THE EXCELLENCE OF SYEL? OF JIGS
Is tin not only to tlio originality and
simplicity of the enmbinntton, but also
to the care iinil skill wilh whli-h It ia
manufactured hy m lint tile prm-i-swa
known to the CAiiroHita Flo Nym-p
Co. only, and we ih to Impress npon
all thn Importance of piirihosintf the
true and original rvim-dy. Aa the
frontline Syrup of Ki(,'s la manufactured
by the Califohxia Km Sritiip Co.
only, a knnwloilirr) of that fact will
asslnt one In av.ilillnjr thn worthless
Imitation manufactured by other pur
ties. The hlfrh stamllnfr of the CaU
fornia Via Nrttt p Co. with the medi
cal profession, ami the satisfaction
which the irenuinc. Hyrupof Kijra lias
jrlren to millions of families, tniiUrs
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of Ita remedy. It la
far In advance of all other laxatives,
as It acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowela without Irritating or weaken
inu them, and It dors not (rrlpe nor
nauseate. In order to (ret Ita lienrflcial
effect, pleane remember the Dame of
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
a rtt.icinca, Cat
trnTii.i,r. a. nrw tohb. h. .
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rlanes. r unerals, lieaths. Church Services snd
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UUOUM Mil KHl.H 1,
tohiaon.Topeka & Santa Fa
... 1 :'J6 pm
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No, 1 California k arrets.,
No, 17 kuttess
No. Atlantic Kipreaa ...
No. a Lnrsl Klpresa
paoH tub aocTa
N'u. Loral ki press ,
No. ll-Meilco kipress....
Santa Fa Pacific.
rao thb wsst. Arrives
No. Atlantic Kipress tO:'.rpm
OOIN9 waT. Leaves
No. 1 Pacific kipress ailispm
Noj. 1 and , Pacific and Atlantic Kipress,
h tv Pullman palace drawtna room cara, tour.
Ii.t f'.reptna cars snd chslr cars between Chi
cago anil Cos Angeles and Han kran'.co.
Sim. 91 and 99. Meilco and l.orsl kipress,
kin-Pullman palace cars and cliair cars (rum
kl Paso to Kanaas 'tty
W. H. TKt'l.L, Joint A real.
SANTA FE ROUTE.
Atchison, Tope.a & Santa Fe By. Co
Santa Fa Pacific It. B. Co.
Condensed lima Tibia 46, Effective Hay 30, '98
WIS I BOUND
0 on p
6 DO p
10. 'JR p
6 H6 p
19 86 p
M il) a
7. 10 a
6 oa a
10. oo p
A ah Fork
11 66 a
9 40 a
7 .00 p
4 96 p
V 46 s
I lay lit tt
Pullman Palace and Tniiriat sleeping Cars
dally through between C hlcagn and California.
The tirand Canyon of tbe Colorado can be
reached only by this line.
iPre emptloo kutry No. 9H1U.J
JVottea for lablloatlon.
Lund Otlli e at Santa H e. N. M , I
Aiiiiim 9. I mm. (
Notice la hereby given that the following
nainril aettlcr haa lllcd notli e of his Intention
to ru.ike final proof 111 atim.ort of hla claim, and
that aaid proof will be made lefore the reu inter
or receiver at Smila Ke. N. M., on September
19. Ihwh, viz: William rr.mer, tor the SKV4 N
W1.. N K'a SW'a, aec. 16. '1 H N. K W K.
llettmueathe lollowmg wltueaaea to prove
hia t'outiuuoiia remilence upon and cultivation
01 a.iiu liliiu. vie. aaivaiiui 0411111 11a, 01 v 11 11111 .
Kainon Mnntova. of Albuquerque; Munuel
tuitierrea. of l I11I1I1, anil Auguatiu tiujule, of
San Antonio via Albmiieriiie.
M A N l.'kL k. OTKHt), Keglatet.
Snap Shuts Wltb a Oraphuphons.
The (iraphophorje Is to tbe ear what
the photographic camera U to the eye,
aud more, for the Oraphophoue catches
Instantly and prenerves every tint aud
shade of sound. A moet Interesting use
of a (iraphophone Is to make records of
your frieuds voices to be preserved for
future use. You can catch the story of
your jolly friend just at he told It, or the
favorite song of some loved one just as
she sang it, and have It reproduced per
fectly at auy time and as often as you
please. Besides the (iraphophone affords
wonderful entertainment lu the way of
reproducing the music of bands, orches
tras, or vocal or instrumental soloists.
No investment will return so much in
pleasure as the purchase of a tirapho
phone. It is the perfect talking ma
chine. Write for Catalogue No. 30, to
the Columbia Phonograph Company, No.
TM-m uuve street, bt. Louis, mo.
Ladles', Misses' aud children's muslin
and Cambric underwear now on sieclal
sale at Hold en Kule l'ry Uoods Compauy
Look Into Klelnwort's market on north
Third street. He has the nloest fresh
meats In the cltv.
