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FBWDEfl Absolutely Pur TIIE DAILY CITIZEN HCUHK8 & afcCKKIOHT, PnnuaHlM Taos. Hdahu Kdltov W. T. llcCawwHT. Una. Mgr. and City Kd rtRMHBI DAILt AMD WIHU. AaanntatMt Press) AfUrnono TeleeAma, Official Paper ot Bernalillo County. lArgmt City and County Circulation The Ijarjpwt Nsw Meiloo Ctrenlatlon Largrwt North Artaona Clnmlatlon ALBl'Ql KKqlK. NOV. 1. WW REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Delegate to Con grow, TEDRO TEREA, OF BERNALILLO COUNTY. COrHTf RKPOHLICAN nc art. THOS." HIOHE3, T. A. HN1CAU Foe Territorial Council. EMII.1ANO 1,. (iUTIFRREZ, MAHCKLINO II AC A, FAHI.O CKhSI'lN, lor Territorial llouas. Pit rwrtTlrt-KPlMKNIO A. VTKR A. Srronrl l.rtrt-llrN ACIO (.1 TlhKKKZ. Tlwd Itmru-t-JKSl'S KoMhKO. lor County CommiMtonvr. COHNKt.lO 8ANtM)VAU luff I'roUate Judge. JAMK1 aTsUMMFRS, lot Prub.tr Clerk. JfrHK I,. PER FA, Pot Trmurrr and Ki-Otttcio Collector. THOS. 8. IU BI1KLU lor blM-ritl. J. M. 8ANHOVAL, I' or A MH-Mor. f. A. HUHHKLL. For Scbool Sui ctmleDdent. C A. IKAKHON. Fur Surveyor. J. W. II A Lin NFPONVISKM) MARINO. Al'UI (IMO (tL'TIKKKh, TKINIDAI) OAHA1.DON, NAHAKIO I'KKKA. For kiver Commiaaiooers. Watch for democratic paatara, demo cratic repeater and democratic Illegal vote next Tueeday. Bland know what la to It Interact and will roll up a big republican major ity ona week from to-day. Thb Spaniards nave been given I thirty day extension, and will be par mltted to remain In Cuba until January t Good report com from Grant eonnty. The republican legislative and county ticket will be elected, and Ferguaaon will hare to make a whole batch of All aorta of promlaea to gel a malorlty. Thb Socorro Chieftain aayi: Elect Pedro Pere aa jour candidate tor con gress. And you will have an able advocate in behalf of the people' rights. He will be In full accord with the administration At Washington. Eveky buHlaese man who la put to In convenience by baviug to travel a mile and a halt and spend two hour' time In going to tha court nousa to do a UU1 errand, should remember that M. B. Otero placed It there, and vote accordingly on lection day. Thi Philadelphia Keoord aaya th eoat of th railway from Guayaquil to Quito, In Kcuador. whlcb 1 now twtug built by American cupttallata, 1 eatlmated at $18,000,000 fur tour hundred mile. It will b th highest railway In the world, with atatlona at An elevation of 8.269. 9,3(30 And 10.000 feet Above th sea level. An exchange give the following as an excellent system of gardening for young wives: Make your bail early In the niorulug, aew button on your baitaad's shirts, do not rak up grievance, protect the young And lender brancbea of your family, plant a smile of good temper on your face, carefully root ont All Angry feelings, And expect a good crop ot happi ness. - TIIS HUM KCrUUMKR. Th boaa, blue ribbon reformer in this county ia M. 8. Otero. When be waa county commissioner he and Marcus C. de Baca tried to "reform" everything In eight about the court house. At that time Perfecto Armijo waa abort In hi account as sheriff to th extent ot sev- ar al thousand dollars, and Uefurmar Otoe promptly cancelled the debt, and the pair have been good friends and reform era ever since. If this county U turned over to M. 8. Otero and hi crowd of hungry place hunters the people will have a sample of this aort of reform that will bankrupt the county. 1 i j KVODOaliiAL OVS-IUIAU. The board ot county commissioner during th past two year baa saved thla county twelve to fifteen thousand dollar aucually. Hon. Jesus Komero durlug that lima has served a chairman ot the board. Previous to that lime b bad served two year a on of the mem bar ot the board. He thoroughly under stands all the details which come before the eommlBsloners, and hi economical management has been and will be high ly appreciated by the tax payer of the county. He will snow M. B. Otero under so deeply that the bo wou't aee daylight again uuttl next epriug, and the tax payers may well be thankful for It. MKAM AMU M