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-a .-j r t v THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS I titi not only to thr nriirinallty and simplicity ff the romlintinn. Int alao to the care mid Mull with n-liirh It Is tnanufnoturiMl by wicntilif prtvpsst's knowDtothe California Km Nvnip Co. only, ami we wish to Imprpsa npmi 11 the Important- of iiriialiir the tnio and oriffinBl rcim-ily. An the ffniiine Syrup of Vg i manufactured by the CAl.irotm a Kin HrRi'P Co. only, a knmvlodpo of Hint fart will assist one in avoiding the wnrtltlrsa Imitations mnnnfiittiiretl by other par ties. The hlh standing of the Cam fornix Kio Svki'P Co. with the metll cat profriwltin, ami tlio sntisftirtlon which the pvnuinn Syrup of l'g has piven to millions of fainiliea, makes the name of the Com puny a (ruaranty of the excflli-nce of Its remedy. It la far In advance of all other laxative, as It acta on the kidneys, lirer and bowel a without Irritatlnir or weaken ing them, and it does not (rrle nor nanarate. In order to (ret Ita beneficial effects, please rememlier the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. A rHAXl'IM-A. rL t-oriavii.i.t. r. nrw Ten it, TIE D AILY CITIZEN. Ttrnl of SnbMSrlptton Pillr, by mall, one rev t SS no I'llly, br mall, sia month. a 00 I ulT. bv mail, three month 1 60 I Mily, by mall, one month &0 laily, by carrlrr. one month 76 W.-r ly, by mail, per vrar 9 00 The Daily Citiiin will be drIWrrrd In thr city at tlie low ratr of ill) crnta per wera, or fur 76 rent prr month, wtirn paid monthly. Thae rate are lea than thoae of any other daliy paper In the terrltttry. DVKKTISINfi HATK8 made known on iV application at the ofllce of publication. J-HK CITIZKN )ob ofllce la one of the brat I In the eoiithweat, and all fclnda of ob print Di la etecutrd with nratnraa and at low rat f.rlcTa. yilK BINPKKY, Jnat arlrlrd, la complete Mid well third to do any kind of binding-. T"K CITIZKN will be handled at the office Subscription will be collrctrd b Tn ton. or can be paid at the office. H. NOTICK la hrrehy lvrn that order len by employra upon Tmi Citiibn ill not b 'honored utile previously endorsed by the )rprlrtor. TMK CITIZKN I on ale at the follnwlni places In the city: H. K Nrwcomrr, Ilia Ksllmadavrnur; llawlry'a Newt lrpot. South .Hrcnnd atrrrti O. A. Mat.oo A '', No. Hon Hallroad avenue, and llarvvy'a hating lloue at thr depot. TDK KRKK LIST The free tlrrt of Tub CITIZKN rmbtacra Notlcr of lllrtha, lMar Witiir, h iinerHla, latha, Church Srrvlcra and Hntrrtalnmrnta whrrr no admtsslnn Ischsrard. ULUIlhS A Md'KKIlill l, Kdltoraand Publisher. ATTEnpTED MURDER. A Man la Search of Work Sbot by Bit Partner on Trail. On Thursday of last week, Frank Jarvis and another man, whose name oould not ha learned, left KlnftHtalT for Jerninn, on foot, in aearrh of work. JarvU It Is aald was out of money, while his partner wax poascHted of $27. On Sunday evening J unlit partner was found on a trull, by some, hheep herders, four mile from Chalendar, MifiVrlng; from three bullet woiinds. Us watt taken In charge by the fuWp nin and niediral aid was summoned, and denpite the fact that two of lha bullets are said to have plercd his luiiRx, he Is In a fair way to recover. Tim story he tells is that the point where he was found was reached by Jarvis and hlmtolf on Thursday evening That Jarvis had rliot hdu and then, after taking all his money, had left him there, thinking that he was dead. He re mained there without food, shelter or Witter, from Thurnday evening until found on Sunday, fully expecting to die. Coconino county ofllcers were notiQed, and an Investigation being made. It was discovered that Jarvis had been In Williams, leaving there on Friday after noon, presumably for Jerome. Deputy Jeff Davis went out there yesterday, and it dul not take blm long to locate his man. He was arrested and lodged In Jitil In 1'reeeott, and will be taken to Flagstaff on to-night's train. He sayn he arrived at Jerome on Hunday night. but has nothing to say about the at tempted killing of his partuer. Preecott Journal-Miner. Ktliirste Your lin.ri. t t'H.iari'lfc eri furrier C:in ly t'ntlmrtir, euro tuo.liV if C. C. C full. driiuuiHitf roluua hiod Cheap Kate U Cincinnati. For the meeting or the G. A. H. tickets will be sold on September 1 and 2 to Cincinnati and return for Hl.li. Tbey will lie good for return until Hepteiuber Li, which limit may be extend until O.'tober 2, WM. They will be for eon tiuuoua passage only In both directions Vt. H. 1HLLL. Siiao Shot With a Uraphophone, The (Iraphophone Is to the ear what the photographic camera Is to the eye, and more, for the Graphuphoue catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound. A