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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HUOHKS A McVKKKJUT, Piulihhuiw
Tnrw. Huumw Kdltor
W. T. Vcf KKKiBT, Boa. Vr. and City Kd
rCHLIDHBU DAIL AMD WUKI.I,
AnctaUd Yrmm Aftarnnon Telirraiiia
Official i'pr ot Bernalillo CotintT.
l.argmi City and County Circulation
I he Lara-wit Nrw Mf tleo Circulation
Larirmt North Arltona Clrealallon
ALBl'Ql'KRqi'K. MAY I, im
THE AMCHIl'AN fXAO.
i Whra Fndom from her mountain height
Unfurled bet standard lu lb air,
rib tore the aiure mix of night
And act the Man of glory then I
ttha mingled with in gorgeum dye
Tb mllkr belartc of toe akin.
And etlped lu pur cclrMial white
With atreaklnge of the morning light I
Then, from his maneton to the gun.
bhe called ber eagl bearer duwa.
And gave Iota hie migluy band
The symbol of bet chuaeo land.
Maleetlc monarch of the cloud.
Who leant aloft thy regal form.
To bet the tempcat Uumpmgf loud.
And are the lightning lance driven.
When etrtve the warrior of the eturm.
And roHe tlie thunder drum of heaven
Child of the aun, to thee ll gives
To gaard the banner ut the free;
To hover In Ui aulphur amoke,
To war! away the battle etrokes
And bid Its blending, ahine alar.
Like rainbows on tue uluutl. ol w.i,
Like luublngera of vlcturyl
Jociph R. Daaaa.
THE United blab will pay Its volun
teer soldier In gold.
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MicBOBis are so niiuute that 150,000,
0U0 esn ba o nifortabl accommodated on
penny postage stamp.
IT will Uke the Philippine Ulandand
a Urge alaed plaster on Spain to pay
Code Sam's Indemnity.
Tbi war baa already udod for Thomas
Collision, a TeunestMW farmer, who went
eraiy over the matter and allot hlmaelf.
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Signal aUtioua, uiauuHl by naval re
serve, are to be etitabllshed all along the
Atlautlc eoaat to report the approach ot
Spaulsh naval veneel.
ALL oar friends and subscriber are
urged to act as agents for 1 m Citukn.
Say a good word for the paper and get
your neighbor to eubecrlbe.
IT 1 believed lu Hanblugton official
circles that after the IneurgenU are
fully armed and equipped they will be
able to send a toroe of 60,000 meu against
To GCABD ajralurt a shortage of fuel
for our Asiatic tltet, the govern men t baa
arranged for the shlpmeut of 00,000 ton
of coal by rail from Peuusylvaula to San
The flist aum ol invasion sent to Cuba
will be made up of 6.000 regular troops,
who will occupy Mataoxa or some other
stiatfgie base of supplies, aud will co
operate with the Cuban Insurgent torors.
THE Silver City Enterprise say: "J
K Holmes, tUs courteomi, euergellc and
hustliug representative of Tm Albd
gi'EMQi'i ClTiziN, was In thl city yes
terday, making friends tor hlmaelf aud
for the excellent paper which he repre
As an evldenos that General Milee Is
getting down to kusluees.lt way be uoted
that hi reoeut clamor for gold lace has
been changed to a recommendation for
the purchase of 10,000 canva uniforms.
the color of mud, to be used la the Cuban
Tbi Democrat 1 the only paper In
New Mexico that ridicules the men who
ar 'Ulstlug In the voluuteer army ot
t ie Uulted State. The owner Is a kid
glt foreign born capitalist aud he has
uo sympathy with the lulled States, or
friendship for the men who are enlisting
to defeud the L'ulou. That sheet has
never displayed the American flag In Its
columns, and has symptom ot disloyalty
In every Issue.
Till use of the Hawaiian Islands as a
ooallug station 1 uow so Important to
the navy that uieaxures will be taken to
secure them without waiting for con
gress to act on the annexation bill. At
present the United Slate ha no foothold
there. Pearl harbor being inaccessible to
anythlug larger than pleasure yachts of
small tonnage and the land about It
being In private hand.
