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ALrilylKuylK, bhrT. 14. 18HB
Ekl'tHLH AN (IHMV CON t E-DTIOla.
In .cct.nUnrr mlili a rt-aoliitmn of th. Brr.
lialillo I tiitnl h r uhiii an Irntial Commit.
Irr, attlri t a iiirt-t.na Drill 111 Aluuqurrqiia
tin llir 1 Hli Uity 11I rt pie ,1 1 it r. Il(t, lulivr II
linn 11I Hit- tt 1 ubiit un 111 ln- Liiunty til Hrma
llllii la lirrrli t aii i tti nit 1-1 hi lliv court titular
111 Hit luau til Aihuqii. I11111-, no trita 8ilh tl
hriilt-Milirf, IhwH. at 1 l iiumfe a.m., fur til
juiMiMr nl iitiintii.ili.-a' Ittt-iity-ail l.tli Ur. tr
et air. It rriitr -ml tnr trtM.lii an party til Ihtr
tiiuntyiit llt-iliaililii ill tit- tt-rnliirial ttillVf n
litm. tu Hit- lt UAy .l iiitiiiwr, HM. Ha tl
prtt mil in Hit-t nunly avui la rntttttrtl tu tinr
il.h-aMtr In nit- t'uiit i iinvt-iitiiin liar at u
twrmy-uvr v, Ira t.iit tur III aa H-l alrnn
lur ut-i irait In riiiiart-a in tnr lall tit iMWtt,
ml one anilil tinal rule iir rath trattttin in
till y ir tivcr auiiiliiti-il a nit h may Uavr tarru
aocaat. ana llir piiinant-a lur tlir arlrttion ot
aatl nr.iit0 tu a.ul ut-i.aalt-a to llir county
ctiiivrnlMiii tit 1 1 1 il lik-.u at tin- tallowing
liamrii piatra, a tl I, taliril tti tirtlrr by luc
IiiKiiiii4 uamt'tl tirr-iiiiiB ri -Kttivrly:
l'rt-tiiKt t -Itciiialiliu, Juan Muuuragt'll. at
SttttHI, IIUUMf.
tritimi Corralr. J. M. Sandoval, at
I'tiiMtl Imiiar tltiatr uintm 11.
I'u-t .nt a-A. ainrua, Kuinalilo Montoya y
Api tt, al Ilia litiu.-.
I'rtrt .tict 4 - Kaut mat dr Alttitllrro,lie, 4. J.
ritar.l, al liuii-t- il Jim. t tar la y Uitrao
firtnitt 6 -tiart-iaa, ju-a Kaiae! Aputiaca,
at lmuit- ut It tit lliavt.
firtiiict a -l aUillaa, V ulal C'tiavn. at bla
nun n.
t'rrcinct 7 San Anttiiiiu, Vivian Garcia, at
bin liuuar.
tVrrcuict tf-Loa Uricgua, Ieciiliio Martlnrf,
at hia UOUMV.
t'rc-cuttt w-K.m-htat Atltaco Poltcarpio Al
lniti, at acliiHil iioum.
r'rt-ciuri lu- ciiuiii, rllotnrna Mora, at hia
huuav.
firctm-t 11-raiariui, J. It Up HuubcU.at
bla lioura.
t'miiKt Albuiiifriiiir. At J-Craarford,
a; t tiy hail.
I'rttuiit M I lid AHui(iirrquc, Jraus Ku-nit-ru,
at court Iiiiii-h.
fitt uiti 14 n litiiai hi, Apulunlo Uarrla,
at aclltl! llllUM.
fitxinct li caaa .i:nrarl IliKinto Cottluva.
huiia- ul l'atitilt-iiii Mm..
rtt:mct U 1'tatltaa, r ralltlrico Tiujlllo. at
hia liutlav.
I'tt-t in t 17-l'fiia llliinta, iMarrrllno Uaca.
at Ilia lijuar.
I'ltt-iiitt m Jemii. Ma&umi Mantnri, at
Ilia huua..
Tri-ciuci lu AlijttKtiiiira, I'rtlro Laivato, al
hia liucua.
I'rc tin t Vti Nat-imiriitn, Manuel Aragon y
A.ii riu. ai rna ituuar
iTrt iiit t a m rntana, Kmlllano Saodu-
Val. at M.IHMII lltiuat.
Iirciiict wia ia i orta, Teuduru Urltrfu, al
hia lluuar.
f ivctuct M Sua rrtlru, Prtjr j Locero at bla
bullae.
i'miuct 84 V allacr, ljrento O arc I a, at bla
nuuB-.
1'rttinrt 44 Uua-aaliiptf, Crratinu Urleffci at
bia iiuuftr.
fiat met wlAltM4Mcriue, T. A. Holcal, at
Iluar liuuac Nu. A.
I'lrciuct ill Uallup, W. W. Hladun, at
I'ualal iririiiaph i.u. Iiali.
t'rtxiiict M-Auiacu, Iruuaito Candrlaria, at
hia li.,ut.
frrciuct !W Kl Taju, Mace Cruaaon, at ha
huuiae.
I-1 reluct u iiallup. V. N. L'utton, at oprra
ouuiar.
t'rrc-inct 1 San VauUu Leandro tSanduval,
at at tiutil tmuar.
t'ic-ciiict va -Ua Jara, fcdiiincrn (rurule, at
Dia liuuar.