most Interesting use of a (iraphoplione Is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved for future tine. You can catch the story of yuur jolly friend just an he told it, or the favorite song of some loved one just as she sang It. and have It reproduced per feet It at any time and as often as you pleaie. Beeides the (iraphophone affords wonderful entertainment in the way of reproducing the music or bands, orches tras, or vocal or instrumental soloists. No Investment will return so much lu pleasure as the purchase of a tirapho phone. It Is the perfect talking ma chine. Write for Catalogue No. Ho, to the Columbia Phonograph Company, No Olive street, Ut. Louis, Mo. l.wrtlioiiy Ssa o. in i ( an lv Cathartic, the moat won iim-iIiim! if im-oi ci v of the l.'r, i rai fleri-i UN I U d n fivahiili! to tlx- lasle, ad t"'Utly .iUv. lv ou kiili.ct a. lu i r unit Ih.wc!, UTIll i JcauMiii Ihe entire a at' in, dlHsl colda, cure hcu'ltichc, lever, hlthltllal coliftllatloQ and bhioiiMii'.M. l'leaat) buy unit try a box oi t (;. t:. to iiny; lu, , mi ,'enia. noma fc-uaxiulocd to cure by all druggist. Dealers In Kemington typewriters, the standard typewriters of the world. Can vupply business ofllcee with experienced ethnographer to fill permanent and tem porary positions, at short notice. Halm A Co. Call at "The Green Front" shoe store for children's and mlssee' sandals aud oxfords, black and tan, latest styles, 6 to 8. fco cents; 84 to 11. UO cents; US to 8, $1; ladles' ox ford -i, $1 TV. Chaplin, pro prietor. Fresh vegetables, fruits in season, poultry and staple groceries, at Bell X Co. 'a. Second street. ar ar. 7 i . r .- .m lERMTORlAL SUFR'OB COliRt. Oplalnna Hinded Down - Judgment of Lower Court Affirmed li two Cava. The territorial supreme ponrt met Fri day morning at 10 o'clock with all mem bers of the bench present. Opinions were hand! down In cases No. 11 ";tr and 7H4. t AK NO 7H. In rate No. T2 Frederick Beholle, plaintiff In error, rs. Maxlmlliano l'lno, defendant In error, error to th district Court of Bernalillo county, an opinion was handed down by Associate Justice Leiand, which was concurred In by Chief Justice Wills and Associate J nut lees Mc Fle, Crumpacker and I'arker, In which the Judgment of the lower court was af firmed, and the setoff prayed for allowed This case was somewhat peculiar in that the pWliil'fT, Sen lis, had Judgment In Valencia county agalnat the defend ant, I'inn; the defendant. Pino, had a Judgment against the plain tiff, Scholle, In Bernalillo county, and In the lower court the Judgment was in favor of the defendant, l'lno, hut as the plaintiff had prayed for no setoff In the Ifpr court, no setoff was allowed. On n appeal to the nupreme court a setoff was prayed for by the plaintiff and it was allowed, In addition to afllruiing the Judgment rendered by the Inferior court. The court. In rendering the opinion, pre pur l th following syllabus: 'Judgments In eros-sectlona may be setoff, the one against the other, whn the parties In Interest are the saute, on motion ad dressed to the court in which one or both of the actions Is pending. If, after both such J n Igments or claims are matured, one party asHigns his Judgment or claim, Hucti setoff will be allowed notwith standing such aeslgnment." N. B Field for the plaintiff; Warren, Fergusson & (lillett for the defendant. I'aMK NO. 735. In case No. 7:15, 1'rlce & Walker, plain tiff In error, vs. W. H. Weed et al., de fendants In error, error to the district court of Lincoln county, an opinion was handed down by Associate Justice Lei and which was concurred In by the other members of the lower court. In which the Judgment of the lower court was alUmicd with costs of suit. In the lower court a Judgment wm rendered In favor of W. II. Weed et al. for the recovery of a certain Minount of money. This action was In a-iNiiuipHlt, l'H-e.1 ou simple written C mtract, and the supreme court In ren dering the opinion, said: "Courts will not admit evidence on the trial of an ac tion hSNed ma written contract, the effect of which would be to vary its term from their plain intent and meaning. When such evidence is Inadvertently permitted to go to the Jury, It Is the duty of the court to withdraw such evi dence." J. . Hewitt for plaintiffs: J. K. Wharton for defendants. ClriK NO. 781. In case No. 7H4, Territory of New Mex ico appellee, vs. Beltran Williams, appel lant, appeal from Dona Ana county, an opinion was handed down by Associate Justice Leland, la which the other mem bers of the court, with the exception of Associate Justice McFle, who did not alt in the case, concurred. The judgment of the lower court waa reversed and