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THti DAILY CITIZEN
HI HHKH A Vn KKNHT. P17RI.IPHIH8
THna. Ui'HHbi KJltor
W. T. Vo'hF-inHT. Una. ItgT and City Kd
ruHi.iMHKi na.u. am wiraii,
Anrlatd Prsss Aflornoon Tslsfrrams.
OlUftal Paper of Bernalillo Conn tr.
I.argml City unit County Circulation
Tha iJtrgrwt Now Mnaleo Circulation
Last-ant North Arlanna Circulation
ALHl'Ql'KRQI K. AI OC8T 10, H!iS
What baa Delegate
for New kleilcof
Thi mal!pox pt la disappearing In
tbl territory, and will be entirely wiped
ont tula mouth.
Spain la actually trying to demand
peace condition That country need to
be whipped more thoroughly.
The democratic paper are walling
over the dim war record of the redoubt
able wind warrior, Col. W. i. Bryan.
TBI democratic party will pat la It
time the next tea year objecting to the
progreaa of the couutry under republl
Thi estimate of the cost of the war
now have been reduced to (3HO,0iXi,0tX),
ttr leaving a liberal margin for taking
ear of It results.
Tbinidid, CoL, now haa two excelleut
daily newspapers. A few week ago the
town had fonr paper, and the big Im
provemeot waa made by consolidation.
It la t remarkable fact that fcpaln baa
no American prisoner to exchange for
the several thousand Spanish prisoners
captured by the American army and
Thkrb were very few failures last
month, and alnee the war began the tall
nrea In manufacturing and trading have
mounted to only ttO.000 more than last
Thi man who know exactly bow and
why yellow fever got Into Gen. Shatter'
army, and bow It could have been kept
out, la bobbing np In every direction, and
la getting little tiresome,
Gin. alKHUtrr and the gaUant volun
teer under him at Manila repulsed
desperate charge on their line and won
Ignal victory. The American soldier
have won great credit In the war with
Thk revenue produced by the war tax
approximates 11,000,000 dally. This la
aid to be greatly In excess of the ex
pectation ot the trainer of the law. It
1 probable that certain features ot the
law will be allowed to stand even after
we have returned to peace basis.
Thi mention of Hon. Geo. W. Prlch
ard tor congressional dttlegats la not
satisfactory to the democratic press.
Mr. Prlchard la the peer In Intelligence
and ability ot auy democrat In the New
Mexico, and he certainly can be favor
ably compared with Mr. Kerguaaon. If
Mr. Prlchard la nominated by the re
publican territorial convention he will
L'ndsb the law which took effect July
1, no matter can be forwarded from one
place to another It the person to whom It
la addressed has moved, without the post
age belug prepaid, unless it I Qrst-class
matter, letters or postals, or matter on
which flrst-class postage has been paid,
aua inese can do rorwaraed a half
dozen times If ueceeeary. It would be
well tor person who mall photographs
ml other small articles of value, to re
member this, and pay Brat class postage,
as in mm case tne article will be re
turned to them with no extra charge, or
sent on to the addressee's last known
pus lo tli lie address.
tKLIllI ruH ALL.
The regular army haa performed val
iant aervlo In the war with Spain. It
has borne the brunt of the struggls be
cause those lu command placed It where
the struggle would be fiercest.
That was wise action. Though many
recruits have Joined the regulars eluc
April, they were supported by old sol
dlers who had been under firs and had
goue through many trylug and exhaust
ing Indian cauipaigu. They gav itead
lness to the whole command.
Ths American people are proud of the
regulars. They are reeogulxsd as the
flower of the army nd as the very best
soldier In the world. The newspaper
press, nialuly from stats pride and for
affection for Its own troops, has seemed
to pay mors attention arid to give mors
credit to the volunteer than to ths reg
ulars. This, ws are sure, was not for the
purpose of disparaging the regular it
was simply manifestation ot local sen
SPAIN'S 1.11 1 LB SLIMCI.
