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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Hl'HMKS & Mil'KKHillT. iYbuhhkri
Tho. l(rwHR.-i K.lltor
W. T. Mi.Trhiht, Biw. Mitt. and City IM
PI'lll.lHHRI) IIAII.l Aim WKr.Hl.T.
AMorUtoil Vre Afternoon THerum.
OfllHal Paper of Bernalillo County.
Ijtrgmt City mid County circulation
Tim Ijtrirwt Npw Mexloo Circulation
lArirwt North Arltona Circulation
jn.Y in. im
It may boconie alfoliiUly Decennary
for thla country to have a war with Uer
In two days' UghtiUR near Santiago
th American, army lined 3,wo,(KK) car
tridges. AliMlHAL, CkHVKHA ran not talk Kiir
Hah, but h 1h doing a lot of thinking In
Rpanluli throe day.
Katon and Clayton furnlnhed Dearly
in i-half tlie coniany of volntitforti mus
tered la at l.ia eg&.
Twknty-mnk iitieep Introduced Into
the Australian culniile In 17" are now
represented by I.ii,uhi,iiu ,f ttie llnent
wool eheep In the world.
Va'NIiK ha ll'i.llul Inhabitant Of
the no fewer than -'. x i are enrolled
a recipient of relict -that U to Hay,
nearly one fourth of the piiiilatlon are
It In Terr much in evidence that the
I n I ted Htate cannot depend ii(hiii the
Culiaua. They are going to raune Huh
country wore troulde than Hialn tia
H hkm peace aj(ain spread her wing
over the nation we will have a uiugiiill
cent commercial highway secured aero
the l'acltlc ocean to the very heart of the
I.iklt. John J. Hlamhn, who waa
olllcer of the watch on the Maine w heu
aha waa blown np In Havana harbor on
February 15, ha beeu taken to an lnane
anyluui. Hi mind never recovered from
Nkw Mixico will thla week have filled
lta quota of volunteers. The Albu
querque, Laa Vegan and Santa Ke com
pauiee are at Whipple barrack, Arizona,
and the I.aa Cruce company will la
mustered In thl week.
TwkNTVHKVKN iuiIIioii dollar' worth
of American manufacture were aeut
abroad during the twenty hix bUHlnee
day of lant month, and only $li.Ui,noo
worth of foreign manufacture were
brought Into the country in the earne
Till Katon Haiige aay: "It New Mexico
U ever to become ab-tolutely Amerlcau
Ized, teaching of foreign language In
our public echool will have to be volun
tary, tuHtead of compulaory, a I now
decided to be by the territorial Hiiper
lulendent of education.'
Till exportation of manufacture of
Copier baa growu euornioualy in the last
two or three years. In the Qacat year
lx'.to It amounted to over II,UV lu
IS'.! to over tl'J.txKMHX), In 1W7 to over
$;il,liw,u), and In the preaeut year will
considerably exceed that of bi.
The New Mexican pay (iov. Otero the
following well earned compliment
"Wovernor Otero has worked hard in
securing volunteer under New Mexico's
eecond quota. Three companies have
been eullMted and dispatched and the
fourth company will be mustered In
Thk rhlladelphla Inquirer say: The
American Is not a trained soldier, but he
Is a born patriot. He know by Instinct
and education how to tight fur hi coun
try. Roosevelt's Hough Kiders, whether
Fifth avenue millionaire or western
cowboys, fought together and died to
gether tu Cuba for the great American
principles of liberty, equality and Im
munity. Thk bill providing that no mining
claim, or any part of a claim, owned by
any person who may enlist In the volun
teer army or navy shall be subject to for
feiture for uon -performance of the annual
aHHeesmeut until six month until after
owner I mustered out, or, if he should
not survive the war, then six months
lifter his death In the service, ha become
Til K rui 1 rud 1 furnish cumulative evi
dence of the prosperous condition of the
country According lo the Hallway Age
during the past half )ear receiver have
beeu appointed for only seven railway
companies, with au HKiiregale of :i!7
uillee and a combined capital and bonded
debt of 25.Pi,noi; while during the first
half of IH'Xi there were tenty-eu
receiverships, with au aggregate of oisi
miles aud total capital and bouded debt
of .(;, ,.
A I.AKiiHl A KM V
It appear to be generally agreed that
for some time to come the I lilted States
will be obliged to maintain an army of
something like ai,( men. Whether
the regular army will be recruited to
th vt figure, or whether volunteer will I
kept iu service, has not yet been decided.
It Is estimated that from Mi,") to lim,
min men will be required for service at
home, lu the coast defenses and as a
rsaerve. For the rhilippiues, If they are
I hel l, n frrcc of from 2'i.ixn) to :Vi,ih men
I will he required for some yearn at leait
I Kor MhwaiI and the l.,lrone, at leait
, two regiment of artillery anil Infantry
; will be required Kor I'nrtn Kto at
, Iea-t ii,(h) or Ki.nvi mn lll be re
quired; ami for dibit, no mutter whether
It I even ever held by the l'nlted State
1 or turned over to an Independent Cuban
government, an army of occupation of
; p.vt'hap 2.'i,iH(l or S'l.ifKl men will bit re
quired for Horn year., until order I
th ironglilv e-lnl ll-li"d and the liUntl
ran le loll to a civil government.
HI ONI'IH K A rtll l ItK.