the ease remanded tor new trial. This cause came to the superior court on an appeal from the district court of Dona Ana county, in which the appellant waa con victed for perjury, and the court In ren dering the opinion, said: "The evidence of oue wltnese alone, not corroborated by any other evidence, la suillctent to waf raut a conviction on a charge of perjury.' K. L, Bartlett for the appellee; 0. F. Bon ham for the appellant. Case No. 77, Territory of New Mexico, appellee, vs. Michael Wolfe, et el., appel lanto, appeal from Hocorro county, was argued and submitted. K. L. Bartlett for the appellee; K. V. Chaves and Francis Buchanan for the appellauts. ai noon Friday (lie court look a recess for several days. No more cases will be heard for the present, and the Judges will spend the time from day to day In decid ing cases which have beeu argued and in handing down opinions. An adjourned term of the court will be held later In the year. Hackles' Arnica Halve. The beet salve In the world for CuU, Bruises, bores, I leers. Halt Kheuni, Fever tSoree, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, uirns, and all tsktu Kruptlons, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by J. H. O'Kellly & t o., VmgglMUI. A Merchant's Idea. Kditora Cltiaen. Albuquerque, N. M.. Aug. 2D. While no doubt "Honesty la the beet policy,1 aud "Nothing la to be gained by denying the truth," 1 do not believe In the policy oi me morniug paper in devoting so conspicuous a space In its editorial column to the subject of smallpox. I think giving the true etate of affairs to public, say once or twice every week would be amply atifllclent. I hardly think that dishing np the subject of smallpox for breakfast every morning Is the proper thing at all as it keeps the thing constantly before the public. While It would undoubtedly be wrong to deny the existence of contagious dis eases, when they actually exist tn a towu and thereby endanger Innocent people, I hope the morning paper will try and be a tritle more conservative on this delicate subject and not endanger the business Interest of this city. AMkkchan r. Jl.-uuiy Is liluotl lieeu. (Iran I'I'Uj.l mean a clean fl.in. NV la-utlly without it. t award i,l and I atJial- tie 1 1. ail our I i m . 1 mid keep it lean, hy huiiiuk ui ine lay hut an. i iiinn, ,iu i pumua limn the I...-K. I kiii today tu -u .liuilea, li.,i!, l.lot, h.-, liln.-U.end and that aickly lalnaia complexion by lilklhK a ar.-ii, iii-amy tor n il i i-nlH. All iIium guts, aatiafaction guaranteed, loc, 25c,5ic. Teertiera' Kaaititnetlun. Having received several applications from teachers wishing to be examined for certitlcates to teach, I have decided to hold an examinational ll a. in., August r.i, at the court house. All persons in terested are advised to attend this ex amination as it will be the last this year. I request all County newspapers to copy tins announcement. B. F. Pkiika. Superintendent of Schools. Of l.o!l lutereat. ! rum New Mrin an, Aug tint 'it. Mrs. liOiiis llfeld and children, of Al buquerque, who spent the summer here, will leave for home at an early day. Mr. and Mrs. Weinman left yesterday for Albuquerque. Mrs. Weinman and bahy have been at the sanitarium all summer. Hon. T. 8. Hubbell, the elllclent and popular sheriff of Bernalillo county, Is in the city on business, making head quarters at the Palace hotel. James (iruti' feld was np from Mhn queri)iie on a visit to his wife and hhby, who are at the enntlarluni. They left for Alhi querqne this afternoon. Mis 0. M. Johnson, a rhstming yourg lady who has been at the sanitarium the pant few weeks, left for her hom In Al buquerque jesterdsy. Ilnrton Moore, K-q , bf Albnqti' rque, is In the city attending to bnHlness before the supreme court, lie makes the Claire his home while In the city. Mr. and Mrs. K. L Washburn and child, of Alhuqnerque, are guests at the I'alnce hotel. Mr. Washburn Is one of the leading men of the Duke city. Hon. Alejandro t-andoval, of the lead lug citizens of Alhuqnerque, is a Pants Fe visitor regintered at the Palace hotel. Mr. Randoval holds the Important rdice of collector of Bernalillo county. Meedame M 8. (Hero and 4. W. Har rison, of Albuquerque, who have been here for a Couple of weeks enjoying fanta Fe's niagnillcnt climate, left yes terday f' r their homes In Albuquerque. LLGAL MUDDLE. Arizona Leflslaturc Will Have to Co ravel Problem. The law in regard to the election or appointment of tax assessor is in muddle, enya the Tombstone Prospector. The act of the Nineteenth legMature pro vided for the election of an assessor by the people In counties of the firt and second class, and repealed all laws and parts of laws in cottfjict