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THE EXCULCCE W SYRI P CF HCS
is dn n.t only to t'iu original it v an I
aimplicitv of the coinliinHtiim, Imt alio
to the care and el ill with svlilih it 1
mannfaotMreJ bjr s li ntilio prix-rwn
known to the C.i.iroiM Km Sybi f
Co. only, ant we w kh to Impress upon
11 the importance of pur, holntf the
true nd original rriiicily. At the
(r" Dili ne Syrup of Klo I mannfacturerl
by the CAl.iroHKiA Km Kvrvp Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact wlli
assist one in nvoi.lliiff the wurthlrna
imitation maoufiu'turt-rl by other par
tin. The hiirh atamlinir of the Cai.i
roHRtA Fin Htui p ('. with the medi
cal proft'sali.n, an I the satisfaction
which the ri-iiuiiie Hyrup of Kifra haa
(riven to millions of families, tnalres
the name of the Company a (ruarnnty
of the exocllcnoe of ila remedy. It 1
far In advance of all other laxatives,
aa It acta on the kidneya, liver and
bowel without Irritating; or weaken
ing them, and It dooa not (rrlpe nor
nauseate. In order to (frt Ita beneficial
effecta, plrane remember the name of
the Company
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Ca
AH rSAXvuca, c.1
Uramu T. Maw .
I'll K DAILY ClTli K N .
Terma BabasrtpUaa.
Bally, by mill, one year fit 00
tlv. bv mall. mnntha a 00
pally, by mail, three mnntha 1 60
H ally, by mall, one month r0
. 1 1 v hv rarrler. one mHitfa 76
Weekly, by mall, per year 00
Taa Daily Citiiin will be delivered In
the city at the low rate of ho renta per weea,
m lor lb renta Der month, when paid monthly.
theae rates are ieaa than Ituim ot any other
AaUy paper la the territory.
a DVKRT1SINCJ HATK3 made known on
iV application at tne omce of puhiu atinn.
THK C1TIZKN Job office lenne nf the be
In the anuthweaL and all ktnda of lob print-
n le eaecuted with neauieaa and at loweat
IKTf.
THK BINDKR Y, na added, la complete
A and well tilted to on any kind of Dinain.
TI'K CITIZKN will be handled at the nflire
Hnberrlptlona will be collerted by 11. U
Tiltom, or can be paid at the office.
VTOTICK la hereby alven that ordera given
by employee npon Tea Cititbm will not
honored an Ieaa previously eudoraed by tlie
bahonnred anl
propnetora.
XHIt CIT1J1KN la oo aale at the fnllnwtra
a placea In the cltyi . K. Newcomer, a l 4
Railroad avenue; Hawley'a Newa Depot, South
tnd atreet: t. A. Mataon C'o a, No. lloft
allread avrnne, and Harvey a hating Houae
itt'iedrtm.
TI1K KKKK LIHT The free llaf of Tea
A C itibxm embrarea Notices of Hirtha, at ar.
aMeea, ltineraia. Dratha, Church Servlree and
aQlertAiunlentl, where no aamlaion tarrirtrirvu.
Ut'UlihM A McCKkimiT,
Killiftrvand HilhltKlierm.
TIME TABLES.
Atehiaon.Topekft 4c Santa Fa
rioliaiaoiTI Arrive
No. t Calitornla fciceaa T:'Jftpm
Ha. 1 kaoreaa Dm
eoiea kobtb I -rave
No. Atlantic Kmpreae 10:ttim
No, M Loral Klpreaa T:U6pm
raon thb aorTB Amvea
Nn.l.lMillliniM e:&0Dm
OOIN0 BOCTB . Leavea
No. 11 Mexico Kiprea ......1:US am
Santa Fa Paeifle.
raott tbb wear. Arrive
No. Atlantic kiprea 10:116 pm
ooimo waaT. Leavea
No. 1 Pacific Kiprea.. B:o6pm
No. 1 and 1. Pacific and Atlantic Kxpn
have Pullman palace drawing room care, tour
lei aleeplne car and chair car between Cbt
ram and lloa Arieelea and Han Kran Ito.
No. l and H, Meilro and Loc al Kipre,
have Pullman palac car and chair cara from
U rao to o.anaa citv
W. H. TBl'l L, Joint A (eat.
SANTA FE ROUTE.
Atchison, Topeh & Santa Ft Ey. Co1
Santa Fa Pacific E. R. Co.
Condcnwd lime Ttblit6, Effectlte Mtj SO, "98
wbstbodmd.
BAsrnoUND.
STATIONS
No. 1
No
10.00 0
Chlcasn
oo p
7 06 a
6 00 p
11. o a
Kanaaa City
7.00 p
lenver
La Junta
Alhttgtierque
Winaato
Unltiip
Holhrook
Win. low
r Iturwialf
WllllBma
Aab koik
R a
II 60 a
lu.ae p
a 40 p
BOO
D an p
6 lop
i 41 P
ae a
i.aa a
860
45 a
ia.6 p
10.16 a
11.10 D
B io a
S.06 a
7.10 a
6 us a
4.16 a
la. io p
Trp
1.17 p
4. at) p
7.66 p
to.ao p
jTiTp
66p
I aa p;
a 06 p
7 66p
10.06 p
II SO a
1.00 a
60 a
. ID a
80 a
Aak Kork
Jerome Jc
Preaott
Conareaa Jc
Phwnts
la 40 a
lo.oo p
A.h Kork
7 40 a
11.66 a
a 40
11.V6P
10 10 p
7.O0 p
4 a6 p
4.10 p
It. 60 a
lo oo a
V.46 a
7.i0 a
4 SO p
Peach Spring
kmsmin
The Nedle
Hlake
Bagdad
llagaett
Haratow
Kramer
klojave
Lo Atiffelr
San ieo
1.16c
e 4o pi
iSan rranci&rr
Pullman Palace and Totiriat Sleeping Car
dally through between Chicago and California.
Thetrrand Canyon A lUv Coloraducau Le
reaihed oaly by Uila line.