Ths real uams of ths little king of
Spain Is catalogue of lost empire, and
after ths treaty of peace will again need
repairs. HI official title Is Alfonso Leo
Ferdinand Maria James Isidore Pascal
Autoulo, king of Spain, of Castile, of
Leon, of Aragun, of the two Sicilies, of
Jerusalem, of Navarre, ot Granada, of To
ledo, of Valencia, of Uallcia, of Majorca,
ot Minorca, ot Seville, of Cardeua, of Cor
dova, of Corcega. ot Murcla, of Jean, of
Algarvs, ot Algetlras, of Gibraltar, of the
In demand lo
Panaris, of ths Knt snd Wmt Indie, of
Iri'lln unit His nrnin r mtlnont, sroh-
i'. i '.1 A i- i m, sik of H ii r r t inf v. of
hi; nit h.i.I n( ii!:ui,i'. lint at lU(il nr,
of I" l.iiil-t. of T)n mil of HarCflnun,
ill It nil of H -im urn) Molina
IlKSr.Kt I.S A MOMMF.NT.
Tli? Lot Aug!"" Times say. that Dow
tliit mnt Ik over, Arliina owe. It to lir-r-eelf
tht Hie remains of Copt. W llllBin
ll N -ill ( -.h.-tl "Hin k )" In tln rmllUr
hMim nt n lU.nliiK C.iiiui) (in brollKlit
Imrk lo Um Uiii! IiiTi lilt fmnlly live
ml glfu a pulilic film riil as a wlmle.
miiiiK Ikooii t liii yoiiih of tliut rmliryo
swi. .Never mi nil tiHt hi life was
Ills death hh tli it nt a hero, ami heroes
are not boru err day. W t.eihsr a pub
lic moiiunieut la not an extravagant tes
timonial, ve do not pretend to saj, hut
ait will agree Willi n that If over a man
dHwxrvfd military funeral In all Arl
una, CapL "Hucaej" O'Neill wm that
I I malty or OKbaTNr.Ha.
"I wish people would quit following
round after rue and would leave nis
alone. It Ih highly emtiarramliiK and I
am getting heartily tired of It. 1 would
rather face the enemy than to meet my
Ho said our latent national hero, young
tiotmin the other day after escaping from
mob of lion hunter at Long Beach, L I.
A thousand stranger had ehakeo hand
with til in. one Impreeelonable young
woman had embraced hi in In full view of
rheerlng niultitmle, another had Belied
him to kiee her, and he had written his
autograph eteadlly for two hour. Then
be rebelled and fled.
r CAI-ITA IKITLATION.
The amount of money In circulation
In the l ulled Slate on July 1. 18U8. wa
tl.M3.435.'l, against il,ft4!.028,24B on
July 1, 1W7. The proportion of gold haa
also Increased, the amount lu circulation
being I'ViO.yuU.SlO thi year, oonslder-
die gain over $51U,146.r74, the amount
current year ago. The treasury depart
ment estimate the population of the
United State to have been "4,022,000 on
July 1, 1WH, and 72,937,000 year pre
vious ; hence the circulation ha In
creased not only In aggregate but per
capita, the amount having risen from
$2A67 to $24 74.
C IT HAN INSl'KUKNTS.
The Insurgent party of Cub hold but
email minority of the Island people
whom the United State declared free
and Independent. K-itliiiatlng the adult
male censu at 2i!O,0tiO and the atrength
of the Insurgent force at 10,000 which
la military showing some 4,000 In ex-
ceea of any that the American lntelll
gnnce bureau ha been able to verify It
la judged that the numerical strength of
the patriot cause Is about 60,000 men,
women and children out of a total popu
latlon of 1,000,000 at the beginning of
the revolt and I.HOO.OOO now.
Befohi the people of Gallup get too
excited about smallpox and begin to
quarantine against others, an lnveetlga
tlon ihould be mads of the exaggerated
reports In circulation. There are few
cases of smallpox In Ihs villages adja
cent to thl city, but they are not serious,
aud ths pest la now under control In thl
Thi Socorro Advertiser give credence
to a rumor that nineteen death have
occurred in Albuquerque from smallpox
There Is no truth lu the report No death
from smallpox has occurred lu Albu
querque this year.
Got Oth ko has goue to Washington
on official bunlues.
MmW lha Hlaull.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysvllle, Texas,
has touud more valuable discovery than
has yet been made In the Klondike. Kor
year he fluttered untold agony from con
sumption, accompanied by hemorrhages;
and was absolutely cured by i r. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, lie declare that gold Is ot
little value In comparison with thl
marvelous cure; would have It, aven It It
cost 100 bottle. Asthma, bronchitis
aud all throat and lung affections are
poMitlvelv cured by Dr. King's New Dls
covery for Consumption. Trial bottles
free at J. H. u iteiuy & t)o s drug store.
