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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HCttHKS ft McCKKIUHT. Purliphim
Tho. Huhhrs Kdltor
W. T. McCbkibht, Him. MgT. and City Kd
ri'HI.IHHr.ll HAIL AND W KKILT.
Aaanclated Praaa Afternoon Telegram.
Olllclal Paper of Bernalillo Conoty.
jufm City and County Circulation
The LarRt New Mexico Circulation
Largent North Artinna Circulation
JULY U. 1HM8
TBI poatal facilities of New Mexico
and Ariiona ennld ha greatly Improved.
Whin the time come tha bowling
Blanco will aorreuder. Ha will not ba
allow! to "capitulate."
Cna will n rwnmx1 lmm1latly. Tin
Cuban refugee will b iuvtted ani aided
to return to their homr. The owners of
plantation wnl be given encouragement
to renume ciii'lrnl and cultivation of
their land. Amor Iran mine owner will
rontinue the: development of llielr pro
perty. It ia aald that with prner Celerity
crop niay yet be planted and liarveatcrl
in a-a on I'mlinlily much may ba done
In the way of producing food from the
anil for hungry Cut ana.
The main ba.la of the rehahltel pros
perity of Cuba will he the military gov-
i ernment establlehed by the 1 lilted State.
Law and order of the martial type will
prevail. Though It will be the rule of
the etrnng arm It la aafe to awert that it
will be better government than Cuba ha
had la the four hundred years that have
lapeed since Bpanlah dominion Drat
curted the qneeo of the Autllea.
Thla will give an opportunity for the
Cuban republic to grow up in the ehade
of stronger power. That republic may
Dot give the Inland a high cla-ta of gov
ernment, bnt It will be better than that
of a majority of the BpanWh Aru-rlcan
republic In the prlod Immediately fol
lowing their deliverance from the yoke
Cl HAM l THAUK.
A dUpatrh from Santiago aays that
Geo. Garcia' army of insurgent tried
ti maseacre a force of Spanl-h, who were
marching Into Banltagu to eurrender to
the American commander. Happily, the
Cubans were defeated, and It I a great
misfortune that Hen. Garcia and his whole
command were not killed on the spot.
Such contemptible eowardadeaerve death.
aud Uarcla'a "army'' should tie declared
outlaws, and hunted to death like wild
beaut. The I' nlled Slate cannot afford
to harbor such wretche.
Reports of the Collectors From
teen Territorial Counties.
Is iMidor-ril l.y
and BUSINESS MEN.
smowinq for Trm hontm op junu.
Territorial Treasurer Kldodt ha received return from the following counties of
taje collert. d f.ir the month of June:
Thi United State ha been fifty year
trying to annei New Mexico, and tha
Job la only a partial eneceaa.
All clarieea of merohaata look for a
good fall trade In all part of the coun
try, and they are preparing for It.
Tai Cabana ara giving convincing
evidence to the world that the Spaniard
Wire JuatlQed in starving them to death.
Civilization begin tn Cuba with the
circulation of sound American money
and the enforcement of careful sanitation.
Whether or nut the I'ulted States
hold the rhlllpplnea after the war la
over the Islands will never again belong
Ir present indications are to be relied
upon, we will have to conquer Cuba
twice. Once from the Spaniards and
then from the insurgent.
Thi day and night decorations and 11
laminations In Cincinnati during the 0.
A. R. Xncampment, Sept. 6 to 10, will
surpass anything ever before attempted.
Sanla Ft ...
Hold lor. Hint "(taxi lh Uml,"
In Tampa, Kla., the other day Ameri
can soldiers did a thing that would have
raised a prolext a year ago. i hey Jul tied
n singing "Mod Mav me uueeii in
honor of V ictorta' birthday, li la really
aatoulshlng bow aenllmaul ha changed
since Kngland ha openly sympathised
with the I nlted Mate in our war wmi
Spain. Kadical change In the relation of
nations are no mors wouiieriui, nowever,
than the marked change In Individuals
who are restored to health by that great
medicine, Unatetler'a Stomach Bitter,
it la no uunaual thing for people who are
thin, weakly and all run down to show a
marked Improvement In a few week
after taking this medicine, which over
come nearly every known disease arlnlng
from a disordered stomach.
Thi second annual county fair at
Demlng will be a suoceas. The people
of that enterprising town are already at
work on the preparation for the xhibl
Thi destructive storms reported In the
east are a reminder that the West India
cyclone season Is not far distant. The
cyclones usually do not appear nntll
September, but occasionally they com
np the Atlantic coast In August.