A'rrtiin t 83 vjimcalitiia, Juae K. Komrro, at
hia liuUBr.
I'lrciuct 84 t'lllllll. Kalrhan CnllarO. al
ai nuji imiifte.
1'irtiiict an Juranra. Aiitunio Juar Garcia,
at tittle r ul tmtirt-l Hit- i cai r.
I'rrtinct lliaiiij. II. II. 9na, at utti.a ul
thr pt cr
I- I lie pit met primanra ahall all be held on
TuurajMy, ,srpiriii.t r fl. tnurt, at ij u'cliak p.
ni., tracrpt I'rrt ilnla tNiia. 11, i;i, IU, li, ito
ami b7, in a In li pre, in I- lli-y aliall ue cai.rii
al 7:ttu u'cluta p. in. mi lute aaiur iiieuUuurtl
tiatr.
I no )ililara ahull tr at-li-ttrd hy the votera
trvhti, ami tlir i nairni.ni ul tnr pretiutt rautua,
aliaii na - r a clrra ul Ihr in t.nary circtluli.
Ilia chaiiiuail ami a-vrt-ttiy ul prrcilH't
mrrlinuB will trlul tu me tlialrrnail ut the
cuiiiil) t-utral Liniiiiiiitt-r a litvt ul the aele
galra rir IrU lu lilt cuuiiiy cull entiull.
I'ruaira aliall nut hi- Itvi'tf II .led Uiiiraa pre
ariitnl iy a party rraiilinu tu lue precinct ul
tlir ilrlriiiite laniii II -il pmiy.
I - A- r in i ai., c iiairrnao pro tern.
J. I. 1'aMka. Sec r run piu irlll.
Iohk ittisululfljf up tixlaU) iiuokeleMS
lajwder all ,uld be umhI iq IraohlOK our
uutig IJras how lu hIiooI.
HiiLKuiU rti tu I'rmlug for tb
territorial democratic eouvvutioo he
bru placed ut ooe (ure fur the round
trip, put on wale the Bib and good autU
the UUh.
It U odlciaU ftLUouuiMd from Parks
that CuL l)upal UuClambMbMDpliMwd
od tbe luaciirn lint aud diMuilramd from
bu post tu eoUHiMiueuc of ttie geueral
tall' luveatlgaliou of tbe Kdtorbax'
eB.
Okliuis were Um-J from tbe war de
partOieut yettlerda-f orlrnug tbe Tvelflb
lufauir; from Cauip H Ikofl to JeffermiD,
Baraclia,llirtuurl.aii ttie Tweutjr-neooDd
lufautr; to fort Couk, Nrti., tbe etatluoi
ootrupled before tbe wur.
6l'.-T U the auiallnst republic lo Ibe
world. It had au area of oue mile and a
populatlou of 140. It lim rileUid elnoe
VM aud la retxignlzwl bj both Hpaln aud
Frautre. Il la vlluated on the flat top of
tnouuUio lu tbe Pjreueea aud ba a
prerildeut who U elected by tbe couuoll
of twelve. k
Thi Oailup (ileauer ruH: "Tbe terri
torial fair will be beid Hi I year, at Al
buquenjue an unual, from tbe 27 lb of
tlitn uioulb uutil the Ixt of October,
dallup will no doubt furuleb 1U usual
Urge quota of TlniUirn. Kvrrjf effort will
be made to have the attiactiou ItiU jear
eicel thone of former yearn."
Thkkk uo loiiKer eeeme to be auj
doubt an to the truth of the rumor that
Kurt llajitrd will Httortly be re garrl-
eoued. Ibe otU'wra lu clmrge of tbe fort
la.it week received ullleial uotllluatlou
from tbe war department that the euiu of
bad bee a apportioned for repair
aud luiproveuieuiri, work ou wbtcb will
be begun at once. Auuthrr "ritraw" in
the removal of uuu-couiiuiHtiloued otucere
back to their old quartern, thejr baviug
takeu up tlirlr rtnidi'iicrn lu tho bounce
of the eommirwiourd oUU-er eluce the
Utters' abeeuiw.
MHLOIUU 1H VOLUNTIKHI.
The p'au of tbe goveruuumt to fur
lough all the volunteer for thirty or
iltjr day ban two advantage, ft glv
the voluuteern Hie extra pay reootu
tueude 1, aud It reUlun the iueu la ner
vine for any eilgeucieM that uiay arlne.
The moral eflW't ou Hpuiu of holding tbe
volunteer will be very great, blxty
day will carry beyond the dual uegt
llallou for peace. Btiould Spain fail to
th pie'H'"i ni "1? lii th r-fot iC'il,
ora!miili b-r diplmniii ua't a, k In rut
a to ev.li Ida egrwiiiieiit-i of the fiin
trnrt. the I'nlted Htxtee gnvprnment
mlffht n"ed vnlnntet-ra for Immedlnte
aervlna. Vnrter lh fiirl nifh nystem the
prmldent fonbl order them In the field at
nnre. The fnct that he pan do no irmy
have treat In fl lenre In flatten lug peace
nirnitlin,
Thin will meet the vlewa of the Vnlun
trrl an well an thoee of the pi-ople at
h"ni. Them la every renonti why thtaw
who left their hnainean' lo take nervlre In
the army nhoulil return to civil life an
nnon an pmnlhle. All wnnt to return to
civil life If there In to be no further light
ing. If the war In to be mntlimed thry
want to remain In the nervic. The fur
lough plan In lu aympathy with thin view,
and at the name t!m provide agalnnt
the mlecnrrl g of thepimca ni'gntlHllonn.