Kegular lte 60 cents and (1. Guaran
teed to cure or price refunded.
Cheap HatM to Cincinnati.
For the meetlug of the G. A. 11. tickets
will be sold on September 1 aud 2 to
Cincinnati and return for $15.10. They
will be good for return until September
13, which limit may be extend until
October I, IH'.ih. They will be tor con
tinuous passage only lu both directions
W. B. Tbill.
Bwar ol Olntawnla for Catarrh that Con
as mecury will surely destroy the sense
ot smell aud completely derange the
whole system when entering It through
the mucous surfaces. Huch articles
should never be used except ou prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do I ten fold to the
food you can possibly derive from them,
tail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K.
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O, contains no
mercury, aud Is taken Internally, acting
directly upou the blood aud mucous
surfaces of tliesystym. In buying Hull's
Catarrh Cure be surs you get the geuu
lue. It Is taken Internally aud Is made
in Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Cheuey A Co.
CsT'Sold by Druggists, price 75c per
Oarutaa and SunnUh.
Kor lesson In these languages
at 101M south Third street.
Eilurats tnul ItoweU Vi;li t Mrarta.
Cunil)' rnHuirllf. cur'' rntmr ijiut ion furemr
We, 2fo IfC.C.O full, UruKKmtsn-luiiil uiuue'
Although some of our shoe during the
Rale go at an actual loss, we consider It
business to so dispose of them aud avoid
accumulating old stock. See our wlu
dows Hi iium Htern, the Railroad ave
Turkish towels, llneu towels, table
lliieii. sheets, etc., at prices which ought
to make you lay lu supply, lloseu
Tit SakUlUr Bant aa ul kak1a a nam.
TtioutaniU ara 1ryla IU
In order to prove tlio great niarit of
Ely Crt-aia Jluliu, the most eliuotiv cur
(or Catarrh and t ol I in Head, e liv pro.
art'd a gi'iiuroiiti trial nizo for 10 cents.
(Jut it of your ili u(.'i-t or mud 10 tenia to
ELY UKOH., SO Warruu Hi., N. Y. City.
I aufTared from calurrll of tlio wnmt Viiut
ever siuoa a buy. and 1 nuver lnind (or
cure, but Ely's ('renin Jiitlm riotous to lo
even Unit, ii my ai'iiiaiiituiii bar umsiI
it with eioellmit rimulu. car Oatrutu,
43 Warreu At., Chirugo, liL
r.ly' Cream Ilalm I ths acVnowli did
eura (or oatarrb aud contain no coouiue,
mercury nor any iujurion drug. I'rica,
(0 sautav At drugg-int or Ij wail.
UPROVFflFNTS AT THE SHOPS
&4Lta fe PiKifl: Mik'nf Ii crxire
AdJI Ioas at Its Work.
IHTf ItVIFW WITH 6 W. 8MIIR. j
Any s--in who doe not feel optimistic ,
over t'ie future of Albuquerque, nr mho i
I not convinced that a period of biHnca ,
ritvivl has aires ly set In, will do well lo
pay a visit to In Hnuta Ke l',ieii)e nil-1
road shop aud witne the amount of
itk being dons, the Improvements being
mitile and ths new machinery that Is
being and ha already been put In during
the past few month at that grent center
la an Interview to day with G. W. Smith,
the efficient superintendent of iiMchiuery,
representative of Thi CitiKn gsthered
number of facts, past, present and
prospective, which cannot tail to be of
vital Interest to every resldeut of Alba
querqne. A $10,000 store house I to be erected
Immediately. It I to bs built ot stone
and will be ot the latest and most Im
proved design. The plan have already
been submitted, and a noon as they are
accepted the work on the building will
The contract has been let for station
ary boiler and compound duplex air com
pressor. Thi machine cost ahou f7,0(iO
and Is now on the way here from the
A new building Is to be erected at
once for titling up car wheels and all thi
work will be taken out of the machine
shops, thus making room for other ma
A new Ore proof pattern warehouse
til be built for the storing of pattern.
