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OFFICIAL VOTE OF BERNALILLO COUNTY, N. M.
. m isjas a 11 Cast at the Election Mild Tuesday, November 8, iNu8. WHY m POWDER r. if: r r ROYAL BAKING Absolutely Pur Mad tnm par grape cram ef tartar TIlElJAllA'CllliN HCGHm VcrUKIOMT. Pirushfr Tuos Hc.ihks Klil.'t W. T. Wc rkk.ht. Pro. Mgr. and CKy Kd fl nl,lHK l.tlLt llllllltlilllLl. Associated Press Afternoon Telegrams, Official Psper of Bernalillo Cnniy. Largsst City ami County Circulation The Largest New Mexico Circulation Largest North Arixina Circulation ALBLQUKhgl'K. NOV. 15. 181 tHI OLORKlt VICTOAVT. 8asta Ft, Not. II, DjW. To the Rtpnullr ant of New Meik-oi Tlil eoniuiiuee eougratulaiee you upon the gallant work dona at the polls ot Taeaday, the 8 ib, and opoo the glorlotir results wliirb bav followed. They are more far-reaching than at first glanc appears. By your vote yon have sbowa tbat New lleileo believe la and endorse the cardinal drlnclplM ot the republican party, protection to product and Indus try and "an booeet dollar with a chance to earn Ik" You have not only elected a republican delegate wbo thoroughly be lleTee In these principles, dot yon hare elected a legislature which Is aimoat nnanimoDsly republican. For the Brut time la twenty yean the territorial legislature Is In political accord with tn. administrations at Washington and Baula Fe. With tbts grand showing we can demand admission as a state with renewed confidence d assurance thai our prayers will be favorably heard. The democratic and populist parties, the unionists and (uelonlsts are practically dead. We are now together In the grand republican party. Let ns stay together. If we do we will carry the territory lu won by IU.000 majority. To do this however, ws munt be honest and earnest workers. The time has pawed whet traitorous republicans should be recog n'id. We have done well In spite ol tVm at this election. If ws are to reap the frnlts of our labor and gala additional victories we must '.and Qinily nulled, not only against th einimon enemy, bat even more so against losldlous foes within, those who scratch one name on the republican ticket and vote and work for bis opponent; thos who for "personal reasons" rote and work against our nominee, and those political Pharisees who Claim to be republicans, and better than their party ; each and all ot these should be treated aa enemies worse and more dangerous than the open democrats. Let ns from this day until the close o' the polls at the election ol IUUO strive not only to sustain our pres ent glorious record, but to Improve It, aud weed out from the (arty all those who do not heartily, bouejtly and faith fully support lis principles and Its nom inees by their words and act. To this great end we mast organise now for the eampalgn of 1W0. W have organtatloo oa paper, but It has been the custom heretofore for the territorial and county committees to disband immediately tier election, and do nothing until the no ninating convention meets two years thereafter, when new committees are ap pointed, and In the brief time of theemi palgn are expected to make a new organ isation. This U all wrong and productive of much loss of valuable time. The con gressional committee Is In session all the time, and Its work la being done more effectively between the elections than during the campaign. This should be our plan. The present committees should see to the more perfect organisa tion la their eoun lee and precincts and repo t to the members ot the territorial commutes from time to time what they have done and are doing. The precinct la the basts ot the organisation from which all good resulte corns, and on which we must depend for success. See that the precinct organisation Is In strong, true bands and the result la as sured. Again congratulating you upon your remarkable victory in IKh, aud confi dently predicting a greater