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THE EXCELLENCE OF flit? OF FIGS
In tine not only to tlip originality and
simplicity of the combination, hnt aim
to th care and skill with which it la
manufactnrpd hy aclcntiflc prorwwrs
known to the California Fin Hrnt-r
Co. only, and we wish to Imprcus npon
all the Importance of pnrclinninjf the
true and original remedy. As the
jrrnulne Syrup of Vgn la manufactured
by the Calipohnia Fio Krmip Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
aaaiat ono in avoiding the worthies
Imitations manufactured ly other par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Flo Sirup Co. with the medi
cal profession, and the satisfaction
which the (renuiue fivrup of Fljrs has
friTen to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a ptiarnnty
of the excellence of its remedy. It la
far In advance of all other laxatives,
as It acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
Injr them, and It does not (rripe nor
nauseate. In ordcrtojret Its benefluial
effects, plcaso remember the name of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAS ruANcisea, CsL
UriTil,i r. r. rw tank. .
I'll E DAILY CITi ZEN.
Totwis r aberlpila.
Pally, tT mall, one year as 00
I'Hr, bv mall, ill month. 0O
Oailv, br mall, thrre months 1 R0
Dully, br mail, on month no
lstly. by rarrirr. one month 75
Wrraly, by mall, per yrar 1 00
Thb Daily CtTtr.BN will he drllvrrrd In
(be elty al the low rate of mi rrnta pee wrrk,
or for 75 centa per month, when paid monthly.
Theae ratra are leaa than those of any other
dally paper In the territory.
DVKHTISIN' H ATK9 made known on
application at the office of publication.
TIIK CITIZKN (ob ofllre la one of the beat
In the aoitthweat, and all klnda of fob print.
n la aiecuted wltb Dealneaa and at lowest
THK RINDKKY, Inst added, la complete
and well lilted to do any kind of blndmc
1'IIK CITIZKN will be handled at the office
Mutiarrlplloni will be collected by li. U.
Tilton, or can be paid at the otlice.
NOTICK la hereby (Iven that orttera I Wen
by employee upon Thi Citiibm will not
bt honored unleaa previously endoraed by the
1'IIK CITIZKN la on aals at the following
placea In the cllyi 8. h. Newrniner, s I
N.llroarl avenue; llawley'a Newa lepot. South
H.-cond atrrrt; I). A. Mutaon A Co'a, No. Hon
Hailniad avrnue, and llarvey'a hating llouae
at the depot.
p'K rKKK LIST The free Hat of Tub
A ClTlfaN embracea Notlrea of Mlrtha, Mar.
Maitea, Kunerala, Dratlia, C'lmrrh Servlceaand
kntertalnnientawhere noadmiaslon lachaiBed.
Ub'UUkS A, Mt'lKhllrlll,
Atehlaon.Topaka at Santa Fa
Nn, 1 California hi.rass. .,
No. 17 kipreaa ,
No, t Atlantic Kipreaa ....
No. Sb local Kipreaa
rsoat THB BOOTS
No. aa Local Kipreaa
No. SI If silco kipreaa
... 7:4b pm
... B:'i& pm
,.. 10:4b pm
... 7 aft pm
... 0:60 pm
Santa Fo Paelfle.
raoat tbb wbt. Anivea
Nn. t Atlantic kipreaa 10:.Hpm
OOINO WBST, Leavea
Na. 1 Paciac kipreaa B:0f pm
Noa. 1 and 1, Paelfle and Atlantic Kipreaa,
bare Pullman palace drawing room cara, tour.
lat aieepina cara and chair cara between lbl
cajrn ami Lite Anselea and San Fran 'laro.
Noa. 11 and sa, Mexico and Local kipreaa,
have Pullman palace can and chair cara (rum
lu raso to Ksnas city
W. II. TKt'l.l., Joint A rent.
SANTA FE ROUTE.
Atchison, Toptka & Santa Fa Rj. Co
Santa Fa Paclflc E. E. Co.
Condensed Time Table 46, Effectlte Kij SO, 'tl
Kansas C ity
B 00 p
11. ao a
B OO p
4. an a
la Hi p
lo m a
w lo a
It 40 p
a 4b a
0 ko a
4. J" p
1 86 p
a 66 p
4 Ji V
6 .06 p
10 Oft p
U HO a
ft. OS a
la 40 a
a 40 a
I l .a6 p
7 oo p
4 aft p
4 10 p
II bo a
tt 4ft a
4 80 p
rVai h Springs
a do a
4 16 a
8 .10 a
San h mm laco
Pullman Palace and
'iirmt Sleeolna Can
daily thronirh rei
ern I hit ao and Citlilornla.
'1 hr ttraml C anyon of the Colorado can te
reached only by Una hue.
W. B. Thi i i.,
Theiwajit fiwrlnntlnr lnTn-
gm lltillft! tlieHgtt. A l My rHnil f
v s H' rm:niiiii. n miin no
fc-fw-fT ktll lanijxTHte It ttiitl r-.ni-A.
riiiifd ih uiiifiiMff .Munii.1nr.
Tfi ctnninut, vtK'tili.t or limtru
V. nicitiAl tvtUiuir There U
iioilniiR like tt for nn r-u
Inp'i rntrt(nmnt ttt Ihjuih nr ItM.tr iwrf-m. ifiitn-eni.k-
tu can tuiiff or tnlk U li mxl tt will
r j -r.iiii f fninifliiiU-ly nj m oun a. dcmlrvd.