AT the beginning of the war there was
considerable prejudice In some of the
southern state against the enlistment of
negro troops, bat the feeling has largely
disappeared, and two southern governors
bave even commissioned negro officers.
Thohe "poor, down trodden Cubans" in
whose behalf we are expending millions
of money and sacriticing hundreds of
lives have proven to be about the worst
aggregation of barbarians that ever im-
poaed upon the benevolence of mankind.
Tai New York Lite Insurance com
pany Is said to have given Iw holders In
Spain special war privileges. That
company draws millions of revenue from
these United States, and should be forced
to be patriotic or quit buatueaa In this
Ir the area of the surrendered territory
In Bautiago province Is correctly given,
it Is much greater than that of the Island
of Porto Hlco. The estimate 1 about
1,000 aquare miles. The Importance of
Porto Btoo lies tn the fact that it odors
the only opportunity available for the
United States to acquire harbor facilities
of it own In the Heat Indies.
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Ati Aircnt for the bet Rl'II.DINfl and LOW ASSiM'UriON,
KTilCK HiK Sl N"NkV TO t.OAV.
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Famous Stages leave
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
; ?rior ths Resort.
I.lvery Kied and Sale Stiihles.
IIV'M tn anv purt of thuclty for onlv 2o.
OM Ti'li'p'i'iiio. No tj. New Telephone No. 114
COPPER AYEKU8, Bet. Secool and Third Sis
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Of the United States.
Outstanrlin Aimirate December 31, 1897. . .$0.1 1 , 1 (.",S:i7.00
New Assurance wrifin in i8j7.
Proposals for Asur am. e Examined and 1 ei lined
Assets, I)ec m'v;i 31, 1897
Reseiv: rn all existing I'uli. ies ( per cent
standard) and all other liabilities
Surplus, 4 iht c-nt stmdard....
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The Manner of Life at the Weil-Known
TBS T0LUHTII1S HJOTIRO IT.
In the fighting- before Bautiago the
8pauiarda had a great advantage In that
they tiaed smokeless powder, whereas the
American had old faehloued powder. In
the close fighting where the Kough
Ktders suffered so severely, It was iui pos
sible to see ths Hpaulsb soldiers, becauiie
of the heavy growth of underbrush. The
position of the Americans were disclosed
by puffs of smoke, but there was no such
means of determining where to aim In
order to hit one of the euemy.
t AIT. MAX. tlKt.
PersUteut effort have been made In
this territoiy to alauder Capt. U. Luna,
of Troop V, Col. Kooeevelt's regiment of
voluuteers. lie ha been slandered by
men who should have been his defend
ers. Blue landing tn Cuba Capt. Luna
has been constantly at the head of bis
company, has participated In two bard
fought battle, and he and his company
bave been right at ths front of the Amer
ican line of battle. Capt Luna deserves
great credit for his patriotism aud bra
very, aud elsewhere in this paper it may
be seen that he has received ths ununuli
bed commendation of brigadier (ieiieral
Wood. ThkCitiKN helped Capt Luua
to enlist bis gallant troop In this city
aud It 1 proud of ths heroic deeds of the
captain In Cuba, aud will give 1100 re
ward for information that will lead to
the discovery of the person or persous
who have put la circulation the slauders
concerning Capt. Luna.
KKHTOKINU fWOsraKl'IV IM 11' HA.
The Americans weut to Cuba In the
Interest of humanity aud peace, aud
hardly has the roar of Bhafter's guns
died away when It Is auuouuoed that
ths work of restoring ths prosperity of
that part of ths island which Is In our
posMMHlon is to be begun at ouce.
Commerce between the United
btates aud the province of Bautiago de
Immaculate Conception Karly
Jam; la'e mass, 10:30 a. in.
Leal Avenue U. K. church, July 23,
nr. aching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Hun
day s:liool, 10 a. m. Kpworth League
7:.u p. ui.
Men's Christian Union at Odd Fellows
hal' 4 p. in, subject "rtoul Purity," K. W
McCalluni. leader. All men are cor
Jlally Invited to attend.
Kirst Presbyterian church Sunday
school at 10 a. m. X. P. 8. C. K. regular
meeting at 7 p. m. There will be no
preaching service in this church morn'
Ing or evening.
Canal service at the First Baptist
church. The paetor will preach In the
morning on "ttoul Defilement." and the
evening theme will be'tiod's Power Mau
ifest In Weak Thing."
