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THE DAI IiY CITIZEN
HltlHKS A Mil KNItlHT, i'lBLIMHKHfl
Tnna. licHiiiK K.liwr
W. T. Run.nT. fmn. Mitt. anil City Kd
fl mi.ixii ii itaii.t .m ntrKit.
AiwoctatM PrM Afternoon THinrrarua.
Otllclal 1'iht of Bernalillo fonnij.
1-argw.t City ami County Clrrnlntlon
Th ljirt -t ,Npw MhxIoo Circulation
Larwt North Arizona Ormilatioii
ALFU Ql KrUJI K. Jl I.Y 21. I WW
Thk new war omnia air rail j eoruwautl
The era of the trocha unit the barbml
wire fence, In Cuh ha pamed.
Tiik I' lilted stnti-s In a grand miccem
at ahip built t ii (7 and hIi i p dft-troylog.
IlF.LKGATK K KHlil'tWON will be the
nominee of the democrat for reflection.
Thi ncgroe la the l'nltwl State) rep
resent about 12 per cent of the entire
Kiw Mfii o ha Oiled If quota of vol
unteera, and the people should get right
down to liiHinwu.
NkwMkxii o IiihIiM that her veteran
Koiirii Kbiera ehould take part In the
I'orto Kico raiiipntKii.
Thi eipre-nt and telegruphio com
panlee ahould tie forced to pay their pro
portion of the war tax.
Thk immigration reporta for Hhd
Frauclaco f nr June hIiow a remarkable
decrease cuuiiare I with laxt year.
Tni executive council of Hawaii liaa
Digued a contract for cable from the
eoaat of the L'uitvd Slates to Honolulu
Ovih Ave hundred men are at work on
the cruleer Yorklown at Mare Inland
navy yard, San Kranclwo, running her to
Auvitfca from Havana elate that con
dltiona are conxtautly growinc worse
and that ahark meat la regarded ae a
Thk merchant of the I' u I ted Statea
ahlpped to foreign eouutrlea I ant year
enough meat aud breailnturTa to feed forty
NKAKI.T all the people of South Amer
ican countries are la eympathy with
Spain and refune to believe ntoriea of
In the cotton need Itnluttry lat year
not lex than 4,x',okj ton of cotton aeed
were con-nnie.l, the total value of the
product agKrexating f I'-u.uHi.mnj.
PhbsiUK.NT Mi hi.M.KV la aaid to be
dUappoluted at the action of the Cuban
allien of the America!! army. The
trouble U that too much waa expected of
Thk Cuilahy Packiug company at
Omaha ha conceded the demand of It
striking workmen, and It 1 claimed
that the Increase lu wagea amount, lu
the aggregate, to 75,1)00 a year,
A tl.mi.VMiN lately aiMretwed hi
femal auduura aa follow: "lie not
proud that the blemted Lord paid your
Bex the diHlluguinhed compliment of ap
pearing tlmt to a female after hi resur
rection, for it wa done that the glad
tiding might be spread the sooner."
Awl'iliM, that the Spaniard do not
know when they have got enough, the
president and the oDIcial of the army
aud navy department are pushing with
great vigor the preparation for the In
vasion of l'ur:o Kico aud the visit of
Commodore Muldoii' tleet to the coast of
Thuik will probubly lie no trouble be
tween the I'ulted btitte troiii and the
Cuban Insurgent. The Cuban olllcial
aay that they have no coiupluint to
make, and assert that only the lower
clae of the insurgents aie given to pil
lage, which will be Mispressed a rapidly
Thk work or the lied Cron iwciety In
Cuba Is winning the admiration of the
world. These brave men and women
who are al the front lu posts of danger
are heroe of the war a well a those
who do the lighting against bullet,
which are too often directed against
these good bumaratan by the cold
San Jl'AN, l'orlo Hun, Ims prolyl it
vtrength more often than lu weukuee.
Three times it has repelled attack of
the llritlnh.tu once Kiirrenderlng to them.
The city of perhup l'2,i)oo population 1
aituated on an Island, connected wllh
the mainland by a bridge. It harbor la
one of three only which are safe at ail
time from a ground dwell, which often
break against the island cliff wllh
HI.) llll t. hl.lHI'.l.
The ofliclal of the Internal reieuue
bureau believe the country will ahsorb
more Internal revenue slamp than pont
age atauip. The pmtoltlce department
print als,ut 3.(am,it,inaj postage stamps
a year, or au average of lO.uii.l'U) a day.
The requisition for lulernul revenue
alainpi from the sixty three collecloi
alrealy tilled amount to bm,HKi,0fX),
which aeeiu to have been Instantly ab-
oo-h" ! rv tn miMIn an1 t!iy ar now
r liili'K f.r nvrf. He ilxpartnipnt i ,
t ilii g out nlii'it ir,(i.oii a ilav. An!