JuliT ik alK or W"pt
ViUrr mt-mlli-il Ulk.nr tnnrhlnp rrtro1uf
imlv rwfinU of cut nu. tlri-l ul.j- t. ftpts'iatllir
ITt-ixirt'al in ft iit-iU.r ; hul tli t,i.hi.i.h..i-1
Hot limit--.1 UU h istTfoniirtiiitti. 4it l.H-t.rrw Ii.j.
.hcnif vti tuittH-ily iiitkfhn. miHittl rt'iirdtlufti
rtir'lH tif ilie voice, or tiny iMuii1 Tluu tt n
atiintly H'vuiaHim iifWlnU'rvKtmifl iu'lmnu tm-vi-jr
frtli. Tlie rt'i'DMlucllniii ure rltar au- l.riliinl.
eraptioptiones are sold rorsio V
M.ntif t.ltirvv1 nnir thm r'n n' Tntntr,
F.lia. Tt Mti.t l ' il.'l.al'l. IHir t Blial ll'tMii- I t U
Tunrlrr f IN wtrll (! ijiknK M an-lnur aua
..ui(! l n iiiun hm..lu-4V Wnu tut LAtalu-h
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO., Dept. 30,
720-722 Olive Street, St. Louu, Mo.
ST. Lot' IB,
Call at "The tireen Front" shoe store
for children's and misses' sandals aud
oxfords, black aud tan, latest styles, H to
8. 85 cents; 8 S to II. W) rente; 11 4 to .
Kr.ee oxford. 1 . Chaplin, pro -
Read every line of the new advertise
ment on the fourth page, of the Golden
Rule Dry (iootU company. It will Inter
A new line of fine quality stock rlbtsm
In No. 4 , 50 and i widths, worth up to
6oc. a yard; special at &o. at the Koono
The cleanest and beet appointed hart er
shop In the southwest Halm's, N. T. Ar
NEW MEXICO NEWSI
I. AS I Ki t 1-S
Krom the luflecendent Demrtcrat.
Mrs. Z. V. Dies and child left Tnesdar
(or Mi'Klnnev. Tel.
Ilsalth Odlt'er Dpsnmrals has Ifwupdao
order that no circus or show bs allowed
to perform In Las Crncss, No smallpoi
In town at this writing and we stand a
fair chance to escape,.
I)r. Drown of Klncon, Informs ns that
the last vestige of smallpos In that town
has I'een stamped out and that there Is
only one family at Loma t'srds that has
It. lis doesn't know the nnmber of cases
Mr. and Mrs. II l W hite and children,
and Mrs. fi Mite's slater, Mrs. Jas. Man
ning, all of Koewell, stopped In Las
Crnces Kridav night en route to La Mesa,
to lslt Mrs. White's relatives. They
cams by way of Mescalero and report
hear; rains from the I'ecos to the Hto
Grande. The two ladlna a.e sisters of
Lieut. Mallard of Company II, New Mexi
co volunteer cavalry.
Jtmi nor ar-HiNoa.
Jeuiet Hot spring,; Aug. (I. Among
the latest arrivals at this popular resort
are Mrs. (i. YV. Shutt and three boys from
J. W. dwelling, of lltH-ky Xord, Colo.,
and Hugo Matzdorf, of Alameda.
C. II. l'lxon and family. lVrfecto Ar
mljo, Joe Harnett, Percy Hawley. Mrs.
Tnrner, W. B. Miwwer. J. II. Douahltt. of
Iluiih Murray, the San Antonio ranch
man and proprietor of the new bath
houie at the Han Antonio eprlnss, came
d wnto-dy. He report every thiug all
right at his resort.
The last tew rains have cooled off the
atmoephere conxlderatily, and Its com
fortable sleeping under a blanket these
Krion the llptlc.
Miss Klleu Mood, who has charge of the
millinery department of the 1 If eld em
porium, Is taking her annual two weeks'
vacation, and her competent assistant,
Mits Nellie f'reeton, has charge during
Mi-B Wood's Blwnce.
Jake llltK-k, after eighteen years of
buxinees in this city, Is now a compara
tive man of leisure. He has his oflloe In
the Sixth street store of Manuel Mankn,
and Is simply collecting bis assets. His
debts were always paid as soon as due.
In the case of Francisco LUaz.who was
tried before Judge Wooeter on Tuesday,
the defendant was planed under JUIXX)
bonds to await the action of the grand
jury on the charge of assault to kill, and
under a bond to keep the peace.
In a letter to Miss Bessie Cavanautfb
from her brother Kerrill, whose full name
Is Thomas K. Carauaugh, and who was
one of the Uret of the Rough Kldera to be
wounded, says that his arm was badly
shattered, necessitating a third operation,
and that It Is doubtful If be will ever be
able to use the disabled arm. He Is at
Tampa, Via,, and It will be three months
before be can leave the hospital.
G At. LIP.
tiallup, Aug. 11. On Sunday last, John
Youug went down to a pond In the Rio
Puerco, with some boys, who call them
selves "Rubee," or something to that
effect, their principal object being devil
try, to blow up a ship which they had
made. They launched the boat and John
got the range with his cannon, which he
had filled with powder and rocks, and set
It off with a sijulb of his own nmnn
f not ure. The breech of the thing being
unprotected save by the wood upon
which It was mounted, of course rained
upon reaching the resistance offered by
the pebbles, projecting the powder Into
his face. He was brought home and
attended to by Ir. Harper who says he
will get around well enough If the
powder comes out of his eye, which It has
done since he made the remark. Such
foolhardy acts In boys who know a great
deal better should not go unpunished,
and this Is not the Urst offouse of this
gang, for they have "been there before.'