TNk prAl k Jl Mll.r K.
There will be a meeting of the Cbra
mercial Club thin evening for the pur-
pone of determining whether tl at organ
liatlon will take charge of preparation
for a grand peace Jubilee to be held In
thin city during fair wrek. While there
In no opposition to tbe project either In
nlde or ontfltde of the club It In highly
Important that there ahould be a full
quota of Albuquerque' representative
hualnen men preeent at the meeting to
night no an to give the movement the Im
petus which It will receive from their
(villi! support. The eupeeteful cminiini-
matlon of thin project will necerwltate
the outlay of a cnn-l terrible amount of
money but It will be money wi ll npant
The additional outelde attendance fiat It
will bring lo the fair will more than
eompennate for the outlay. Then, too.
un leee Indlcatlonn fall, Alhuquerqun In on
the eve of an eia of unprecedented pros
perity and the time I mont opportune
for creating a favorable outelde toipren-
lon of the metroplin of New Mexico.
Tbe peace Jubilee will bring vlnltors
here from a dletan'w where people would
never thluk of earning Jut to see the
fair Itaelf. Thi In a con-tideralton which
should appeal to the public spirit and
eivle pride of every citir.au and mnke
him a cheerful contributor to the nuccen
of the project.
Ir you desire to vote on the question of
extending the city limits on the south,
see that your name Is on tbe registration
books either to-day or to morrow, for the
books will be closed to morrow night
Tbe election will take place next Satur
day. Tbe reason for tbe proponed annex
ation Is an order of the Santa Ke Tactile
railroad company to the ifTct that all
who labor at the Sauta Ke 1'ariflc shop
mutt live within the limits of the corpo
ration and nubjxct to the health regula
tions of the city. Many of the laborers
at lbs shops have their homes Just be
yond the limits aud are anxious to lie
taken Into the city, o a pot to be
obliged to move from their home.
Tux Citi.km wtll never pollute Its
eolomu by publishing the vituperation
from such miserable ruuta an Heorge W.
Liiug, wbo Is Implicated In the Mr. A.
H. Martin mailer. This nkuuk attempted
to palm off on this paper bis Innocence"
but be found decided cold shoulder
when be appeared to "give bla side of the
story." The woman is In tbe county jail,
and the reprobate, Lalug, If caug'it,
ought to be treated to a coat of tar and
feathers.
Ttyt rumor, parti illy contra ileted by
the Silver City Independent la it week, to
Ibe effect that there would bj a change
In the asslgumeut of tbe associated Jus
lice of tbe territory, bringing Judge Mo-
Kle to the Third dletrlct aud laklug
Judge i'arker to oue of the np country
districts, Is now olllclally denied.
Thk people of Joe Wheeler's district
have resolved to make It unaulinous. All
opposing candidates have withdrawn aud
the republicans decided tu make no uom
Inatlons. It would be dllUcult to pay the
old fighter higher cumpllmeut than
this.
Thi New York Tribune bae been con
ducting a straw vote among its sub
scribers to ascertain their choice for gov
ernor. Tbe reeult so far obtained In a
total of over 4,1X0 vole gives Kousevelt a
clear majority over all.
TBI Santa Ke company baa formulated
an edict against the visiting of drinking
saloon by their employes, which tbey
assert will be vigorously enforced.
O.N Monday, (ioveruor Otero appointed
K. W. llurlbut district attorney for
Lincoln couuty, vice 8. 8. Matthews,
reslgued.
rr Ueae futf I earn.
An Old nd Wkll-Thikd Kkkkdy.
Mrs. WIumIow' Soothing Hyruo has
been need for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
lug, with perfect sucimvm. It soothes the
child, aofUiiia the guiua, allay all pain,
cures wind colic, aud is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. It In pleaxaut to the taels.
Hold by druggists lu every part of the
worm, iweuiy-nve cenin a but lie. lis
value I Incalculable, he sure aud ask
for Mrs. Wluslow's Soothlug Syrup, aud
take uo other kind.
Ilaalh ot Mr a. Sluaa.
Mrs. Kose Keller Hloan. wife of Ilr.
Rloau.dn-d at 4 p. m buuday.afler a tlnal
Illness of only live hours from heart
disease. She was the daughter of VS. 11.
tveiier. or this city, a well known citizen
and lived lu Sauta Ke with her husband
siuce 1VU. She ban been Miiit-rliiif from
weakness oi ins nean lor me pant two
years, aud a year ago went lo Kansas
i'tty tor relief; but while there she was
takeu no nick that her h unhand bad to be
telegraphed for lo bring her hou.s.
Mr. Hloan wan apparently well Bun-
day moruiug. and went out Into her
placlla to pick e"iiun n iwern, but pres
eutly uot feeling well, went Indoor to
lie down, hhorlly, the hired boy heard
her call for help, and he hurried olf to
Mrs. Keller's, where he Huuim ined Mrs.
t'arsou, slater of the sufferer. The doc
tor was alto hurriedly railed home.
1'hln was al 11 a. in., and Mrs. Sloau was
ducoiiHcious when friends and aid arrived.