Min ate f t t tux." I'hIiI Ii the- rsilriipil
("n'tiatiii noon lill r( Im.Iiiih lln th
rl f ailaif rit to r-tnrt a rovt'tiii of lx
twwi ll.in'.o i mill J.i.(Ki,mii from tht
Till' imi in: , nr N 1 hjh.
While Ktiriji.'n Itm-M will need only
forty-lit a jeiiin or fo, ..(iiriii.iny about
ntif live yearn, Austria llungiiry eeien
ty yarn, Ki.,!M'nl dvr'itr jeari and Italy
llltyenri it wll t'i!ti Kra:i(e over Hi 10
yiiri In ili iil'ie liri i uliitlon.
lmt H'e.'iWI the lima of Altai"
l,orrplne' I f,on i -mills rininrid wllh
the In' Kriwe ulT'"r every ilat ? In
t!ie lint live yi'ari the fOrmaii populn
t ion tun InpreiiM'd by 3.iki.ik0, who are
every one fully (terruiitn. Kraure mean-
Ii le hi torrea-wil her people by only
I7.".'. who are not even of Krench
The Inrrtwr- of a nation Ik of the ut
nioet important- to the tuiei'e-w of It
country. It ha nnnt murli In the
nineteenth century; It will mean m ire
In the twentieth.
I'llKTII KII O.
IVrto Kico lies at the windward end of
the Antillean chain. It In 2.00 mile
dltUtit from Home pari of Cuba, which
hw lb nt it run a long way to the east.
It tiff ird an excellent vantage for con
trol of the drib mi a trinle. I; I eo fur
out into tlm AUuutii th.it the eitntilinh
m nt of a d aling Ntalioli Uk.ii It eoil
W'Milil be of liniiie'i'rt advantHiie to our
ehtp In caxe of further trouble with
K'liopean nitlorm U I capabl of
growing iiifr, n IT , fruli ami other
trni'ic at.ipli In the greatext al uriiliiin e.
In proportion to eizi It ha pnid Spain
more money th in any other one of it
Thk feeling of the army I exercling
a mnrked Influence on buinex. The
bak-ra of the l'nlte.1 State, a well a
other, are getting a good deal of trade
thi way. The National Hlnciiit company
ha received in all order for H.iuki.iuki
pound of army bread. It will take oi),-
OW barrel or flour to make thi. The
a-uilliig of 20,i .H) or 3i,(iiU hpanleh prl-
oner home will create a great demand
for many food product.
Rinck the annexation of Hawaii an
erroiieou iuipreNHlon ha gained ground
in many quarter with reference to the
total territory of the I'liited State. If
we were to retain the Philippine, Cuba
and Porto Kico our territory would be
lncreaed about LMi,7i:i eipiure mile, or
au area a little le than that of the
nlHte of Texa.
Ai l the heioe of the war are lu line
i'or promotion, except the man who, of
all other, 1 dewrvinn of credit for the
ucce which ha attended the nation'
caiie. Mckinley can't be promoted, but
all honeet men will freely accord him
th honor which I hi due.
Kx-Phmiiiknt IUuhiwin usually come
very near tho mark when he eiprewto
hliueelt oil public topic. With regard to
the effect lu Spain of the fall of Santia
go, he aya: ".-pain 1 not a country you
can reaeoii with, excr pt by force."
Thk word Klondike mid Yukon are
ringing throughout the world and lead
ing thoii'amU to that far-away country,
t.'iere to nii-et hardnhlpa, disappointment
and poMNibly death.
Thk YeHiiilu will accompany Admiral
SauipiHin to Porto Klcan water, aud will
operate against the fortillcatlou of San
Juan when the Investment of that city 1
Nkw Mfxii'0 1 being Hcourged with
nmallpox. Heroic efforta hIiouIiI be
adopted to atauip out the pent. Couipul
ory vaccination would help.
Tho cattle ehlj iiieni from New Mexico
Mince th- first of tne year hIiow a decreaee
of alMiut iVi.OU) head from the Ujjure fur
the same period of IH'.i7.
AmiiiuL Iikwkv ha received rein
lorceuieut aud i now In position to
Tit KoalUlaC M laa aaa kakla Kriv,
Fur trr fitly tuam.
An oi.d and Vt ki.l-Tuiku Kkvikuy.
Mi, wiimlow' h.xithlng hyrup ha
lie.-n nueil for over II it y yeur by millions
if inoihei for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect eiiiTe-iH. It Hoolhe the
, l. il l. hofieus the guiu allay all pain,
i ures wind colic, and l,-i the beet remeily
I r diarrhoea- It 1 pleaenut to the taste.
Sold by druKKiwl lu every part of the
world. Twenty-live cent a bottle. It
value l incalculable. He sure and ank
tor Mrs. Vt Inslow' Soothing Syrup, and
take uo other kind.