They have been threatened several times
by Marshal Fredericks who will take
them In hand for a week or two In
vacation at his "cauyon resort," should
Bauiuel lleacnrk Is quite 111 wltb In'
flttmmatlon of the stomach.
Mrs. August Uoiivcron has been quite
sick for the past two weeks, but Is Im
proving now slowly.
Mr. Hhow has been placed on the Cree
eent Coal company's town delivery
wagon, and Its former driver, C. B. Smith,
has taken the mine meat wagou, while
its driver, James blicrten, has gone In
the store, liick Klehive. of the store, has
taken the place of P. liulkloy, who re
We Bre glml to see Mrs. Page, who was
lujured some time ago by an unruly
horse, down town agitin. She will soon
b able to discard her crutches.
The superintendent and teachers of the
Kpiscopal Sunday school gave the dill
dren a picnic at Box canyon, two miles
s mth of town. The little tots had their
lunches provided and had a most enjoy
Murray Jobnaon, accompanied by his
family, arrived Ih.I night from San Juan
valley. Mr. Jolinsoii Intends to open
butcher shop h re.
Tim Maloity, K Hart's book keeper, is
Npeudlug a short vacation at the Cienega.
Mr. and Mis J. J. Keeguu and their
daughter, Hal !, returned from a visit to
Washington, !. ('., ami to Mr. Keegau's
parents at (iorilousville, Va.
a.i.s 1 a r it.
Krom the New Mt-ncan.
The wound Inflicted on William Wait
ers, alias 'Hroiicho Hill," the train rob
ber who Is at the i'nlted States Jail at
the penitentiary, is not serious,
The report that small pox is at I. amy
If true, should be attended to by the
I county commissioners at once.
1 , t ,
should have those affected with the
disease at I. amy quarantined.
Hon. J. D. Sena, secretary of the Horti
cultural society, sent out 30 copies of
the premium list tor the coming fair, and
will complete the distribution of the lists
rw rapidly as possible.
In the district court of Santa Ke
oouuty. Judge McKle grantel a decree of
absolute divorce to the plaintiff lu the
case of Minute Flaherty ?. Frank Fla
hettr, end gave the custody of the minor
children tn the mother. A. B II iibnn,
attorney for pUintlff.
Tha oldMt house In Ambries Is going
to decay. For 3) years this house has
bfen kept In repair, but evidently trie
city Is degenerating, as no one appears
to take as mu 'h lutrest in It to day as
was takfn UK) yeur ago. This Is the at
ttsctia of this city, ths oldest and
most historic In it, and It Is an Icono
clsetie crime to allow it to tnmble down.
Usury KnsUin, who is In the city from
Abiqniu, reports that on Monday even
ing Santa ('nil and vicinity was vl-dtd
by tiie most terrific storm ever known in
that part of the country. Lightning
played in a continuous sheet and the
rain fell In torrents, washing out the
roads, ditches and Hooding all the lower
levels. Fortunately no losses of life
have been reported as resulting from the
NOI Oil KO.
From the Advertlaer.
The cattlemen report the grass on the
ranges very One and growing rapidly.
A number of prospectors are now In
the Magdaleua mountains, seeking golden
The business men of Albuqnerqne have
been liberal In subscribing to the fund
for the territorial fair this year, and
every effort will be made to make It a
A severe hall storm visited this section
Monday afternoon. doing-much damnge
to all kinds of crops. Gardens and vine
yards In the track of the storm were
F. K. Pratt, a prominent citizen of
Magdalcna, and Miss Calhoun, a most
estimable young lady of the same place,
were married at Magdaleua and are now
on their wedding trip.
C.N. Rlackweil, a former resident of
tills city, but of lute years cashier of the
Raton national bank, was in the city Hat
nrday and Sunday, after visiting Kelly
on an Inspection of his mining properties.
A. D. Coon started up his still this week
on a test run, and this year he expects to
work all his apples Into a good article of
brandy. He has purchased the best ma
chinery obtainable for the capacity and
the Industry promises well.
The territorial papers are getting things
slightly mixed when they name a Socorro
county deputy as one of the ollh-ers killed
by the Helen train robbers. Socorro
county ofllcers are too swift to be over
taken by an ordinary Winchester bullet.
even If they allowed themselves within
Krom the Chief.
Judge A. Blacker, of Kl Paso, has
located a homestead In Cox cauyon near
the R. H. Pierce farm.
The Postal Telegraph Cable company
has leased the wires of the Kl Paso A
Northeastern, and will hereafter operate
the wires of that line.
The new engines of the mountaiu road
are expected here about the 1Mb. Two
of the engines are built on the hogback
type and will be used for climbing the
division Superintendent F. D. Norton,
of the seventh division of the Culled
States mall service, was here last Mon
day. Mr. Norton stated that Alamo
Oordo will soon be used as a distributing
point tor all postolllces In this section.
K. K. Norton, formerly agent for the
company at the front, has returned to his
old position after a few weeks' work In
Kl Paso. Mr. Norton has the wire strung
to La Luz, and the Qrst telegraph otllce
In that old pueblo was opened for busl
uess on Tuesday, August 2.
The many friends of Kurt Pierce will
be pained to learn that owing to the
severe wound received lu the baud from
au accidental discharge of a shotgun It
has been necessary to amputate his arm
from below the elbow. The amputation
was successfully performed at Kl Paso,
and Karl Is now rapidly on the road to
recovery. His father, R. li. Pierce, Is In
Kl Paso with him, aud will remain there
for two or three weeks yet.
Unqualified Success of Lydla B.