Nothing show more plainly the una
nimity ot sentiment In favor of war with
Spain than the very large proportion of
the militia forces, everywhere, that have
promptly volunteered to serve the coun
try lu r espouse to the call ot the preel
dent. Fully eighty per cent probably
even more than that of the orgaulxt-d
Cltixsu soldiers In every stale have glveu
op, or are reaJy to give up, the avoca
tions of peace to Join the volunteer army
and light lor the freedom of Cuba.
The Democrat Is adopting the toue of
the copperhead press during the late civil
war. It call the volunteer from thl
city "drunken t,ffa" aud other opprob
rious epithet. During the late civil war
the aueaklog copperhead sheets In the
northern stale called the voluuteer
troops "Lincoln hirelings." aud other
name of tu moet Insulting character
The atsy-at-home were patted ou the
back aud encouraged not to enlist. The
Pimocrat of the part three day 1 (tin I
Isr to th ht Htiwl by th "Knight
of th OrMn f Irel" In th p.tmr day
of Vllnrilgrim of Ohio. All th wr
(rorernora wer dunnnntxt Jnt a th
Democrat now np and snarl at Got
rrnor Otero. The volnnteer captain
were hounded and traduced, J tut an th
Democrat la now doing; with Capt. Lnna.
The etiy at horn Horn Gnard were
landed to the eklea by the copperhead
preee of the north. Jut m the Democrat
la now acting. The ownern of moat of
theee copperhead aheeta went to Canada
to eecape the draft and the Indignation
of the people, Junt a the owner of the
Democrat la liable to do If the war with
Spalu become eei n.
lom or SPA iih TRini.
Th In of Ppani'D. train will make
only a slight difTreuc In the aggregata
of International couinvtrce of the United
State. In the laet fleal year the total
trada with Spain, Cuba, Porto film, Phil
ippine Inland. Canary Inland and 8pan
Inh Afrlra wa liO.m.OOy. Of thlaeuni
I.W ,BR3,000 repreeeot Import, and 21,-
568,000 ciport. making a balance of
trails of t7.0Wi,000 agatnut the In I ted
In a foreign commerce exceeding
l.o&0.000,(KK) thl amount I of compar
atively email Importance. The trade
with Cuba alone In 1K7 comprised more
than one-half the total cmmroe with
Spain aul alt her pwxwtlon. In aplta of
the large deer) catneil by the rebel.
Diking thl war talk the Loa Angel
Time ha proved to be the paper for all
the people on the Southern PaclUe In Arl
tna and New Mexico. It reaches them
twenty-four pur ahead of the San Fran-
cIhco papers. It ha aa full accounts of
what ha transpired as ha the San Fran
cisco paper, aud It I not lumbered up
with the "yellow tun"' and "hog-waim"
that la so notlcable In those papers.
Lordsburg, N. 11., Liberal.
THR war deparltueut I hereby DotlOed
that rebel sheet In thl city Is ridicul
ing recruits lu the volunteer service and
calling them "drunken stiff 4," charge
which Is absolutely and maliciously take.
The owner ot the aheet la a foreigner,
and he should be given Instructions to
keep hi hand' off the conduct of thl
war, which I not hi light .
Tut Fuer-t HUuiarrk aud thn Colum
bia of the Hamburg American Hue are
the latent addition to Uncle Sam' auxil
iary fleet. The Kuerst Bismarck la oue
ot the fattiest vessel afloat, and the big
German ahlpa will give a good account
ot themselves when they get after Span
Tut war with Spalu ueed Interfere
little with the trade ot the Uulted Stale
with Mexico. It will not affect the con
suming power of Mexico stall, and all
rail route provide transportation facili
ties that are free from the danger of the
high aeaa In times of International trou
be. Ant man who enllNta In the army ot
the Uulted States when the call for
volunteers Is made and that the country
need men to defeud It against a torelgu
enemy, la a gentleman In eouiparisou
with the cowardly eueak who criticise
hi elothes and ridicule hi manhood.