I'l the Utter "t of the piiiumer, when
the country pn M.mmlily will not be too
detracted liy ar lo listen, there will be
a very pretty tale of w.e from the north
ern gold field, At a eort of complement
to the golden storied that were brought
thence a year agj. Miner returning to
San Krancteco have a treat deal to eay of
III health, privation, high price of Hour,
front I'l ten and chilblain, but they have
very little to pay atmut gold, Kron-Mi toe
and empty stomach were more plentiful
In their experience than rich "strike."
HKKVIIV INK HOI I. OF WIT.
The l.a Vega Optic ha leen in
formed by a reputable native cltlEen that
the reason the native people of New Met-
Ico have not volunteered more readily
during the present war, I that they read
In eome paper the Matemcnt that an ef
fort would be made to enlist troop
among the Mexican; and the native peo
ple nt thi territory do not appreciate
that name. They are American, and If
it I necessary tn distinguish them, for
any reason from Anglo American, then
they ehould be called llinpino-Amerlcaii,
or American of Spanish descent.
Thoae who make thin objection ehould
reuiemlier thai the Anglo-American are
a people of Hliort word and quick action.
San Krauclaco, whuee Spanhh name cou
ited of half a dozea word or more, be
came 'Krico In the coiuiuon vernacular.
And eo with other thing. The Optic
aay that It ha been laboring nineteen
jear to maintain the name of that city
La Vega yet Vtt out of liHJ Anglo-
American will call It Vega. It I too
long. It takes too much time to eay
American of Span led descent." Ilenco,
without thought of Impropriety th old-
time citizen of New Mexico are called
"Mexican," a contraction for New Mexi
can, to or ttnguin tnem rrom tnoe
who have more recently migrated to this
lhiw jMiinilld l iirwil.
SwITeriiig huinaiilty Nhould be auppllcd
with every mean poewilde for It relief.
It I with pleaeure we puldixh the follow
ing: " I In 1h to cert il that I wan a ter
rible MilT-rer from yellow jaundice for
over lx montlit, and wan treated) by
me of the lie-t pliyHlcian in our city,
mill nil to no avail. Or. Hell, our drug
recoinm"lidwl Klectrlc Hitter, and
alter taking two bottle, I wa entirely
cured. I now lake great pleaxure in
rec iiiinienitliig them to any pi r-uin ut
fering from thl terrible malaily. i am
gratefully your. M A Ih'garty, Isling
ton, Ky." bold by J. It. O Klelly Co.
Ilaton wkn vielted by a very aevereraln
Htoriu loet Friday, yuitn a iiuiiiIm t of
lawn and garden were Injured by mud
waahing over them.
1'at Boyle' residence, on Fourth Htreet,
wa truck by lightning and coiiHlderahly
damage. The piano wa badly Hhattercd.
Three bo. aon of Mr. Ho) le, were con
Nlderably Hhocked, but not herlounly In
jure,!. The cellar of I lie H alter C. Iladley com
ptnv wit DixiiltHl ami a large amount of
g Mi l were destroyed. K'tlige.
Off lor Honolulu.
"Milium Hum, formerly of Albuiiier-
que, now tnive.lng reprenentatlve for
L'ltii MeU-z-r, ba jut returned from an
extetid-d trip In Vrizoua anil .New Mex
lo, but left Tuesday evening on a two-
ui inth' excurHion to Honolulu and the
ii twallan lelamt ', with the pMHlbillty, If
he ha time, that he may alo go to the
i'hllippine. In any event, Mr. Kurn
expect to return to Ariz ina on or about
Sept mlier 1 to I'-mime hi ordinary bui
ue dutie l'l.t en i x Herald.
What Everybody Says
About IIocmI's Siiisaparilla is tlm it
purities their hlui.il, uivc them tin
apH'tito uinl iiiuke them fed strong.
These three (fo together: 1'ure blnml,
appetite, strcnu'th. If you want to
feci well t;iko I loo, 's Siii -npiirilla, the
One True lilnoil 1'iiiilii r.
Hood'S PillS me the only pill to
be taken with llonil's Siiisupiiiilla.
VV 4mmIiii.ii ul that Worlil.
aiiiiiiau nan ai a S.' 'v -
o'chs-k. All 111, -in- k-f-.'
her euriie-tlv re- C. 'tViX
questisl to 15 pre-.;
sent. Mitiiiir sov-i
erelgn cordially iu-
J. W. ASIiKKSdN,
t oiisul oiiimainl-r
1. K. I'liii.il i s, Clerk.
At about 4 o'clock thl morning the
mocking bird whi- tle sioiuded the alarm
of fire. The lire l,oy turned out promptly
but it wa found to be a false alarm.
Some 11 tme were Keen emanating from
a smoke Htm k at the railroul simps and
some nun gave ;lii cr) of Hie. Au engine
In the yaid whistled and it wa iu re-i-poiise
to this that the moi-king bird Was
sounded. The ulaiiu wa sent lu over box
A. M. Hluckwell iiud 11. W. hellv. two
of the big no nil. its of the big wholesale
grocery establishment of (irons, Hiack-
well V Co., came in from I. as Vega last
liight and are around to day. ' They re
port their Albuqiiiiqiie linu-e doing an
iinmeiise busiiii-hs under the careful man
agement of C. F. VVdtili.
