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National Republican Ticket
For Vicej rrealdent
OF KRW YORK.
TFRHITOHI At. Rert lM.lCAM TICKft
For Delegate to Confrreea
IIJKKXAIID 8. KOUEV.
IU'Xlstratlon will close on October I.
The Oleaner aaya there la no dema
cratlc party In McKlnley county.
It. H. Rodey la certain to have a mt'
Jorlty of over 3.000 In the terrttory.
The Timea-Herald predlcta that Chi-
caxo will give McKlnley 50.000 ma)or
The Oallup Uleanvr la making
splendid fight for the beat interests of
Iowa beats any other state In th
union this year In Its production of
corn, w hlch amounts to UJ,J3,060 bush
els. The report of the commissioner of th
sjeneral land office shows th govern
ment haa ei7.i3S.Jso acrea open to act
tlement. Kanaaa la preparing to make another
U'U n sweep next month. Th broom
corn crop this year is tli greateat In
Along with the plow and other evi
dences of civilisation, the Apaches
have acquired consumption, according
to General Merrlam'a report.
The businesa men of Denver have
aent a petition to the dally press of thai
city requesting that the campaign of
mud-BUnglng now In uivgrea should
During the last lineal year ending
June 30. lltoo, the commissioner of In
ternal revenue collected t2,foj4,491 as a
tax upon legacies, which Is an Increase
of l.C4li,0(6 from the previous year.
The Insurrection In southern China
appears to be spreading and growing
m ire formidable, and It seems that af
ter all Prince Tuan. so far from being
In tlbgrace and in danger of losing his
head. Is In reality carrying thing wkh
as blah a hand as ever.
A carefully tubulated statement of
the trusta existing In the country when
Mr. Ilryan and his party went out of
power March i, 1HD7, discloses th fact
that there were with an aggregate
capitalisation of t.'..174,2:U,TK0. Among a
list Is Tammany Hall's (Amaolldatcd
li e company, which waa organised In
1KM. with a capital of 111,255.000. Neith
er Mr. Ilryan nor his party did any
thing to suppi'ts these trusts when It
was In their power to do something be-
I'l' S talking.
ItltVAMTK IN Til IC I'll I LI I'M N KM.
I in February li, lst, Agulnaldo's sec
retary of the interior, Issued a procla
mation from which the following Is an
"You will so dispose that at I o'clock
ul night the Individual of the terri
torial mill ilu at your orders will be
found united In all the streeta of San
Pedro, armed with their boloa, revol
ve! s and guns, and ammunition, If
convenient. Filipino families only will
be ivircted. They should not be mo
lested, but all other Individuals of
whatever race they may be, will be ex
terminated without any compassion
after tho extermination of the army of
That dhows the character of the Iliy
unites of the Inland of I.uson. It Is
thosu wrciclup for whom liryun Is auk
ina the sympathy of th mawkhth and
weak niinJ.'J. It Is ovt-r such bands of
murdi-ii-rj that he propones to estab
lish .his "uble government" without
aitkln the "lonn.-m of the governed''
and Ui. ii tuin them looe to run amuck
among the nations Mhlle we stund by
wllh loaded gun to prevent Interfer
ence ft III.IC LAMIS.
The total sales of government land
during the year en-led June SO, 1110,
were 13,i3 7 acres, an Increase of over
.iiuu,oo0 from the fiscal year of 1K. and
the caul! receipts of the land offlc
r fl,3; 768. the largeet for several
llurlngth year 1,1!70 1'i.ople took up
original homestead niuies. ainouiitlni
to t,,.o kTs; 3.4;n people took tip
flewnt land, amouhilnif to 60.1-5 crc,
new antler, upon uno.-i iiple.1 land, who
HP "if' ' -f n avpr.m
ur lin jrrei i' n. t.ir .1 )wr nr fo pmn-
. I hmi till, ape. lis II r,mArlt:ihl
tliey Air hard up r have fit tvl to moKe
llvlnrt at ilr f rm f hum", bir! last
Vi ir there mi liigrr e.-rdi:s fioin
I he olil stt,s Ui I ho new than fjr many
l.ir retullii an of this county v.lil
hold convention at the court house '
- 1 1 . u til 'nliU l - H 1 '
lin !.., nr., . ivi'nw. n
Bnimln.ite the lnnlnt tl-ket at me np
(iro u hlnft election.
Mud Have terk Helmels.
