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THE DAILY CITIZEN
Hl'HHKH tt Met HKKiHT, PUKLWHIRS
Thos. Hcahm Kdlto
W. T. McTwuhht. Bn. Ugr and City Rd
ri'HI.IHKI lll. HD WtlHlIt
Aaxoetated Pre Aftornoon Telefrram.
OlllPlal Parf of HernalillolVwiniy.
iMtgrmt City end Cminty Clrmilatlon
Th lTfnt New Meiloo Circulation
Lerrrnt North Arlinna Clrenlatlon
AI.RCQCKKQCR, ACOCST 0, im
It U Mid nearly LOtxyM) quinine pill
hare been not to Cuba for an la the
Tat deelre to bold to the Phlllpplnee U
alaioMt ontrereal among tbe American
THI Washington Port bold that Ad
miral Dewey dm naid nothing aboot bl
Tat people of New Meiloo tally ap
prolate the excellence of the two dally
paper of thle elty.
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If Col. Boosevelt will locate In Ne
Mexico the people will elect him to eotv
(rase by a rousing majority.
BicuiTiki Aloib'b many mistake 1
eonrlnclng proof that be la out of place
In the office of secretary of war.
The peaoe treaty will not be forma'
lated by August 16. Spain oarer did
anything lu two weeks exoept to lwe a
change In the relatione of the United
Rtetnt to the root of the world that are
t .ki n p'ae. fur whn the t'tiltwl State
enter, aud control, market which other
powers always hare regarded as their
own, feeling and friction are excited.
For a long time It was thonrht that
this country wonld be an agricultural na
tion and be the "granary of the world."
This wonld bare been the case If the re
publican policy of protection had been
rejected The great manufactories which
we hare created nerer could hare been
fostered against the competition of Eng
land If It had not been for the policy of
DISBANIM.1U THI ARMT.
feace negotiations hare not yet been
concluded, but already there Is talk of
disbanding some of the rolnnteers. T'-e
regular army now nnmber about 7B.0O0
men, of whom perhaps 60.(XJO will be
needed lu Cuba for some time to come
aud perhaps 10.000 in rorto Klco. It la
not thought a large force will be needed
In Hawaii, a n aehlngton dlwpatch say
ing that one company of artillery and
one of Infantry being deemed all that Is
necewary at that point.
If peaoe negotiations progress as seems
to be expected, 11 la probable that most
of the troops that responded to the
second call will soon be mustered out!
General Lee's division, the Seventh
corps, will go to Harana In tbe fall.
whether the war Is ended or not by that
The total assessed value of real and
personal property In Greater New fork
for 18UN Is I2.3a.490.372, an Increase
from IMU7 of tlU7,124.Mrt. The only de
crease shown Is the aaeeMSinent of share
holders of banks, which Is $1,9II,GW0 less
than last year. Tbe Increase In
other respects Is phenomenal. It la
more than double that of any previous
year. Tbe total assessed value of real
extate Is 1.6uo,4t'7.ir23, an Increase of
tW.VU.m ever last year. Real estate Is
usually assessed In New Tork for about
one half Its actual value, and In the
popular estimation the assessment are
fairly and honorably made. The value
of personal property aneaesed for 1813 Is
t609.032.44tf, an Increase of 1134,45,341,
which la also extraordinary.
W BLOOMS) TUB AMKRIOASa.
The Porto Bloana, having suffered far
less from r-pan tab rule than the Cubans
and being under fewer obligations to tbe
United States, reoelve our soldier with
every exhibition of Joy; they are ready to
volunteer under American officers; they
do not object to such rule as (Jen. Miles
proposes for them during hostilities, and
they are ready with the best tbey have to
feed and entertain any one who wears
the uniform of the United Slates. Pos
sibly the greater sufferings of the Cubans
may have brutallxed them, bat they
onght to feel more gratitude for the de
liverance that Is brought to them.
Tag American farmer Is too busy bar'
Testing hie heavy crops and getting them
Into good market to pay any attention
to tbe gentlemen who make a specialty
Thi southern state are given Urge
representation la the expedition to Porto
Rico, so lbs eritlos who asserted that pot
ltlos was entttng figure in the choice
of regiments for tbe front are once more
Ovid roaatf la l. rniuppiM laiaafl.
