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T11E DAILY CITIZEN
Hl'ttUKS St MoCKKIUHT, PUHU8BIM
Thosj. HcHi8 Rdltor
W. T. McChiiuht, Bus. Ugt. and City Kd
fUHI.IaHSU DAILt AMD Wtllll,
Associated Prem Af ternoon Teleirraina.
Offldal Paper of Keruaiaio County.
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ALBlylKKyLK, BKPf. 10. lmw
Tbi Arli'int mission conference of
Anions of the liethodlst church con
vene at Tucson on September 30.
Thi Spaniards have quit waging war
with American, aud Instead will light
each other. A number of duels' art on
the programme at Madrid.
Thi Flagstaff Gem, published and
edited by K. H. 4 J. K. Jones, baa entered
on another year of IU existence, and Tbi
Citizen wlebea It future success.
Thi Newark Advertiser think that It
If Helen Gould could be appointed com
missary general, an Important depart
ment of war would undergo a decided
Kvkbt property owner should put hU
premise In the very beet pomlble ehape
o that the city will look just aa attraot
Ire aa It possibly can to our fair and con
It may be true, aa the Atchison Globe
ays, that "a great deal of ability Is
Decennary to manage a 110 bill," and yet
very man you meet believes himself
thoroughly capable of being the niaua-
A LB kali all of the "Immune' soldiers
who were sent to Santiago are down with
yellow fever. A brass monkey could
hardly be guaranteed aa Immune from
the penetrating and permeating maladies
that laftst Santiago.
Tbb Flagstaff. Uem sayi: "It Is claimed
by tbosa who are In a position to know
that the Albuquerque, N. II , fair will be
the best one ever held In the territory,
Aa usual flagstaff will be well repre
sented on the occasion.
Col. W. 8. Willumb, editor of the So
corro Chieftain, after carefully studying
the political situation In New Ueiloo,
ays: The democrats of this territory.
who a few weeks ago claimed everything
In sight, are now greatly worried with
the fear that tbry will not be able to
elect their delegate to congress alter all
Tbi communication from Whipple
Barracks, published In to-day's Citizen,
should be carefully read. Before the
regiment leaves the barracks this Darjer
will probably publish an article about
the "swellneadeduess of some of the
petty otlloers there. The regiment will
probably leave Wednesday of neit week,
for Lexington, Ky.
Tbi advent of hobos for the preseut
fiscal year has already begun without so
licitation by the reeideu. Immigration
oommlHHloner or City Marshal McMillln.
They are coming In larger numbers than
usual at this early stage of the game, so
that the attention of the odloers has been
directed toward them. The extent of the
next winter is a subject tor fearful con
teniulallou. AtUKa MAX UNA,
Sinoe Kl Hepubllcano baa hoisted the
name of Captain Max Luna aa its candi
date for delegate to congress, other pa
pers throughout the territory nave given
the matter some consideration and nave
spoken quite nicely of Captain Luna In
eounection with delegate honors. The
Lordsburg Literal says:
"Kl Republlcauo, a paper printed In
Spanish at ttooorro. Milled by W, K. Mar
tin comes this week with a picture of
Captain Max Luna, one of the Kougu
tUdera, and urges his nomination an
delegate tor congress on the republican
ticket this fall. Captain Luna la the
only ollloer of bpanlsh descent who
fought on the American side during the
lute war with Hpaln. As a represents
live of the war spirit he would be an ac
ceptable candidate to the large number
of voters In the territory who will have
the say as to who shall be our next dele
gate. The republicans must nominate a
man who was known to be all right on
A POIMTkH TO UH Stent) HANTS.
We referred a few days ago to the
movement to discontinue the Han An
tonio and White Oaks mall route aud
substitute a new route from Alamo Gordo
to White Oaks. It seems upon further
Investigation that this contemplated
change Is a well concocted rchenie by Kl
Paso buslueaa men to practically cut off
the southeastern New Mexico trade that
Is now largely coming to San Antonio,
Socorro, Albuqueiu.ua and other towns
along the Ban la Ke Use, and center It all
at Kl Paso. If this new mail route was
a necessity or eonvenleuoe. Incidental
upon the building of the Kl Paso &
Northeastern railroad to Alamo Gordo,
no reasonable man or business Interests
would object, as we tnust all conform to
the changes necessary when new Im
provements are mails and new territory
opeued up by the building of new rail
roads. KarU, however, show that there are
no benefits whatever to be derived from
this new route over the old one except
the seltlrih one that Kl Paso would get the
trade that now belong to other towus.