W. II. TsflX,
Joint Agent.
Legal Nolle
The uiidrraigiied. having lieen apiioltited
rit-iutorol Hit la-t will anilleiiiaiiu'tit ol Mia.
A. J- OuM-oinb, tlererfm-il, anil having lieen
gfantid litlera tealanieiilary by the prolmle
lotnt within utitl for the county ot Bernalillo,
territory ot New NWih o. Iieit'hy givea notice
to all perwina knov. ing tliernMlvea intlebted to
laid eiute to come lortaald and aettlc, and all
peraona tiiiving claiuia aiuliiHt aid estate are
noltlied to preaent the amiie aithout delay and
within the tune piracrioed by lav. to the un
deralgucd fur action ot the honorable probate
court. Cha. II Pahkimh. Kiectitor,
BOTbL ARRIVALS.
BTCBHld' BUBOPCAN.
Chas. Jones aud "Tug" Wilson. VTins
low; V. 8. ktlera, Cuba) P. M. li uess, Los
Angeles; L. A. W. Hawyer, W. V. Hal
eomb. Kansas City; Chas. M Taylor and
wife. Denver; J. K. (illlies, New York; U.
Halrd, Ht. Louis; Mrs. T. b. Adams,
McKeuzle. Tenu ; Mrs. A. Young, Cuvrao,
N. M.;C. D. Hall, Kort nlngate, I.. B.
Levy, Han Francisco; Jesus 8. Peuo,
Mangos; Henry Wolff, Baa Francisco;
Leonard Sktuuer, CliiliU.
UhUNO CKNTBAL.
e. K. Birlew, Ban Kafael; K.C.Bope, H.
M. Coy, Las Vegas; John H. Naughton, K.
H. Deagle, Kansas City; Miss C. A. Korbls,
Independence, Mo.; 1). J. Kane, Kl Paso:
V. P. MoClure and family, til. Louis: P.
K. Chapman, La Ports, lud.
HOTIL HIHHLAND.
F. T. Woodard, Trinidad: D. Kiliott,
Las Vegas; W. L. Pringls, (Jallup; Mrs.
Andrew Atchison, Miss Hoa Haker, Park
vllls. Mo.; Mary Anderstm, 8. M. Ander
son. Waterwhite, N Y.i O. X. Kice, Hills
dale, Mich ; M. M. (rilhert and wife.
Angola, Nev.; J. W. llernhey, Canton,
Ohlo;C. It. Wilkin and wire. Gran Out
vera, N. M.; Jonhtia 8. Haynohls, I.as
Vegas; Mrs. Herbert K. Taylor, Fannie II.
Taylor, Kankakee, 111.
Our entire new line of capes, jackets
and ladles' tailor made suits at a reduc
tion of 45 to &o per rent ou account of
removal. Goldttu Kule Dry Uootls Com
pany. Fire sals prices on all goods left over
from the Are. II. Ilftdd A Co.
We will furnish your house on the In
itallmeut plan. W hltuey Co.
I
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FEKGOSSOIt'S aieEmG.
Aeolofi i for Hit Blilikc la Conrrtti
tai HI Straddle ea ibt Ditch.
A crowd, curious to hear how Mr. tt-
RDmon wmiij r ipla'n hi bungling; fa-
reer In eoogrsas, hi-t trsainatln action
toward Aluuqnsniri In pernmiieiitly lo-'
fating the capital at Santa Fe and hia
straMlsen the ditch question, gathered
at the Armory last erenlna. Ilartlo
Tieruey presided over the meeting- and That it sITeded tlie animal's tirslii, flual
Introduetd Mr. Kergussoo. ! ly drlvina; the annual ciar.r and to an
In oprnlng, that avinUnian announced
hl imiljlng alii'vlanee to the principle
eliminated In the riilca-o platf.inii. He
th n filtered li.tu an extended bimiIpbv
f.irthe mistakes he had made while iu
congress, in etplaiiiina' his carslessiirvs
In not framing Ii.h land bill to aa to save
the lerrltorj il7,ir00 In land office free
he was especially weak. He endeavored
to put the hUme on the land department
for not placing ih Interpretation on the
b'll that h wauled it to do. He admit-(
ted that ou artMitut ot hi mistake In thh
reapift the wiinl-t thing would have lo be
doneovrr again at the n-it session of
eangrrM or el the people would have lo
pay n.(X 0 for hla beyllgence
When Vt. Kervn'sun reached hla cap
ital removal hill, he seemed to renlite
t'int he was treading on dangerous
grunnd aid he argued that In throwing
Alhuquerqnt he had simply made a vir
tue ot uecewlly. As an offset f his
a nlou In locating the capital In 8anU
he referred to his abortive efforts to
secure a njtltury poet tor Albuquerque.
n hen. he took up the ditch question.
Mr. Kirgnaeua showed that he had
shared the fate ot all straddlers
he had pleased nobody and had
dlKeatliQed everybody. He plteously
refcrrrd to the fact that la this city
he was being opposed becttuse Le was
agitlnxt the ditch aud everywhere elae In
the Klo Grande valley he was charged
llh being the b ggeet devil la the ditch
enterprise. He ha I evidently we.'l learned
the lessna that a ntau can not suecees-
fully e-trry water on buth shoulders. He
warmly congratulated hlmitelt, however,
that the faiuuus Outierres letter, which
he wrote, was oo worse than It was.
Couceralng hla action before the eoro-
mittee on the wool schedule, Mr. Kergus
son realised that the less said the better
and be neglected to tell hla hcarer-t that
there was no third class wool mixed In
New Mexico, oo which he secured a duly
of four rents per pound.
When Mr. Kerguenon had completed
the principal portion ot his speech he
rashly Invited any person present to ask
any question that he might wish. Frank
Huhbt 11 started to accept the invitation
but before be could put bis quettlou the
KergQMn almlrers la the audience
feared that their Idol would be worsted
so they raised a tumult of shouts which
drowned Mr. Uubhell's voice.