A two story building to be used for Ore
department headquarters will be put tip
In the very near future. The lower fl-sr
will bs used for storing the hose cart,
hook and ladder, firs buckets, etc. The
latest Improved fire alarm and signals
will also be put lu. The second fl xr will
be fitted up as a sleeping apartment and
six men will sleep there aud be always
on duty. They will work In the shop
during the day and sleep In the fire halt
The material I already on banl for
35-foot addition to the boiler shop, to bs
used for cleaning and welding flues,
building stack, ash pans and other sheet
A new Corliss stationary engine I now
being put np at the car shop, aud three
new machine are being put In In the
wood working department.
The track department ha received or
der to put In a narrow gauge track for
haudling and distributing material
through the repair track.
The company haa about completed
pneumatic motor to be attached to the
trausfer table to propel the table back
and forth In haudling engines, cars, etc.
There have been built three 172 hurse
power return flue sta'louary boilers tor
these shops, and two are being built ot
the same pattern for the shops at Ban
There have been recently received from
eastern manufacturers the following
new machines, which are now in opera'
tion: One large drill press, one 3rt Inch
planer, one fox lathe for turning brass
work, one turret lathe, one tool grinder,
which Is Intended to do all the grinding
ot tool for the entire shops, aud two 111-
Inch engine lathes.
There Is at present ordered the follow
ing new machinery, considerable ot
which Is now on the way here: One
72 Inch upright borlug machine fur bor
Ing and turning driving wheel tires, one
(SOUK) Inch plauer, costing 4,0O0 and
large enough for doing aud plaulug all
the work on the euglne cylinders, which
has heretofore been done In Topeka;
one 8 Inch spindle nut tap
ping machine, one double spindle
stsy bolt thread-cutting machine,
ons centering machine, one 4(lluch
radial drill, oue large combined power
punch and shears for cutting oft bar
iron, 2x0 Inches, and with sufficient
capacity to punch two-Inch hole
through an Inch and half Irou; one
large bolt-heading machine to make
bolts of sixes varying from one-halt inch
to two inches, inclusive; one large ex
haust fan tor conveying sawdust and
shavings from inachtnss In the mills to
the stationary boilers.
The new machine tools which already
been put in and those which soon will be
cost approximately (30,000, which, with
the other great Improvements mentioned
above, make a highly creditable showing
tor Superintendent Smith's adinlulstra
tlon ot affairs up to date.
Baeklaa'a Arnica Salv'a.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheuin. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Hklu Krupllons, aud posi
tively cures rues, or no pay required
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 2o cents
per (six. For sale by J. 11. 0'Unilly A
uo , vruggisia.
He It Tough Citizen With Very
Kjequiul Cano, recently discharged
from ths peuileutlary and who Is charged
with the murder of Lola Gallegos, au old
Mexican woman, was Interviewed by
representative of the New Mexican, aud
the following extracts ot the interview
is clipped from that paper:
r ixing bis shackles he climbed ou
box, crossed his leg and said;
"I as born In Bernalillo county, 1 am
;o years om; ail my umiiy ars alive ex
cept my father. 1 was married lu 1h.UI
to Lola Harvey, au American girl from
Kansas, hue got a divorce and Is now
lu Flagstaff, A. T. 1 worked for long
time with Kd. Dodd, the contractor at
Albuquerque. The llrst time 1 came to
the peuileutlary was for holding up au
Indian aud .taking $12 from him; for
this 1 got ous year. The second time
they claimed I rol 's-d live houses, and
had five ludictuieuts against me, so
pleaded guilty and got three years.
have only been out ot the oeuiteiitlarv
tit teen days ami now 1 am locked agalu;
isu t mat liaril tuckr "
besides being charged with murder,
Cano robbed the Wood residence, and he
hat confessed to this robbery. Ha denies
that he killed the woman.
Toco Valley Ho ad.
S. it. Ballard, chief engineer ot the
Pecos Valley railroad, cams lu yesterday
from Ituawell, N. M., eu route to A mar
lllo. The work ot building the longexteu
siou ot the road between the two places
named Is progressing rapidly. So far,
on the western end, the work Is oonQued
to grading. At the Auuulllo end about
ton mile of traf-k h been IsM. Near
Canyon City. In a cut on the thirteenth
mils, s.iiiirt very hr,i fork wn-i unexpect
ed y 'iu 'k, wh eh will caiio delay In
buililiiig or several days, a It ha lo he
blown out. It Is ex pee toil that the road
will be completed by January I. It will
open up a good and large section of
country which has long needed and
wanted a railroad.