I. A llrLl.tC.
From llle t'ri-nm-l.
Deputy l ulled States Surveyor McKean
wa in camp c inpleting the survey pa
per on the Nadoch group of placer on
Hev. I.aminert will hold urns at Klizt-
betlitowu ou the 2ilh Inst , and from
tip-re will visit thedilTeretil point lu hi
circuit, union tin in Cat-kill, Yermejo
and Maxwell I lly.
Tti school b ir I have ordered a four
m nitlm' ncIiiioI, term to opi ii Angii-it 1.
The form of the hieroglyphic and the
spelling in the school Isx.k will be
straixhtriill.il Stale The hiiuestlou
o' the cunim iinler in-chief of public in-
Htrucliou will not be heeded in this
The Best Advice
W enn v yini n hi ii ymi have Ini
puiv lil.ioil iiii.I aru lilllirti'il vt'illi
si'iofiila, rliiiiin;ilisiii. iii'iinilla, ra-
tiurli in- liny Id (im'ii..i., I, fi takt)
lloinl' Saisiipaiill.i, tho (Ine Tlllii
HIhimI rurilli r. This ini'.li. im- cure
ivln ii nil nlhl'IS fllil fi) (o any iiml.
Hood's Pills "i,r tl0 l,if iiftc r
ilinni r pills, uiit ilii'Biion V.rc,
H. 0. Hiirsum, the sheriir of Socorro
comity who was at Santa Ke ou business
connected with hi oilice, came lu last
night aud continued south thi morning.
See our underwear at l and fl.il per
suit, they are genuine Halbriggan and
worth more money, hiuiuu hlern, the
llallioad avenue clothier.
If you cannot lind the good at the
Ki'oiiomist it 1 no use looking elsewhere
Is the common expression amongst the
ladli of Albuqrinrque.
A new line of llueqiiHllty stock ribbon
in No. On and tin wiilllH, worth up to
0"e. a yard; special at 3. at the Kcono
Have yon een the new military button
belt at the Kconouilst f
lluom moulding. Whitney Co.
Tin work. H hltuey Co.
LONG THE STEEL RAILS.
La'cst Itemi of Rallrol Interest Gatb
trcJ from our Eichxncel.
WHAT THK EMMOTIS AI D01H0.
I). A. Shop ha III brb'g K"V Bt
Alainillo, putting In a new water tank.
It I reported that the Rio Grande I
gnawing away the railway near l a Jnya.
The new r illrin l cnle at l Vega
are I cing put In by a icule expert of To
Mr. Coiiglilin, a dispatcher from Iji
Vf gs, went to work in the San Marclal
olllce lust week.
Kngln (tfil, of the Vt aldo brunch, and
engine P12, of th I.amy branch, are In
lor their Dsual repair.
Foreman (ianley I engaged In length
ening the t at Kngle o that the big en
gine may be able to turn there.
No. 31 1, big engine from the Chicago
extension, ha arrived at San Marclal,
and several more are expected anon.
Klremen Herman Johnson and A. J.
Pott, of San Marclal, have discontinued
their connection with the Santa Ke.
The steam shovel at the gravel pit near
Socorro wa pulled (iff la t week Thi
will knock out two or three more crews.
Kx-!!vllon Foreman lien Caldwell, of
I.as Yegaii, I ft machinist in one of the
ehoie on the Culorado Midland railroad.
( has. II. Stevenaon, the popular pa
senger conductor between thi city and
I.a Junta, ha been laying off the past
Switch engine 222: and 2.IM, which
li'ive been undergoing repair, were last
we. k "turned out of the San Marclal
The Optic says: Hrakeninn Wahle
Harsh haa resigned and returned to his
home at Albuquerque, where hi parent
Kngitiepr I-on Seal, who ha been re
lieving "Alkali .lack" on the Klncon
pn-lier for a few day, la again at San
J. (1. Mr'lrnll and .1. C. Hargrove, two
popular railroader from Wlnslow, are in
the city and can be found at the Hraud
Conductor W. K (irlftl'.h and family
have returned to the city. They were on
a vltit to Michigan relative and friend
the past two month.
Some twelve or fourteen dead engine,
which have lieen replaced by heavier ma
chin, are now lying ou the track In
the San Marclal yard.
Conductor (leo. Cochran, of the Simla
Kb Pacific, ha secured a vacation, and
will leave Albuquerque for Kedondo
Bench, Cal , where Mr. Cochran I now
Kdward Clark and wife came In from
VYIiihIow last night and aie at the Hotel
Hlghlnnd Mr. Clark I an engineer on
the Santa Ke Pacific, and I brother of
Mr. II. J. Redder.
The black list, a far aa the railroads
are concerned, eeems to have been raised.