Nothing could bring her back to con
nciousness, ami at t o'clock nhe passed
away. Mrs. W yllye. sister of the deceased,
was wired to at Itosweil, aud also her
brother. Charles Keller, al Flagstaff.
1 he funeral will take plu-e Wednesday
morning at in o'clock, the Interment to
be at Kalrview cemetery. New Mexicau.
TUB LAUIK
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use Byriuuif Kba.
under all conditions, makes It their fa
vorite remedy. To get tin, true and geu
uiue article, look for the name of tb
California Klg Syrup Co. printed near
Hie bottom or lite pacaage. f or sale by
an miugnisitv.
Ktlut-ate lour lloart-la With t aararala.
Canity 4'atliurltr, cum riiiMtiiatiiin furrirr
toe. is&c. lie. V C fall, ilrutiKiaiarrluwl uona-
i KRV MEXICO HEVSl
I.A S V Ml AM.
rom the Optic.
Jnliiiiiy Borith bnn had a nine pititid
gill ad led to his family. All are doing
well.
Aug Kllncinaver, who ban ben a reel
di nt of I at egsa for nrveral moiithn, m
ilnngi Mm Iv ill nt llnlnli ii a raitch.
I he cstt e t tleii from Kran Mst o Har
cli, of Mora cuiin'y, hiv hen returned
to the owner by lbs cattle sanitary
nonrd.
Mrs. A M. Rhcka-ell and children, who
hive be.in In Kur ipe fir the put two
tears, win anil on the LHlh for In lite. Mr.
HlHi kwell ii now in the enat and will te-
ninn there until tlilr arrival.
tl.tirg W. Kelly, iii Ilia water service
n' the railway, got nn a drunk Saturday
night. He broke Into (retiring s linnl
wsre nt- re and ntole two rillea, one nhoi
guiia and four revolvers, lis was de
lected and csptnrert by Policeman Mur
phy. No doutit he will go to the pen
Invitstlonn hivs been lesued bv Mr.
and Mr a, Kellj Martinet for theniiirrlnge
of their dangh er. Klnra, to MHtlas r,
llernsn l' x on 1 iiuraday ni iriilng, Sep
tember IS, t 10 o'clock, in the Church of
the Sacred Heart, Kl I'aso. lexan. The
young people, who were Isitti reared In
I as Vegas, will be at home after Septem
her lf. In the city of Jnarex, Mexico.
ri.Asrarr.
Iriim the (Jem.
The Hagxtriff public nchools openetl on
Vloipiay.
twelve mn went nut In harvest on
IWnley Itros.' ranch, Monday.
I) M hlord in and h n daughter, Ml-s
Mantle, left f. r l lmi-iilx.
A wimiI scouring plant In now In order
and should soon he nunbered amotig
Kl gatafl's enteiprlstn.
in orgs (.Mlri left for a month's visit
In Kansas. Mr. Cunningham will look
after hm grocery hualmsn during his ab
sence. J. W. Jones In numbered among the
dier kl'lers, or at least he brought one
into town the lint of the we k, and
claimed that he killed It at a distance of
a hundred and nix yards, oue Inch and
one alxte,-nlh of an Inch.
The Kat Men's club, composed of Wah.
Henry. M. II. Cariey, Chan. Kelley ami
Henry ('coper, are on tin ir monthly hunt
ing trip near Oak Creek canton. The
tleer lu that vicinity hid lie tier "qui
dow."
Mrs. I). J. Ilrannen, who ban b-en visit
ing at Hay City, Michigan, for the pat
two or three months, returned, accom
panied by her little neice. Nettle Thump
nmi. Ilr. Ilrannen appearn to be a happy
man since nln wire n return.
I lie republican county conven'lon will
be held at KlagstiifT, Tuesday. Sept. 27,
kwn, and' the primaries In the various
precincts for the ptirp-ieeof electing dele-gst-s
to said convention will tie held ou
Saturday, the 17th of this month.
SAN A r It.
from the New Meilcan.
The Laities' Soldiers' Aid society In
spending considerable money each week
for the care ot sick soldiers who have re
turned from Cuba and the various camps
and hospitals, aud an their funds are run
ning low, ooutriiiuiioiH for the work will
be thankfully received.
Sergeant K. C. Wesley, of Troop K of
the Kough Kidern, returued from Camp
Wlkoff on Saturday evening. He was
met at the ilrpol by a large crowd of
friends and cilixens, enthutattcally re
ceived aud escoited home In triumph.
Trooper Kred. McCabe received tele
gram from the war department saying
' lint nines bin regiment, the Knugli
Kidern, In to be mustered out at Camp
Wlkoff, hin discharge will be sent to
Snnta'e by the commandiug olllcer.
The I'ni ted States lutllau school In this
city opened Monday morning with au
attendance of lot) pupils. There was a
misunderstanding lu regard to the time
the school would begin, and the number
present at the opmlng hour was only
about half of what wan expected. Tbe
enrollment will soon be over SHU.
M. T. Mortarity, the big sheep grower.
In In town from his Hernailo county
ranch. He ban sold to Nebraska parlies
fi.KKi head of sheep, tt Is understood, for
tlH.lKM Mr. Moriarity will shortly start
for San Kraiielsoo. where he will leave
his family while he makes a htislues
trip to the Sandwich Islands Hin home
buslneen Interests be leaves In charge of
his win.
