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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HD8HK8 ft McCKKIMiT. ITblihhkrs
Tho. Hchh8 Kdltor
W. T. McCbkibht, Bum. llirr. and Ctty Xd
rVRLIRHKU OAIL AKI WIIILI,
AawlaW Pr Afternoon Telefrrama,
Official Paper of Bernalillo County.
I .argent City and Count 7 Circulation
The Largest Now Ueiloo Circulation
Iriret North Ariiona Circulation
ALBl QCKKQCK, JULY !7. 1W
Active hoetllltie have broken oat be
tweeo the Spanish newspaper In this
Spain in suing for peace, and the boya
In Cob will probably tea do more
Gin. Bhaitkb has ei pel led the New
Toil Journal correspondent! from Bantl
Til captain of the
be made an admiral,
the Dewey style.
He Is a fighter of
fold necker not well provided are re
ported anxious in leave the country.
Trlres of supplies remain high, hut there
Is a great deal ot lahnr to be had and
wagee are low. Ktimatee. of the quan
tity of gold eipecte1 to be brought ont
this season vary, but IS.ntiO.OiO wor'h bas
already arrived at r'actfte roast points,
and the Canadian mounted police report
that there are 60.000 people now seeking
fortunes In the Alaskan nil nee, and that
the gold output this year will be at least
A tinmtwr of rxpnbllrans suggest the
name ot Capt. W. II. H. Llewellyn, of the
gallant Rongh K-dera, as the republican
nominee for delegate to rongress. The
party would make no mistake In nomi
nating Capt. Llewellyn. He Is admirably
qualified for the position, being a man
ot experlenoe and Intelligence. His war
record Is magnificent. Capt. Llewellyn
la a personal friend of President Me-
Klnley, Senator Allison and other
republican !aders, and In congress
could be ot Immense benefit to
to the territory. The war with Spain U
practically over, and the gallant Hough
Kldera will no doubt soon be home, which
wonld permit the candidacy of Capt.
Llewellyn. Southern New Meitco has
never had a delegate to congreee and
would no doubt roll up a big majority
for Capt. Llewellyn. It Bernalillo county
doe not preeent a republican candi
date for delegate, Thi Citukn knows
no one It would sooner help elect than
the gallant Hon all Blder captain. W, II.
SnMlm Sine "Ood tb UMB."
In Tampa, Me the other day Amerl
can oldler did a thing that would have
raised a protest a year ago. They joined
In singing "Uod ttave the Queeu" In
honor of t ictorta'i birthday. It is really
astonishing how sentiment has changed
since Kngland has openly aympathliod
with the toiled Htatee In our war with
Spain. I d leal cbangee In the relations of
Ration are no move wonderful, however,
than the marked change In Individuals
who are restored to health by that great
medicine, Uostetter'e Hlornach Hitlers.
It Is no nntisnal thing for people who are
thin, weakly and all run down to show a
marked improvement in a few weeks
after taking this medicine, which over
comes nearly every known disease arising
from a disordered stomach.
TERRITORIAL StJPRtMB COURT.
Bui will find that America Is just as
alert In filing terms ot peace at In dic
tating terms ot eurreuder.
Til American army at Santiago Is
facing a foe bard to eonqner. There are
abont two thousand ease of yellow fever
at the hospital.
Company A are the bent drilled troops
at PrMCotW which Is probably the eanse
of the euvy shown by the Santa F awk
ward squad, known as Company C.
Inasmuch as the laws of Hawaii were
modelled upon those ot the United States
there will be few change noticeable in
the conduct ot affairs on the Islands,
: One of the most Interesting facto con
nected with the naval battle ot Santiago
to that oar fleet destroyed the enemy
with shells of eight-Inch or emaller call
r. of r.
Mineral Lodge No. 4
Knlgtito of rythlas All
members are requested to be
l present at their Castle Hall
on Gold avenue at 7:30o'clock
to-night. Visitors welcomed.
J. 9. I'KABCI, C C.
M.1I. Sabin. K. of R. A H.
Thi grealeet pilgrimages to the Holy
Land are nndertakeu by the Russians.
It has been calculated that between 30,
000 and 40,000 Russians visit Palestine
Kobkwd tha Urav.
A startling Incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the aub-
lect. is narrated bv him as Follows:
was In a most dreadful eouditlnn. My
akla was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually In back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three phyRlo
lans had given me op. Fortunately I
friend advised trying 'Klectrte Bitters;'
and to my great joy and surprise, the
tlrst bottle made a decided Improvement.
I continued their Use tor three weeks.
and am now a well man. I know thev
saved my life and robbed the grave of
mother victim.'' No one should fall to
try them. Only 60 cents per bottle, at
i. U.u Keiiiy A co.'s drug store.
BurrALo Bill to to be credited with
originating the same ot "Bough Rider,"
and deeerves honorable mention, along
with the brave men who have fixed the
title In history.
Thi great Omaha packlug plaut of
Armour ft Co. was opened on July 30.