John P. Holland, th luveutor ot the
submarine boat, ha offered to take her
Into Havana harbor aud throw a dyna
mite bomb Into Miirro Castle, provided
the boat 1 then taken by the govern
ment for 173.000.
TiiERiwlIl be a partial eclipse of the
union July 3, another eclipse of tbeiun
July IS, a partial eclipse ot the sun De
cember 13, and a total eclipse of the
moon December 25.
Tui Citi.en to day begin enlarged
Associated Press report, aud Is better en
abled to furnish Its thousand of reader
with the exciting war news on the day It
Tui ultan ot Turkey has Just built at
Mecca the biggest house In the world. It
la lutended tor the accommodation of pll
grlms and 1 capable ot sheltering A.000
Thk New Mexico troop will be a part
of the First United States regiment of
voluuteer cavalry. Their first destina
tion will be San Antonio, Texas.
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Spain 1 cordially luvlted to send lu
tleet to America. They will be sent to
the bottom ot the sea In short order by
the American war ship.
"LET ub have faith that right makes
might, aud In that faith let us do our
duty aa we understand It." Abraham
Thk owner or tue Democrat U not a
native of the United States, and hi
sneer at New Mexico troops are not In
"Ir you want a long war, prepare for a
short oue. If you want a short war, pre
pare for a long one." Von Mnlte.
Tui American fleet has wou a glorious
victory at Manila. Let the American
Mat the Star aud Stripes float over
Cuba within the week.
Spain will be whipped to a finish lu
month or lee time.
TO ttk A WLU ID UMB DAI
fake Laxative Bromo Qululue Tablet.
All druggists refund the mousy It It rail
to cure. ttVc The genuine has L.B.CJ.
in each tablet.
Are tsa la It?
Have you a new Jeweled belt? It not,
why not? Perhaps you have not yet
seen ours. Do so at once.
Two year ago H. J. Warren, a drug
gist at l'lnHam Brook, N. V., bought a
-onall supply ot Chamberlain's Cough
Iteiuedy. lie sums up the result a fol
lows: "At that time the gistd were nil
kuowu lu this section; today Chamlier
lulu's C ugh Remedy Is a household
word." It H th earns In hundred ot
communities, w herever the good quali
ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy be
come kuowu the people will have noth
ing else. For sal by all druggists.
Wlaa (or Sals.
Native wine, pure aud healthful, at
only 60 cents a gallon at C. A. Grande'
sot north Broadway.
Edutatu lour Itottil Willi Cicirrta.
r rt-i'iy t'litl'firttr, ciiv I'oimiiim'um dnetar.
tw, fe;. i v. u . iuu, arutftnmi
Wall paper at Fulrelle' from li'e.
per double roll and np.
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co
THE RACING CARNIVAL
Alboqacrqq: Will be Ei Fete b Spring
WI4T TIUT01I WILL III.
Wednesday, May the 4th, will witness
the opening of the greatest racing ctr
nival ever held Inthesi'iithwmtern conn
try. In the neighborhood of twenty sta
ble ot runner are now on the track,
ome being tbled down town owing to
lack of room on the track, comprising
many of the best known race horse In
America. Tommy Tucker, Humming
Bird and Mary Harnett, from Han An
tonio; Melody, Knee D'Or, Royal l.ancer,
Joe Hart and Sir Kenneth, from St.
Louis; Free Lady, Karl Cochran, l'lens
antou, Parthemm, Montgomery, Silvara
dit, Qtorg Palmer and Florlmel, from
San Francisco, are among the most
wldtdy known, and there are fifty or
sixty other that are willing to take
chancer with these. Many porson who
have never gone to a race meeting In thl
city have signified their Intention of go
ing thl week to avail themselves ot the
opportunity ot seeing theee famous
The Pacific const stable. In spite of
their "clas,H will have no "cloche" on
anything, as the sudden change of alti
tude and long trip may seriously affect
their form. On the other hand, the St.