Saturday evening Antnnlo Kink wan
arrested by Deputy Sheriff Holier t u the
charge of buying stolen Cattle. Deputy
Sheriff Quintan, of San Miguel county,
came to Santa Ke looking for the miss
Ing animals, and requested Mr. Huber to
make the arrest for him. Kink gave
bonds for bis apsarancs at I'ecostown,
and in company with A.H Henehan went
over to answer to the charge. The cattle
which It Is claimed that Kink Isiught
were stolen from Herman llernantlet. In
Mora county, but further particulars of
ttie case cannot lie learned until the re
turn of Kink and bis attorney from l'e
costown. HOTEL ARRIVALS.
BTTHHXd' irHOPIaN.
C. A. Raruhart. Denver; K. H.Tunleon.
Santa Monica; K. l-snncv, San Francisco;
Jack Burke, St. Louis; K. N. McDonald,
fittehurg, Pa.; Duncan Miinn, Chicago;
Abe Newberger, W. C. Schedlar. Daniel
Schedler, New York; T. I. Mills, San
Kranclsco; t han. K. Williams, Denver;
Mm. (i-ent Klvenburg, Santa Ke; 0. M.
welch, lienver; (ieo. J. Markham, Char
lotte, III.; H. B Hamilton. Socorro: W. A.
Smith, W lutleltl. Kan.
HOTIt, HIMHUNb.
J. I). Applegate, W lnUald, Kan.; K. T.
Woodard, Trinidad; Wallace Howie. Iial
lup. N. M.
UHaND CRNTBAL.
G.K.Stevenson. Yankton. 8. D ; J. 1).
Ileluenan, lien. B. I) ugle, Kansas City,
Mo.
Maauulr.
There will bs a regular communica
tion of Tun In Is-dge No. tl, A K. & A.
M at Masonic Hall to morrow evening
at tt o'clock sharp Kvery member is re
quested to bs present. ilUHlness of Im
portance. Ylsitiag brethren Invited.
By order of W. M C. W . Mkhlkk,
Bqiret&ry.
KJ. W'ormser wm a paiseuger for Gallup
last night. It Is dollar to doughnuts
that kd. will uot remain In Gallup but
a short time. Ul return Is expected la
the next tweuty-four hour, aud there
Will be friends at thejlepot to welcome
hi return.
Sheriff Harry Klueell, of Santa Ke,
went through to Kl l'aso last night aud
expects to return this evening with Kse
qulel Cauo, who ts charged with the mur
der of Lola (lallegisi de Warn, and who
recently escaped from the Jttl in Santa
Ke.
Minn Kautiie lllakesly, of Topcka, Is
visiting fur a few days with Mr. K. K
Wardin aud daughter, Mia Minnie. She
will spend the winter visiting with ber
sister, Mr. 11. B. Holt, lu Las Cruoe.
II. ). Becker and family have moved
Into bouse No. d;'2 south Kdilb street,
corner ot Iron avenue. Mr, Becker will
continue to conduct his geueral mer
chandise store at Isleta.
J. D. Applegate, of Wlufleld, Kan., la at
the Hotel Highland. The gentleman Is
well pleased with Albuquerque and
Uiluk aertously of remaining here In
dcfiulUily,
TSilg
How U thin? -T
I'crhnpn leep!e nights
cnuaed it, or grief, or sick
nean, or perhnpn it win care.
No matter what the citine,
you cannot wish to look old
at thirry.
(iray hnir is starved hair.
The hnir htilhn hnve been
deprived of proper food or ,
proper nerve force.
lncrene the circulation In
the scsltt. Riven more power
to the nerven, nipplien mi
Ini element to the hair
bulhn.
Used according to direc
tions, gray hair begins to
show color In a few days.
Soon It hi all the softness
snd richness of youth snd
the color of early lire return.
Would you like our hook
on the Hairr1 we will gladly
(end it to you.
Writ a umt
If you do not obtain all the
benefits you expected from
the Vigor, write the doctor
about It. He may be able to
auggent aometbing of value
to you. Address, Dr. J. C.
Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. f)
GRAND BALI.
First of the Season, to Be Given at San
Felipe Hotel.
The greatest social event of fair week
and of the season will take place on
WmlneHday evening, 23th Innt , In the
large dining hall of the San Kelipe hotel.
ami In given by the ladle of the Library
asnoclitlon.
The sff ilr will be unusually brilliant.
as everything possible In being done to
eclipse all former eff orts of the kind.
The ladles have secure I the best of
music. The fl ior will be specially pre
pared and highly polished for the oc
caslon, and the largn hall, handsomely
decorated and brilliantly lighted, will be
llttin? background for the bappy faces
and lovely costnines of our visitor and
own home people an will.
The library In grea'.ly In need of funds
and the money derived from this cuter
iainment must be used for the primary
needs of the Institution, It Is Imped
that the usoal fall addition ot najrv books
can be ordered, but Hi's will be possible.
only, If the attendance at tbe ball Is
unusually full and generous.
This In nnn-sectarlan, non partisan
organisation, and It ask the people to
place a tithe of their pleasure money In
Its hands, that thin same money, which
In other Instances ri turns nothing be
yond what the. afT-tlr of the moment
yields, may come back to them In tea
fold measure through the happy refining
educative Influence of books.