When the Kl i'at road peuetratee far
enough into the While Oaks country
to make a material saving In the
transportation of mall or freight,
than such changes would naturally take
plane. There Is now a luall Una running
betweeu Las Cruoes, La Lux, Tularoea
aud Mescalero to Kurt Btauton. This
Hue goes within two miles of Alamo
Gordo aud can easily be made to go via
that town. Alamo Gordo would theu
bare a good outlet to all Lincoln county
p tuta without depriving other localities
of their mall facilities and rlirhla.
Iheee schemers In order to make this
new route look plausible to the authori
ties at Washington have slated the dis
tance between Alamo Gordo and White
Oaks as seventy miles, when It Is actual
ly ninety miles, ten miles farther than
the present line from San Antonio to
White Oaks. We do not envy our Texas
neighbor her new railroad- We want to
see railroads built all over the territory,
but onr business men should take hold of
this matter and see that their Interest
re not needlessly escrliWd and a large
community discommoded solely that Kl
Paso may get a little more trade.
T THI PAHKNtS.
THiCiTiKNslncerly hopes that this
may be the most successful year lu the
history of our city schools. When our
schools act upon the remark recently
made by a prominent educator, "Remem
ber that the whole boy goes to school,"
and educates him morally, mentally and
physically, they will be doing for the
children what every school should do
nut it does not rest wholly with the
teacher to accomplish this: a great deal
of the work must be done by the parent.
As the Weher, so the school" Is an
old saying, often quoted, and In a large
measure true. So nearly true Is It that
many people think that If the board
of education makes a wise selec
tion in toe cnoice of teachers, we
will have good schools. If the teacher
has the cordial support of the parents
and patrons, she will always do the chll
dren more good than If the parents do
not co-operate with her.
Kvery good business man knows the
details of the business, or else he could
not make a success. But the same man
koows comparatively little about what
bis boy or girl la doing In school, lie
watches all bis employes closely to see
that they do their work well, but the
teacher well, be knows there Is a teach
er, and that la about all be does know
about It. Is that confidence In the
teacher or Indifference In regard to his
child's welfare? la either case It la a
Molhera and fathers, visit the schools
during the regular every day school work.
Get acquainted with the teacher. She
will be pleased to meet yon. Your chil
dren will be glad to see you there and It
will encourage them. Give the teacher
the benefit of your knowledge of your
children. Tell her about their good
qualities and also abuut their bad qual
ities. If they have any. Learn the
teacher's methods; find out what she Is
trying to do tor the children. Plan how
you can both work together to acoompllxu
the nioet good. In a word, to make the
schools successful the pareuts and the
teachers, the home aud the school mu.it
strive harmoniously to make our boys
manly men aud our girl women ly
8TTJHW Xrf IlROPttN.
Amos Kite, Los Angeles; A. W. Jen
klua, Williams; X. J. Helm, Santa Ke;
.. r teuaeuoerg, nernalllln; J. J. Myers,
Haiou; V. Ksiupe, Las Vegas; A. B. Kelly,
uiieyeuue, nyuutiug; j. r. Murray, Ht
Iajuis;U. K. Aiosailaue, Bland; Frank
AUejua. Socorro; K. W. Calkins. J. H
csuaine. Denver; J. H. Dickey, Kansas
Uiy; W. 0. Uowe. Han Kransleco; b.
Uuotiaii, Ki Paso; L. K. Tinner. Maria,
HUT Kl, HlttliLAND.
K. H. Allison, Wtuslow; K. W. Pierce,
La Junta; M. n. Cosby. Cluciuuall; L. K.
-iair, tuicago; tutor ge K. Kobiusou, Sau
riancisoo; . iiauuiu, hi Paso.
Miss Florence P. Ueu. fluuberrv.
feuu.; Simon Ciuld.WHli, iwrauu, S. j.;
aa. annul ica, tiijuix, A. 1 : U. .
auiith, Chicago; alias A. r-'ieulje, Kewa
uee, W Is.; W. a. stcciews. Kansas Cur.
"Broncho bill" waived examination.
aud U bouud over lu t-L.uM to await the
action of the federal gland jury, lulled
otales Commissioner Victory went over
lu the penitential y to hold Hie examina
tion, but none was held for the above
reason. The accused luau Is doinir as
ell as could bs expected uuder the
circumstauoea. New Mexican.
Mrs. Michael Curtalu, PlaiuQeld. III.
makes the statement, that she cauuht
cold, which willed on her Iuuu-n; sue
was treated for a month by her family
pbysiclau, but grew worse, lie told her
lis was a hopeless viclliu of consumption
auu uiai uo uicuicuie could cure her.
Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New
Discovery lor Consumption: stu- bouuM a
bottle aud to her delight louud herself
(wuellled from first dose, ft lie continued
its use and after laklug six bottles, found
herself souud and wntl; now does her
own housework and is as well as she ever
was. Free trial bottles of this great dis
covery at J. 11. O Hetlly & Lo.'s drug
store. Large b Hlles bo cents aud $l.uu.
We would call the attention of our
friends aud customer to the fact thai
our fall slock of ready-made clothing Is
nerly all lu, aud take pride lu staling
that It Is our belief that we can show the
strongest line ever showu lu the terri
tory. I'riee havd not advanced from
lust season. He sell suits t7.bu aud up
ward, and Invite an early liinoectlou.
Simou Hiern.lhe Railroad Aveuue Clothier.
The Santa Fe club won the third trams
In the serins with Albuquerque at sauta
re yesterday, the score beinir 13 to 12.
Our boys staid over lu Sauta Fe to-day
and this afternoon played ths fount)
gams in the series. They will all return
home to night to take liart lu the irauie
at the fair grounds to-morrow between
King Ilalley s Sluguere and ttvke Vouuu's
Crack -a Jacks.
It will not psv you to give your order
for a new fall suit before vou have looked
over the line of samples at the Backet.
Hulls mails to order for 111 aud up.
Pants J aud up. He pay express, b.
Architect II. I). Johnson returned from
Belen last night, where he had been to
look after ths building or John Becker's
new two atory brick store, for which be
made the plana.
At the meeting of the Moodmen lust
night, George li. Shank was initiated as
a member of the order. Deiicloos re
freshments added to the pleasures of the
Next to wings are I lie Rubber Heels,
can be put on any bhoe. well theu
have you tried them? He Want your ap
proval with the rest. Geo. C. Ualusley
When you are foot sore from wearing
111 Biting shoes, think of your old and re
liable family shoe mull, A. Simpler, who
Is uow prepared to lit you as iu former
Prof. IllUauro, the best violin teacher
lu New Mexico, will give vlollu lessons
aud harmony. Anyone desiring his ser
vices should drop hliu a postal caid, this
Ths rail term of ths Albuquerque
kindergarten will belu next Monday iu
Dr. Hope's hiillillnir, tiu west Gold ave
uue. Ada Philbrlck, directress.
Oh, not You are not looking thin. All
that you used Is a clean shave. Go to
Halm's barber shop. N. T. Armljo build
lug, and get the beet.
Our Correspondent Quote the Scripture
on Corporal naaolng.
A0TBI! LIVILT LITTII.
WHICH. Bahhk k Bept. h.
"And .Immi stult remember tint tlmti (nrti a
boor1in.il in the Umi of Ksypt; I'lerrfttrr I
command titer i lo tins till g."- Knit. M4, 4J.
All I I orp r,il Alinulng trie I 1 1 (111
in in . xixictn oi H'ptcm ier o
He at.eniptod to C infill", jnuityorix
cuse the facts hietofore ptibiHirtl lu
I HI 1 ITIKN Hut he fil.4 u.U. Mllv
He neeer ves credit tor bis i ffort and pny
or ins laiiure. I navo read the article
It Is entitled "I lie other hide." r eel
pected to read sonietliliia. hut we resd
only what Hmnlet answered Ho alio
"words, words, words full of sound and
rury, (assumed) atgnirylng nothing. H e
were deceived as badly as the pious
Brahman who went out to rnrclaea
One sheep fit for sacrifice. He met a
rogue who hail a mangy, unclean cur li
a rag. i lie rngne said unto hliu: 'tlh
Hraliiiian, 1 think thou art hiintlnir
sheep and I have here one sweet of iWi
and fine of wool and well fit for sncrl
flee." I'pnn seeing it the pious Brahman
exclaimed, "Uh. lliou of false tongue
I ms is not a sheep, but au tigly cur
unfit tor sacrifice." Than another rogue
approached, and yet another, and Ciej
persuaded the Brahman that the dirty
cur was a real sheep and he took It and
sacrificed it and the gods In anger smote
nun sorely, me only difference Is Iliat
the New Mexi"an Correspondent's ex
pulsion fool's nobody. Kvertboily knows
UK. wiialll la livery little helo-i. as
the old sow aatd when she snapoed at
gnat. It Is if If contradictory. In
the headlines it admits dlsiatls
factlon at Whipple. Farther down
the . column It states til
no men are diNsatind except thrre who
could not make a dollar at bom. If thnr
could not make a dollar at home, why In
me name or Aristotle are they dl-watis-lied
with (15 IXJ and found here? Again
thi re are not many, as stated, In each
company who speak Spanish. Again.
he says, "These petitions consist mainlr
or cnargee egaiuai nui.wr ami a tearful
plea for pubilo pity. These are fal-e
words either jammed Into or emulating
irom a nanny Drain and written bv
false hand. He speaks ot ths "mliihtv
appeals oi ins Disgruntled volunteer.