Its capacity to 10,000 bogs, 2,000 cattle
and 6,000 sheep per day. It to claimed
to be the largest plant wast of Chicago.
TBI state ot war doe not disturb busi
ness, nor does midsummer bring the
nsnal stagnation. It to many years since
business- at this season of Wis year has
been so nourishing as It to at the preeent
L - -. . ..
TBI last Socorro Chieftain was filled
from top to bottom with plate matter,
with the exception of a two Una notice
about a rain In that vicinity. And yet
w wonder why New Mexioo to not wade
1m place ot glass, tha Philippine Island
ere generally tote plate made of the shell
ot a kind of oyster, which admit an
agreeably subdued light, and are not so
easily damaged by earthquakes as glass
. Thbbi are 333 electric light plants In
the United States. These are located In
thirty-nine states and territories, fur
nishing 2u,087 are lights and 371,440
Incandescent lights and representing a
capacity of 70.000 horse power.
Respect for Old Glory to rapidly in
creasing In Kurope. The Swedish postal
authorities recently sent out a special
train In order to promptly deliver a letter
In a flag envelope, addressed to an
American In an out ot tha way place In
Sweden. Tby thought from the flag on
the envelop that the letter was from
the United States government.
Pokto Rico's foreign trade to carried
on chiefly with Spain, the United States,
Cuba, Germany, the United Kingdom and
Frauce. Spain takes the first place, with
an average annual trade valued at til,-
88,074, or 28.80 per cent. The United
States cornea seooud, with a trade valued
at t,M'ot a year, or WW per cent of
the whole, aud Cuba to third, with an
average yearly value of (4,000,320, or
ia:ii per cent or me wnoie.
am ami; am ouMta.ua.
Americans are the kings ot marksmen,
whether the piece fired Is a squirrel rifle
or a tremendous 13 Inch guu, such as
the Oregon used on the Spaulsh fleet at
Ssiitlagode Cuba. Our people first achieved
fame as sharpshooters In the colonial wars
agalust the Kreuch and Indians, but the
first date In the real glory of the Amerl
em marksman Is June 17, 177&, aud the
proof ot their skill to In the awful death
roll ot those iutreped British troop that
marched up Bunker Hill to the rude
Yankee redoubt aud suffered a loss of 83
per cent, mora than double the percent
age of our killed and wounded In the two
days' assault at Santiago.
H.X01M tkOS ALASKA.
Returulug gold-seekers at Pacific ooast
ports are quoted as saylug that th pres
ent season seems likely to witness as
great a rush outward from the gold re
gion of Alaska as was wltueeeed Inward
last winter aud spring. Thousands ot
Uenrge Hennessey and wife, of Kl Paso,
came up from the south last night, aud
hive taken a room at the Hotel Highland,
J. W. Records and A. J. Stafford, ot
Needles, came In from the went last
night, aud bar room at Starge'
Miss Jane Hunter, the dressmaker,
arranging to leav In a few day tor
Oklahoma, where she will visit relative
M. F. Meyers, the Bland hotel keeper
and rwtauranteur ha returned to
the Cochttl district, after a btulnee
trip to this city.
Attorneys Nelll B. Field, A. B,
MeMtllen, A. J. Mitchell and Delegate
11. B. KtrguftHon, who were at Santa F
oa th convening or the territorial
supreme court on Monday, have returned
to the city.
Mrs. C. B. Stiver and son, who have
been residing in Lo Angeles, Cal- the
past few months, returned to the city
I .at night and expect soon to be again
settled here, Mr. Stivers to at preeent at
Flagstaff, where he to doing some special
Mrs. 0. J. StearUng and Miss Ruth
Brown, two handsome ladles from Den
ver, arrived last night, and are domiciled
at the Hotel Highland. The ladle have
friends In the southwest, and will visit
the principal cities of New Mexico before
returning to Denver.
At a well attended nieetiug held at the
African Methodist Kpiscopal church last
night, owing to th prevalence of con
tagion diseases, It was decided to hold a
grand Indoor celebration of the Kmanct-
patiou Proclamation at the church next
Thursday night, August 4 A literary
program consisting of speeches by
prominent orators, and patriotic singing
by the Duke City Quartette and others
will be reudered, and a sumptuous col
latlou, surpassing all previous efforts,
will be served In the latest style to the
complete satisfaction of the most fastldt
ou. The full program will be published
jou. A cordial luvltutlon U extended
Try kill aa Bast ma aa4 kakla .
Ar-pllcatlons for Admission lo Supreme
Cean Bar Cutl RMet.
Promptly at 10 o'clock Monday morn
ing the July term of the territorial sn
prrme court was convened with Chief
Justice Mill and Associate Jutices Mc
Fie, Parker and Crumpacker present.
Associate Justice Leland was detained at
his home In Socorro by Illness. There
were preeent In the court room, when
the judges appeared on the bench, the
F. W. Clancy, W. B. Chllders, II. L.
Warren, Marcos 0. de Uses, H. B Fergus-
enn, h, b. field, lloflon Moore, A. J.
