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ing Pe tinn' Meim liifd to icrfnrni
lh -tt ! . Hie noanlsh Transatlantic
ft.mpvijp haa offered to crrj th private
soldiers to Spain for J1 each ami the
officers for I'J each, which will make
the aggregate coet of the transaction
over one half million dollar. That mim
Is i;)0,000 Ira ttiftU tha next lowest
LATEST MINING NEWS.
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A undated Pram Afternoon Telegrams.
OUlclal Paper of Bernalillo Comity.
largest Cltr and County Circulation
The Largest Now Mexico Circulation
LargeM North Artaona Circulation
1 w iu lyitil tl...ra r I n (h
tllT- J r-ni io-fi iir-,r- nrin , ,,,-
1'nlted Rtates V.i:l HTO depositor In ev
lnaT banks, with deposit of f 1 4'.,27".no4.
or an average of 215.13 to each da
posltor. In IH'.i? thi depoeltors had In
creased to 5.201. 1 32, the deposits to 1,
e;flt,J7f,rfl.. and tha average to 372 88.
Thr majority of tha states hare m t
yet filled their quota of volunteers. New
Mexico DIM It quota two weeks ago.
and la ready for another rail.
Thr Socorro Advertiser says that
county haa furnished seventeen volun
teers. Please publish their name, to
that dna credit ran be given.
ALBllQCKHQlK. JULY 13. 18H8
TBI arlnal expenses of the war
July 16 were 1125.000.000.
TBI American army In Cuba will en
Joy whipping the Cuban Insurgents.
Bom Interesting blatory will bo made
at Manila and Porto Rico thla week.
Tbb Inland of Porto Biro will be an
nexed to the rotted State thla week.
TBI New lleiloo Rough Ktdera did tha
fighting at Santiago, and the New tort
dudes get the office.
It la reported that the monitor Monte
rey will capture tha Caroline lalanda,
aome day before breakfaat, on bar way to
IT la aaid that by a brave daah at a
critical moment the negro troop aaved
tha Rough Ktdera from extermination at
THI United Blales sold Cauada last
year 5,000,000 worth of goods, or (13 50
per capita. To Mexico our aalea were
11.08 per capita.
Tbi total Span Inn force, of all arma
on Porto Rico In December last was
7,219 and there baa been no Important
reinforcement of that army since.
Thr American people turned bare Ad
miral Sampson's picture to the wall.
Thi atari and atrlpea ahould float from
erary achool hnnne In New Mexico.
Soldier, nibc "Uod Saee tha Uim,"
In Tampa. Kla., tha other day Ameri
can eoldlers did a thing that would hare
rained a protest a year ago. They Joined
In alngttig "Uod Hare tha yueen" In
honor of Victorla'a birthday. It la really
astonishing bow eefillmsut haa changed
since Kugland baa openly sympathised
with the I'nited Hlalea In our war with
rtpaln. Radical changea In tha relation of
nation are no more wonderful, however,
than the marked changea In Individual
who are restored to health by that great
medicine, liostetter's Htomach Hitter.
It la no unusual thing for people who are
thin, weakly and all run down to ahow a
marked Improvement in a few week
after taking thla medicine, which over
cornea nearly every known disease arising
from a disordered atomarb.
Oi.v. Sbifteb baa deported ontalde
his only lines all the yellow Journal
correspondents In Cuba. They caused
him more trouble tban the Cubans.
Tai Germans at Manila seem to be try
ing to see Just bow mean and pesky and
annoying they can be without commit
ting an actual breach of neutrality.
Tbi people of Maryland have raised a
fund of $25,000 to purchase some sort of
testimonial tor Commodore Schley, who
Is a native of that state and belongs to
an aristocratic old family.
Thi quarries from which the ancient
Greeks obtained their marble were lost
(or nearly 1,000 years, but were recently
rediscovered, and are now being worked
by an Kogllsh company. They are near
Thi Socorro Chieftain of last week was
exceedingly Interesting. The articles
were all long and promlueutly displayed
with double and treble line heads. The
editorials and locale were laid aside to
make mors room for more solid aud In
tereetlug reading matter.
San Jvhh Bautibti, the eapltal of
Porto Kloo, agaluat which the American
gans may soon be thundering. Is situated
In reality not upon Porto Kloo proper,
but upon a small Inland (called Morro)
which la connected with the mainland
by bridges. The town was founded by
the famous Ponce de Leon, In 1511.
C.C. Hall and wife returned last night
W. A. Kottman.of thla city, la enjoying
a vllt from his alnUr. who arrived laat
night from New Tork.
