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TUB DAILY CITIZEN
Hl'UHK8 A McX'KKIUUT, PUKLIBHRRS
Tho. Huhhiw Kdltor
W. T. UcTriihht, Una. Mm, and City Kd
rVHLIKHIII) OAlLk ADD WIIILI,
AwtrltUd Pmmi Afternoon TalAfframa.
OtBolAl Paper of KnrnlilloCmntT.
I.argmt Cltj and Conntr Ctrtmlatlon
Th Lrrt New Mm loo Ctrrnlatlnn
Larrmt North Artinna Circulation
ALBl'Ql'KRQt'K, At (U!8T 30, mm
The Dontolflra at Window Womea a
prMlrtantial ofUca tha first ot noil
The wOMtioDl hoi! munr at New
torkeoniM at a Voxn when tha yellow
joarnala were getting bard pnehed for
Ktin though the Kentucky ilutilleni
rarry out their plan to limit the whieky
output, it will probably not pere ptibly
reduce poll re eonrt bnelneee.
A BCTC9KB tn Butte wm arreeted,
tried and oonrteted laet week, the Jury
finding him guilty ot gWtng abort
weight The butcher waa flned jOO and
given ell nioiitha tn jail. He ban ap
pealed the cam.
Thohi who bare pinned their faith to
Albuquerque and bave etood by it for
theee many yean will get their reward
in the near futnre. Tbi Citizkn baa
not made a falxe prediction yet and thli
will prove true.
Thb editor of a Missouri paper aayi he
tepped Into the atore ot a buelueee man
who d'd not advertlee, and waa surprised
to dnd blm buy. The storekeeper bad
the Itch and a Waterbury watch, and
when be wm not scratching blmeelf be
was winding his watch.
Thb poetollloe department bas decided
that hereafter all printing In Imitation
ot writing shall pay letter postage. The
typemakert were making such clever
Imitations ot typewritten letters and
penmanship ibat It took an expert to toll
Hal. R. Brooks, who formerly did
some special work for The Citizen at
Williams, baa been appointed Justice ot
the peace ot that town. The Williams
News aays: "Hal Brooks now wears the
office title ot Judge, having received the
appointment as Justice ot the peace this
week. Hal la a bright young fellow and
honld easily learn bow to east the bolae
of Justice with unerring aim."
Thb Silver City Enterprise aays: "Fall
shipments ot rattle bave commenced, and
prices are better than known for many
years. Ueasra. Perry, Culberson, Martin.
Balnea, Oldhsm. Bates and Butcher
shipped 600 head from the stock yards
here last Friday. The price paid was
$18.00 for yearlings, $21.60 for two-year-olds
and $24 50 for three and over.
Frank Graham expects to ship 400 head,
which be purchased from ranchers on
the Frisco during this week."
B. A. F. FiNUobK, a brother of Con
greseman Penrose of Pennsylvania, la
being urged to make the race for
delegate to congress from Arltona on
the republican ticket. The Arisona
Republican says: "K. A. F. Penrose Is
being nrged to run for delegate to con
gress on the republican ticket.
Mr. Penrose cannot yet see bis
way clear to such action, but bis friends
hope that he will become a candidate,
believing that he could win easily over
any man the democrats may name."
It is the duty of the city authorities to
Insist upon the burning of all decayed
niatiar, such as the contents ot garbage
cans In the rear of private residences. No
chances should be taken. The dwellers
In the residences of the city should be re
quested to do this, and that not being
found advl sable, the health department
should take the matter In band and In
sist upon the garbage being burned at
the expense ot the city. The matter Is
too 1 moor taut to be overlooked, and
should at once be taken np by the au
thorities ot the city.
f ftTK TION Of VACCINATION.
The first cae ot vaccination, which
was made for the purpose of experiment,
was on May 14th, 17U6.
Of the protection against smallpox
which vaccluatlon affurde, It may be
said that from 1721 to 1792, before the
discovery ot vaoclue lymph, period of
seventy oue years, Boston, Mass., had
three severe and fatal epidemics of
smallpox, one about every twenty-three
years. Since the employment of vac
cination, now little over 100 years,
there has been no serious epidemic of
smallpox in Boston.