Mr. Kergusson then Introduced "MUter"
Spencer, who spoke a Utile piece on
county affairs, which he beiLromrultted
to memory fur the occaelon.
The meeting then adjourned.
Harklaa'e Arnica aelva.
The best salvs In the world for CntH,
Hrulses, Mores, Ulcers, Halt Kbenm, Kever
Mores, Tetter, Chapped bands. Chilblains,
torns. aud all rklu abruptions, ana Dost
tlvely cures Hies, or oo pay required.
It la guaranteed to give perfect aatlsf ac
tion or money refunded. Price 26 rents
per box. For Mle by J. U. O'Reilly A
u , uroggiuta.
fbeki rHKBi rasBt
A Lire Sla Portrait, Crayon, Paatel or
natal ioior, rroe.
In order to Introduce onr exoellsnt
work we will make to any one sending
us a photo a Life nlxs Portrait ( rayon
Pastel or Water Color Portrait Kree of
Charge. Bmall photo promptly returned
Kiact likeness aud highly artistic tlulsb
guaranteeil. Hend your photo at once to
U. L. MABKCUAL AHT 10,
84H Klin Uallai, Texas.
AN IMPUBTAHT Dirri'BENCB.
To make It appareut to thousands, who
thliiR themselves til, that they are not at
rlicted Willi any disease, but that ths sys
tem simply needs cleansing, Is to bring
comfort home to their hearts, as a costive
condition ts easily cured by using 8yruo
of Figs. Manufactured by the California
rig Hirap to. 0UI7, and sold by all drug
glsu,
Uhloago atoek Market.
Chicago, Nov. 8 Cattle Becelple.
2,o00bead. Market, steady.
Beeves, l 00,40 &0; cows and heifers.
fl.7ri64.o0; westerns, $3.604.nO; stock
era and feeders, $3.1 H)g 4.60; Teias steers,
Bheep-Recelpts, 14,000 head. Market,
steady
Natives, 3.oOC4.61; westerns, (3.30
(34.B0; lambs, 4.0ti(t5 6B.
from Saw raalaad.
Keefton. New Zealand. Nov. 23. lh'.ttl
I am very pleasett to state that since I
took the ageucy of Chamberlain's medi
cines the sale has been very largs, more
especially of the Cough Hemedy- In two
ears I have sold moie of this particular
remedy than of all other makes for the
previous nve years. As to Its ellkacr. 1
have been tnfuruied by soorss of persons
ot the good results they have received
from It, aud know its value from the use
or 11 in my own nounetioiii. it is so
pleaeaut to take that we have to place
tlie bottle beyond the reach of the chil
dren, li. J. UCANTLKUI'BV,
For sale by all druggists.
Aa Ideal Plaoa.
If too are searching for the Ideal cli
mate In the L'ulted Htntes In which to
ripeud the winter months, where you can
also nud a Dot mineral water uusur
passed for ths cure of rheumatism, kid
tey and stomach disorders, and a uew
aud nsatly furnished "Caea del Con
suelo," run upon the Americau plan and
with American cooks, with splendid
bathing accommodations and a place
where consumptives do not disturb your
peace aud comfort for they are not in
vited go to Hudson liot springs on
ths Hanta Fe railway in liraut county
V rite A. U. Urahaui, Hudson, N. M , for
Information.
A Clavar Trick,
It certainly looks like It, but there Is
really no trick about It. Anybody can
try it who has Lame Hack and Weak
Kidneys. Malaria or nervous troubles,
V s nieau hs ran curs himself right away
by taking electric bitters. This medicine
tones up the whole system, acts
as a
stiiuulaut to Liver and Kidneys, Is
blood purlller and nervs tonic. It cures
Constipation, Headache, Fainting tiuells,
tileeplHHMiiess and Melancholy. It Is
purely vegetable, a mild laxative, and
restores ths system to its natural vigor.
Try Klectrlu Hitters aud 1st convinced
that they are a miracle worker. Ktery
lioltle guaranteed, tinly 60c. a bottle at
J. 11. U'Heilly & Co.'s Drug store.
Cattle aud IU Loco Plant.
borne cattlemen at the atoek yards to
day, says a Kurt Worth letter In the
iJallas News, were talking on lbs subject
of loco. (n of the meu remarked that
Dime people did not believe there was
anything polsouous about the plant,
though It has always been considered ex
tremely so aud often fatal to cattle aud
'allklndaof atoek. One of the party aM
I the plant had been euhl'ctel to clone
cherr - lcal analyaia by experta and that oo
trace ot polmn hd ever b en found.
Another oue claimed that thert la noth
ing pdaonona about Die plant lteelf,
but that tha piUan Pomes from a
oilnu'e bog which Is a paraelte of
the loco plant. Others, however, were
equally rertaln that the plant was
deadly Dlon to rattle. horse and sheep.
aRnulainr death. One man claimed It ef-
fec - ed anliunla somewhat like e'ntml.e
drink afreet the hiiumn, the animal ge:a
a eravlim f r the weed and 1. avsa even-
thing else to hunt for It. eating unlilovrr-
corns with the poison and d-a .li ensue.
A curl. .in incident was mentioned te
ehnw that a man eoold be 1. fmd A cer-
taiu Mexican had a hatrel f..r another
Mexican, and one duy Mittced hla vlo-
tiro to drink a cup of tea mtde from loco
leaves. The Mextein whndrnnk (he bev-
erage tw wit' d with flta hut did not die,
and the neighbors believed he would not
recover from tri effects of the beverage
until erven vars had elHp-ed.
SAIHA IB TO PAT ALL.
Valley Rota Stockholders Will ft fai
Cash Before Jaotury 1.
K. P. Klpley, president of the Atchison,
Tnptka A Hanta Fe, gave much addi
tional Information concerning the plans
of his road, aud settled, so far as pos
sible, several In aited questions, says a
San Francisco dispatch of November 3.
As regards a positive decision as to the
Santa Fe option wl'.h the Valley road.
Mr. Klpley said:
"A decision has practically been reached
already through the action of our direct
ors, but will be confirmed at the annual
meeting of stockholders to take place at
Topeka on December 8."