T. J. Curran, who la now a representa
tive of the Kquituble Life Insurance com
pany, returned Saturday night from the
Krank Sturges wa a paaaenger Satur
day night for Santa Ke, where Mrs. Htur
gna and son, Lloyd, are attending a few
weeks. Mr. Sturgea returned laxt night.
G. V. Croaby and wife, who were back
lu Indiana and at Chicago on a visit to
relatives and friend, returned to the
city laat night. Mr. Croeby la the deputy
district court clerk.
W. L. Trimble returned to the city laat
Saturday night from Hland. He states
that the Albemarle people will fire np
their mill In a few days, getting every
thing ready for a big start on August 1.
J. P. Goodlander came In from the
north last Saturday night to enjoy the
Sabbath with his wife and to Interview
his Albuquerque customers. He la the
representative of a wholesale St. Loult
John J. Byrne was on the train from
the west laat night. Mr. Hyrne Is the
popular general passenger agent of the
Santa re Pacific and Southern Pacific
railways, and will spend a brief vacation
at the Las Vegas hot springs.
Charles Ament returned to Demlng
yesterday morning after spending ser
eral days In thla city. Long years ago be
waa a resident of this city as the proprle
tor of the Armljo bouse, which was de
stroyed by tire sometime ago.
br. C. O. Harrison, the dentist, who baa
been absent from the city for about alx
months, returned laat Saturday night.
While away he officiated at Gallup and
Korta Win gate and Defiance, and reports
having dona a moat excellent trade,
The people of Old Albuquerque are
kicking about the appointment of Leon
Dubois aa postmaster of that town. They
elalm that be I a bona fide resident of
Valencia county, and la not entitled to
any federal appointment In thla county
especially postmaster of Old Albuqnerque.
T. A. Wbltten.ot this city, la entertain
ing his nephew, Athol W. Whltten, who
haa arrived from Burlington, Iowa, where
the young gentleman 1m In the employ of
the Chicago, Burlington A (julucy rail
road. On the completion of bis visit here
be will go to Deuver and other Colorado
George Lane, who enlisted in the Sev
enth l ulled States cavalry soma two
months ago at Denver, deserted recently
Krnm the Ilium! Herald.
Considerable more development of Co-
rhltl mining property I now under way
than at any tltns during thla aumnier.
George Holbein haa Completed bis
stone contract for the Cochitl Gold Min
ing company and la contemplating the
development of aome of his valuable
Memra. Tyrell and Meyers began work
yesterday on tha Monarch mining claim
above the Crown Point mine and are
pushing development on one of the fluent
veins of gold qnarti in the district.
I'nder the management of Meaar.
Illndman and Neeland the Mlner'a L'ulon
and Mogul mine, owned by the gentle
men mentioned, are ahowlng np One In
the development going on np there.
Arthur Knaebel, who owns and Is de
veloping several valuable mining claims
In Feral ta canyon, waa over from there
during the week and reported that the
miners are all pushing development on
their propertlea and that from four to
eight feet of water Is flowing down the
Mrdlo Dla canyon la attracting a great
deal of attention aud the Indications are
that Its mlueral deposits will com right
to the front from now on. Another
party consisting of George Hof helna and
others went over there on Wendeaday
prepared to prosecute development work
on several valuable clalma.
The steam hoist at tha Albemarle mine
la now constantly In use, as are also the
Rand drills in all parts of ths great
property. The ore dumps and bins are
becoming crowded with the production
from the mine aa a result of waiting tor
tha big mill to get started, which It Is
understood will be about August 6th.
The mill construction I Bearing com
pletion aa rapidly aa a large force can
carry on the work, and when the wheels
begin to turn It will be with assured suc
cess and mark tha true beginning or
mining prosperity In the Cochltt district.
W. B. Mcl'herson on the loth resigned
the management of the Bland mill and
on Monday went to Albuquerque on busi
ness. It Is understood that Mr. MrPher
son, who la one of the moat expert mill
men In the west, has been offered the
superintendence of the big mill at the
Albemarle mine, the property of the Co-
cbltl Gold Mining company, but Mr. Me
I'heisou expects to soon leave with bis
fmilly on account of hla health for Loa
Angelea. Mr. McPherson's connection
with the Bland mill has been marked
with the best of success. It Is Under
stood that Thomas K. Wentworth will
hereafter have charge of the plant It is
probable that Mr. McPherann will accept
the management of the Cocbltl Gold
Mining company's plant but In case he
does not he and his family may leave
soon for Los Angeles.