German Lutheran Sunday school at 10
a. m. Kev. T. a. Henilrat will have the
eonllrmatlon of his catherhuniens, Anna
Bunker. Louis Becker and Adollih Becker,
at Helen, and also the distribution of the
Lord's Supper on Bunday.
8t. John's (KiiiscoDal), seventh Sunday
after Trinity: Homing prayer 11a.m.,
followed by celebration of the Holy Com
munion; Monday, (.St. James') celebra
tion at 10 a. m.; TuHdey,Ht. John' chap
ter (H. of 8. A.) at 8p.m.; Krlday, literary
at 10 a.m.
Congregational church: You are cor
dially Invited to attend the following
service: Preaching by Kev. K. II. Ash
uiun at 11 o'clock bunday morning; Sun
day Hchool at tf:5 a, in.; Young People's
Society at 7 o'clock p. m., aud Prayer
meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening.
Aa Knttfrpr'alug Irulal,
There are few men more wide awake
aud enterurlHiu than J. 11. O'Klelly A
Co, who spare no pains to secure the
bent of everything in their Hue for their
many customers. They now have the
valuable agency for llr. mug s new Dis
covery for Consumption, Loughs aud
Cold. This is the wonderful remedy
that la producing such a furor all over
the country by It many startling cure.
It absolutely cure Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness and all affections of the
Throat, Client aud Lungs. Call at the
aliove drug store and gel a trial bottle
free or a regular site for 6oc. aud 11.00.
Guaranteed to cure or price refunded.
Th Hank ol lily.
The Bank of Kd.ly, of Kddy, N. M, by
C. y Chandler, president, aud H.J llaiu
moud, caehler, has tiled a certiUcate In
Secretary Wallace's olllce certifying that
50 rier ceut of the capital stock of the
lieuk has been paid Into the hands of the
treasurer In cash, aud that each holder of
etock In the bank ha paid 50 per cent of
the amount of the stock held by hliu to
the treasurer In cash.
A lauaroaa Habrhiuaa.
A Ilakota rancher haa poted the fol
lowing notice on a pine tree near his
place: "My wifs Sorrah lias left my
ranch when I didu't Doo a thing Too her
aud I Want It lilntluctly understood that
any Man a take her In aud Keers fur
her ou ml ancouut will get himself
Pumped so Hull of I.ed that Hum tender
foot will locate him fur a mineral claim
A word to the wise is sulliclent aud orler
work on foils.
Uuai luliaffohtiil anil Kmnii luar l ift A.
To quit tobacco easily and lorever, lie mag
neitc. lullol i.iie ht-riHainl i.rfor. take Nu-'lv
liiu. the womltT wnrut r. thul niake raa lura
iruiiji All di-LKKikU. fine or II. Cure siiarao
cct Booklt't atnl auuipis frtw. Aililrras
blorllBs KeiuDil) Co. Cbluasu or New YorW
Jerome It. Mallette and family left last
night for Alamo Gordo, New Meiico,
where they eipect to reside la the future.
Mr. Mallette will go into buHlueta, In the
line of general merchandise. Ills many
friends lu this city wish hlui every suc
cess in his new venture, and Tuk Citi
.kn Joins them. The people of Alamo
Gordo will tlnd Mr. Mallette a valuable
addltlou to their community.
J. W. Akers, who recently branched out
as a very successful sheep raiser, la in
ths city, arriving last ulght from Hauta
He. lie will probably visit his range in
Kaclmleuto mountains before returning
to the territorial capital.
Kill tor McCutcheou, of the Hocorro
Advertiser, came iu from the south last
night aud after transacting some busi
ness returned to Hocorro this uioruiug
Mrs. P. G. Cornish and son, family of
the chief surgeon of the Hants He I'aolllc,
returned to the city from KlagHtsff last
Abraham Keiupenlch, the well-known
general merchant of Peralta, Is lu the
Hon. Hoi. Luna, who was here yester
day, left last ulght for Sauta He.
Whipple Barracks, July 21. There are
no Idle men at this post; nor, indeed, is
there anything else Idle. During the day
old Hoi Is shooting his ray directly at
our browu and corrugated feature. The
Ulght. hower, require sulwtaiitlal cover
lug. We have uol yet received any
equipment. The boy of Company A are
working williugiy. mere are uve urine
uow each day. The Lord and oommamlei
of the post, Kussell, only know It the)
will be Increased. If they are they will
have to be crowded Into one drill before
rising and one after retiring. The urnt
to Umber np to rise, the eeooud to tire
out tor slumber.