-W ben and bow will the Valley road
stockholders, who have already placed
their stock In escrow, be paldr"
"They will be paid on or before Janu
ary 1 In cash. Those who have not al
ready come In, representing about 2.400
shares, will lie allowed a reasonable
length of time In which to deposit their
shares; but the offer will not be held
open Indefinitely.
"We are oompelled by positive agree
ment to pay all stockholders who come
in before January I full par value for
their stock.
".Should any 0! the stokholdnrs decide
to put their stock In escrow, they will
hold It at if we had not come luto the
matter at all, and get dividends on It, If
any are earned. Their stock will not be
oon-olldated with ours la any event In
other words, so far as lie slock Is con
cerned, the Valley road tnnst always re
main a separate orgauixatlon."
"How about your proposed arrange-
msnt with ths Southern 1'aclfln for the
nse of Its tracks between Molars aud
Bakersdsldr
Nothing has bern determined as yet
It Is still la the air, with prospects
against it. I do not even know when It
will be farther considered.'
Have 70a come to any conclusion a
yet. In regard to your terminal facili
ties?"
I have examined the wlule bay and
water front on both sides, but am Dot
prepared to make any statement In the
matter. The Port Richmond terminal Is,
however, settled npon definitely, and we
will have a terry boat ready by the time
we get In here."
4 Save Blga of Crwap,
Hoarseness in a child that Is subject to
croup Is a sure Indication of the approach
01 the ulseaee. it Chamberlain s cough
Kemedy is given as soon as the child be
comes hoarse, or even after the oroupy
cough has appeared. It will prevent the
attack. Mauy mothers who have croupy
children always keep this remedy at
baud and find that it saves theru much
trouble and worry. It can always be de
pended upon and is pleasant to take. Fur
rale bj all druggists,
Dr. Hlaa.r Itaad.
Dr. Blazer died at his home In Mesca
lero on Monday, October 81, 1SIW aged C7
years. He learee wife, eon and one
daughter to mourn his departure. With
the death ot Dr. Blaitr another old
pioneer has crossed the great divide Into
the land ot eternity. The deceased was a
oiliin respected and loved (7 all who
were acquainted with him; he was hon
est, conscientious aud charitable.
Dr. Blazer's profession was that of
medicine, and be practiced It more or
less ever since oouilug to Franklin (now
Kl Paso), Texas, from Illinois In lbi
On arriving in this country he also en
gaged In the mercantile business with a
man named Miller at Frauklin. Later
be ran several freighting outilts between
Franklin, Tularosa aud altanton. Af
terwards h, la partnership with Geo.
Nesblt, erected a sawmill tu Tularoea
canyon, which In the early days supplied
lumber for ths frontier Improvements
throughout this country. Us eveutually
bought out his partner, Nesblt, who, with
his entire family, was murdered while
crossing the A bite bands. Dr. Blazer
later built a flouring mill at the Mesca
lero agency, which he improved from
time to time UUtll It Is now a splendid
mill. The doctor was an officer In the
Union army In the civil war. During his
residence at the agency he treated hun
dreds ot cases of diphtheria atid finally
succumbed to the effects of the dreaded
disease himself. The news of his death
was received with profound sorrow by
hundreds of his friends throughout
southern New Mexico Dons Ana County
Republlc.au.
Tha Bat Plaater.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain balm aud bouud ou
to the affected parts la superior to any
plaster. Wheu troubled with a pain In
the chest or side, or a lame back, gtve It
a trial. You are certain to be mors than
pleased with the prompt relief which it
affords. Pain Balm Is also a certain cure
tor rheumatism. For sale by all drug
gists.
Huatiold Good.
Highest rash prices paid for furniture
ana uouseuoni goods. 1. A. n hittkn
After Many Year.
Ilitve elni'i! people write to suy that
the cures which Hood rSarsuiurilla
acfoinriiuticd are Iiuituitf and complete.
No oilier Itieilicilio has Mlcli a record
of cures. No other medicine ocat
thupreut power lo purify and enrich
the blood anil build up the syntuiu.
Hood's Pills curs all liver ills, re
lieve cuUatlpulluu, assist diguatkm. 'iiq.
It Save the Chlldrwa.
Chanitwrlaiu's Cough Remedy baa
saved the lives of tlioueauds ot oroupy
children. It Is also without an equal
for olds aud whooping oougn.
Oliver Wendrll
Holmr av that if
a man truly loved a
woman he wonld
riot mnrry her arnicas
he was ahardutely
(vwltlve that h was
the very beat man
H the very tj
V" sll the v.
Wshc could
AcroTiling
world that
Id marry.
to this a
man would have to
be very conceited in-rt-eil
or rental a a
bachelor.
Tli in l gnlng a Ut
ile hit to eatrrme,
but In aoher fart, no
man should marry
a woman an long aa
he la the victim of
ill health. No man
has a right to aak a
woman not only to
he hi wife, hut a
life long ntirae. No man haa a right to ak
a woman to ahar the hurdm of hla ill.
health, nnd that ta what he doea when he
atka her to be hi wite 111 health in man
la almost Invariable the rrault of disorder
of the digestive and nutritive organs. If
a man' atomach ia right and hia liver
right, hia blood will he pure and rich, and
hta nerve strong and teady. When the
blood U pure and rich a man cannot suf
fer from ill health. Dr. Pierce' Cnlden
Medical Discovery la the great digestive
tonic. It is not a mere aripeiljrer, but a
scientific aid to the natural processe of
ecretion and excretion. It make the ap
petite, keen and hearty, promote the flow
of digestive juices, makes the assimilation
perfect, the liver active and the hhvod pure
and rich. It hnilds firm, healthy flesh tis
anes. It Is the greatest known nerv tonic
and restorative.
Mr. P Mortensnn, nf Saneer. Oliver Co.. W.
Dak , writes: Dr. Ilerce a (.olden Mftteal Ilia
coverv la lha best coMRh me,li, in I ever Irted.