In IDOO, we are your faithful servants, John 8. Clark, Chairman. IIax. FB06T, Secretary. rOPULISM IS DltO. Asslstaut Secretary Byao, who has been campaigning In Kansas aud has re turned to vYattblDgton. la speaking of the election there aald: "Fopalle in. In my opinion, has been completely wiped out. alost of the populists wera with us In this election, and I thluk we will hold them. The rest may keep np a semblance ot an organization or drift Into the dem ocratic camp, but populism as a fores In politics has, I believe, passed away. "1 attribute onr victory to three causes the prosperity which the state has en Joyed under the present administration, the popularity of the president and the splendid manner In which the eampalgn was managed. During the past year Kansas has been remarkably prosperous. Compared with the conditions whteb eslsled under the last administration, we are enjoying marveiously good times. The farmers particularly have been bene fitted by the changed conditions. Pros perity has discredited popullatle argu meula." A VlUTOKf SUM USUI. Carlluvilie, III., Nov. 18. The differ suoes betwnen the Chlcago-Virdsu Coal Company and the Virden aud Auburn aud the slrlklug miners have been settled, and the shall will soon bs In operation. The eompauy agreed to pay the stale scale ot 40 cents per ton, but did not want to tear dowu the stockade. Kluaily the company accepted His offer ot the miners that they would take It down and eharge the company nothing for the lahor. Adiutant-tieneral Boose, of Rprtngfleld, notlam! bhertff Liaveuport thai the re maining troops guarding the Chicago Vlrdeu Coal eompauy'a shaft at Virden would be removed to day. Headers of the press reports remember that the Virden miners' strike has been one of the fiercest labor struggles in the eouutry. The coal company sought to rednoe the scale of wages agreed to by LMritiilf to t 'utigrvai, -I euro I 'erea. It ... , II. Ii. I1 i-mumou, 1. i ti rilnl ial l.HltHll liiiKli.i, It Home, I I iuii Hi, It Scyxr. I l(rrr-aulau'a Ouiii-rrri, 11 Alartiluio llava. It. . 1 aliio ln-aoia, it. . . . fealKilvl, I 1 L. Henry, 1 . V. 1 lim a. I. . . C'eutitj Vitiiuiiaii.iii-ti a.. A. .Mivra, It atie Jnliiiavu, 1 lialiarrva. It L .1'. Unroll. I Jam Uoiuire. M. H. Ularo. I. I'ruliai Jung fcnudotal, It. . . ! Ham. I . . . . l'r..l.Hif t,'lTk it. J. A. cMHiiiiK'rt). It. WbiU'omb, I i'raaaunr aud Coliwlor J oat L. I'iti-ii, It 11. Itrtx kinvHT, I Hb.r.d- Tboa. 8. 11iiIiIh.1, It... l'rrfecto Aruiijo, I..., fekbool Hniprint'nilcnt Krauk A. llubbvll. It. Jsrsuiillo, I . BurTejror l'unoii, It 8tvor, I Aaaeaaor J. M. HnndoTsl. It J. M. M.x.ro, I For Itivtr Coniuii.ioniT the rvutibll the mine owners and operative miners of he various chief coal producing state lu the qdIoo held at Clilraft-o In th he (Inniuf of the present vear. To iiavi. l lowed this the miners felt would he the neans of reducing His ecsle r ites for mining coal all along the lines, and made the Chicago agreement a nnllttj rhe action, therefore, of tlm Vlnl 'ti cm any was reHltd hjr the mine's of the onn'rysnd rtipported hy the operator llHsatirQed wltli the Chicago ecule. He tides, the politicians figured prominently 'n the fight. Gov. Tanner tm.k the elde -f the miners, aud others oppiwed. This lav an Interest to the cotileHl through-1 inline country ai large oi more mao .rdlnary Interest. Tlcre Is much divi sion of opinion as to the legality of the nourse pureunl hy the governor of Illi nois, but there can hardly be any ilouM that had he been oppomd to the miners try would have liwt the light. EvehY time the DemocMt the corpor ation organ gets angry It announce through Ite editorial columns that A. A. Orant purchased the Morning Democrat for the "ptirpoM of giving the people of the place a reipectalile newspaper." Ye Mode and little Qlifn! Has reepctuliility got so low among our generous and open hearted merchants