AI.ICIUl'S. While we do not think the people of this county will pay any attention to the malicious attempts ot the eubeldltnd sheet to falilfy the court UlclaU, we w iiild ulii'r tint t i riaiuluatum of the graud Jury roturus will show that every ease mentioned In the Democrat till morilrf was hive-tlnaled hj thut hy body, in I either a true or kit Ignored Mil returned. When the democrats are j driven to nrh strait to nt campaign material against District Attorney Fin ical, It shows better than any argument we could use th capable und able olnVlal hu mad. District Attorney Klnlcil la on of th beat tfnclaU tMs eonnty ha ever had, and the returns on elect! tn day will prove It M. 9. Otero lat awk rlnlt-il the rela tive of the convict In th penitentiary from thla eonnty and promlaed tm that ha wonld secure their panic n If they! ould vote hla tlckat. fills action showa how shallow la thu talk of Otero's cam aliont reform. Ha would empty the peni tentiary and tarn loos til gang of ennvlcted murderer on the people will Ingly to Before a few vote for air. Ker- gnsson. Hla anion waa an inauuio Governor Otero, who promptly denied the remarkable request of the would-be boss, flovernor Otero waa In the elty last night and ha atated to number of geutlemen that Convict wonld not be ptrdoned anlem on the petition of the presiding Judge of the district and the district at torney, and after evidence had been pro duced showing that the men derved official clemency. There are aeveral meu In the penitentiary who deaerve pirdon, bat they will not Ret thla liberty through the bungling political methods of M. 8 Otero. WILL PKOHHK AWITHlaO. H. B. Kergnsson deaervea apeclal men tion tor the glib way In whltn he can make any aort of pledge About anything to get A few votea. He baa actually promlaed that he will get a rehearing In the court martial of Llent. 11 O. Flipper, which occurred aeveral year ago, pro viding that the colored republicans vote tor him. Ha bat secured two or three deluded colored men to work on thla scheme. Mr. Kergusson doe not pretend to ear how he, a democrat, la going to tn duo Trealdent alcKtuley to open the eat. The fact ia that U. B. Ferguaaon baa no Idea that he can help Lieutenant Flipper. Ha would not If he could. The democrat And Mr. Ferguaaon howltd themaelve ho rte when Flipper waa ap pointed a cadet to the West Folnt mill tary academy, And the d-m cratlc cadeta mutilated hla eari And made life a burden to lb young man. aOLIDLf BKPCUI.IUAN. The Otero ticket will not get more than 6' JO votei outside of Albuquerque and Gallup. Never before have the people oi the county been so solidly united politic ally. It Albuquerque and Gallup give 1,000 majority for Fergnaaon, Ferea will atlll carry the county by t.OUO majority Vet A tew 0 called And self -styled leader and ring-leader ot Gallup are fooiien enough to allow th democrat of this elty Into deluding them Into the b.'IWf that there la a chance for tht-iu to be elected. Otero and hla hirelings are fool ing th Gallop people Into cutting their own throats, aa time and election return will prove. OISUKVAOKU ItlMOCSAUI, That the grand old democratic party of Jefferson and Jackaon ehould be naed for thebaae Ignomlulous purpose that the local democrat are uiug It for must bring the tinge of shame to every man who lias ever been a follower of the founder of democracy. Could Jefferson or Jackson be on earth again, how quickly would they say to Boas Otero: "Get thee behind me, Batanl" And it would be comical to see bow quickly the boa would get there, too. IKNKMT Or ALBI UI ltJl " When M. 8. Oterow aa a oommlHaloner of thla county be aecurrd the location ot the court house In Old Albuquerque, which Is a permanent Injury to the city and a great expense to every one having business with the county ofllclal. He was so disliked for hla enmity to Albu querque that be only received 13o votes here when he waa a candidate for com mlssloner. Now be poses aa the fpeclal friend and champion ot thla city. Thi people ot Bland and