A little orev two years ago I was afflicted with
very had r-sifh and my h"me physician rrv
w-ritied Cod l.lvrr (nl atl'l other kinds of nieili
etna, lie sel 1 I miuht an into qui, k rcnsumre
tlon and ml-.:ht die Iti two or three months. Ml
medicine thd n-it do me any rood. I heard of
Ir. lMcn-e'a (iolden Metlc.u iilscovery and be
gan Inking It: when I had tnken It erweit two
months, according to directions, any couah w ,a
cured, and since that time we havc alwaya keH
your mediciti tu tha house. '
Dr. rieree Pleasant Pellet regulate and
Invigorate the stomach, liver and bowel.
By all mtdlcin dealer.
BCSIRESS LOCALS.
r:nos for rent. Whltuey Co.
Hoys' overooats, SO Cents, at Ilfeld's.
Copper and tin work. Whitney Co.
Flctnre frames and room moulding.
H hllnsy Co.
Attend special sale ot silk at the
Knonomlst this week.
rllghsst prloes twid for gents' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Moid avenue.
fWnrs some nf those great bargains
this week at Ilfeld's removal sale.
A complete line of potted meat and
delicacies for luncheons and plenlos, at
Bell's.
A big line ot men's working gloves at
(1 a pair at the Green flout. VYm.
Ctiapllu.
Have you seen the latest novelty In
neck chains at the Kcouomlstf It Is the
latest fad.
Get your boy a good, all-wool school
suit for l &0 at Ilfeld's. They are worth
up to ft bU.
Pillows, bed sheets and pillow slips on
special aals at May & faher's, next to
Citlaen otriee.
The fresheet stock of staple and fancy
ftoceries are to be found at Bell A Cu's,
'Cond street.
Iook Into itlelti wort's market on north
Third street. He baa the nloest fresh
nests In the Citv.
Bring your magatlns and musla toTHl
Citi.kn otllre aud have them neatly
bound In book form.
C A. Grande, Sufi north Broadway, fine
liquors and cigars. Kresh lime for sale.
Kurulntied rooms for rent.
Uavs you ever tried lUlin A Co.'s klu
dltngr The ladles are delighted with It,
and the men have quit chopping wood.
The best plane for good. Juicy stoats
aud roasts and all kinds of meats, kept
in a first class market, at KlelnworV,
King up the New Mexico Collection
Agency (Automatic telephone '.i'J), aud
tell us about that tough auoouut 70a
snt collected.
Our assortment of ladles' silk and
velvet waists Is so far ahead of anything
ever shown in this city that It needs no
comment on our part, boseuwald Bros.
All silk velvet In bnrnt orange, pink,
light blue, strawberry, royal purple, new
blue aud ths different shades of red. In
navy blue and white at $1 a yard. Kos
euwald Bros,
Coder wear for ladles, gents, aliases
and children, also big lius of hosiery,
nave our full Hue now. They will be
sold at our unmatchahle low prior.
Golden Bule Ury Goods Co.
A complete line ot ladles' One shone
just received at the Green Krout bhtw
store, also a nice line of children's school
shoes from Wi to !.'.. These shoes
are mails by ths beet aisuufaelureie In
the country, n m Chaplin.
Removal sale Is now going on at Gold
en Kule Dry Goods Companya store.
ruoh prices as they are making on their
entire new stock will asloulsh you.
Kvirrtldng lu the suwe at cut Prices. l
not mien this opportunity.
All kinds of special ruling, blank book
work, uagaxlue Llndini and bad us
stamping dotie In the best possible uiau
ner at Thx Citi.kn bindery. Come lu
and ses samples and prloes of work be
fore ordering elsewhere. All corre
spondence exturwnlng this class ot work
Carefully attended to,
The Altmanerans Abstract comnanv
(Incorporated) has the only complete, np
to date set of books In the couuty. Ab
stracts lurulshsd on short notice aud at
reasonable price. Why take chances of
niiHtakaa In looking up titles from In
dexeeV J. II, MtKire, Malinger, 1J1 south
Second street. .New phone isl.
WAMTKU, rOHIILK, KENT AMD LOST
Wanted To loan 5,coo on Improved
city real estate In sums to suit. Address,
I avdi, Citi.kn oilice,
Vt anted lienle' seetind-hand clothing.
No. 6 south Kjrst street, between Coal
and Lead avenues. Address or call ou K.
HeKHNEir.
Wanted In every town, a local repre
sentative; lady or gentleman; easy work,
good pay; no cajtiutl rerjuiredi payment
every week. Address for particulars, C.
I.. Marevhal Art Co., 31s Kim street, Dal
las, Texas,
wanted At once a girl who uudei.
stands house m ailing and cooking, no
tuner need apply; good wages aud 110
washing, In su a 1 family, Urs. J. A
Weinman, Tijems avenue uear Slxtli,
next corner, or at tt.e Goldeu Hule Dry
Goods company.
for BUat.
To Rent Nice sunny rooms, first-class
beds, cheap. Over pontoilice.
For Kent Furnished frout room, also
good barn, ioi south Kdltb street.
For Keut Dwelling, 7J0 north Third
street. Call at premises lu the forenoon.
Ifor Kent Klegaut furnished rooms,
'21 Atlantic aveuue. n lib board. J. I).
Torlina.
Fur Kent Nicely furnished four room
house, S13 Atlantic aveuue, Kuqulrs on
premises,
First-class furnished rooms for rent.
Inquire of Mrs. Brunswick, upstairs over
the ptMlollics
Fort Kent. Large plea-taut room with
hoard for two; private family. Address,
n . cars 1 itizkn.
For Kent Flvs-rooin house, cheap by
the year only; 111 good repair, all newly
papered and painted. Apply to J. r.
Ltithy.
House of seven rooms for rsut with
furniture for sale to party renting bouse.
Kutjuirs at No. 110 '-tj south Third street,
up stairs.
Ladles' kid glove, at all prices, in all
shades. Our gloves at ll.Uo aud upward
are guaranteed. Bosenwald Bros.