There Is strong reason to believe that
theCochltl mining district Is soon to
have a large custom mill at last. Prosper
Clancy, who had previously been here.
came In during the week and with the
aid of a party of men located a mining
claim and site for a large cnatoru mill a
mile and a halt down the canyon. The
particulars gleaned are that be Is backed
by Colorado capital to the amount of
$ J 10.000; that they Intend to establish a
mill of 80 stamp or 150 tons rapacity for
the treatment of the custom orea of the
district. It Is also purposed to purchase
aud lease mining properties, the ore of
which will also be treated In this mill
It Is understood that tbs mill to be es
tablished Just below the Bland mill on
desirable alte la one that la now In the
Cripple Creek district In Colorado and
which will be moved Into the Cochltt at
an early date. Mr. Clancy Intends to
leave here on Mouday for Denver aud
states that his company will proceed at
once with their plana. He expects to re
turn to Bland himself within three weeks.
The process of the mill to be established
la of the most successful kind. The ore
ot this district haa been thoroughly tested
In the mill at Cripple Creek and there la
no question that the enterprise will be a
OMIT II TiDDMIDD
In tha left band and no honi-a wee 0 IU 1 I II I It L 111 I C il
br ken. 8erg-ant Arintji I" now In the: -
hospital at Kort Vel'hcrson, Oeorgln. Hi
hand baa about h'aled, and heepects
anon to Join hi company again The
letter apeak very highly of the bravery
of tha young raptatn and all the mem
ber of ths company engaged lu tl.e
fight wherein Armljo wa wounded.
Internal Kevenne Killing;.
Internal Revenue Collector Morrison
haa been advised by linn. W. H. Hctt,
commissioner of Internal revenii", that
he l correct In holding that certilicate
of allowance, check, drafts, or older of
county, town or municipal ollicer.
drawn In their odlclal rapacity, In dis
charge ot duties Imposed upon them by
law or local ordinance, do not require
Mr. Michael Curtain, I'Ulnlleld, III ,
makes the statement, that she caught
cobl, which settled on her lungs; are
was treated for a month by her tainily
phrslelHii. but grew worse. He told her
aha waa a hopeless victim of consumption
nd that no medicine could cure her.
Her drnggit auggeated Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption; she taught a
bottle and to her delight found herself
benefited from flrsl dose. She continued
Its use and after taking six bottles, found
herself sound and well; now doe her
own housework and Is aa well a she ever
waa. Kree trial botllea of this great dis
covery at J. II. O Iteiiiy x (u. drug
store. Large b ittlea f)0 cents and l d.
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and" BUSINESS MEN.
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N. VV. ALGER,
Agenl for Nrw Mexico.
AIo Agmit for the hesf Bl'lt.MNO and LOAN ASSOCIATION,
STOCK KIK HAt.K M 'NKYTH MIAN.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Or the United States.
Outstanding Assurance December 3?, 1897 . , .$!. 1 ,1 r.",S.i7.00
New Assurance written in 1897 1 "0,0.'5,93.OO
Proposal, for Assurance Examined and Dei lined M t, IIM ,97!l.OO
Income Is bVi;H T3
Assets, December 31, 1897 2:MS,H70,:J08.01
Reserv-i rn all existing Policies (4 per cent
standard) and all other liabilities 1 H,:t:i3,l WW '
Surplus, 4 per ci nt standard 5(),fi lit, 17 I. M l
Paid Polic y Holders in 1897 g 1 , 1 )$,: I 1.1 I
Thib country baa long been known as
the granary of tha world, and It Is soon
to become the workshep ot the world as
welL The manufacturers of the Totted
States are making marvelous progress In froln icort Grant, Arlt , was brought to
zieuaing tneir iraoe Mioreign couuiriee. Kort Logan and tried there by court mar
and the stata department at w hash ng ton
haa Issued an elaborate report, showing
what has already been achieved In thla
line and some of the possibilities ot the
Dkwey has provided a question for the
International lawyers. lie haa among
hla fighters aome Chinamen, who, be
says, have fought bravely aud well tor
the I'nited States. It he brings them to
the United States they must be aent back
to China. When China gets bold of
them, she will cut their heads off for
flghtiug for a foreign nation. The only
solution aeema to He In congress making
these heathen legally American oltlteua.
Tug city of Hauttago and all the region
about under the control of the United
8 tales ia to receive Its mall regularly
hereafter, uuder the orders ot the preal
dut aud puHttuaster general of the
lulled Btates, aud that town Is likely to
see mors letters and papers arriving
with ths next mouth tban for so uie years.
lulled Slates postage stamps will be
used aud Cubaus will become familiar
with the features of American auldlera
With a 'view ot proving that bom
bardmeuts are not very fatal to human
life, It Is stated that iu 1M70-71, at the
bombardment ot bulfort, which lasted
seventy-three days, W.ibS projectiles
thrown resulted lu only sixty deaths.