In Kugland, from 1700 to IWI0, out of
every 1,000 deaths, ninety six were from
smallpox, from lHoo to ihio, out ot each
1.000 deaths but thirty-five were from
aiuallpox. Ia the Herman states, before
vaccination, M S In ths 1,000 died ot
smallpox; after vaccination came Into
use the number fell to 7.26 Iu the
PruMilan army ot 3'vjo men from lHitt
to ltttB, when every soldier was vaccin
ated on enlistment, there was ons death
from smallpox ; In the Freucu army, of
equal number, during the same time
aud no more exposed than were others,
but with a less rigid rules of vaccina'
tlou, the deaths from smallpox were on
an average of fifty tour per year.
Lest it be said that the decrease in
number of deaths bas arisen from the
medical fraternity's Improved method of
treat lug those affected with the disease.
the eate of Zurich, Switzerland, comes
prominently to the front. In ls3 com
pulsory vaccination was sunpeuded there,
aud bere are the official figures of small
pox deaths in 1,000: mi, 7; 1SH2, 0;
IHH3, 8. Then came suspension ot com
pulsion with: im, 11.45; lt5, 52; IbM,
SS. Affftinnt nafh Oinrri dmiit of the
protenlve pniror of Vitrrtrmtlon rannt
te riitiTtitttii d fnr a nini;i t 0 her ami
m'inPj r. i, lit ii lug eiiiHtio rnuld be
given, but thee mnet suffice.
But tN'-e are otl.or Intereitlnc statis
tics In fonntlon wl h vaccination and
smallpox. Marson's ststietlrs, tnutedon
6,0dO raees of smallpoi In the London
hospital, give the following: Of the tin
vacclnated ths death were 35 per centi
thoFfhavlngonsgm.il vaccine cli-atrli.
il 4 per rviil ; one lniliff-ren- clcatrii. lfi.7
er cent; Imvlng tw i good cicatrices, 3 7
ler cent; to tnliflrrnt, 117 percent;
listing tl.rif .! mat tin, 3 7 percent;
thrf ludifferent. 7 4 per cent; having
four or more g-xnl, 1 7 fir cent; linlifTtr-
ent, 4 8 per cent.
Theee things appear from theee statis
tic: Vaccination U wonderfull pre
ventative of emallpox;eveu where it does
not entirely obviate the possibility of
attack. It reduces the death rate to a very
small percentage; the efficacy of the vac
cination should frequently be determined
by meJIcal exauiluation, and the vac
cination renewed when necewary.
Wht Will be tlar Ml rmlilnir
Politicians are now planning for the
preeldential campaign ot 1 '., but the
war has so overHintdowei all others mat
ters that politics Is almost unnoticed.
Many people are of the opinion that the
candidates will be the same as In lS'.ttt,
but there may be a "dark horse" who will
win the race, l'opulaaity has much to
do with candidates. This Ii aleo true with
medicine. The mewl popular remedy to
day Is tluetetter's Mlomach Hitters, and It
has retained this for ninny years. Science
never rilNCovered the eiual of this medi
cine for stotiiHCh, llvr and kldnev dis
eases. It builds up Mild rieri ttxxiie. Im
parts vigor and vitality to all orgMi.
and makes life Worth living. A bottle
will moke a big change for ths better.
Of tbc Interior Communication! of
Mexico A Bsnd of Patriot!.
"War, grim vlsaged war, that wrinkles
up our front," has not only taught other
nations the great factor ot I'ucle Ham In
the future ot Asiatic and far eastern
questions, but bas decided once for all
that the swallow-coated, star-bespangled
hayseed and banner bearer of "Old
Ulory" Is the ne plus ultra of all nations.