Louis and Texas cracker-Jack are quite
short ot work, aud the Colorado horse,
such ' a J. W. Brook. Mickle, Prtsmus,
Palsey Lxigan, Redwood, Pueblo, etc,
will undoubtedly make quite a showing.
In any case, the racing will be ot a most
desperate character, and all kind
of upsetul of "form" may be
looked for. The Albuquerque spring
derby for two year -old at halt mile, will
be run Wednesday afteruoon, being the
third event on the card, but the most
thrliliig eveui will be the halt -mile for
all ages, which will bilug together
Tommy Tucker aud Melody. The great
brown halt miler Is reported short ot
work and a trill shaky on lbs near fore
leg, but the St Louis mare will need
whip aud spur to head the Veterau when
he turn borne for the wire. Thursday
will be Ladle Day, Ltdie free at gale.
Very complete arrangement have
bteu made to hau llu an mormons
crowd on WednsHilay. In addition to
pool sellers, three book-maker will lay
odd. Mayor CI tue will Issue a procla
mation asking all store and businee
house to Close Wedueedsy afternoon.
The bar privil. ges have been svl I to Joe
H-tduracco, aud cigar will be sold by
Klrsir Bro. A Qrst rate luuch counter
will be looked after by J. U. Almse. Gen
eral admlselou will be 60 ceul. Grand
stand free. Carriage will crus track to
CoaiampUoa Poattlvsly Cared.
Mr. K.U. Ureeve, merchant, of Chll
howie, Va, certifies that be had eousuiup
llou, was glveu up to dle.aoughl all med
ical tlealiueut that money could procure,
tried all cough remedies he could hear
ol, but got no rellelj spent many ulglits
silling up lu a chair; was Induced to try
Dr. hiug's New Discovery, and was cured
Or Use ot two boule. Fur t.ie pant three
years Jiae beeu attending to business and
save Dr. King' New Discovery 1 the
grandest remedy ever made, a It has
done so much lor hliu aud also for others
lu his community. Dr. King's New Dis
oovery I Kur"led for coughs, colds
and consumption. It dou't fail. Trial
bottles free at J. 11. O'Reilly A Co.' drug
THEY ARE LOYAL.
Mutual Protection Assoc lailon of Old
Albuquerque Adopt kcsalullons.
At the regular uiouthly meeting of the
Mutual Protection association of Old
Albuquerque, the followlug resolutions
were uuautmously adopt d by Its 200 odd
Be It resolved, By the Spanish Ameri
can ollitsiia, uieinlwrs ot the Mutual
t'rotectlon Association ot Old Albu
querque No. 1, and vicinity, lu regular
meeting assembled, that we apurove aud
uphold the acliou ot the president ot the
Culled Mules aud of our congress in de
daring an Intervention by force of arm
agaiusi ppaniHii misrule, oppression aud
starvation lu Cuba.
Reeolved, That In the late unpleasant-
uses of I Hoi, the New Mexico volunteers
responded gallantly to the cause of our
IUg by seiiding several regiment of
Mpaulsb American to the field of buttle,
Be It further resolved, That In the
present crisis, as then, we a cltlxeus of
the Uulted State, pledge our lives, for
times aud sacred honor to the cause ot
the guvernmeut; aud pledge our services
lu any maimer that they may be called
for In upholding the national honor aud
arm as against the world;
Resolved, That these resolution he
published In Thc Daily Citi.kn, Morn
tug itemocrat, la Handera, aud that a
copy be sent to Delegate Fergusson as
expressing the true sentiment and feel
ing of the HpauUb American citlxena ot
our country lu the present crisis.
Jwm Rome ho. President
Jomk ANUhKit, Secretary.
J Otis' J. SALAMK,
The Mutual Protection Society of Old
Albuqiieique, No. I, elected the following
otlicers for the ensuing year:
Preeldeut Hon. Jesu Romero.
Vice Presldeut Jesus Luoero.
Secretary -Juan Ansya.
Treasurer Jesu Caudelarla.