K. T. Moore, of li. nver, came lu from
the north last n,git and hit taken a
r.Hiiu at the Hotel Highland. Mr. Moore
Is the new Hiipei inti'Ildelit of the local
ntlice of ttie Western I'nlon Telegiapli
coiupauy, and the people will Iiud ti 1 ill a
in, Ml plea-ant gi-iiilcnmu with whom to
Henry F. Cnomber, wife aud children
are at the Hotel Highland from Fort
liodge, Iowa. Mr. Cooinhcr I iu ex
ceedingly bad heallh, and It Is likely that
he will arrange lo remain here Indefi
nitely. Special meeting of Adah chapter, No. tj,
O K.S., is called this evening in Masonic
temple to complete arrangements for
picnic, lly order of the worthy matron.
Nellie M. Hutler, secretary.
Angus Mcliillivray, the sheep raiser
out lu the Chllili district, U in the city
to day, ami has hi signature on the
blurge Kuropeau register.
Tiu work. V, hituey Co.
Somcthlnif Ahnnt the Country, HaWti and
(.uviomv of the reople.
on rntun rniow citi.ihs.
Cofre",oii,lrn( p Il.-Olv C ilixen.
Anent the annexation of Hawaii It i
of Interest to American to know who
and what the people of lUwail are
There are eight Island In the group;
very little If any of them proportionally
I or can be cultivate I. Only eome of
the valley, and spot, at Interval, along
the sea coast will laugh with a harvest
to reward the toil of the laborer. Th"
mot pr. ductlve and Important of them
are the Island of (Hawaii, Oahu, Molo
kai and Kaul. The other Maul, I.anul,
MIihii and Kahonlaus -only serve to in
creae the count. The capital, Honolulu,
sits smiling on the sea from the south
west coast of Oahu. There are Ameri
can. KngliHh. Hawaiian, half-breed.
Irish, ier man, Spanish, French, Italian,
South Americans, Canadian, Scotch, Jap
anese, rorttiguese, Chinese, Australian,
Polynesian and one gentleman of color.
Mattel wa not In It. The "Paradise of
the I'acl lie" seems at first to be well
named. The park, yard and garden
are Indeed beautiful beyond description.
Those not too indolent take great pain
in cultivating their (lower; and the
plant, nhrnlis and tree reward the at
tention with ever blooming beauty. The
salt-laden air from the grand old ocean
takes up the perfumes of the myriads of
flower and softly delight the stranger.
There is always summer, alwavs solemn
song of the strange bird, always the
wild and cultivated fruits of the tropics,
always th mountain bathed In mht
aud mystery, and the warm, enervating
c'.luiate, and the Indolent, slow, sleepy,
quiet humdrum, unchanging life of the
people, and when night drops her sable
curtain, always the sweet, sod strains of
native music of the native cottagers.
The general characteristic of Hawaii
and it people will apply also to the l'lill-
ipplue Island. There are neither snake
nor toads in Hawaii. They employ
thirteen letters lu their alphabet.
Including all the vowels. It la
pretty to hear them speak their
native tongue. To hear them sing Is de
llghtfut. That poetic, mm existent ab
straction, love. Is best translated In mln
strelsy. So they sing of love and of war,
of the bravery of their king, of the vir
tue of their queen, of the lake of fire
(volcano) on the mountain of Kllauea
and of mythological I'ele, Its guardian
an 1 stoker, of their suowenshouded
mountain peaks, some a high as M,
HHi feet; of the ni)st"rle of the hills
aud of those who have sacrificed theiu-
elvi s In the neethlng crater of Ktlam a
for the good of their people; and of the
olden time before the white man came In
In'JO, when the whole bliss! began to
pa away and the half blmxl to supply
their places. In the museum at the
Kniiiehaim ha schools are seen old wood
en, worship worn, decrepit, dilapidated
gnds and gbdessca, some appear as If a
pious Kanaka, with a Uste for the artis
tic, had taken a small log, and with a
sharp stone, battered places for eyes,
nose and mouth, this Is all the visible
carving, and they yet manufacture these
soul savers In some of the unreclaimed
mountain districts. Kven In Honolulu
they cling to their old superstition,
very few pure Kanakas are seen lu a
church, withal they are a gentle, lovable
people. The government buildings,
however, are constantly guarded. Heard
less boys wear gun at f :(0 per in until
and found, and try to look severe and
war-woru. To enlist, they must declare,
In effect, that they never did, or can, love
anything on earth as they love President
Dole and his republic; aud that they and
ex-queen "LU" do not aud can not
move lu the same "set." The taxes
are rents an I yet the government bor
rowed and yet It wa "lu the hole." You
must Hash .Vl to get In and leave (I to
get out. Ninety-five thousand of these
people piwHsss little or no property. The
few bydivers ways, fair and unfair, own
tl:e property, run the government and do
the voting Following is the classified
one hundred thousand population of ull
Hawaii: Hawaiian, pure and mixed 40,-
Oii(i; Chinese lo.otiO; Japanese 24,ls); Por
tuguese, l:i,iX)0; Polynesians I.ihK); all
other Kuropeaus and American, ",noo.
