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THE DAILY CITIZEN
HCUI1K8 A MoCKKHiHT. tTfiLlflHRRfl
Tho. Hchhss Kdltor
W. T. UcCRKiflRT, Ron. M(rT. and City K1
rVHUIIHIIIi ItAll.t AMU KIIILI,
Associated Prom Afternoon Telegrams.
OUlolal Paper of HernalilloConnlj.
I,argt City and County Circulation
Ths Largmt Now Mexico Circulation
Largsst North Anion Circulation
ALHl'grKKQl'K, SKIT. 12. lHl
Timbkh ex per In tsttmat that ths tlm
bsr supply of the Sacramento moantalni
would last 1R0 tsars, sawing It op at the
rate of 128 ,WO ft per day.
Thi citizens of Karmtngton, New
Mexico, hare purchased a Navajo rug
woven lo the design of the American flag
and Kent it to Theodore Roosevelt, of the
"Rough Kider," as a token of their re
gard. Rattlrnak rh are said to be worse
thla year out went than for many year
past; In fart, the oldest inhabitants can
not remember when they were a numer
on, llany One carves bar been bitten (
resulting In death In few hours. The
bite I almoet equally fata to grown
animal, but the action of the polaon 1
not o rapid.
Thi Irrigation eon green took a practi
cal atop In the appointment of a Commit
tee to urge npon the congress at Wash
ington the Importance of gorernment
help In the arid regions. The secretary
of the Interior la understood to be heart
ily In favor of anch help, and large
number of congressmen are known to be
In sympathy with the movement.
The Lm Vega Optic, In Its comment
on the non payment of the poll tai, says
"The poll tai, which goes to the school
fund, must be paid. This la the only tai
that many people pay, at all, and many
of this bomber bars large families of
children, beneficiaries of the public school
system. Kven those who have no ehtl
dren ahould b mors than glad to pay
their tai to the public schools, on which
rest the Immovable foundation of Ameri
Thi Williams, A. T, News says: The
New Me i too Valr and Driving associa
tion, which commences at Albuquerque
September 27, Is attracting more than
usual attention In this vicinity this
season. Literature Itemizing the attrac
tions seems hard to get, but ths purses
offered, especially In the way of base ball
prlies will attract all of the base ball
enthusiasts along the line of the Santa
F Pacific, llany have signified their
intention of going, aud there should be
some good games."
TBI charge of the Twenty-first Ltn
eers in the Soudan was a gallant and
brilliant performance. It shows the
stuff of which the Auglo Saxon is made.
Imagine what an army would do, com
posed of such material as the Twenty
DM Lancers aud of the traops that
charged up the hill of San Juan! What
could withxtand theni? What could
bear np against such furious onslaught?
If ever an Anglo-American army should
operate agaluxt a common toe, there
would be fighting that would thrill the
souls of warriors like l'hil Kearney, who
never was so happy as when there was
"the devil's own fighting along the whole
a iiirrtKiNr hnk.
ThiCitizin Is pleased to note that
the Ban Marclal Bee ban turned it bat
teries fur the good, and publishes the
following true article about Albuquerque
and the approaching territorial fair:
W are pleased to note that the amall
pos visitation at Albuquerque ha taken
wings, aud that the aluioephere in aud
about New Uextno'a leading city is free
from the pueMiblllty of danger to the
thousands of people who by their pres
ence will assist In making the coming
territorial fair the best and the most far
reaching in Its reunite in the history of
the aseoctatlin. ban Marclal, as usual,
will be well represented, for our people
admire the determination of Albuquerque
to lead In all things having lu view the
advancement of the territory aud the
annual reunion of the people who make
local prosperity possible.
MURK OfKKA Mot K POLITICS.
TheBpaDlsh cabiuet.lt is said, "real
lies the neceeetty of Bt-udiug warships"
to the Philippines tor the protection of
Spanish Interests there.
But no Spanish warships will go with
out the permission of the L'ulted States
not that Spaiu has warships which are
likely to cause trouble but they will
not go merely a a matter of official
propriety unless the I nlted States ap
proves. If this government decides to take the
Philippine Islands by that action it will
also pledge Itself to prolei t all interest a
there, those of Spain included.
Desire for annexation Is spreading
among the people of the Islands. Aguln
aldo, dismayed by the growing evidence
that authority is slipping from bis hands
is making some sbsurb theuteulug dem
onstrations, but he alarms no one.