A Ores! Kugllali Mlalrarnao'a gaeret.
The secret ot a celebrated Kogllnb
statesman's long life was bin systematic
way of eating. Kvery bite ot food was
chewed thirty time before swallowing.
The result wan he naturally enjoyed
good health. Most men and women bolt
thetr food, anil eat things which were
never Intended to be eaten. Tbey become
costive, have a bad complexion, lose fl-s-h,
are irrit ible and m rvous, and the first
thing they know they are "nlaved out."
It Is gratifying to know that Hosteller's
Stomach Hut th cures stomach troubles.
It In purely a vegetable medicine that
stood the test of many yearn. It cures
cases which seem tu Is hnpeleei-s. Hlif-
rerer room any disorder of rhe stomach.
liver or bowel should try it.
K. orr.
Mineral Lodge No. 4
Knight of Pythian AU
members are requested to be
present ut their Castle Hall
on (iold avenue at 7 :30o'clock
tonight.
Visitors welcomed.
0. W. Sthiino, C. C.
M. II. Sawn. K. of K. A S.
TO 11 HIT. A (III. 11 IK 1NB IIA.Y
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All drnirif IhIm refund Ihu iiuinuv If it fittla
to cure. i'ic. The genuine L. B. Q. on
each tablet.
Territorial Hoard al rtjliallaallon.
1) C. Hobait, of Silver City; J. S. Dun
can, of Las Vegas; Thomas Hughes, of Al
buquerque; Uouiuio Martinez, of Tlerra
A in an I la, and (ieorge llrloh. of While
Ouks, memlier ot the territorial board of
equalization, opened session thi mrn-
In ir lu the terrl'orial auditor's olllce,
where they will sit for a week, listening
to protests against ralsen In taxes bv the
various boards of couuty commissioner.
New Mexican.
America's Greatest
Medicine is
Hood's Sarsaprjlla,
Which absolutely
Cures every form of
Impure blood, from
The pimple on your
Face to the great
.Scrofula sore which
Prains your system.
Thousands of people
Titify that Hood'a
Sarsapai illa pures
Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Catarrh, Rheumatism
And That Tired
Feeling. Remember this
And Ret Hood's
And only Hood's.
Counterpanes, towels, table linen, at
price to Interest you. lioeeuwald Bros.
Kor One dress good at less than half
price at B. Ilfeld A Co'.
3
THR BEST IS NONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU!
DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE.
THE GREAT MAJESTIC.
ki njviTrMiritff f)
-J awn. co. I fJ27, ava . ra II -jj
!T iminj It lawn jjg p
- -It ir T
THE GREAT
XVp will Sell you Stov
Donahoe Hardware Co.
CORNHR RAILROAD AVENUE AND THIRD STREET.
.1
P Pf
l
TRIMBLE
rWUWOXAO SWaaaaWaaVa ttwaaatWlWVWWi owa, 1
I O.Jft liVn.l .viwl Horfti nd Mules Bought
L Transfer Stables.
vvvvvtyvvtyvsrvvtiyvvyvvvnr.,
Carriages, Roal Cart., Spring Wagons,
Address W. L. TRIMBLE &
No. 213,049.
Twenty years ago. It If 7H, Mr. C,
1 A. v , who wad men thirty-
three year of ave, enured Ills
life In the Kqnltnlile under policy
No. 2l.,04for 12,000. Thlinnllcv
was laeued on the Minltatl I'ai
nient form, with anaoruniiUtlon
1 M'lod of twenty year, and on
1 whteh the annual premium was
1.
Kor twenty yam then Mr.
W ha lioen protected by
f .'.000 of life sie-U'aiiee, and If lie
hud died at any time, hia family
would at once have ror-ived
I . However, he Iihs not dtd,
and now In lM'H, he ha the
choice of the following options of
lettleineiit.
1. To St'HHKNIIRR THK Pill..
S. Toat'RHRNIIKR THK Pill.
II Y AN II MKI KIVK A
ri'LI.Y FIU LH I'OI.IC V J Jj g
8. To KKt'KIVR rAllll P I OL
It'Y I R H I L AMIM'NT
ANDHMKIVB BIMI'l.l. ttth
IN i'AaH or UUV
04
00
34
SnhkTt to aatUfnrtory tnrllral ei.
riiinittion for Riuuunt ovrr origin.,
polity.
THE EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
"Strongert In the World."
WALTER N. PARKHUR5T,
General Manager.
New
Mrilco and Arizona Department.
ALBL'uuaMQl'K, N. M.
MEL1NI & EAKIN,
Wholesale Liquor and Cigar Dea'ers,
AST) SOLI AGZITTI F01
We handle Terythtnir in onr linn. A
roinpiol ilhiHtrutfHl prirt list Hnt frm
iiMn appKcatlon. THK LOWKST
I'KH hU UlUK llOt'bK lQ the Went.
Ill MOITH FIRST ITHKFT,
AUH'UL ERQL'K. N. M.
DINBAU'R MOTICK8.
What B. H. Dunbar Hu fur .-
FOR IALB.
Hume choice lot! In dtBlbl loratlntia at
low price. Look al them.
Ootid, nearly new heton, chrap.
KiJiht-rooin briLk Iioum dm iiritMtimav with
bth room, cheap; best location In thr city.