Army ofllcera were conniderahly etir-
prled at reading dlepatchei of the en f
ferlnai of the American troopx In Chl-
from the heat, on nunt of their
hat. It wan the belief that the red
men H aent to China had been equip
ped with rork hclmeti and that their
campaign hata had been discarded. The
heat of the iuh la danirerou. but over
heating of the dlgeatlve organa la even
more an.. To overcome Irritation and
other atomach trouble there la noth
ing to equal Homelier' Ktnmach Hit
ter. No matter how long you have suf
fered from constipation. Indigeatlon,
dyspepsia, liver and kidney troubli.
he Blttera will cure you. It alao
create a hearty appetite, and Is an ex
cellent lonlo for Ih ntrves. Try It.
Draoeoata ram be cured by tsatna; Aek
sr Dyaaiiala tablvta, On Itttla Tab
let will give Imraedktt rallaf or monay
refunded. 8oM In band soma tin boxes
at H eantA J. H. O'Reilly Co.
P LACKS or WOIUHIP,
Immaculate TViKeptlon Karly mass
a. tn.: children's mass, 1:13: high
maaa and sermon. 10:SO a. m.: Bundny
achool I p. m.; veapers. Instruction and
benediction. 7:10 p. m.
Service at the Presbyterian church,
Silver avenue and Fifth street Itev. T.
C. Beattle. pastor, at 11 a. m. and 7.30
n m Y. P. B. C. B. at t n m.: Bun-
day sc hool at :45 a. m. All cordially In
vited. The Highland M. K. church, south
til south Arno afreet. J. N. McVlure,
paetor ftun.Wy school at :4S a. m.;
league at 1:30 p. m.; preaching by the
pastor at 11 a. m. and J:S0 p. m. A wel
come to all, especially to strangers and
Bt. J.rtin'e Episcopal church, order of
service for Sunday, the 1t 7 a. m.
holy communion; 10 a. m., Bundsy
school; 11 a. m.. morning prayer ana
sermon; 7:30 p. m. evening prayer nu
sermon, nrlght services. All welcome,
Rev. R. Renlaon. rector.
First Baptist church, Bruce Kinney,
pastor Sunday school a t:4&, John R.
Coon, auperlntendent. Morning wor
ship at 11. subject. "As Thy IMy Thy
Strength." Christian Endeavor at :S0.
Evening service at 7:30; subject, "Who
Is Mr Neighbor?" Song service. All
Invited. Strangers made welcome.
Dr. Bunker, of the Lead avenue
M. E. church will begin on Sunday
evening, a series of eerm ins on tne
Ten Commandments." During the
progress of the course almost every
phase of moral life will be discussed
This course has attracted wide atten
tion elsewhere and will do good.
Dr. Bunker will preach morning and
evening at the Lead avenue M. E
church. In the evening th pastor will
begin a serlea of aermona on the "Ten
Commandments." Beats free and all
cordially Invited. Sunday achool at 4ft
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.; Epworth
league at 1:30 p. m.; preaching at 7:30.
Conarregat tonal church, corner of
Broadway and Coal avenue, Rev. W, J
March, pastor Preaching services at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.: aermons by the
paator Sunday school at 1:45 a. m.; Ju
ntur bndravor at I p. m.; sei.lor En
deavor at f :30 p. m. A cordial Invita
tion la extended to all, especially
strangers to attend these meetings.
Th bast method of oleanilng th llv
tr U th dm of th famous little pill
known aa DeWItt Llttl Early Rlaers
Easy to take. Never grip. Berrj
Drug Co., Cosmopolitan Drug Btor.
Wm. II. Walsh, of Window, who was
married at Wlnslow, a notice of the
wedding appearing In yeaterday'a (ill
len, la not starting out In life under
the most pleasant circumstances. His
family In this city have disinherited
him for abusing his mother.
It U well to know that DeWltfl
Witch Haiel SaWawlU heal a burn and
atop th pain at one. It will cur
ectema and skin disease and ugly
wounds and sores. It 1 a certain cur
for plies. Counterfeit may be offered
you. Be that you get th original Da
Witt's Witch Hasel Balv. Barry
Drug Co.. Cosmopolitan Drug 8 lor.
Marshal's faun Nolle.
Notice Is hereby given that I will sell
at public auatlon Monday, October !3,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the city building,
one Impounded bay horse, about aeven
years old, branded ll-C on left shoul
der. THUS. M. MII.I.IN,
Double back and front working
hlria. Regular 7S cent kind fur 45 cents
a tltosenwald Bros.