The war bas been severe lesson to
Spanish arrogance; It bas also cost us
many valiant Uvea, but It has shown
patriotism nnparalelled in the world's
A striking Illustration of this was
ethlblted a few days ago. Mr. Doran of
Torreon, Mexico beard that Admiral
Dewey's flt was annihilated at Manila,
Schley and Sampson were defeated at
Santiago and the Spanish bad landed a
land force on American soil. The land
forces were victorious in all engage
ments. They had razed the towns of
New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and
were on the way to Chicago from whence
they would make a cyclonic swath to the
Mr. Doran bas a world-wide reputation
for patriotism, and upon hearing the bad
tidings, which reached blm several days
after the signing of ths protocol, be mus
tered an army of 200 men and started
for El Paso. He was refused transporta
tion. But nothing can daunt vaunting
ambition. He captured a train and
landed his men safely In Kl Paso,
It may be apropos to state that Mr.
Doran was a trusted employe for fifteen
years ot the Torreon Mining and Milling
company and, who, also operated a rail
road In that country.
Arriving at Kl Paso be waited on the
mayor aud requested transportation to
the seat of war. He told the mayor that
they were far from communication with
the outside world, but when they filially
did get the news It was to the effect that
the Rough Biders were being rid bard
and he was going to regain any lost
reputation they might bave sustained.
When the mayor, tn as modest a man
ner as possible, Informed Mr. Duran that
the war was over, the peace protocol had
been signed, Dewey hid sunk the Spanish
Pacific fleet at Mauila, Schley had bottled
up aud finally sunk Cervera's fleet and
Shatter had captured Toral and bis
forces, his euthnslaem ooted through his
fingers, chagrin was deplct-d In his
countenance, but hero as be was, be
proved himself equal to the emergency,
and commanded his company to forward
march, and led them to the neareet cafe,
where they celebrated the ga-lorlous vic
tory ot the American arms. Mr. Duran's
present address Is Gallup, N. M. IPs
company Is disbanded never waited to
be mustered out. But they were patriots.
After Many Years
Have elapsed pvoplo write to say that
the cures which Hood's Sursaparilla
accomplished are lasting and complete.
No other medicine lias such a record
of cures. No other medicine possvHses
the great power to purify aud enrich
the blood and build up the system.
Hood't Pillt cure all liver Ills, re
lieve voustipatiou, aeeistdigottiou. 2&o.
The Gallup Gleaner says: John R.
Brown and family are preparing to leave
for Albuquerque at which point they
will in the future reside. Mr. Brown Is
one ot Gallup's olileet cltlzeus- and has
always had the beet tuterests of the
town warmly at heart. No oue who has
been associated with him but esteems
him and will regret to hear of his pro
The New Mexican eaye: "Warren Ora-
ham, of CerillloM, haa Hold out his liquor
buelueas at Vladrid and (Vrrllloe to hi
brother. Ike lirahaiu, who ban Just re
turned from Hie Klondike with a bag or
two of gold duet."
A full attendance U deelred at the
meeting of the Ore department thin even
ing m the iironoNitiou to purchase lira
alarm Indicators out of tha department
fund will come up for diauuHMlou.
A girl baby entered the household ot P.
Kandoval, the tousoral artist at J. It. Ban
cliei' ahop, yeeterday, and the proud
father U paeeiug around ths cigar
among liU friends.
The Cochltl Uold Mining touipany Ust
week ehlpped a M pound brick of gold
aud ailver to the refinery lu Ueuver, the
reeult ot a cieau-up of two vaU.
B. V. Adams, grand keeper of records
aud eealu ot the KnighU of t'ythloe, went
to Chama, N. M., laet night, to Institute
a new lodge of that order.
Rev. r. A. Bltupklu, the well kuown
Congregational minister of Gallup, re.
turued home lout night after epeudtng
yeeterday la the city
The Qnal report of the receipt from
tha A. at. K. church fair will be made the
latter part of the week.
stwjii iiin yy
AlflS'fi THf lTfPI 0l i !
Latctt t'fmt of Railroad Interest fann
crcJ from our I Xihaiigc.
WBAT TBI BMP10TM All DOUG.
Woikonthe f iul btgmi to pick
considerably during the punt erk.
Kntfineer Msrk l,Hli', between tMs
Cltv snd I a Jii n's, i-i laid i.(T with ft ihc
() r,;e H .bllnon. fi rmeilr a fi'iui.'ti
out of I.as Vega, Is now tiring out of
Wlnslow. A. T.