of Gallup ehould remember that there Is no one thing that the officials of this county will so highly appreciate aa a gool strong vote for our delegate to cougrees. In sending a dilegate to oougreHS who can do something, they will likewise strengthen themselves with the local ad ministration, aud be In a better position to ask favors. Till professional growler and the chronic peaslmlMt see In every new in vention the destruction of the human race. But the event always proves their theories wrong. I'l the I'ulted States oday there are l.OouuuO people em ployed In the electrical ludustries, all ol which were unknown twenty five year- ago. Gov. Oteuo was iu the city a few hour last eveulng. The governor is making a splendid campaign tor the republican ticket, aud has no possible use for the little squad of alleged repub licans In this city, who have sold them selves to FerguanoQ for political pur pose. IN speaklug of the blight lug effects of corporations Iu thla elty, the people know that It Is the fra chised corpora' tlon ot Mr. Grant that are referred to by this paper. He la an Incubus to the town, and every month the pimple who pay double price mu'er tax realise the fact. Till republicans of New Mexico are making the best camptign lu the politi cal history ut the territory, aud will soora a glorious victory on November 8. Auldlura l(On luilor fire, "I suppoH some people will shrug their shoulders," said a soldier who was lu the lines cays' battle of hail Juki, liill,"whwu I say It is a fnuiui in lli'i g for Idler to go sound aleep uudi r Life, w liru they are nut peruilluxl to lutiiio I lie tire, bl: must lie quiet. It iu I biatery or r-ck lamuens, but toe re-(ill of luleioe eielle luent on tin) tiriiln." I'l tlie hi in i' many iu u appear utterly IndinVn nl te dangerous diHortlrrs of the Htnui u h lint lioMietter's Hton aril Btt ra w. ulil promptly curs 1 his r in iy 111 ui ike them sleep "liko a ti p." m the Hlng foes. It will give tlo m nerves of Iron I will overcome diMtremiug stomach and bowel disorders, give tone aud strength to the kidneys. Are you In need of a new ledger, Jour nal, cash book or specially ruled blanks of any klwlY Or peruana you Lave a pile ot uiaxusuie that need bm.tli g If so, i call at Thi Citi.kn bindery aud gel price. Best workmanship, price 0 K. ALONC THS STEEL RAILS Latest Itemi of Railroad Interest Gath ered from anr Hchanrel. WHAT TBI IMTLOTII lit 1010. A new turn table l;tn hern put In at th Needles rom!li use. K uj io llogu-t his bret static ned at Wll'isiiia aa engineer on ti e n ght awlti'h engine and pusher. I. L. HlMmrd, division f npetlntrndei.t. and W. A. McO.ivern. tialiun later, both In the e ty yesterday, left lor th wet laat night Thaftmthern California railroad baa borrowed ten locomotives from the Srn'a Fetoald them In handling their tbor miiui business. Boiler Maker Lawrence fhlelda has ben tranaferred from Katou to Im Vegas, and Boiler Maker Jerry Hulllvan haa been sent from Las Vegas to Baton. Col. J. U. tlampaon baa now Completed his Cuernavara A Arapulco railway more than half way to the I'a ;lfle, and has performed th beavteat work on the line. The Bant Fe company has attached tank cara and la hauling water for the nse of engine between La Junta aud Trinidad. The water between three places Is bad for making stenm. The Raton Reporter aaya: "Mrs. Ir Duckworth returned from Albuquerque yesterday. Mr. Unck worth will return In a few days aud enter the employ of the Santa Fe lu th i road service." The Mohave County Miner says: "The surveyors of the Sacramento Valley rail road have about completed their crone sectioning, and are ready for the graders. Work will begin before the 1Mb ot No vember." The Laa Vegas Optic gays: Harry Art man, A former trainman here, but who haa been employed In Mexico for the last yar And a half, as conductor, h re turned to the city and secured a position again with the company. The Flagstaff (Jem aaya: The petition of the Saginaw Southern Railroad com pany for condemnation of right of way