None but the best artists employed at
Halm's barber shop, N. T. Armijo build
ing. Baths i'fl.
The freshest stock of staple aud fancy
groceries are to be found at Bell A Co.'s,
If yon want anything In the binding
or job priutlng Hue, call at Tun Citiikm
Krom the (.ileaner.
Jai. Iirli In much Improved ami will
ba able lo resiima work at an early day.
Mrs. Arthur llixlsr, of Albniiiercine, la
viiltliig for a little while, at the home of
Mrs. Cold I nir ton.
Homer Tucker, Arthur Maxwell and
Any (lipson returned from a trip to
Wlnslow to which point tliry wtut In
search of work.
Two new canes of smallpox at the xt
bonsa. Thsy ar of thoaa who wera
quarantined on account of exposure. No
new case in town or at the camps.
Mrs. Alex. Klsla n1 Miss OtMtffrte
Rnsaell ar anjoylnt a vacation at tha
coast, for which placa thay left early
last wesk. They will be absent for eey.
Mrs. Knctionhccker and aon. I)tila,
have returned from a two innnthri' vaca
tion at the const point. They bail a
moat eiijiiyahle time bat are glad to be
bark in old (ialltip again.
Lighting get Ore to the woodwork of the
gkyllght at the Crescent olllr during the
electrical storm the other day. The fluid
came In orer the telephone wire and Dred
thn woodwork, but fortunately it wax
noticed by Mr. Iliadon, who, with the aid
of a bucket of water, queuched it. It it
hail occurred In the night a disastrous
fire would doubtlees hare been the eon se
quence. Phillipa Kucan, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mr. Joeeph Kucan, of the Sun
shine mine, died on Wednesday laat of
typhoid fever and waa Interred from the
Church of the Sacred Heart on Thursday
afternoon, a large company of the friends
being present. Our sympathy Is with the
bereaved parents in thlr lose.
A number of Italians were out shooting
at Clnrksvllle Thursday, and in some
niinni r one of the men wan unfortunate
enough to shoot himself In the thigh and
a very bad wound was the result. He
wai) brought into town and all that waa
poHHlbie wan done for him. He la lying
comfortably at ble borne. It is a didn't
know It waa loaded rase.
Krom the Knterprlae.
Mr. am! Mrs. Orris Wee arrived from
Socorro. Mrs. lilce ie a sister of Hon. W.
K. Martin, of Socorro.
K. K. Mileted waa severely hurt In a
(utile on Uroadway, Saturday, Both
bones of the right leg were broken below
the knee, Hla many friend hope to aoon
soe him about agalu.
The board of school trustee, at Lone
Mountain, have secured the servlcee of
Misa Marlon Huff as teacher for that dis
trict. Mihs Hull taught the Lone Moun
tain school before aud proved her ef
tlclency as a teacher, to the satisfaction
of both parnntn and pupils.
Hon. David W. Melbury, of Chicago,
1'nlted States Indian depredation claims
ageut, arrived Saturday, from Socorro,
where he has been taking testimony in
the earn mentioned. In company with
Attorney U. P.Barnes be went to Mogol
lon, Tuesday, to take testimony In simi
lar cases In that section.
I'nder the law paeeed at the last ses
sion of the legislature requiring fire In
surance agents to pay 2 per cent of the
gross premium received In any town for
the benefit of the local Ore department,
Mrs 0. 8. Warren reports Silver City,
$lt3.31;Pluos Altos, fll.Tsi; Mogollon,
f W 4il; Lordshnrg. I4.5h; Win. K. Lor
em, bllver City, flta.un.
Krom tbe New Mexican,
The native people are taking wagon
loads of Santa Ke fruit to outside points
The local doctors are doing a land office
business vaccinating these days.
The daily fruit shipments from Santa
Ke continue to be large In reepouso to an
active demand from the outside.
Margarita Klvera, widow of Jose Ore
gorlo Rivera, of this city, has been
granted a widow's pension of (4 per
Hon. W. II. Ballache, formerly receiver
of public moneys at Hauls Ke, Is now em
ployed by the government lu California
as Chinese luspestor.
8. M. Kolsom, formerly engaged In the
banking business at Albuquerque aud
now operating In Aritona real estate,
reached the Claire hotel from the south
A suit has been Died In the dlst'ict
court for Taos county, by the Territory of
New Mexico against the Denver & Klo
Grande railroad company to recover the
sum of $1,1114,70 delinquent taxes. C. A.
Spless for the plaintiff.
The downpour Friday afternoon was
one of the heaviest In the modern history
of Santa Ke. For the Urst time in live
years the volume of water was sufficient
to flow over the top of the College street
brldgrt. The storm appears to have been
The public library aud reading room,
maintained In this city by the progress
Ive and public spirited Woman's Board of
Trade, is one of the most excellent In
stltutlous In the city of Sauta Ke and
should be cordially aud substantially
aided by all good citizens. Contributions
of readable books aud magazines will
answer is well as money.