Plnkbam'e Votfotable Compound.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wiikkixkk, Magno
Ha, Iowa, in the following letter da
scribes her recovery from a very criti
" Dkab Mits. Pinkham: I have been
taking your Vegvtuble Compound, and
tu now ready to sound
Its praises. It
has done won
dera for me in
of a tumor.
" My health
has been poor
for three years.
Changs of Ufa
upon ma, 1
and was a bur
den to myself.
'Was troubled with
smothering ejitllB, also palpitation of
ths heart and tlia bearing-down reel
ing, and could not be on my foct much.
"I was growing worso all tho time,
until I took your medicine.
'After taking three boxes of Lydla
E. Pinkhain'a Vegetable Compound
Lozenges, ths tumor paabed from me.
"My health has been better ever
since, can now walk quits a distance
and am troubled no mors with palpita
tion of ths heart or bloating. I rco
ommend your medicine to all sufferers
from female troubles. "
It la hardly reasonable to suppose
that any one can doubt ths cflicleney
of Mrs, Plnkham's method and rnedl
cins in ths facs of ths tremendous vol
Urns of testimony.
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ale lour loiHt'U
t i ;i' I. tftli . r i' i .
K ' (.' (,' I In.,
The San Francisco Kxaminer of last
Sunday contained a whole page devoted
to the late Captain O'Neill. A portrait
of his widow, Mrs. Pauline O'Neill, to
gether with a beautiful tribute from her
to her dead husband, was the conspicu
ous feature of this special page of the
William A. Curtis says of Miss Acker
man: "There have been women travelers
before, but I know of none who have
made so extended aud systematic a Jour
ney or brought back so valuable or luter-
ftlng a fund of information." It will
pay ail to hear her.
Cool and comfortable dining cars on
Banta Ke route are obtained by use uf
H El KrtSaWOftRIS,
Past l ,r, f ,Mt Married tB
Sunday tnnrplpg at lu o'clork at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs
J. M. Morris, 3"i Hroadwsy, occurred the
mamsge of Miss Nellie Morris to Paul D.
Meyeis, of Alhuiguerq'ie, New Mexico.
Ths ceremony was rerformed bv Her.
Taylor lu the presence of only the most j
Intimate friends and relatives.
Promptly at the hour mentioned the
happy conple, the bride elegantly cos
tumed and the groom In conven lnnsl
black, marched In the parlors to the
mtile of the wedding march, executed by
Miss Palsy M.irris. He v. Taylor then
spoke the words thtt united them for
weal or woe, the ceremony being In ac
cord with the ritual of the Methodist
Kpleeopal church. At 11:14 the happy
Ciupl" departed on the limited for Chi
cago aud the lakes, to be gone about ten
days. They will return to Lincoln before
going to their new home In New Mexico,
The bride Is a handsome young lady,
v-ry popular among a large circle of
friends and acijualutances, who will re
gret her departure from Lincoln, but will
extern! het withe to her lu her new
home. Alhuuutitque will find In her a
lady to be admired, oue that will add
beauty and grace to social gatherings in
the weetern t ity and le a model of loveli
ness In any home.
The groom Is not unknown to Lincoln,
having resided here for alsmt a year, be
ing In charge of the Mutual telephone
tines. He we t to Albuquerque about a
year ago, where he has a lucrative posi
tion. He Is a young man of promise and
will be heard from In the future.
To the young couple Lincoln extend
best wishes for a life full of success and
pleasure. Lincoln, III., Dally News.
Iloala Hi Klomllaa.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysvllle, Texas,
has found a more valuable discovery thau
has yet been made in the Klondike. For
years he eulTi red untold sirony from con
sumption, accompanied by hemorrhages;
and was absolutely cured by I'r. Kings
ew niscovery tor tonsumption, t ouiilis
and Colds. He declares that gold Is of
little value In comparison with this
marvelous cure; would have it, even if It
cost UK) a bottle. Asthma, bronchitis
and all throat and lung affections are
positively cured by Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Trial bottles
free at J. II. O'Reilly A Co's drug store.
Regular slr.e 60 cents and $1. duaran-
teeil to cure or price refunded.
Camp Matlns a Taoa.
Taos, N. M, Aug. It. We have Just
cloeed an Interesting ramp meeting at
Taos. Ths preachers of the Santa Fe
district were all present except Kev.Crut
Martinet at Dulce eight In all, with
a few local preachers, exhnrters and
Sunday-school workers. We call this a
camp meetlug, but owing to rains It wue
held In the Methodist church at Taos.
The church was well filled at almost
every meeting. Some fourteen of our
Mexican people united with the church.
Kev. J. 8. Martinet, of Albuquerque, was
with us and did us good service; also
Juan C. Chavet, one of our school boy
from Albuquerque, now supplying our
work at Conejos, was here on his bicycle,
and did ns good service. Kev. J. 8. San
cliex, late of Albnquerqne and now pre
siding elder of the Santa Fe district, Is
much at home with his preachers, and
they seem much pleased with him. Some
fourteen persons united with the church
as a result of the meetings.
Mr. Sanchet will cross the moun
tain to attend camp meeting with Rev.
Mr. Frampton In the Las Vegas district.
IICKOKS' HONKS COMING HOME.
VUtliua or ths Hantlaco CBrupalgo Will
llava Aniartrao lnlrinut.
New York, Aug. 12. A special to the
Herald from Washington says: Secretary
Alger has decided to have the bodies of
sil the men who died or were killed at
Santiago brought to this country. He
has cabled to Santiago giving orders to
that effect. This will be done as soon as
the heated term Is past. When the bodies
of the soldier arrive here they will lie
each turned over to relatives or Interred
In the national cemeteries.