over the Owen Water company' land was heard by District Connty Commis sioner C. A. Keller, and the proceedings were dlamlrsed. The Williams News says: "TrainmnsLr W. A. MuGovern aud Cade Selvy, special detective, were Williams visitors this w ek. Mr. MoSovern waa ouly on busl nsaa, pure and simple, while Cade was Attempting to detect some symptoms of A nw depot building." The Needle Eye aaya: The Southern PaelQc now has a corps ot engineers in southern L'tah. What purpose they have In view la kept decidedly still, but the pwslbtllty of a road to connect with s me ot their Southern California lines la not without some foundation. The Koswcll Register eajs: The tracks In the IVcos Valley X Northeastern rail way company's yards here are so crowded with cars containing steel, ties, bridge tliuber and other material for the exteu slon that It Is dlfllcult to And room for local freight coming In, It begins to look like business. The Amarlllo Champion I Informed by reliable authority that the main re pair aud machine shop of the Pecos Val ley A Northeastern and Also the ter minus of two divisions on the line will be At Roswell. At Amarlllo will be erected an eight etall round house and small repair shop, giving employment to eighteen men. but all the heavy repair word will be done at Koewell. The Santa Fe company wants to build stock yards In Atchlsou, Kan., but may give up the enterprise because the couu ell refuses to vacute certain street In Whit Clay creek. The members ot the couucll are raid to fear that it they rate the streets as requested, the colored people now living on publlo ground will remember the act at the next election Krid-rlck K. Parka, for some time chief clerk to the general freight agent of the Southern California railway, and before tbut traveling auditor of the road. has been appointed auditor ot the Gulf, Colorado X SantA F road to sucoee 1 W W. Pope, resigned. Mr. Pope resigned to accept a position with a Colorado road Mr. Pope waa the auditor ot the Atlautle & Padilc, thla city, for several years. The Roswell Record i are: News eoniea from th northeastern end of the rail road extension that since D. H. Nichols has been In charge the work at that end of the Hue has been pushed far mors rap idly than formerly. The griding ia now completed to a poiut way this side of th Texas Una, and track ylng la progress ing at the rate of mere than two uillea a day. Mr. Nlvhuls seems to understand his buMluess. The Williams News says: Rtchuid Murphy.au employe of the railroad com pany, died at th private hospital of Hallway Hurgeou Melick last Wednesday night. Murphy waa working on a pipe Hue when be wits suddenly suited with convulsions, and, though carried to the hospital by his associates a quickly as possible, oue c nvulsion after another eusued until death came to his relief. He was a late arrival from Colorado, wliers he was employed In a lead mlue, and his d atu waa due to lead poisoning. The equipment ot that portion ot the Chicago division ut the Sauta Fe lu the state ot Illinois with th block signal system was completed Saturday, and the system will be In operation in a few days. It was necessary to establish sev eral new office In order to make all the blocks about Ave miles In length. The line lu Illinois is the first of the Chicago division to be equipped with the bloc system. The work on the equipment of the Hi e In Iowa and Missouri will be pushed, aud the system placed in opera tiou over the entire Chicago divlslou from Kansas City to Chicago a so u as peasible. The Amarlllo Champion, of October 21 says: A rather amusing lucldent ts place iu th Amarlllo hotel yesterday illuming at ths breakfast table wheu C, M. Stausbury, the superintendent of machinery and motive power ot the Pecos Valley railroad, Introduced his wife to General Manager Nichols. The announcement of Htausbury having a wife completely knocked out the general manager, who always looked upon the newly made Benedict aa a conllrmed bachelor. I'ukuown to all, Mr. Htaus bury, while north