Miss Crane, the governor's private sec
retury, Is busily engaged on the auuual
report of the governor to the secretary of
the Interior. Governor Otero's report last
year attracted wide-spread attention by
reason of Its comprehensiveness, but the
one now In preparation will be more
elaborate lu every particular, aud will
cover all parts of the territory aud its
varied Interests lu a very thorough man
Krutn the Advcrtiacr.
Bocorro has so far been kept free from
Mrs. J. M. Itobluson has sold her stock
of stationery, together with the good will,
to A. K. Katzeustein.
The wonderful revival of mining In the
Magdalena mountains, aud the establish
ment of a new camp at Timber Peak, is
putting new life Into business lu this
Tbe young people gave a dance last
Thursday evening lu honor of Mrs. Frunk
and Miss Strauss, visiting in the city.
The attendance was large and all had a
most enjoyable time.
An Important business change took
place lu this city when John (ireeuwalil,
proprietor of the (ioldeu Crown flour
mill, msrged ths plant Into ft stock rom
pariy, with A. Cotteay and II. M. Dough
erty as the heaviest holders of stock.
The object was to Increase the capital
available for btHne purposes, so that
the rapidly increasing builnesa could be
properly csred for. The new oompany Is
known as the Crown Milling Company,
and the business, as heretofore, will be
under the management of Mr. Green
aal 1. The new Unit Is a strong one, and
Will be siiccoseful.
The prospect rcntimies good for a
greatly It. creased attendance at tbe
School pf Mines this year. The people of
Hoorro are manifesting a lively Interest
In the welfare of the Institution and that
fact alone assures Its success.
C. T. Brown and Julius M. Price have
formed copartnership for the purpo. e
of carrying on a general merchandising
business In the promising new town ol
From San Juan County Index
District court will convene lu San Juan
county not later than the loth of Sep
tember. There are mora buildings going op and
In contemplation In Aztec now than ever
before In Its history.
The people of Karmlngton have again
taken steps to hold a fair this fall, typi
fying and Illustrating the products of
this great county.
CbAlrey Condlt, who has been visiting
bis brother. Dr. K. (1. Condlt, for the past
month, left for bis home in Denver.
An agitation In favor of brass band
has been In evidence In Ailec for som
little time. No reason why Aztec
shouldn't have a band. Plenty of talent,
plenty of time and plenty of money here
to organize one.
K. M. Gibson and Mis Margaret I. Lee
were united In marriage In Aztec by K.
G. Berry, justloe of the peace. The bride
Is the daughter of James Lee, of Bloom
Arid, and has been a resident of the coun
ty tor some time. The groom waa for
merly the publisher of this paper, and Is
well known throughout the county.
From the Argus.
John Winslow writes to Kddy for a
copy of the by laws of ths fire depart
ment. He Is erganizinga Are brigade In
Pino Altos, and desiring to have every
thing very correct, gets bis pattern from
Kddy. He knows it Is all right, for he
helped to make It so when he was resi
dent. Water la now flowing through the en
tire length of the canal, having reached
the Black river district last Wednesday
night. The ditch riders were Instructed
to deliver water to farmers, beginning
Thursday morning. W. M. Reed came
down from Roswell and Is now In full
charge of the water service of the Irriga
John 0 Irani, machinist at the sugar
factory, was Injured Friday afternoon by
being struck on the head by piece of
flying steel. He waa at work pounding
ont a bar on an anvil when a small piece
of steel became detached and struck htm
In the temple, severing the temple artery.
While not a dangerous wonnd. he was
quite weak from the loss of blood before
medical aid reached him. Dr. Wright
dreseed the wound and Mr. Oirard Is get
ting along uicely.
From the Headlight.
It Is understood that the difficulties be
tween the owners of ths Teel aud Poe
mining properties at Cook's Peak have at
last been amicable adjusted, and that
everything will soon be cleared up and
The question Is again being agitated
of trying to do something with our ceme
tery to get It Into presentable shape.
Just what is best to do in the case seems
at tliis time to be an unanswerable ques
tion The price of cattle still keeps up
though there are few large sale, as the
war has tied up money so that buyers
who are borrowers flr.d it impossible to
get the money they need In their busi
ness. Jiblje Field ban completed an ad.lltton
t ) the residence on Silver avenue occu
pied by Walter H. Guluey. The Improve
ment was made during the absence of
the occupants in the east aud was quite
an agreeable surprise.
The officers of ths Ladles' Hospital bf
Demlng In pursuant to a call from the
president met In the directors room of
the bank of Demtng at 4:30 p. in., Aug
ust lrt. and discussed the situation. Com
mittees were appointed to draft suitable
by-laws aud upon ways and means and
ths organization was generally Perfected
Lou 11. lir .wu, of the Deming bank, was
Krom the Chieftain.