Itedue! llatea to IttftlaBapotta.
For the meeting of the grand eucamp-
nient, Kuights of Pythias, tickets will be
sold on August 1H and to Indianapolis
and return for J4I.HU. They will have a
tlnul return limit of August 8 which
may be extended to September 10, l(i'.M
Tickets are good for continuous possage
only both ways.
W. B. Thi ll, Agent.
Snap Shuts With Oraphuphalie.
The (iraphophone I to the ear what
the photographic camera Is to the eye,
and more, for the (iraphophone catches
instantly and preserves every tint and
hade of Hound. A ruoet Interesting use
if a (iraphophone Is to muke records of
your friends voices to be preserved for
future use. You can catch the story of
trntir Jolly rrleU'l just ai lie told tt, nr the
favorite sonic of some loved one Just as
she sang It, and have It reproduced per
fectly at any time and as often as you
plwi-e. Hi'xMes the lirapbophoue affords
wonderful euteitaliiiuent in the way of
reproducing the music of bands, ori'hes
tras, or vocal or in-drmnenlal aoiuiMs.
No investment will return so much in
pleasure as the pureha-e of a lirapho
phone. It Is the perfect talking ma
I'hllie. Writs for Cital"KUe No -V. to
His Columbia 1'honngrupli Company, No.
7W -712 (l ive sin ct, Ht. L' i.:t, Mo.
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l.i V lo
I-!. i In .ii!-,
n liv Liking
1 1. 1 1 li.
ly , ir I.
All 1 1 rug-
giaU, awili. fm 1 1, ,n y'l-ii.iiilritl, ioc, i.c ,.V"c,
The preecott Join iiu! -Miner says:
"I, b ut Vrl'.it" Un In en upp inted bat
talion adjutant of the New Mexico bat
talion bt Whipple by Major Mi.l'liell."
Biggest sale that has ever ti ken place
at the hlpgent Htnre. Prices made that
yon never heard of. Only at the (iolden
Dry (ioode company,
II. Reeve Johnson, M I) , came In from
the west last night and registered at the
Highland from St. Johns, Arlzoua.
OyiL, atrl ak A A A A
W .xfE )
" 1 I IINIll. rIVIi n nn I J
Our ItiusTRATCD Pamphlet EnmicD"BAB!r:s".'.noui.o
DE Ifl EVERV HOUiE HOLD. itNT on Apklication.
Mlw YCOS CoNOtNitD Mil K CO SCw Vokm,
How no I Lens '
a woman this rptxti.in! How much
thought and attidy h rlcvctr to it' It la
eaturil, A irminn lntci lo think Irmt he
la BTnivinir d:iv hv dnv lc charming and
attmrtive and vnitthhil to tier nmhittura
eyes thun in Hie diy of csirt-hip.
A woman nur nln ivt rr-uin her chtrma
snd the viv.icitv and frrhnc of youth if
arte will I iVe the pmp-r cure of her health.
A tremrn.l mis prrrrntnire of ill health in
wontrn is due to wi .ilrnens anil di-wnr nf
the distinctly feminine oigotiMn tr.
Pierre a favorite Prescription is an ttnf.oi
Ins remedv for all dix.rd. r of this nature,
it all.iva nfl itnmvion, heals nictation
stops dehilit atinir drains and soothes anil
tones the nerves. It preserves in a woman
all the clurm of hiailliv vonth. Thou
sands of women have testified to Its mat
" favorite Prescription " la aold by all re
apectahle dealers in medicines. 1tt.il only
where you are honestly treated. Anv sture.
keeterwlio trir s to nive you a nulwtitute
for what you demand is not treating yott
hon'-stlv and you should lake ynttt trnde
Tor nine vesrs 1 hai-e s'ifT. re.1 with fatting
rtf Internal c!;ll,,' mill s Mi, M-irr W til i.ims.
of Ksleioh. Wake ( o . c ,,, , na
ImiiMed with tir-inn il.ovn pinns I had ln.ll-
festlon and f. ni lie wpi.sness and nen-..n.iies.
coot. I nH si-, p nt M.yltl I was constipated
and had lirtlinl tiott'.t.. The it. .-tor he,r said
that no Mie.ln oir w .nld r.-n, h mv dtene lr.
I'l-rces FtTonte Ptei--ipt ,. ,n. '(.nt.len Medi
cal lesi-overy ' and 'I'lia-unit 'I'dleta' have
An every day necessity in the home. A
faVMl home mediral tsoik Send 31 one
rent stamps, to cover m liltnir onlr to the
World's I it-jen-.irv M' d.f.il Association,
ItulTilo, N . for a paper covered copy of
lr. Picrre'a Common Sense Medical Ad
vibcr. Cloth binding 11 stamps.
AI.KS1S WANTHi HK
WAX W II II
MA I N '
InilnditlB hatllea on aa anil
land. 1 nntalna all alinit armiea, navt-s. lorta
aid B-arshlt-e of hoth nations, and Braphtc
tury ol the great vti tuty ol the gallant frey;
tells everything alMiut Smui-mii, Si hlev, HtB
hugh l-ee and leading commanders, hv Hun.
Jarnea Kankin Young, the Intrepid leader for
Cuba llhte In the finds of I ongre-a,, 1 he
Treateat war tusik puhltntied; Soy large pattest
oo-niprib lllustrntiona, many tn ru h colora.
II. IB larae colored map. Itlvuest book, high
est commlsatona, lowest pnee; only ft VS.