Mitchell and A. H. McMillen, Albuquer
que; H. K. Twilchell, A. A. Jones and
Prank Springer, Las Vegas; S. H, New
comb. Las truces; J. 0. pitch and II. II.
Itoiigherly, Socorro: A. A. Freeman, Kddy:
J. McDonald, Taos; K. L. Barilett, I. H,
Catron, H. O. Hortner, O. W. hnseble, K
A. Fiske, J. P. Victory, W. II. fope, II. 1,.
Hollgnac, W. J. Mc Thereon and N. B.
Laughlln, of Santa Ke.
The court appointed Antonio Alarld,
bailiff aud A. L. Codington, crier.
Clerk Heo. L. Wyllya handed in bis
resignation to take effect at the pleasure
ot the court.
The following attorney applied for
admission to the bar of the territorial su
preme court: Colin Neblett, Sliver City;
A. i. Mitchell and A. U. Reading, Albu
querque; Albert T. Rogers, Las Vegas;
John McDonald, Taos; Granville Pendle
ton and K. 8. Whitehead, Aztec; Hugo
The following caws were reset on the
No, .'". Janies T. Johnson, appellee, vs
Msrcano Wallegos, sheriff et al , appel
Ian t, appeal from Mora county, sent to
foot Of the docket. V eeder 4 teeiler for
appellee. Fort A 1-ong for appellant.
p pel lees, vs. Vim. A. nalker, apellsnl.
ppeal from Bernalillo county, t for
ugust In- u. n. Hlerry ror appellees, r .
r . Clancy and N. H. Field tor appellant.
No. 720, Denver ft Rio Grande Rtllroad
Company, plaintiff in error, vs. United
states, defendant in error, error to r irst
jnllclal ilistrtct court, set for August I
Wolnott ct alie ana p.. l.. iiarueu lor
plaintiff, W. H. Chllders ami A A Jones
No. 731. 1 nlted States, plaintiff In error.
vs. Denver ft Rio Grande Railroad Com
pany, defendant In error, set for August
. A. A. Jones ror piaimin, n onion &
alie and K. L. Bartlett for defendant.
No. 74t. The VMnlers Cattle RaNna
Coniuauv. plaintiff in error, vs Territory
ot New Mexioo, defendant in error, error
to district court of Socorro county, set for
Aogust 12. J. G. Filch fur plain till, K.
. Bartlett for defendant.
No. 7.V. J. Fred. Lonmau. trustee, et al..
plaintiffs In error, vs. Wiu. W, Cox et al.,
defendants in error, error to district court
of Dona Ana eonnty, set for Angnst ill.
Parker ft ll wihsm for plalutllts, Catron
ft ortner for defendants.
No. 7(11, The Alliance Insurance Com
pany, garnishee, plaintiff In error, vs.
Bartlett ft lyler, defendants In error,
ei ror to district court ot V alencia county,
sent to foot ot docket. Williams aud
Bryan for plaintiff.
ro. 7 ft J, same as ro. oi, sent to iooi oi
No. 772, James N. Upton, plalutlff in
error, vs. Burns, walker uo., neienn-
ante In error, error to Oram county, set
August 14. 4. H. Vieider lor piatutin.
No. 703, ancy i. rtoninson anmiuis-
tratrlx, appellee, vs. Wm, 1L Byrets,
appellant, appeal from Socorro county.
set for August 10. vtarreu, pergueeon x
ttlllett for appellant.
No. TJH, Kmil Boesni ei ai , piaintms,
. Frank Hurseh et al , defendants In
error, vs. Hauta r faciuo naiiroau
company, garnishee, plalutlff in error,
error to Bernalillo eoiunty, set for Ang
QHt 18. V. N. Sterry for defendants lu
error. Chlldnr ft Dobeon for plaintiff in
No. 800, John A. Le et al. appellees,
vs. N. B. Kleld, receiver, appellant, ap
peal from Bernalillo county, set for
August V. Lhiuers ft oousou tor ap
no. mi, waver nuppiy company ui
Albuquerque, appellee, vs. City of Al
buiierqu and board ot education of
Albuquerque, appellants, appeal irom
Bernalillo county, set for August U.
shade of sound. A most Interesting ne
I of a Grnph'iphnna Is to niuk records of
your friends voices to be pre-erveil for
future use. Von ciin cutch the rtory of
your J illy friend Just ai he tdd It. or the
favorite song of some loved one I'M as
she sang it, and have It reproduced per
fectly at anv time and as often as you
please. Bexliles the (iraphnphone sff.irils
wonderful entertainment In the war of
reproducing the music of hands, orches
tras, or vis-al or instrumental soloists.
No investment will return ec ninrh In
pleasure as the purrhs-e of a Orapho
phone. It Is the p-rfect talking ma
chine. Write for Catalogue No 30. to
the Columbia Phonograph Company, No.
70-7i2 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
f r'.nHiirTPrt hT
and BUSINESS MEN.
A hIM IiiJims.