Hut really, the men are fast acquiring
protlclency, and that 1 what we all de
sire so that we may speedily take tin
field. The officers of Company A will not
be outdone, and the men are with
them. Like a wart, they are always
on hand. As usual the company
Is kicking about the cook aud the
cooking, and this morning, especially,
with good reason. We had for breakfast
two small slice of bread with a hard
fried piece of Hitch the site of a cock
roach anletly hidden between them and
coffee well, the cook held a pound of It
over a barrel of water, and kindly
allowed the shadow to fail on It,
then sweetened It by walking aroiiud
the decoction once and one-half times
and executing a "right oblique. And
you will kindly remember that we had
risen and drilled in order lo get our ap
petite for this breakfast. As I write
many are still In possession of the appe
tite, we kuow quartermaster nergeani
Smith to be a rustler who is doing all he
can and the compauy complained to
Capt Borradalle who will undoubtedly
try to remedy me ill. inner companies
complain of the grub even louder than
we. 1 lie coo as urea are jusi unner me
iudows of the first aud second squads of
company A, aud anon throughout the
the day a report is nearri from nis lire
and a cloud of ashes aud living coals rise
into the air and about the kettles like an
eruption of the Vesuvius. And from the
debris will come a voice saying: .Viw,
here! I ll be If I don't
If you don't stop your
1 lien as me boys crowd about
him to sympathies, we hear some
thing like this: "He II alter oly lies sin
tab sec" which translated, means that
there are many c Id uueiploded cartridges
lying about aud possibly one or some
may somehow have crawled into the fire.
These ei plosions always decimate a regt
meut of tiles on guard duty ahout the
soup kettles Into which they fall, thus
dispensing all hospital service for the
wounded, li i was a woman, wlilcn 1
hope to be when this cruel war is over, 1
wuuld never marry other than a soldier.
He Is experienced lu these things and
won't kick. 1 but chronicle the fact
that company A is the crack company at
ths post at present, but ths other coui-
paules are working hard and especially
I'hoeulx aud this rivalry serves to hasteu
the progres of all.
While the boys have nothing but sin
cere thanks for the good ladles of Pres
oott, who have kludly done much for us
here, they do emphatically protest
against the extortion of some of the
buslneas people of Prescott. I hey are
charged from three to four price for
every thing they buy. Pie are twenty
cents; beer fifteen cents; pillows, ti.W,
and everything lu proportion. The post
has boycotted the pie man until he comes
down to ten cents, lie cannot sell a pie
toons of ths mill men lu camp. If lis
does not come down on pie lu two days
he will not come wlthlu the lines. The
soldier Is the last man iu this country
whom a decent husluess man would hold
To day's noon drill showed the com
panles averagiug about sixty meu The
deficiency were luillNjHwed, excused or lu
the guard liouse. Hie latter la nut a
name only as reported In Prescott papers.
To day It is widl padded; but most of the
charges are "Out our time."
1 am glad to he authoriz-xl by the boys
to vote their thauks to the mothers,
daughters, sisters, sweethearts, friends
aud people of Albuquerque for their
latent consignment of provisions, we
love you all better than ever, If that
were possible. The good things have not
yet been distributed Tiut It Is a comfort
to kuow they are here, aud will be.
The Ijw Cruces company, came In the
evening of the loth. The Albuquerque,
Hauta He and La Vega oompaule met
theiu aud escorted them to their quarters
through Hies or Arizulia volunteers on
the parade grounds cheering! well, did
Thk ( itiikn hear any noise alsiut 5 p. ni.
that da j r 1 hat was "we una.
l.artt night a rumor was circulated
that there would be an excursion at
greatly reduced rates from Albuquerque
aud other New Mexico cities to n hippie
barracks, and the quarters hutted like a
disturbed hive of bees. The boys hope
the rumor 1 true we would be very
glad; 1. a. those of ns uot on guard, In the
kitchen or locked up. The camp would
be a sight worth coming to see. ine
work they do the bun the hurry the
bugles the parade the (lag aud colors
the bright gleaming gnus aud awords
aud uuitorius, I when they all come) aud
the men ths men from every class aud
profession and degree.