Th Phlllpplue quiet iun Is going to
settle lwelf. We ar not going to have
trouble to speak o( with the Insurgent
chief and none of the Kuropean powers
appear disposed to get Into controversy
with the United States over the dlsposi
tlon of the Islands.
Spanish diplomacy continues to be of
the opera bouffo character, aud so Ha
gasta and his colleagues talk ponderously
of sending warships to Manila, but their
ships will continue to lie aud rust iu the
harbors of Spain.
Populism is nearly dead. All over the
eouutry the signs read the same way.
The party, under various "fusluu" agree
ments, has ostensibly allied Itself with
ths democrats in a great many place.
The principles of this aggregation of cu-
rloslt'M, If neh follies tun be fulled
principle, have nearly all been absorbed
by the democratic party, but the men
who were once rerngnliied as leader are
almost faded out of sight, and there ran
be no revival of the party onder the con
ditions In which it has sprung np and
wilted. The reason for Its demise Is not
far to seek. The party was, far front br
Ing progressiva, essentially reactionary
It refused to take the lemons of experi
ence, and wandered off after strange
prophets. Then again, the democrats
appropriated the principles of the popu
lists, and what was there left for the vic
tims but to become democrats? Of
course, In some local matters, especially
in the south, the populists and the repub
licans will be found working together
for the defeat of ths democrats. But as
a general proposition It is trne that the
day of populism, of the Peffsr-Allen-Slmpsnn-Hutler-
Watson sort, has nearly
reaoed its end.
now orratiiiMi Hrt.r.
A short time ago Thi Citizkn had oc
casion to "call down" the Sierra County
Advocate for Its short-sightedness In
fighting the territorial fair, or rather In
notifying the fair officials that should
they want any notices in that great, in
fluential weekly Journal they mast pay
ten rents per line. The next Issue of
the Advocate contained the following
nice notice, showing that Kdltor Bennett
has concluded to get on the right track
and stay awhile, until after the fair at
least, with progressive, enterprising
We will answer Tin Al.m ui rH'jri
ClTl.KN after the coming territorial talr
Is over, not before. I utll then let the
music plsy and the rls"ce go on. Kor
the bent-Ill of our readers ws will say
tnai ine rair win begin at Albuquerque
on September 37th and onllnue nntll
October 1st, and be the best fair ever
held In isw Mexico and In mny of the
states. The prices are very large and
exhibits moat attractively arrange 1.
Sierra comity should be represented by
mineral, agricultural and stock einll.tu.
as the attendance of visitors from ths
east promisee to be Immense The rail
road, no doubt, will afford the nsunl
Cheap rates, and a large delegation of our
people should attend. Let us. now. be no
anil making ready or me territorial
"Thi State National Loau & Trust Co.
of Texas, with headquarters at Kort
Worth, desires to secure agents In New
Mexico towns where the opportunities
are good for loaning money on busin
and residence property." Han Marcial
Bee. This is the outfit that once npon a
time bad an agent In this city, and abso
lutely repudiated legitimate bills con
trarted by the agent for the good of that
company. The readers of Tin Citi.kn
are requested to spurn the State National
Loan & Trust company of Kort Worth,
Texas, and wherever they meet its agent.
Chaa. Zoerb, give him a sound kick
Thi Silver City Kuterprlse warns the
people of that town against the "con
tagious" democrats In this way: "Dating
from August 31, the city has been quar
antined for thirty days against public
exhibitions, shows, etc , or any other ex
traneous matter liable to become infec
tious. Th city council, when this order
was promulgated, overlooked the fact
that the democratic party is liable to
bold a meetlug within the corporate
Mmlts of the town within the proscribed
Whin New Mexico once becomes thor
oughly developed It will be one of the
most prosperous states of the nnlon.
Onr mines will furnish employment to a
vast population who will be supplied
with their meats, fruits and agricultural
products by the farmers and stock raisers
of the territory, and big freights being
saved, will Insure good prices on ev-ry
tiling prouucea nere.
Thi Democrat appeared Sunday morn
ing as an eight-page all-column dally,
Instead of four-page folio, and in its
announcement of the change stated that
the Monday morning Issue would be sus
Bevkhiano M. Sanchka former
Spanish editor of Colfax county, died at
Wagon Mound the other day.
Yeelartlaj'e Hall Oeina.