Thi Cuban Junta advise no man to go) On Mindanao, one of the Philippine
ta Cuba at this tlma nnleaa he la Diovlded Islands, gold Is fouud In the river beds.
-tk .t it i nnn u.n .t, . tw. but owing to the primitive conditions
rr .". " prevailing there It Is not known no
With the ad
China has lost much money and more
territory paid out In Indemnities. The
three war with Great Britain of 1840,
1857 and 110 lost to her Hong Kong,
cost an indemnity of 135,000,000 and
opened several port to trail.
now seeking work wlU Bud 11 Impossible
to live unless food I given them by the
Thi per capita circulation of the
United Bute In Jane, 1816, the date of
Bryan' nomination, waa $21.16. On
July 1, IHun, It was $24.74, and the re
publican party Intend that tt shall go
Thi period within which annual work
I required on an unpatented mining
claim begins on the first day of January
succeeding the date of location. Any one
loeellue: a claim since January 1, I8W,
baa legally till December 31, lew, to do
the requisite ftlOu worth of work.
t - -. -- -
Thi stock of gold In the treasury on
Auguitt 1, 1 W8, wan 1223,188,393, including
that held to seenre payment of outstand
ing gold certificate.' A considerable por
tion of this gold 1 In uncoined bullion,
and the director of the mint ha asked for
an appropriation to pay fur lu euluage.
PM8IDINT Palma, of the Cuban Junta
at New York, ha made a suggestion that
wlU meet with the approval of this coon
try. He ask that in th term of peace
with Spain a provision be lnaeited that
Madrid ordr the release of ail political
prisoner bald by Spain for participation
In the Insurrection.
rich these deposit are.
vance of civilization tbl matter will be
fully Inveetigated by shrewd prospector.
tfreat discoveries may be made, but no
dlNoovery was ever greater than Hoe-
tetter's Stomach Bitters, which clvlllia-
tlon long ago Inveetigated and found to
le all that u claimed for It. In case of
loss of appetite. Indigestion, biliousness
aud constipation It act In a truly won
derful manner. The bowels are made to
act mildly, the desire for food la In
creased, sour stomachs are sweetened,
and a healthy color Is given to the face.
A trial 1 reoommendeu.
The Kmmb War I
One reason for our success In ban! nee
I the fact that we close out, at the end
of each aeason, all good pertaining to
that time of the year regardlesa of for'
mer price. That I why we never nave
any old stock. See our II 76 and $175
shoes and our Uanan 3.75 shoe. They
are all bargains. Slmjn Btern, the Ball'
road avenue olothler.
ALONG THE STEEL RAILS.
tatrit Item f Railroad latere! Csth
re4 from ear Exchisgcl.
WHAT TH IXrLOTM All BOIXO.
New water tank are being erected at
Selden and Hatch by the railroad com
pany. C. C. Rverhart left Las Vegas for Trini
dad, where he will enter the employ of
the Paula F company.
Engine 901, of the Waldo coal run,
hav'ng had some change made, Is ready
fo service, engine 902 temporarily taking
Knglneer A. B. Moore, who was recently
hurt while sanding his engine at Lamy,
le reported a doing well at the La Vegas
Knglneer George Wheat has been tem
porarily on the wltoh engine In the Los
Vega yards, th past two day bas added
bl name to the alck list.
Sixty mile of 61-pound steel rait will
be laid this summer from near Los Lnn
southward. Jiast year similar Iron was
laid from this elty to Los Lnnaa
The big Baldwin engines on the Bio
Grande division are to be replaced by en-
glues whose tonnage and capacity will
be a bappy medium between the dwarf
Knglneer Dan Scully, who has been
running out of Presoott, has arrived at
Lot Vega on a vlelt to hi mother. After
visiting a few days at that city, he will
go to Omaha, Neb.
Machinlrtt Apprentice Andrew Jolly
met with a painful accident at Baton.
While getting off train No. 12 be acci
dentally stepped on a loose rail lying by
the side of the track, eauslug It to turn
over on his foot. Four toe were mashed,
one so badly that It bad to be amputated.