The last railroad man of I.vi Vega, who
had remained out of work since 1H1M, haa
been permitted to take work.
J. II. Kloyd arrived from Kansas City
and haa been appointed depot police at
I.a Vega, vice C. C. Kverhart, resigned.
Mr. Kloyd I a relative of J. . I. Kinney,
chief of the detective bureau of the Santa
A d. Well, general superintendent of
the Santa Ke Paclllc, accompanied by
Mr. Well and family, and Mr. VY. It.
Chillier aud children, left last night for
Lo Angele. Mr Childer and children
will spend the summer at Hedoudo
Kay Hammond and .1. V. Key, two
member of the engineering corp of the
Santa Ke railway, accompanied by dipt.
C. II. Kilmer, the right of-way agent, left
this in or ilug for Bernalillo, where the
company I doing some work to the track
in that vicinity.
K:iglneer Hurry J. Itehder, of the San
ta Ke I'acillc, came in from VYiuslow last
night, meeting hi wife aud mother In
law, Mr. Clarke, at the Hotel Highland.
It Is understood that Mr. Itehder I likely
to be transferred to a run between thi
city and (iallup. Instead of aa now be
tween (lallup aud Wlnslow.
A very pleasant party of distinguished
Santa Ke railway otlicial are slopping
at the Hotel Highland, arriving last
night. They are Capt. C, B. Kilmer,
light of way ageut, and Robert H. Greene,
of the medical stuff. Mr. Greene aud
Mlsse Blanche Kmberry, Kdna Hough
aud l.ucy Smith accompany the gentle
men. C. M. Tayler, division master mechanic
at Katun, has issued th following to all
tlremen: There seems to be Home misun
derstanding a to the time at which lire
men should clean their engine. Thi I
to a h Ise that Uremen will do all clean
ing ou their engine after arrival at the
terminal point. Thi win k should not be
neglected until time to go out. It should
bo attended to promptly upon arrival aud
if pnHsible before the engine 1 taken in
to the roundhouse.
Harry Johnson, a dead game sport from
Albuquerque, was arrested here yesterday
while trying to get away with Home mon
ey aud HtutI he had stolen from I). 1.
I-inch. 'I he fellow ha been here for
some time, stopping with Hob Kinch.
.Sunday night he entered Mr. Kinch's of
lice and Hlole whatever he could lay
hands on that wa portable. Howeier,
he stopped too long In the went end to
celebrate, and before he got out of town
the burglary wit known ami a warrant
Issued for til in. Mr. Stlte found the
gentleiiiHU and brought him to the jail.
I he stolen good were found on bun and
he admitted to th charge of burglary.
A Htirlou. A.'i'lilriil,
Venterilay ahout 4:110 i. lu., 1). II. Clark
wetit to hi lilcycle shui, which wa
cliwi'il 011 account of the teiujiorary 111
ue of hi uiacliiulNt, K. M. llaa, to
atteuil to aoiii mutter of luihine. II
wa accoiuiiauleil ty hi eon Lilllanl
Clark, about 10 year old. The latter
picked up a Ii caliber revolver lying 011
a tiihle aud began to eiaiiiiue It. Hi
father told liliu to lay It dowu, although
he iiiioHeii it waa unloaded. The next
iiiHtaut tli revolver wa dicharged
and the bullet Htruck Capt. Clark lu the
utile of the abiloiuen about ais iuchea
aliv the groin and perliapa els lucliea
to the right ot the median line, coming
out at about the auuie point ou the left
ld. II left the building and walked
half a Mock to the Riwwell Hrug com
pany' bnllding, where II ctir Kln
efliger and Kergiistin, after probing the
wound, found thnt the bullet had not
penetrated the cavity. After the wound
had been dressed the captain wai taken
home, where he p-ed the night very
comfortably and U feeling quite easy
this morning. Hi doctor say the
wound is not Ht nil ilungroiH and that
he will rapidly re -over, which U wel
come now to all, as it was feared at first
that the injury mig'.t prove fatal.
Thi accident Illustrate and einpha
ht. the wretched folly of allowing
liiadid we: pun i to lie alsuit an pstabiieh
iio nt of any kind, ev.n a gun shop.
Tlwre I absolutely no exen-n for It,
exeept In bank or oilier p'ace of busl
nei where large sunn of money are kept,
and all person In th habit of keeping
II r i arm about them should sen to It that
they are kept empty except wr.en wanted
for Immediate use. Koewell Register.
How In Look llooil.
Good look are really more than Pkln
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organ If the
liver la Inactive, you have a bilious look;
If your stoma. -h I disordered, you have a
dyspeptic hsik; If your kidney are af
fected, yon have a pinched look. Secure
good health, and you will eurely have
good look. "Klectric Hitter" I a gisxl
Alternative and ionic. Act directly on
the stomach, liver and kliluey. purlile
the bliMid, cure plmpbs, blotche Mid
loih, and give n go id complexion.