Kach auhscrther ri-ceivea grand Bl uremliim
ftee. Iteoiand enornimia; harvest for ageiila;
SO daya' credit; IreiKht paid; oiitltt free. vV'rlte
to-day. Aildre-is 1 lie National Hook Concern,
Ill. 1ft, BN0 I Karl -or ti alreet. Chli ago.
(I're-eniptlon Kntry No. V)oio.
ajotle for l-nlilleallon.
ljiml ( tllii e at Santa r e. N. M.I
Anutisi J. Inns. t
Notice la herehy given that ttie lollowlnv-
nameil aettler haa tiled notice of hla Intention
to make tioal proof in support ol hla claim, and
that said prisif will he made hetore the register
or reietver at Sinla ec, N. on Septemher
U. I mum, hi: William 1-ras.r, lot the l N
W-i, M"' SWl,.-r. lo. 1 aN.HUh,
I le natnea the lollov. ing Wlttic saes to provt
his 1 iititiiiiioiis resilience unon and culllvation
of said land. VI.: .Haltador ftachli lia.oi Chillh:
Kamou Mootoya. ol Allm. pier. pie; Manuel
1 iiiticrret, of t. hilili. anil Aiiaiistin liiirule. of
mu Antonio via A llm.pieripie.
mam kl. n . uiKNii, Kegister,
Copper and tin work. Whitney Co.
l'luiiiblng aud gas fitting. Whitney
Patrntrixe the Kconomist sate of wash
goods of all kinds.
New line of white Kmplre fans Just re
oeived at the KconomlHt.
Highest prices paid for pent' clothing
at Uart's, 117 Gold avenue.
Attend the special sale of shirt waists
at the Kconomist thla week.
Latest novelties In pompadour and aide
juuibs. Ruesuwald brothers.
Trunks and telescope valises cheaper
than the cheapest, r'utrelle'a.
We will furnish your house on the In
stallment plan. Whitney Co.
A oomplrte line of potted meats and
delicacies for luncheons and ploulcs, at
If yon want anything In the binding
or Job printing line, call at The CmrxN
The fresheet stock of staple and fancy
groceries are to be found at bell & Co.'s,
None but the best artists employed at
Halm's barber shop, N. T. Armijo build
ing, llaths 'iie.
New organdies, lawns, dimities, etc.,
in all the new effects, on sale this week,
ut the Kconomist.
Look Into Klein wort's market on north
Third street, lie has Uie nloeet fresh
meats la the cltv.
preen vegetutilee, fruits In season,
poultry and staple groceries, at Hell A
Co. s, becoud street.
Hot chile con carne served every night
at the Paradise. ik not miss It. Itadie-
Chl A (iloml, proprietors.
l-fwllist', Misses' and children's muslin
and Cambric underwear now on i-peclal
sale at iolden Rule 1'ry limuls Company
An experience of years enable J. L.
Hell A Co. to furnish Just what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited; free de
J. L. Bell ,1 Co, the gtoccrs, successors
to K. K. Trotter, are prepared to furnish
everything In their Hue at the lowest
Purchase your tickets for a trip to the
famous sulphur not springs rum V).
Trimble A Co.'s. They will give you all
Have money and buy from the stock of
drummers' samples at the KconomlHt -a
little of everything among the lot; one
third off regular prices.
Competition In prices Impossible.
Don't ask how we do It. You do the
picking at the biggest sture. (iolden
Rule lry (roods company.
The Huliiliur hot springs Is the Ideal
mountain resort within a day's ride of
this city. Call at W. L. Trimble A Co.
ou north Second street, for particulars,
A-.k our wn.pper customers how they
IIKH our gisels. lin y will tell you lltey
are all rixht and "a a fully cheap." They
are cheaper uow than ever. Roscnwald
Just received a luiye iwfiignmeut of
Que California (iri'.;.e brandy, iprmg 'lis!,
which we will sell lo si.ioon keepers ttt
f'i.2. per gallon. Original put-Huge. O.
HiK'becbl ,V 'I. Ul'uiil.
our muslin un li'rw.ur Is muiiufitc
tured by one of the b-ailinif mauiilac
turers in the country. Kull cut. well
sewed, and sold ou their merit, at ex
ceedingly low prices. Kieieuwalil HriX.
C. L. Hasbrouek, a druggist at Mendnn,
Mich., says all of the g.sal teMtluiouials
tliat liave been piiblh lietl by tile liiiinu
fat'turers of (Tiuiulierlitiii's Colic, ( ludera
and I'larrlnet lC'ltiely eoitl 1 be dupli
cated in Ibut toviu. r or sale by all drug
gists. Dealers lu Remington typewrilers, the
standard typewriters of the world. Can
kupply business ollics with experienced
stenographers to nil pcriiiarent and tem
porary posttlous, a', short uotioe. Hahu
HantnKe routnilinliig cars areeijulpped
with electric fans.
A A m (ff ( Vj
" -L t
wvriiab,iijiaa- 1 '1 1 ax i m
COrRT & RICH, Prop'g
(r,r( ( rtftOR(l TO O. nAPARACCO)
On Mountain Road Near the City
A m.reTi (IrKirhtfnl rrwrt. mi.fr all klnfU nf
clruili unci t ifxn nr nerved, l-'IprUy of shade
fur vimti.r. ttive up a trial.
H. H. Warkcntin
Albaqcerqne Bowling Parlors!
Cornel KirHt Bt, and Coppor At.
Thefina! no1tn Allcraln th lnnthwet.