It I not all pleasure iu Hawaii. The
mosquito are ever on the qui Vive for
the bliMal of the stranger. The old-timer
ha been prospected and worked by these
plagues so much that there Is little pay
blood in n I in I hey camp about your
b 1 In platoons all night long, aud while
a Hue chant their national hymn, others
are tearing dow u the netting. And the
lly catching liztrds, stinging tly, ceutl-
peiie, ticorplotis, tarantulas, mouse
sized ock roaches, bed bugs and fieas, all
love good bed with some oue lu It. The
Kanakas are chronic borrowers and sel
d im payers. They have been foreclosed
Out of their best lauds. Some of their
k ngs, notably Kalakaua, have borrowed,
played and drank away thousands of
acre of the best crown (now govern
miit) land. The Hawaiian are simple.
Indolent, kind, confiding, inoffensive,
musical, fun-loving pimple. They are
splendid horseback riders and Jis'keys.
Morally, they are lion est Inventus.
They are exceedingly hospitable. Kat
p,)i ami you are a brother and must
sleep In the wide bed with the family, If
unfortunately you are detained over
night. They are not Intellectual. The
street costume of the ladles consists of
a decollette mother huhhard of bright
color and a straw hut and that Is all.
hhe will grasp that gown lu her right
hand and swing down the street in her
bare feet, aud while you cannot see It,
her demeanor convinces you there Is
something noble atiout her. l'liysically,
toey are fine specimens of man and
womanhood. The female (Ka wahiuei
is very susceptible to Mattery. "Aloha, i
He walilne Mai Kai," (Greeting, lady,
you are very pretty,) and dollars to
doughnuts you are elected. They have
ueter given over their old and beautiful
custom of decorating departing friends,
at the shipping diM-ks, with magnificent
wreath of Mowers, aud they water them
with their tear. The pure uative is of
a dark copper color, eklu almost trans-
i parent, liaviug large black dreamy eyes
t' d straight, glossy bluck hair. Some of
the young wouieu are handsome of face
Hut those pretty pot eaters, as the
years advance, grow Corpulent and
heavy. They can live cheaper and swim
better than any people ou earth. They
fat flh, ea crai. tnrtle and dog nient '
nncooked. They rat ea mi an a relNh.
They eat put made from Tarn root. A
t'iey nud to nMitrorate It In the great
s'one bowl, they spat Into It until it bo
Cvme of the c dor and consistency of
thick cream, tln-n ate it Willi the (list
two finger. The Chlni now use water ;
Instead of ep'ttle, but, while m iking it. '
they wear only a breeeli (.nnt and that
Verv lleif Helta.
A they work Ihey sweat
i and with t'm foreflnjnr, I lm. seen'
j them swlp" the pl"p'rnt on frrm their
i side and flip '.heir rutcli Into the po
bowl. The mixture is a! m mt taste!)-, '
but they grow f-it tip in It, You hear
very little-of Hawaiian leprosy because I
you are not wanted to know of it. Hut,
hecatis of their manner of living, there
are nearly H,' leper at th settlement
on th island of Molckal. To contract
the leprosy I worse than death, to th
remainder of a family, l-olatiou from
the tiiialT cted is compiil -ory. I knew a
young Knglishman who married a pretty
Hawaiian girl; she caught the Infection
and they tmik her away from him. He
begged to go alo, but they would lint
let him. HI mini became unbalanced.
He walked the street and gar. -d Into the
fac of every woman, seeking the lost
one. He would ak. "have you seen my
wahlne (wifei'i" Where Is my walilne?"
One day at the shipping oue pointed
towirds Molokal, seventy mile aw nr.
A boat wa missing and be wa gone.
And now walilne watches the wa for his
coming and call to the wave to bring
him to her, ami they answer her not.
The government allow these leper to
Inter marry with each other.
The Kanaka seldom leave hi Island.
He 1 a hom lover and ran sing "Sweet
Home" lu his native tongue. With the
canoe (waa) h will ride the sea and fear
not. He can read the sea and sky a we
read the written pAge.
Kanaka boy will swim out to sea and
dive for cjin thrown Into the water by
ship passenger, and the boy always get
the coin. I h lr home are usually lure
ald ru lennd surrounded, if po.lli',e, with
screen to prevent stranger looking in
upon t'leui Hut in the meanest liou-e
on , known or with a friend of the fam
ily, will r. i' -l v the command "K hal nul
eal"(coni an I eat). Maybe It is bud
pol or only a drtxd llsli; maybe it I all
they have. Hut rat; you are very wel
coin ; tlieie will b in ire. They make a
kind of wM-ky iroin th" tiy root. It
fades like gi:i, U will fisil you th first
time; you will never g!v It the h -c .nd
chance. Isitnpl.llt. Aiittleof it dis
tributed on shiph iir l W' ull cause a
mutiny lu live min ite
tlentle, kind, traetable, the IUw:i Ian
are a curious and interesting people.
They knew not the way to go, hut they
knew there 1 a place of future rest. Th
whites c inie in show them the w iv. The
white brought with tlc ni the very thing
which prevent them going th it way.
Th dr hive, their live and their song
will ever live lu the m 'morie of those
who have s'.u lied these gentle people In
their home life. I, k the tnvuiory of a
face, what I know of thetn and their Way
will haunt in forever. I sit nni down,
and with them again I scale Mount I'unrh
Howl, or Manna l, io, or M ima Kes i r
Kllauea, or In Ilia valleys of Manoa or
Nirii.u I hear the liquid music of the
tongue, the sweet Sicilies of the pong. 1
feel the II iwer wrejiths atound my arms
and hear the "alo'iH nul" (farewell) They
are passing away, and they realize it
They see and know that eoi.n they will
be known a a people only in history aud
us those that were luit are not.