1 am Just Informed that titer ara nlue
men in the hospital, nnd eeten are leg-
beg purdun limb weary
As I now write I heur the clutter of
700 tiu cups and puns. Tim dinner whs
an Improvement, hach warrior wsdies
his own diehi's and his own clothes, his
own hands and face and t"eth. the
whole system and life is a cmcent rated
fdau of lookout or yotitcclf. Ai.d griim
de well we have one mi.li who, If aalely
lu heaven (in a private tmxi wiiu the
bent harp in the company, would lueak a
string In order lo g-t a t It i n to nit ke a
1 am Jut infiirinid tint wi wil
probably nave here on V.i mli y m il; lou
I caniK t verify the report t any cer
tainty ; llor Is It certain where v.e go.
lu squad drill yeNterdiiy one (who? he
isy not.) of Company A. while Hung at
the enemy In a recumbent poeilloii,
reruniheiited upon a nest of antf, he
hud to do it there, that was temporarily
.'lis locus in quo. Then the ants voiiImI,
vldied and vlcied. It was good fun for
'he ants "Billy" had to retreat They
retreated aleo. "Billy's" Iiiiiriiiiba was
111 ''Billy neither "right
Ireseed" uor "lelt dressed" hut undri's-ed.
Hut ths mornings suit evening ! The
kwakeiilug and going to sleop of day !
Mountains ''to the right of us," Moun
tains "to the left of us," mouti'ains in
the front. Between two tall peak-t dav's
eve Is slowlv dined. The color comes a
to the face of youth after a good hour's
exercise. A beautiful orange tape-dry
'alls among the serrated peaks nature
paints it of ueeier and deeper line, add
i hen paler ami darker and the dark cur
tain of night falls and the piny ceases.
nature Is at rest.- all except man and
other creatures of prey. Us enough to
make one poetical or something.
So we've a lingering nuplclon,
Which we get by Intuition,
That our hopea will liave fruition.
When aupplted with uiiiinunition.
And we'll mMid them to di-lnnitioii
bow-wowe, or word tottiat rtfei-t.
But 1 am Called to aaelNt III holding a
kangaroo court, .linef Tlefenbi'cker Is
Indicted for running down his shoes at
the heel, and other high crimes and
But come over some afternom, folks,
and bring vour knitting with von.
Later. Poor Joe was convicted on his
own testimony. He spoke iu German
and the Knglieh Jury had no Interpreter.
Ths parade ground Is very rough, and
several of the boys of Company A's soles
(uot souls) are worn thin as paper thus
causing bad feet. Some good second
hand shoes would be very acceptable.
A man was just at quarters with hot
tatnales. 'I hey are the siz of a small
banana. The price is three for only
twenty live cents, lis remained within
the lines Just five minutes. W
To-morrow evening Mrs. A. I.nmliardo
anil her children, Bophiu, Syria. I la and
Hugo, will leave on their long journey
for Kurope. They will be alieent about
two years, aud will spend the balance of
the present summer anil fall In Switzer
land. After their stay In HwltzTlund,
they will go to either Genoa or Nice on
the Mediterranean. Alderuiau Loiuhurdo
will remain at home.
Deputy I'ulted States Marshal Clpriano
Baca, of Socorro, was in the city to day
He brought in from I'ebolletu, Valencia
county, VenceHlado fa-dlllo, accu-ed on a
complaint before l ulled States Coiutiiis
slouer II. K. Whiting of obstructing the
mall. The examination of the charge
will tie had before the coininlNsisner on
Tuesday the UUlh Inst., at '. o'clock iu the
This morning the following ladies left
for Camp Whitcouib, where they will so
journ for a few days: Mrs. B. II. Ives,
Mrs. K. H. Brooks and Mrs. A. B. Brown,
accompanied by Misses Lizzie WhIhIibiuI
Mrs. II. B. Hay and daughter, Mies
Kthel, were paeseiigers for Thornton last
night. H'otii there, they took the Trim
ble stage for Bland this nil. ruing, whore
they will visit Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Meade.
The shoes placed on sale at lialtmley A
Co.' In their banket sale, are all good, re
liable giHiils. See large adv. fur prices.
Geo. C. G.tiusley & Co., Kt-ltittde Shoe
Dealers, 112 South Second street.
George Hchlereth, the clerk at l.owen-
tltal & Meyers', is sick again with stomach
IjAIXGEST J vr"Ms( nti r;uu' In Force.
STRONGEST .''"W" suri.iit.
TJUCrp liv Dratli Claims) rrompler.
1JU'JA Taj Larger DivltlfinN, (1)1,000,000
nore during lanl live years.) Inmiu'm Iti-tter l'olioien.
WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager,
NI:W MEXICO AM) ARIZONA 1)1 I'ARTMf-NT,
A 1lHiiiikriiP, Now Mvifo,
0tW ft I
rt s(w (
For the NEXT 30 DAYS
everybody who cares to
wrl'e us regarding' their
Diseases or afflictions will
be treated TILL CURED
FREE OF CHARGE.
This otftr is made in ordr to
introduce our rear method of treat
ing and curing both Acute and
Chronic dueaaet, alio all private
If vou are sick wri e ut at once,
YOU HAVE NOTHING TO
LOSE OR RlbK.
Letters jlricily eonfide nliaL
WANTMI, roll SAI.K, HKNt AMI LOST
Wanted Kour painters,
son, Silver avenue.
C. A. iltlil-
Addreas, DOCTOR KI'.ITH,
kaflaaft City, no
INiil OlflK Hot No. oS-
July lid, -" i"
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Two houses and lots. Inquire of Kratik
K. DniiieN, Ulit south Kirnt street, Alliu
g tier ij tie.
K' r Sa e Shifting top i haeton. alsi
one Minue ton in line order. M)2 North
atlv, wine, fre and h-'althful, at
only bi ents a gulluu at C. A. U ramie's
Ju north B uadwn;.
A line a iort meut of new furniture
only, at 2i'. south Kirt street, cheap (or
cash or iiiMtnliiuent. W. V. Kutrelle.
To Kent -4 risu house anil alfalfa. W.
To Kent Furniture ami household
ihN. Vl. V. Kutrelle.
Koomi to let, mltli or without board, to
Invalids. 4 lit west Lead avenue.
Kor Kent New three ris iu cottage on
North Hull street. Aplly o('i North
Kor reut Two nice furnished rooms
fur light hoinekeplng. 511I silver
avenue, corner Arno.
Kor Kent, Sale or Kxchange Kor out
side property, my resilience at M2 south
Itroadway. A. V. Jolinson.
Kor Kent Two-story frame houie near
ths Santa Ke 1'sclllc h!io h, sultiihle for
lodging or liimrdlng. lmiuire of K. L.
Washburn & Lo.
Academy of "Our Lady of Light"
IIOAKniMi AM) DAV SCHOOL KoK
(ilHt.S AM) YoVNi LADII-S
lOSIU I Tt!l BV TSR
The IfiMi Acailt mic Term Will 0;ni MmitUy, t it Stli, 1 !).
TIik Aradcmv Is itnate,l In a m-Ml delr;ille 1oi :ttii.n In tin-,-iiv , (,i.ioiii- (or Its healthful
ami iiiiret-nOle i lon;iir I he hinlilitiK 14 toniilit-1 tlirotix liuiit wiih miiclern conveniences. In
cIihIiiik -.ti-iito he:it. hot an. I col'i water, h.ithi. c.
I In- I'li'ioi' "I instruction comiri-.ei every hrancli ('iilltrihulilia to a Ihiirniioli anil reflni.il
M i-ic ami An reci-ive HiH-cial attention.
I-or I'Hihl'h. It s. miMm-hs,
Whitcomb Springs and Health tiesoit,
Eigliteen milea east of Alhuquorque, N. M.
Oxen all the Yetti'.
Good accomodations at reasonable rates. The following ia the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon 1927
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1806
Magueaium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Total , "'337I
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.
For Sick or Wall.
Plcaunt, Toning, Granting, Rebuilding Invigorating, Strength
ening. With It you can have in your own room, a Sanitarium,
Hot Springt. Turkish, Kuaaan, MruiciUd, Dry Steam, Vapor,
Alcohol, Oxygen. Perfumed, Mineral, Quinine or Sulphur
Bat hi. At a Coal oi about jccnia per balb.
MANUFAC rURED BY
HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY,
R. M. IRWIN Preaident and Manager.
607 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
Jstmng, s-teady nerves
Arc nccdctl fur success
Every whore. Nerves
Depend simply, solely,
Upon the blood.
Pure, rich, nourishing
IjIoikI feeds the nerves
And makes tlu'm strong.
The great nerve tonic is
I lood's Sarsaparilla,
Because it makes
The blood rich and
Pure, giving it power
To food the nerves.
And all forms of
Uraemia W Ity rliHitititirlMlira Colin. Cholara
null l!arrl KtiuiffHljr la tha Itoat.
1. HecitUHe it alTonU altuowt liiHtaut re-
IM Hii'ttMHot iaiu lu the alnuiai'li, colic
ami cholera moron.