Kirry bottle guaranteed. Sold at .1. II.
O'Kielly iV Co.' Ilrng More, oil cent
'I he foil, wing have been ai-pollile I no
tarie public by Gov, mor op r i: Abra
h a in lii-b, ,M. ra coiiiily; Vt. B. Buukir,
nan MIkui'I count), and VWllinm A. hog
ers, l havf county.
A l.ll.l FoJ'.y.. !
The pleasant M .vor, g -ntb a -.; I
"iHithlng elli ct of isiriip of Kit i i,
need of a laxative, and if thi '
mother be coeilve or bilious, , -
gra'tryiug remits foil- w it u
it I the bent lainllv remedy k I
every family si, mi'. I have
Manufactured by the Culifi
TOM SAItGEAN f IUUND '
Promluent Clnz:n of Rio Arrlb i -1
Info: tuition ha been reee . ' I,.
New Mi xlcan of the llndiug i i 1
of th" ho ly of l honiiiH A. Saigi-
winkIs In t .vi en ojo l alient a i
In Rio Arriba count.. The . . ... .
found lying uloiig-'iileof the In - . -
teen ruling which wis a!h. '
marks of violence weie vlsi i .
young man's I. -r-.-n and th- i 'Ii
scceptel theory of liH death i
mid the horse were both slruc ,
n I n if.
Mr. Sargeant bad attended t ;
tien at I'll' milu mi last leuii n
Iiik ridden over from hlihouie : . t i
In th evening he started I ,
slopping en rouie nt the h uui .
(lurk, at I'lazt did Alcalde, f r e l.'.'tj
Thi wa the la-t seenof him fi e , l-i
III contiiiutd ab-tence cause i . i ii i
to be mud for him with the r.' unr
Young Snrgeant come fr" i wll
known and highly respected n.i ilv u
Rio Arriba county, lie waaf .' ' i i
the mercantile biisiues with ! ': i
at Kl Rlto and also coudii 'ted i . . .
lve Hheep raising industry. v n n
nephew of Hon. i limna U. 1 1 1 1 ; . ' of
the leading citizen of the terr;. . V.'
Snrgeant wa unman i d.
at (Insists, anil I
pouiler at grocer's.
Use tlic alum cxtr-i
put tin baking kiw
Hrlil fur M urilrr.
Ki'liillv tu the nli(Miilnif at
M'lie lino 1'hIihIIhh liy ('atnriuo ;
of wlilcli th I.a Vi'iri Oiitn? 11 .
tlon in rfMtiTliiy' iwoii-, the .
aililitioiiHl ittrlii'ulitr wth lof
l.at Miturilnjr nllit Mard
liallt: iruv a iluni to lii trln,
i'iw. N. 11., mill (ioiiziIi'h, witli
hail lliiil Si 111 n triiulili', hiiniK
fain to th ili'or ot til luill 1 t
rallml t'lilmlliH to rniii nuHi.
h Jl'l, lielnn ii1 arm. 'i iu.it 111. t .
1 11 it any truiitil. lln wa nn-t '
c .1m uith a Smilli .V. Wnkicnii :ti
who iuiniHillati'ly lnvan llrin, t
taking cITi'i't, on In tin) iilnlni 1
on in tlm right arm.
ShnriiT Kihidto arriMtml ami
Onnzalf to th ity. Similar in .
ami 11 wa iuhi-imi uuir f ti
Jii'lir VNoohIit to iiwhii th ai-tln..
ifranil Jury. Vitiriliiy inorniiiK
wouiiiiinl man iliint, ami (oiiizIih wa
arrfHtcil ami I how iu J ill.
HOTKL II It. HI. AN L.
Kilwanl Clark nuil wire. II. J. Hlnlir,
VUiihIi.w; Mr. Hum. Mine, Sail Hi-rna
illno, ( nl.; Cay lluniuioiiit. J. V. hy,
I.a Viikuii; t' It. Uiluii r, K.idt. I.. llrieiiH
anil wifiv liluiii'li Kiiiln.rrv. K.lua IIhiikIi.
l.ui'jr huiltli. Tiiii'k.i; K. M. Kvau. Clil
catio; J. K. Miiriliy, lliiitnii, Miih.
ttTt lliiKst' Kl liul'KN.
K. M. (liiHt, Lu AngnltiH! ir. Ilariwr,
(iallup; K. Klorimi llulin, lunntiiK, i itl.;
W alter (i. Mm 111. hi. I.huhiiii; (i. U
llowaril. Hauta hj ('. K. .Inn, I'ih-IiIo;
W. A. Itiiuiar. Kiiiinhi t'ityj j. J Hlori
ilau, Santa Kh; lico. W . Siiiwart, Hiwton;
I.. I.. I. von. Hwnvr; lr. T. Mitrhi-ll I'rml
ilen, Nhw York; Al. ami Clayton Hutu
erill, ManruH, Colo
l'rof. H. HariliiiK. lis Vega; J. (1. Mr
liriiil.J.C Hargrove, Win-low; W. A.