1 Im lli.ltiiiol Siilitutirliiit lloat.
All of our renileis are familiar with
the Holland Sii'.miarine hint, Willi winch
It i po-sihle to go about couiplcli y nil
der water, ll ilia enemy have a big
w:irhiu lying lu a strongly fortified
harbor, the bu.it can be sul-iiiergi d anil
iiiuke Its way to the ship, pint's a power
ful explos.ve under It and blow It to
piece without appearing above water.
v lille this l .Hi secretly dentrovs ship of
the enemy. Hosteller r-lonmch Hittei
likewise attack and overcome danger
ous discuses. A few dose will give re
lief iu hiiv stomach, liver or hhmd dls
onler. I he Hitters not only cure the
sick, but pi event the well from becom
ing sick. I hey should be taken by nil
who need a strengthening tonic.
Krom tla- Her.tM.
Sheriff Creughe ba resigned hts po-d
Uon and W. W. Kerry has been ap
pointed to fill the vacancy.
Another 4th of July accident. Jesus
Torre had one of hi linger broken in
two places while sculli ng with Anibrucio
U )hz lie.
Kx-Sherilf Creughe moved bis family
to Spriugvilhi la-t ThiirKday. He in
t'lli l to move them to Colorado, where
they will make their future home.
Oil tli afternoon of the 4,h of July,
I'eter 1'etersou met with an accident at
the race track, whiie riding on of the
horse which Hew the track and stepped
Into a dog hole. The horse stumbled
along tor about IS pace and at last
threw the young man so that he struck
ou hi head and shoulder, but no bones
were brokeu. He wai unconscious for
some time, but is now getting along us
well as can be expected.
You may hunt the world over ami you
will not tin, I another medicine equal to
Ciiamberiaiii's Colic, Cholera and Inar
rliii' U unedy for bowel complaint. It
1 plea-ant. safe and iclialdo. For sale
by all druggi-ts.
I.Al.sl ,lt K,
I- null llie I ietll.
The ling and pole nf J. YY. Tlmrlti r's
livery eliil'le wiw etriick by lightning
Weilneeday during the rain florin.
Ituhert Kynn and MIsh Jettnie Stevens
were united In marriage at the lll -e of
the I'mhate Judge In Klugr-taff, on lHt
Tuesday. Jutlge N. (i. Laytoii perfurnntl
Little CI, in ure l'lilliani, the three-yeai-nl,l
son of Iterttnler T. K. I'lilliani,
fell into a tub nf hut water lti"t Kriilay
ami whh ha lly Hntliled. Mm. l'ulliuui
happened to be near ami at once rusem-d
him, ntlierw.se it would have proven
Try atkllllM Baat Ua aa4 kaalaa vaar.
llurklii A ml. Hal.a.
Ttie best huIvh in tli w,,ri,l fr Cuts
Urolses More- I leers Kelt Id, em,, l,.tt
Horeo. letter. Chiiinied HamlH. Chillilalntt.
Corns, and all Kkiu KruplloiiH, and piml-
tively eureri I'ileH, or no pay reipnred.
It Ih guaranteed to give perfect Hati-far-
Honor looiiev refunded. I'rlee ":. eei.ts
tier l, . Kor sule l,v .1. II irlt..lilv
Co , liniKgisti.
Kutrelle, corner (loll and First Htreot
win Hen yuii glum wallpaper at I'J'v"'
double roll and up
Floor matting, w hituey Co
I. Kniloe I lijr
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER,
Agrnt for Nw Mrxico.
Mso Agent for the best HI II.MNH and I.ON 0(TUH,
HT( t K ( K M'-NKY TM T.OA.V.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Of the United States.
Outstanding Assurance Doa-mlicr
New Assurance written in 187
Proposals for Assurance Examined
Assets, December 31, i8y7
Reserve on all exictintj I'oli; ies
alnndard) and all other liabilities
Surplus, 4 per cent standard
Paid Policy Holders in 187
jJQgg'P ;v"MMt Insurance in For
STRONGEST "'" sun-iu.
BEST ''y ltitli C'l;iliii! Prompter.
I'aj I larger I1 id. ii.Im, (t 1 ,000,000
more during lust lite jcais.) Ihhiis lietter I'olli leu.
WALTER N. PARKHURST, Ceneral Manager,
M:V MIIXICO AM) ARIZONA ll.l'AK I'.MKNT,
A llu iieni tie, Mexico,
THEY WANT TO TKLL
These Oratoful Womon Who Have
Boon Holpod by Mrs. Plukham.
Women svlio hT miffered Becrrlj
ml been rt-lirvi'd of tlti-ir 1 1 In by Mrs.
l'lnkliniii's ailvii-o It ml niedielne aro
coiiHtantlv pitltllentinn of their
tatvmi'iitN for tlio iH'iu llt of other wo
men. Here aro two luicli letters:
Mm. lA.ir. IIkvkiu.y, "58 Mvrrlmno
St., Ixiwi-ll, Mass., writes:
" It nffurils mo preat pleamirt to tell
all sulTerin if women of the benefit I have
receivcil from tiiUinir Lyiliu K, l'iiik
liani H Veife tablet iniM)iiniI. I run hard
V find worilHtoexpressiiiygratituilc for
what she has done forme. My troublo
wasuU-eration of the womb. I wa un
der the doctor's care. I 'rain exnmintt-
tlnn he found fifteen rery larpe uleera,
but he failed todonie frKd. I took iteT
ernl Itottlesof l.vilia K. I'inkham'a Vege
table -')tnMiuniI, also useil the Sanative
Wash, and am cured. Mrs. rinkham'a
medieine aared my life, and I would
reenintiifnd It to all sulTorinif women."