therewith, thereby taking away the board of super visors' power to appoint. It then pro vides that the act shall go Into rffect on 1st day of January, HW, so that no ac tion can be had under it nntll that time. It provides that the assessor shall be elected at general election so that he cannot be elected at a seclal election. The law will go Into effect on the 1st of January, and all former laws on the sub ject will be bull, and no authority tor an appointment. Fortunately the legislature will convene In timo to correct the blun der. The qnestlon has been submitted to the attorney general In an ofllceal way, and he la clearly of the opinion that no action can be taken nnder the law be fore the time fixed for it to take effect. An Knterprlaloa Drugg-laa, There are few men more wide awake and enterprising than J. II. O'Kielly A Co., who spare no pains to secure the beet of everything in their line for their many customers. I hey now have the valuable agency for Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. This is the wonderful remedy that ts producing such a furor all over the country by Its many startling cures. It absolutely cures Astnma, Hrouchllis, Hoarseness aud all affections of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Call at the above drug store and get a trial bottle free or a regular site for boc. and l.uo. Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. cocHiii nines. The Latest Information Absat Operation! In the Golden District. J. K. Wilson has liK-ated homestead In Medio Dia canyon and la at present developing mining claims belonging to him, George W. Huntxinger and Oliver Springer. Mining ts looking np Une In Peralta canyon. Among the properties working are the Aunt Betsy, Producer, Northland Harrison No. 2, Ivanhoe, Santa Maria, Santa Kosa and Murphy. W. J. Cartan, the mining man and ex pert who Is Interested with the Cochtti Gold mining company aud Individually In valuable gold mining property, was last heard from lu Denver, and is expect ed to arrive in Bland any day. Mauy of the mine owners and others here are In terested lu the coming of Mr. Cartan, for, beside being much liked, his arrival will mean the extension of much of the min ing development in this district. The Albemarle mill is running smoothly and highly satisfactory under full capa city, and the management intends to add several more leaching tanks at once, as the crushing facilities are exceeding the capacity of the tanks. This departure will bring the full capacity of the Une plant up to close on 20 tons lu every twenty four hours. The llrst bullion yet produced by the mill was shipped to Bos ton early this week, where it will be placed ou exhibition to the delight of the Hub city's stockholders iu the Cochiti Gold Mining company. The money In payment for the cele brated Albemarle group of mines was paid over by the Cochiti Gold Mining company last Saturday to the former owners. The apportionments were as fol lows: Henry Woods received s,:i;.a3 for his Interest; Thomas Lowthlau aud wife received 47,oiO for theirs; Charles II. Toll and wife f 12.500, and ltuse Leonard llo.iVWi.ift; making a total amount of tltXi.OU) fur the valuable property, which now belongs to the Cochiti Gold Mining company, on which more extensive woik Is being done than on any other single mine iu New Mexico. Bland Herald. Ilrwar al Olut mauls fort'stliarr thai Con tla Mercury, as mecury will surely destroy the sense of smell aud completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescrip tions from reputable physicians, as the dauiuge they will do is ten fold to the good you can potMlhly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. J. Cheney iV Co.. Toledo, O , contains no mercury, aud Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the systym. In buying Hull's Catarrh Cure be sure you gel the genu ine. It is taknu internally and Is made In Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Clumsy A Co. Testimonials free. ttfctold by Druggists, price ?uc per bottle. Mrs. J. 8. llortou aud children, who were ou a visit to southern California, returned home last Saturday night, being met at the depot by Mr. Horton, who remained here to pursue his labors at the local railway shops. Miss Laura Ashdown, after a pleaaant visit of a few days with Mrs. C. A. Hud son and Miss Kdlth Ken tier, returned to Cerrlllos last Saturday night. The lady expects to leave for Missouri in a few days. Attend our mid-suiumer closing out sale. Good seasonable goods sold at ridiculously low prices. Kosenwald Bros. A. L. Con rail, of Trinidad, the traveling auditor of the Santa Ke railway, has his name ou the Hotel Highland register. Look Into Klelnwort's market on north Third street. He has the nicest fresh meats tn the city. i'hiliiblng aud gas fittiug. Whitney Co. 