Tbe report of the Chicago & North
western road for tbe fiscal year ending
May 31st last, shows a gain over the pre
ceding year of lo.ooo.ooo in grows earn
ings aud three and a third million In
net earnings. The road was able to pay
3,500,000 In dividend and carry nearly
$'2,600,000 to the surplus account.
The report received from 02 roads.
with mileage of 158,000 miles, show
that their grosa receipt for the tint six
month of 18U8 exceed by (57,500,000
their receipt for th same months In
1HU7. It la believed that when all the
road are beard from tbe gain In gross
receipt will be about tlo.000.000.
In the wreck of the Southern Pacific
pay car near Benson on Sunday the Ore-
man, A. J. Taylor, was killed. Tbe un
fortunate fireman we pinioned under
the wreck and burned to a crisp. Kngl
neer Walker was scalded and Conductor
Crowder suffered Internal Injuries. The
money box of the pay ear, eontaiuliig
$40,000, was recovered before the ear
The Bante F ha adopted a new and
larger journal on freight cars, and the
old site wheels are being used for repair
work, while all new work I being fitted
wltb Journals 4x7. On th heavy pas
senger ear new Journals wsre adopted as
a precautionary measure. Those wonld
be expected to be heavy enough, but
heavier ones would be much stronger
and they were adopted.
The railroad cannot fare badly with
out the country feeling It. So much
capital U Invested In them In the expec
tation of a profit, so many men are em
ployed by them nearly a million now
and they are each extensive consumer
In certain kind of products that when
the earning of the road fall off mater
ially the community suffer. Investor
are loners. Kmploye are dismissed or
their wage cut down. There l lees de
mand for the product of the steel
mill. When iprosperlty returns to tbe
road capital and labor feel the difference.
The United State weather bureau Is
about to make th experiment of follow
lag the course of storm and cold waves,
from the Bocky mountain to th Alle
ghaaloa, at an altitude of a mil "from
the earth's surface. This 1 to be accom
plished by meau of a aerie of fifteen or
tweuty high-level observing station.
Albiaui the business Invasion of Cuba
ha begun. Tbe first American baslnes
concern to operate In the lelaudi la the
Southern Kipree company, which bas
opened an ollloe lu Santiago, and 1 for
warding aud receiving article with
such prouiplnea aud dispatch as baa
never before been witnessed In th An
tilles. Thi war loan 1 making the govern
ment some trouble. The number of sub-
aoriber. which last week wa Calculated
at about 800,000, I now fouud to be more
than 800,000, nearly all of whom propose
to pay cash tor their bond on delivery.
This, the government fear, will with
draw too much money from circulation.
to be bold In the vault of the treasury
nntll it la needed for war purpose and
can be again put oat to reach the band
of th people.
Th bureau of statlstlo has completed
It report of our foreign commerce for
th last fiscal year and the detail are
most Interesting and euoouraglug. It
shows a great Increase In export and a
decided falling away In Import, particu
larly of manufactured good which fell
from $124,375,126 lu 1897 and $145174,'
039 In ltftd, . to $2,570,o87 In 181
article of food and Uv animal fell
from (i44,loo,l97 in 1897 and $37,016,
046 in 18M), to $181,480,011 In 1898, while
"article of voluutary use, luxuries, etc,
fell from $83,098,970 In 1897 and $93,
823.164 In 1894, to $77 402.5(11 In 1898.
These figures speak for themaelre.
Tbey tell the story of republican state
uanshlp. They Indicate the significant
A Marrow Bmp.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada K.
Hart of (iroton, 8. U.: "Was taken wltb
a bad cold which settlrd on my lungs:
cougn set in ana nnauy terminated in
eousu motion, rour doctors gave me up.
aaylog I could live but a short time. 1
gave myself op to my Savior, determined
If I could not stay with my fneud on
earth, I would meet my absent ones
above. My hunband was advised to get
Dr. King's New Discovery, tor Consump
tion, Coughs aud Colds. I gave It a trial,
took In all eight bottles. It baa cured
me, and thank (iod I am saved and now
a well and healthy wnoiau." Trial bot
tles free at J. 1L O'Klelly A Go 's drug
Regular six8 50e and $1. Guaranteed
or price refunded.