The cold weather yeetrday afternoon
prevented a large crowd from turning
out and witnessing the exhibition base
ball game between Bailey's Hluggers ami
Voung'i Irack-a-Jacks. The latter club
won by a score of 17 to H. Burt Jones
pitched a tew luulng aud his apu-arance
lu the box was greeted by a round of
band-clapping, which showed that he
still maintained his position of a favorite
with the Albuquerque fans, H title yes
terday's game was not particularly bril
liant It demonstrated the fact that Al
buquerque has the material to orgaulze
a team that will make a creditable show
ing at the fair touruauieut.
Sierra Coualj'. Kepreeeatallve.
Kvery board of county commissioners
in New Mexico have the privilege, once
a year, of appointing a caJet to the New
Mexico military Institute, at hVoswell, N.
M. Therefore, at their regular meeting
this week ths Sierra rouuty board of
commisslousrs examined aud appoiuted
iiaruu miner Kelly, son of our worthy
assessor, to the Koewell Institute, with
Juan Aragon, a voung niau of San Jose,
as alternate. The appointee receives his
board and tuition free, lie left for Kos
well yesterday. Advocate.
final lr. I riret
The Albuquerque Auction Company
have Just received 'Jul pairs of the best
shoes kept In stock by Schutuan & Co.,
the well known shoe dealers of Santa Ke,
who recently burned out. These shoes
are worth from $i to ft but will be sold
at from 60 cents to $1.d0 per pair. They
are to be sold by order of the board of
underwriters aud tha sale will only last
for a few days. Doors will be open at
V o'clock aud two door keepers will be on
hand to preserve order aud eee that
everybody gets walled on promptly.
Come early aud avoid the rush.
c'ukhk Auxm.kh. Manager,
gib Railroad avenue.
Tu Ilia l-uklle.
We respectfully inform the public that
we have moved our offices to the ware
rooms of Kiseiiiann Bros , where ws will
henceforward deal iu sheep and wool,
To those ludi bted to us we wish to
state that, having treated them with ut
most consideration aud believlug in
reciprocity, ws request them to call soon
and settle, else we will be obliged to
place the accounts In the hands of our
attorney with directions to bring suit.
We would call the attention of our
friends anil customer to the fact that
our fall stock of ready-made clothing Is
nearly all lu, and take bride in stuilno
that It is our belief that we cau show the
strongest Hue ever shown lu the terri
tory. 1'rloe have not advanced from
last season. Ha sell suits $7.60 and up
ward, aud luvits an early liipeetloii.
Simon Slern.the Hull road AvenueClothier.
There are a number of extremely bail
counterfeit coin dollars lu circulation lu
ths city. Our merchants should be on
From the H (-fritter.
Superintendent McN'nItv reports the
turqii'il mine in steady aud satisfactory
Mrs. lom (irlllln, whose life ni des
paired of a week ago. Is mneh Improve',
and now has good chances for complete
('willing Klder Hodgson, of Albuquer
que, will preach at the Madrid Methodist
church on Wednesday evening, September
II, and will hold the rourth Quarterly
conference In Cerrillos the following
Hmallnox still exists at OrtU station
Three riwea have lately been developed
at Madrid aid were promptly nut under
strict quarantine by the local authori
ties, i ne disease was brought from iler
nailllo by a careless Mexicau.
From the New Metlran.
Lineman J. B. Murphy, of ths Western
Ciiion, has been In town the last day or
two, superintending the setting up of
poles for a renewal of ths line between
this city and Kxpauola. Mr. Murphy left
for the north this morning.
Mrs. A. S. (Jul n ton. of Phllapelphla,
president of the Woman's Indian com
mission, expects to be in Santa Ke this
week. She will make an address In the
Presbyterian church on the evening of
the IMth, ou the Indian question.
W ord was received lu this city Satur
day that Mrs. Lena Schult. of An
geles, mother of Mrs. 1. H. t alron, of
this city, and W. 0. Walz, of Kl I'aso, had
suffers I a stroke of paralysis. Bith Mr.
and Mrs. Catron are absseut from town
P. J. trleason, euperlnteiidnnt of the
Santa Ke Kruil co npany's evaporator
plant, went to Denver Saturday to see
about additional machinery, and returi.s
Wednesday. Mr. itleasou considers tlie
outlook for ths new plant as promising.
William n hits, one o the pioneers of
New Mexico, died at bis home on Man
hattan avenue Thursday night atil:-ro
o'clx'k. of Br: ghl's dlsesfe, after an Ill
ness of about tnree mouths, aged S years,
ten month ami three days.