At Btrasburg, during thirty eight days.
the Germans fired 1113,722 shells, the
number of victims being 800; while at
the bombardment ot Paris, which lasted
twenty three days, 10,000 shells resulted
In 107 persons killed aud wounded.
THatUI'OKTlMU SfAMIAH OLlIKHS
The agreement of the lulled States
government to transport to their home
country the Hpautsh soldiers surrendered
to General Shatter at Santiago, was an
act ot generosity eutlrely uew In the an
nals of the world's warfare, and now the
ttal. Desertion In time of war la gener
ally punished by death. No decision has
been given out.
To-morrow morning, at 9 o'clock, Ven-
eeslado Castillo, who Is accused of Inter
rupting the delivery of the United States
malls out In Valeucla county, will have
hearing before H. R. Whiting, the
United States eommlsHioner. His hear
lug will take place at the court house
over In the old town.
W. H. MaUton. Jr., formerly station
agent here, now the commercial agent of
the Santa Ke oouipauy at Kresuo, Cal
passed through the city for Cascade,
Colo., last Saturday night. Mrs. Matson
aud son are at Cascade visiting, and she
telegraphed to ber husband that the lit
tle fellow was quite 111.
Last Saturday, B. A. Hlevster, as local
agent ot the national Klre Insurance
company ot Hartford, paid over to llfeld
Bros., tt'i.'MlAl, as that couipauy's pro
rata of au Insurance of tlo.uio held on
the stock. Mr. Bleyster, a few days be
fore, paid to the firm '.t7 as ageut ot the
Atlas Insurance oompauy.
The lost has been found. George Mont
gomery, formerly In the division master
mechanic's cfliee at WiunIow, turned up
last Saturday night, having been on a
visit to his sister, Mrs. Dr. Lund, at Bar
uallllo. George only spent one hour In
the city, leaving ths same night for Los
Angeles, where he accepts a pualtlon In
the ottlce of General Superintendent
Dr. John Grass, the Trinidad capitalist
who Is Interested In the MllagresUold
Mluiug company out In Hell canyon,
came lu from ths north last night, being
met hers by W. C. Saudera, the resident
manager, who drove In from the canyon.
The geutlemeu drove out to the canyon
to day, aud on their return to the city
Mr. Sauders will, no doubt, have aome
good news to tell the people through Tm
tar 0r iftr 1m
An Old and Weix-Thikd Rzmidy.
Mrs. WluHlow'e Soothing Syrup has
been used tor over fifty years by millions
ot mothers tor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It aoothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wlud colic, aud Is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. It I pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists in every part ot the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its
value la Incalculable. Be aura and ask
tor Mrs. Wtnalow's Soothing Syrup, and
take no other kind.
From the Ilfml.l.
Mr. aud Mra. Wm. Rogers and daugh
ter, Oro, have returned from a pleasant
trip to Sulphur springs, I
Dirk Hays, a passenger conductor on
the Santa Ke, was a passenger on Tues
day's stage to Sulphur springs.
Will. Hayi has given np his position at
Sulphur springs aud has accepted one lu
Bland, where he will remain hereafter.
John 8. Neeland, wife and children
who have been spending a vacation In
Bland, returned to Albuquerque Wednes
Messrs. Campbell and Bolander, who
are now filling a contract ot 1,000
cords of wood for the Bland mill from np
the canyon, intend to build a large chute
from ths edge of the mesa above the
mill, down which to shoot the wood.
W. L. Trimble & Co. have Just put upon
the road to this famous summer resort a
Hue of four horse stages specially built
tor comfortable traveling in mountain
country. The scenery between Thornton
aud the Sulphurs cannot be surpassed,
aud when the springs are reached you
will find a thoroughly remodeled hotel,
first class In every respect. Just the
place for a vacation.
Utur From eriiaiil Arinlju.
District Clerk A. M. Bergera haa re
ceived a letter from his nephew, George
W. Armljo, son of Mrs. Lola Luna, ot Al
buquerque. Young Armljo Is a sergeant
of Troop K.Capt. Mai Luna's company
In the "Hough Hlders," now In Cuba, aud
It has been reported so much lu letters
and through dispatches that Sergeaut
Armljo bad his hand shot off In the en
gagementof 1 Quaslna, that his friends
have generally believed the report Mr.
Bergere's letter brings the welcome news
that the wound waa not near ao serious
as has been thought. The Injury, writes
The Popular nountaln Resort Visited by
Yesterday was a gala day at the camp,
there being present one of the largest
crowd of the reason.