Mrs. Amos Thomiilka y, KUenburgh
Ctr., N. V.. writes:
"I took cold at the tlmo my baby
was born, causing me to have milk
legs, aud waa aiek lo bed for eight
weeks. Doctors did mo no good. I
surely thought I would dio. I was al
so troubled with fnllingof the womb.
1 run Id not cut, had faint spells as
often as ten times a day. One day a
1 n 1 1 y came to Hen me and told me of the
ttcnnllt hhe lind derived from taking
Lydiu E. riiikham'a me, Heine, and ad
vised me to try it. I did no, and bud
taken only liulf a IkiUIo ltcfore I waa
able, to Hit In a chsir. After taking
three bottles I could do my own work.
I uui now la perfect health."
IVASIl.ll, KOH HACK, KKr AM) l.llsT
W anted -Two gooil ituirynieii. AiltreMi,
1). S. at le mull, thin city.'
Munition wanted by a young man with
en leant' experience In rlulhing and
funeral meieh.iii'li-e Htote i iilit'etstiiliilH
Kit 'Hell Hit, I Spanish; best of references'.
Ail Iresrt K, ClllI N olliee.
Wanted To purrhme a young, fresh
i- w. Apply riHtui H, Ariiiijn Iniililing.
AIhoiiii elegant eix-rooiu ttrirk lioiis,
li i Ii, cellar, pantry, lint and cold water,
sew.r cnuiieliDiis, all to nell fur a Hong
n ul Hing it yotirself .
Two hmi'ies ami lotn. Iuitiire of Krank
K. Iiinieln, lllil Houth First street, All ii
i'ieriUI. Kur Salt A lln upright piano wnrth
i in '.Hill he Hold for t Aiklresh IM).
Valve wine, pure and healthful, at
ul &n reniH a gallon at C. A. Krainle'a
' Y'i north ilroudway.
White wine for Htilo cheap ly
h-irn'1, mole by Lotus lutliert, of
i orralt-H. hi iinre II. H, htUKlit.
A liiix as-iortnietit of new furniture
onlv, at '1 to south Kirst street, cheap fur
i ili or lii'itiillni"in. w. v, r utrelle.
Kor Sale -At Shalaui, lioiia Ana, N.M..
t!ie reaistt red (iueniHey hull (iliuinr.vl,
No. Itov.ij tlropped April '.'h. Is'.tV; sire,
imported Annato, No. ilshi. I'rire, f 1ml.
Tn Kent 1 room liniiHe uinl alfalfa. W.
To Kent - Furniture and household
H'ioiIh. W . V. Kutrelle.
Kor Kent A furnished house; two
looms and kitrheu, rlienp, Kor partiru
I n rtt'l at Keiiry'M 1 'litre, rornerot First
utreet ami Cupper aveiiue.
: ,- for I Hit
. e - a t.e" , nr.
"1 Lute tAs 41.
,1. -lieu..' !,e
All lr,r,: ,u
The Santa Fe 1'arillr railroad will sell
tiekelH to Los Aligelen, Santa Moiiira,
Leilomla and Sail I'legn at the rate of
i It) for the round trip, three times each
month during June, July ami August.
Three tu-ketH will have a limit of ninety
ihiys and require roiitinnoiis passage
east of Mm liarnadlnti iu earh direction,
west of there they will permit Mtopovvre
at the passenger pleasure.
I ites of suit, are ,lu e I, 15, 'J'.i.July
i, H, zi, AngiiMt :i, n, ;vi.
W. H. Tut I I.. Agent.
A I I, 11.1 Ztijeya
I'he pleasant Ihtvor, gentle arllon, ami
HHilhinif t fleet of Syrup of Klgs, when iu
i UIM ,,f a laxative. Hlnl If the father or
i mother be costive or ItllioiiH, the most
grant ) ilili re-nlts follow Us use; HO that
It is tlie best family reiiie.ly known ami
fwrv family hIioiiIiI have a Iioltle
' Maiiiifarlure'd by the California Fig
S) rup Co.
! "nr muslin underwear w nianurar
tured by one of the leading mittiiilat
turers in the cotllitrv. Full rut, well
! newed, ami sold on their merit, ut ex
reeilingly low priren. Kosenwiild Urns.
j Save money and buy from the Htork of
tlriiuiuiers' aamplea at the hrononnst
i little of everything among the lot;
thud oil regular pines.
31, . 1 ,1 i.",M:n.OO
and I )ci lined
(4 per rent
2 1,1 .n ,07 :.)
"o,." 1:1,1 7 i.s 1
m,hm;,:m 1.1 1
H'l'l'tn? t'nkn. H liltnejr Co.
Ktre, lire, lirn shle at "'I he Kuir Store."
riumlilng nmt giw lUtiug. W hltnej Co.
i ronhi rv ami la'.WKr, WliHuet Co
Krult jars and jelly glannes, Whitney
N w Hif iifn, :t."t rentH per 1 m i pnunits,
nt A. l.t'iiitLirilo'i.