Ills own mighty appeal has gone forth
His white flag has gone up. He wants
to go home to nurse. He has solicited
atlliWvits of physical disability. Wears
creditably Informed of these facts. If
they are true, like the poisonous reptile,
ne nas turned his poisou upon blint'l'
No wonder he said to a fellow soldier:
1 have to write a letter which I hate to
do." Why should be write a letter which
he hates to write f Hence our text.
is says: "I he netltoners made a
grand mistake lu attempting to place
their olllcers lu a false light." There Is
only one way to answer such slop. It
is raise. Any illogical thing uiu-hoh
cau get a logical conclusion with major
ami minor raise premises but ths cou
elusion will also ha false. I might as
wen say or air. Manning no woman
has horns be Is no woman therefore.
he has horns. Although I did not slin a
petition. I saw them and know that no
i, Ulcers names were nieutlonel therein
nor In the remotest degree referred to.
He further says:
"It was ascertained that a member of
the Albuquerque company, named ft 11
cox. Intended to desert, and one of the
in ire Intelligent recruits Induced him to
sign a previously written appeal and
-end It to Delegate Ferguseou. In It,
the 'soft J ibs' held by the olllcers were
eulargfld ou and the grievances of the
brave soldier boy s -t forth lu terms war
ranted to wrlug sympathy from a door
No one knows to-day if Wilcox has de
serted. Few believe It. If It is true it
Is because ot threats made after the Fer
guHn letter appeared. I say to you aud
my countrymen, we came forth to endure
the "grievances of the brave soldier
boys." We sosgiit thsra and havs found
them not. How, then, complain of themY
The tlllners, he says, "mortgnged their
pay to provide comforts for the UHiula-r
of their companies." What nlllcersy
What comforteY The silence of the eter
nl hills, only, answers. Ths Santa Fe
boys are all right They were before the
Maiming letter, and they are yet as I
write. More than UO per cent of them
desire a discharge. We do not want
luxuries," not even the "comforts of
life," but only such necessities as are
easily obtainable, and as ought to be had.
lei this hallowed scribe e ileum If thus
swells: "The luxuries and some of the
comforts of lite must be dispensed with
temporarily." What kl"- of worms this
'bird" ate before building his uest here
would weaken one's appetite to know.
For sure he wants to leave It now, eggs
and all, and sing "patriotic songs" at
home. Now unties what this succulent
sprout says after trying to convince
everybody that everything Is all huukl
dorl: Ills safe to assert that the officers
are as little pleased wilh the exletlng
conditions as the enlisted meu. They
aredtsgusted with being held in ram
shackle barracks and receiving no con
sideration from the powers that be, ami
will gladly welcome release or activity."
Then there are some existing condi
tions, are there? But listen to this war
ble: "To be surs, lack ot comfort, sick
ness, rigid discipline and ireneral hard
ships are features of army life; but the
volunteers expected It and fairly scram
bled for opportunities to suffer for their
couutry." Now, what did you Intend to
writs about, slelerY Vou are out at the
same hole where you went iu, for you
say: "Some of the Santa Fe boys feel
that their usefulness expired with the
declaration ot peace and would be ffla.l
to return to their renumeratlv.i post
tlon.M WbTdoynu.'ot say how many
lhat "some" Is? You have not contra
dicted one fact stated in Tin Citi.km.
lou have nnnoiisctoiisly confirmed must
of them. Private Burlon of your com
pany was the other day bid from sight in
a iimeiy grave on me mounts u s i e.
You know the luclplenny of his fever was
in the guard house, whence be wim taken
to the hospital to die ot ths fev, r You
know thai since Thi Citi.kn has called
attention to that hot bed ot disease, it
has beeu condemned and abandoned. To
day, the Albuquerque hoys, for the first
time, ale like men, at tables. Kverything
has so luproved, not only iu the Albu
querque company, bnt lu others. Per
haps ma olllcers were not wlllfnllv and
maliciously remiss, bat only negligently
1 3. Their Improvement shows vour work
one of supererogation. So vou are
spanked aud let go. H .
HobbtHl tha Urmrm.