and cIllxeiiM generally that they Lavs to be Itmulled and re minded, every once end a while, tint Mr. llraut bot'ght out Col. J. 0. Albright so as to Improve soe'ety, f r, In the language ot the corporation organ, "give the peo pie ot the place a reHpectatile news paper T It Is sour grapes with the lem ocrat Kiting crow has soured the stomacl.s ot the democrats and the temporary heavy writer on '.he corporation organ They all envy the success and the popu larity ot Tim Citizen, and the milk in the cocoanut for the Insane attacks of the Democrat on T UK Citi.kn, epe-lally as to Its long article ot thin morning, Is that The Citi.kn will continue to le the official ptper of BiTtiallllo county. The republicans will have 181 mem here In the neithoueof representatives. The democrats will have H'rfi and the pop ulists and Independents 8. This, on the part ot the republican party. Is one of the most extraordinary results that has been achieved In recent years. KVKBl paper in the country that lias not used the following or a similar para graph, please stand up: "Now that the election Is over, let's get to work." due would thluk that the population ot the entire country bail been Idling Its time away. Is laughter harmful V arks a medical journal. Well it's likely to beifym laugh when you meet a defeated candi date. AbOl'T the only tiling the republicans have lost lately is the Mrts Teresa, aud even this may be saved by later return. A Kl.NHArt man had the life kicked out of him, and the new reporter said: "He met bis death at the bau 1 of a horse." EHMMjtsrMl bjr a Wunuaa. Another great dlecovery has been made, and that loo, by a lady in this country. "luea-w fastened its clutches upon her aud for seven years she wilhitood lis se- veresls tests, tint lo-r vital organs were undermined and death aeemed imminent Kor three months s e coughed Incessant ly, and could not sleep. She dually dm covered a way to rec v-ry, by pnr lia-.ing ot us a bottle of Dr King's New Discov er for Consumption, aud was so much relieved on taking the Urat dose, that she slept all utghl, aud with two bottles, , has Oeeu alwiiuleiy cure,. Her name In Mrs. Luther l.utx." Tlui" writes W. C. liamuilck A Co.. i f Hhet ... . ('. Trial bottles free at J II O K ell. A Co 's drug stors. ltegular eiz- .', i c. n'a and l. Kvery Itolile Ktiarunle. d. Now is the lime to orler our I Ini k account bo.k',HU th. y bo llioro i: h seasoned, when y.ni up, u a new f-K f book lbs flrnt of the .ear. Allklr.lMrf blauk bsiks mde st I hk ( iti.in t in t ery. lt us give vou p ic.- on y ur work before Nemling it out of lon. A N laW'OK V AKl IlimiltM K. To make It apparent to thousaiiilH, who think themselves ill, that they are n t alliicled with any dlHeaee, liut that the aiatein simply needs cleaiiHiug, Is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive coliitlllou la eaeily curie! by lining Hyrup ot Kign. Manufactured by the California Kig Hyrup Co. only, and sold by all druggists. f V'. ; . , A 3.1 5 i ' I t i : I I " i:n ; i lHl 111 lC, U I .Mj I vi'-'ii avlii,:i, III III Kllliil.l .-,!., l ::ti ,H I!-' ! i;."i IJs 1 ! , ; 1 IM, I XI, 1 1 ."i:i,iiii a l"ij I'l,:!,,;! Mil i.tjisi i hi li's nd tui xij I :in i i ."i:t iiij 4:i -(i7j .i,:tH:mj Nil 1 in.., I III III I , I C. 4, 1 :lo, :mi .vs, 1 i- .:t : 1 ij i;i.i lit Mi i:ij !i;i '; 1 1 1 1 ,i' .". Hi, iii . . 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When Het'U by a Times n porter last night, Mr. Hampton ald that he had had very pleasant trip sn far without lncl dents of anv kind and was very much plpawd to ei Kl l'ano again as he has manj iiihiiuk iire He Hiitd that hU new road, the Mexico, Cm rnevaca A I'aelile, in being pushed on to completion and I" now built 175 miles out f nm the City of Mexic o. It ban ben etid for some time to the old c'ty of Ciiernavaca, one of the most lutereetlng cities lu Mexico, and Is doing a good hi! .tnene. W hen completed it will run to Acainl(i, one of the principal ports of the Hai'lOc con.t of Mexlcn and will open up one of the richest eectlonn of Country In the republic and will be the great highway between the capital and the e-i.i rn count. Tills rial will bs the lira '.o connect thl wcilun with the Interior. Ill car wan brought over the river laet night and will b attached to the outgo it g Santa Kit to d iy. Ki Paio Times. Ilil'kla' Arulea Kt. The best Halve lu the world for I'ute, llruleee, Mores, I'lc.