'2. lltM'atnw it ia tha only min-nr that
uovir tatla lu tha most aevrre caaca ot
ilvwiitcrv ami iliarrl:u?t.
:t. HeraiisH It la lli only reniHljr inai
will i'iir chrotilc diarrhwa.
4. llccaiiMti it la thn only reuimly that
will nrrvtMit 1)1 Ioiih collo.
5. HtM-auMo it la tha only remedy that
will rnr tuiiuVtnlcal ilvwlitfrr.
6. Hfeaune It la tha only remedy that
can alWHVrt be detieudeil unou lu cuaea ol
7. Hecuiihe it ia the mont prompt and
iniwt relialile medicine lu UHe for bowel
h liocaiise it urodiit'ea no bad reeulU.
1). liecause il la tileanaut aud aale to
lu. HiM'iiiif it haa eave.l the Uvea ot
inoie leopie thau any other medicine lu
The 'Jo and oOcent alzea for sale by all
Kor next thlrtr daya I will pay higheat
caah prioe for hoiii'holil irooda of eery
diwcriitlon. Ixm't aell until you get my
hid. T. A. Whittkn. 114 Hold aveuue,
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Mid Inter Fair.
A Par Orapt Cream ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS Tiff STANDARD
lroni toe Ucuoitt-r.
J. I' Krinkloy, who rium one ot the m-irtni-a
at M.nln I, reports plenty ol work
in Iti-i ili'inirtiueiit. The Mailrid coal
ininea (iiiliixh ax alvad) einplovineiit for
lalir aa any luxtltiitlon in New Mexi
John Klili-r, who went aa a vuliinteer
from ( errilloa to Kort Whipple, ia re
iMirtcil aa having become luxaiie at Kort
WhlM'lt'. A private letter, alli'ired to
have been written by J. 0. ThoinpHon,
liroiikiht thlH Infoi nmtlon.
Andrew Ariilzen'ti xray mare, that hae
earned the reputation of knowing more
about tiaiiKactiiiK ImihIiichh than half the
people that cnuatre iu it, dtHappearcil
Siinilay nitfht from her Htalile and hae Hot
et been traced.
Itoliert Kennedy, inaniiner of the Monte
i'rixto MiiutiK coinpany, while ilnving
down from Madrid, experienced a ill
Hirreealile accident. CoiniiiK down the
hill Hear Kogcra' rtone unitrry the neck
yoke broke, letting the tongue of the
miliar full to the griiiind. Hie team
broke Imiee from the vehicle and ran to
ward (erriltiw. 11. W. I.aird ?aiiht
them and broiiKht them to town. The
hornea were hlinhlly Hcratched. Mr. Ken
ueily and hi companion ailHtailieil a
aevere eliaking up.
t). 1. I'oeey and a lady who accom
paniod him were re'enlly caiigiit In a
hailMtorm tn the vicinity ot Jemez
xprinKH. It waa terrillc. Their umbrella
waa torn to Nhreda and they were beateu
and bruited with hatlHlouoa.
Kev. l'aiil lilllierlHoii, pantor of the
Catholic church lu Cerrilloa. pronounceH
the rumor that wan current here on Jnlv
I, to the effect that a HpauMi Hag had
beeu waved III a church at Kspanola, as
nniiiialllledly falne, and the HtateuieiU
that any anil American deuioiiNtratiou
took place haM no foundation in fact.
It ia now predicted that the tranxfer
of the Madrid (Mai nines to the Colorado
Kuel .V iron company will aoou take
place. Ho far aa CerrilhM ia concerned,
it in wife to Bay that the change of handa,
if it takea place, will be a iliMtiuction
without a difference. We hope, however,
that the Colorado Kuel Iron comiauy
will operate the property aa Hteadlly a
the preaeut owners have doue.
Hchilling'a beat baking amla. three
pound for cent a, at A. Lombardo'e.
Tlu work. Yi httuey Co.
C. I.. HaHhrouck. a druirglNt at Mendon
Mich., eava all of the kihiiI teHtluiolilala
that bave been tiublieheil by the maiiil
facturera of ChainDerlnin a l one. 1 noiera
and liliirrliii-i ICeUie.ly could lie iltlpll
cated in that town. Kor aale by all drug
Hla-hMt t:aab Prlcaa raid
Kor furniture, atovea, carpeta, clothing,
trnnka. luirneeH. aaddiea. ahoea. etc.