I" .tirnir." t lie KeniKiiulHt enle of whhIi
goo !h nf all klinlrt.
A t"i ,l llei -iile of ilriiniiiierH' HHinples
a the Keoiion I-1.
I ,rtv rente nv,,i feet rlo'li ilia V with
fru ,:e ut Kul.-ellt. fi.
New line i f white Kmi'ire fans Jntt re-Ceiv.-il
at llie llroi'iiuiiet
I'ure ere .: tl ihlle. 1 f ' r un .er
pniinil, nt l.iiittlianlii'e.
ii ltheHt prn e paid tnr gentx' eiuthliig
ft'. I. ft i, 11 ; li ,1,1 netuie
Altelnl t'le cpi i liil Male of Hhlrt waiets
it the Kri'iiiiinn-t Huh week.
Liiteet ii'ivehhM in poiupatlour and side
Coui'iH. Him 'tiwulil brotliert.
Cider or wine vinegar, pure and strong,
25 cents per gallon, at A. Louihnrdo's.
A complete Hue of potted
dellracieH for lunrheoiis and
If you want anything tn the binding
rjtb printing line, call at ThkCitikkn
The beet grnrerioq ami finest llitiors
for taniily use at the lowest prices, at A.
The freshest Ntm k of htaple and fancy
roci rien re to be found at Hell A C'o.'a,
Ssrial Hale on nltlrts, underwear,
oix. Hippi'iiders, at the liol,!eti Kule l)ry
J odri coiupauy.
None but the best nrlls's employed at
llahn's hailier nhop, N. I. Antiijo imild
nig. llntliH 'Joe.
New (irgauilieH, lawns, d.uiilieu, etc.,
in all the new elT'Cls, on t-ale this week,
at the Krouomist.
Slightly damaged by (Ire. IuhhIs of
fered cheap on the bargain Coiintem at
llie pair Store
Iook into Kieinwort H ninrkot on north
mird street. He lion the inreril frtvb
m .ils in t cltv.
Kre-dl Vt'gelahleM, fruits lu Heasou,
poultry ami stnile groreiieH, at Hell A
l o. s, .Second Htreet.
I'.-st 01. 1 Kye or Hourliou whlHky for
ine.iielnal puipoees, only ',." renin per
ioart, ut A. Lmnl aroo's
Hot chile con rarne nerved every night
at the 1'arinlis" to not u.hh It. Karhe
L'hi it, (iioiui, (iroprietora.
Ladles, show your patriotism aud buy
i red. white and blue I tevvey Wai d, ouly
it the lioldeu Kule Dry IiihhI coiupauy.
All experienre of yaiH eiu.hle J. L.
Kill .V Co. to furnish j tint what their cus
tomers want Orders Holniteil; free de
J. L. B"ll A Co , tlie grown, HiirreHHoin
to F. K. Trotter, are prepared to furnish
everything lu their Hue at the lowest
rurrliitr-e your ticket for a trip to tlie
famous Sulphur hot Hprlugti from W.L.
1 riuihle & Co. h. I hey w ill give you all
Huve lust received imolnei lot of rranh
huts. Ihey are very neat ami only Cost
"o cents. Simon Stern the Kail road
The htvit place for good. Juicy Hteaks
and ronstH ami all klmls of uieata, keitt
ina lirst cIivhh iiiukel, at KIh.i. worts,
uortli Ihird Htreet.
Alivaya the llrst with newest novelties
In ladies' wear. Come ami look at the
lievvey walet, only to be had at the
(ioli'.eii Kule I'ry (looti.s coiupauy.
The Sulphur hot Hpringn Ih the Ideal
mountain res, i t within a day's ride of
tlilHi-itv. Call at W . L. Trimlde A Co.'h,
ou north Second street, for particulars.
Ask our wrapper customem how they
like our goods. They will tell you they
are all right and "awfully cheap." They
are cheaper now than ever. KoHenwald
Just received a large assignment of
tine California llrupe Iirandy, spring 'li'J,
which wo will sell to sal, s, n keepers at
f'i.i.i per gallon. Original package. O.
Kat hechl ,V It. Itloiul.
liealers in Kemingtoii typewriter!, the
stamlard typewriters of the world. Can
supply tmsinesri oilir.-s with experienced
sletiographers to till pi-ruianeut ami tem
poral y positions, a', short notice. 1 1 aim
V l o.
Call ut "The lireii Front" ehoe Htore
for clnldren's and ini-wi.' eandaU and
ixfords, I in, k an I tan, latest styles, ll to
H, h., rents; M' lo 11, w rents; 11 to 2,
trinities' oxiord', ! V . Chaplin, pro
prietor. Kicltislve novelties to he had only ut
The Keononiist: I he "new" liewey mili
tary bell. I lie new patriotic bund Ihiw.
I he new effect III patriotic stick pins.
"Ileatity pins," the bttert thing out. l.a
, lies' pniT Heart.. I'ink titttetia silk un
derskirts, etc. Kveri thing nt eustern
I lie .it. V e ,r I . . V , I ,., ,,r.-l.
KiteH l.i Oiiisha.
The roil ml trip, good for thirty days,
Costs t lo.oi. The round trip good to re
turn uiilll Noveuilier l.'i costs to'i. For
further partirulars impure at the ticket
ollice. V. II. l lil I.U Agent.
m0v t.m .urn iiii.t) ii.mKWw' ytjuanwa
Academy of "Our
noAADIVit AMI HAY SCHOOL K H
(ilKI.M AMI Vif.MI I.AIUKS
SISTERS OF LORETTO.