A startliuir Incident, of uMi-h tr
John Oliver of riilladelphia, was the aiil
jeci, is narrated by hliu as follows: "1
was In a uioet dreailful condition. M
ekln was alinoet yellow, eves sunkun.
tongue coaled, pain eoiitiiiuallv In Imek
and sides, no appetite gradual ly grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physio
lans hal given nie un. KurliniHi..i
friend advised trying KletMrlo HltterH;'
and to uiy great joy ami surprise, the
tlrst iMittle mails a decided Improvement.
I continued their use for three weeks
and am uow a well man. I know they
saved my life and robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fall to
try them. Only 50 cents per bottle, at
J. H.O Uellly A, Co. 'a drug store.
Kseaal Hulleta to Ula or rarer.
Hay C. Iluell. a half brother r If. C
Knell of this plane, was a sergeant in a
weeteru New York regiment aud was e
iwlallv mentioned by the Itochenter
lially lleuiocrat and Chronicle of Augant
115 fur bravery In the three data' Hol.i in
front of Santiago. Uurluv that iWlit he
saw his raptatu literally blown to pieces
by a shell. His own gun barrel was
struck by a alauser bullet, and soon af-
terward the stock of his gun was struck
and carried swat b a tixa rt .i.n
Herg-ant Bnell came through ths fight
without a scrstch. Afterward hs had the
rever. tin'. It was stl noosed. had rsenvere I.
The nems fix's since been received that he
riled of pernicious malarial fever at
Hsnuago ou Aiiijutt 20. Cerrllloa Regis
A Orrst .nllh statesman's Honrs!.
The secret of a celebrated Kogllsh
statesman's lung life was his syitematlc
ay of estmg Kvery bite of food was
cnewed thirty times before swallowing
Hie retoid was be naturally enjoyed
i o d li' a'th. Mt men and women boll
Iheir fiNNl, and eat things which were
never iniemie I to lis eaten. They become
co-Uve, have a b id roiu lexloo, lose flsh.
ereiniiiiiieai.il nervous, and the first
tiling tncy k io i they are "played out
H U gratifying ,o kn W that Hosteller's
Moniacii miters cures stomach troubles
ltl purely a Vegetable medicine that
stood thn test of mny years. It cures
cases which seem to be hope lews. Suf
ferers fiKirn any disorder of rhe stomach,
liver cr ooweis should try It.
J (IS I'll IIOIIIHKR SHOT.
Stuilrnt at Clous Military Institute Mla
takra for rroit Thl.f.
Joseph iKiugher, son ot Mrs. A. M.
Ooiigher, the proprietress of ths Grand
Central hotel at Kl Paso, who attended
the Goss Military Institute in this city
lust year, was shot in the left leg near
K I Paso Wednesday. H was taking a
drive with a ynung lad; friend and when
they came to bis mother's ranch, he went
Into the orchard to gather some grapes.
A man by the name ot Arnlcke. who haa
charge of the ranch, caught sight of him
and, thinking that he was a fruit thief.
niaxd away wlih his shot gun, three
buckshot lodging In Dingher'a left
Imtjgher Immediately returned to Kl
Puso and had his wounded leg xsmlned
by a physician, who found two ot the
shot In the II -eh and ths third in the
back of the kne J Int. None of them
are considered serious and voiins:
IKiugher will probably lis attending his
clas.es at the Gos Military Institute
again In a few weeks.
TO Ot'KK A KILO IN ONI IAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
AH druggMa refund the money If It falls
to cure. 2."c The centime L. R (J on
On Wednesday evenlns? a nnlet wed
ding occurred at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Rogers, of Cerrllloa. Their
daughter Mies Mlntle, was united In
marriage to Ross C. I utecrove. a former
resident and business man ot Cerrlllos.
now ranching at Belen.
Kv Mr. nblaoii, of this city per
formed the ceremony.
To ths I'uhlle.
J.C. Root, eovrreian poninisnder and
founder of WiMxIcrafl, will address a pub
lic meeting of the cltlxns of Alhiiiiuer-
hue at Knight of Prthlas hall on Hunriav
afternoon at o'clock. Kverybodv Is
cord tally Invited to be present and bear
this gifted orator.
J. W. Andkhson. C. C.
Attest: I) K. I'll i LU ik, Clerk.
Slorui la M mi I In Valley.
This section was visited bv an un-
ii'tmllj heavy thunder and rain storm
Von.iity evenlnir. The llnlitnlni seemed
sharp and very near. A oottaife on the
raticti of I'ror. lllrain lladlv, used by his
help, was struck and the paper more or
lew burned off the Interior and the In
mates were quits severely shacked.