Albuquerque Foundry
R. P. 14 ALL,
Irce nd .Iras 0t:i ai Ore, OosJ and
oanon an v-oiamn ani iron rronts lur uud imr, Bcpalre a
fining and Mill Machinery a tpaeUiiy,
FOUNDRY: "0E RAILROAD TPACK, At Et'Qt'EROtE, N. M
Cm. MKiV.nV M r Stcile.nt.vf
H icotd
Thirty. 3n Years' F ait ice. the Lad Ten In Denver, Col.
e,r Irnre4 U avery turn drtakea wkra a tar I ractlckl aa saaslku.
Oaaarrho, gleet, a atrlctar apeedlly care wit Dr. Ilcora'a Fraack letat.. cnt
Case serataaaatly cared wltkla THtlg T. SO CTJBIM, I1SDLIW00D til a t
CorAIlA aaeS. ttwrtaatsTTkMa, Mralaal Inaaca, mlgkt amlsalnaa, laaaatala. i na4acy,
radically c.r4. RkttrS'i sitks4 yractlrel la tk W aril's Hossltal, Ftri. Iafrac Trr
avonoaatlsati arctstfally trjatea n4 cares wlthli tk last tsa yaara. Caa refer ts at lU
cartd, ky itorraliilsa. lavtatlgat. Office. OT avnratk Itrett. ar Ckarsra, Dtavtr,
Cle. IsgUak, Prtark, Oeraa, PslUk, lasalas sa Bokeailaa tpskta. Oaaaltatlsa aaa
tiaadaattaa rr. Crrec allcltd iUictly fldatll.
GROSS BLAGKVELL & GO.'
(INCORPORATED.!
WHOLESALE
AND WOOL HE ALfU?.
Hradquartrn for Diamond C Soap, Curtice Brr,s,Cintd Gords,
Karuvu City BakJnf Powder, Sulphur, Wool Sax, Stooewer.
irimstn nt AlbuqiiprqiM', Kant Las VfgM vsptl
(slorieta '.!v Moilco.
AMERICAN
SILVER
TRUSS.
a
LIGHT,
COOL.
Iay la War ,
210
talas
avrt
Narala
lataal
iwltk Co ai fort.
TOTI Sc GKRJDI,
UKALhKS IN
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
FLOUR. FEED. PROVISIONS.
HAY AND finaiM
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Imported French and Italian Good. ... "
8la Aganta for San Aatanlo Llite,
c-w IVIenhnrf. til. t. XI S
ZEIGER
'nanotsyaor to If
Slcart tlilsklsB, Imparled and
Finest Bllllrdjllnll In tlie Territory.
F,nst fti.fl Hpst lniTvrftl DninAfin if-ir5
BOLLER'S
800 C'oppar Ave.
Hqrchocinf a Spscially. Wagon Repair
Ing aatt all Othsr Klad of BUcJumith
Work Guaranteed.
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harness. Saddlsa, Saddlery,
Kaddlerv Hardware, Cut boles, hlioe
Kails, names, t'lalna, n Iilps, lollars.
cweai rails, t as lor oil, axis Ureses,
Boston Coach (ill, l'n to Negro, Ruddy
Harvester Oll.N'eatHrootOli. Ijtrd OIL
Harness Oil, Linseed Oil, Castile Boap,
Hsrniui Uuan r.wlnM U ,u. ....
Cuauioia Skin, Horse Medicines.
Xrlo tlx XaowcMit.
Highest Market Prlpes Paid (or Bides
and Skins.
WOOL COMMISSION.
Thos. F. Keloher,
40 Railroa. Avs Albuucru.
Hlsj W U ft iq-N.(w.ii.nr.
't iiiHir (i.r lit.iiun lita.
vviHioa, u n n m l u r a l
rtiarpisi, or mur .iiltamnia
lloii. trri tat loti ur ult-ia-
Pmii awuiiot, tln f in u rout nifin-
'Kt.NlUHN'''l -,r,l'' lin w-""i-r'it.
fi ui, ..r 1 l-til. -, T 7i
'ir ulvr tw-ti r-iuit.
(llomfad kntry No. nvio.)
IbullM fur aVulillrtatloa.
Isau.a OttU r at Hanu hr. N. M., I
Ot tHiivt '4i, 1HVH. f
N crt Ire U ht-rrhy alv-n ttiHt tht fiillnwliig.
namrd cw-ttlrr ht file., niKicw tit hi. tiitrntuin
to niMkc tu ml orsMif in ntLxii i hia rlmrn.Htid
that aaiid hftMif will be riiailr before Ue ruhdlr
1 Ink itf ValriK la cduiiiy. al X.tm I.liiimn, Nrw
Me 1 icii, on Niivriiiber 1h..m, viz : I d nry
C. Mnwlry, if ths hK'a N VV,, N S W ,
NM and N Wk hKt of acclioa 7, Tp.
4 N , n U b.
Hf n..nita the followliifr wlttitaafa to (rive
til. cohtinunua rt-aulf nt f uiiiiii and cnliivtlno
of Mid land, vis. i Jor I ru)il:o, IV C lltuuht.
I'rdio l.turro and Autonio haiina, all ol ttat
View, New l ratio.
MiNl Kl. K. (ITIHO, Kr-Utitrr.
COLK'ITOUH WAN'IKD
LAIHl OK
a 7 tftriitlrnirn, for our rotiiivli'tr ac
ttiiplrtr acta of Juvei
tie Itooka f r the h.IuJ.ty. Ka h a-i liaa four
botika HiailtrU tut little onra to town-uii (olka.
bath bMik, i liarimiiki, df Iik htful, caiitivattnif.
Critea raniif liom UK tu i'. ro. l.ut b.Hka.
rarh uvt-titowititf wuli hawy llltitratiou.
I ieinintitiiia aei'tra. ISotinnw like them, roui
mocittta uoldeu harveat for ciirtnetic worker.