Hart a. 117 Hold avenue, neit to Wella
Kurgo Kxpreaa otliue. Bee me before you
buy or aell.
tici!HYnur ll.iM.-ls tlth iiscMrrl
y l':'Mnirllr. cur.- i im.l 0;lt ton forever.
Ifl.'.C C fiitl, itrwta ri fund fuiiim--
ES FAULI8HE1) 1878.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
Car Lata a Soaolaltv
4' rrea tlia Larwt autl
ktuat amuln U)- r
'.STAPLE : GItOOEIlTES:-
To hm fnuu.l oothwMt
: t 1 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
.T. Cf. EI XaiB333?.TXj3J'KS,
i'vaya Id Bioct
ii Vi'iti 1V11 ilia liaaaiiaViiiailiaair.iriiii'itiiitaJ
Via h'Bti. It
First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque
W M . CHAPLIN,
P V "I
A complete Stock of the
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Lace Shoes of All
Good Goods at Low Prioos.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuqueroue, N. M.
llucklrn'a Arnli-a Halva.
The bent Halve lu the world for Cuta.
Bruim'H, Sorea, l lcera. Salt Kheiiiu, Kever
Horea, Tetter, Chapped llanda, Chllblalna,
Conia, and all Skiu Krupllona, and piwl
tlvelv ourea I'ilea. or no pay required.
It la RiKranteed to give perfect aatlefac
Hon or money refunded. I'rice ceuta
tier Ikix. Kor aale by J. 11. O'Keilly A
t o , lirtiKiflata.
Huap ahota Willi a Oriilioliuua.
The tiraiiliophone la to the ear what
the pliotimraplilc camera la to tha eye,
and more, for the liruphoplnuie catches
inntiintly and preeervea every tint and
shade of Hound. A moet Interesting use
of a tiraiiliophone la to make records, of
your frieiiila voicea to be preserved for
future tine. You can catch the atory of
your lolly friend iiiHt as he told it, or the
favorite Holiir of Home loved one Inst aa
site NttiiK it, and have it reproduced per
fectly at any time ami aa often aa you
please, llesiilen the tiraphophone aitorda
wonderful eiitertuinmeut lu the way ot
reproducing the music of bauds, orchea
tras, or vocal or instrumental aoloieta.
So inveetmetit will return eo much In
pleasure aa the purchaae of a lirapho
phone. It ia the perfect talking ma
chine. Write for Catalogue No. ). to
the Columbia l'lionograph tkiuipauy. So.
Till tilive atreet, ht. Lotila, Mo.
Turkish towels, lineu towels, table
linen. hheetH, etc., at pricea which ought
to make you lay In a aupply. Iwoeeu
Head every line of tlu new advertise
ment ou the fourth page, of the (ioldeu
Utile lry dooils compauy. It will luter
W hlte parawilx, all ailk, only Ho cenU,
on aale at the liuhleu Utile llry tiooda
Kreeli crackel wheat, two-pound pack
agea three for U& ceuta, at A. Lomhardo'a.
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Ilarueaa, Baddlea, Baildlery,
Batltllery Hardware, Cut Bolea, Shoe
Naila, Hamea. Ciaiiia, W hipa, Collara.
Bweat Katla, Caxtor Oil. Axle (Ireaee,
HoHtnu Coach Oil, I'nto Negro, Buddy
Harvester Oil, Neabsfoot Oil, Lard Oil,
llarneaa Oil, Mnaeeil OII.CttHtlle Soap,
Harneaa Siatp. Carriage Bpongwi
Chamoia Bklu, Home Medlclnea.
Prloe tlio Ijoweait.
HlKheat Market rrlcea I'aid for Hldea
Thos. F. Koloher,
40a Railroad Ave, Albuquarqu.
BALLIN3 BROM., PaoraiiTtmi.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty !
Wa Daatra Patrooaf a, and w
OuaranWa rirat-Claa Baking-.
Talef rapbordertaolicltadand PrompUr Klll.d
JACOB KOUBER& CO
Maooractarar ol and DmJm
Tha Baat KaatarD-Uada Vahlulaa.
Pine Bone-Shoelnf Specialty.
BatiafactioD Quarantawd ia All Work
Rapalrlng, Painting and TrlmmlDf
lKD on Bhort Notice. 1 1 t 1 1 1 1
Shop, Corner Copper Ir. tod Flnt St.,
ALangcaigna. N. M
Buy or Sell.
BOO OOtiO A.VO.
Keel concentrated lye, four oaua (or '&
ceuta, at A. Lombardu'a.
fmfy1t MtaajwW ITalrt