A number uf Haute he citizens who
are members In gl ami honorsble
standing of the Mdiiiity club of Kl Paso,
will be pleased lo learn that that famous
organization will hold an elaborate
blow out on the lWUl Inst., at the club
house and gardens ot the club in Kl
A large shipment of peaches was mails
Krlilav ulght to ths Grand Vall-v Krult
company, of Denver. Other shipments
are being made of the same nature, and
it Is reported that the Denver men are
palming off New Mexico fruit on Dxnvsr
citizens as the product of the Urand val
ley lu Colorado.
From the Optic.
Pete Both bas a black bear weighing
ooO pounds, which was shot near the
sheep din our miles south or town.
The father of Jose M. Baca, a returned
Rough Klder, died Thursday night on the
west side at the advanced age of 73 years.
Mr. Baca knew his son and rejo'ced at
bis return from the war.
Mrs, Anderson, ot San Marclal. who re
cently suffered a severe surgical opera
tlon. Is rapidly couvaleiclug, and will
soon leave tor ner n-itne.
William H. Sprry, non compos mentis.
was brought down rrom louax county
by Marlon Llttrell an1 turned over to the
territorial asvluni tor the lostne.
Prank Welsh, Tom Tipton and Dave
Lynum have been out In pursuit of cattle
thieves. After some skillful detective
work they finally traced the leader of the
gang, Apoinnlo uarcla, to Wagon Mound,
from which point they gave lilm a tree
excursion to Las Vegas, vt nether he re
turns free or not depends upon the au
thorities. J. S. Dillon, on Saturday, bought a
young bear killed fifteen miles beyond
San lieronlmo. The hear, the bide of
which was In most excellent condition
hsd but three feet, showing that a hind
foot, Just below ths knee, had been cut
off In a t'ap. Notwithstanding the loss
of a leg, which must have been mouths
ago, as the stump was healed over and
covered by fur, Bruin was as fat as It
prepared for market.
JKMfcX HOT MPHINU.
Jemei Hot Springs, Sept. 0 The
weather Is at present more delightful, re
freshing, cool evenings and mornings.
ana comtortaniy warm during the day
time, ho guests are still oomiiig In and
our bath houses are running at full blast
Of lats arrivals we name: Manuel Ar
nnjo, with wire and sister, and Agapito
Bieya. from Pena Blanca; J. Brenuau, T.
McAllister, John Stewert, Tom Kollins,
from Gallup; J. Hunt and wife, from
Madrid; Amhroeto (ilngras. Kuirenlo
Baca, Kdwardo TruJIIlo, from Albuquer
Joaquin Allen has opened a neat and
coutportable saloon and billiard hall on
corner of Main aud wisxl street aud Is
doing a laud office business.
Wheat and oats have been harvested
and yielded good returns.
Potatoes are reported to elve a bounti
ful crop. Jkkk...
prom the C'lilcltalu.
Miss Klora liammel will leave for Kl
Paso on visit to her sister, Mrs. Adam
L. I. Rrown is a very busy man these
times, Uittlug between here and Water
canyon, looking afier his business inter
ests at Ixilli places.
the Ml. l.armel convent school. In th a
city, in charge ot the Sisters of Loretlo,
opened last week with a good attendance
ot little girls aud young ladles.
i tie isHtra oi trustees of the school of
mines have beu fortunate enough to
secure the services ot Mrs. Msry Biggie as
Instructor In the preparatory depart
ment. As a teacher Mrs. Higgle has no
superior lu ths territory.
C. 1. Drown has been aiinolnted bv
Governor Otero to till the vacaucy on the
board of trustees of the school of mines,
caused by the expiration of the term of
K. L. Browne, ihe governor could have
made no better choice. Mr. Browne's
well known energy and business capaci
ty will go far toward winning for the
school the success which it ought to
Tha Sura La Urlwpa C'ura.
There Is no use suffering from thla
dreadful malady, if you will uuly get the
right remedy. Vou are having pain all
through your body, your liver Is out of
order, have no appetite, no life or aiulil
tiou, have a lis I colli, In fact are com
pletely used up. Klectrlo Bitters Is the
only remedy that will give you prompt
ami sure relief. They act directly ou
your Liver, Stomach aud Kidneys, tone
lit) the whole system and make you feel
like a new being. They are guaranteed
to cure or price refunded. Kor sale at J.