Trustees Ambroslo A. Zamora, Touias
Weruer aud Jaeobo Moya.
Marshal Qulriuo Coulter.
Direct rs-at-Large Nestor Montoja.C,
I) Murphy, De Weill, J. Andres Bala-
tar, Solomon Carabajal, Jose IguacloGar
cla, Loreuxo L. Henderson and Hon. Jesus
1 he soclt-ty ha a membership of over
'h; all lu good standing.
Whether ou pleasure bent or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup ot
Figs, as It act most pleasantly aud ef
fectually on the kidueya, liver, and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches ami
oilier onus ot sickness. For said lu bo
ceut bjttles by all leading druggist.
u'iiMhiiicu vj too vaiiioiuia r ig oj
nip Co. ouly.
Ibe Cougregatluunl Jublles.
It Was a happy time at the Congrega
tional church Sunday evening. In re
joicing over the clearing of their Interest
bearing debt. And well may It be glad,
for not more than four year ago It
seined as If debt would pull It uuder
But within about ten day It hai ral-ted,
almost within It own membership or
those Id sum way attached to It congre
gation, the miu ot (X, which finally
liquidate all 1U Interest bearing debt
The exercise aroused great Interest In
the large aullenee present. After re
sponsive reading, hymns, and prayer by
th pastor, Prof. C. E. Hodgln told the
atory of the "hnrch from It beginning
In 1&40 In the small honse of worship,
throngh It year of growth till 1H1M,
when It erected Its new church, and on
th crest ot the wave of prosperity built
Its parsonage In 1HC1. In the fall of 18!2
came the fire, but the church was re built,
and re-dedicated May 21, W.i'S. Both par
sonage and church were burdened with
heavy debts, aggregating aix or seven
thousand dol lars. Vt hen the present pas
tor came, three year ago, It was five
thousand Now the debt Is all wiped out,
by thl last heroic and self sacrificing
effort ot this people.
Professor Hodgln told thl t-t ry In th
quaint form of a chronicle, which ought
to be ptihllsh'sl for Its historical Interest.
Following this story came the crema
tlou of the papers representing the debt
obligations over which ceremony the
chairman of the hiHird of trustees, Karl
A. Snyder, presided. Then cam an ad
dress by Rev. F. II. Allen, adding con
rrratnlallone and dwelling on the value
and place of the church In the commun
ity, explaining some ot th dlfllcullles
which a church meet In thl community,
not from foes only, but rnin thoe who
should b It friend.
While thl ends all Interest bearing
debt, there still remain something over
I'joO, a debt of houor due to It Church
Building society, which, however, will I
ptld In annual off -rings.
It Is a cause of congratulation to thl
City that the institution which stand
for the best things in It life are, any of
them, having such a degree of pros
perity. fur Over riliy tear.
An Old and H kll-Thikd Rkmkdt.
Mrs. Winslow' rl-siihlug Syrup hae
been used for over fifty year by millions
ot mother for their children while teeth
ing, with pertect success. It soothed the
Child, soften th gum", !!av all pain,
cure wind colic, and Is l.,s best remedy
for diarrhoea. It 1 pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggist In every part of the
world. Twenty-live cents ahottle. Its
value Incalculable. Its sure and ask
for Mrs. Winslow' Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
THE SIIEbP QUtStlOR.
Chairman Barnci Thinks II Will Adust
"A every one knows," said Chairman
Barnes, of the live stock sanitary board,
the other day, "hheep are regular weed
eater. They consume wllh avidity plant
and shrub that cat'.le will not touch.
The mountain slope In n .rthern Arl
xoiia are In many place covered with a
growth of wild Rweet pea that Cattle
have no tue for at all, but the sheep like
to eat the growth aud get fat on It
"Just now the flocks ot sheep brought
here from California are bunched op
around Flagstaff and Ash Fork but it
III not be long until they scatter out
and their presence will hardly be no
ticed. The sheep question Is one that
will adjust Itself, lu all probability a
there I plenty of range for both them
and the caltle." Phneulx Gaxette.
i nu la illuod Deep.