Dona Ana County Kepuhlieau.
Strong and Well
Great Change in Health Sine
Taking Hood'a Sartaparilla
No Other Medicine Can Taka Ita
Place aa m Hood Purifier.
" My little girl was thlo and alckl. bat
she has bvsn taking Hood's Saraaparllla
and now aha la atrong and well. My hus
band baa taken Hood'a Haraanarllla for
sorvneeaof Ilia lungs and bowel complain!
ana 11 tiaa bellied blm a-reatlT. Other
mam bent of the family bava derived ben
efit from It." Mhs. Amt Wilcox. 241
North Third Street, Halt lake City, Utah.
-we are never without a bottle of
Hood'a Rarsaparllla in our house, for no
otbfr medicine can taVa ita place aa a
blend purifier and health restorer. We
And that gaod health la the general result
of taking It. My aged grandparent have
naed It fur year, and would not be with'
out It." Minkib Mcbdock. Hebar. Utah.
Is the Pu-lo fiuit the One Tru Blood Purlin
Hold hy all drugvlrta. frtca, l all for M,
linntt's Pilla tiia onir pins to uke
1IUUU 9 I HIS with Hood SaraaparUia.
Immiirulate Conreiltlnn Karlr ma
7; children's mass, 0; Sunday 8chool,W:30;
uie mass, in; jo.
l'reachitlg at tll I'reebvterlan church.
nnver aveuue and t mil street at 11 a. m
aim up, ill. i . r. B. i. K. at 7:15 p. ni.
Miinday school ID a in. All are cordially
u.ibrij. reaiiie. oasior.
ueainan Lutheran St. I'aiil'a church
Key. T. A. Heodrat. tiastor. Merman
Mtiuiiav st'hisil at IOa.ru. German ser
vices at 10 a. iu. KngllHh services at 8 p.
m. All are cordially Invited.
Usual services at ths Kirst Dentist
church to-morrow. Morning suhlect:
nunw nuai ion neneva ami atv
hveulng subject: "The (Jonquerlug
nrisi. piruugers especially invited.
("t'ligregatlonal Church Broadway and
teal avenue. rraiiK u. Alien, pastor.
Hervices at II a m and H p. m. Huudsy
school at H:35 a. m. X. V, 8. C. K. at 1
p. m. All seats free. A cordial welcome
Ht. John's Kplscnpal Uth Sunday
after Trinity Celeliratinu of the Holy
Ciimniuulnti, 7 a. ni. Horning praver,
a. in. evening prayer, p. ni. The
itignt llev. Bishup Kendrlck will preach
morning and evening. Next Friday
aftenioon the l.lttiiiy will be said at 4:30.
Highland Methodist Church. South -M.
Ilndgsou. pastor. Sabbath school. 10 a.
in; League service, 7 p. ni; preaching
morning and evening by the pastor;
hours of worehlp, 11 a. m. and H p m:
Sacrament of Uird's Hupiier at close of
morning service. I'rayer meeting, W ed
nmlajs, H p. m; Hilile study, Krldays,
H p. m. All cordially invited. Hrlng
your frieuds with you.
Miss Hilda Armljo, daughter of Mrs. N.
T. Armljo, aud Anita Arinljn, daughter of
Mrs. I,. J. ile Armlj i, will leave this even
ing to resume their studies in Ht. Louis,
Highest Honon World' Fair,
Ould Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Pars Qrp Cream ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THF STANDARD,
BEST IS N01T0!) GOOD FOR VOU!
We will Sf II you Stnvo
U fsuviTr Mra- II
3lnfn.ro. (JJj ars. ei if yt
i I st Usui n iam! p.
Donahoe Hardware Co.
CORNER RAILROAD AVENUE AND THIRD STREET.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO
Livery, Sale, Feed
Scr.tjrl St., rsi-tween RiflrcaH nrl CYpjr Aw
Her aed Mnlaa UovcM r.S BxakanoaJ
Aganta for Colnmbaa Baoor Con?-,
Ths Btt Taraouti la tL city
AaarefM . l. j JXJUrJLJC ft
would be cared
You carry assurance
some assessment com
pany your loved ones
are provided for if you
die to-night. But sup
pose you live io, 15, or
20 years are you sure
that your policy will then
be good for its face value?
Are you sure that it will
then be good for any
thing at nil?
Head the eitraru from the re
pott of the Insurance Com
miMlnrter of Maaaachunetta,
which will be furnl.hedoa ipll
cation THE EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
"Strongest In the World.'
WALTER N. PARKHURST,
Meilro and Arizona Department.
ALHi yraHgi t. N. M.