'ihe f.iiMlo " 4CriooU trn. h al- nioMt rvrrv known branch of tttdy but Ihe onr- mint impoTlant branch i I J 1 J I or all lift! Mora I r'ir-i . if It r-tont tmu nn I J" 'V If he hit. m Intel. I V-ir 7"- Irctlikrs Ni-wton, ' -and t no n'allv an A'linirni v. rn mon. if hr hn a wrak anil puny body and not Ihe re ni'tct Idea of how to care fit ln In llh? A - hoy a h o ti I d be taiiffht from the atari that hia health la hi- mmt nrecioua endow ment. Without he.il'h. nil thr tnlrnt, nil the gt niua, and all the Ambition in the woild are wortlilrt".. A hoy ahi'iild be tnuslit Hint aticcf - in nnv walk of life, that happtnc, and lifr ilclf, are dependent tipn hia enre of hi- health. When a man fcela that he la loalne; hi health and vtBor. when hi rhrrka no long er glow, hi -tP t- no lonifer rla-.tic and Ihe apntklr of health la no longr- in his evra, he whould work lr. rrat more and ri iTt to Ihe Tielit remedy In rr-torr hia bodily vlffor. lr Ptercr'a C.olden Medical IiiacovrtT ia a natural medicine a acirnltf Ic medicine. It doea no violence to nature. It worka with and not atritnd nature. It promotes the natural procc---eanf accretion and ncrrtion. It imparts vitality and power to thr whole nvirm. It irivea plumpness and color to the cltrrks, sparkle to the eyrs, steadiness to the nerves, atrrnpth to the mn-cls and the animation of health to the whole body. It makes the appetite keen and hrartv It Is the frrrnt blood maker, flesh builder and nerve-Ionic nd rrstorative. Mi dicine dralrrs rll it and have absolutely nothing els "Jut as Rood. " " I was afflicted with nimptrs and tvlls and ninnln sotes on fai-r an. I nr. k ' WTUrs K-thrnl S Wrrt l-Mi.nf Si. -.is . . tllMW-tv Avr C..Iitjm. b.. Ohio 'll .ik Or 11. rrr t.ol.Vn Mh.'al Iliscovery and I'lrasanl IVIlrls.- and wasrurrd." Constipation is the commonest heirinntnjf and first cause of many s, tioiis diira-ra and it should ala ays lie tn-aled with lr Pierce' Pleasant PelW Is ued in connerlion with the " lliscr.very " t'lie.-.e ate tli-' nt.nt p'rle;l Batttral lanaltves and p rnianrntly cure. (Prv-vmption Kutry No. UOlw.) ftutlee for rittilloatlnn. laind Onli c at Santa Kr. N. M , AiiKUst S, Istis f Notice I hereby given that the fotlowin--named aettler baa filrd notice of hie Intention to make tins! proof In support of hia claim, and that Mid proof will lc madr larfore thr register or receiver at Santa re. N. af., on Seplemtier II, I hum, vli: William rraer. for the ShW N Wi, NM, SWi,. arc. I.'.. 1 a Nl. K u K. He name the following wltnetwe to prove his continuous rcsitlenre upon ami cultivation if aaid land, via: Salvador Hachlrlia.of Chilill; Kainon Montoya. of Alhuuucnpie; Manuel itutierrei. of t 'nihil, and Aitsuatin tiuiule, of Sau Antolllu via Alhuqiieripie. Mani kl K. Oram), Kramer. COI-ICITOK-s WAN I'hll - I.AKII'.S) UK srntlrilirli. for our coinolete seta of Juven ile llooks for the holtdaya. hai h set has four ks Kraded lor little ouea to srnwn.tlp folks. h book, charming, (lellulittul, catitivatlntf. r.ac 'ncea range fioln biM to S.Tei, Lniye booka, civ h overllowins with happy Illustrations. 1 renirnilous seller. N othing I ike them, hour months uolden harvest for enrrurtic workers. t'reihl given. ! reigtit paid, biggest t Hill nils slotia. t liilltt witti aamolee of all four book tree. Send twelve 'i-crnt stamps for paying part only of thr postage alonr. Ptop all trash and char f;l"0 month with our etilusur Juveniles. I III S A I ION AL Ml ) K II ).. tkKX, JUVKMl.K IlKPI., I II KM. I) A tiKNTrs WANTKI) KtiK WAK WITH ' SI A 1 N ' Incluiliiig battle on ra aud land. Contaluaall ahout arttile. navies, forta and warships of both nations, and graphic story of the great victory of the gallant fa-wry; tella everything alaiut hamon, Schley, hug. hugti l-ee and leailuig commanders, by lion. Janira Kankin oung, the intrepid leader for Cuba tlhre In the Italia of Congrraa. The Trratrst war book ptthllslirdi COO largr paars; oo auperb lllustraltona, many In ru b color. Haa large colored rrrai'. Uiggeat biMik, high est cottimlaslona, lowest price; only ei.Vb. Kach auliacrllier receive grand at premium free, llemand enormoua; harvest for agent: SO daya' credit; freight paid; outllt free. Write to-day. Adilres 1 tie National luMtk Concern, Dep t. 1 fl, arm l-earbom street. Chicago. To Clawaaa lha nystatin Kffectually yet gently, when costive or bilious, to permanently overcome habit ual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without Irritating or weakening them, to dispel hailaohes, colds or fevers, use Hyrup of Kigs, made by