Cli nn hi i-. l menus a t lenu akin. No
ixnuly witiiout it. I .iwaiets, Cund t'utJiar
lio i-li-an j our luod mid kiri it i lean L)
tilling up the l.uy liv.-r and driving all im
tiurilu- lioirt the liwdy. 11(mu to-dny to
Iwinish piiiiph-n, Kiil, blot, hi s, huickhmda,
ind thnt ax kly biliotia complexion by taking
. aar-areta, heaiity for ten cents. All drug.
lata, satisfaction guaranteed, juo,2ic,80c.
The whole family derives benefit from
Best of all malt tunics. Malt Nutrlne Is
prepurcd by the fatuous AnheiHer-Ruscb
Brewing ash n, which tact guarantees the
purity, excelleuce and merit claimed for
I Iood's Sarsaparilla,
Cures every form of
Impure blood, from
The pimple on your
Face to the great
Scrofula sore which
Drains your system.
Thousands of people
Testify that Hood's
Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
And That Tired
Feeling. Remember this
And get I Iood's
And only Hood's.
N u lee. a
First class bricklayers wanted at the
St. Vincent's Sanitarium. For particu
lars address A. V isimoH, Sauta Fe, N. M
Mr. A. Iuveen, residing ut '1) Henry
street, Alton, 111 , suffered with sciatic
rheumatism for over eight month. She
doctored for it nearly the whole of thl
lime, il-lng various remedies recom
mended by friends, and was treated by
th physicians, nut received no relief.
She then used one and a half bottle of
rhanilierlain's pain Halm, which effected
a complete cure. This Is published at
ner request, as she want other similar
Iv atlticted to know what cured her The
25 and 50 ceut !.- for sale by all drug
James G. Kelly, one ot The Citi.kn's
subscribers st Allantown.cnt west, writes
a follows: " Chang my paper from
Manuelito to Allentown, via Houck's
postnlilce. My paper ha beeu through
so many hand since the war excitement
that by the time it reaches me It Is so
mutilated that it i hardly lit to read."
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Mcdnl, Midwinter Pair.
A Par 0rip Cmta ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS TI IE STANDARD,
l "-5V3 c-
- e" t .
the ST. .ttjXjVEO
8AMPLE AND OLUD ROOM
Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT. Proprietor.
190 West Ral'road Ave, ltinsnr n.
J CATHARTIC 4
l0c ik iFTtUr nVtp-
; Can Mi Its Place
You can't assure yourself
anymo'C than your house
can insure itself. The man
who prefers to "save" the
money which lile assurance
costs, forgets that while he
is saving, his wife and fam
ily are running the risk of
his death. Assure your life
and your family will im
mediately attain a position
which otherwise you could
only give them after years
ol labor and saving.
Many good companies
Bui only on BliST
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OS' TUK I l 1 Kir ST SIC),
"Strontent in the Wotld."
: WALTER N. PARKHURST,
' General Manager,
j New Mexico and ArUona Depirtmcnl,
i ALB .QUERQUE, N. M.
Wholesale and Retail, from
is 4c to $4 per d juble roll.
Good Work at, Reasonable
THE BEE HIVE
ita West Gold Avenue.
JACOB K0HBEU& CO
Maonfutnre'of and Dealer
Th Boat Kastsro-M Vsblc!
Fine Horse-Shoeinr a Specialty.
tUtUfactioo GuarsDtssd to 411 Work
npalrinK. Painting- aud Trimming
Ixu on nhort Nntlos. : I i i t i i
Shop, Corner Coppr At. and First St.,
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary MntusJ Building Association.
into at J. O. Mal.lririca-a I.utnhr Vanl.
BaLUNO BKOH., FaoraisTos.
vVe-Jdina: Cakes a Sjiwialty !