The committee In charge of the Cath
olic fair Is very desirous to let every
body know that the fair will far excell
In beauty and splendor everything yet
seen tn thla city. The decorations will
be grand in fact enchanting, and sat
isfy the moat critical. Watch for the
MIBS E8TELLE M. VALCK,
ths violinist, has returned and Is or
ganising bar claas for violin and man
dolin Instruction. M as Vslck la a col
lege graduate and devotes her entire
tim to teaching. Pupils beginning now
will have ths advantage of ensemble
work thla year. For terma and particu
lars inquire at I2 North Fifth street.
Ladles neckwear at eastern cost a
large assortment. Itosenwald Bros.
Will gtv you mors than aoy on else
tor second-band furniture. Do not sell
until I bav mad you a price. If you
have real estate to sell, list It with to.
If you want to buy, I hav Just what
you ar looking for. Especial bargain
tn Hue brick home near the shops. An
other on Copper avenue and on oo
North Second street. Hav for sale
cheap a total adder National cash reg
ister, in An condition, ti horee power
portabla engine and boiler In good
condition, burglar and Ore-proof safe,
bids presa. office furnishings. Fair
bank warehouse scale, capacity 1.00
pounds, stock of millinery and toys,
horses, buggies, pianos, billiard and
pool tables, a magnificent family bora,
ogrnea and buggy. Tn horse is well
brad, alsnds it hands high. Is eoal
black, weighs 1.100 pounds. Is between
I and T years old, and perfectly sound,
snd a lt-year old chi d can handle him
as shs would a kitten. I mak a spec
ialty of auction sale and commission
butlntia Maom It, over Dontho
hardwsr store, Armljo building. If
not thus, call No, 111; new telephone,
Rio arriba county.
JUUKU Ui Oi nuuci anu uutiwiciu
at Ticrra Amarilla.
TARTY WEU ORGANIZED.
A pe lal corm pon-lent of the New
Mexican, wrltlns; from Tlene Amsrllle
nn the Rio Arriba murf.y republican
,ii ven lion, s.
Governor Otero. Hon. H. R. Rodey
and Ju.lge Pendleton, who had been
nominated In Ban Juan county for the
glnlatnre from Taos, Rk Arriba and
Ban Jimn counties, were formally re
ceived by the convention. Oovernor
0;eio made an excellent addres on
errltorlal finances and other subjects
if IntereM, and then Introduced Mr.
Ilmley as a friend of nineteen year,
who had been enthusiast Icaaly nominat
ed by the unanimous voice of the terrl-
Mr. Itodey spoke at some length and
made good Impression. He returned
he governor's compliment by saying
he was on of the best governors New
Mexico had ever had; thrnt In an Inter
view with President McKlnley he as
sured the president that In the ap
pointment of Governor Otero he had
made the very best possible selection,
and that he felt authorised to say on
behalf of the New Mexican people,
wltliout any expcctlon, that the selec
tion Is absolutely the best that could
have been made, an dthe president an
swered: "I believe o and I will sus
tain him. He will certainly be re-ap-
pointed," mid Mr. lUxley. "There Is no
doubt of that and he deserves It." He
then touched on the various Issues of
the campaign, and expressed his sur
prise and admlratkm at the beauty and
prosperity of Rio Arriba county.
JuJge Pendleton made a stirring ad-
drees, which left an excellent Impres
sion on the audience, and Hon. W. E.
Martin closed the reception by an elo
quent speech In Spanish.
luting the convention Hon. I B.
Prince Introduced resolutions for a
better organisation In the county,
which were unanimously adopted
These pr vlde for the formation of
county committee of nine member,
three from e.ich district; snd for pre
cinct committee of three each.
The rounty commHtee was Immed
iately appointed, and consists of L. B.
Prince. Amado Orlls. Marrirlto florre-
eo. Vencesiao Jaratiuiio. w. w. naigeni,
Ignoi lo U Ortls, J. M. Archuleta, W. E.
Ilroad, Perfecto Esqulbel. It subse
quently organised by electing Colonel
Jaramlllo Chairman, Amado Ortlx sec
retary and W. E. ltroad treasurer, with
heiidiiuarlers at El Rlto.
lines It rsy to May Ciusp.