II. O'Reilly & Co.'s Drug Store, only 50
cents per bottle.
A I'laaasiit Itauca,
Last Friday evening several young
gentleiueu gave a dance at Orchestrion
hall, aud all present had an enjoyable
Those present were the following;
Misses Buchairau, Brooks, Hunt, Spencer,
Walton, t'olemau, Peltier, Kddlugs, Tyler
and Saint. Messrs. Hunt, Stover, Swart
ze. Brooks, t'rumpacker, Owen, Bendle,
I'arke, Tlemey, Wlngo, Otero, Vauu,
Myer and Albers.
The party was chaperoned by Mrs. W.
V. Waltou aud Mrs. frost.
frerguieuB'a "rlt" kpeeoh.
Dplttgats Ksrif UMaou has on hauil about
SO.iJWi copiw of a iwli giving tii tia
tiv New Meilruue taffy, wutcii, It la
Every couch makes
your ihront more raw
nd irritable. Every
cough congests the lining
memhrane of your lungs.
Cease tearing your throat
and lungs in this way.
Put the parts at rest and
give them a chance to
heal. You will need some
help to do this, and you
will find it in
From the first dose the
quiet and rest begin: the
tickling in the throat
ceases; the spasm weak
ens; the cough disap
pears. Do not wait for
pneumonia and con
sumption bi t cut short
your cold w ithout delay.
Dr. Aycr's Cherry Pec
toral Plaster should be
overthelnnjjs of every per
son troubled with a cough.
Write to the Doctor.
tntiitiftl fipxitlanltlAa M Inftf t
trrtnr niiiiMi t if iuUfT u frf
win toii m.illr.l ftrivlr. Writs
Fi.lT ail th Mtllrulftr. In four (-.
Th u. WhNl y-ir itinrn- tta
b"n lll our t hwrrr I'.rtnrtl Toa
will re-.lv a wnmpt ratilr. without
9 Lo..ll, M
said, be delivered In congress, for dls
tributlon among the people ot this terrl
tory. The speech Is In the Spanish Ian
guage, and was, according to informa
tion received 'iere, printed at the govern-
ernment printing ntllce, and reads well
enough. It Is true, but will not elect Mr
Kergusson. Ths people of tills territory
are Head on to the record or the demo
cratlc party, and know that there Is
neiiher rhyme nor reason In electing a
democrat to the Kifty-sizth cngress,
which. In the popular branch, will be
overwhelmingly republican. .New Mex
A Oreat I'.nvllah statesman's iMrak.
The secret of a celebrated Kngllsh
statesman's long life wss bU systematic
way of eating. Kvery bite of fond was
chewed thirty times before swallowing.
The result was he naturally enjoyed
goid hralth. Most men and women bolt
their food, and eat things which were
oever Intended to be eaten. Thev become
costive, have a had complexion, lose tlesli,
are trrlttble and nervous, and the first
thing thev know thev are "nlaved ont.
It is gratifying to know that Hosteller's
ntomach Bittsrs cures stomach troubles.
It is purely a vegetable medicine that
stood the test ot many yeats. Itenres
cases which seem to be hopslee s. Suf
ferers room any disorder of rue stomach.
liver or Dowels should try it.
rails Martinet, Jr , appointed.
At the meeting of the board of county
commissioners Ihursday, Kellx Martlnei,
jr , was appointed as a cadet to the mill
tary Institute at Roswell, N. M., as the
representative or this county. Cecil
Haves, son of Conductor Hayes, was ap
pointed as alternate. iiptie.
TO It' UK A (111.11 IN ON B IIAI
Take Laxative Bromo (juinlne Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
mi cure. z.H'. ine genuine t. M. y. on
Willi rihllnl" Mob r.Taaa.
Tom Dtvls. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Davis, who ran away last April, writes
his parents that he Is In the service of
the I nlted States, on the ship Iowa, un
der "Klghting" Bob Kvans, says the Op
tic. He went through all the naval eu
(sgemente in the Santiago campaign.
He wrote from the t'ane of Good Hone.
South Africa, on August Hth, where the
Iowa was undergoing repairs, and bis
letter was received only yesterday.
For Impure Blood
Tht People Take Hood'a Su
saparilla and are Cured
oraa on Pace, Wrlat and Body
"I have bean suffering with imporw
blood for three jaara. The impurltlas
broke out on my wrlat, and my faoe was
tuU of red mar In. I a u not relieved by
prescriptions and lost all bops of ear
until I took Hood's Baruparilla. Slno
taking a few bottles ot tbis anadlcln
my faoe la all right and ths sera on
my wrlut and body are healed." Aoaps-
TIH BaLAS, BUikvllle, Colors.