Woodmaa t the World.
at Pythian hall at It
orlik. All mem- .
bers earnestly re-
queeted to be pre-,
eeut. Visiting sov-.l
ereigns cordially ln-
J. W. Anukrhon.
I. K. Puiui'fo, Clerk.
TERRITORIAL SOrRBHB C0RRT.
The Phoenix Herald of Ang. S says
"Bishop Kendrlck and Mrs. Kendrlck
leave thi evening for Albuuueruue.
here they will be Joined by their
daughter, who Is now In the City of
Mexico, when Mrs. and Mis Kendrlck
will proceed to Ohio on a visit to last
some mouths. Bishop Kendrlck will
return and go over to Oceanstde, Cali
fornia, where be has a cottage, to re
main a few weeks, till the heated term
hs Broken np aud makes work more
William Karr, proprietor of Kerr's
meat market on south Second street, ha
returned from a purchasing trip to the
Salt river valley of Arltona.
Combining business wltb pleasure, Mr.
and Mrs. Balph Halloran left for New
York last eveulng. They will be absent
Dr. Francis Croeean, who was at th
Jemet hot springs th pant two weeks,
returned to the city late yesterday after
J A. Skluuer, the Highland grocer, who
has been suffering from an aethmatlc at
tack, is now able to attend to buslues
Judge li. B. Hamilton and wife, of So
eorro, are now on a visit to th Sacra
mento mountain cf Don Ana county,
Cases Argued and Submitted Judgment
of Lower Court Afflrmtd.
Tbe territorial supreme court met
Wednesday morning at the usual time,
with all members of the bench present.
Case No. 72 1, Denver & Bio Grande Hall
road company, plaintiff In error, vs. United
States, defendant In error, error from
First Judicial district, argued and sub
mitted. Woloott & Valle and K. L. Bart
lett for plaintiff, W. B. Chllder and A. A.
Jones for defendant
Case No. 731, United State, plaintiff In
error, vs. Denver A Bio Grande Kallroad
company, defendant In error, error to
First judicial district court, argued and
submitted. A. A. Jones for plaintiff, and
Woloott A Valle and K. L. Bartlett for
Case No 735, Price A Walker, plaintiffs
In error, vs. W. U. Weed et al , defendant
In error, error to district court of Lincoln
county, argued and submitted, H, B.
Fergusson for plaintiffs, aud G. W. Prlob
ard for defendant.
In case No. 700, Juo. D. Weems, plain.
tiff In error, v. Hubert Mllliken, de
fendant In error, error to district court
of Grant county, the judgmeut of the
lower court wa affirmed, graining $SI8.-
30 to Mllllkln. J. A. Anclieta for plain
In cane No. 772, James N. Upton,
plaintiff In error, vs. Burn, Walker A
Co., defendant In error, error to the
district court of Grant county, K. A.
Flske entered appearance for the plain'
tiff wltb J. 8. Fielder and the motion to
file assignment of error wa granted.
In ease No. 803, territory of New Msx
loo, appellee, vs. Tom as Archibrque and
Alberto Cevado, appellant, appeal from
Bernalillo county, the motion for a rule
on the clerk of tbe second district to
send np a transcript ot the record was
granted. IL B. Moor for the appellant,
F. W. Clancy for the clerk ot tbe second
Ing. 8; days. Jail sentences, 491; year,
penitentiary sentence, 12; fine and
e iet a isewed, $1.10673. Th arrests
Include track obstruction, station rob
bery, aneaultlng employes, robbing pas
sengers, car robbery, braw stf allng, coal
stealing, trespassing and VAge, Jumping
trains, tie stealing, petit stealing, drunk
and disorderly, theft ot company ma
terial, breaking seals, Interfering with
switch, robbing Journal boxes and mis
representation. Rarkloa's AraMa Salvo.
Th beet salve In the world for Cats,
Brnlses, Soren, I'leorm, Halt Khenm, Fever
Horee, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corn, and all Hkln Kruptlons, and poei
tlvely cure Piles, or no pay required.