Kngine H of ths 8auU He branc'i Is n
the I.as V eg a shops for her nsusl wash
out and repairs.
An operator on this division un
funded twenty days for failure to answer
a call promptly, delaying freight trains.
Dr. K. H. OoMsctt, asxtstant surgeon In
ths hospital at Las Vrgns, has been ap
pointed pension exsminer at that place.
Traveling Knglneer Rcss was acting
as division master mechanic at Raton
during the absence of C. M. Taylor at
Engineer Montgomery, of Raton, who
laid off A month ago, has been heaid
from np In the mountains of HrltUh
L. D. Eversole, of Topeka, has secured
the position ot superintendent of brldires
and building') oil the Hants Ke I'scilic,
with hea tquarters at Wtmilow
Knglneer W, II. Barton eprsined Ms
ankle while retting of his engine a few
days ago at Fan Mnrclal, and In conse
quence Is taking a vacation from work.
Iiiiis Vigil has been given the poslt'nn
ot section foreman on the Hot Hprings
branch In the place of John Bach, who
has been transferred to the Lamy branch
Jerry Shaw, passenger engineer, who
runs between La Junta snd Dodge City,
Is at the Las Vegas hospital. Mr. Iiaw
Is suffering from an attack of rheuma
tlom. It Is rumored that the Player tundem
compound, an engine expectally built for
mountain service, ot which great results
are expected, will arrive at Raton In a
Francis Nilsen finished his apprentice-
ship as machinist tn the Han Mtrctal
machine shops last week, and will now
be the recipient of good sized Santa Fe
pay check each month.
The engines oil the Waldo coal run
that have heretofore received all neces
sary repairs at the shops at Las Vegas,
ill hereafter be sent to the shops at this
city for any needed repairs.
Charles D. Hill, formerly a Santa Fe
freight condnctor, came In the other day
from Fort Madison. Iowa, and visited old
friends la the city for few days before
going on to Winslow, Arlone, to resume
Engines 72V and 717, which have been
laid up for the past two months In the
shops at Las Vegas, were sent to the
Baton division owing to the Increased
business and the shortage ot engines on
An engineer on this division was given
ten credit marks recently for discovering
a broken rail and stopping In tints to
prevent an accident. This shows that
the engineer was keeping a sharp and
Ths railroad company to-day receipted
In full for the first half of the bonus; aud
the third paymeut will be due tuslde cf
twenty days, as the track will be laid by
that time to the west side of Randall
c iiinty. Amarlllo Champion.
Chief Lineman J. B. Murphy, of the
Western Union, Is In Santa Fe from the
uorth. Mr. Murphy has charge ot all the
wires between Sallda aud Hants Fe, boo
miles In all. To cversee all this keeps
him pretty busy, but then Mr. Murphy Is
a live man.
Alex. Lyle, a car repairer, recently of
Burlington, Kansas, had the misfortune
to have a leg broken while attending to
bis duties at the San Uurclal shops. The
limb was fractured between the knee aud
the ankle. Dr. Alex. Crulckshank at
tended to the needs ot the sufferer.
With the exception of the half mile
through the Sedlllo place the grading on
this end ot the railroad exteuslou Is prac
tically completed to the thirteenth mile,
and by the end ot next week the graders
will be at work on the approach to this
side of the Pecos.-Koswell Record.
New ties are being put In on the rail
way bed south of Kddy. Fifteen thou
sand old tits have been taken up and re
placed by new ones within the past
thirty days. Superintendent Nlcholas.of
the Feci s Valley railroad, ts apparently
gettlug everything lu shape for the op
eration of a through lino.
Kuglueer Joe Brown, accompanied by
his wife, stopped off on a short visit to
friends In Las Vegas, en route to Win
slow. A. T. Vr. Hrown Is ruiiulng on
the hunt Fe I'scilic, and he aud Mrs.
Brown have been on a pleasure trip, tuk
lug lu the Omaha cxposltlun and visit
lng lelatlves In Illinois aud Iowa.
Tho Flagstaff Gem says: Tuesday pas
senger train No. 1 was delayed at tills
place a few minutes on account of the
tracks In the yard Icing so full of freight
cars that It was ImpoHslble for It to pass.