Mrs. C. K. Harrison departed this week
for a visit to her parents lu Kansas.
Montague Stevens, formerly of tbe 8.
I', cattle company, now has between
twenty aud thirty thousand head of shefp
on the old 8. U. ranges.
At the competitive examination, last
Monday, Leo Wattelet was chosen as the
cadet for Socorro county to the military
institute at Roswell, aud Max Montoya
and Charley Gardner as alternates.
Prof. Fayette A. Jones, the new director
of the New Mexico Bchool of Mines, Is
rapidly becoming acquainted with the
people in and about Socorro, aud Is much
pleased with his new Held of labor.
Mrs. K. Frank, formerly Miss Murcelle
Strauss, of this city, accompanied by
Miss Vlolette Strauss, catue down from
their home at Albuquerque last wei k on
a visit to relatives aud friends iu Socorro
and other places In the county.
Mrs. Henrietta Bllllugs, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, arrived lu the city last Tuewluy
morning aud proceeded on by the next
train to Kelly to look after her exten
sive mining Interests there. She Is the
owuer of the famous old Kelly mine and
other valuable mining properties In that
camp. Slie Is accompanied by Judge W.
S. Little, her attorney from Cincinnati.
doesn't sell Schilling's Best tea, tell us his name,
what kind you want (Japan, English Breakfast,
Oolong, Ceylon, or Blend), and what size pack
age you want. We'll see that you get it
Don't send us any money. We don't sell at
a Frandsc a A. Schilling & Company
"iLPTlr' fe aa
ft'V Pjlff-f Idesth hns pus-JjV'.y.-vr
'I'd many a
U I V, I w.vman. The
. alchcaii-t n f
knld aestched in
vain for some
try snd medical
this sge to
ahow man the wsy to a long and healthy
Common sense teaches thst a man should
not over work or over worry; that he ahould
tske ample time fot bis meal, for rrating
snd for recreation ami xleep; that he ahotild
not neglect the little Ills of life. hecsue
they sre the nrrcut-ors of serious snd fatal
msl'adies. Ctiemi-trv hns enabled men to
make combinnieuia of drug that were im
possible in tbe dnva of tbe slchentits.
Medical science haa taught when, how anil
why these combination of tlruga should
Ik tied. Dr Pierce's t.oblen Medical Iiis
eovery is the mot valuable of sll health
restoring medicines, snd tbe moM effective.
Its fiMt work i upon the fountain head of
life the stomach A man w ho has a wrsk
and Impaired stomach and who does not
properly digrt hi food will soon find thst
his blood has become wesk snd impover
ished, slid that his whole body is improp
erly snd in-nfbcienllv nourished. Tins
medicine maker, the stomach stlong. facil
itates tbe flow of tligrttve juices, restores
the loM appetite, nmkea assimilation per
fect, invigorates the liver and purifies and
enriches the blood It is the giest blood
maker, flesh builder snd nerve tonic. It
mskrs men trong in body, active In mind
and cool in judgment
It does not make flabby fat, but solid,
tnuscttlsr fleh, nerve force snd vital en
etgy. All medicine dealers sell it
I. W Ionian. Vt . of Cnrhln WMtlev Co.,
Kv . write " A1-.nl tiro ami a nail veto airo
I was taken wllh -'-vere pains In the i het he
gan to j'it no IiI'-nI wa. tmttMeil with ntht.
wrat ami o h..rt wio.li il that I c.nld
haollv wlk hall a nuie Tue-I tr Pierce'a
I. ..len M'.licnl iiroen-v and have Inipruved
th in Mrriiulh and weight "
The medicine dealer who nrges some
gtihMitnte ia thinking of the laiger profit
be'U make and not of your best good.
KAL MTATft HAMUAIMS.
Stone honse, with four lots, on south
Second street, stables, chicken houses,
etc., only 12,(100.
Two lots on south Kdith street, only
Brick house of three rooms on north
Fourth street, only tl.nno.
For Sale Three lots and five room
house on the Highlands, good location,
shade treen, etc. Is desirable property
aud located on Silver avenue; l,u a
bargain K. H. Dunbar, 2i4 Gold avenue.
Fcr sale I anchea of all sizes and de
scriptions from one mile from postolllce
to live miles out, at low prices.
Some good business property on Rail
road avenue. Hold avenue and First
Good bonse on Marble avenue at a tow
For rent Five room honse and bath
room, near San Felipe hotel, for oue
If yon wish bargains In houses and
lots, call on K. II. Dpnhah,
a 24 Gold Avenue.
F'rom the News.
Mrs. J. II. Cope I and Is lying very sick
at her home In the west part of town.
Santa Fe workmen have been busy the
past ten day putting in train scales for
the use of the company at this place.