Speaking of ths Pecos Valley Mr. Hal
lard ski. I Unit everything was flourish
ing there. In the northern pottni'i there
ha been enough min for crop lo do
well without Irrigation. Fort rorth
linlfl Fnnnri la the l'hlll,.ln tlanri,
Oil Mindanao, one of the Philippine
islam!, g"M is found in the river bisis,
hut owing to the primitive condition
prevailing there it Is not known how
rich tlieen rii poelt are. Vith the ad
vance of clviii.iitlon thi mutter will lie
fully investigated by shrewd prospector.
Great discoveries may be mads, but no
discovery was ever greater than I lis
tener's Stomach Bitter, which civiliza
tion long ago Investigated and found to
he all that is claimed for It. In case ot
loss of appetite, indigestion, biliousness
and constipation It acts In a truly won
derful manner. The bowels ars mails to
set mildly, the deslrs for food Is In
creased, sour stomach ar sweetened,
and a healthy color I given to the face.
A trial l recommended.
"TUB WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH."
Drala Shoots and Kill Jennie
Wilton st Wllllarm.
John Drain, one of ths old-timer and
man who hai hen-Mot stood well
with hi acquaintances, concluded to cel
ebrate last 8 ii n i Wy In the most approved
frontier fashlou; ronsrqnrntly he Oiled
upon whhky and visited ths place of
Jennie Wilson, a comely mulatto girl of
ths lower strata. Hut he was too hilari
ous for Jennie, and she, by the aid ot a
dangerous looking six shooter, persuaded
him to leave and defer hi visit till
more opportune time. Drain eontlnu d
drinking all day, and late In the evening
donned women's clothes aud paid a visit
to the different saloon ot the town,
Anally going back to the place of hi In
amorata. Thl time he carried Sharp's
rifle, and when the report of shot, fired
about 11:30, was heard, together with the
screams of the unfortunate girl, the
hastily gathered crowd knew It was
murder. The ball passed through the
middle of the girl's body and lodged In
the side ot a freight car standing on the
track about loo yards north of where ths
girl was standing.
Immediately after the shooting Drain
hid in room lu the rear of Clancy's
saloon, where he was found and placed
under arrest by Deputy Sheriff Buggeln.
The girl was carried to the private hoi-
pltal ot Dr. P. A. Mellck. where every
thing possible was dons by Drs. Mellck
and Kounseville for the poor unfortune,
who lingered for about thirty minutes
before shs died She gave considerable
money and much valuable Jewelry Into
the keeping of the doctor In the pouch
containing the jewel was found the
withered Index finger from some black
man's hand. It wn eruisime ami
ghastly relic, from which even 1lie hard
ened recoiled. A coroner's jury was em
paneled alsmt 4 a.m., which returned the
verdict that the deceased cams to her
death from gnu-shot wound at ths
hands of party or parties unknown.
Drain's preliminary bearing was held
before Judge Sauford on Monday after
noon, who bound the prisoner over to the
grand Jury, now iu session st Flagstaff.
The offense Is au unbailable ous, but It
Is presumed that old time friendship
caused ths Judge to place Drain's bond
at $3,ooo, aud as the prisoner could not
nils that amount he was taken to the
county jail at Flagstaff by Depnty Sheriff
Buggeln ou Monday evening William
Tha Keaaon Why I
One reason for our success In business
i the tact that we close out, at the end
of each season, all gisids perlalulng to
that lime of the year regardless ot for
mer prices. That Is why we never have
any old stock. See our $1 7A and $2 75
shoes aud our llanan $3 75 shoes. They
are all bargains, hiiiion Stern, the Kail
road avenue clothier.
AIIuiuaujUMna nl Saul P.
Krom the Nrw Mrikan,
Attorney 8. B. Gillett of Albuuuerane
Is In the city ou busluess before the su
Attorney K. W. D. Bryan of Albnousr-
qus Is here on business before the su
preme court. He Is at the Palace.
I'ulted States Attorney W. B. Chllders
of Albuquerque I back In the city again.