T,,e 8ttDU Vt Vltem "K
large freight buslne and the yard aud
aide track here are ImmUloleut at times
t ) meet It promptly.
The New Mexican eay: The local rail
road community learu with pleasure of
the promotion of K. K. I.ark, chief clerk
ot VY. B. Biddle. freight tralllo manager
ot the Hanta Ke at Chicago, to the general
agency at Pitteburg. This 1 a marked
honor a eastern agencies of the sire ot
I'ltUhurg call only fur able men. Mr.
Lark I In town fur a few days, leaving
fur the east Huuday night.
The I .a Vegan Optic auys: Ashpit Man
Lucoa tiallegoe reulved hi pay check,
cashed It, and gave I4U to hi wife. That
night about II o'clock two monked men
made their entrance through the window
Into the room where Mr, (iallegoa woe
sleeping, the husbaud being at hie work,
aud forced her to get the money for
them, time robbing her of the till which
the buitbaud left her that day.
Leo Belgfred, a brakeman employed by
the VIlNHourl Paclue railroad, died at the
Kansas City hospital from the effect of
lujurle received by being knocked from
a freight traiu. Ou February 20 lost,
Heigfred wa standing ou the rear car of
a freight train whllelt was pawning uuder
the Wyaudotle bridge. The bridge waa
tool'1. ril asttiefswefs hrj sitfnaUtoj
cir, slikii g his hen I ilium the rails He
wks Minuvi.l to ihn MU'ourl Pacifle Ihm
pltal, and fur a lime It seemed that be
would recover, but a few daysairo he suf
fered a relapse
New machinery Is arriving almost
ev. ry dy from eastern minnfacturles
and Is being put In at th Hants Ke Ps-
j rlil railroad siiih In this nty and the
c:i'HClty for doing varlel mechanical
; work 1st) lug ifreaUy In-reesed. Certain
repairs which hav fn ii erly been done
1 at the i-hois in f i; fk ev'uivel, will
In ths liili.r,- I. done at the ehopi In this
W- ik on the I e utorie etorrhnuhe at
th- SmiU Ke ln..io nil road shops will
he c numeric d In a I wdayi. w hen It Is
completed this building will cost $10,000
and will be of thn latest Improved de
simii. Other buildings, Including a Ore
department headquarters, a firs proof
pattern warehouse and a building for fit
ting up car wheels, will also be built this
Firemtn Geo. Snyler. whoee leg was
amputated some weeks sgo at Albuquer
que, has arrived at the Las Vegas hospital
Ths wife of W. W. Comer, night car In
spector at Sun Marclal, gave birth to a
daughter ou August 22, Dr Shaw attend
ing. Mrs. M. Plumb, of Oakland, Cel . will
soon arrive In Han Marcisl on a visit to
her sou, Hwlifhmau F. O. Plumb.
Th Denies of engli.eers often years1
st .Milling on this division sr noticed f 0 1
the txtra board at Hnn Marclal. I
J. C. VcCobch, agent at Han Marclal, I
Is at the Las Vegas hospital for treatment
for a sore arm.
flow to I.Ofik (tooil.
Good looks ars really more than skin
deep, defending entirely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organs If the
liver Is Insitive. you have a bilious look;
if your stomsi-h ts disordered, you have a
dyspeptic look; It your kidneys are af
fected, ynu have a pinched lis k Hecure
gixsl health, snd yen will purely have
good looks. "Ki-clric Bitrs" Is a good
Alternative and Toulc. Acts directly on
ths stomach, liver snd kidneys, purities
the lilisst, cures plrniiles, blotches snd
I boils, and gives a good Complexion.
I Kvery bottle guaranteed. Hold at J. H.
O'Kielly ti Co.'a Drug Store. 50 cents
A .olio f'oncart
The A. M. K. church Is going to give a
Eobo concert next Thursday night. This
will be the first one of ths kind ever
given tn this city. Ths songs will con
sist of plantation melodies. Some of the
articles which were not disposed of at
fie fair last week will be offered for sale
C'leap. A cordial welcome Is extended to
every one to attend and enjoy a pleasant
Beware of " cheap " bak
ing powJers Alum makes
good medicine but bad food.