W Doslrs Patrons-, and w
Qaarants First-Claaa Baking,
ralrsraphorderaanltrluwl anil PromptlT flllat)
Call at Headquarters for
Lsatlisr, Harm, Buitilles, 8ailillirj,
HailillHrr lUrdwHrn, Cut Holm, Hliue
Null, llttiuw. Chains, Whip, Ctillur,
8wittl I'ailH, CsMtor till, Axis ()rmti-t,
Homiou Cost'h Oil, l'ntoNiKro, Kinlilv
llarvrnter Oil,NtutH((NitOil, l.aril Oil,
IlarurHS Oil, Llnmwtl Oil, Cast 11 riotp,
lUruww Hoap, CarrlHKA rtpongr
Cliaoiol Hkln, rloritt Meilii'liitt.
Irtoo tlae Lowaat,
HIkIihhI klarket PrirM Pali) for llidra
WOOli COM MISSION.
Thos. F. Keleher,
406 Railroad AveM Albuquerque.
All kind of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .-. .. .'.
Steam Sausage Factory.
Til I It V bTUEEl.
EMIL KLEIN W0UT, Prop
Htctai for Hi Gods--
Can fce drawn from our soda
water fountain during- the hot
weather. When you feel tired
rd languid, there is nothing
that will rr store your vitality and
spirits to quick as a glass of our
cold, sparkling soda water. Our
syrups are made from pure fruit
juices, and we serve them with
phosphate, ice cream, eggs and
J. H OFEILLY&CO
riiTJooiei i m.
G'lESGENT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL-Bwt Do
mcttic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Office.
A. J, CRAWFOHO, Agent.
New Telephone No. (64mm
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrimble's stables
Ur, (Inlil Ifa, mn i jtrno At.
MRS. J. C. MARSHALL.
Nrw Ti.ihnui No. 1U4,
Buy or Sell.
BOO OOIiX) a-VIl.
H. H. Warkentin
Albuqaarqoe Bowling Parlors!
Coruei KirHt bt. uj Copper Are.
Tbctintxrt Bowlln Alleys In the Southwest
Nice pisue ti pnd Hie evening.
The New Chicago
i8 one of the Dlosst rtworts In th
rltj, aud Is supplied with the
bfwt aud Untwt lliiuor.
UEISCH A BETZLER, Proprietors.
Bplnmllil Losing Room bj the day,
week or nionth.
809 West Railroad Avenue,.
Very Finosl .-Vines,
Liquors and Cigars
Thiid Hirwt aud rijr-ra Arsnae.
Atliintio Roor Hall!
BCHNRIDKR & LI X, Prop.
Cool Ktf Beer oo draashti Uis tine NU
Wins tad ths very boat ot flrM-cla
Llqoort, (JIts m a call.
HatisoaD ATBsoa. ALSuoosaooa.
A hotai i'laoa.
C' rnndr Part-ntl ! trom thrm we reap, TJ
all kimia ol Liquora, Hue and cueaaV
Kruauie quaitiy we B! uerr. A
tn M'll pure rihhI. la their lAtr
Alwaya cuol anil aliarp, tlieir Hrer, D
unite nnrqualied far oeoeala
Ndttle Wlnea. all iatrona rrert, TP
Imported undilxmemic, aStiN k rompletlw
Dtrhcuma Cisara, tiu., here we sain, S
i-tuilreat ttavtira we nbtal I
E?lrellellt Kobula both clean and neat, 1
'i at iluw on 8iuth Klrat Stree 1
&ttiueat AUH(ineruue tliere are Llenty I
who favor liKAMtk PAKKNT1
ONKFOR AOOSE. nil I O
S "" PlmplM, Prmrt r III
nr. I1. .U. I,. i l),.,.,
l"tbtHu. Thrf n.ltbwnp.Dori.Oi.n. To cud.
jmcj ia. . will mail fr-., ut full boa (or
laa. aW L, aruasuu. Bs.sOall0C0. fan a. Pa.
wiKtti), run aai.ic AHu hint.
Girl WHuttii at 610 south Edith street.
A widow with girl sight year old
would like ixiriitlou at work. Klrt clan
mferKiivs. Addrsn i., I'iti.kn (jIUpb.
A anted To buy a t.mall parcel o( al
falfta laud, oue to threw arrtM, near city.