Mr. and Mrs. fl hltcnmh entertained at
dinner yesterday, over thlity-Uve people,
aud all spoke highly of thedinner served.
Miss Nellie Kniery, one of the popular
lady clerk at the Golden Utile Btzaur,
who haa spent the past two week at the
camp, returned to the city last evening.
greatly Improved in health.
At. Krost and Will. Springer drove out
Saturday and came back this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Walsh aud family, and
Miss Cora Gehring, were among tha nu
merous guests. The Walsh family re
turned to the city last night but expert
to go bii'k to day and Join the army ot
li. W. Smith, superintendent of the mo
tive power at the Sutita Ke shops, Misses
Annie ami Sue Dennis, Hob Dennis, Miss
Clara (Meson, W. II. KiiIcUmiii, Mr. and
Mr. Mike McCue, were there, mill all mi
joyed thennelves Immensely.
Karl Swartzel, Charlie Ibrntright and
Claude H logo were a trio who lunde the
trip on wheel. Coming In me, Karl's
back tire came off and ho took the first
buggy that rams along.
Mrs. H. II. Ives. Mrs. A B. Brown, Mrs
Rroirk, Miasea Lizzie Walsh and l(rs-le
Brooks, are comfortably quarter) d In the
stone building, and all seem to be enjoy
A. K. 1). Caracal ten and T. K. Cully
drove out to the camp Saturday after
noon and returned last evening.
Messrs. Cotton, Brown, Brooks, SnMn
and Dougherty were among the many
bicyclists who spent the day at the camp.
Miss Margaret McGillivray I enjoying
the One cl I unite aud will remain till Fri
day. Dr. K. J. Alger and 0. A. Matson were
among the many visitor of the day, also
Mr. Coulter, of the Golden Utile.
Three miles from the ramp Is the Ce
dar rauou, where the Bishop Pratt party
Most all of the visitors at the camp
made the trip to the rliff-i after dinner
aud amused themselves snapping kodac
pictures aud rolling big boulders down
to the bottom.
Charley White, Krnest Dougherty, Jim
Tlerney aud Misses Cora Gehring and
Bessie Brooks were a crowd that walked
to San Lorenzo sprlug In the morning.
The scenery at the springs Is very pretty,
there being two caves aud a waterfall.
Mr. William, ot Kuppe's drug store, is
enjoying life at the camp and will re
main a week or so.
Mrs. Harry Miles Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. H. G. Whltromh.
Charley White aud Jim Tlerney started
to the camp Saturday evening on wheels
at 8:30, anil had a hard time getting
there. It was, so dark they had to walk a
good ways aud feel for the road. They
arrived there at 10:;to.
Amerlcus Digneo, who works for C. A.
Hudson, attempted to ride down Camp
Whltcomb hill, aud loet control of his
wheel. He had a hard fall, receiving an
ugly gash on (he right temple and bruis
ing his chin aud hands. The wheel waa
not hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Ilockett
dressed his wound, aud after reeling a
while he routinueJ home. Don't think
be will want to ride down that hill
Among those "tenting on the old camp
ground" we noticed Mr. and Mr. Kd
Uockett aud Mr, llorkett'a sister; Mrs.
S. B (illicit and family, and Miss Kannle
Kalhhoue. Mr. Glilett spent yesterday
at the camp visiting hi family. Several
more are expected this week.
Camp Whltcomb Is a very popular
place to spend a day or a week, and Mr
Whitoomb Is kept busy attending to his
guests. V. D. y
LAXtOSX tV"MHt Insurance in Force.
STRONGEST ;rian?et surplus.
"R'PST' Payi Deiilh Clulmai Prompter.
JJ"4Jk,1 Pays) Larger Dividend, ($1,000,000
more during liiMt live year.) Iue Dettcr Policies.
WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager,
NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT,
AHnHiiorqiie, w Mexico,
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nans lllj Morkl.
Kansas ( Ity, July 25. Cattle
eelpla, tl,ix; strong to loc higher.
Native steers, txtidtl'i.i; lexas steers,
J..Mt.wl; lexas cows, f i.onn:i.,'iO
native cow and heifers. tlrVi,,il'.
Blockers and feeders, f il.lS.i.ui; bulls,
Sheep Receipts. 3.1IHO; firm.
Lambs, ;i..i'kar,.t; muttons, fJ. "!'
C'lilrs.o Slock Market.
Chicago, July 23. Cattle Receipts,
ll.uuu neaii; active, ruuy iuc Higher.
lieeven, 4.3 bO; cows and hifers,
$'2 4'irt70; Texas steers, l.iii(l.