Miss h. F. Tease of Albuquerque Is
visltlug friends lu this city, bhe arrived
here Hatunlay evening aud registered at
II. J. Kmerson of Albuquerque, who
is ths assistant cashier ot tha Commer
cial bank In that city, is here to speud
the week with his wife and two children.
They are at the Kichange.
Judge J. W, Crtimpacker and Attorney
K. W, Dobson of Albuquerque are again
lu the city, They make the Palace their
headquarters while attending to their re
spective duties iu ths supreme court
btrong, steady nerves
Are needed for success
Depend simply, solely,
Upon the blood.
Pure, rich, nourishing
Wood feeds the nerves
And makes them strong.
The great nerve tonic is
Ltecause it makes
The blood rich and
Pure, giving it power
To feed the nerves.
! food's Sarsaparilla
And all forms of
K. ol I'.
Mlnerul Lodge No. 4
Knights of Pythias-All
' members are requested to bs
present at their Castle Hall
ou Gold avenue at 7 o'clock
J. F. t'KaKTK, C. C.
M. II. Sahin, K. ot H. & H.
Attend the sals of drummers' samples
at the Koouomlst.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
CORNRR RAILROAD AVLNLT. AMI TIIIRll STRICT.
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
- :. j-s in i it ill i m r
MUFZJ : lit
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
We Carry the Largest Line of Steel Ranges in
U Kndnrvrd by
nd BUSINESS MEN.
N. VV. ALQER,
Agent (or New Mrxico.
Also Agent for ths best BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION,
STOCK rOH S A LE
result of policy
Twenty years ago, In IH7H, Mr. J.
II. A. B , who wad then
twenty-four years of BKe, assured
his life In the Kquitahle under
policy No. ai'i,HforI,li. This
policy wa Issued on the Kmlow
meiit form, with au Kmlowmeiit
and accumulation perils! of
' twenty years, and on which the
annual premium was f4".tS.
For twenty years then Mr.
B hn Isjeu protected by
II.UHlof life assurance, and if he
hud died at any time, his family
would at once have received
tl,(). However, he has not died
aud now iu ism, he has the choice
of the following option of settle
I, To HI HRKNUKR THK
Policy ami bk
ckivk in cash .
2. TO HL'HRKNIiF.R THK
Pol.lCT AND RK
CKIVE A HI.I.V
I'Ain if Policy
rou . ....
3. TO RKCEIVE AS AS-
MITT rOH UM
Suliiarl lu allfattory niuilu 1 r winnn
lion. fPI.. V
Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
"Strongest in the World.'
WALTER N. PARKI1UR5T,
lit Html MatuHrr.
1 New Meiicoand Anion Iepartmem,
Al.lii'grKHgrK, . M.
Lee Whig Bros.
For narly tw.lv. y.ara Dr. I... Win hu
been in honored re.ldent 1 1 lienver anil hu.
bren pe-nilltrd by the akillful ne ol the world
To bring health aod liapplneM to the thout.
aoda of the ittllLted who hid almont given up
ta pe of ever being cured. Un grateful pa
tient are found til nearly every aute In the
I'n ion, hia medictuea being aent everyheie
by mail or eipreas. There it acarcely a known
dlaeaie which Iheae marveloua remedlea will
Dot cure, but they are especially valuable In
chronic diaeaaea of all kinds, female com
plalnla, nervoua debility, heart dica;, atoiu
i h trouble, tape worm, rheumatism, blood
poiaon, aernlnal weaknew, ayphtha and all
aeiual and private dlteaaea.
The famoua mediclnea can be had from
the ouly American agenta,
LEE WING BROS.
The renowned t'lilne.e iemhli, 16HU I.rl
metatterl, Denver, L'on.uluiion free. If you
cannolcall, write, liu-luting .tump for tlrcuUr,
mid (juration blank. A cure Kuuratileed or
A. ,, r , imiljr ei4. u.
Cnwitreii ( andv ('ullnirlii-. Hie inoal won
Jerfiil medi.-ul duteovi-rv of Uiu ants, ieua
aul ttlld lofl-ealllllir Ul llie tuMe, ael Keiilly
and iHiaitlvely ou kidutn ., liver and iHjwela,
cleaiiaiiur the entire aianiiii, dlHiel t-ohl
cure heuilauhe, fever, liahltiml i-on.llpalloo
ami blliiMipon t.. I'leaae buy and try a bos
ol(,'. C. (!. lo-dsy; IU, , fiO i-enla. buldnud
guaranteed to ciirs by all druygtals.