Ask your doctor. u
A MERCHANT'S REPLY.
He Oblec'i to the Love or Outside Pre
tended Friends A Constant Advertiser.
Albuquerque, N. M., Aug. MO. I read
with great Interest the article In the
morning paper, referring to "A Mer
chant'" communication In yesterday'
Citi.kn. I wish to eay that this partic
ular merchant ho been, not only a sub
ecrlber, but a persistent advertiser In the
Democrat for the past sli year, during
which tune not two dozen Democrat
have appeared without his advertisement.
The writer hate any kind ot notoriety,
and hi uame I withheld for no other
reason, but iu enter not to "worry" the
Democrat, this merchnnt will soon call
at the Democrat ollice and convince It
manager that the cigar ate on him. I
doubt very much the assertion that Al
buquerque people more especially mer
chant would do anything to hurt the
town In the maimer stated, viz: Circu
late stories about email pox being In
town. The most barm ha been done by
newspaper at Hatoil, Trinidad aud other
point on the railroad line, aud aome of
theee paper now applaud the Democrat
for it "fearlee" policy in telling
the truth about it. But I think
we all know how much love
thefe paper have fur Albuquerque, and
they pat the Democrat on the back and
read with glee the "Smallpox" headline
In the Democrat every morning. I know
from preseut experience even by the
Democrat's own column that there ts
nothing like "steady" advertising aud
continual "hammering" away for good
results. The Dt-mocrat evidently agree
with me ou that point, and I have no
doubt that by keeping everlastingly at It,
It reader In aud out of towu will soon
be convinced beyond a doubt that small
pox 1 raging lu this city. The writer
has no desire to unduly criticize or to
dictate anybody's policy, but simply give
his opinion on the subject. A little less
prominence given to tills subject by
newspapers aud everybody, would be a
good tiling. We all know the disease t
rapidly disappearing, and a gradual drop
ping of the subject would be a bleseiug
to Albuquerque, a all danger ot an epl
demlc seems to have passed, and the daily
report of a tew scattering cases simply
keeps it before the people and without
any apparent beiiellt to anybody.
A Mkiii iiant.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Oripe Cream ul Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THF STANDARD
Donahoe Hardware Co.
CORNER RAILROAD AVHNfU AND THIRD STREET.
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
. ..... . , .
f 1 I II
S til )l : i
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
We Carry the Largest Line of Steel Ranges In
TMG SULPHUR SPRINGS
WASON & TKIMHLO, Props.
TIm fcfrf a,ilnoi tri- vk1v iour-hnns
H ton to tb l.mous Sulphur SpHngt in ths
I uodayt, I hursdays and Saturdays at
Rlanrf I o. m. mnA arWva it Sulohurs
3 on M mdayt, Wednesdays and Fridays. Parties leaving .Mlhiquerqus on Satur
3 day can spend Sunday In the mountain.
Round Trip Tickets for Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE &
WILL HHP YOU!
Catch your train, or keep business engage
ments promptly ami give you general eat in
flict ion. We keep ulwuvs on liaud the best
timekeepers uiinle, ami furthermore we
know how to repair thetu when they get
out of order. It has been our life long
trade snd business, aud we assure you satis
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Vatch Inspector, A T. & 5. F. R. R.
W. L.. TRI MBLE & CO
Livery, Sale, feed ?M Ifaoslsi Stable:
Second St., oetween Railroad and Ccpper Ave.
Hcraaa and Koisa Bought nd Bs:ebag9l
Agsnta for Colombas kiady Cestpca-r.
Tbi Baat Turnouts ia th City.
Carriages, Koad Carta, Spring Wagcnx, Vtcioriai
Cugp;je, Thattooi, Etc., for Sale : !