" I was taken with eoiema oa my heads
and feat, which ware very hedly swollen.
I concluded to try Iloyde Saraaparlila
and attar using three hoieit-e 1 beiran to
Improve. I save taken Inallelght bottles
of Rood's Haraaparillaand am now entirely
Is Ihe beat-In fat tht One True Blood Fartaer.
laelsl upon Hood's! take no substitute.
HnorT PilU e,,r "U
IIUOU S I Ills Uke.aa.Tteonarata.aaa.
A lire was diarovitrtHl at tlis rsslileoes
of Mrs. YV.W. KtiNwII, at about M:20 o'clock
lant Saturday night and an alarm turned
In. The prompt work of K. C. Glover and
Thomas Knttou, who dlaoovered the Ore,
prtveutml what nilirbt have been a big
blaze, as a miniature blizzard was sweep
ing over the city at the time. The hi
mates of the houae are at a loss to know
the origin of the Ore, as there had been
no lire In the kitchen stove since 6 o'clock
lu the evening.
Kor sale or ezdiango Ten acres inside
corporation here, clear; good new house,
all fenced, partly Improved; young or
chard of 2J trees, worth $2.7(10. Will
exchange houne ami ground of equal or
lees value In Albuquerque. Address A
H. Dmiley, KxceUlor Hprluga, Mo.
l'rof. X. I). Cockerel, of th Agricultural
college at Las Cruces, returned south
Haturday night, from Santa Ke, where h
attended the horticultural fair aud de
livered a lecture on the educational In
stitutions of the territory.
K. KwlNtruru, of Chicago, a health
seeker, baa decided that Albuquerque Is
the best place to epend the winter, and
will locate here. He is au Odd Kellow,
and an acquaintance ot II. II. Tiltou, ot
a-sa. - ss - . , ... T- . J
TOE BEST IS NONE
We will Soil you a Stove
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Donahoe Hardware Co.
CORNER RAILROAD AVENUE AND THIRD STREET.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO
Livery. Sale, Feed
Second Su, oetweeo Railroad and Copper Avea.
Hereee aad Malee Bought and Bxhaaf4
Agent for Colambaa tivggj Craf)a-r.
The Beet Tmraenta la the Clt.
Address W. L. TRIMBLE ft
Twenty years ago. In 1878, Mr. (',
A. W , who was then thirty--three
years of ae, awnred his
life in the Kquitnhleunder policy
No. 2l3.Mfor :.( M. Thi policy
was tailed on Ihe Llm td Pay
ment form, with an accumulation
period of twenty years, and on
which the annual premium was
Kor twenty yarn thpn Mr.
W has Iteen protected by
f J.otio ot life SH.ii'anoe, and if he
had died at any time, hW family
would at once have received
$2,(liO. However, he has not dtd,
and now in Hm, he has the
choice of the following options of
; 1. TO SCHRKNIIRR THS Pol.-
j Vsha.n.1.:.,n $1,665
1 9. TO al'RRSNIIKR THK Pol..
i K V AND M Kl'Kl V B A
i ri'l.LY PAID t'l POLICY g 316
9. TO HK( KIVI PAIOI'P I III.
1 II V lUR Fi l l. AMIII'NT
ANORKI'KIV ai'KPLl'S CCft
IN I AHH OF VVV,
I 'Snliieit to MtMm-tnry mrliral ei
ainlniition lor ainojiil over orignml
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
"Strongest In Ih World."
WALTER N. PARKHUR5T,
New Meiico and Aritona Department
ALSL'yi'anyi's, N. M.
MELINI & EAKIN,
Wbolesale Liquor and Cigar Dealers,
AUD tOLI AGIHTi rot
Bottled in Bond.
Ws handle avervthlnv in nnr Una A
complete illustrated price lUt sent free
ommi apiincaiiou. iiik l.unnni
t-HK'El) Uyl Olt HOL'SK In the Weet.
Ill aol'TH FIRST HTHKKT,
ALIIUUI ERQVK. N. M.
What H. Uaabar Baa for Sala-
Kanvhea, Hunaae, Lot., Kte.