It I guaranteed to give perfect estixf ac
tion or money refnnded. Price 25 cent
per box. For sale by J. II. O'Kellly A
Afro-Americans 0bcrv the Grttt Event
Wltb Speech and Song.
The Afro-American of Albnqnerqne
celebrated the emancipation of their race
last night at the A. M. K. church with
speech and song. Commencing at 6 p.
nu sunprr was served until late In the
evening. The yard ontelde of the chnreh
was beautifully Illuminated with Japan
eee lanterns, while the interior ot the
church was handsomely decorated with
Datlonal colors. The program of the
evening wa carried ont on a platform
erected outside of the church. Bev. J.
Allen acted as mauler of ceremonies and
C. C. Crocktt was the orator of the even
ing, delivering a stirring and eloquent
Hon. R. 8. R dey opened hi address
with a tumorous story or two suggested
by Rev. Allen's story of the fugitive
sieve's txt of "Now you see me, and yet
In a little while you see me not," and
continued: "It Is rl lit and proper that
you should celebrate Kmanclpallon day.
From the first of theee days In your his
tory date the birth ot your legal free
dom, aud ever since you have at leant the
right to try and place yourselves where
your capacities and talents entitle yoo to
be; and I want to say right her, that I
do not think history show a parallel to
the progress yon have made In these few
years, under such trying circumstances.
You are fast showing th world that,
prejudice aside, the black man I any
body's equal, both physically and men
tally. There Is yet an antagonism between
the race. Then go on educating your
selves and your children. Have high
Ideals, and your progress will be faster.
Brains and energy are what count. Get
out of the rut ot servitude. Try and en
gage In Independent employment. G. t
farms, start small manufacturing basl
nes, do anything exoept this continual
working for some one else. Have self
reliance, and then whenever you are In
tellectually superior to those around you.
you will know It, aud they will know It.
The man with the anperlor brain I
higher than a king, though be serves
him a hi slave and the king know It.
Iearn trade where you can work alone
and make an Independent living. Fix
It so that the whit men will have to
come among yon aod not you among
the white men. Take op land and
make farm for yourselves. Band to
gether and form small manufacturing
communities. Take advantage of every
chance to educate yourselves and yonr
children, and that will solve the problem
for you. It 1 no easy matter. White
Industrial slavery Is a bad a your. Be
respectable; strike tor high Ideal. So
conduct yoorselvea that to mention a
crap game, a raxor, a watermelon or a
chicken won't be a suggestion of a negro
Go Into the mining camps aud take np
mine. Keep barber shops, restaurant.
stores or anything rather than be eter
naliy servants. Dou't be afraid of hon
est labor, but try to work, so as to make
yourselves happier, and not be the sub
ject ot an) body's sneers.
The negro is all right: tthat an op
timist he is. Us Is as light hearted a a
child. His soul Is wreathed in song
There Is music In bis very manner, and
melody In bis motion. Drop suddenly In
on oue of bis picnic or his dances; see
the boys and girls and the plckanlulee
dance to the rythmic clapping of the sit
ters' hand and the melodious pinky
pluuky panky of the banjo, while the
clean-aproned mammies and the frlxxle
headed uncle seated around the room
look approvingly on, and carry about
them an air of venerable respectability,
and It you dou't feel the better for It,
then you are a chroule dyspeptic. I'd
rather have the disposition of a happy
negro, than all the gold of Ophlr aud
Hon. T. N. Wllkerson followed Mr. Rod
ney. In opening he gave an account ot
his early life among the negroea aud re
lated many amusing reminiscence. Then
he opeued np aud In a very forcible and
decidedly eloquent runnier pictured the
negro situatlou general lr, and tor tweuty
minutes held the audlenc to the closest
attention and received well-merited ap
The oration, "TouNelant L'O vert ore'
Wendell Phillips, by Mrs. Kva Buckner,
Mrs. L. 8. Black read the emancipation
proclamation by the Immortal Llucoln.