the California Fig Syrup Co. Nasv atwalco llortlenHaral Soelety. For this occasion tickets will be sold on September l), 7 and H to Santa Ke and return for $3.45 for the round trip, with tlnal limit of Beptemtstr 10. No stop over allowed. W. H. Tin LL, Agent. T fur Constipation forever. TlliC'i-. -lets I'arvlv t'u'.li irt.c pS'erffVa 'r it it :. tall tn cure. Uriiv.nsls r. fuu.l o.uih'V You'll Mis It. If you don't get next to some of those !5 cent shirts we are selling this week. They are new. nobby aud the biggest kind of a value. Simon Stern, the Railroad avenue clothier. Hlghaal Uaah PrlM Paid Kor furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing, trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc Hart's, 117 Gold avenue, next to Wells Kargo Kx press otllce. See me before yon buy or sell. tlj.i'1 latiai-ru Sail asil eni-ias tuur lant Ae), To quit t.ilsu-co eauy and forever truing ni tic. full of lifu. nerve and is'or. lak No-'l u Uao. the vuil-r worio r, thut Hulk,- wrau tie a nroiig All drLKgiata, toe or ll. Cureguaran-Un-H booklet and gaiuple freo. Addresa Sterling UeojeOi Co., Cbicago or Naw Vora An experience of years enable J. L. Bell & Co. to fur n lull just what their cus tomers want Orders solicited; free de livery. Competition in prices Impossible. Don't ask how we do It. You do the nicking at the biggest store. Golden Kule Dry Goods company. The Sulphur hot springs is the Ideal mountain resort within a day's ride of this city. Call at W. L. Trimble A t'o.'s. ou north Second street, for particulars. Ladles', Misses' and children's muslin aud Cambric underwear now on special sale at Golden Kule Dry Goods Company latest novelties in pompadour and side villi be. ltosenwald brother. Trunks and telescope valises cheaper than the cueupesl, r utrelle s. V V f V 1 'X w LJJ1U 07 Clay is put into " cher.p" baking powder to fill up the cm; alum to raise the dough. Alum is ba.l for the insides, but the manufac turer doesn't mean you any harm, he just wants to get rich. Saa riancico m sf. Schilling & Company fs' i egg 1 1'irtP- otl C0NDEHSED HlLK. 4 OUR IllUSTRATCD PAMl'rlttT ENTITLED "BABIES' SrlOUlO P Be in Eveuy House hold. sint on application. f HlW VOOrt CoNDCN'jfD MllH CO New Yowe. t MANHOOD RESTORED eVCFOKC M AFTER ari lk Brf .trfnartl.artia kim! rt-sitt . at 1 'im risvs.ii nt' it.-rt-1 4 mrm im rnt '1 Iw i " M-irtrn ( ti.i'niit- nlotT fst rn kr trv1' wf(k litis, r t'l'l t ih K. li ttM onl It'iowii rvniHtr lit runt (Vlinoul u trmn. tai ;lmont k,(t A Wfi;i n rnir"l-- jlren ''! th ny rt tnrMt 1 If i ,t.ifs d- ikj4 4i44 a liiu. VftlHn ! fur luu. bv oiikU iwaudltat wmmm alfi-ulaaf mud tt ; inwiltU. AlilrM DAVOI. MKIICINK i O , p, (, Hoi 07U. ttn Prant-lMii, t'tl. For Sale at Walton's Druz Store, C ESCENT GOAL YARD. GALLUP COAL Bett Do mestic Coal in tiv. Yard opposite rrefgnt uitu A, J, CRAWFORD, Agent. New Telephone No. I64m. Old Telephone No 25 LeaTC ordenTrimble'i ttahlcs A. E. WALKER, FIRE INSURANCE Sicrttiry I q toil Balldlnf Assoclilloft. at J. O. Wnlrtrtflaffs'i I nmlr 110 STREET MEAT MARKED All kinds of Fresh and S Meats. .', .. .-. Steam Sausage Kacfory. 3IA8GMC I EM VLE, TIUHD NTltEKl. KM 1 1, K LF.mroilT, Troi. CALL AT THh P OPLE'S STm. (lIKitll.ANO HI'ILDINd,) HKBH GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A.SKLNXEK. Low Price and Courttou Trtatbigol, "all at Headquarters for leather, liar noes, Kaddlee, Haddlery, Baddlerv Hardware, Cut Holes, Hhoe Nails, llaniee, Chains, V hips. Collars, Hweat l'a Is, Castor Oil, Axle Grew. Hoeton (Vwch (Ml, t'nto Neffro, Knddy Harvester Oil, NeaUfoot (III, I ard Oil, ilarnesa Oil, I. Indeed Oil, Castile rtoap, HarnesM Hoap, Carriasre Hiona:es Chamois Skin, Horse Medicines. Prloo tlao Iiowiat. Highest Market Prices Paid .'or Hides and Skins, WOOL COMMISSION. Thos. F. Keleher, 40 Railroad Ave, Albuqiurqu. PIONEER MKEKV! viaaT STaasT, BILLING I3RUH., Paoraiaroia VrKMinsj (!ikef! aSpwiftltyJ We Dsiatra Patronage, and w OoaranUa First-Cla Baking. rslsgrDhotdrs solicited and Promotlv Iliad Js(J0BK0KHEHAC0 MaoofaclDr of and Dulw Wagons, Carriages. Blackboards. The Bast Bastawa-lfada Vehlels Pine Borse-Shoetor a Specialty. Batlefacthia OoaranUaxl in All Work Repairing;, Painting' and Trimming Ixraa on Hhort INotioa. i i i i i t i 'hop, Corner Copper It, tnJ First SL, "-(aviaqea. K. V Me Beat Honest Good at Hon Price. SccMc Before You Ihe Favorite. Buy or SelL BOO OOIjTI AVT1. Th Heat Kauiadj far rius. Mr. .'oh n Mathias, a well-known stock dealer of 1'ulaskl, Ky, says: "After suf feriiiir (or over a week with Uux, and my pliyslclau having (ailed to relieve me, I was advised to try Chauilierlaiu'a Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Keniedy, and have the pleasure of statins that the halt of one bottle cured me. Kor sale by all druggists. We have need Chamherlalu's Cough Remedy In onr home (or many years aud lear cheerful testimony to Its value as a medicine which should be lu every fam ily. In coughs and colds we have found it to 1st etlicaclotis and in croup and whooping cough lu children we deem it IndlspeuHltile. 