M 1U011, Kre.l hammer, Kl I'aio; St.
JuliiiH KurliMi, K l. Kuinlle, lllaiiil. N. M ;
Cha. K. Vtomliuuli ami wite, lliwtoil.
Ma.; (1. H. Caron. I.a Vega.
Our in nil i ri umlerwiiar i niauufao
tureil 1 1 y one of th li'U.lliig uimiufae
turer in the fountry. Kill I cut, well
eeweil, all. I olil oil their merit, at ex
('eeiliiigly low price. ltoenwiilil Kro.
Save money ami liuy from the Htock ot
iiniumier eaiiiiue ai ine M-onoiuiHt - a
liltl of averythiug among the lot; one
thinl I'll regular irii'e.
Highest Honors World's fair,
Quid Medal. Midwinter Pair.
A Pure (lr.pt Cream ol Tailur Pondtr.
40 YFAR5 THF STANDARD
Is Knttufft:! hy
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. VV. ALQER.
Agtnt fof Nw Mexico.
A ho Agent for th best RCII,D1N0 and 1,0 IN ASSOCIATION,
STOCK I'MK XAI.K.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Of the United States.
Outstanding Assurance iX-cemhcr
New Assurance written in iHj7,
Proposals for Assurance lixaniincd
Assets, December 31, 1897
Kesrrve on all e.xi'tin I'nli. ies
standard) and all othir liabilities
Surplus, 4 per cent standard
1 .nil I'oli'y IIoHers in 1897
JQ23,p JvMohI Insurance In Foreo.
STRONGEST ri'wt KuriiuH.
BEST lentil CliiiniK rrninplor.
I'nyn Larfr Dividends ($1,000,000
1. ire during last five arM.) Isstten Hetter 1'olieieH.
V ALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager,
NUW MEXICO ANO ARIZONA DEPARTMENT,
Alliiuiiiorqiic, 'w Moxiro,
THE SULPHUR SIRINOS
WASON & TRI.MULE, Props.
'.'it bt cau'pptJ tri-wilclv (ojr-horic
1 1 tu (he I imoul Sulplinr Sorini In th
A I JfUyt, ThursJiyi nd SatunLyt it
,TT H ind al I p. m. and arrive al Stilphim
fl.J WT.J J - I I.' 'J
' ivi niu4y, w lanuuyi inu i nudyi.
awl 1. r r annA Q.m4 . .. in I.a m A..nt In.
Round Trip Tickets for Sale by
VV. L. TRIMBLE &
E. J. POST & CO.,
Wc Carry a Full Line of Buckeye
Easy Dump Hay Ralr.es.
Write tor rriccs. Mad orders
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Armijo Itulldliiff.
A. Ountrallr Ijooated IZotol.
PEN LKTTKKS vb'JJOM
: lie E. Oroon Bnd Mm. najTy
VtNiK K CiiKKN, IieuiuarU, Iowa,
m r to Mrs. I'inlihain:
hail Wen hick at my monthly
1 i nl for acrcii yoiira, anil tried
. t r vervthing I ever licartl of, but
nit any licmllt. Waa troublad
" . Imckuclie, licmlache, palna in the
11. : ilrm uiul (li.iiii a. Through my
in . t I was iniliii i'il to try Lyilia K.
t .i:.'. urn' Vcgetahle ('ornK)unil, and
'' !,i. done ma ao much good. lam
. - mud otnl well."
M - Iarht Hardy, Kivcniile, Iowa,
.1.. u Mr. I'iiikhaiu the story of
her atruglo with mirlouaovariau trou
ble, and tho Win-fit hho received from
the use of I.vilia K. I'inliham'a Vege
table Coiiipniind. Tlila is her letter:
" How thankful I am that I took
your nicilii'ino. I wis troubled for
two years with inflammation of the
womb and ovuriea, womb was alao rery
low. I was la coiiKtunt misery. I had
heart trouble, was abort of breath and
could not walk live blocks to save my
life, buffered very much with my
back, huil liviiduelio all the time, waa
nervous, menstruation were irregular
and painful, had a bad discharge aud
was troubled with bloating. 1 waa a
perfect wreck. Had doctored aud
taken local treatments, but still waa no
better. 1 waa advised by one of my
neighbors to write to you. I have now
finished the second bottle of Mrs. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and am
better la every way. I am able to do
nil my own work end can walk nearly
a milo without fatigue; something I
hud not been able to do for over two
years. Your medicine has don xne
ni jre good than all the doclora."
lllKhtl Cain PrlCM l'lil
Kor furniture, stove, rarpet, clothing,
trunk, harne, saddles, shoea, etc.