K.l. Y. Pbelan. one of Williams' ster
ling young business men, left for Ash
Fork, where he will put in a botcher
Miss Ray Hay ward will leave in tbe
near future for Loa Angeles, where she
111 attend a convent school during tho
next school year.
Mrs. Joseph Johnston has proven con
clusively that care and labor added to the
efforts of the soil will produce just as
beautiful flower gardeus In Williams as
elsewhere. He lawn ranks among the
prettiest in W illiams.
Homer Hogtie, who has served the rail
road company long and faithfully In
different capacities, was relieved as agent
at this place last week by W. A. Barn
well. Mr. llogue was offered the agency
at Ash Fork, but thought his long service
with the company entitled bliu to better
and refused the offer.
Thro Womon Relieved of Femal
Troubles) by Mrs. Plnltham.
From Mrs A. W. Smith, 09 Summer
St., Itiddcford, Me.t
" For several years I suffered with
various diwaaes peculiar to my sex.
Was troubled with a burning aauaation
across the small of my back, that all
gona feeling, waa despondent, f retfal
and diaoouragudj the least exertion
tired me. I tried several doctors but
received little benefit. At laet I de
cided to give your Lydla & I'lnkham's
Vegetable Compound a trial. The ef
fect of tbe first bottle waa maglcaL
Those symptoms of weakness that I
waa afllicUxl with, vauUhad like vapor
before the sun, I cannot Bak too
bighly of your valuable remedy. It la
truly a boon to woman.''
From Mrs. Melissa Pini.UPS, Lex
In g ton, Ind., to Mrs. Ilnkbaui:
"Ikifore I began taking your medicine
I hud Buffered for two years with that
tired fooling, headache, backache, no ap
petite, and a run-down condition of the
system. I eould Uot walk euroaa tbe
room. I have taken four bottlea of tbe
Vegetable Compound, one box of Liver
Pills and used one package of Sanative
W ash, and now feel like a uew woman,
and am able to do my work."
From Mrs. Moi.uk K. IJeuuil, Pow
ell Station, Tonn.:
"For three years I suffered with aucb a
weakness of the back, I eould not
perform xaf household duties. I also
bad falling of the womb, terrible bearing-down
pains and headache. I have
tuken two bottles of Lydm E. Pink
hum's Vegetable Compound and feel
tike a new woman. I recoinuieudyoer
medicinu to every woman I know."
An experience of years enable J. L.
lieil A to. to furnish just what their cus
tomers want Orders solicited; free de
Purchase your tickets for a trip to the
famous hiiltilitir hot springs from rt.L,
Trimble & Co.'s. lhey will give you all
Competition In prices impossible.
Don't oek bow we do It. You do the
nicking at the biggest store. Golden
Kule Dry Woods conipuuy.
Tbe Sulphur hot springs Is the Ideal
mountain reeort within a day's rids of
tills city. Call at W. L. Trimble A Co.'s,
on north Second street, fur particulars
mm COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-Bt Do
mestic Coal In use. Yard
opposite Freight Office
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 164.
Old Telephone No 25 ,
Leave ordenTrimble'i stable
V. R WALKKH,
Venn.') lotcil Building Issocliltoe.
Keel tt. RaMrMre'a t.nn,h-r Tart
All kinds of Fresh and ta
Meats. .. .. ..
Steam Sausage Fat tory.
MASON iC TEMPLE,
CALL AT THE
J. A. SKINNER,
Low Prks and Courteous Trsatbicat.
Gall at Headquarters-for
Lsattisr, Harness, Sadillss, PaiMlttrr,
Hrvlillrrr llanlwiirs. Cut Holss, Hilt
Nails, Damns. Chains, W hips. Collars,
Sweat I'mls, Castor (111, Axis Kraatw,
Boston Coafh Oil, I'nto NKRro, HikMt
Harrr-iter OIl.NpatsfnntOII, Urtl Oil.
HarnpM Oil, l.lnaewt Oil. Cant Us Hoap,
riarnsrw Hoap, Carrlairs HpotiRa
Chamois Skin, Horse Mmllcliim.
frloo tli Xiowaat.
HlKhsst MarkKt Price Paid for Hl.lss
Thos. F. Kolehor,
40a Railroad Av Albuqucrqua.
BILLING DROH., PauraiBToas.
vVe-Minp OakpT & Hpeciiilt j I
Ws Daalra Patronaf a, and w
Oaarantos Plrat-Claaa Baking-.
r!nrarh orders solicited and PromptlT rilled
JACOB KOKBEK & CO
Manufactorsr ol and Desist
Tha Boat KaaUra-Mada Tshlelw
Fine norse-Shoeinr Specialty.
Satisfaction Oaarantoad In A.11 Work
Rspalrinc Painting- and Trimming
Dons oa Hhort Nutlo. i I t i i i
Jbop, Corner Copper It. ud Pint !t.,
Hoc cat Goods
Buy or SelL
aon qoijD avu.