11. P. Kittkk, 4127 Kair rai ave , Bt. Louts, Mo. Kor sale by all druggists. The greatest care has been given this season to our shoe stock. Our (all stock U complete. The Hauan shoe is still in the lead, and this season's styles are bet ter than ever. Other makes also Id at tractive shapes. Prices always right. Simon Stern, the Kailroad aveuue cloth ier. Ask our wrapper customers how they like our goods. They will tell you they are all right and "awfully cheap." They are cheaper now than ever. Hoseuwald Bros. (GAILBORDE W4 Eagle Bra "CUPIOCNK Ttitt rt-t Viiicuttla ViUtiia-r,lljr. - ri In. ii til Iiim.us) k t-ui 'h vaoi inn, ill gun k j- rtirw tnu of H in r i.ua) r Jiv il lit t""-rliv nr,iti'. rn li l.l M hi. tn --4 ItiHiIHiUts (': III lliu . WK.K. 11.11 id 1- Ili.Ml.'l,!. Ncrv.-uai i-l.inif Hifniir, l iitltiiaiMi t Mrry, k iijunu Jrii, Vn.-(i-vls mi i j':tt'"ii. I I ti.iJ nil l'ie.-i i,y tM ,,r I, I.L H'f-vriiln M''" i it t.f diajt titri, iiu tt if iiolt iitkt .. Ir-av.t tt, hpffriittli rrlil- 4 ftl I lti horror I I in iUim f. I I PlltfUt: 'k4tvu4 iiM Ut ci. 04 k..iif uik) the tirli.ry orK ' A aui Luiuui lUaav, jifkl 1 wt-i.K ih L-ntia. THE 4 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. WILKKHSON, President, A. J. CRAAVFOltl), Secretary. -Salooms liADARACCO'S SUMMER GARDEN. COHLRT & RICE. Prop'i (nmnMimi TO O. SADABAl CO) On Mountain Road Near the Cltjr A miisl clHlghtlnl rrsort. wlirrp all kinds of illttilis snl ciksh. arr arrvrtt. t'lrnty oi Uade fiif visitors, t.ivc ua a trial. H. H. Warkontin FROl'RIKTOR JDnqnerque Bowling Parlors! Cor up Klrnt Ht. ami Copper Ave. Iheflnrrt Hnwtlnt Ailrrln ttif H(nthH. Nice pmcp tu penii Ilia TDtn. Ine Hew Chicago 13 one of th Dlomt rsmrtri In tl.a city, and la supplied with the best and Qniwt liquor. HEISCH ii milll Proprietors, Bplumtld Lotlfflng Booms bj the day, wwk or month. 809 Wtiat Railroad Avano. P. BADARAGGO... Very Finest .Vines, Liquors and Cigars Thlid Hlreet aad rijnras Areaae. Atlantic Boor llall! 8CHNKIDRR LI 1. 1110 Pa. Cool KK Bsm 00 oraoahtt th Bnial Native Wins and th vary bwt of Brt-las LlqDora. Utve a a wit. Raii boad Avaaoa, aLacooaaana, PROPKSSIONAL CARDS. KAKI. A. BRVUKH, ATTOHNKY-AT LAW. Koom 10. Crom well blm k. Albugucreua. N. M. P. IC HlHHIItlK, i ll VI. KNUINKKK StPHCIALTY Irrlsa ' lion ami Walrrtiuiiply. h aamlnatliina and KrIMirta. Ma.s. rlana and eatlmal.. Corrr IMinilrnrv Stiliittpd. KtMim IS, Armllu bluck. ,'ur. Srd Ml. aud Kailroad avrnue. uhh. HiKHui Humor, HOMthDr'ATlllC PH YHIC1 AN9 AND HuriMin Llftlr and rvatdrncr iirar ptaH oftlc. Old Tflrplion tu. Nrw Ttlrplion lit. Mr. Martoo Hlaliop, M . U ofllc Lonr, 1 to p. m. Vt.uk D. Hlaliop, M. D.,onJca himra, e to 10 a. m.. and 1 lo a aud 7 to I p. m. 1 sas elwator at Whltnrv . JOHN TASUHBU, M. U PMYHICIAN ANU HlIKIiKON-OWr In A Atniijo biilldltig. Cortivr of Kailroad avnne and 1 lnrd strm. Hours, W :8U to 1 1 a. m. 1 to a p. m. HpriaJ atteuuoa aivvu to cUroutc and dlsraara of womeu. U. U. iOHMHOSi tC'HITIit'T-r'lan, apeclrlcatlona and . tlmatr 'iirnlahs for alt clsaaratif bnlld, Inj and afcUltrctural work. UOlcai foe Wt a il.road avanu. BAHTBUIIAV A a A NT C Kit Af, rKKICK ami rs.M.nce. Nn. 411 Wpat (inld J ou. Tvlaphon Na IS. OOIl hour mii.iti.il :ao to a :ao ana 7 to p. rn. '. H. Hatrcdr. tt. D. l.H. ks.ta.dsv, M. D w. u. Hora, aa. lm S'lirWCK lli)UKl-t)nlll t a. rn. and from t 1 :80 to :(' and from 7 to S p. m. Ultlc no MDrncr, 4u wt uoia avanua, Alba gucrqua, N. M. UKNTIHT. K. J. Al(r, U. D. a. AKMIJO Ht.OC'K, OPPOSITK II.FKLD litoa'. Ollic. Loural a a. m. to 1S:80 p. nt.; 1 :H0 p. m. to b p. m. Amu. 11. ISu atlU. Appointtiirnu mad bf mall. HKKMAKU a. atUUBV, A TTOHNhY.AT-I.AW. Albnunernne. N. t M. Prompt attention alvrn to all baslneaa prnaintna to me proiraston. win praiiicetn all courts of tti trcrlturr and brlurat Ui United mate lana oruc. W I I.I.I AM D. LIS, TTOHNKY AT LAW. Oflice, rnnm 7, N. 1. Annuo bulMin. Will pratUc In ti in couiia ui iu ivrruorr . JOIINHTOM riNICAL, A TTOKNKYS AT LAW. Albnonrrone. N .1 M. Oflice, room 6 and a, tint National H oik DillMli.il. K. W. 1). I1HVAH TTOKNhY-AT-LAW, Albtmiirrgas, N i M. lllliie. hust National bank bulldlni t-HANH VV. I'LAMCY, TTOKNKY-AT LAW, room and S, N T. Annuo b.illtluin, AlbULtUfrgiie, N. M. C. H. UOItNtlN, IIOKNhV AT. LAW. IJfllre over Kob t mson's ariH'rry store, Albuquvruue. N, M Da.GUrjrJ'S .A ONEFORAOOSE. nil I (J Rsmosa rimfil.s, Prstsna I I tV Bi!i,m...i., r ,,,i, th, ii,i, llalaaW A m.iv.Mtisi.1 ..f th. tH.wsUsacu its, is s.iMUrff f"rbisitu. T.