Blockers aud feeders :i.irt.ini.
Sheep Receipts, lii.iKXi; quiet but
Natives, 3.niM4.SO; westerns, fLOOut
4.(io; lambs, tJ.7.Ubo.
Jouea lallarerro, me White (ink gen
eral merchant, who passed up the road
for Las Vegas the other evening, was
here yesterday. He will continue home'
ward bound to-morrow morning.
After an extended tour of the towns
along the Santa Ke raclllt!, 11. 8. Nones
has returned to the city. He represented
the Travelers' Life aud Accident Insur
R, M. Thomas, the postollice luspector
who makea this city his southwest bead
quarters, came In from ttie unrth last
Saturday night, aud Is at the Hotel Highland.
For the NEXT 30 DAYS
everybody who cart; to
wri'e us regarding their
Diseases or alllictions will
be treated TILL CURED
FREE OF CHARGE.
Thit offer it made in ordrr to
introduce our r.cw method ol treat
ing and curing both Aculr and
Chronic diteuM, alto all private
II vou are tick wri e u at once.
YOU HAVE NOTHING TO
LOSE OR RISK.
Letter! ilrklly confidentiaL
Addreu, POCTOK KLITH,
knia City. rto.
Pott OMIta Hoi No. JUS
July JJ, "" twm
WANTKI), rilR SAI.K, RKNt AND LOST
Kor Sa'e Shifting top phaeton, alsi
one siiiare top lu tins order. o02 North
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only on enls u gallon at C. A. Urande's
306 north Broadway.
A line assortment of new fnrnltnre
only, at !"o south Klrst street, rheap for
cash or lii-tHlliiient. W. V. Kutrelle.
To Rent - 4 room house and alfalfa. YV.
To Rent Furniture and household
g.sid. W. V. Kutrelle. j
Kor Rent New three-room cottage on
North Miih street. Apply u02 .North
Kor Rent. Sale or Kxchange Kor out
side property, my resilience at 512 south
Broadway. A. I). Johnson. .
Kor Rent Two story frame house near
the Santa Ke TacUlo ehopa, suitable for
ndglug or boardiug. Inquire of K. L.
V ashburn & Co.
Ho I for
Maiisjuja .Hjawi UJ Jim.i i)L UK'!
JOHNSTON & MOORE'S
Famous Stages Leave
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
STFor the Resort.
Livery Keed and Ha'e Stable.
H V'KS to anv part of t'i rlty for only 2."o.
Old Telephone No rt. New Telephone No. 114
COPPER AVENUE, Bet. Scconl and Third Sts
Academy of "Our Lady of Light.
HOKDlNf AM) OVV SCHOOL KOR
SANTA 113, WIKI.S AM) YOL'MJ LAHiks NEW MEXICO.
CONIil'l THI) by raa
SISTERS OF LORETTO.
Tie Ifith Academic Term Will Open MoniUy, hept 6th, 1
'I Ills Ac a.li-mv l situated in a mm desirable lix atinn in the ntv s fntnmis fur fs healthful
an. I ar,.,.,,i,i,. , inn.iir I hphuildiua is (nmi-litvl llj r . . iK j , ,11 1 with modern riinvrtnrner, in-rlii-liiiK
steam hi-t. tint anl oiM water, haths. A, .
The 1 nurse ..I iiiitim imn ciiniines rverv I. ram h rontiihutlin to a thorough and refined
eilui at 1. nt. M'ls-r and Art re, five H.erial attention.
r..r I'ki.si kc i i s. ..idtess, SISTER SUPERIOR.
Whltcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All the Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The following is the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon 1917
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 Albuquerquw
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. C. WH1TCOMB. Proprietor.
For Sick or Well.
Plcmnl, Toning, Cleansing, Rebuilding Invigorating, Strength
ening. With it you can hav in your own room, a Sanitarium.
Hot Springs. Turkith, Kuuiin, Mfdicattd, Dry Steam, Vapor.
Akoliol, Oxygen. Perfinura. Mineral, Quinine or Sulphur
Bithi, At a Coat of about jcr.iu per bath.
, , , ,s i , j
' ( '!
All Are Healthy
Bocauaa They Keop Tholr Blood
Pure with Hood'i Saraaparilla -A
Wonderful Medicine to Clv
Strength to Weak People.