Some choice Iota In dt-.lrable location, at
low pner.. Look ai ttirm.
itiHia, nt-.rly nrw pu.eton, clitap.
hlalit-riMMii brick Iuium- on liniMila-.v. arlth
baltl room, cheap; brnt liN-.lum In thr city.
$d.loo C'uriit-r of liroailway ami Coal are-
nur, I hs MtiH J pft. a liuuiu-a, vit ir of b
riHini. and one of 7 room.. Thi. 1. one ol the
brut locttion. and I. a b.raaln.
Tlnt-e Uh. on iiold aveuue near Han Kelipe
lour Int. on Coal avrnue, corner of Third
atrert. will be aiild at a baigain; will .ell two ll
Si.doo 1 wo honar. wllh 4 lot. In one of thr
br.1 location, on North I- illh atrceti Ihry rent
for :i& prr mouth; . barK.in.
Mtna land, (mm lo ucrr. to 110 acre..
r irat-claa. pruperty In all putt, of the city.
A nice Llace near the Atlantic At Piu ilii
general otllce., 4 -room hniiae, nearly new.
wnii ioi ai.at.. irei. nice fi,uoo; ea.y
home choice lot. al low price, lu dllterent
part, ill the city.
3,&oo -piue ranche of 7 acre., all In good
cultivation; tola ol fruit of Ihe brat quality;
bili k houae of 4 aood riHini.. 1 hi. plate i.
'al. mile, uoith of the city, and 1. one uf the
be.i plaie. Ill (lie valley.
f.l lluo-lu one of the brat loc.tlon. In the
llihlaiid.. on wiiilli llroadway; brick hiiuae,
7 room, and bath room; lot bo. 144 feet; a
I.&uo-lo the lliyhl.iida. on South Waltrr
Ireet. S lot. looil-i. feel, Wllh Inn k lluuae uf
b room., atable, eu:,
roH sals oa mi nt.
K.nch, 114 mlir. out, leu acre, land, good
buildings laige Iioum-, .table, etc.
IT.4 iiold Avenue,
Coiner of Third .Ueel.
Dua't Tueane Nail aa Satuk. Iver Lift Sear.
To quit tuliacco eaally and forever, he nia
Belle, lull of Me, nerve and visor, take No Tir
llae, the wonder worker, thai niakee weak men
strong All drusal.ta, tou or ll. Ouresuaraa
taad Booklet aad sample free. Addraae
lerimg Henedy Oo, (Jbtoago or K.w Vorls
TOO G000 FOR VOD!
or Kare on Kany Term
and Transfer Stable
Carta, Spring Wagons, Victoria
Etc., for SaJe : : t
CO. Albuqnerrjno, New Mexico
CRESCENT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Bt Do
mestic Coal in use. Yard
opposite Freight Offii
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
lMsW TsfaAf.wwa IMa 1A
Old Teleph one No 7 ii
f T ( a a
-wCaiTc ofoef a run Die i titbit
A. E. WALKEK,
Scretirj latotl Balldlof luoclttlon.
oaiee el I. a lUldrMaw's Laeabae TarS
All kinds of Fresh and Sa
Meata. .. .. ..
Steam Sauaage Factory,
Til HID 8 Tit EE 1.
EMIL KLELN WORT, Prop
Gall et Headquarters for
Leather, narnesf). Saddles. Baddlerr
Saddler Hardwa Cut Soles, Shoe
Nails, Haines. Chains, Whips, Collars,
Sweat fads, Castor Oil, Axle Oraaae,
nonvon ioacn un, untOAegTO, Kuilily
Harvester OII,Neatefoot Oil, Lard Olt
Harness Oil, Linseed Oil, Castile Soap,
Harness Soap, Carriage Sponges
Chamois Skin, Horns Medicines.
Prlo tha XeO-vtrataat.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Hides
Thos. F. Keleher,
404 Railroad Ara Albuquerque.
riasT era a st,
BaXLIMQ BROS., Paoramroas.
Wedding CakeT a Specialty I
Ws Desire Patronaga, and ws
Guarantee First-Class Baking,
Tslecrapb orders aollcltad aad PrompUy Filled
Buy or Sell.
BOO OOIjD a'7'Xl.
JAMIJH V. MAY,
Oi Tilliuna Aritooi,
400 Pure Bred French Merino
Backs for Sale,
RiKhteen months old, Heavy shearers
ti to 27 poiiuds. Delivered on cars iu
lots o( SA) or more at $10 prr head.