Crrdit illvrti. t-inyht i, hiifktrat t oinmin
aioiia. Outfit w ith aamplra of all four boka
free. Send twelve SI trot atamoa fori'ayuik.
part only of the poataue alone, lirop al' . U !
and dear J;oo n inouth wiOi our eii iiiHive
invrnilea. I IIK NA IION AL HOOK CON
LKKN, JL'V.NILK Lkl'T.. CUlCAdO.
LsUt Will and 1 eatanient of t-ranct Thorn,
1 reiu.ed.
To Hemard S, Kotlry, truater. Ir. Thoinaa,
huaband. Uforue rd, rranl'iary lt-f ((-.
You are nertrUy limitled that the aUrr-d laat
will u'.d teauinent of Mr Kram ea I liiinaa.
lute of the ounty of Hrrnalillo and territory of
New M fil to, dereaitt'd, ih bern Lirodureu
and read in the protiate court of the cuiinty o?
lierua ll lu trrntury ot .New Mt-jitu, iui the
17th day of iiiti,her. iMm, aifl the- d.iy of
the provina of a.tid alliajetl I ant will and tt-ata-menl
waa. Tiy ordn of the iudre of aaidtourt
thereuooli li led tor MuIk1.iV. the Jlt dav ol
?tivciiiU-'r, A. 1, Ihttti, at lu o'clotk lu the
ntenoon of aaitl day.
Uivm under my hand and the aeal of aah
l aKALJ lourt thia lth uav ol tt nioer, A
1. IttUtJ. J, C', Hai OHIH,K,
I'roUite Clerk-
Dn.GUfJrJ'S
ONE FOR A DOSE.
PILLS
eaaaioe MiaplM, WllS)
lliu.uMs,H'irilf tli.blu.KL
sr. ll.s.l.,-li .,kl liriuffDr,
frssl(i ti
A ass.-iusul ol ths Ik,..,. J, i.
B.ltbOT an p. i.i si. k.n
.ill mail mbji!. fr.,ur fa 1 1 tut !?
m. awaAaag cu. rvia r
BLACKSMITH
5H
and Machine Wa
I runt 1 .(
L,.ialr r. bating. rnllyt. 1 ate Bar
rv. Pldltp
Syphllle a Specialty
ol Hart.
MIR OSIV TIIATID.
Q
0
B. RUPPE,
PRtSCRIPTlONS
t
I s
M' v-o-. !
y vcrtjf,
s!c,aefqn8, I. 1.
Telrpboca :4l
AND S17.F0BTH THIKD UT
CAFE!
tl) V. ilnSl .1
v?acs mi C.gcici
- rsor. ii mai ko,
THE HMT VIOI.IMNT IN THK TER.
ntiirr. will iiive violin and liarnmny le.
oris; will luinistl til beat iiri lie.ua Iik bills,
liartiea anil ciiucert. AilUtea (jsurrai Uallv.
err. 1'ostoniL.
SVV MfcXIIJO IJOLI.KUTIUH AUBMVV.
ALHUUlJKKUUK, New Mexico. Collert
liins insil evarywher. No charge un
les rlalre Is readied on. Curresiionilenee
aoliiiteil. UUlcc: Kooma 1 and U, Columbus
building.
S. B. Oii LiTT. W. ALU HoTsasi aD,
Amirnejr. Msnsger.
aiHi. A, sMvuau,
iTTOKNaV-AT LAW. Koom 10, Cram-
well blmk, Albuquerque, N. M.
ik. nisHur a bishop.
HOMtKuHATHIC I'll YttlC'l A NS AND
Mmaeiiris Heslilenre, Nn. J4 Kelelier
V .i-' '""re, ro..in i (. v liltney bullilniH ,
'. . 1 cn-iimiiic iui. mr Aiarlun lllslllip,
M l, nllue lioiira, a to p. in, Frank O.
Ifi.lii, M !.. i.ihie tioutt, lu lo l a. tu. ud
Sou a 4Asii)ika. U. hi
PUVHICIAN AND KUHtrKUN-OIBes Id
srmllu buiMlna Cnrner ut M.llrocd irtrjn
r.d I bird .trveV Uonra. S:SO ui 11 a. m
tn I p. na. Special atteotlua glvea In allruolc
a,,,, nimuft Wfjian,
aAirraHDAt lanianAi,
ff HCK nd reaidnc. No. 411 Waal Hold
1 irinua. Taleiuoo No. ts. OSlc hoara
s io a. m i i ran hi u ano i to p. m.
. H, fcaatarday, M. li. kaMatd. M, D.
w. . Mora. at. n
t f KICK HOU Until S a. m. and frnas
I :S0 to S :S0 and from to p. aa. Otric
ana reaarnt's. u sat Uuia asanas, Albn
ijuerijua, is, aa
UKMTIST.
a. t. Ai(r, o d, a.
KMIJO HI.OCK, OHPUMITK ILKKLD
i Hrua'. tltlice bourai a a. m. to l'J:BO
p. m.i i:so p. in. to a p. m. Auto. Tel. No.
soa. Appuiuimenla mau by mall.
RSUSAKU a ktUUBV,
A TTONNkY-AT.LiW. llhuiiuras. N
a V M. Prompt attnntlun alvvn to all bualnaaa
pertaining In tlie proleaahm. Wlli practice In
all man of the terillury and befor Ui United
niaie lauu uruc.
WILLIAM U. LIS,
TTOKNk.V-AT-l.AW. Ofot. room ,
i N. T. Arml)o buiUnna. Will ptactlcs In
ail U, courts ul ill laiilturr.
JOHNSTON a riMlVAL,
ATTOKNRYS AT LAW. Albaqnergn, N.
Id. Ofrtce. luimi ft and B. frlrst Nstli.nsl
Hank bnlldlng,
H. W. U. HHIAH
TTOK N h Y-AT-I.A W, Albnc10erqo. N,
i U. OlUce, klrst Nauonal bank bulldln.
ratsa w. ui.ahvi.
. '"f-.-si -w . riKim. ana , n.
i 1 T. Armliu bulldina, Albugueruae, N. M.