-rs, Ha t Kiieuin, K,-er Hori M, letter, Cliupp-d Hau iH, ( hillilalu-, 'orim ami all hkiu KniptloiiH, and pol Ively ci re l'lle... or no pur r.quired ll is guaranteed to give perfect estlnfac Un;i or nu n y refunded. Price 2S cent" oer lnx. Kor euiii by J. II. O'ltielly & Co., Drugghts. nil mtittt. Krom the ln.liuttial AdvertLer. Mrs. J. K. Cook Is expected to arrlv oon from an extended vinit in the east ern states. Mrs. Miry A. JackHon, of Prk, li.mtou. a relation of our live Insurance man, i sojourning with J. K Huiitu. Klf.go B.tca ret irned from the south- eanteru counties of thl territory. He acted in the capacity of Interpreter at the courts there. K. D. Coon is tuny alien ling to his dis tilling plant. He 1 s ion to place on the market the products of it, coind-ting of ai'ple, plum, grape ami peach brandy. Ili'V. Igiiacio (irom, the worthy paetor of the Catholic church In this city, ha returned from a several week' vacation in the upper counties, where hi has been sojourning In guest of health. Tuendij morning an old frame build lug, acioes the a. reel from C. T. Itrowu'r livery stable, was diecovered to be on lire. The tire boys were on baud prompt ly and did effective service, but nothing of the building uor of its contents could lie eared. The place had been occupied by I. K. (iibbous and ued as a carpenter 4hop and a geueral lumber etore room The loss is conetderablH as there were lu the buildiug a lot of costly tools and machluety which Is dilticult aud costly to replace; no Insurance. Yellow JauiMllca Curail. Suffering humanity should be supplied wun every means punsilile lor Its relief It Is with pleasure we pulduli the follow, uig: "line is to cerliir that 1 was a ter riiile eutlnrer from yellow Jaundice for over hix moutiiM, ana was treated lit some ot the lient pliymclaim In our city, auu an 10 uo avail, iir. Hen. our drug gist, recommeiideil Klectnc Hitlers, aud after taking two bottles, I was entirely cured. 1 now take great pleatiiue In reoouimeudlug them to any pt r-uiu eiif fering from this terrible malady. 1 am gratefully yours, M A lingartv, l.extng t ill, Ky." Kold by J. H. U Itlelly Ac Co. ('apt. Max Luna aud wife, registering from Lih Lillian, are at Hturges' K iro peail. This gallaut Bough ltider will represent Valencia county as one of the memliers of the lower house of Km next territorial li gielature. lit I I KK A COLD IN USE l.V Take Laxative llrotuo QuIiiIiih Tablets. All diuggintH refund the money if it falls to cure, lioc I he genuine L. H. H ou each lab'vt. Our old towiiNinali, (ieo. S. Ramsey, formerly connected with the uuivemlly, was elected lant Tuesday superintendent of schools for Kreeiio county, California. Dm. W. Hcrugg. representing the Singer Hewing 4i.. chine tMitnpiuy, was a paaaenger laat night for Clayton, N. M. t . r . 1 r r ' r - I-1 1 . 1 .if, i.-M : : . I I I IK, III 1.l.-i1 II is n ii:i;n 17 ; I IIKt.'l ."ill III; I I S)'.'l l j l: 47, 1 ::, i,ii.-i I I ! 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One cold no rconcr pauses o'T before snoiTirr comes. Hut It's the same old eolith all the time. And It's the same old story, too. There is first the cold, then the cou'eh, then pneu monia or consumption with the long slckncns, nnd lie tremb ling in the balance. loosens the rnisp of yourcoiiRh. The conr.eMiou of the throat snd luii" it removed; all in flummutiou i3 subdued; the parts tiro put perfectly st rest and the eolith drops away. It has no diseased tissues on which to hang. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster draw out Inflammation of the lungs. HHiiiftiiiwr w hjT h Mllriil TWpstrt. oil Iikvv ail v mm ti tint m hut- r aiit you vn Mailil jr i.ui.ii tiM-l'ir frt-rly hi vt I prompt ri-i' T. wtthnut ri A l.lic.a. UlL. J r vlv IiWcll, UaVA. Attention, Waeealieea I Regular review Allitl tUeriiie Tent, No. 1, K. O. T. M., this evening it 8 o'cliH'k, at the K. I'. hull. on tiidd avenue. All memlxTN Hre ear nestly reotiested to at tend. Hy order of the commander. R. K.iiiMHY. R. K. Slier: fT Stewart, of K Idy county, piiHaed through the city Imt night on bla way to Santa Ke with Jime llernandes and Augtwtluo L'rma, who will nerve ten and twenty years rep. cllvely lu th peniten tiary for the murder of a peddler In Kddy county. U. S. Durrill. of Sedalla. Mo., who dls ptwed ot a carload of hori.es In this city I ant winter, reached the city laat ulbt on his way lo Mexico wth three car loads of 11, litetn cattle, which he will diep ise ot titers. Jiditi J. Mcl'ourt, of White Oaks, afttr spending a day in this city, went north to Colorado la-d night, where he may conclude to locate. V. V. C atk, who has charge of tl e Washington mine in the Ci chill dibit lit came down (n in Hland iaet night. Awarded llgrhest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair. DiX' CflEAMa 1A A Purs 11 ripe Cream ol Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THF STAND A Fit I n it C!fl mm - ? r v i r; : Ml:!?:?; : I i ! i i ! 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UD, 1704 1,2111,12, S.27II 7 I 5,lti I 17 I I I .is 13, lit; IS (VS 6!,27H 33 11 1H7H 047 i:, i.-, o7r,, H, n;n, I(m I II rii'7u; 7 71111,411' r. tin, tmamu 11; , 1 .". , t , i;:t: 1 1 7, nJUj 4J wiioo 17 Mil tl IH 3.-1 1 1 1 i i i 17 7oi 31 3s;i3 4i 7.11 H IS .It!: Ms, I17 5S 27H2 3Hj 1271 1828 I I ll Ml2772 3oil32:1870 I I I I I IS 1,1 4ltj IS .V.i I f','"! I I I I M Tr. - j:. S(S; 4 inluililoii. 7.1(1; IVrt-s, 7U8. CKHHII.'iH U 'MP COAL TOOK THE KIHST Piil.K AT TIIK WtHtl.D'S KAIIl. PROFESSIONAL CARD. rimr, ii msi'ho. TIIK HKST VIOLINIST IN TIIK TKH I iilorv, will kivc vinlin aim! harmony let umn; atll fiirni-Oi Ihe tM orclietra lor liall. Iarltrn Hiwl rum en. Addre-u. iii-nerul Dellv. ery. I'ontollit e. IiHS HIMHIIP HIsHOI nOMIKOl'MlllC PHYSICIANS AND ineif h. keild.-iu e. No. A'4'4 Kelelier ivi-iiiif. otlire room 17, Whitloir buddlns. New telephone, lu:. Mrn. Mnrioti lllahop, M. I) , otlii e hour. !i to K p. m. Krunk 1. HtRhop, M. I)., ollii .. hours, lo to U a. m. and 1 to a mil 7 to H p. in. NKW MKMCO Uin.l.KI TIOM AOKNDY. t.lll'Ul'KKiJt'K, NKW MKXIC'O. C(IL t lertiont tn.if1e rvt-ry where. No etiatgv unk'M cIhiiii in rei.lied on. Coirecpondence Holin'eo. (Hlirra: Koomt and U, Coluin Iu Hilildltitf. S. U. t.ll.lHT, W. Al.KX. SL THKHt AND. Altornev. Malinger. KKI. A. MNVIte.H TTOKM.V AT LAW. Room 10, Crom- at-tl tl,K'lt. Albugo, tque, N. M. .11)11 N TA4I II Kit. M II , lJIIYMIC'lAN AND SI K(,l:i)V -UMIre In A A r rtn;. biilliloia. conirr of KmlriMul av. eliue an, l l llll, I atrrel. I loiim, M :HO to 11a. in ; I lo it p. in. special intention glveo to i liroliic and iliiM-HHei. uf wiuiietl. K A4I r-.llll t t KAartKIIIV MU K h and renideni e. No. 4 1 '4 well (iold Mv.'hut-. 'I el' phone No. '4H. Utli.e bourl a to ti u. in. ; I :W to :i Uo ami 7 lo H p. in (i .1. KhI. r. av. U. I), i. S. KuKterdaV. M. D. W . IKII'K. M l. Kr Ii K III H KS-fntll lit. in. and from it,, to :i:iio ami iioin 7 to s p. rn. Ultlie idein-e. sivu arai Oold avenue, Albu. uii.l re- gut'Oiu,-, N. At. iiKKihr, AC J. A liar. It. I. a. A K VI It) III.UCK, opp wite llleld "'. I 'a No. i f Oilier houn- s a in. ti. l'J:Mo p. m p. ll Hill to Ei It. in Autoin.ilu- teletiiiuiia No. 