UELItll & EAKIN,
Wholesale Liquor and Cigar Dealers,
AMD SOLI AGENTS FOI
wrfiandle evtirytlilug to our line. A
cumiilote illtiHtruted prlre IKi etot free
Uhiii application. THK l.OWKsr
IHRKU LiyiOK UOl'HK la Ibe Went
II SOUTH FIHST ITHItKT,
ALHlUfKRQLK. N. M.
What , II. Wuubar
Haa for Sal
Somf rholie loia In dralrablc loratlona at
low pru rs. ahU ai llirin.
ImmiI, nrarly nt-w plisetun, chrap.
KlKlll-ruillll tirU-k llllllM 1.11 llrti.lf.w mrl.l.
baili KMiin, cliraiii tx-l lot aliou lu Ibr cily.
J, loo Corner of llrtiAilwuy anil Coal ave
nu. 1 lot BmUl Im, s liour, 111., one of
rooms and our of 7 rooms. 1 hla la ouc ol the
beat loctlioua and la a baisalu.
Tliira lou ou Gold avenua near Sao Kelipe
rourlola on Coal avenue, enrnf. of Thir.t
tieet. will uc mid at a baigain; will sell two il
i.woo-Two himsea with 4 lota In onr of the
beat locationa on North r ililt aiieeti lliry rent
for S:ib iter month ; a barsslu.
M lamia Imimi 10 mic. to 110 arrea.
r irat. clans property 111 all parta ol the city.
A nice iilaie near the Atlantic fu.-iiii-
Ueneral oltuea. 4-rooiii hoiiae, nearly new.
Willi lot 111,111 (cel. I'nce Vl.UbO; easy
Home choice lota at low prlcea In dlrlerent
paria ol the city.
S.t.boo - r Hie rani he of T acrea. all in 0,uul
cultiatli n; lota ol fruit of the heal uualitv:
brh k houae of 4 simhJ rooma. 1'bia plat e la
'J'a lllllea north ot Ilia citv. and im ..i.m ..I tl.
tieat I'Isa ea lu the valley.
a i nuo-iu one ot llie Peat locations In the
lluhlauda. on aouth llroailaav: Lih k h.inui
V rooma and baib room; lot butU. feet: a
Sl.boo-In the llmhlanda. on South Waller
street, a Iota luuilll feel, With buck houae ol
a rcMiioa. alauie. eu:.
run BALS OH HUNT.
kanrh. HU nillea .nit Irin ii.m. I.....I u.uut
buildiiiss. laiss bouae. atablea etc. '
4 I iold Avenue,
Comer ol Third atieet.
Dua't Tukarru Spit aaa katoka liter Ula aaav.
To quit bibacco easily and forever be mas
none, lull of lit, nerve ana vigor, lake No 'l o
use, ms wonder worker, that makes weak sues
atroiig All druaiieia, Hk or II. Curafuaran
teea. Booklat and aarupla Iraav AdOraaa
t wrung kauaO; c, Utlsag or Near Yosts
f Bottled in Bond.
or llHrgo on Kay Term)
aod Transfer Stable
Carta, Spring Wagotu, Victorti
Etc , for Sale : : i 4
roM AJbuaneron X.w MatIm
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
meitic Coal io me. Yard
opposite Freight Offii
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 164,
Uld telephone No 25,
Leave order Trimble' stable
A. E. WALKER,
Kf RE INSURANCE
Stcratirf latoil Balldla( iuotlitloo.
at 4. U. Itolilrlda-a's tinW Tarsi
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meats. .. .. .. ...
Steam Sausage Factory.
31 A 8 ONI C TEMPLE,
EM IL KLEIN WOKT, Trop
Call at Headquarters for
leather, naraesa, Saddles, Saddlnrr,
Saddlery Hardware, Cut Boles, Bhoe
naiut, names. U'lalua, W bins. Collars,
Sweat Pads, t'Bstor Oil. Axle Urease,
R,Ul!t l.UK III ITnl.. V ...! -!
Harvester OlI.NealxfootOlT. Ijtrd Oil
Harness OU, Lluseed Oil, Castile dotp,
namees noap, larriafre Hpongetl
Cliauiols Hkiu, Horse Medicines.
Prloo tbsa ZJoxxrsaaat.
Ulghest Uarket Prices Paid for Bldea
Thos. F. Keloher,
40 Railroad Ave Albuaucrooe.
BALLING BROS., Paoraiaroaa
AelJinf?; Cakes a Specialty I
We Desire Patronaf a, and we
Guarantee F irat-CI aaa Baklnt .
