKY-AT-I.AW, rooms snd 1. N, k. T. Armpo building, Albuquerque, N. H. . V. ItOfMOH, .TTORNHY AT-LAW. Office over Rob. A ertson's grocery store, Albuquerque, N. M. Trustee's Bads. Of the Danncnbaum Roller (irtst Mill st Ber nalillo. N. M., the Sale tn Tske Place st Front lor of the Postollire st Al buquerque, N. si., st 1 1 o'clock a. ni., June lu, laws. Public notice Is hereby given thst because Llsetie hsunrnlMium, lolned by her husband, did on June 17, I mho, mskc their trust deed to the undersigned to secure unto Samuel Lewis the payment, with costs. fees snd Interest. of their promissory mite of that date for S'J.fcoo run ning one year with Interest at 14 pn cent per annum, which said trust deed Is ret onledln the ci olliclu re older s otllcs of Bernalillo county, New Vlnk o. in volume ft st page lew of the Records of Trust Deeds: and did slso thereafter, on the lsth dsy of November IS" that eame yesr, eiecule to Uie undersigned an additional or auiioleniental trust Instrument to si cure unto said l-is their note of the Istter (Iste for gl.ooo additions!, nuinlna ons vnr from the latter dste and bearing like Interest, snd w hich ssld Isiler Instrument Is also record ed In said same olllcs and book st psge Sis; and liecsuse both of said promissory uotes are uow long past due and unpaid, and being so requested In wining by the legal holder of said promissory notes, and being so thereunto duly aiithonied by aald two trust Instruments: In order to psy said two notes, together with the Interest, fees, lames and costs In the prem ises, i win, at it o riocs a. m., on Haturday, June IS. IMim. at the front door nl ths I'mi-i Mates postoltlce in the city ol Albuquerque, In biu colony, sen si yuuuc venuue. to me nign est and best bidder lor rash, sll of ths real es. tste snd chattela mentioned In said two trust Instninients, snd which are ss follows, thst Is to any i ine lisnnennsnm Holler urlst Mill com plete, the same living "a tract ol laud situated in the town of Bernalillo In said county, meae. iirlua lr0 feet from ninth to south, and USA feet from eust to west, and being bounded on the north by s line seven feet south of the fencs of Nestors L. ds Klrchner, south by s line seventeen feet north ol the stable of Jowls F. Castillo, and being the ssnie Piece of laud deedrd to L. Uannenbaum by deed dsted June a. lsua. fmm Josefs P. raB. till" aa the same Is recorded In the ei-oflu lo recoraers onus lis- Bernalillo counly, New Mraico, In book S st nags IIUSJi also sll the buildings and chattels situated upon said tract ol land, ths buildings being the lsnnrn haiim Flouring Mill, and ths chattels being the iiiiiiiim maciiiuery. consisting ol a Kit ninoud (hid.) City Mills Works roller grist mill com plete, according lo the plan of said worka of June S. lNwt). No. 14.4011, and consisting of s boiler snd engine and their trapplnga com plete, rollrrs, dusters, bins, shafting and ma chinery, elevslora, belling, pulleys, bolters, sieves, puntlers, scourers, hoppers, etc., etc. The buildings and machinery are practically new, and are In perfect order. this is the best chance fur a mill man to bs bud In the aouthwest. The total amount of the debt, Including ths principal notes, interest, costs, fees, etc., up to the time of the sals w ill be shout the sum of H.S'Hi. Nut iLrsLO, Trustee. U. 8. RoDav, Attorney Its- Trustee. AtiKNTS VYANTKD FOR " WAR WITH hl'AIN" including