AddrtM, givlnir price, t. u. bos Hul, city.
A widow, with girl 8 year old, would
like poult ion at work; would leave city.
Hirnt clans retereuce. Adilrees B, ClTl
Uadauk Nokmani), Clairvoyant,
1'hIiuimI and Msiriietic Healer, can be con
hiiUmI on all allair tr life, (ilve love
ami lucky chnrtu. Will call at reeldence;
no extra t'fiarge. ll'i', Uoutu ihlrd
Htreet, up dtitirs.
Kor 8al. A firt clans lady's bicycle
cneap. call al 417 Mlver avenue.
Kiritt-claHM elite-bur buggy Cor salt). lu
ll ill re ut Kiihus blarkHUiiili shop.
Kor Bale Brick limix. with three lot;
choirs property. Call at jU north Kourth
To Bell Two modern 3 room cottages
two horees; three wagon; all klud of
botixehold g(Mla. W. V. Kutrelle.
For Hale, Cheap A Chlckering piano, a
n in u uiryne and a durry, at at south
Mitli street. Kbv. r . 11. Alleu.
Kor Sale Honehold good, bedroom
sets, carpet, aenka, tov. dining room
furniture, sin , lit nrl else eoudltlou
No. 711 south Third Htreet.
For Sals Blarknuilth ootflt complex
nearly new tool. hnp ha on of th
beet land la towu, doing good business.
hstiHiactory reasou glveu tor selling
W. A. Rsuklu, Aruiljo building.
Eighteen milei east
Open A.11 tlie Year.
Good accomo iationa at reasonable rates. The following it the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon 1017
Calcium sulphate, grains per gtllon 14460
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon.... .... 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon.,, . . 1.5168
To'al it. 337 1
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
venue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
JOHN WICKSTROM. Prop.
The Bt and Finest Liquors and Goan, Imported and Domestic,
Served to All Patrons.
NO. 114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
n . .. D wr,i ii mi tminn'
.ay. m Block
First St. and Lead
W. V. FUTRELLE,
Cor. First aad Gold, HSSJBi Albuquerqne, New Mexico.
L. B. PUTNEY,
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata Spsolalty.
Farm and Freight Wagons I
RILROD AVENUE. :
WJM. OI -
I 1 "
I " 1 nail a 1 1 SojJIV
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquorque, N. M.
J. 0. GIDEON & CO.,
New and Second-Hand Furniture
Furniture bought, sold, rented and exelia U''d Highest
cash price paid for all kinds of household joJj. Get
others' bids and we will see them 10 per cent better.
All goods sold cheap for cash or on instalments
ITo. 1 1 X lVortn 3Elx-st St.
ALBUQUERQUE. - - - - N. M.
Tlx Mweat and beat good from th
leading potteries of ths world, la wholesale
or retail. Choice tabic ware, elegant toilet
Mt, beautiful vajen a full line of glassware,
bar goods, lamp chimneys and burners,
enameled ware, tinware, brooms and
brushes, toys and dulls.
118 SOUTH F1RSTSTRERT
QUICKEL & BOTHJv. PrcD?.
(SneeMkwra to Krauk IL Jumn.
Finest Whiskies, Imported vA Domestic Wines and Cognacs)
Tke Coolest and Hlfhest Grade of Lacer Served.
Finest Billiard Hall In the Territory,
Finest and Best Imiorted and Domestic Cigars
and Health Resort,
of Albuquerque, N. M.
- m .-www) huiii v'iiHi
Hut FttQtl. IU.
WholfHale ttnd IM&il I)ealer
Sold Chmp for Canh or on
tVir lnnti,nnint Finn. AImi
re n tcU t reiuniLle rites.
Krrlaa tha lj.rrmt and
MiMt aXataaalra Htwt of
-.staple : groceries:-
To ba roaad South waat.
AtnuOUFRQtlF. 01. M
complete Stock of the
Douglas Shoes . nd Slippers.
dies' Rutton Mnd
Lace Shoes of All