Alxmt tins month ago nir vlillil, wlilch
Is tlfttwn months olil, hail ail attack of
1!arrliua acroiupanlnil tir Ttunltlng. 1
Itavs it such rruiwllis as ars usually
Klvtm la sui'b easis, Imt as nollilnu gavs
rnllHi ws sent 104 a pliysit'lan, and it was
iimli'r tils ears for a week. At this time
the child had liwn sick for ahout ten
days, and was having atxmt twenty-litre
nneratlona of ths bowels every twelve
hours, aim we were con viiiml that unless
It soon ohtalued relief It would not live.
ChHnilierlaln's Colic, Cholera and Mar-
rhu-a Keineily was reroinuieuded, and I
decided to try It. I soon noticed a
change tor the better. My lis continued
use a complete cure was brought ahout,
and tt Is now perfectly healthy. C. I
Hoggs, Htumptown, tilliner county. West
Virginia. Kor sale by all druggists.
WANTED, rU .LK, HE.NT AN l LOST
Wanted Hoarders and roomers. Ap
ply at Mrs H. Fisher's, 308 n. Lead Ave.
1 ..!.,.. I,..,-.. I...... un.l ,.li..ln
n uin,-iiinnn um mr, uni urn. mm (fiiiPii
for sale at very reasonable price. O'JJ
vui., h.i . . .. . . . a . , .1 i. .... 1 1 1. r. . i n
wiiin, yuan mo iiraiiiuui, m .
only 60 cents a gallon at C. A. ti ramie's
iai.....,w I j ..... .( .. ..
uui ill luuwia.ji
A M ... auiuiHrnuiil f a im fnrnHtir.
only, at -Ho south Kirst street, cheap for
... Im,iuii...u,.i ur i i.,..i.uii..
uwii wi .iin.itiiiiiii,. . , . ruLinim.
, pain inmri anil riiKiiiir,
power, and 4 home power gear, with
.. 1. 1.. ...... . i i.. , ii... . .
BDU. II. .11.. u.t,.l..u J 1.,.
oiuri iiinriiiner y, ai tt i'artniu. A iuiese
John Newlamler, No. ti'l south Klrst
To Kent -4 ro .in howe and alfulfa. W.
To Kent Kuriilturs and household
goods. H . V. Futrelle.
Kor K.'iit Two nlfely furnlhlitnl
rtsniiH. ilBoiit( HroHilw ij.
Kor !)iit Large furniheil room. Ap
ply at Ml went Lead aveutitf.
Kor Kent A seven Mom cottage, fur
nished, Inquire at the Albright art par
lors. Kor Kent A fiirnUhed room on the
Highlands. Ailitrewi, XI, care of Tut:
Kor Kent Koniiis furnlhhed aud uu
furnlNhed, also light huute keeping. W.
Kor rent A twelve room tint, with
eight rooms furnished. Inquire at the
Albright art parlors.
To Cure t ulial IP'O hoi foreTrr.
TikKi'iin Ha u-i.lv I -it.rirtii- l"r or I.'-o
rii! i! tl. (all lo i-iir--. nrni'i'.i.u, r (unj ui-iui.y
Hla bast Hub I' Moss fall!
Kor furulture, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, eu:.
Hart's, 117 Hold aveuue. next to Wells
Kargo Kxpress olllne. Hee we before you
buy or sell.
C-lnrals our Ituwi-la Mllti I uararrta.
4 ";i r . y I "hi l.rirt I.-. iMif. riil.nllp.ilr.il f-iri-irr.
ilU.OC full, i1ruir;,ti.n (una uitiuci-
Cool aud eomfortHhle dining curs on
Santa Ks route are obtained by use of
Korty cents seven feet cloth shale with
fringe at Kutrelle's.
Stove repairs for auy stove made.
FAIR ASSOCIATION OF NEW MEXICO,
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
SEPT. 27 to OCT. 1, 1898.
HORSE RACING! BICYCLE RACING!
AND OTHER SPORTS
Greatly Reduced Rates on tho Railroads.
T. N. WILKEUSON, President.
A. J. CMAVF0U1), Secretary.
COIir.RT & RICO, Prop'i
(StTCl KSSORS TO a. SADASACCO)
On Mountain Road Near tha City
A most rlrHjrhtfnl resort, where alt kinds pf
(InliRN snil ciuara sre servetl. flcnty o( sLadt
lor vlaitor. 4iiv ua a trial.
H. H. Warkentin
Albuquerque Bowling P.ilors!
Cornei Klrst 8t. and Copper Ave.
Tha flue Bowllna Alleys In the ttontliwast.
Nlcs place to spend theavaQlng.
Toe New Chicago
18 one of tha nicest resorts In the
city, and Is supplied with the
best and Quest liquors,
BEISCH A BETZLER, Proprietors.
Splendid Lodglof Booms by ths day,
week or month.