The pleasant flavor, gentls action, and
soothing effect of Syrup of Kigs, when In
need of a laxative, and If the father or
mother be costive or bilious, th most
gratifying results follow Its nse; so that
it Is the bet fsmllv remedy known and
every family should have a bottle.
Manufactured by the California Fig
From Prescott Journal. Miner.
The uniforms for the volunteers
Whipple are expected this week.
Sunday's game ot base ball between
the Prescott and W hippies resulted In a
score of 21 to 3, in favor of the former.
The Prescott brass band has very
kindly volunteered Its services to pley
for the troops at Whipple some evening
this week at dress parade.
Capt Mitchell of the Fifteenth In
fantry Is expected at Whipple on Thurs
day to take the position of major of the
volunteers now stationed there.
There was quite a larg. number of
visitors at Whipple Sunday eveulug to
witness dress parade. The soldier boys
make a fine apssrsnce when the seven
companies are all lined up on
the parade grounds. Captain Russell
makes a fine commanding UHccr,
Z. v A
N. W. ALuliKv
Agent it Nfw Mfxico.
Also Airent for the t Bf.'lI.DINI and LO N ASSOCIATION,
"Tllia X lVDUSTRIA W
ST( K KH I.K "rY TO t.OAV.
Chllders ft Itolswn for apoellauts.
In case No. 105, Charles springer,
plaintiff In error, vs. R Oldham et al.,
defendants In error, error to district
court of Socorro couuty, a motion to ex
tend the time to file transcript and as
slgnmeut of errors was argued and sub
milted. A. A. Joue for Plaintiff, K. V.
Long and Hugo Seaberg for defendants.
An order was entered of record, con
solidating cases No. 777, 77s and 771),
Josephine Deeeraut, administratrix,
plaintiff In error, vs. Cerrlllus Coal Rail
road company, defendant lu error, error
to Santa Fe county. N. B. Field and
F. W.Clancy for plaintiff. R. K. Twltchell
In case No. M. I'ulted States, plain
tiff In error, vs. Gumui Brothers, de
fendants In error, error to 6th Judicial
district, ten days were allowed to print
and file transcript. W. B. Chllders tor
IU case ai, territory oi new mexioo,
appellee, vs. Tomas Archlbeque et al.
appellants, appeal from 2nd judicial
district, a motion for a ruling ou the
clerk ot that district to send up tran
script was presented, K. L. Bartlett for
Court adjourned at noon until Toes-
day at 10 o'clock to allow th members f
the Territorial Bur Association to meet.
Krom Prescott Courier.
As soon as instruments arrive the band
will turn nut.
Col. McCord Is expected at headquar
ters August 1. .
Dress parade at 11:30 p. m. Is becoming
popular with Prescott cltlxens.
The fact Is forcing itself upon the men
that they are to remain here several
months. All ot them want to go to the
front, bnt are willing to submit to the
orders of superiors.
Abont 3iM) men were vaccinated Satur
day by Dr Llndley and Dr. Smith. The
entire regiment wilt undergn tho ordeal
as fast as the hospital department can
d Ispopeof them.
There Is much less ''kicking" among
the boys about "grub" since (;ui has
developed better cisiks and allowed the
commissary time to orguu'z- bis busi
ness. Dr. Llndley, as senior surgeon, has
ordered all out houses aud vaults
thoroughly disinfected, and to taking
every precaution to guard the health of
th men ot the regiment, aud their
health is good.
Pay day, the Cth, is given out as seinl
olllclal, and makes the boys feel glad.
Many of the voluuters, not realizing the
vicissitudes ot army life, spent their all
at once, aud now see where pies, cakes,
newspapers, etc., cau be used to good advantage.
Dr. Smith, of New Mexico, 1 a pleasant
gentleman and a first class physician.
He has endeared himself to the buys by
his courteous and brotherly treatment,
and although be bus been In barracks
only two days, has gatued the good will
IturkUu's Arnica aalv.
The best salve in the world tor Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
.Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all rsklu Kruptlons, and posi
tively cures Piles, or uo pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satixfac
tlon or money refunded. Price 2o cents
per box. For sale by J. 11. O'ltullly ft
Co , Druggists.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Of the United States.
Outstanding Assurance December 31, i87...$
New Assurance written in T897
Proposals for Assurance Examined and Dei lined
Assets, December It, 1897
Reseiv; cn all existing Policies (4 per tent
standard) and all other liabilities.
Furphis, 4 per cent standard
Paid Policy Hollers in 1897
LA.H.GEST Ivr'MoHt IiiHtiranrc In Force.
STRONGEST ivri-arjfcst surplus.
"t'C,QrP Pay Death Claim Prompter.
L'i-Jk-, Pays) Larger Dividend, ($1,00,00
more during hint Ave yearn.) IsMiie ltetter Policies.
WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager,
NEW MCXICO ANI ARIZONA DEPARTMENT,
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
4h r72,yi(f r:
y 1,100,31 1.1 1
Max B. Fitch, son of Capt. A. B. Fltcb,
the Magdalena smeller mau.caiue In from
the soutli, and Is at the Hotel Highland'
F. M. Guess, Eos Angeles; J. W, He-
cords, A. J. Stafford, Needles; Mm. beet.