"My husband baa taken Ilood'a Bara-
parilla and it baa cured him ot a bad
cough, baekaohaand hcaiUehc, and mada
him fori much nt roller. 1 have takan it
inyaelf and It haa lncreaaed my Reno Dd
doue mo a great deal of good. Wi hava
also given It to our rliildrrn and it keeps
them healthy." Maa. JUBT Vt'ALau,
" My little girl was troubled with bead-
ache, and would be so alelt at her stomach
that she could not sit up. We began giv
ing her Hood's Baraaparllla, and she haa
not bad anything ol the kind since taking
it, and la now perlurtly well." Maa. V.
A. Boi.LlNO(.a, Gunnison, Colorado.
It you have decided to take Hood 'a Bar-
aaparllla do not buy any other instead.
Is the Hast In fact the One True Blood Purifier.
II druiiKisti. f 1 ; us fur .v (let only Ilnod's.
KeaMiua Why C'liMiiiherlaln'sCollc.Cbolera
eud Dlarrhira Kemedy Is the Hest.
1. Becuuxe it afloriU aloioat inatant re
lief iu raaa ot pain In the stomach, colic
and cholera uiorbua.
2. Hwaiint It la the only remtHly that
never faila In the moat aavere caaea of
djueiitery and dlHrrliuua.
a. HecuiiHB 11 ia tun only remedy mat
will cure chronic dinrrhuBa.
4. HacaiihH it la thn only remedy that
will prevent lilliona collo.
C. llecaiHH it la the only remedy that
will cure epidemical dyaentery.
8. KecaiiHe It la the only remedy that
ran alwiiya be depended upon in caaee ot
7. KecHiiMe it la thn moet prompt and
moat reliable medicine In tine (or bowel
8. H canne It prndiicea nn bad reaulta.
D. Hecause It la pleaxant aud eafe to
10. HecHiiwe it baa saved the Uvea ot
more people than any other medicine In
The 'j: and 50-cent aizea (or aale by all
Kor next thirty daya I will pay hlgheat
oaah price (or houaehoM goods o( every
. .....T... 1.... li....' a.. II ....(II mmt nut m.
'.Itvil1! llibiwu. iuii . is'll uiivi. iuu Vie. u,
hid. T. A. Wiiittfn, 114 Hold avenue.
cure lirer 1 1 1st easy to
take, easy lontierntc. arte.
HEWS FR0H TAMPA.
The Four Squadrons of "Rough Riders"
Anxious lor Active Service.
The Santa Ke New Ueilcau'a Tampa,
Kla., correspondent Mutes that there are
nearly mio men of the "Kongh Kldera"
still in ramp there, namely, the (our
troops that did not go to Cube, and about
51) recruits. 1 ao of whom hail from New
Mexico. The siiialrou la well drilled and
in excellent shape, and will compare fa
vorably with the regular ravHlry. Major
Kersey, who la In command, lias worked
hard and faithfully to bring the squadron
to a high atiite of ethVlency, and Captain
lieorge Curry, commanding Troop II, la
proving a very valuable and good ollicer.
rheilivisioiicoiumaiiiler.lien. J. J.Coppin-
ger, baa congratulated Major llersey upon
the flue stute of discipline ami effective
ness that prevalla among the "Hough
Hiders." Theotll'ers and men are an
tons (or active service and want to go
either to Cuba or i'orto Klco to get at the
Spaniards. It is believed that they will
be sent to Cuba aooii to join the eight
troops there uuder Col. Kuosevelt aud
that the entire regiment will be sent lo
I'orto Hico. However, no orders to that
effect had been received up to yesterday,
as a dispatch received yesterday after
noon from Mujor llersey states. The
major Informs the New Mexican that he
has made strenuous ell irts to be sent to
active service lu the lield and Governor
Otero has telegraphed the war depart
ment, asking thut Major llersey aud
Troops (i anil I, composed principally of
New Mexico volunteers be put into the
Held, either in Cuba or Torto Klco. The
command Is in good shape aud splendid
lighting trim, there Is 110 alckuess, but
the olllcera and men, (roiu Major llersey
down, are tired of Tampa aud ramp duty
and are very anxious (or active campaigning,
Hchllltng's best baking aoda, three
pounds (or 2f cents, at A. Lombardu'a.
C. L. Ilasbrouck. a druggist at Meudon,
Mich., eaya all of the giaid testimonials
that have been DiibllHhed by the iiihiiu
fat'tnrera of Chamberluln'a Colic, Cholera
and Marrlui'a Itemedy could be dnpll
cated In thut town. Kor sale by all drug'
HlghMt Cash Prices Paid
Kor furniture, stoves, carpeta, clothing,
trunks, harnetta, saddles, ahoea, etc.
Hart's, 117 Hold avenue, next to Welle
Kargo Kxpreea otlloe. Bee me before you
ouy or aeu.
rMuetvl e our Unwell, With rreruta.