809 Wast Railroad ATsnna.
Very Finest Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
Third Ntreet aid fljeraa Aveaae.
Atlantic Boor llall!
BCHNKIDKR LI I. PltOPs.
Cool Ka Beat oo Oiaaahti tha Boast Natlvs
Wins snd ths anr bsst of Brat-alaas
Llqooia.- (it's as s call,
aiiaoao ATaaoa. ALanocaaoca.
KARL A. ISIDKK,
iTTOKNKY-AT LAW. Konm 10, Crom-
fc wrll Ulis:a, Aluuv4UrS'10, IS. M.
V. K. HAKKOUN,
IHIVL KNUINKKK HPKCI ALTY Irrlsa.
lion ami WatrrHupplr. ItlamlnaUon. and
Keport.. M apa. plana and eatllnate.. Corre.'
ponilenrc Solu Itnl. koom IS. Armlio block,
Cor. Srcl at. and Railroad avenue.
LKS. BISHOP BISUUP,
HOMthCJPATHIC PHYMICIANH AND
Hurseon. (jftlce and residence nver poM
ofllce. Old Telephone W Near Tilrphone
1SS. Mrs. Marlon Hlahop. M.U., ofllc. Iiotirs,
lo t p. m. rrjnS U. hi. hop, M. I)., oOJc.
horirs, S to 10 a. m.. and 1 to and 1 lo I p. m.
Take elevator at Wbltner't.
JOIIM TASUHBU, M. I).,
PIIYM1CIAN AND SUUtiKON-OBlc. In
Armio bullrtina. Corner of kallroad avenne
and Third atreel. Hours. S SO to 11 a. m i 1
to S p. m. Hpeclal attenilon Blen to chronic
and dlsesse. of women.
M. U, OHSIHII,
VkClltTkCT-Plans. .peclflcailnni and e
llmalea fnmlahed for ail rlawHMof hn!id
r aud archlteclttrai mutk. Ofllc.l 10 Watt
KUCK and realdrnce. Nn, 411 Wsst Hi. Id
iranua. Telenhon. Nil SS. f jBic. hniua
S to in. i i mo to s .so and 7 to p. m,
Ki H. kaaterdar. M. O. I. S. kssterdar, H. D
w. . aura at.
"WHICH HOUkS-Untll s. m. and fro
J l:k0 lo HO and from 7 to a p.m. OBioa
and rsaldence, HiO Wet Uuld arauus. Alba,
qnergue, N. M.
k. j. Aia.r. u. d. a.
AKM1JO lll.lCK. OHPCMITK ILrKI.D
iV Uro.'. llllu. hourei a a. m. lo I'i SO
p. m.; 1 :B0 p. in. lo b p. m. Auto. Tel. No,
404. Appointments made by mall.
BKHMAHO a. HOOEY,
ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Albnunerqne, N.
M. Prompt attention given to all buatneM
pertaining to the proleMlon. Will practice In
all courta of the leiniory anil before VI i. United
Hlsle. land nttice.
WILLIAM l. LIB,
VTTOKNkY AT-LAW. tltHce. room 1.
N. T. Aruilio bull. ling. Will prattles lo
ail the courta of the territory.
ATTOkNhYS-AT LAW. Albnquerqne. N.
M. iitice, rooms 6 and M, ! Uat National
K. W. 1. HHVAM
TTUK NK Y-AT-LA W, Albnynerqoe, N.
M. 1)11. i !, en.t National Hank building
PHANH VV. CLANCY,
TTOKNhY-AT-LA W. rooms snd S, N.
i T. Arnillu building, Alhuutirruoe, N. II.
a. w, iioimin.
4 TTOKNKY AT-LA W. Ofllce over Knh
i V ertaon'a grocery attire, Albuquerque, N. M.
one ron a dose, nil I f
Itaranv. Plniplrfc Pratant WT II
Jura IIh.!.. !,..,,,! lri
i OKlfclllMlt 'l 111. Ik.
Drhwaltu. Tii'ir ottb
Via. ri. Will mail
M. AaiS bv dmaaiMs. I
oar .rip our airtn. loouo
I amiii. fr. ur lull lis, rua
blf draf iw, BA. kUkANkO CO. Pkua. fs.
Tlis hhIikhi ami fixtures, conslstlne; of
prsil tallies, ettt., with liivnne for gamb
ling: anil selling liquors, for sals. Kor
particulars rail on K. Valentlul. at the
t'iM'littt saloou, rorner 'llnril street anil
lil'ttUi) Is liluoil lVlp.