K. P. Ackeriuan, nan hraiiciMX);li. Piolau,
Kl Paso; i. 8. Long. Texas; Jaoobo
I'havea aud sou, Im Lunas; J. F. Butter-
Held. Oncago; t . N. Hiulth. Hi. Louis;
w. Kyer. Oenver: L. Arruer and wife.
t'tab; W. II. Young, Tlios. 0. Htone,
PltUburg. Penn;W. H. Toland. Plula-
delphla; 11. J llllbough, 8t. Louis; K. P.
Hrown, M faso; J. 11. rtedberg, Han
J. R. Cunningham, Las Vegas; Kay
llainuioud, J. V. Keys. i.asei(as; (ieo.
W. Power, New York; J. F. Morris, T. M.
Atkinson, Chicago, K. 1). (ioaselt. Las
Vegas; Max H. Fitch, Magdalena. N. W ;
(Ml. Htralght, I rbaua. ill; Mrs. D.J.
Htearllug, Mine Huth Hrown, Denver;
George lienueeeey aud wife, Kl Paso.
J. C. Morrow, W. W. Vealey, Keedlea;
Mark Kills. VV. II. Mubolsou, Kansas
City; Mrs. C. Stivers and son, Los An
geles; P. F. Hogan, Cerrljloe; J. Ueui
Kdural Vuur HutrnU Wllb l'asrrU.
run')? I'ulhsrltr, eure i'uintltsltuii rnrever.
10e,tt6:. 1( UU C.rsll, Urusoiuriiruudiuuuor
ror Unr nrty I
An Old and Wxi.l-Thixu Krurdy.
Mrs. VWnalow's Soothing Hyrup ha
lieen used (or over fifty years by nillllous
sf mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cure wind colic, aud Is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste.
Bold by druggists lu every part of the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its
value Is Incalculable. Ke snrs and ask
for Mrs. Wluslow's Hoothlng Hyrup, and
take no other kind.
Tha Uim Military Inslllul.
The Coconino Hun, lu Its last Issue,
contained tha following article about
the Ooss Military Institute:
"The Klghth Annual Announcement"
of the (ioss Military Institute of Albu
querque, a neat little pamphlet, rains to
our desk this morulng aud we take
pleasure In advocating its mission. To
parents who wish to place their boys in a
thorough, moral, mental and physical
traiulug school we cau say that none
belter exists than this Institute. Prof.
Moss' object is to traiu the whole boy
soul, mini aud bjdy, aud to do so bs
takes only a limited number who board
right with hliu and are under bis per
sonal supervision every moment. The
boys who nave been la this Institute only
one term'are noticeably Improved morally,
religiously, men tally and physically, and
are loud In the praise of their frleud and
instructor. Prof. uoss.
Prof, Uoss met Tux Citi.en represent
ative this oiornlug aud stated that bis
Institute would open ou August 2Uth,
and that, from all Indications, the pros
pects for a brighter future were never
C. L. Hasbrouck, a druggist at Mendon,
Mich., says all of the good teeltmoiilals
that have been published by the manu
facturer of Chamberlain's Colic, Cbulera
and Dlarrlua Itemed y eon Id be dupli
cated In that town. For sale by all drug
gists. Susp Shot With a Uraplo.lisDe.
The (iraphophone Is to the ear what
the photographic camera Is to the eye.
and more, for the Uraphophoue catches
lustantly aud preserve every tint aud
Like a Blister
Dreadful Eruptions on Her Skin
Great Suffering Relieved by Hood's
"My little daughtur suffered turrlbly
with eruptions on the skin end body
which looked as though blistered. I have
been giving ber Hood's Huruparllla and
be bu taken severs! bottles snd is now
almost entirely oured. We were told she
would need a change of climate, but
Hood's Sarsaparllla bu msrie It unneees
sary." J. T. Khkkmam, Ft. Wlngste, N. M
" I have bee a uttering with sores on my
fare. I wi unable to etuep and btd no
appetite. I began tsklug Hood'a Sana
parllla and after I bad used two bottles I
felt IlUe a different nun, The sores dli
appeared, my appetite increased and I can
now sleep soundly." Henrt Kkichers,
Georgetown, New Mexico.
Ii Mm bA-t 4n fart th On True Htrxl Purifier.
Sold tf -II drugkiuti. ft; mi (r
1HMHJ- lllia v In r-ff-rt. -iftrouu.
Hurlmy O'nvlll -Arlxonw'- Hro.
Softly, with bar in I lifH-l trndrri'd
"jo Ills nif moiV 'f wlui Itvr!-
twl tin lilr tlmt lit ttnifciitk ied,
Oivnig all with inuth tt givt-1
AM h fiit red In fririnlly nu-rtiiiK.