The recttatlous by Chauuoey Bumtord
and Gary Buckner were well rendered
The choir sang "Marching Through
Georgia and "America In a manner
hlcb stirred every heart-string wltb
The emancipation celebration of 1898
was a grand success lu every way, aud
reflect credit on every one who had any
thing to do with tt.
Donahoe Hardware Co.
CORNER RAILROAD AVENUE AND THIRD STREET.
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THE GREAT MAJESTIC
We Carry the Largest Line of Steel Ranges In
Ho I for
I Kndorard bv
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER,
Agent (or Nw Mxico.
Also Agent for th best BUILDING and LOAN AB80CIATI0N,
RT JCK KOH SAI.K. MONKY TO LOAN.
Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1897. . .$95 l,10S,837.OO
New Assurance written in 1897 10,5,U3.O)
Proposals for Assurance Examined and Declined 2 1,40 1 ,973.00
Aesets, December 31, 1897
Reserve on all existing Polii les (4 per cent
standard) and all other liabilities
Surplus, 4 per cent standard. . . .
'aid Policy Holder! in 1897...,
Ta Cleaa tbs Bjttm
Kffeotaally yet gently, when costive or
bilious, to permanently overcome habit
ual constlpatlou, to awaken th kidney
aud liver to a bealthy activity, without
irritating or weakeolug them, to diepel
headaches, cold or fevers, us Hyrnp of
rigs, made by th California Klg Byrup
apaeUU Scrvles sUiwrt.
John J. Kluney, superintendent of the
special service of the Atchlaon, Topeka
X Bauta e railway, baa submitted the
following statement ot arrest aud con
victions for the quarter ending June 90,
Number of arrest, 147; number of
convictions, 13U; number of case pend-
T. B. Watt. Indianapolis, lud ; Job
Carroll. I'Aorla, 111.; Irving J. Mitchell
Lo Angeles; K.tHauley, Chicago; C.baca,
Hocorro; M. 8. Hatleld, Colorado Hprlugs,
Loio.; j. f. ruriey, unicago; James 11
Armstrong, Bt. Louis; J. 1). Oke, Chi
cago; August Heiugardt, Ulllboro; Law
reuoe w. yiiiuian, nagHiati, a. 1.
Rev. J. U. Kendrlck, Mrs. Sarah II. Ken
drlck. Phoeuiz, A. T.; Velli Andrews
Kansas City; Jas. (i. Kreeman. I ah Cru
ces; U. at. Uontellui, Deliver 1 C. Dodnon,
KlrkHvllle.Uo.; O.K. Unborn, Bt. Louis.
J. J. O'Douuell, Denver; C. U. Yerkea,
Bt. Paul; T. U. Uiilette, Las Vegas; C. A.
Mullally, Los Angeles; C. ( VYordeu,
Wluelow; U. Iluulug, Bhow Uw,
Arlioua:W. U Beevert, Newton, Kan;
tieorge, Ltixle aud Kdlth Irwiu, Kanka
HOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL rOR
SANTA FE, UIKL8 AND YOUNO LADIKS
romiirrTiD av tbi
BISTERS OP1 LORETTO.
Th 4-fit.h Academic Term Will Open Monday, Sept 5th, 1898.
Thifl Ariilpmv lj ttnat1 In mnet Hlrahl Irtratlnn In that fit mt Inn nnt ... 1. k..l.ki..l
and furrrrahle climate. The tmilitina ( furnlnheti IhroutfUoul with modern convenient:, in.
tiding fleam he tit, hot and cold water, batha, Ac.
Thi rnnra fif I f t avrri wt Ii in rum nriao avsrv lirsnch rnntrlhutlnai i m !kwmis flJ
mathm. Miiilc and Art receive peclal attentiuu.
rut t HOBfiLTii, auatesa, SISTER SUPERIOR.
Of the United States.
J t A "RaTyi1 t37Mo8t Insurance In Force.
STRONGEST "Larnwt surplus.
my.QT1 Pays Death Claim) Prompter.
Pays Larger Dividends, ($1,000,000
more during last live years.) Issues Better Policies.
WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager,
NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT,
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen mile! east of Albuqut-rque, N. M.
Open A-ll the Year.