Mcf pint r to ittcnd (hi rvcolntl.
is a loon att hpi
Tne Hew Chicago
18 one of the nicest report tn the
city, and Is supplied with the
beet and Qntvit iltiuora,
HEISCH 4 BETZLER, Proprietors.
Pidendld Lodging Rooms by the day,
week or mouth.
809 West Railroad Avenua.
Very Finest .Vines,
Liquors and Cigars
Tl. ti tl Ktreet and Tljerai iveaae.
Atlfiiitio Boor Hall!
8CUNKIPKR MI, rilOPs.
Cool Ktt Ueel oadranihti the Ansa Native
Wlna and tbe very beat of Urat.rlas
Liquor. (Jive ob a Ball.
ilBoan vb-tt-b Al aroriKiei
CiESGENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-B Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Office.
A. J. CRAWFORD, kgtal
New Telephone No. 164.
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrimble'i stables
A. E. WALKElt,
SecrMtrf Motoil Balldlnj Aisoclitlon.
" Bt J. I). HarMrlrlBB's l.aiiaitMir Tarsi
AU kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. . . .. ..
Steam Sausage Factory.
at A SONIC TEMVLK,
EM IL KLEIN W011T, Prop
CALL AT THB
J. A. SKIN N Eli,
Low Prk and Courlcoua Trcaiiacat.
KAHL A. KNVItKH,
OKNKY AT I.AW. Koom 10. Crom-
ell blia a, Allmquetai'ie, N. M.
V. K. HiHKIIt N,
IMIVL K.NUlNr KK-(l'KCIALTY-Irrla-s
thin and Water SuiJplv. KianOnatlotia and
Heorta. M aia. plana and eatllttatea. fjorrea-
tiuli'lenre Sillelteil. Koom Id, Armijo block,
Cor. Brd 8t. anil Hallroail avenue.
DtUI. HIHIKtr m ttlMMUP,
HOMthOPATIIlC HUVHICIANU AND
Hureeona OQtrB and itaililence over uoat.
tittles. llu Telethon- WW. New Tilei hoiia
lots. Mra. Marlon Klalino. U.U.. nftlr. hi, nr..
I lo 6 p. m. ktunk U. blaliop, M. D , oOJca
houra. w to 10 a. m., and 1 to S and 7 to p. sa.
I aas elevator at Vr tillney s.
JOHBt TAHVMKH, St. D4
PHYSICIAN A NO SUH(,H()N-)U)re It
Artriifo biitldliin. Corner of kallroad avenoi
and 1 lord rtreet. Iluura. W:0 to 11 a m i I
to S p. m. Special attentlou slvso to chronic
aun aiasaaea ol women.
at. I. JOHHHtlH,
AalCIJITKC T -Plant. apeclHcatlnns and ss.
tlmatea (oinlativd l(rr ali claaasa uf bnlld,
In and art hlteetmal work. ODlcal SOS Wast
KFICK and resldancs. No. 41S Wsat (rnld
ivhiiui. Telephina No. SB. O&lcs houra
tn w a. m l 1 :bo lo ao and 7 to p. m.
It H. Kaalerdar. Bt. It. 1. H. kaaterdav, at. D
w. u. uors, at. u.
( KK1CK HOI HS-Umll b m. and from
V I :BO to S;80 and from 7 to S p. m. Ofhcs
ana resmrm e. weal uoia arenas, Alba
tjnerue, N. Bl.
r.. J. Alter, l o. a.
KMIJtt Itl.OC'K, OHfOSITK I LKKI.D
iV Hi...' Olliie boura: a. m. to 13 HO
p. in.; 1 ;U0 p. in. to b p. in. Auto. lei. No.
aba. Appoliitinenta made by mall.
1IEKNAKI) a. KODKV,
rTOHNKY-AT-LAvr. Albngoenms, N
.1 Is. I'mmi.l Ili.nlU.n .iwi, Ii. .11 l.n.lnM
pertaining to tl,e tirolesslon. Will practice In
id ourtaor mr lertltory BliU Delore tbs LUIIBO
i.4tca laud (,fUee.
WII.I.IIH II. f.EK,
1 TTOHNhY AT l.A W. (mice, room 7.
N. T. Ariruo b'nl 1 1 r ar Will practice In
si! ttie court, ut tl.e temtnry.
JOIIN1K.M m riMDAL,
TTIJKNKYb AT LAW. Albnrjuerqtie, N.
ti M ( iilu e, ruoiua b and B, h u.t National
K. W. II, HUYA N
4 TTOKN hY AT LAW. Allmonercme, N
V al ol .. c, rir.t Naounal lui.k I ulIJUib
a It 4HK W. CLANCY,
TTOKN KY AT LAW. rooma 'J and S. N
1 . Ariinlu bLiiutlii. Alliliguerttue, N. M.
K. W. UUIMOR,
TTOKNKY AT LAW. Ottlc over Hot).
i ertai.ii tttiK'ery atore, Albuquerque. N. M
ONE FOR A DOSE.
Koran ptmpVa, 1BrMtr
Hatea lu OuiBiiaw
The roiinit trip, koo1 for thirty tluyg,
iveitH t'l.7i. The rouuii trip giaal to re
turn until November 15 coete $.V1. Kor
further parllculttre Inquire ut the tli'ket
otliee. W. H. ThI LL, Ageut.
You may limit the world over ami you
will not Uml another inelli'llie eiiml to
I'liBiiilierluln'H Colle, Cholera and lilar
rluet Keiijedy for Ixiwel eomplaiiite. It
It pleu-otiit, HBfe Binl lelluhle. Kor sale
Ly all tlruKK'ntrt-
No-T-twtc fur f ifty Cents,
' i iiit.- -1 ti ti hmt e.,re. makes weak
uieL ntruiitf. b.uod pare, tsv.ll Ail UruBu'isUI.