All tm joVftl It tw tiKtul ti feci -(
iltt tmif tititl, ime t.trst Iook wirt-tinn -
(fiitly! l:Utitt tu O Nelll.
WhMf hi lived, diil wrong need riiitlnw,
Ktdv hf t lrur 1 1 n htut t;
In f r tan t tit- livrd utid h d, Hiid -K'dini;
SUmhI lie linn lo die in front !
Pmdf No! nmt here, fr out 1 under,
Whetr bruve wotiln otitnde the -sky,
Still he liven! oi hIihII we Winnk't
'1 hut Hiich turn never die !
At the la-t trrtfitt Mem muMt-r -I
tf the l.it nt.m.l tniiiii-i-i (m-mI,
l)o i) I lie list, w Uh l-ee and t u-.ttr,
ll .ItttU au-mrr lu 'il Nhll.l.! '
Haihk Hdwkan Mkh ai kk.
t ; ?tt Mi y y
0tS it t! ( t t
For the NEXT 30 DAYS
evtrybody who carts to
wri'e ui rYgard'ini' their
Diseases or altliction vill
be treated TILL CURED
FREE OF CHARGE.
Thit oiler is mid in order to
introdiHC our new method oi treat-
!ng and curing both Acute snd .;.
Chronic diuaua, alto all private '"
II you are tick wri 1 mil once. '.
YOU HAVE NOTHING TO
LOSE OR RISK. v
Letten strictly confidentUL t''.
for a Kiucrrme
rtirf MfT T'T HI. t 1 L' '
It .q. '. -..vt .t. , ?
It oi.m nit tifin, , mi
Ho I for
Famous Stages Iveave
EVERY TDESDAY MORNING
lir For the Resort.
Mvsrr Kml ami &at Htablss.
IU"KS to anv part of t'lecltr T)r onlv V,.
Old TltpVins So t. Now Telsphooe No. 114
COPTER AVENUE, Bet. Second tod Third Sts
Academy of "Our Lady of Light."
ItOAKDIMI AMI DA V SCHOOL KOH
SANTA PR. tilKI.S AND YOt!N( LAKIKS NEW MEXICO.
riinmin by ntt
SI8TERS OJP XjOIEIXTO.
The tfith Academic Trni Will t cn Monday, cit 5th. lH9a.
Tlii A-a1-mr l ltntrl in a mt ili-li:ihtr Im ;ti..n In Hie ntv xi famoun fur It hrnlttiful
anl Kr;il,li. rliinaic. I he Ixi'liI nK i t'lrnnlir l tliruiiKlimii illi mkhI, ai convrnieni rt, In
t !i-lmg .tt-ain li-.t. Imt nd citl't (it, li.nh.. Nr.
1 hr ninrw "f in.trnriion ntmprlw rvirv I'rjnrh rontrihiitlnK to a tlmruiiah and rt-flned
eiluratii'M. Mimic unit Art rC4lv. p:iul ait.'ntiiiil. '
rut 1'HOKPm.TrH. a.l.lr-M, , SISTER SUPERIOR.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All the Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The following ia the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon , , 9'7
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per g.tllon 1.5188
Total..... 1 -337i
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerqut
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
k 'jTSlZ-.X S BX X2CXX 'WT-.ST.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB, Proprietor.
l trf 1 .
.. .... .
Addrtu, UCKIOK kbITrl,
Put Olllca Bo No, ava.
July aaii. ihvm.
Lee Wing Bros.
For nearly twclv year Dr. Wing has
Lirt'ii mi hn(trrl frtident if I'fiiver and Itwi
b-tn pc nuttftl by t'ie kill(ti' nw (if tlie wurld
T hr.n( lif nllli and happlnem ti the thoin
anJa nt thf alii ctd who h iu aliiMit Riven up
tu r f ver beiu( t ured. Hi grutciul pa
ticitiB rf fiMind lu itt -rly e ery w.itc lu tb
I' moii, hi mc Ju una bt'ing nt every hf
tiy maii or eprt?. Thrre l tairitrly a known
diwa which ihfHe marvflou ri'meclira wtll
not care, Imt they art- rprci;illy vj uatlr Ui
Lhromi; diti-idr- of ull kimls, f-tnale com
pl.tlnti., iit-rvoim deb lit, heart duti-aw, ittom
troiitilf. t.tpf worm, rhr unntism, blood
poison, winiti.d w'khtw, syphilis und all
srEuul ami pr.Vrtttr dit
The., (aiiimii inetli. hu s call be li.td from
the itily AmtT can atfti tu,
LEE WING BrtOS.
The renowned ftiliiehe spei I.TIsU, lr.aw l.irl.
nieraireel, lenvir. I'onsulution Ire. If yuu
canniM call, write, uu ln.intr stamp Uit tm iilar,
411U tiuenluni bUlik. A cute. tfLirfiantred ut
Ilealii and l'rutrlii Hi Mcmkir.nfV Jlrnriv Ilie
P. .(. nf Tii.te infl him II. K ill Sim aut 1 Tnl
ire inr ; at llrn nf lr m ill.
kLK UUo 1 Utlt.-, urrtu titraei, NawTork.