Good accomodation! at reasonable rates. The following is the
aoalysi of one of the various springs at the Resort:
oodium chloride, grains per gallon 1937
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Water delivered in the city, Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the spring every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
F1lXX2 Bl HAOH "VV.Zia.T2r.
Order slaie at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
II. G. WHITCOMB, Proprietor.
ill Mi lit
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evcrrbody who cares to
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Diseases or aitlictiont will
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FREE OF CHARGE.
This offer is made in ordtr to
Introduce our ocw method of treat
bit aod curing both Acute and
Chronic diieuei, alo all private
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LOSE OK RISK.
Letters strictly confidential.
Address, DOCTOR KEITH,
Port Ortlc Bo 1 No. so.
July si. -"ir 1
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WASTED, FOR SALE, KENT AND LOST
Natlre wins, pore and healthfuL at
only BO esnta a Ration at C. A. Grande's
aub north Broadway.
Kasldsne lot on th Highlands (or
sale cheap; adjoining property ot J. 8
Heaven. Inquire til south Arno.
A floe assortment of new furnltore
only, at &6 south first street, eheap (or
easn or installment, w. v. r aireiie.
For sale Boiler and engine, 4-hors
Dower, and 4-bors oower rear, wlin
other machinery, at a bargain. Address
John Nowlander, No. 401 south First
To Rnt-4 room bona and alfalfa. W
To Kent Furniture and household
goods. W. V. Futrelle.
For Keut-Fnrnlshed room, wltb or
without board. No. 41U west Lead av.
For Rent Room (nrnlshed and on
furnished, also light bouse keeping. W
For Hem New three-room cottage on
North Fifth street. Apply 602 North
For Rent Hons of (our rooms, fur
nlshed, lor light housekeeping. Apply
lo M. L. Uedler, Cromwell block.
Lost. A black silk umbrella. Leave
It at this office and receive reward.
Lee Wing Bros.
Por n.arly tw.lv. y.ars Dr. Lm Wing liu
bien an hnnurrd rrtldrnt it lrnver and tiu
been permitted by tbe .killful ute ot tlie world
To brlntf lir.ltli and hipplneM to the ttioiie.
and. ot the illicted who had almott given up
biprol ever being cured. Ills grateful p
tirnt. r. found In nearly every Mule In the
I'nlon, hi. meditlnr. teing KUt everywhere
by mallor eiprrn. There It Karcely a kno'
diMra e which ihr.e miirveloui remedies Witt
not cure, but they are eaurclally valuable In
chruulc diaraaee of alt klnda, female com
plalnu. nervtua debility, lieart dlacaae, atom
ath trouble, tape worm, rheumatism, blood
polaon. aemliial weaknro, .yphili. and all
riual and pr.vate diaraaea.
Theas famous medtclnee can be had from
the only Amrrlcau as ecu,
LEE WING BROS.
The renowned Chlnrae apeclallata, 1B80 I.arl
mer Mreet, Denver, Consultation free. If you
cannot call, write, Inclosing stamp for circular,
and question blank. A cure guaranteed or
BeaaoB. Why Chaiuberlala'aColle. Cholera
and LtlarrhiM Heinedy Is aha Iteet.
1. Because It affords almost Instant re
lief In case of pain In the stomach, colic
and cholera morbus.
1 Because tt 1 the only remedy that
never falls Id the most aerere eaaeeof
dysentery and diarrhoea.
it. Hecause is me oniy remeay vnat
will cure chronic diarrhoea.
4. Because It le th only remedy that
will prevent bilious colic
0. rtecauxe 11 is me oniy remeay mat
will cure eDldemlRal dysentery.
e. uecause 11 is me oniy remeay mat
can always be depended upon la eases ot
7. BeraiiH It Is th most prompt and
most reliable medicine la use for bowel
8. Heeause It prod urea no Dad result,
. Because It la pleasant and safe to
10. Because It bas aaved tbe Uvea of
more people than any other medicine In
Tbe 'io and DO-cent tlzos for sale by all
Oermaai and Spanish.
For lesson in these languages apply
at WIS south Third street.