A cheap remedy for cough and eokl
I nil right, but you want something
that will relieve and curt th most s.
ver and dangerous raoulta of throat
snd lung trouble. What ahall you do?
do to a warmer and more regular ell
mate? Yea, U possible; If not paewtbU
for you, then In either case t&k the
only remedy that haa been Introduced
in all civilised oountiiea with aucoeae
In severe throat and lung trouble,
"Boachee'i Qarman Byrup." It not only
heala and atlmulatea the tissues to de-
troy tha germ disease, but nllajra In
flammntlon, cause easy expectoration
give a good nlght'a rest and cures the
patient. Try on bottle. Recommend
el many year by all druggists In the
world. Fur Mi by J. II. O Rlelly Co.
Mllllnn fllvea Away.
It I certainly gratifying to tha
lio to know of on concern la tha la ad
who ar not afraid to ho generoua to
th needy and auSerlng. Tha propria
Ion of Dr. King's Nw Discovery for
consumption, coughs and oolds, hart
given away over tan million trial bot
tle of this great medicine; and have
th satisfaction of knowing It haa ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeleas
case. Asthma, bronchitis, hoars;
ind all diseases of tha throat,
nd lung ar surely cured by It, Oall
m J. H. O'Reilly Co., druggists.
get trial bottle. Regular alas M eanta
and II. Every bottle ruaranteed, or
ItUUKY lit A HI KB WINNER.
Consensu vs. estimates la Counties Khew
The following conservative estimates
of majorities based on the latest Infor
mation, which Is thoroughly reliable,
would indicate the election of Bernard
S. Rodey as delegate to congress be
yond a doubt.
ni rnallllo ..
Dona Ana ..
Rio Arriba .
Santa Fe ...
tn Colfax and Tao counties the two
candidates will run about even.
ror Over rifty tsars.
An 0i.ii and Wiix-Tbiid Rimkdt.
sirs. Wlnslow's Soothing Byrup has
teen used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their ohilrea
while teething, with Derfect suocaaa.
It soothes th child, softens th gums,
mays all pale, cures wind oollo, and
Is th best remedy for diarrhea. It
is pleasant to ths tut. Bold by drag
Clsts In very (art of ths world.
Twenty-five cents botUa, Its value
la Incalculabla Ba auiw aa ask for
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Byrup and
take no other kind.
Dull headache, pains In various parts
of the body, sinking at t! pit of th
tcmach, loss of appetite, feverishoeos,
plmjile or sore) ar all pool llv evi
dences of Impure blood. No msutar
how It becutn so It must be purified
In order to obtain good health. Ack
er's Blood Elixir haa never tailed to
cur scrofulous or syphiUllo poisons or
any otiir blood disease, it Is cer
tainly a wonderful remedy, and w sell
every bottl on a poaltlv guaraute. J.
If, O'Reilly aV Oo.
Jl IMiB Ii. s. koik.Y.
Ilia huuilbatlun Has I'nlted the Rewublt-
The Raton Range, apeoklng editorial
ly on the ran liiUcy of Judge Rodey for
delegate to congre, says:
"Thu republican nomine for delegate
1 not w ithout honor, even In til own
country. Albuquerque, the horn of B.
iiouejr, an wisn to ao nim nonor, ji
would seem as It some unforeseen hand
was ahaplng the destinies of tha repub
lican party in New Mexico. The nom
ination of B. H. Rodey has niw the
'or integral part of the party fel (tsalf
usual Interest ha been anaiicurated,
and B. S. Iloder wilt receive 4he sup-
port of the united republican parly la
New Mexico. If elected f which there
la no question tie will rank amonf the
beat delegates ever sent from the lerrl
tory. He (a equipped In experience. In
Intllectual endowment and with hit
knowledge of he territory, to do what
la next and needful. Many irrave and
Important questions, In which the peo
ple of New Mexico have a vital Inter-
t. will a flue In consxes within the
next two years and a man like II. K.
Itodey will be needed at Wahlns;ton."
Do not get scared If your heart
troubles you. Most likely you suffer
from Indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests what you eat and gives
tha worn out stomach perfect rest. It
Is th only preparation known that
completely digests all classes of food;
that Is why It cures th worst cases of
Irdlgestlon and stomach trouble attar
everything else haa failed. It may be
taken In all conditions and cannot help
but do yon good. Berry Drug Co., Cos
mopolitan Drug Btor.
The Brunswick cigar took first prist
at the Paris exposition.
Warklag bay sad Night. '
Ths busiest and mightiest llttl thing
that aver wss mad Is Or. King's Nsw
Life pills. Every pill Is a sugar-coated
globule of health, that change weak
nert Into strength, lUtleaaneas Into en
ergy, brain-fag Into mental power.