Addrean W. L TRIMBLE t TO.. Albnqufrque, New Mexico
have Issued 4 per cent IhhiiIs which
are listed on the Stock Kxchiinge,
and on which the Interest is pal I
whenever it becomes due. All the
bond produce the seine amount of
income, and It is probable tbut all
will pay tliei-aine amount of princi
pal lit maturity. Vet the market
price of these Ismds at the present
time ari-s from "Hto HH a differ
ence of 2d per cent. V kyY Iteeii'is
of the difference lu the Uuuccliil
strength of the companies back of
the but ils. If life assurance were
sold on the Sto k Kxchange, the
policies ot the Kqiiitalde would
sell at higher prices decidedly
higher than those cf any oilier
company brcause iti UuunrUI
strength 1 greuti r tint u that of
tiny other company.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED) STATUS.
"Strongest In the World."
WALTER N. I'ARKHL'RST,
New Mexico unit Arizona Ic;ir1tiirnt.
Aim ul'KKgl , N. M.
HI4L .STATI HARUAINS.
Stone house, with four lots, on south
Second street, stables, chicken houses,
etc.. only Si.ouo.
Two lot ou south Kdlth street, only
Brick house of three room ou north
Konrth street, only fl.iMi.
Kor Keut lluuse on Hold avenue, five
room aud bath room, t'M per mouth.
Kor Hale Three lot and live room
house on the Highlands, good location,
shade trees, etc. is desirable property
aud located ou Hllver avenue; M.uiO a
bargain K II. Duubar, 2JI Uold avenue.
Kor sale I atiches of ell sizes aud de
scriptions from one mile from powtolllce
to live mile out, at low prices.
Home good business property on Kail
road aveuue, Uold avenue and Klrst
tlood house on Marble aveuue at a low
Kor rent Klve room house and bath
room, near Han Kelipe hotel, for oue
If yon wish barirain In houses aud
lots, call ou K. 11. Dl'NbAK,
'J24 tiold Aveuue.
Uulue Kuilar4l lsrl.
Kive pounds 40 cent.
Ten pound 75 cents.
Fifty pounds i;t.
llLAMIHAKU UKAT AND Sl'lTl.Y CO.
It KalM III t hll.lr.u.
Chamberlalu'e Cough Iteiuedy bas
waved the live ot thousand ot croupy
children. It I also without an equal
for colli and whooping cough.
Tit SaaUUara B Saa a4 kili Bvar.
Purchase your tickets for a trip to the
moil Hulphur hot spring from YY.l. .
a. 1 hey will give you all
set In th Southwest. From Thom-
jtmtt Mountains. Leavt Thornton
. u m. arrive at D ana u nooni leave
at 5 d. m. Stave returns (rom Sulchurt
CO., - Albuquerque
W ANTF.D, roll S.1LK. R.NT AND LOST
Wanted-Hoarder and roomers. Ap
plv at Mr H. Klsher', 3uH W. Lead Ave.
W luted A first class cook at once. Ap
ply or address Kuropean hotel, (iallup,
Wanted Immediately, a girl or
woman to do cooking and general house
work. Apply at i-.i uorth Second street.
K. K. Sturges.
H unted A position an mine doctor In
New Mexico or Ariz nia, by a physician
who has had hospital experience and six
tear of private practice; also can give
satisfactory references and recommenda
tions. Address Djctor, Marquette, iSeb.,
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only bo Cents a gallon at C. A. Urande's
A Hue assortment of new furniture
only, at 2'0 south Klrst street, cheap for
caiii or Installment. W. V. Kutrelle.
Kor sale Boiler and engine, 4-horse
power, and 4-horse power gear, with
other machinery, at a bargain. Address
John Newlauder, No. 4U1 south First
To Rent 4 room house and alfalfa. W.
To Rent Furniture and household
good. W. V. Futrelle.
For Rent Large furnished room. Ap
ply at 514 west Lead aveuue.
For Rent Nicely furnished room,
'la aud bath room. Oil south Broad
way, For Rent Rooms furnished and un
furnished, also light house keeplug. W.
Lost Pair of spectacles; loser will be
thankful it tinder will leave at Citi.kn
About one month ago my child, which
Is II flee u months old, hod an attack ot
dlarrt.u) accompanied by vomiting. 1
gave it such remedies as are usually
given iu such cases, but as nothing gave
relief we sent fou a physician, audit was
under hi care for a week. At this time
the child had heeti sick for about ten
days, ami was having about twenty-tlve
oiK-ratkihs of the bowel every twelve
hours, and we were convinced that unlee
it soon obtained relief it would not live.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhuta Remedy was recommended, and I
decided to try it. 1 soon noticed a
change for the better. By It continued
use a complete cure wo brought about,
and it 1 now perfectly healthy. C. L.