WANTIII, rK a IK, HICMT ANII LOWT
Wiiuteil filrl to (lu light tioiitework
Call at 1 ' 3 Kant Silver avenue.
For Sain One aaddls pony, cheap. B.
Kor 8al Sti'l ranRi. iraitollna stov,
1 run heilntea I, llunleuui, etc Apply 2UJ
mirtn mum wirpet.
Native wine, pure anil healthful, at
inly &o cento a gallon at C A. tirando's
U06 north B-uadwaj.
A Una BHHortruent ot new fnrtiltnre
mlv. at 2iti HiiuLli Klrt atreet. nliean fur
Danh or iurttalliueut. W. V. Kutrelle.
To Kent -4-romu house and alfalfa. W.
To Kent Furniture and household
irixxls. W. V. Kutrelle.
Kor Hunt New three-room cottage on
North Fifth alreet. Applv &n .North
For Kent Two-Htory frame hone npar
the Hmita Fe I'adlle alintia, aultaltle for
iixlgiug or iHianliiig. luuuire of K. L.
MuHliburu it Co.
For Hent-Une or two rnrulmied or
unfurnixlieil riMiiiiH, centrally located,
Hiiitnlile for gentleman or married couple.
AdilrehS A, U l i.KN (illlce.
Lout A black ailk umlirella. Leave
it at thia olliue aud receive reward.
For 8ick or WU.
PUa.nl, Toning, Ckaniing, RrbulUIng Invigorating, Strength
ening. With it you can have in your own room, a Sanitarium,
Hot Springi, Tut It uh. Human. Meuicated, Dry Suam. Vapor,
Alcohol, Oxygen. PerfimW. Mineral, Quinine or Sulphur
tUtha, At a Coal of about 3 cc.u, per bith.
MANUFAC njRED BY
HYGIENIC BATH CABINET COMPANY,
R.M.IRW4 Preaidenl and Manager.
607 Church Street. Nu hville, Tennessee.
Highest Honors World' Flr,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
You may hunt the world over and you
will not llnd another iiieilii'lua niml to
i!haiiilerlam ii Colic, Choleru ami Ular
rlni' U tiu-Jy fur bowel complaint. It
Is pleanant. Hate ami tellable. For Hale
hy all ilrugglHtit.
With a Qxed deterinluatlon not to carry
ov-r a hIuiiIh light weight Hint, we have
illvliled our Htix'k iuto two lut-i, wlilrb
will be hoIiI at i' 75 and $12 75 per Hint
respectively. The forninr are our tTJ,
1.1 and $11 milts; the latter our tiueHt
goods, whh'h are worth $ir to -5, and
also incliiile the remainder of our ujimIUh.
Kvery Hiilt Ih a bargitiii
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
i.v.f ln..l ,im no.
.'. ir, Is I 'un.lv ('..ll .ifl'r Illi' nif.st Win
11 I i III. 0 ,,0 ilii ' t-1 v ( Illi lle. t ,ts
ni iwhI .'Hluii'.r iii ilii' liis.e, U, 1 eoily
.ihl iMi.iilivi 'y mi ki Int v W 1 r 11111I lu'Wi'la,
.-ltii!.nnr the entu-e- nv ht.-ln. lllhel i-oltln,
-mo luU' HUilie, lev. r. Iiulilluiil t-nnnllputioa
unit biiioio.ni Mt. rieuA" I'1')' unit trv a bnX
u(C. ('. 1: liiilnv; III, ;;., 'U -nt a. rlultlaud
ffuaruhUieU' lo euro by ull aruglla.
A Pure Orape Cream al Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THF STANDARD
Ciprlano Kaca, a deputy fulled State
murihal of the Socorro district, who wui
here yesterduy ou ulliclal IiusIiibim before
I'nlted Si it tea Commissioner VS tilling, re
turned Houth this m iming. Mr. liaca ia
proving himself to be one of the best
otlleera of reutral and Houtheru New
tlnoti Why ChMinltarlaln'aCotle.Chnlsrs
and IMarrh.ra Kfni.ly la th liMt.
1. liecutiHe It afforda almost tiiHtaiit re
lief la case of pniu lu the Htouiach, colic
and cholera luoruux.
i. Because. It Is the only remedy that
never fulls In the most eevere cases of
dTseiiaf and dlarrluei. '
'A. bei.iiise it la the only remedy that
will cure cliroulo aiarmuM.
4. Because it is the only remedy that
will prevent liiltoua colic.