They're) wondrfukt In building op ths
health. Only M cants per box. Sold by
J. H. O'Reilly Co.
nr.NVKR a) RIO tlRANDK.
Meetings at lieaver-K. L. Ilartlelt He-
ejected a Director.
Annual meeting of the Denver at Kio
Orande and auxlillary railroad com
panies were held Tuesday In their
headquarter In the Wqultable bulkllng
at Denver. No action wa taken at
either meeting relative to further con
struction work. The mt-etlna; of stock
holder-., election of directors and elec
tion of officers was mere formality, aa
only a few persons were prenent carry
ing proxies of the absentee.
The only changes made were on the
Rio Orande Junction road, the Denvor
A III j Orande and Colorado Midland
Joint track. Changes on the Colorado
Midland necessitated this action. To
the director were added Frank Trum
bull, Col. It. C. Dodge and C. H.
Schlacka, who took the places of O. W.
KUtlne. W S. Wing waa elected au
ditor, Vic L. 1. Cannon, resigned.
Colonel Dodge was elected Vice prenl
The Denver A Rio Orande re-elerted
Its old directors as follows: George
Comiell. Richard T. Wilson. William
Mertens. Charles C. Beaman and J
Edward Simmons and Arthur Coppell,
all of New York; John Lowber Welsh
Philadelphia, and EJ. T. Jeffrey and
Edward O. Woloott, Denver. George
Coppell, chairman of the board, and
Mr. Jeffrey, prenldent. and all the o:h
er ofllccr were re-elected.
The llt- Grande linn-"' any
elected as director -ell,
Richard T. Wilson. V. an
E. T. Jeffrey and J. F n
drews and J, "W, Ollluiy, all Denver
Kio Orande official. It Is this toad
recently Incorporated to build several
branch lines or feeders fo
al Itk) GranJe railroad, t
now building the Texas
There was no action "
structlng the otlur
that nothing wilt D
the completion of in
The Rio Orsnd" tunU r-e. the New
Mexico line, eli-..t.j these directors:
'. A. 8.
Hughes. E. It. Mi
W. GIIIuly a K
TW que- '
of the s.
did not come
It waa, howeve,
and It la undersi
over for further cot,
the Rk) Grand'
d by Mr Jeffr
in, It was s
We guarantee you a u
Ing on trousers the cumin
I.' W a pair. A big bargain.
Stern, the Railroad avenue clothier.
IF YOU NKBD DENTAL WORK,
BEH Dlt. IlllKlll A.M. TUB DENTIST,
ROOM 31. N. T. ARMIJO Hl'ILDlNG.
PRONPEMOl'S GRANT COl'NTY.
Its Mine sad Mills Are Kapl'i'lly Pushing
It to the rroot.
Hon. Robert Hlack, of Silver City re
cetnly spent a day In the capital city.
Mr. Hkick la an old timer In New Mex
ico and served In the legislature In
ISM). He I a sturdy republican and s
prosperous contractor. He emphasises
the great prosperity that Grant county
and especially Silver City la enjoying.
Building is continually In progress, and
Improvements are being made right
along. The development of the mining
Industry Is resHinslble for this, and
such mining towns like Plnos Altos,
Santa Rita and Hanover are very pros
perous Indeed. I'nfortunately. the
stock Industry suffered severely this
sumer on account of the drouth and the
heat. Mr. Black says that It was the
hottest sumer he had ex-rlenced In 20
years. Experiments will, however, be
made tn drilling wells lo find artesian
water, and that may solve the water
question, especially for Sliver City,
which suffers every year more or lei's
on account of a kick of water.
Th smelter at Silver City, which has
been bought up by the trust, ! treating
1W tons of ore every day, and Is pay
ing lis employes well and promptly.
Politically, there will be a rloee fight hi
the county this fall, with the advan
tage apparently on the republican aide.
of cod-liver oil is the means of
life and enjoyment of life to
thousands: men women and
When appetite fails, it re
stores it. When food is a
burden, it lifts the burden.
When you lose flesh, it
brings the plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
duty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
wedge; the thick end is food.
But what is the use of food.
when you hate it, and can't di
Scott's emulsion of cod
liver oil is the food that nialpa
forget your stomach.
WVU m4 m kills te try, : rw HVs.
IVIT 10WM, o read uiw, Kiw York
"MVOWN SELF ACAIH."
Hra. Oetee Write to Mrs. rtakhaeai
rallews net Advtee aad K Made Well.