J,loo-Corncr ol l.roatlway aixt Coal ave
iu. 1 lot ISWil-i) feet, a house, vii., uue of 6
una and urttf of 7 room. I hia la unit of tth
br locitioiia aud la a Uugjlu.
Three lota ua uold aveuue near $an Kelipe
hotel, cheap.
rouriota on t oai avenue, corner of Third
treet. will tie told at A bary alu; wtll aell Iwu if
buyer deal tea.
'i.Wtn - 1 wo houaea with 4 lota in on nf l)
buat locdtionaun North Klfthatieet; they rcilt
fur $;t per moiitli, a hraui.
mrsa iNiiti niMii iuii ifsj iu IUU BClca.
h uat-t laaa property in all partaof the city.
A mre I'lare near the Atlantic A. r'ai iiic
general ultuea, 4-rtMnn limine, nearly new,
with lot aVftjtltaj feet. Price l,uoO; eaay
term a.
home choire lota at low prlcet Indifferent
puna of he city.
Ji.tVH) -Hue tanche o( 7 acrei, all In good
culitvalidt) i lota ot fruit of the beat quality ;
brit k btiuae of 4 good riMHn. Thia plaj e
a1 inllea north of the city, and la our uf th$
beat plat ea iu the valley.
;i,Uutln one of the beat looationa Iq the
Hihianda, on aouth Hroalay; trii k lutuae.
7 lOotiia and bth room; lot boil-i'i tvtti; a
bat gam
l,6oo-In the Highland.), on South Walter
treet, '4 lota loojl W feet, with bin k house of
0 fooma, atable, etc.
OH IALI OM HUNT.
Ranch, fla mllea out, 1W ai ree land, good
buildiuga, laiga liouae, atablea etc.
'J4 iinU Avenue,
Corner ul Third atieet.
To t'ure Vtiuailpattou ruroivr
Taket'iiaturela t'amlv t'uttiartia lur urt5a
If (I (1. ii. faU locurw. UruafM-aU rvfund wuiuiff.
Ladlits' leather belttS. vortb 50o, at SCie;
belts worth (oo at 800 eaob. Kotteuwaltl
Bros.
Bottled in Bond.
IMiWW null m
PAAJESTIC.
or Hrj;i on Enay To mm
SECOND STKEET,
Between Railroad and Copper Ave,
Jit
ftd,
Agent for Columbus
Buggy Company.
THE BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY.
Victoria. Buggies, Phentons, Etc., for Sale.
CO, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
C-ESCEHT COAL YARD.
GALLUP COAL Best Do
mestic Coal la use. Yard
opposite Freight Offi
A. J, CRAWFORD, Agent.
New Telephone No. 164
Old Telephone No .i
Lcatc ordienTrlmblc'i atable
A. E. WALKEK,
FIRE INSURANCE
StcreUrj latail Bulldlog luoclitloo.
omnia at J. X BaldHilra'a I.aaahar Tartl,
THIRD STREET
MEAT MARKET
All kind of Freah and Sa
Meati. .. .. .. ...
Steam Sausage Factory.
MASONIC TEMP LB,
THIRD STHEE1.
EMIL KLEIN WORT, Prop
Call at Headquarters for
leather, narnw, Saildles, Paildlery,
Badttlerr Hardwars, Cut Solsa, Hho
Natl. Hamiw. Chains, Whips, Collars,
Sweat Fails, Castor Oil, Axis Groans,
BowUm Coach Oil, Unto Nearo, Ktultlr
llarvrwtor Oil, NeatHfootOil, Lard Oil,
Harnms OU, Unneod Oll.Castlls 8oap,
HarnsH Hoap, Carrlsirs Hponfua
Chamois 8klu, Horns Medlolnas.
Prloo ttx Xjowiiat,
HlghftHt Market Prices Fald for Htiles
and Skins.
WOOL COMMISSION.
Thos. F. Keleher,
40 Railroad Ave Albuquci-qus.
P10NEEK J3AKEKY!
rilST STB 1ST,
BaXLINCJ BROS., Paoraiaroaa
bedding CakeT a Specialty I
W Daslra Patronaf , and w
OoaranU First-Class Baking,
rslaarapbordsfaaollellsd and Pronptlr flllatl
Can'tBeBeat
Hor. cat Goods
Hotvit Pile,
See Me
Before You
The Favorite.
Buy or Sell.
BOO UOIiD
IAM1CS W. MAY,
Of TiUUm Ariion,
IIAVC
400 Pure Bred French Merino
Backs for Sale,
Klgliteen month old. Heavy shearer
?1 lo 27 imuutta. lhtltveretl on curs In
lot of Wur mure at f IO p-r head.
300 BUCK LAMBS
Dropped In Feliriiary same stock $5
per head. For ranire Hlteep Meriuo
beat thrill all.
JACOB KOKBEli & CO
Mannfactarwof and Daalst
Wagons,
Carriages.
Buckboards!
Ths Bast aUsWa-Mad Tshlols
Pine Horse-Shoelcf Specialty.
BatUCaction Ouarantsstl La 111 Work
Rspalrinf , Painting and Trimming
Dun on Ubort Notlca. I I t I i
Stop, Corner Ctppu Ir, ud Pint It.,
auogcaioca. N. U
Hlabaat Caab rrloat. faid
For furniture, stores. carDeU. elathlne.
trunks, narnetw, aaildlea, vUom, etc
Hart s, 117 Uoldatrenue, neat to Wells
Kartro Ki press orHoa. Boa oie before tod
buy or sell.