bstlles on ses snd land. C ontains all aliout armies, navlea, forts and warships nl ntsh nstlons, and grsphic lory of thegresl victory of Ihegsllsnt Drwryi tells everything aliout Hsmpsoii, Hrhley, Mtl hugh Lee snd lestliug coiiimsntlers, by lion. James Kankm Younii. the Intrepid leader for Cuba libra In the hulls of Congress. The greatest war book published; 8O0 large pasrs; loosupetb lllustistiuns, many In rich colors. Has lame colored mapa. biggest book, high est commissions, lowest price; only eiHI. Ksch siilMt-rllier receives grsnd SI premium free. I leinsnd enormous; harvest for agents; :u il.iyi tirdlt; firighl paid; oulllt free. Wilts to-day. Adihras Tbs National Hook Concern, Dep t. Ih, Sbu Dearborn street. Chicago. WANTKD - HOLICITOR9 OK fitHJD address, either sea, to sell California noses, rare, hardy, ornamentala, etc Town and cities only, to 111 t.sy salary weekly. Its quick ; stale sge. The I lowland N ursery Com pany, Ixm Angeles, Cal. pKoposAI.3 FOR FORAOtC AND ST HAW. -Oftlcs of Chlcl Uuartermaster, Denver, Colo., June S, lsus Mealed pro posals. In triplicate, will bs received here and at ollice of Uuartermaster at each post below named until 1 1 o'clock a. m., ivoth meridian time, juiyo, ibhm, and then opened, fur fur. uishing Hotage aud Htraw, at hints Apache Urant, Hum luica, aub osl of San C'arlos, A. I , lull DuCht siie, I tali, and Fort Washakie. Wvonilnir. slid Denver. Colo., durlnu lists year eiuling June So, lauu. Proposals for atistitities less ttian the whole required, or for ehverv at bolllla other than those nsmed. will he entertained. The right Is reserved to relect any or an piuposals or any pan Uiereol. Inloriiiatlun furnlahed on appllcatiou hereof at ollnes ol respective post qusrterniasters. hnvtloiimto he marked 'rroposals for Forage anil straw. r.. n. a twooij, ciuel J. m. Ltiut-Sile iur ll.iwsls With searsta. I'uTMly I'ai'tiirtl'-, sure rnnstlpatlnn forever. IOc.uihi. Ifc C. V fall, drugirlaiaruluud moner1 Gentlemen and patriots, before going to war buy your underwear and furnish ing goods at the Uuiilnn Uule Dry (Joods to. aud save half. Plumbing and gas Uttlcg. Whitney Co. CUPIDIMf Tills H fMl VMiLaftk v iwmiitr,uit bf ttatrifi t ft-nru i.. mii, iu tUtcaiuufui of tUI bet i( Hi ife. fu uri(aui, aui b m Ixjc MatibK lilllll, I'stlliM III 111 l-M k, CtW.lltJtM f.UlUHlriltAl, NtrV0U lSs)liiA riiliiiivra Ut Mairrx, kiiiAUiUj.c iirtvliia, VrWrIa sms 1 mut ftii I'MM-vi ir iu or I Mr hi rrtviiu auli bf Mill tliw-liargi-, wiitt u 'I iiuirfiM-kt! iwii ki Hpruiurth4 tv4 ail lh hirror.i.J ltn,olfM r. 4 V " " "'Tanaia Itil !. uj kiiliif.saiMl th urh.ry oritkiisaJ mii UuiMtf lUaa. tnni In fnii ntnsaty far ftit r rrw1ki4 imfc n'miiiT hi ctirw wiiirou mi opwrauuisw auwusaiimtnt d morMr rf(tiriiaa 11 a isoivtj --a uu oau a i m ton's Drag: Store. First National Bank, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Anttorlsed Capital ....I&00.000.00 Paid np Capital, Burplua and Proflta tUSeOOOOO XTTafa Ts, The Bant of Commerce Dsvat j roBKisa noMAsvaa IleiM Asamats aat Ofnats PimisssM wtkh DlftBOTOMi , a Ome, rrssidsjgl I. c. Baxoaioaa, Lomber, W, C, LsosaaB, Capttall 8. r. BoaosTsa, Vies-President. A, Kisaaaav. Klssmsaa Iras, Wool. ' l7,.0i,' C"hl"- to wsax. (eross. Blseawtdl A Co, Oresere B. J. aasoa. Assistant Cssblsr, W. A. Matwatx, Wbolssmls Drawstss. Dcposltorr for Atchison, Topeka 4 Bant Fe Eilwa. the ST. EIi3VCO SASXPXJC AND CLUB UOOM' Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wm, Etc. JOSEPH BAKNETT. Proprietor. 