'i.oiniint-nta iiiaile py mail. Mi asAkU s Kiint v, T'l'OKN K Y-AT-LA W. Alliuoueruue. N. i V M. riumpt alU'iinon aiveu pi all buat Heal pert;iiatii to tli pr dea-lon. Will prav tlre in Ml I ,'oitita ol the territory and before thtt l ll.lt d Stutt-a land ollie. W I I.I.I U It. LKK. TTOHNKY-AT LAW. Oltiir. room 7. N. I . Ainu) tin ilma. Will tijilice lu all cototaol tile temtoiy. A1 Tit JUNIUS AT LAW. Altiiu, nm-. N. AI Mhi v. f..iiii o .tnti H. I" iral NaUioii.il lUlih h.iiiili-iu. I'. W. I li,t i . v t i : I Y- M l.MV, Alhiioiieiqiie, N. nli, r ir. t Nation ,1 lliink building. rmK w. n.Ni , A T'OKVKY AT I. W, momi and 8. N. riinio l.iuiiling. Albuquerque, N. M. a.. M. IMlllMiN, A TT( IKNKY-AT LAW. Olli,e over Kob a V ertaon'a gtiH ery atore. Albuaur-uue, N .M. Ilia It, it fluui'. A piece ot II tuuel dampened with I'haiiitierlatu'e Pain balm aud bound ou to the Reeled par s Is superior to any plaster, when troulded wi'h apaluln the meet i r sole, or a lame back, give It a trial V. ti are Certain to be more than pl-aeed with the prompt relief which It Honln. la In Halm Is also a certain cure tor rhetimatlHiu. Kor sale by all drug gists. Huuaiholrl tiuodi. Illgheet cah prices paid tor furniture aud hoUHehuld gotala. T. A. WuiTTEN. It iih Ilia ( hlldraa. Chamberlalu's Cough Remedy has saved the liven of thousands of rroupy children. It is also without au (qual lor Colds aud whooping cough. A complete assortment of ladles' per cale tlannelette aud woolen wrapawa, from imc to f a to each. Roeenwald ttroe. SHOF ST The Red School House Waa a.a' U I 'aaaaaaa' .TiU rillTIYUITV 213 Railroad &?e. A. SIMPIER & CO, ulioulil n mnn assure his life? Ilecuuse to most men life assurance is th only means of making al)solntelv secure the future of their loved ones. Hecause through lindowment Assurance a mnn, hy makinjf small annua' deposits, may buy a fortune to bepiidto htm ot the end of twenty years. Hecause an adequ.ite Endowment policy accomplishes the two pica aims of a man's life; protection for his family and provision for his own future These reasons make it worth while to assure, even if a few household economies mu t be pricliced. IL-tter for the wife to econom z : a little now than to be forced to economize for a life-time. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. "Strongest in the World." WALTER NliW KEL1NI fs EAKlti T holesalo Liquor md C'gar Deal rs. AND KlI.E AiKNT3 FOR .5. We hniidle everything in our line. A complete lllimttated rice list sent free upon application. mm i.tmr.ni PK1CKU Llgl DU HUL'SK lu the west. Ill SOUTH riHST aiKKKT. ALBLQL ERQUE, N. M. WAN f ED, VOK SALK, KANT AHO LOST WanMHl. Wanted A good second band show case. Kui)ulre at Citiikn ofllce. Wanted Gents' second hand clothing. No. 4oo south Klrst street, between Coal and Lead avenues. Address or call on K 1-WgKNEY. Wanted In every town, a local repre sentattve; lady or gentleman; easy work, good pa;, no capital required; paymeut every week. Add'ess tor particulars. C. L. Uarechal Art Co , S4H Kim street, Dal las, Texas. For lUat, To Rent Nice sunny rooms, first slaer beds, cheap. Over poetoQloe. Kor Kent Furnished front room, also good barn. 402 south Kdlth streeU Kor Kent Dwelling, 700 north Third street. Call at premises In the forenoou. Klrst elsss furnished rooms for rent Inquire of Mrs. Brunswick, upstairs over the postoQlce. Vnr Runt Kls room house, ehean bv the year only; In good repair, all oewlv papered aud painted. Apply to J. K. Luthy. House of seven rooms for rent with furniture for sale to party renting bouse. Knqulre at No. 110. south Thild street, up stairs. A I ura aiKa at C'roap. Hoarseness la a child that is subject to erotip Is a sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlaln'a Cough Remedy Is given as soou as the child be cornea hoarse, or even after the croup? cough has appeared. It will prevent the attack. Many mothers who have croupy children always keep this remedy at band aud Hnd