B. W. UOtlMOK,
TIOHNkY AT-LAW. Offir over Hob.
t ertaon'a ernrerv atura, Albugnerqu. N. H.
DRUIIiaEMIiESS !
T?3T r (charcott
WHO I TONIC 1
MCS,TAU5
STFtONO LOST IS
DRINK. U .) lrr
DEATH C
Dr. CHARCOT'S IMC TABLETS
are ih'f only niiivfh rrinrnritf-tl itiifdy ir
din Iji in ( hi li i, Nih vuualit aa and MtlutUuly
catibtril Lv -.ti'iHK diu.k
WC GUARANTEE FOUR BOXES
to etira any c tsf, with p.n.uve written
ffuarante. ' rt hir.d th tiM di y, a:.l tu Uu
ll. II i. mj ; . Ma f lr.t'.if . iii.k li.juoia.
TH T4Hi rrs rN r' oivr ! itiiiht
kV)VHunti hi- 1M.J PiTlkM.
STRONG DRINK WXtfSZFTZ
n- i h -u-ir; v u Un.' i.'i iik. IV' n ltit
Mi - will U"' 1 1 V u ' ur (i) hole, utid
ii vih,i writ;. -a , ;. !.( o to cute or i
v "I ' o L-Mt,0O. Al
K m hy in. hi.
4. H. U'KIRI.LV m stole, tfliatt.
A Ibuiiuatrque, M. M .
Mpsolal sizs kmlak allmius mails to
onlsr at Thk ( iti.kn lilmlsry. Call aud
see sainplss and nut prions. They wake,
elegant lurisiiuas gnu.
ALBUQUERQUE,
Saturday, Nov. 1 2.
.I'.V.'
MCNACERIE MU5LUM
Aquarium
sOYALROMAJ
.oODROMF-X
aaaswawasai . a I a I aasaaeass i
Splendid m
Character,
MAGNIFICENT.
IN
FfillirMFNXj
l ."w. aV A JT
V Jk. w "VX
i.ooo Feature!, ioo rhenomtn.il Acts, 25 Clovvrf, ao Ilurricare
Raco, 4 Trains, i,5cx Employe, 6 Hands, 50 Cages, A Drove of
Camels, 15 Opea Dens, a I lord of Elephants, 4,000.00 Daily
Expense.
Ths Greattisl Perform s io ths kn tw.i w irlil are with th Orfat Wa lace Sh ws
this season, Incliiillng the
World'a Pramlar Aerobata. $10,000 Challonga Aet.
9 NELSON FAMILY 9
THK 7 HTIRKS-Itlrye'e ami Skating Kxperts.
THK 10 DKI.I.AMKAllH-htatuarj Artists.
WLI.K. NOKADA KKKNCII-Mystiwlmn (iloli.
10 PKIXCIPLK MAI.K AM) XKMALK KQI KSTIUANS 10
T1IK 8 PKTIT8. AKKIAI, II A K KlTHAOHIllNAKY.
LKON AXU 8I-N0ING MLLK "TRILRY."
THK KMTKIW VOKTKX Triple Keviilvltig Trapeie.
OUR BTREKT PARADK.
At 10 a m., dnllv, is the finest ever put on the streets. A Hunborst of Pilrnrtor.
A Trlumtih of Art. Utine; and 8hk1 Taste, with lavish Luxury ot Hpset
artilar Kffsot, and Greatest Pretesssonal Features Concelvslila.
Excursions Run on Kvery Line of Trarel. No (iambllii(r Devices Tolerated
NEVER DIVIDES. NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
First
National
Bank,
ALBUQUEBQUE, N. M.
JOBHCA S. RATN0LD9 Prfaldsnt
m. v. ri,ui k.U1 Vloa President
A. A. KKKN Cashisr
KliAMi ItcKKK AssUtant-Cashler
A. A. GRANT.
Capital $100,000.00.
Tk Bank of Commerce in Alkprp, N. H.
DIALS IN rORKION KXCHANIiR AND I8SUKS LKTTEHS OF CREDIT.
Solicits Accounts and Offer to Depositor Krery Facility
Couslateot wltb Frorliabl Hauklug.
DIUKCTOHSi
M. 8. Otsso, President. J. C. Bai.dhiixjb, Lumber. W. C. Lbunabd, Capitsll
B. P. Suhustsr. Vlcs l'realilent. A. KisaMANH, Klarmaun Uru.. Wool.
W. H. Hthicklbh, Cashier. A. M. Blackwbll, tinwa, Hlackwell a Co., Unset.
II. 1, Kmkhbom, Asalatanl Caalner. W. A. Maxwell, C'soitali.t.
Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc Railway.
THE SrJ? IGUtlVlO
SAMPLE AND OLTJH ROOK'
Finest Whiskies. Brandias, Sines, Bin.
33EjBisro TnvmTirBr issrionir.
JOSEPH DARISTT, Proprietor.
10 Weat Pallroad Aa Atbaa.ert
SAMPLE ROOOM.
"The fletropole"
The Btit and Finest Liquors
Served to
JOHN WICKSTHOM,
PKOPRIKTOK.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.,
Second Street
eu a- ,r,'.i'-'i'n, Between Railroad and Copper Ave.,
If'- V;, 9fJ Horsis
Bought and
Exchanged.
THE BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITV.
Address W. L, TRIMBLE &
3 Ring Circus
l MltltONAIRP xv
v
Grand
' r
Splctacuia
BALLET.
'i Ik a-i la. t I 111 II.,.
PRESENmiONiOS4
the vvTtfsi.r
Greatest.grandest1
best of Americas
shows.
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Depository for the tfanta Fe
Pacific and the AtchlsoD,
Topeka and Santa Fe iUll-
road Companies.
OFFICERS 11D DIRECTORS:
AnthorUsd Capital J0,oao.0
Pald-np Capital. Surplus
aud ProflU ir,000.
CLUB ROOMS.
and Ggars, Imported and Domestic
All Patrons.
Late of the
St. Elmo.
and
Livery, Sal?, Feed
and Transfer Stables
CO Albuquerque, New .Mexico.

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