Hart's, 117 Hold avenue, next to Welt
Kargo Kxpreti nlllce. See me befor yon
l.lilral e 1 .mi- llnwi'la U.ili I'Hm nrrll.
1 .!', :' l':iti, uii... enr. ii.t .c luri-n-r
.Oi'.u... IMM'i: f;nl. ilrui'i..,stM..iii,,i imini"-
Iturklt.u'a Arulra aalv.
The beet salve iu the world for Cut,
Bruises, Sores, I leers, Salt Kheiiui, Kever
Sure, Tetter, Clmiied llaints, Chilblain,
Corns, ami all Skin Kruiliou, and posi
tively cures I'iles, or 110 pay required.
It 1 guaranteed to give perfect Hiitiilac
tiuii or money refiimli'd. I'rtce 2.1 cents
per lux. Kor sale by J. II. tl'Keilly A
Co , lirugglst.
lli'h't lu'mrro Hi.lt and hni ik. Inur I ire A).
Tn ipnt li.iia. ru ciimiv uiul turcier. lie iiuiti
11 lit', lull nt 1. le. iii rve uiul iiiur, luku iu Ti
II ii. llii H-.tiUi-r .inn r, th.it maUi-H wruk lin n
fclri.n; A I iIi-lci'ihik, Mi- nr I'uro unuruil
O'mi llmiUlt-t slut s.tii,ile free. Aililri-
butiliij Heuiiilj 10, C'liuako or New Vorav
The clearing ale at the (iolden Rule
lry llisiils eiuiipauy is the limit wonder
ful sal that has ever taken place in thi
city. Von cuii buy muslin at ,'1'jC a
yard, India linen at 3c, lace curiums at
The cleanest and best appointed barber
slinp in the Houiliwest- lialiu', N. 1. Ar
V j u
Mf'NKV TO I.I1A V
3r, 1897. . ,.f 1 , 1 (;.",s:i7.0()
and I )n lined
(4 per tent
,:ti 1.1 1
t in th- Sj'itHnt. From Thorn- Q
Jtmtt Mjuntiim Ltivt Thornton
8 a. m. arrive at Bland 12 nnoni leave B
at S p. m. Staec returns from Sulphurt R
D . . : . I All . . (H
r irun iuviiij niouqurrquc on Miur-
CO., - Albuquerque
Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Sel
Milburn and Studebik.tr Wagons
grvtn prompt attention.
WAHTKII, roll SAI.K, KKNT AMI LOST
Wanted Four painters. C. A. Hud
son, Silver avenue.
Two house and lot. Inquire of Krauk
K. Hanli'l i, lli:i Rinitli First street, Albu
querque. Kor Sale A fine upright piano worth
ftoo, will be sold for '-I2.'i. Address I'.O.
Native wine, pur aud healthful, at
only ii) rent a gallon at 0. A. U ramie's
..)6 north Hroadway.
Kor Hale Mercantile business, well
"stubliHli'sl; eash needeil, from $1,110 to
3:i.oiKi. Ablres V. () Box No. 272.
A tine assortment of new furniture
only, at '200 south Kirst street, cheap for
cash or installment. W. V. Kutrelle.
To Kent -4 room house and alfalfa. W.
To Kent Furniture and household
giHsls. VY. V. Kutrelle.
Furnished rooms for light house keep
ing. Call at No. 401 south Halter street.
Krasmia Wlijr 4liMiiil,rlnlu'a Colic. t'holra
anil llarrhi- Kviiiifliily la th Ht,
1. Hi'iMii-e it alTurds almost Instant re
lief in case of pain In the stomach, colic
and cholera morbus.
2. liecause It is th only remedy that
never fail in the most severe case of
dysentery and diitrrluui.
U. Hecaus it i the only remedy that
will cur chronic iliurrhiua.
4. Hecaus It is the only remedy that
will prevent biliou colic.
fi. liecause It i the only remedy that
will cure epidemical dysentery.
6. Hecauie it I the only remedy that
cull alwH.v be depended upon lu case ol
7. Hi'cause it i the most prompt and
most reliable medicine ill use for bowel
M Hecause it produce no b-d result.
'.). Il.'cause it i pleasant aud sale to
in. Because it ha saved the live of
more people than any other medicine iu
The 2.') and jit-ceut site for sale by all
For next thirty days I will pay highest
wish price for household good of every
description. Iiun't ell until you get niy
bid. T. A. vVhittkn, 114 Hold avenue.