Crockery autl glttHttware. Wultuey Co,
B'li.mBmaMM, 'flfF tt,i- BUm.,L
A tuo'rn.wiit ,.f tha tiW, t4ih Uf ( SBi aBMrf
ff bx4.lt u Tli. ir iiithr irtpt) or ku. T cuB,
?'"f t"n, will nii. hbj'ii frr, or full Ixi tmf
Itei4br clrtajgiAu. on, goSAMHO CO-PbUsbVI.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
inthorlieil Capital ....tAOOMX) 0
Pald-np Capital, Surplus
andFroflfca 1 17()00.00
Tbe Bank of Commerce
ui 1 rcuai.ti lUR ir.ii a r raettaia uwrvi nn-waiivr
::citr Iwnta sa onsva M aTsBwatam Wmf SNasliisw
OasistssaaB sHak rystaaBlw Dsaklsa.
, 8. Otbbo, Prealdsnl I, C. HaXDBlDaa. Lombsr, W. C. LaoBAMO, Cap.UIIM
B. P. Bobostbb. Vles-Prssldsot. A. BtssaaBB. Ilssmana Bras., Wool.
. S.STBioBtBB. Caahlsr. A, Bt, B'.AoiwiLt, Oross, Blackwsll Co., Orrstat
U. I, KaaasoB-. Assistant Cashlas. W. A. MatwsLL, Wbolssals Dvnaatst.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka 4 SanU Fe Eilwa.
the ST. E.3L.3VCO
SAMPZX AJTD CLUB BOOSl
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
TJLTZJXrO JZ.VII3n.TSr lVIGrllT.
JOSEPH HARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO Waat Railroad At. Albaqvarvva.
aaSvlVI ILaJjl ZIOOAX.
JOHN W1CKSTROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquors and
NO. 114 WEST ItAILHOAU AVENUE
G. I-iElSTItY, JVI. D
Btndant of Dr. Phillip Rleord of Franco.
THIBTT-flll TBAB3' I'RACTICK, MK5 ONLY TBJIATBD.
A Cnrtt f TlArantv1 In MM Ondf-rtkin whan rnra la nrtaa-tlrahlai inrl ttnMl Kl .
Uonorrboea, aleet and strirtnrs aoeedlly enred with Dr. Hlrorri's Prenrh Kemedles. Ksceot
caaeaperrnaneuUr cored wlthlo TUKKK DAVH. NO CL'HkHS, 8ANUALWCKJU OIL DOI
. uw epninuuniiiitia, arminar loaaea, nisru srniaaiona, inaomnia, ditapondsncv ,
ra.llrallr enied. Klcord'a method prartlced In the World'a Hospital, Harla. keerncsi Over
to.ooo patients ancceastnll cured within ths laat nlns rears. Can relev to patients enrsd, kr
Kermlaalon, Investlsata. O (11 res 07 Hsvsnteenth street, near Champa. Uenvsr, Colo,
nellah, rrsnch, Kstman Pollsli, Knaslan and Hohemlan anoken. OoasBjaaalasi and Oaa
aalaatloa ria Cormponrleni s snllalted I sttlmlv ennflrlentlal
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Ms
R. P. HALL.. Proprlator
Iron and Braaa Oasliug-B i Ore, CoaJ and Lombsr Oara i Bhaftinf , FuUsys, Oraia Bars
Babbit Metal i Colamns and Iron Fronta for Bulltllnirai Kapalra oa
Mloinff and MU1 sUehinary a H paw laity.
FOUNDRY: HIDE RAILROAD TRACK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
GROSS' BLAGKWELL & CO.
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Goodt,
Kansas Gty Baking; Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware
Houses at Albuquerque, East Las Vfgai and
Ulorleta, New Mexico.
TOTI & GOEAJDI,
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND r.paiM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods. 1
Solo Agent for San Antonio Lime.
Now Telephone 47. 218, 216
Eaay lo Wear.
Bavsraal V illpa or Hack.
Hernia I No andaratrap
i Coaifort, I N.v.r aiovaa,
W. L-.TRIMBJLE & CO
Lively, Sale, Feed and Transfer Stables
Second St., Dctween Railroad and Copper Aves,
Horaaa and Malaa Beaght and Bzahaagai.
Aganta for Coiumbua Buagjr Companr.
Tha Boat Tnmonta la thi Citr.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY '
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Victors!
Buggies, Phaetons, Etc., for Sale. : s J
Address W. L. TlilMI'.LK k CO. Albnqnerqae, New Mexirti
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKEL & BOTHE. ProDS.
(Suorwdriori to frank at. Jouw.1
Finest fbisaies, Imported and Domestic Wines md Cegnm
Tbe Coolest and Hiraest Grade of Lifer Serrctl
Finest Billiard Hall la the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
Dpppi'tory tor He Atilntte A
rsiu sntl lit rVtr.itrXi,
CFFICFES 1ID D.FKtmS.
at. W. IrlXX K-VOl ....Vlrvpr--iiliwt-
1. A. KHrtN r.aiiile
TkSH MeKWH . B.aa4a)r,! f HtsJi'
I. A. 8 KANT,
S Jl r-w-.00.0.
In Albuqnerqne, H. I.
Gjars, Imported and Domestic,
AND 817 NORTH THIBD BT
Telophono 1(3. Alboqaerqno, I M.