110 Wat Railroad Ave. Albs)rc.. DKALKHS IN GROCERIES and LIQUORS FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS. HAY AND f FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Imported French and Italian r J- Sola Aganta for Sew Triftphoiiy, til. 218. a IK "The fletropole" JOHN W1CK8TROM. Prop. The Beat and Flout Liquors and dcrTcd to NO. 114 WEST ltAILHOAD AVENUE GROSS' BLAGKWELL & CO., (INCORPORATED.) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND WOOL DEALERS. Headquarter for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Goods; Kansas Gty Baking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware. Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Yegas and Ulorlcta. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Ms R. P. HALL. Proprietor Iron aad Bras Cssiio ( I Or, Coal and wui'i. w.'si i vihuudh BID'I IHIQ pniDlS ror IjUU' IiUTB I siVPSirS OSl Mlniof and MU1 lUohtiMr a HpsMitUty. FOUNDRY: MQE RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. AMERICAN SILVER TRUSS. LIGHT, COOL, Ess? is Waar. Ksislat SSVSTSM II .r ola wllk Cealorl. W. L.TRIMBJ-.E & CO. Livery, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables Second St., Detween Railroad and Copper Avea Horaaa and Mnlti Bossht sad Bxakoasjod. Agoata for Columbna Baggy Comftir, Tho Boat Turnouts la ttao CitT. CARRIAGE REPOSITORY Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons. Victorias Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale. : I I Addreag W. L. TRIMBLE k C(U Albnqnergog, New Mexico Gr. HENRY, M. D Studont of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Franco. vssvpliill x SpooinltVs' TUIBTT SIX YKAR8' FitAOTlCK. UKS ONLY TBBATBD. a cars sasranlesd In svsry caas) nnilertakeii hrn s cars Is prscttcsbls snd posslbl. (iunonhova, gleel and strlclnrs sii-p1lly curvd Willi Dr. Klciiii'a Krench stemwllra. Uscso cssrs urrmaiienUf cured sritlmi TtlKKK DaYil. NO CUBhHH, SAN UAL WOOO OIL no I CUFAlBA used Spermatorrhoea, serninal losses, nlshl emissions, Insomnia, despondsucf , rsdlrallr cured. tUcoril'a mrtliod practiced In Hi World's UuspllaJ, farla. kslereucsl Ovsr ao.OuO palleiiuaaccrsalully cured williln lbs last nlus rears. CaareldtarMUenucrusT,be petmlsslon. Inve.llsste. OlUce. u7 Sevenleenlli street, near tltismpa, Uenvw, C'ulo. nnaluli, Vrench, tterinan Polish. Kusslan and Uohrmlan si oken. asssnaUlslls. and Oat. asslalie rrsss. i'onesp'Uidsnce sollcltadl slrlcllr anntldenllal ZEIGER CAFE I QUICKEL & BOTHE. Proos. (Buocewors to frank 11, Jonw.1 Finest Whiskies, Imported and Domestic lices mil Cogntci) Tke Coolest and Hlfheit Grate of Lajer Serrcl Finest liilllard llall in the Territory. Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars U. S. DErOSITOliT, Dcpoiitory tor tha Atlaatic A racific and tha Atchisoo, Torcka & SanU Fe Railroad Coa. CFF1CKE3 119 CISSCIC23J 106HTJA &MTO0U....ftsttfl! M. W. rLOTJBROT ....TloPrealilml A.A.KKKX ....OashlfsT tBkSK MoKIrl. . . .Aairljraant Oashlsf A. A. 8 EAST. iirxwoaoo! In Albaqnerqne; H. II. Aa tnvm i. ta vaaunv rtwMaaia San Antonio Lima. AND S17 NORTH THIRD 8T OIjUU 1 . A4L AS. Cg-an, Imported and Domcitic, All Patrons. Now Mexico. Lumbar Oara i BWUnf , Pulls?, QrsU Ban B. RUPPE, PRESCRIPTIONS I 210 Railroad Avenue. Entail Telephone 143. ilbaqnsrqaa, . M.