Caidy t'lith'irlir, cure enlist ii".tiun fiirever
10c. If U. C. C. full. ilruiMi. refuuil aiouer
MANUFAC TUREn BY
HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY,
R- M. IRVIN President and Manager.
607 Church Street. Nashville, Tenneasee.
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lata a Soaolaltv.
Omrrlee the I.era'eet maa
Must (tensive block of
-:8taple : groceries:-
To b luand Soaibw,'
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. f I I ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
Always in Htock
ai art i
:ltlfl ar rtT' firV'-T i-
First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque
llrci, Cm ml
llaeklen'a Arnica Halve.
The best aalve in the world for Cut.
Bruiaea, bore. I' leers. Halt Khenm, Kever
Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, t'hllhlaina.
Corns, aud all Hklu KrntHlons, aud posi
tively curea I'lles. or uo pay required.
It is iriiaranUsjd to Rive perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price Sit ceuta
tier box. Kor sale by J. 11. O'Keilly A
Co , Drugglata.
Snap HhoU Willi a lrphoihone.
The liraphophoue Is to the ear what
the photographic camera Is to the eye,
and more, for the (rraphophoue catches
instantly ami preserves every tint aud
shade of sound. A most Interesting use
ot a Oraphophone ia to make records of
your frleuds voices to bo preserved for
future use. You can catch the story of
your jolly friend just as he told It, or the
favorite song of some loved one just aa
she snug It, and have it reproduced per
fectly at any time and as often as you
please. Keiides the (iraphophone affords
wonderful entertainment In the way of
reproducing the music of bands, orches
tras, or vocal or instrumental eololsta.
No investment will return ao much lu
pleasure as the purchase of a (irapho
phone. It is the perfect talking ma
chine. Write (or Catalogue So. 3, to
the Columbia 1'houograph Company, No.
7i) TJ'J Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
A complete Stock of the
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies Button and
Lace Shoes of All
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuqueroue. N. M.
in i VillirSa8ssa!saa
Ihw't lul.ai-i'OHrit suti Keiuke timr I If. Ana).
To Q'i't telmi'co ejMly und forever, tie mag
neUi'. luil ( 1.1c nerve anil lior, tuke Nu-'lo-U
u). itiu wuieli-r werUtT, itiui uiaUev weak un-n
htrorig AU ilrutfyi.ta, &k or SI. Cure if uaruo
reeu HiHiklet enil suiui'le free. Aildrene
bierilna Kemt.lj Lo, Cliicao or New Yor
Call at "The Oreen Krout" ahoe atore
for children's and mlseee' sandals and
oxfords, black aud tan, latest styles, U to
N, Sf cents; H' to II. Ud cents; 11 4 to 8,
l; ladles' oxfordi, l W. Cbapliu, proprietor.
Turkish towels, lineu towels, table
linen, sheets, etc., at prices which ought
to make you lay lu a supply. lioseu
Keud every line of the uew advertise
ment on the fourth page, of the tioldeu
Rule liry Goods company. It will inter
v hlte parasols, all silk, only HO cents,
on sale at the tioldeu Utile lry Uooda
Fresh cracked wheat, two-pound pack
ages three for JO cents, at A. Lumbar do'a.
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Hameae, Baddies, fladdlery,
Haddlery Hardware, Cut Holes, Hhoe
Nails, Hamea. Chains, Whips, Collars,
Bweat Tails, Castor (111, Axle Urease,
Boeton Coach (ill. I nto Negro, Buddy
Harvester (Hl.NeatefiKitOil, Lard (Ml,
Harness Oil, Unseed Oil, Castile rtoap,
Harness Soap, Carriage Hpongea
Chamois Hklu, Horae aledlclnea.
Prloe tlao Iiowosit.
Highest Market rrlcea Paid for Hides
Thos. F. Kelohcr,
40a Railroad Avs Aibuqutrqua.
BALLlNd BROH., PaoraiBToai.
Weddin? Cakea a Specialty !
We Desire Patronage, and
Q us ra Dies First-Class Baaing.
Telearapbordere solicited sod Promptly Klllsd
JACOB KOKBEK & CO
Mannfaetarer of sod Dealet
The Bast Kaatarn-afada Tahlola.
Pine Borse-Shoelnr a Specialty.
Batiafaction Guaranteed la All Work
Repairing, Painting and Trimming
Ihme on Hhort Nolle. I I i i i i
Stop, Corner Copper It. mi First St.,
ALScfloiBQca. N. M
Buy or SelL
boo aoijD A.r-m.
Beet oouceutrateil lye, four cans for '
ceuta, at A. Lorn bar do'a.