Ladles', UIhhah' aud children's muslin
and Cambric underwear now on siwcial
sale at Uolden Uule lry Quota Company
! iusja rimf
Jorej HMdsMitit 4
i BMMMAl vl
ot ttMitu. Thi
hm bo ewub dy Mrs
!. run, w. M.u .!. frM. .r rll MS foe
a si a aieu. If. autAsaO CO.Paiia,Pa.
Santa Ke routedining ears are equipped
wltb eleotrle fan.
EUarftla Vour Htfw.l. With 1'a.ear.la
r'undy rattiarttc. cure rotialtpattoo tnrev.r.
iuo.udo 11 u. u. ran, arueeiBiareruua atuoe'
Snap Shots Wlih a Uraphophoaa.
The Oraphophone Is to the ear what
the photographle camera 1 to the eye.
aud more, for the tiraphopheue eatohes
iustantlv aud preserves every tint and
shade of sound. A most Interesting use
ot a Uraphophoue Is to make records of
your friends voices to De preserved lor
future use. You can catch the story of
votir lolly (rlend just a he told It, or the
favorite song of some loved one Just a
she sans It. and have 11 reproauced par
fectly at any time and a often as yoo
pleae. Besides tbe (Jraphophone affords
wouderful entertainment lu the way of
reproducing the musle ot bands, orclies
tras, or vocal or instrumeutal soloist.
No Investment will return so much I
pleasure as the purchase of a Urapbo
phone. It Is the perfect talking ma
ohlue. Write for Catalogue No. SO.
the Columbia 1'honograph Company, No,
TiWiz uuve street, bi. Louis, mo.
Read every line of the new advertise
ment on the fourth page, ot the Uolden
Kule Dry Uootl eompauy. It will Inter
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co,
Santa Fo, Now Mexico.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 1.
For Particulars Apply to
JOHNSTON & MOOltE'S
Famous Stages Leave
EYERY TDESDAY MORNING
tSTTor the Resort.
Livery Feed and. Sale Stable.
H CK4 to any part of th city (or only Ztto.
Old Telephone No 0. New Telephone No. 114
COPPER AYEIUB, Bel Second tad THIrd Sti
Academy of "Our Lady of Light"
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUR, GRAIN &
PROVISIONS. -:staplb : groceries:
Oar lot a RoMlaltv.
Te he toaa Soalhwos.
Farm and Freight Wagons !
RAILROAD AVENUE. t I : ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
I,,, -it, 1 1 a, il Hoi, Cm id
ayla8toek MU MIIU. IV
First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque
A complete Stock of the
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Lace Shoes of All
Good Goods at Low Prices.
118 Railroad Avenue. Albuqueroue, N. M.
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. CURE CONSTIPATION
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io afy.f. . uvea"
25c 50c 111 1 Hi
Call at Headquarters for
Leather, Harneaa, garldlee, Badillery,
Batldler Hardware, Cut Sole. 8 hoe
NalU, Hamee. Chains, Whip. Collar,
Sweat Fads, Cantor OIL Axle Greaee,
Boeton Coach Oil, Unto Negro, Rudily
Harvester Oil, NeabtfootOll, Lard Oil,
Harnees Oil, Llnarwd OU.Caetlle Soap,
Harneaa Hoap, Carriage Bponge
Ctiamul Skin, Hor Medicine.
Prloo tlia Zjoweat.
Hlgheet Market Price Paid fur Hldee
Thos. F. Kolohor,
406 Railroad Av Atbu4utra.ua.
BALUNO BH08., raeraiaeua.
Wedding CakeT a Specialt j !
W Da. Ira Patronage, and we
Gnarantae lirt-01aaa Baking .
Talaaraph ordanaollclted aod Promptly PUlaS
JACOB KOliBEB & CO
ataanractafw of and Daalat
Tbe Baat Baaiara-llad f thiol.
Pine Boree-ShoelBc a Specialty.
rUtla faction Onaraatd la All Work
Rapavlrlnf, Palntlnff aal Trimmlne;
Don on Hhort Notlo. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Shop, CerBir Copper It, ul rint It,
avuiosaaeva. If. M
Buy or SclL
BOO OOIjD AVH.
Hare yoo seen the new military button
belt at the KooAooiUitr