6. Because It Ih the only remedy that
will cure epidemical dvsenterv.
tf. Because 11 ia the only remedy that
cau always be deluded upon lu caeee 01
7. Because It ia the most prompt and
most reltalde medicine lu use for bowel
S. Because It producee no bail results.
11. Because It ia pleusaut and aafe to
10. Because it has aaved the lives of
more sople than auy other niedloiue In
The 25 and IjU-ceut sizes for Bale by all
For next thlrtv daye I will pay highest
casli price for household gnodH or every
rieHcrlptton. Don't Hell until yoa get my
Mil. T. A. r. HITTK.N. 114 Hold avenue
T 1'iir.i t'i
Tnl " i
Vll.ilV I ..I
ri..1 Vv orSV.
s r r.in.l uau
i ss-Old Rellable"s
Wholesale Grocer 1
0rrl th Ircet aad
Mot Biwuial tttoch or
FLOUR, GRAIN &
PROVISIONS. -isTAPLB : qrookbieb:-
Oar Lata a Spaolaltv.
T b fnand Hoathwaat.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
.sr. o. xTLci3JrcC3-r,
Always Id vtoet
fllii " ii -ai ir- M1 Hit illi '. HI ' T v
First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque
iui FtlFti, IU
comploto Stock of tho
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
iaeo Shoes of All
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuqueraue, N. M.
" utiui 1 1 in i una ail
Hl(ht Vmmh rrlcaa fald
Kor furniture, stoves, earpeta, clothing
trunks, narnees, saililles, ahoea, elst.
Hart's, 117 liold avenue, next to Wells
Kurgo Kxpress olllctt. Hee me before you
buy or ae!l.
t'o . t 1 1 niiU huiuke iuur l ife Aa,
'Ui'i'o i.'.is'ly uih! forever, he nine
Til quit t.
netie. lull - I I fe nei m ttti'l t iror, bike No To
It.ie. the vtoiiilrr w.irUer, tli.it nittUen weak min
Ktrni.g All (1rL.'i;istrf, Mle or II. Curt) ifiluritu.
teeu ltoiklet ami asiiipia free. AilOresa
burning 1Uki to, ciiico or New Va
Call at "The Ureeu Krout" ahoe store
for childreu'a and misses' sainUls and
oxfords, black and tau, latest Htyles, A to
a. S!i cents; 8S to 11, UO cents; II 4 to a,
1; Mies' oxford 1, l W. Chapliu, proprietor.
ullrt a ileall .Kin. o
l .iMi ,.ll Ik, t. ullilt t alii. II--
U anil ktvii it 1 le.ui. by
i' aiul ill i ii.u all 1111-
To mi- r 11 1 1
.1 t-nii. 1' liai'it 1 ri
bi'iuit bC?. II.
Biggest sale that has ever taken place
at the biggest store, l'ricee made that
yon never heard of. Only at the liolden
l'ry tioods coinpauy.
Kchilllng's beet baking soda, three
pounds for -5 ueuta, at A. Louibaido'a,
III II Ol'
(1, in .l, ,1 n
Is. inly Willi. ml il
In- 1 .1 .111 t.tir Id
-t in urn 1111 I lie l.iv I
no il UK Iruni the IiimIv. ll. in tu il.iy to
i.inili iiiiii.1i-, luiil... Iiloli lu s. Ii ni-k ii-uiis.
inili-iiiii ti- t.il. 1 a 1 c
AM , nut.
gil, bJliiai linn gu nanutil, loc, ii'.fioo.
inl tll.it I
MUCH I'l l
li.'iiilly lr fen rents.
TiirkUh towels, linen towels, table
linen, sheets, etc., at prices which ought
to make you lay lu a supply, loosen
Head every line of the new advertise
nieiit on the fourth page, of the liolden
Utile liry liooils couipuny. It will Inter
VN hlte purasols, all silk, only S5 cents,
on sale at the (iolden Hule liry liootla
Fresh cracked wheat, two-pound pack
agesthree for 26 cents, at A. Louibardu'a.
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Hamens, Saddlee, But ldlery,
Saildlery Hardware, Cut Soles. Hhoe
Nails, llanies. C'laina. Vt hips, Collars,
Sweat l"als. Castor Oil, Axle Urease.
Hosttm Coach Oil, I nto Negro, Kindly
HarveHter Oil, NeubtftHit Oil. Lard Oil,
Harness Oil, Unseed Oil, Castile Soap,
HarnesM rtttap. Carriage Hpongee
Chauiole Bklu, Horse Medlctnee.
Prloo tlaa owot,
Highest Market rrlces Tald for Hlilee
Thos. F. Kelehor,
406 Railroad Avt., Albuquerque.
BALLINd BROH., Paoraiav oai.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty I
We Deaire Patronage, and we
QuaranUa Fint-Claaa Baking.
Talaarnuib udeeaaoliclud and PrompUf rui4
JACOB K0UBE11& CO
Maco(actnrM of and Dtalee
The Boat Ktaru-Made Tahldaa.
Pine Hoi-se-Shoelnf a Specialty.
8atlafactloo Goarantead in All Work
Repairing. Palutlog and Trtmmtuf
Isid on bbort Motio. 1 1 1 1 t 1 1
Uop, Corner Copper At. ud First St.,
Aiinqnaaqna, H. W
Hoi at GooaU
Buy or SelU
BOO OOIj-n -r3.
Meet concentrated lye, foul cau for U6
ceuU, al A. Louibttrdu'.