attending to business on the roar1, attended to little for him self, and m irrled a lady whom he had been engsged to for yeara, and now there la a general kick along the line, from section foreman up to the hlhet otll- clala, beeane they were not Invited to the wedding or reception. A Bora ft Cronp. Hoarseness In a child that la subject to croup la a snre Indication of the approach I I the nl'-ease). u uiiamneriain i ouro. I Itemedv 1 given a soon aa tl e child be Cdnies lioirse, or even after the croiipyl (v.nirh has appeared. It will prevent the etteek. Mhiiv mothers who have crnnpy cMMren always keep thla remedy at hand and find that It saves tliem much trouble and worry. It ran always be de peiidd iron and Is pleasant to take. For a'e ly all druggists. FlMHeMt H omlnstlnns. Th l!njhe and T. A. Flnlfal are the candidate ot the Bernalillo county re publicans for the council. They were elected two year ago to the same hon orable positions, and served their con stituents and the terrlt ry In a manner beyond cltlclsro. San Marctal Bee. Pnhlle Welter llepenls I'pna If. The future welfare of New Mexico de pends upon the election of a republican delegate, says the Socorro Chieftain. We dropped back two year ago Into the same clasa with Nevada and Colorado. Not being able to line up In the progres sive ranks of republicanism In the elec tion ot IHIU lost statehool tor ua In the last congress, and It we make the same mistake again In this election we will forfeit all hope of obtaining statehood for an Indefinite time. The republ'can paity has control of all brancbea of the national government at 'he present time and will surely retain that control for a number ot yeara to come, as the demo cratlc party I practically without an Issue with which to go before the people. The Improved condition of business af fair during th last eighteen mouths of republic in administration has been an object lesson to the people that they will not toon forget, and If New Mexico ex pect to kep up with the procession she must elect Pedro Pore for delegate. After Many Yean Have elnpaoj tieoplo write to lay that the cures which llnod'e Hursaparllla accomplished are lastlnif anil complete. No other ini'illclno lot such a record ot cures. No other medicine possesses the great power to purify aud enrich the blood and build up the system. Hood'i Pill euro all liver Ills, rn- lieve constipation, assist iligotiou. 25o. Th ! (Jlraaa. In accordance with the arrangement of the League of American Showmen, the only big circus that will visit this section of the territory this season is the Great Wallace shows, which will perform In Albuquerque, November 13. Referring to this show the Daily Tele gram, ot Ashland, fa , says: " ine ties; circus that ever visited Ashland. That was ths general verdict ot the people who attended the Wallace show yesterday afternoon and evening, and It waa an opinion that wis deserved. M inyotthe principal features were entirely new and the trap 'O work, and the performance ot the Nelson family, and scores'ot other high clasa people, were first class In every partlo lar Tbo hippodrome and racing events were clme and exciting, and w ire watcbid with breathless Inter est, aud si m of the Qnlehe brought the audience cheeriug to their ftt." Keats lbs Kloniltsa. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marvsville, Texas, has found a more val uuble discovery tlmn haa yet been made iu the Klondike. For years he suffered untold agony from con sumption, accompanied by hemorrhages; aud was absolutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Cousuiuptlou, Cough and Colds, lie declares that gold Is of little value In comparison with this marvelous cuie; would have It. even If It coit I'D a holll. Asthma, bronchitis ami all throat anil lung atlertlnn are positively cured by Dr. King's New Dis covery for t oii"Uinplliiu. I rial Imtlles free at J 11. O lieilly & Co'a drug store. Itegular size ou cents and ft. Guaran teed to cure or price refunded. Be war of "cheap" bak ing powilers. Alum makes good meilicine but bad food. Ask your doctor. it a, M seeebees t Regular review Albu uuertjiie Tent, No. I, K. u. 1. M tins evenini it s o'clock, at the K. I'.hnll.on (iold avenue. All meinliers are ear- uoetly requested to at tend. Bv order of the rotnmauiter. K. K. (iKNTUY, It. K. HOrtL ARWIVALS. 