300 BUCK LAMBS
Dropped iu Kfhriiary same stork $5
per head. Kor raiiKe aheep Merinos
beat them all.
JACOB KOltBEli & CO
ataQoractoref of aad Deals
Ths Bast astsra-Mads Tshlolss
Pine Borse-Shoelnf a Specialty.
BatUfaetioa Ouarantasd la All Work
Repairing, Painting and Trimming
Ikine on bhort Notios. I I I l t I l
Shop, Cornir Copptr It, and Flnt 8L,
lLsegeaa4DB. H. M.
Hla-beet Dam Prteee raid
Kor furnlturs, stoves, carpets, clothing,
trunks, hams, saililles, shoss, sto.
Hart's, 117 tiold aveous, nsit to Walls
Ksxgo Kxtirass oiHoe. me befors 70a
buj or soil.
II He.ee the I'hllilren.
Ctmuiberlalu's Cough Kmnedr has
saved tha lives of thousands of croup
elilidrsu. It Is also without an equal
ior coins aim wuoopiug eougu.
An txpsrtsnee of years snalila i. L.
(tall & Ca to furnish Just what their cus
tomers want. Orders solicited; fres de
K.-To-H.o for rirtj (rata.
OuaraiiUM-4 iotmooo hai'lt cure, niaka. weak
bmu .iruus, bluoU iwre. toe, (1. All dru,.i.l
FALL TERM OPENS HEI'TEMHElt 5.
For Particulars Apply to
Ho I for
la Kndnrerd bjr
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. VV. ALGER.
Agent for New Mexico.
Also Agent for the beat BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION.
"TII HI IJATI3USTriIAIs.
BTOCK POH HALF.. ' MDNKY TO LOAN.
Academy of "Our Lady of Light
SANTA FB, UIKLS AND YUL'NU LADIKS. NEW MEXICO.
COKDITTSO ST Tas
sisters o:f loretto.
Th 40th Academic Term Will Open Mon.lay, Sept. 6th, IflflH.
Thi. Arul.mv la .llnatH In ma lai.f.Kla l..ti.... .1... - - . ... l . ... . .
nu asrrrnlilr 1 Innate I ir ImiiMhih in liitin-.hej tliroiieiinut with inii.l.-ni coiivt-mriicrs. In.
clinlina iSrainhfai. hoi anil cold wau-r. I.nli, ttc.
'I he rourw il iintrii. iiiin niinoriw-a rv.-ry lirancli conirlbullnir lo a tlioroush and refined
eouration. Music and Art receive npei-ial attention.
r.t. mr.uiin. a.liireiM,
Vhitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All tlie Yexr.
Good accomodations at reasonable rales. Thf fnllnwinrr ie iha
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
C?-J! lt..- I . ,,
. oouiura cnioriae, grains per gallon I9'7
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 14360
Calcium carbonate, graina per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, graina per gallon 1.5x88
Water delivered in the citv.
for the springs every Wednesday
PARE Gil EikC WeT.lkar.
Order slate at O. W. Stroncr'a. corner Srrnnrt atrt nnrl
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
Ladies' Button and
1 1 aetXjuj M 1
113 Railroad Avenue. Albuqueroue. N. M.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer 1
FLOUR, GRAIN &
Oar Lats a Suaolalty.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE, r :
JUwaya la Btoek
First St. and Lead
QUICKEL & BOTHK. Prons.
(BceoMsors to Krauk M. Jodm.I
Finest Whistles, Imported end
Tie Coolot tod Hlrbett Grade of Later Served
Finest Billiard Hall In the Territory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
JOHNSTON & MOORE'S
Famous Stages Leave
JEVERjf JUESDAY MORNING
J7For the Resort.
Livery Heed and Rale. Startles.
.!.'irKH.,0nT Prf th city for onlv 2T.
Old Telep'ione No . New Telephone No. 114
COPPER IVEfDB, BetTsMonl and Tbird Sts
9La . T .-r'-T, ,e
Z iC;-7 'f)h
V U ,
- V .M . . lea
CHAM I kKKu 1H74
DAY srlldi il ki iu
and Saturday morning.
A comploto Stock of the
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Lace Shoes of All
at "Loxsr Prices.
Carries lh tearajMt ft ad
MimI mfnmlw MUNh of
-.staple : groceries:-
Ta be Caon4 Soetheraea,
: ALBUQUERQUE, N. M."
CATHARTIC . Ji
Domestic Wines and Ceici