C. I.. Hasbrouck, a druggist at Memlon,
Mich.,a) all ot the gisul testimonials
that have been published by the manu
facturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and IHarrhu'i Kemedy could be dupli
cated lu that town. Kor sale by all drug
B'Hta. Turkish towels, linen towels, table
linen, sheets, etc., at price which ought
to make you lay ill a Hiipply. ICosen
Keail every line of the new advertise
ment 011 the fourth page, of the lioldeu
Itiile lry (loml coiiiany. It will Inter
White parasols, all silk, only H5 ceuts,
oil Hale at the (iohleu Itule Ury UihsIs
Kresh cracked wheat, two-nund pack
agesthree for 'Jiieent. at A. lnubardo'.
Schilling' best baking soda, three
pounilH for 2fi cents, at A. Louibardo'.
I'tilon made overall, only at the
(iolden Kule Dry (lood compauy.
Academy of "Our Lady of Light"
' r i 1. ui 1 ni llinil, rUK
SANTA IT:, oiki.s ANI V(iL'Ni) t, akiks
II. lluhivil A.tirtij-(... ......
SISTERS OF LOTIRTTD
Tli I (1th ArHili inic Term Will Ojen Moinlfiy, Sept Rth, 10.
1 ln Ar.i my 1, -ituat.- l In iniwt flenralile li.nimn In Hie niv ;,hh f,.r 11, hrnliliful
h!,"::',;:::!!':'..:;!:? ...., , . ,, . r,.llned
r.orl'Ho-11'K .im. m!,!,,,,, 8'STER SUPERIOR.
Whitcomb Springs and Health (tail,
Kighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All the Year.
Good arcoraodations at reasonable rates. The following ii the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon ijy
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
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
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN A
Oar Lt noolaltv.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAO AVENUE. : : : ALCUQUERQUE, N. M.
r hie Ago
AUayitn Ktock I. la Ft Oll. lit
First St. and Lead Ave, Albuquerque
LsavaairwT, A fnmn ofo SifrL' nf 4lw
iiprj - vuiniiti. utuvi uj tnj
Ladies' Rutton mid
w - -nor ..TV
"if ii i iriii i i i n ii
Good Goods at Low Prioos.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuquroue, N. M.
r i a
25c 50c S1!"&0
Call at Headquarters for
Luather, IlariiHwi, SaililliM, Baitillxrr,
Haililli'rr llanlware, t'nt HoIhh, HIuh
NailH, llaiiiKM, t'liauia, W lilpn, I'ollarH,
HWHat 1'aiU, I'aNtor Oil, Ax la (irnann,
Hiwton Coaoh nil. I nto Ncirro, Huilily
HarvmtHr (lil.NeaUifootOil, iJtnl Oil,
llarnttrta Oil, l.linw,! OIU'aMl I Hoii.
llariH'wi Hoap, t'umaK hxingw
I'haiuolii Hkili, HorHti Mmlli'tiim.
Prloo llio Iiowaat.
Illghivt Market Prices I'ald for HIiIkh
Thos. F. Keloher,
40 Railroad Avc Albuquerque.
BALL1NH UROtt., PaornaToai.
Wediling Cakes a Specialty !
Wa Doair Patrnnag-a, and w
OaaranU Pirat-Claaa Baking.
Talerph order aollcltad and PromtiUr Killed
JOHNSTON k MOORE'S
Famous Stages Leave
EYERY TUESDAY MORNING
f"For th Resort.
Uvery Feed and fia'e Stahle.
II CK ti an part o? th city for nnlr 2iifl.
Old Telephone No rt. New Telephone No. lit
COPPER AVESUB, Bet. Scool tod Third Sts
C'll ARTKH KD IS74
For Sick or Well.
ening. With it you can hi.v in your own room, a Sanitarium,
Hot Spring, Turkish, Kuunn. Nfrdicatcd, Dry Steam, Vapor,
AlcohoL Oxygen. Perfumed Mineral, Quinine or Sulphur
Batha, At a Coat of about 3cenuper batb.
MANUFAC rUREO BY
HYGIENIC BATB CABINET COMPANY,
R. M. IRWIN President and Manager.
607 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
4r-l ha Ijr(t and
a oat aiiwaalva Ntoak of
-taTAPLE : orooeries:-
T b lonud MoutriWMt.
1.,.. 01. i ui:
xuuiits oiioua and oiippurB.
Lure Shoes of All
v . .
JACOB KOHBER & CO
Manalactarar ol and DaaJaf
The Baat aUaUra-llaila VahlclM.
Fine Horse-Shoclnc a Specialty.
Batiafaotinn Gaarantaad In All Work
Repalrinir. Painting- and Trimming
iKina on Snort Nutlet, i t i i i i i
Shop, Corner Copper It. ind First St.,
irjcQriaqoB. N. M
Buy or Sell.
Hit ooiiMiitralml lye, four caun for 2&
ceuta, at A. Louiliartlo'a,