Tli Ifitli Aradtinic Term Will Of hi Mondnv, Sept 5 th, I!!i5.
'I In. A,., I1IV I. ,lll,lle. in a leo.l ,e-ir:,lile l allori ill llie .-it v o f.ei,,M. I,.r It-. I.etlllifiil
no, I :mree.,l,le , litl, lie I l,e 1 .11 1 1, 1 1 UK fi 1,11 , -he, I 1 1, ,uu hunt lO, III, el. rn r. , V. 1 ... , .
1' lintf -1 1 - '1 1 I1e.1t le,t ;in-l 1 ,,l,l w :, r, t-.O I,h.
I !,. , ,,nr- el in-One n,,o r. ,ie ri rverv
me I Art re, e, r .ei i,tl at tent
l-oi I 'H 1 im I' l. e TI nil-Ire.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albmiuurque, N. M.
Ox3eiiA.ll tluv Yeni'.
Good accomodations at reasonble ra'es. The following ii the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Csoriiurn chloride, grains per gallon
Calc ium sulphate, grains per g.illon ......
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gidon..
Total 1 1.337 1
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Allmquerque
foi the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
Order si ue at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
tvenue, Albuquerijue, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. r'roprietor.
t il APllSHcU 1878.
W holesale Grocer !
Our m Dcla!ty
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
B adding Pivpm
hrnn 'iTin mi T-m i
First St. ami Lead
W M . O tIAPLI N ,
I urn rim I i i
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuqueraue, N. M.
25c 50c t Xii DRUGGISTS
CHESGEHT GOAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal in ose. Yard
opposite Freight Oific..
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent,
New Telephone No. l64..
Old Telephone No 25
Leave ordersTrimble's stable
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, HHnifHH, ShiIiIIwi. Bml,llirjt,
Haittllnry llnrilar, t ut SoIhm, Mkk
NiiIIh, Hhihi'H, CiHllig. VMiIjis, 1'ollurn,
Hwi't I'aiK ("bstor (ill, AxIh (ireiiMH,
HoMtun CuhcIi Oil, I nto Nfro, Ku.l.lv
HnrvtHtiT (Hl,NfiilHr,Hit(iil, l.aril Oil,
Hiirni'xH Oil, 1,IiihmI til.l'ust il Mui.
lUritfHd htNtp, t'Hrrliiift rJKtii(ftrt
Clitiiniiln Skin, lliir- Mtvlli'liiKri.
II-loo tlie Iiowoat.
IllKtiOHt Market Trio I'alil (or IIIiIhn
Thos. F. Keleher,
406 Railroad Avc Albuqurrqu.
If yuu raiiiint liml Uik kimmIh at tlie
KcoiioiiilHt It Ih lit) ih looking elxewliere
Im tliB rottiiiiitiii expreHKlnii anion nt tlie
laitlnN of Allnui'lerqiiH.
A new line of line iiinllty utiM-k ril.lmii
In Nu. i'l. Till ami ti.) i,liln, wurtli ni to
uui'. a yaril; npfi-lnl at -.'itv at tlie Kmiio
The I'leaneet ainl lient Himint.'il Imrlter
shop in the Hontliwewt -HuluiV, N. T. Ar
111 i jo builtliiiK.
Kooin woultllfiK. Whitney Co.
Lady of Light."
THII RV THK
lull, ll 1 , rtilr, hot o-u t,, a tleineivli r,.llu,l
For Sick or Well.
Pkaunt, Toning, CUaming, Rrbui'dinf Invigorating, S(rrngth
cning. With It you on have in your own room, a Sanitarium,
Hot Springs, 1'urkuh, Kuulin, Mnacatrd, Dry Si ram. Vapor,
Akohol, tHygrn. Fcrlunud Mbirral, Quinine or Sulphur
Ballu, At a Gial of about 3 u-.lv sit batb.
M A NUFA C fUR EO BY
HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY,
R. M. IRTIN Prri4nl and Managrr.
607 Church St.ett, Nashville, Tennessee
:stailk : oiiocEiaEa:
To ti fio'ir1 Honthif,
8 hi Pt'rlj, llf
ii miUiftin i iii i vi vi
A complete Stock of tlm
Douglas Shors ind Slippers.
Iidies' Hutton ami
e Shoes of All
! rescript ions.
BALLINU BROH., Ptorti.ToM.
vVMilin;? Cakoa a.Spwialty I
W. Doair. PatronaK, and w.
OuaranU. Plrst-Claaii Baking,
rrli-trrapbordrraaiillclled antt Frompllr Killed
A. E. VALirEJi7
Secretary lotuil Building Association.
Ivnr mi J. V. llMrl1ic' I.Dinhar
Mumila'inier of nni rr.!i
Tb. Boat K-.it arts Uatln VelitiU,.
Fine Horse -Shoeinr t Specialty.
KatinfacUon QaaranLod In All W oik
RepairiiiK. Puii'tinif an I Trluimluf
lion on rihnrt Nutlc. : i i i i i i
3licp, Corner Cop?sr Af. and Pint S;.,
Ai t-gnQr. N. V
Can'tBe Beat "
Buy or St 11
uou aoun A.VX1.