8T(!Rt.Rri' tt'HOI'KlN. O. W. Parks and family. Wtnalnw; W K Coates. Kansas City; 1). M Hunker, H Humes, Claude Miller. Williams; M Howell, Jr., Ban Francisco; L. I.. Henry, tialllip: II. M. Wright. J M Woods. Ht Irfiuls; J. r Lane, New alexlco; deo. W. Knaeliel, Kama Fe; Talmr V. Kandale; Chicago; 11. lillbrouuer. Philadelphia: It. !). locum, Dallas, lexas; I apt. J. t. Karusworth and wife, City ot Mexico. HOTKL HKiHUND. W. Roddv. Wallace Hhnws; tlex Bowie. John C. Hears. Uallnp: 1). Klllott, Las Vegas; A. C. Hiultli, Ht. Joseph, Mo ; O. H. Tat lor. Albany. Indiana; L. b. Biullh and wife, New Mexico. The Holbrook Argus says: Vila Lora Fox, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. A. B. UcXiaffey, returned to her home In Albuquerque IM Saturday. Mies Fox la an estimable young lady aud has made numerous friends during her stay here. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Quid Mdal, Midwinter Fair. DH CREAM WW A Psr Ortp Cress el Tartar PowStr. tO YEARS THF STANDARD. Not worth paying attention tn, you say. Perhaps you have had it for weeks. It's annoying because you have constant desire to coo h. It annoys you also because you remember that weak hins ia a family failinc. At Urn it I a alighl cough. At last it Is t hemor (. At Aral It I easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. S Kirs quickly conquer your little backing cough. There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubt come from necject. For over half a century Aver' Cherry Pectoral ha been curing colds and coughs and prcventingconiumption. Il cures Consumption also If taken In time. Vj lrriKf r. iter's Cktrri 0 Ptcleril plasters cf tw Mijs II i 190;). Shall sens yrm haa. m thW aablect, trssP Owe Mafoa Deftarlmmmt, If yon ha.,'j ny errnn'nlni wht evr hiiS ti, it, l.r.i inll'al fcilrtr. vnti r H v i. ! V el, 'ft. II, write llm il,Ht,,r lti v V.-ii will ramdve S uriitni ' r-Mf. vttliniit ,i.t. Ailuit,.., in;. J. (' AVKR, liwll, MaM. mm . T IV A A A CKHKILI.OS I.t'MP ;cO L T" OK TIIK KIHST l-KI.K AT T1IK WliKI.U'S r AIK. AKMOUY HALL OCT. 31, NOV. 1,2 AND 3 The Wonderful Vcriscopc And only genuine reproduction of the Gorbett-Fitzsimmons Contest As It was held nt Carson City, Nevada, March 17th. Si'iits on hiiIh at O. A. Mutsou & Co.'s Store. MEL1NI & EAKIN, Wtolesalo Liquor and Cigar Dealers, AHD SOLI AGENTS F01 A SrVt. i, We handle everything In our line, coinplete illustrHlHl price list sent free uprni appicittioii. I UK l.uwf.Mr t'KK KU LHJKIIt Hill rin In the West, III BOI'TII IIKHT MTltKKT ALHI UL KKULK. N. M. Dn.GUnH'S ONE FOR A DOSS. PILLS nm99 ffflp'Sal, ffinwl 111 ..UAOBtau. Mi.t.f. lh U ft. JirHiiU. hirjil ripM A SMvmtitf lb fxi . avoh djr ib inaaMrf letllMHU. TlismtlttMSfrlMAMAisk. Ti skuska ff V will -mavii sassiiI fr, r fall tyo lV Our entire new Hue ot capes. Jacket and ladles' tailor-mad suits at a reduc tion of 'ib to to per cent on Account ot removal. Uoldeu Kue Dry Uouds Con)' pau , l I Bottled in Bond. SHOES! 213 Railroad Ait, A. SIMPLER & CO. WHEN should a man assure liis life? Now! To-day! It may be too Lte to-morrow. A day comes to every man when he cannot obtain life asiura ice. In aiy event, w tile he is waiting, the cost is increasing. And his delay n t only increases the cost, but puis further away the com pletion of the periol, at the eid of h'ch he will reap the benefit of his own foresight. Some met wait until they hll be ab'e ti asuire fo a larger a-noint than they can tour afford to carry. Duf. when that tim? a-rives it miy be l-npoisib'.e io them t secure asiuraicj at ny p ici they mty thei be un assurable. The t'me to take assurance is when it can he ohta:nd. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. WALTER NEW THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET All kinds of Fresh and S; It Meats. . .. . . Steam Sausage Factory 31 A SON 1C T BMP LJC, lit I 111) 8T11EK1. EitllL K LEI NWOUT. Prop BRILLIANT Self Shining Stove Polish. Something New. Haa no Equal. No Mixing. No Dust. No PmelL Large alxe Box by mall 10 cent. Manufactured anil for sals by G.E. DGNNY. Albuquerque. For sale by dealers. GDESGENi COAL YARD. GALLUP COAL Bt Do- oiestic Coal in use Yard opposite Freight Oificc A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent. New Telephone No. IM. Old Tekohone No ? Leave otdersTrlmble's stables JACOB KOKBEK & CO Maoofaenrw aa Dsalat Wagons, Carriages, Buckboards! Tfe Bast Eajtarv-ktada Tahlda Fine Borse-SkoelDC Specialty. RatlaikeUoA OoaraatMd la AU War I Rapalriajr, Palntlnn anil Trtanmhai Don on ehort Noile. t l l l l I Shop, Csrur Cippsr It. u4 First Sl AuqBv. If. it -SALOONS UAUAKACCO'5 SUMMER GARDEN. COBGRT & RICE, Prop's (SUCCBaSOBS TO e. aadabacco) On Mountain Road Near the City A moat dellchtful reaort, when all kinds of rlrniki, and cisara ara arrvrd. fleuty ol siiadc (or visitors. Uivs aa a trial. H. H. Warkentin PEOPBIKTOB Albnqaerqne Boiling Parlors! Coraat Klrat St and Copper Ave. Tb flneat Bowline Alleys In the Sonthwsat. NIC lilac to pBd thacTsolB. HaliMto atucUed. THE ELK... IB ona ot the nlowrt resort In tn elty. and 1 supplied with the beHt and finest liquors. HS1SCH 4 BETZLER. Proprietors. Patrons and friends sre cordially IiivIuhI to vUlt "The Elk." 20S Weat Railroad Avbbib P. BADARAGGO... Very Finest '.Vines, Liquom and Cigars Toll a Htreet and rijeras Aveaae. Atlantic Boor Hall! BOHNKIDKR k UI, PjiOPa. Cool Ks Baa, M aranebtl Uia flnsst Nstls Win a aad U varr kwat ol Bm-olaas Uoaora. oia aa a saU. aiuoas Avswrj, ALaueoaaeea. Ths Red School House FOR CHILDREN I 81KPASSIC8 KOH VKAR AM OillKll SCUOOi, S11UK. The "Ford" Ladles' Shoes cannot be heat for style aud quality. The "Klorshrlm" Gtntltnitiri Hhoe li without a auin-rior.both lu style aud wear. Our Motto: ' Bsst Oowls at Lowest Ptic" Yul sale by "Strongest In the World." N. PARKMURST. General Manager, MEXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT, Albuquerque, New Mexico. THE ESTATE OAK k FMrlWBBWTrtW J? T tj'itM . .3 ; BMUtv ' - ' i J'1- ;'?! " " r .. ,mm "i Cr;; HARDWAI 1?C0MPANY mum in V Ho I for Jemez Hot.... Springs. SMITH PREMIER. Is Kndoraed bv Ttn? T A RTVC i lie umi, and BUSINESS MEN. N. W. ALGER, Agrnt for New Mexico. Also Agent for the best BUILDING And LOAN ASSOCIATION, "TIIH irffDUSTniAL.' 8TtCK KOH 8ALK. MONKY TO LOAN. VV M. Ol - Good Goods I l?AUTMi'yOtP-7f'1 1 "ab AA1AAT ATYLlBSBMiaUtMaXBBlw 113 Railroad Avenue. Albuquerque. N. M. ESTABLISHED 1878 L. B. PUTNEY, s-01d Reliable-ss Wholesale Grocer 1 HJAJIJK. UltAIiN iK PROVISIONS. Oer Let a Soeolaltv. ' oifcw.rt. Farm and Freight Wagons 1 RAILROAD AVENUE, " ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. NatlTe Building rapr aJwayalo Bt.xJ First St. and Lead A. E. WALKER, FIRE INSURANCE SacreUrj Intnil Building Istoclitloa. ! mt J. O. rtoldrirta-a'. I ' Vw Lace curtains aliuost given away, slay X Vaber, 116 Uold aveuue. TILL REDUCE YOUR FUEL BILLS - Call and Get Facts concerning' the Most. Wonderful Heating Stove On Earth We will gua-antee them to Keep Fire 24 Hours More than 50 Sold last year ia Albuquerque DONAHOE HARDWARE SOLE AGENTS JOHNSTON & MOORE'S Famous Stages Leave EVERY TUESDAY MORNING t3TFor the Resort. Mvery Feed anil Sale Stable. HACKS to anv part ot the city for only Ko. Old Telephone No 6. New Telephone No. 114 COPPER 1TEIDE, Bet. Second and Third Sts ;? v 4 j V'-V CL IA - Pl - AJN, V aV A complete Stock of the Douglas Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' Button and Lace Shoes of All Descriptions. at Low Prices. Oarrlas ths Lars-sat .-! sii...T.i-.a .1 -:staple : grooeriks:- uk. Doers. iiui riisu.it Ave., Albuquerque. WM. ZACMARIAH, CONTRACTOR AND BD1LDER. WUKKLKR'S OLD SHOP BKTWBKN GOLD AND SILVKR AVENUK. Locks repalrtnl, keys mails and all kind ot repairing done.