-r nsltbsrtrrips nnr.i.ksn. T"ca V'sm r". will mail unii. rr. ur full f.aa fuf ma ur imwiw. da. SUkANat BB. KUkANkO CO Ckila, f . Kur !. The salnou auil Uxturen, cotiHlritlfiK of pool taiilfH, rtc . with licmiiMi fur gaiub lliilfauil spIIIiik llijuorrt, fur sale. Kur larticulars rail oil V. ValKiitini, at the I'iK'liIti Halofiu, rurner Third strict and CojipHr avHiiiiH. The Khv. W. B. I'tiMtlHy, of titofkltrlilxs, Oa.. vvliils Httunillnir to his battum! tin- tlrM at KIIhuwwmI, thut Htute, was at- tMt'kml liy 1'liolnrii iiiurbiis. lis says: "Hy fliHiii'H I liaiiiiHiitul tu khI hulit of a hottlt of t tiaiiiliHrlaiu s( ulU', ( liolnra and l'tar rliiw Kfinwlv. ami I think tt was the means of saving my lift. It rulinved me at utifH. Kur sals by all druHinUi. io-T 11 lor flftv t rnla, ti uariiiili-. 'I . l.a.so titti it t ur.t. tnahtiH w nk tuuti .ilru!.-. u.ooa imjim. boc tl All Ulu-a lal Cool and t'uuifiirttble dlnina; curs ou Hants Ke route are obtained by use of electric funs. Kurty cents seven feet cluth shale with fringe at Kutrelle's. TERRITORIAL TO 13 JE IIE!IL,r) 7VT First National Bank, ALIUVl'EK(iUE, N. M. JOHHPA B. RAYN0LD9 President M. W. Kl.fu KNOY Vice-President A. A. KKKN Cashier KKANK WtKKK AsalsUnt-Caeliler A. A. UHAM. XV he Bank of Commerce OBALS ! VOBUi) aiCIAUSS IISUSsl UrsTti Ul!tl.'ll (Ualat AmsiiIi aa OBara Us.cuw.r Bk f saSO mautaal trtta mikiU kanskta: OiatakOTOBI) , B, Oraao, Pnaidanl I. C. HALDaioaa, Lambat. W. C. LaoaAao, Capiiailat M. P, BoaoaTaa, Vle PrMldnt. A. Kiijabb. llMmann Bro., Wool , t.grainai.BB. Caahlar. A. M. Ri aobwbix. (iron. Hlsckwll h Co.. Uriwev B. t. Kaaaaow, Aaalttant Caablat, W. A. MAXwaxL, WbolMale Droailat. Depository for Atchison, Topeka . Santa Fe Bailwa. the ST. SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOM1 Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc. K.E1VO nsvu.n.'sr lviaiiT. JOSEPH BARHETT. Proprietor. ISO Waat Railroad At. Albaqvarrv. aatWJVXX'l-alJ itoou. "The fietropole" JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop. The Best and Finest Liquors Served to NO. 114 WEST UAILUOAD AVENUE g. l-iJijN LiY", m. r. Student of Dr. Phillip Rioord of Frano TQIRTT SIX YRAilH PKACT1CH UHH ONLT TERATVD A cnr aaarantrod In ry cam undertaken whto a car It prnrttrbl and pOMlblc (ifinorrtioca. (Iff I and atrtctuia ti f prrmanrntiT fard wlthli n 1 C'lPAltiA OMd Hptmnatorrhora, aemlnal raUtlcalJjr currd. Klcorn racumq 0,Oi0 oat i all its aacceMtullr cured practiced In wlthtn the rnvrmlaalon. Inveatliiate. Ottlcea W rs1 l.t. Wm.,1. 1 D..li.. axaamlrM Vt ('urrtnnA nn eoltcttadt Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works Rs P. HALL. ProprUtotf Iroa aaJ Brass Casttiira 1 Or. Coal and Lumbar Oars 1 Bhafting, Pallsya. Grata Bart Babbtl Matal 1 Columns and Iron Froota for Boilillna-ai Espalrs oa Ulolof and Mill afacUnarr a Bpswlalt. FOUNDRY: 0E RAILROAD TRACK. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. GROSS- BLAGKWELL & G0. (INCORPORATED.) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND WOOL DEALERS. HeadquArters for DtAmond C Soap, Curtice Bros. Canned Good. Kansas Gty Bikinf Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stoneware IIoiisin at Albuquerque, East Las Vegas Ulorlcta, 'cw Mexico. AMERICAN SILVER LIGHT. COOL, Easy lo Wsar. Satala, Hq piasauta oa b.v.i.n y Hip, or back. Ilstiita I No unil.rslrsps. st'tb tuufutl. I N,vsr atov. L TRUSS. DKALKUH IN GROCERIES and LIQUORS FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS. HAY AND GRAIN. FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Imported French and Italian Goods. .. Sola Aganta for Saa Antonio Llmt. New TYlttihoLe 217. 218, 2U AND 217 SOUTH TH1KD bT H af4 J U. S. DEPOSITORY. DepiHitory for the SanU Fe Trtciflc and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Kail road Companies. OFFICERS MD DIRECTORS: Authorised Capital 900,000 Paid up Capital. Surplus and Profits flH.OOO.OO u x 00.000.00 . in Albaqaeique, N. M EJIjIVCO uiiuu x.oivtai. and Gfrara, Imported and Domestic, All Patrons. eoiiT ctiren wild ur. Kicoiri rtfnco nameaiM. m scent UKKK I) A VS. NO CLHKHH, HANl)ALWU(Jl) OIL nor loaaea, nlatht etnlMiona. Insomnia, dtpoDdencr , the World UuapUal, ParU. Ueferencvi Uvet 1 avail nine ve&ra. Can refer to Datlenta eared, t07 Heventeentb street, new Champa. Denver, Colo Uoaalan and Biihemlan anoken. C!aiilitim and Omm atiletl aonddentlal B. RUPPE, PRESCRIPTIONS! 216 naUro.id Avenue. I at ml Telephone 113. Ubaqaerqne, I. M.