Hlahnal Cash frtoM faid
Kor furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunks, harness, saddles, shoes, etc
Hart's, 117 Hold avenue, neit to Wells
Kargo Kx press otllee. ties nis before you
bny or sell.
C. L. Hasbrouck, a AtuggM at Meuilon,
Mich., says all of ths K'l testimuiiiais
that have been published by ths umuu
facturers of I'haiiiberluln's I'ullo, Cholera
anil lliarrhuvs llemeily could bs dubll
cattxl lu tliut town. Kur sale bjr all drug
gtsU. Crockery and glassware. Wtiltnev Co.
I l( 1
c i ,
- n pvy "
MON KV TO LOAN.
r t a 0 g i
Notice to .
For the NEXT 30 DAYS
everybody who carts to
wrl'e vt rtgardingf their
Diseases or aitlictions will
be treated TILL CURED
FREE OF CHARGE.
This oiler is made in order to
introduce our new method ol treat
In; and curing both Acute and
Chronic dueaari, aUo all private
II vou are tick write ut at once.
YOU HAVE NOTHING TO
LOSE OR RISK.
Letten strictly confidential.
Addreai, DOCTOR KEITH,
Pt Offka Bo i No. ao.
July nil, S.
. .j i g g
, 't ' ' i 't 't , '
WAMTKI), ruKSAI.K, RKNT AND LOST
Wanteil Boarders and roomers. Ap
ply at Mrs H. Fisher's, U08 W. Lead Ave.
Wanteil A Urst-filsss enok lu private
family. Address with references VAK
For Bale A grist mill. Knqnlre of
Native wins, pure and healthful, at
only 50 oents a gallon at C. A. Grande's
HU6 north Broadway.
A fins assortment ot new furniture
only, at 2lb south First street, cheap for
cash or installment. W. V. Futrelle.
For sale Holler aud engine. 4-hnrse
power, and 4-hnrss power gear, with
other machinery, at a baritaln. Address
John Newluuder, No. 4U1 south First
To Rent 4 room house and alfalfa. W.
To Kent Furniture and household
goods. VV. V. Futrelle.
For Kent Koouis furnished and un
furnished, also light house keeping. W.
Kor Item New three-room cottage on
North Fifth street. Apply G02 North
For Kent House of fonr rooms, fur
nished, for light housekeeping. Apply
to K. L. Medler, Cromwell block.
Lm.t A fountain pen
please leave at this olllce.
Lost. A black silk umbrella,
it at this olllce and receive reward
Hoaoiina Why Chamharlalu'. Colic ( holer
and Dlarrhum Homely la tha HoaC
1. Because it affords almost Instant re
lief In case of pain lu the stomach, colic
aud cholera morbus.
2. Because It Is the only remedy that
never fails lu the most severe eases of
dysentery aud dlarrhuoa.
5. Because It is ths only remedy that
will cure chronic diarrhwa.
4. Because It Is the ouly remedy that
will prevent bilious exilic.
6. Because it Is the only remedy that
will curs epidemical dysentery.
6. Because It is the ouly remedy that
can always be depended upou iu cases ot
7. Because it Is the must prompt and
must reliable medicine lu use for bowel
8. Because It produces no bad results,
it. Because It Is pleasant and safe to
10. Because It lias saved the lives of
more people than auy other medicine In
The 'J5 and &0-ceut sizes for sale by all
Suap Shut. With a Uraphotliono.
The Oraphophone Is to the ear what
the photographlo camera Is to the eye,
and more, for the Graphophone catches
Instantly aud preserves every tint and
shade of sound. A muet Interesting use
ut a Uraphophuus Is to make records ot
your friends voices to be preserved for
future use. Y011 cau catch the story of
your lolly friend just as he told It, or the
favorite snug of some loved one just as
she sung It, aud have it reproduced per
fectly at any time and as ofteu as you
please. Beeiiles the Kraphophone affords
wonderful entertainment lu the way of
reproducing the musie of bands, orches
tras, or vocal or Instrumental soloists.