(li.ill lilxt.il im. ina a i-k.ni akin. No
l.i ailty w il limit It. (aAr.ilrti.talul.it.alJi.il--tir
ili.iu juur llui.l iiinl kr-i II cjt-aii, kty
ntiinni( up the luy Im-r ainl ilnviiiir all im
I'liiitira Iioiii tlm lioih'. Jli'iti to il.iy to
li.llllnll illnli'H, I.iiiIh, IiIiiIi Iii.h, lilai klieaila,
uixl that aw kly liilioua f'niiiili'Xioii by taking
( am anta,-beauty for ton tints. All il rug
(fiats, aatlnlai lion guaiuhUt il, luct 'iiv, 50c.
Ttt SsAUUaa'a Baa Ua aa4 ksJUag swaaa-.
No To iiii for 1 II. lent.
liuarioiliM .1 u. la.o Linat rnrn. tialo:a weak
tutu Lruu,f. u.wU ieir. (ax; 11. Ail uru.'Miai
anil iihs f aintierlaln's Colli), Cholera and
lilarrhoea Reined r for all pains of the
stomach anil all unnatural luoeelliws of
the bowels. It always cures.
TO BE HELD .A.T
ALnuqUEKQUF, N. M.
J08HUA 8. RAYN0LD3 President
M. W. KI,m;K.0Y Vics-lTeslilent
A. A. KKKN Cashier
KRANtt MlKKK Aaslstaiit-Cashler
A. A. GHA.NT.
The Bank of Commerce
DstALa lar voukiea uuiiisi aau uwoaa umii vukch'I.
allelts AsmuM aal Oglan a PapMlasis IMmrg aaSMs
Oaastkiasii with riavakaaia Bamhlag
m. a, Oraao, Prasldsnl ! C, BaLlraiDaa. Laeabsr, W. C. LaoaaaD, CauKallat
B. P, BoaosTaa, Vtoa-Prwldsot.
W. I, HTBiocLaa. Csahlar. A. M.
B. I. Baaasoa, AaalMant Casblar. W. A. Maiwaxu Wholaaals Dmgglet.
Depository for Atchison, Topt ka h Santa Fe Kallwa.
SAMPLE AHO CLUB ROOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
ISO Waat Railroad
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Best and Finest Liquor and
NO. 114 WEST HAILltOAD AVENUE
e. henry, m:. d
8tadnt of Dr. Phillip Rieord tt Frmnt:
THFHTY-flU YKARS rBAOTlOK. MKN OKLT THRATXO
A enrm vaaranteed In vry cum fint1irtak0n whn a enre la prctirtble and pOMlbl
(inofrhira, tflret uid lrlrtnr unfitly corvd with Dr. Ulrord'a Frrncb Remeltta. KcrDt
prrrnanrntly t :urrl wilhth 1UHKK DAYS. NO CUHKHH, SANDALWOOD OIL Dor
COKA1BA ntstftl H(ermtnrrhiMat. amlnal nlatit emlMltma. lnMranla, dMpondencf ,
radically cirrti. Ktcurd'a method prat-llced to Um Woild't tioapllaa, Part. Unf-ri.ct Of r
X),(M0 pathmta wnecimmtiillj cmrd within tb last nine feu. Caa refor to patlttnu cared, by
permlaalun. InTrattla-me. ()ftlt 907 Hvnlenth atrtMft, near (Uiampa, Denver, Coin.
Knallah, Krnrh, Uennan Pollah. Unwitin and Hnhvmlan annken. tuulaeUoai and Owe
aijrajaaHaifjM fraii rorreaponnenf.ft aoltcttedt atrlrilv oonndcntLal
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. HALL. Proprlatoi'
Iron and Brass Caatiusi Ora. Goal and Lumbar Cars I Bhafllng, Fnllaya, QraU Barf
Bab hit MaUl i Onlnmna anri Iron Fronts for BulliUnfii Repairs oa
Mialnc and MU1 Ma binary a Bpaelall .
FOUNDRY: '0E RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
GROSS' BLACKWELL & CO..
AND WOOL DEALERS.
Headquarters for Diamond G Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Goods.
Kansas City Baking Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware
llousrs at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas snt
(Horleta, w Mexico.
B.lalaa Vlo irsaaurs i
b.v.i.ll y lllinorHac
ll.mia I Koiuidsr.lra
Uk Coaafort. I kl.vsr aiov.
TBI IRQ 1
F . ia W .
TOTI Sc GrTtJLlDT
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND GRAIN ,,
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Goods.
Sola Afjanta for San Antonio Lima.
New Telephone W. H i, 216 AND 217 NOBTH THIBD 8T
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Dt pasitory for the Santa Fe
1'rtcitlr and the Atchison,
Topcka and Santa Fe iUil
OFFICERS ilD DIRECTORS:
AnthnrUett Capital $tOO,000
Paid-up Capital, Burplua
and ProflU $IT 1,000.00
in AMqDerp, H. H
A. isaaaaa, Bleemana Bros., Wool.
Bi.Acawau.. Uroea, Blackwall Co., Urneer
Ggara, Imported and Domestic,
210 Railroad Avenue.
latual Telephona 143. Albaqosrqaa, 1. 1.
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