Fslacrapb orders eoliclteo' and Promptly Villa;)
Buy or Sell,
AMliH A. MWY,
Oi wMlums Aruotu
400 Pure Bred French Merino
Backs for Sale,
Klirlitenn months old. Heavy Bliearnrs
ii lo 27 pounds. lHdlveTed on rtrs in
lots of 60 or more at $10 prr liead.
300 BUCK LAMBS
Dropped In Kidiruary eanie stock-(5
per hi'kd. Kor ruiifre slieep Merinos
bent them all.
JACOB KOKBEK & CO
at an a fact ore of and Dealer
Tbe Best Bastara-Mails Teblcles
Pine Boi-je-Shoeinf a Specialty.
Batiatactloa duaranUad la Ail Work
rUpeirinf, Paintlnf anJ Trlmmln
uuoe on soort rtuiioa. I t I i i t i
Stiop, Corner Ceppr It. ui First 8L
AUDQDSBQOB. If. W
Hlsbaat Oaab Frloaa fald
Kor furniture, stoves, carvels, clothlne.
trunks, narnesa, sadJIes, shoes, elc.
Hart's, 117 U0I1I avenue, next to Wells
Cargo K 1 press otlloe. Hee me before you
buy or sell.
It Bassa ths Chllilraa.
Cliaoiberlalu's Cough Ktuieilv lias
saved the lives of thousands of croupr
children. It Is also without an euual
ior cuius auu wuoopiug oouku.
Aa eiiwrlnripe of Tears enable J. I..
Hell & Co. to furnlHh lust what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited; free de
livery. No-To ttac for Mrir tvuta.
uaranUMtt tt,Ntoi liaoit t-urn. makaa wnalt
tusa airuu. biuuU twr. (ue, (1. All Uruaais
. mm c
Santa Fc, Now Mexico.
PALL TERM OPENS PKl'TEMIJEU 5.
For I'artitulara Apply to
U Kndnrti-fi by
And BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER.
Afcnl for Nw Mexico.
Also Aa-ent for the best rlflMUXO nnd 1,0 N AfK'IAriO.V
"Til lU IOTIDfJaTn.IaA.L.."
8TK-K ...H SAf.R. MONK Y TO LOAN.
Academy of "Our Lady of Light"
SANTA FE, 1JIKI.S AN I) YOLNU LADIKS.
t'OSOITTSIl BV TSS
SISTERS OJtP LORETTO.
Th 4fith Ar(lfnilc Term Will Open Monday, Split fitli, 19.
Thtt Artilrmv ) itnaif . in mfii .t..dirtaMd u..ni, i. .1... .1... ... .
I he coiirirsr 1 tf ifitriit-fiini 1'ninnn.e ...,ru
ediir.l,,,,,. M,.,,,-.,,.l Art m-eivi a ai r
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A.11 tlie Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The folio win a is the.
nalyaia of one of the various sprinirs at the Resort:
oouiuiu tnioriae, grains per gallon 197
Calcium sulphate, grains per g.illon 14360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5.88
Total ix. 3371
Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Alhunurrmift
foi the springs every Wedneday
Order slate at O. W. Strong's,
venue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB Proprietor.
te4 A coinP1
Good Goods at Low Pricos.
Wholesale Grocer I
Oar Lts m 9uolittv.
'arm and Freight Wagons I
RAILROAD AVFNUF. :
f iila ago
First St. and lud
Finest Whiskies, Iinpcrtcd k4
Tke Coolest and Blfhrst
( Xsi CATOAR11C t
ac ouc vaWafc.Ja DRUGGISTS
Finest lillllurd Hall la thy Territory.
Finest and Host Imported and Domestic Cigars
KlIINsroN I MOOUB'S
F.imous S:.i;i'j L-ave
ri'7"For thi Resort.
M'-rr FV-d ail SaU-s ttlila.
IH('r-i n n iv pirt o' fin-lly f ir onlv 2")n.
Old T lp,niie So . Nv? Telephone o. 114
COPfEH IVEXUB, Bet
Sionl and Thirl Sts
CIIAK 1 KKKI 1S74
hiv rniiii a, ,u
t.,..... t. ..... . .
,7, ' """""" " "" "
and Health Resort,
and Saturday morning.
corner Second street and Conner
VVtiW,. ,S ,a
ete tStok of
a'e Sli-'M'f, of A!l
Albuquerque. N. M.
Cirri the l.arfrrt tnd
istapls : groceries:-
To t rnaitd ttotitliat.
ALBUQUSPOt'E. N. M.
tllll PltB'.l. I'J
Krank V Jotioi ,