that it aavea them much trouble and worry. It can always be de pended npon and is pleasant to take. Kor sale by all druggists. Tor Sala. I have some property In the Santa Clara valley near San Jose, Cat . that I will sell cheap, or trade for property In Albuquerque, New Mexico. Kor partleu lars address John 0. Dow, Albuquerque, N. kl , In care ot Donahoe Hardware com pany. In IHH1 Thos Mclolo-di, of Allentown. Tenn., had an attack ot dyseutery which became chrrnio. I was treated by the beet phyalclans In Kast Tnuesse with out a cure," he says. "Kluaily I tried Chamberlaln'a Colic, Cholera aud Diar rhoea remedy. After using about twelve bottles I was cured sound and well." Kor sale by all druggists. "Procrastination la the thief ot time" and will cause yoi some plumbers' bills It you don't provide an abundant coal supply before that sudden oold snap domes ou; Cerrilloa bard and soft coal. Ilatin X Co. New stock kid gloves, novelties In neckwear aud hosiery lust received at Oolden Rule Dry Good Co. Carpenters' tools. W bltr ey Co. A Vl V lltUaItlVl SCRPAS1K3 KOR WKAR ANY Ul'ilKK SCUUOL btiUK. The '-Ford" Ladles' Shoes canuot be beat for style aud quality. The "Florsheim" Gentlemen's Shoe Is without a superior, both In styles aud wear. Our Motto; Prloes." "Rest Goods at Lowest Kor sale by I Bottled in Bond. N. PARKMURST, Oeneral Manager, MCXICO AM) ARIZONA Oi:PAKTMl.N r, Albuquerque, New Mexico. WM. CHAPLIN if fe'-rrr'"?;"'.t : kataA Maifcarf I,.", aw aMUil 1 I 1 I. - suli s lUitton and fata5V XN. P,-Vo!T4V I ,Trrrr iWfojT1 Good Goods at Low Prices. 1 10 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. Ho for Jemez Albuquerque Foundry and farhine Works R. P. HALL, Pkoi'kiktor, Iron and limes Canting; Ore,, Con I und Lumber Cars; Shafting, Pulisys. Grate Pars, Kabliit Metal; CnlumiiH and Iron Fronts for Building; Repairs on Mining and Mill Machinery a Specialty. KOl'NDUV: SIDK HAILKOAI) THACK, ALUl'Ql'KKQl'E, N. M. G. HENRY, M. p. nM!''' Thirty Hli Yer' Practice, Hie Laat Ten In Denver, Col. A cure guaranteed In every rase undertaken when' a cure Is practicable and possible. Gonorrhoea, gleet, and stricture speedily cured with Dr. Kloord's itemadles. Kerent rases permanently cured within three days. No Cubebs, Handle wood Oil nor Copaiba ned. Spermatorrhoea, seminal Ineses, niifht emissions. In somnia, deepondency. radically cured Kloord's methiHl pranttoed In the World's Htwpltal, Paris. Keference over ZI.inmi within the last ten years. Can refer to OHices, UU7 Seventeenth street, near Champa, D'ner. Colo. KngltHh, French, Ger man, Polish, Russian and Hnhemian Hpoken. ('onsuitatina and one examination free. Correspondence solicited strictly rontldeutlal. NERVl t'U i ' Vi.VLITV r lObr VliOFl. AND MANf.OOD Cirtl LupoteTKV Nitil Lntiaitjfis f d wmiiiic r9 i ataraw. au cilrcis ct arii-jbur. or ct.i't at bfaiai itM ouM akw ta Nlc cr.r-k. and rt. t IKJ alori iti lir ol vciiti. hy rea4 6 On per Clla; Vk. i" fl aoira ior (2.60; h a wunui auaraeca 10 ear ir rctund UM naMcv. trout! NlcSkll t., Clisfs jKfctoa tH., CMM. JOHPJ C. BlKKVi Alhuqurrquo, N. M. Flril atraat aud (told Afiuua. J. O. Giileou, dealer In turnllure. Uoves, rrtH'kery and sla-s ware; house hold goods bought, sold aud eichanged. Highest prices paid lor second h -nd goods. See me before you buy or sell. No. 2oHtoutb Kirst street. He war ol Olntuisuti Cor Catharr (bat Co tala Atarrur j. as nieeury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole ejHiera when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescrip tions from reputable phyHtcinua, as the damage they will do is ten told to the good you can poselbiy derive from them Hall e Catarrh Cure, manufactured by r. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O , contains no mercury, aud Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of theeystym. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genii- lue. It Is taken luternally and is made In Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free. tf"Sold by Druggists, price Too per bottle. sharp Kaneh. Kor sale or exchange, a tirst-clasn sheep ranch. Abundance of water. Summer aud winter range. DUNAHUK HAKIlWAHK l O Hla-hait Vaab frlaai fata For furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing, trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc. Hart's, 117 Gold avenue, uext to A ells Kargo Kxpress ofllce. bee me before you buy or sell. The Albuiuertue Abstract company (tucorporated) has the only complete, up to date eel of books lu the County Ab itracls furulnhed on short notice and at reasonable price. Why take chances ot mistakes In looking up titles from in dexes? J. M. Moore, Manager, I'il south decoud street. New phone til. All kluds of special ruling, blank book work, magazine binding and bailee stamping done lu the heat poradhle man ner at TukCitiKN bindery. Come In aud see samples and prices of work be fore ordering elsewhere. All correMind ence concerning this da's of work care fully attended to. Call In and see Anderson & Co's line of samples, which Ur. Kates Is showing In the large cuts; It will uy you. Hiuos ktku.n, the Railroad avenue clothier. If you need anything in silks it will pay you to attend Me Koom mint rtalc this week. Stove repairs for any stove made. Whitney Co. mi iaU A I oniplot.1. tSlo-k of the Douglas Shoos ami Slippers. arc Shoes of All iescripuons. JOHNSTON .V MOORE'S Famous Stages Leave EVERY TUESDAY MORNING S-TFor the Res:rl. Livery, Feed and Fales Stables. HACKS to any part ot the oity for only 25c. Old Telephone No. 0 New Telephone No. lit COPIER AYEHDF, Bet. Second and Third SL Syphilis a Specialty. MKN OMLV IK1AII.O patients siirRessrully treated and cured patients cured, by permission. Investigate, .HOLLER'S .tot) Copper Ave. . Horseshoeing specialty. Wagon re pairing and all other kind ot Blacksmith work guaranteed. DB.Gunrj'S& ONE FOR A DOSE, nil I Q lUaaora flmplra. fiaiauS W" I I I l,u.naarW,Th.blol, I I bkV Bove-mout m th bowels fr tfjiiti. aafActa ii ! ai aaaial J VIsm fun, wm vill ntfttl mpi tr. or tmU boa fr I lief DtllrMI ITN IOr IMISB, lOI Call at Headquarters for leather. Harness, Saddles, Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Cut Soles, Shoe Nails, Hames, t bains. Whips, Collars, Sweat Pads, Cator Oil, Axle Grtaae, H Mton Coach Oil, I'nto Negro, Kuddy Harvester Oil, Nea'sfootOil. Ird Oil, Harness Oll.l.luseed Oil, Castile Soap, ' Harness Soap, Carriage Sponge, Chamois Skiu, Horse Medicines. I'rloi'H tlm Iiivest... Highest Market Price Paid for Hides and Skins. Wool Commission Thos. F."ke"lEUE1., Ktillroad Av., Albuguerqaa. II Ikf Ii ll 1 litiD IM.IX.tli.Ut r-iuMy .,r t.nuurrliii-fi, t.i.- t, I p r m ft 1 1) r r ht, Hlui-w. uiiutlurtl ilii- rllratf. ir ftllf iDflaAOlUlfta li.iit, irrilavliuu or Uiir li--n f in m uui mt-ni- rHtEvNlCHiU",ii Ho. trftDiva. Nun awiriLi ut. .P'sl tr cKprtM. pre pail), (ur FJl' M - -. r S lwttlrr, a 7V A a Ideal flaoa. If you are searching for the Ideal ell mate in the I lilted Staies lu which to upend tli"e winter months, where yoa can also Und a hot mineral water oueur paseed for the cure of rhmmatlsm, kid ney and stomach disorders, aud a new ami neatly furnlrihed "Casa-del-Con-Hindu," run upon the American plan and with American cooks, with splendid bathing accommodations and a place where coiiNUinptives do not disturb your pence and comfort for they are not In-vlted-go to Hudson Hot Springs on the Santa Ke railway In Grant county, r ilia A. K. Graham, Hudson, N. M., for Information. Our ussortmeiit of ladles' silk andvel vet waists is so far ahead ot anything ever shown lu this city that It needs no comment on our part. Kosenwald Bros, BLACKSMITH SHOP S 0-Art,tiuJ m m 4W ftart u atrtatur Pa-4 'MTHll wwtArti V X 0 a53!l V n--r" av-a-RfMi-viay ..- -.Vv.,"-(f,v"'."J" " '