No investment will return so much lu
pleasure as the purchase of a (irapho
phone. It is the perfect talking ma
chine, write for Catalogue No. 30, to
the Columbia I'honngrsph Company. No.
720- 7 ii Olive street, HI. Louis, Mo.
Rants Ke routedliilug cars are equipped
with electrlo fans.
a -a.-fc-' i . ii
Santa Fe, Now Mexico.
VALL TNKM OPHNS SJOl'TKMHKU 1.
For I'.ittinilai X Af; y to
Ho I for
Academy of "Our
SANTA i n, lilKl.s AM VOI
SISTERS OIT LORETTO.
Th Kith Acailciiiic Tcini Will Oiim MomUv, irjit Stli, llt9.
TH Arndemv In iniiiied In a .no.l de-.inl.le I.h ,i.i,.n m On- niv no ( ...ir.u. f,.r iu liralllif.il
'zzz'?z:v,: " r'""",',"i,, ,,",m,",h
! I'mi. k, n ad.ire... SISTER SUPERIOR.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A.U tho Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The follnwino- ia K
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
aortium chloride, grains per gallon IJ1'7
Calcium sulphate, grains per g.ilk.n 1.4360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Total 1 1-337 1
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albunuernn-
for the springs every Wednesday
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
L. B. PUTNEY,
- -i"Old Rellable"ss
Wholesale Grocer 1
FLOUR, GU A IN &
Cr Lets a r-M)l!ty.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAU AVENUE, "t i ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Bnltdlnr Papar ''' ''''''' -
i)ay. In Block
First St. and Lead
W M. CI
nrnnrnii T i i '
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue, Albuqueraue, N. M.
25c 50c .lLlSs-
Gall at Headquarters for
Lsuthsr, Hitrnmrt, Suililles, Hmlillory,
Hsilillitry llurilwsrs. Cut Holtw, Hliin
Nsiis, HsniHH. (.''isms, VS Min, Colliirs,
Bwwtt Psils, CsMtor (til. Ails lirtMitiH,
Huston Ciuii'h (lil. I nto NVitro, Hmlily
llurvHMtur ( ill. N witwfixit (Hi. I.anl Oil,
HsriitvisUil, I.IiiimmmI OIl.l'ttHlilit Siap,
HuniHHS Hisi, I'srrliiKS riion(es
Clisuiuls Skin, Horns MkiIIi'Iiiks.
X'rloo tlxo Iiowest,
HlgMwt Usrket I'rlcwi l'ut.l for Hlils
Thos. F. Kclohor,
406 Railroad Av Albuquerque
BALLING UROH., PsorsisTusn.
Wedding Cakea a Specialty !
Ws Dasirs Patronags, soil .
OuarauU. Virst-Claaa Baking.
Tslacrapb ordar. aollcttaid and i'rumpllF I'm ad
.lOllXSTOX A JIOOUE'S
Famous Stng Leave
EYERY TUESDAY MORNING
V7"For the Resort.
f.ivry Feed an I S:le Stables.
H V'lis to any prt of Cm city for only 2o0.
Old Mepho.ie No 0. New Telephone. No. 1 14
COPFER AYEHUB, Bet. S;cod1 and Third Sts
Lady of Light
DAY SCHOOL Inn
TK.n by ran
and Saturday morning.
Osrrlaa ha Large, and
Hmi ICatsualva stoak af
-istaple : grookriks:-
To ba loanit onlhwaal.
" -m m L'Ei CtBIBt
(Im Ptl!. s
IFI .I N,
A complcto Stock of tho
Douglas Shoes uml Slippers.
Ladies' Mutton and
Lace Shoes of All
JACOB K0KBEB& CO
Uannlactarsr ot and D.alat
Tbs Bst Kastsro-afads Tshiolss.
Fine Horse-Sboelnf a Specialty.
Batiafactioo OasrsoUsd In All Work
Repairing, Painting and Trtmmlnf
I ns on Hborl Nolle. I I I I I I i
Step, Corner Copper Ir. and Pint St.,
AurQcaiotn, N. U
Hon cat Good
Be tore You
Buy or SelL
MOO OOliD AVE.
liuvs jou iwu tii new uiiuurr buitoa
beltst Uis Kuuuouustr