An eiperlenos of years enalile J. L,
Hell A Co. to furniHh lust what their eua-
toiuera want. Orders solicited; free da-
uverr
ICtrrrlio! Sav. ku.
r'llill...a f 'ailiK' I V. 1 1. ii ..II.. tl.u nn.t
tlei'fiil tut tiit'tai ilictifrv uf Hit) aie. inraa.
.....i ....f.-....t ..... .
wiiv .. .... iuiK ,, ,i,i ttxair, ai t ituniiy
and hii1I vi ly on kiilntna, llvrr tii.d lnjivel
ilranainir Dm entire ai alrm, tllaiel colija,
ii-iiiiittnmt itjvrr, iiuniiiiui runaiipatiua
and bi ImilNlliiaa. I'Liaa. Iniv anil frv a ium
Oil'. IU! tnitnv; I0, SU, fl tenia, buldautl
(uarauloud lo tur. by all Urugtala.
ST. I
Santa Fe, Now Mexico.
FALL TEKM OPENS SEPTEMHEU 5.
For I'articulars Apply to
BROTHER BOTULPH.
Ho I for
Jemez
Hot....
Springs.
SMITH PREMIER.
la Kndnreed bf
THE BANKS,
LEADING LAWYERS,
and BUSINESS MEN. '
N. VV. ALGER,
Agent for New Mexico.
Also Airent for the beat ItriLDINO and LOW ASSOCIATION,
' "Til HI IlUDUSTniAL."
STOCK FOR SAI.R.
hS l AHl.lbHhD letivl.
Academy of "Our Lady of Light"
HOARDlN'ii AND nvv tirttiuii vi. u
SANTA TE, (JlkLS AND YtlUNti LADIKS. NFW MFXICO.
COWIHICTKII BY TU
SISTERS OIF" LORETTO.
TL 40th Acadfinic Tpiiii Will Orn'n MouiUy, Sppt 5th, J 898.
Thi. Aradrmv l.alitiaii-,1 In a moil il,,iralilr lig ation In llieriir mi f:tininia fur lia hralthfiil
nrl ittf rreulil. ..iiiii I ..lnn .l.n.. i.......i..i .1.. '
-i . 1 J. 1 1. . . . m : 'iiii"iic;t lunula mini witn nimirni enliven rncra. in.
clitiiinu atramhral. Iml ami cul l wntrr. I;tllii. -.
rf..7...T .V. u . """I""" '"y '"ain n cnniniiuiinu lo a iniirtiiign ana rrllnrd
ediiratliin. Milan- ami Art rrt ttve aiirclal aitennon.
r..iiaiiiii-Lii;p, real,
Whitcomb Springs
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open A. 11 the "Year.
Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The lollowintr is the
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
oodium chloride, grains per gallon 1937
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 14360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Total
Water delivered in the city.
for the springs every Wednesday
Order slate at O. W. Strong's,
avenue, AJbuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMD Proprietor.
W AI . CHAPLIN,
1 K i Ir;a-1 -
1 r i
Mi
Good Goods at Low Pricos.
113 Railroad Avenue. Albuquerque, N. M.
ESTABLISHED 1873.
L. B. PUTNEY,
-01d Reliable"
Wholesale Grocer 1
FLOUR, GRAIN &
rltOvISIONS.
Oar Lta S0o'ttv.
Farm and Freight Wagons 1
RAILROAD AVENUE. :
NrlT !
Lumbar
iiV'v' VJ--. 'll'l
, aniatan l
Baildlnr Papsr
Alway la Btock
First St. and Lead
CANDY
CATHARTIC
ScuRE CONSTIPATION .4
,2?5"i"",,, "lJlllavt," vt''TZ''
106 Vrf 2V, iiw Avp'
iSc 50c '-iaUi.-1-
ZEIGER CAFE!
QUICKEL & HOT IK. Proos.
(8nMors to ITruuk M. Jonu I
Finest WMskles, Imported and Domestic Vmi and Cognacs
Tke Coolest and Hlrtest Crtle cf Liftr Sfrrel
Finest Billiard Hall In tho Territory.
Finest and Itest Imported and Domestic VAm
uu
JOHNSTON & JIOOUB'8
K.tmoits Starrs Leave
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
J-v'For the Resort.
Amry Ked an1 Sates Rtah'es.
lUrK5! t aitT prt o' tharlijr for onlf 25c,
Old Tlep!tmis n fl. New Telephone No. 114
C0?PER AYEN08, Bet. S?canJ and Tblrd Sts
V'lattataay
MONKY TO LOAM.
CIIAH1 kKhU 1S7
SISTER SUPERIOR.
and Health toil,
H-337I
Conveyance leaves Albuoueroue
and Sal ur. lay morning.
corner Second street and Conner
A comphito Stock of tho
Douglas Shoes and Slippers.
Ladies' Button and
Lacfl Shoos of All
Descriptions.
flmrrlr. th. Larfaat sad
Moat Silaulia Kloek or
-:staple : grocehies:
To b FooDtt HoathAt.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.
!aib, Dtsri,
V'.' I .--. : ) "7 1 .n. i . i,...,
urtai. ill. n V
Hail, Cinio
fi ui Filati.
Ave., Albuquerque
ALL
DRUGGISTS

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