Hoggs, Stumptown, (iiliner county, West
Virginia. For sale by all druggists.
Kt tu l uiwlin
The round trip, good for thirty duys,
costs PI. 70. The round trip good to re
turn until November 15 costs fori. For
further particular Inquire ut the ticket
ollice. W. B. Tkixl, Agent.
Fur Um Hfl7 (aan. .
AN Ot.l) AM) W KIX-ThIKU KKMKtlf.
Mr. Winslow's Soothing Hyrup bos
been used for over tlfty years by millions
or mothers for their children while teeth
lug, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cure wimi coiio, anil is the nest remedy
fur diarrhoea, it is pleasant to the taste.
Sold by druggists lu every part of the
world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its
value I Incalculable. He sure and ask
tor Mr, w lnsluw's Soothing Hyrup, aud
take no other kind.
I'ulon mode overalls, only at
Holden Rule Dry Ooods company.
Fur tine dress goods at less than halt
price at ti. Ufeld & Co'.
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
FALL TKRM OPENS FKPTKaMHKU 1.
For Fat tit ul.ira Apply to
Ho I for
! Kndortftl by
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER,
Agent for Nw Mexico.
Also Agent for the best Bni.l'INO and 1,01V ASSOCIATION,
HTOCK K)H SAt.k. HONF.V Tf) LOAN
hsl AHI.IMIM) lnt,-i.
Academy of "Our
SANTA I E, (HKI.S AM) VOUNU
lOMIIICTKO BY THF
SISTERS OF LORBTTO.
Th Ifith Acaileinic Term Will Oj imi .Monday, Sttt 5th, 19.
Thin Aimlctnv ia dliuilcl In a rnot ili4ir:illt' liM-tion itt ilw. ito t t.. u- i..,ni.t...l
- .r-n 1'iHi.r.nii tin imiK iiimv wiiu iinMiL-rii vutivriiirilt I'M, in
cljnlihtf M'-mn he at. tiotnnil oil wn'cr, tci'ln, iVt.
i nt roiiiiH1 "i MitiriH inn t'iiniritcM rverv iirnnrn ctMitntMitiiijr to thorough and rrtinrd
liicnliitn. Muhic ;ml An rcci'ive sprftal Mttenlmn.
Kor l'Hsi'K.rm. hI.1i.-h. SISTER SUPERIOR.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Hesort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open -All the YeiLr.
Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The following ia the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
Sodium chloride, grains per gallon 1927
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 14360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque
for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Serond street and Copper
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. C. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue. Albuquerque. N. M.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer I
FLOUli, GRAIN & ?rz?:izzvs.tt
Oar Lata a 8iolaltv.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. : :
JT. Cl. ia.&.Xai2Z3.1Z:3C3-3S!,
First St. and Lead
25c 50c - - ..j
ZEIGER CAFE I
QUICKKL 5t UOTHfT, Proo:.
(HuoiMor to frank U. Juna i
Finest Whiskies, Imported and Domestic tad Cecici
Tbe Coolest anl Bl(hrt Grade of licr Serrr4
Finest Itllllard Hall in iho Tirrllory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
JOHNSTON A IIOOUK'8
Famous Staffs Lt;ave
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
J"i"7"For the Resort.
Livery Fed h'l I 8ilen Htlf1s.
IUCM to air pirt of tWttv f r onlv 2T,o,
Old r-)lepii)ne No J. Nw Te'lephone No. 114
COPPER AYESUB, Bd. S.conl and Third Sts
Lady of Light
DAY Si'llliol. kim
I.AD1KS NliW MEXICO.
complete Stovk of tho
Douglas Shos md Slippers.
lUitt r- 'ind
I8TAPLK : UltOCKUIES:-
To bft ft.uttd HouthwataU
ALBUQUFROUE, N. M.
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