"Dbar Mm. PmmRAii I For ncarljf
two and one-bait years I hav been in
(cable health. After my little child came
It seemed I could not
get my strength
Spain. I bsvs
chills and ths
severest pains In
my limbs and top
ot head and am
ble at times. I
also hav a pain
j just to tha right of
f breast bona. It is
if so sever at times
'A that I cannot 11a on
V.i l I think of my ess."
ill I Mns.CLAnA Oars,
) I Johns P.O., MLss.,
April IS, 1898.
Jr " Dcai Mna Puiibaiii
IharsUken Lydla E. Plnkham's Vega
tabl Compound aa advised and now
sand you a letter for publication. Fot
ssveral years I was In such wretched
health that Ufa waa almost a burden.
I could hardly walk across tha floor,
was ao (esble. Bevtral of onr best
physicians attended sne, but (ailed to
help. I concluded to write) to you for
advice). In a few days I received such
a kind, motherly letter. 1 followed you r
Instructions and am my 'old self
again. Was greatly benefited before I
had need one bottle. May God bless
you (or what yon are doing- for suffer
ing women." Mrs. Claba. Oatci,
Johns I O., Miss., Oct. 6. 18VA.
nil rr.it r.NCB or opinion.
As lo the Identity nf the Bones lliseavered
In James Canyon.
BltcrlfT Pot Oarrett received a ills
patch ln-t night from Sheriff Baker of
Otero county saying that It waa Im
posMlble to Identify the bones found In
James canyon as those nf the missing
Col. Fountain and his little son.
Sheriff Oarrett now thinks that Is
nothing In the find and so stated last
J. J. -Fountain, son of Col. .A. J
Fountain, returned from Alamogordo
last lilglit, where he had been to inves-
tlgatcthe case. He s.iy It is doubtful
If the bones found were those of his
father and little brother, but that thry
were evidently those of a man and boy.
Several little articles were found with
them that his father never carried, but
It la possible that these were put In the
grave to mislead the otllcers In case the
remain were found.
"There la no question," said Mr.
Fountain, "but that the bone are those
of a man and boy and it is equally cer
tain that they were murdered and their
form destroyed to prevent Identifies
tlon. No one can remember of any oth
er case of disappearance in that section
except thut of my father, and It looks
very much like the proper remain had
Mr. Fountain say that th fact that
these bones were found some distance
from the place where his father was
murdered amounts lo nothing as the
nurdercr would naturally have taken
iem away. El Paso Herald.
Experience is the. best teach-r. Use
Acker's English Bemedy In any si
of coughs, colds, or eroup. Should II
fal t glvs Imiiedlate tellef money
ISo an' VM J. 1L O'RIeUy
(I'NK ON TIIK llKANt'll.
lu Providence to tlet Over the ll
vision. n olllclul nf one of the nvada running
to Topeka had occasion recently to
nter Into correspondence with yard
masters and switchllKht-men along the
line regarding the signal lamps used
within their Jurisdiction, He wantfd
to know whether they were looked af
ter by railroader or people living near
the stations. If by the latter, whether
the farmers took them to light their
way to bed. and a number of other
f lets looking to the Improvement ot ths
Thei Information requested come
along in Installments, the monotony of
which was finally broken by the follow
ing letter from a functionary on one of
the small branches In western Kansas:
"Dear Sir We do not have any sig
nal lights on our branch. Wo do not
need or require any. Ily the llKht of the
moon, the gleam of the stars and the
help of God we manage to get over our
division. Yours truly. ."
WT.en you have no appetite, do not
relish your food and feel dull otter
eating, you may know that you need a
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Price, li cants. Sam
ples free at sll drug stores.
We have the largest and
Best Assorted Stock of
Ranges, Cooking Stoves, Base
Burners, Air Tight and other
Heating Stoves ever brought
to Albuquerque ::::::::
Whits Knight I cent cigar.
Sofa pillows, from U cents up. at Al
bert Faber'a. Orarnt building.
Klelnwort's Is th place to get your
nice fresh steak. All kind of nice
To Ioan (10,000 on
Inquire ot B. II.
querqus real estate.
Ths Brunswick ten cent cigar
Just been awardej first prise at
Look Into Klelnwort's market on
north Third tret. He haa the nicest
fresh meats In the city.
Jemes Hot Springs stage office. First
street stable. Leav Albuquerque
Monday snd Fridays at I a. m.
Be ootid fall shiprr .t of ths celebrat
ed "Walkover" shoes. Beat I M shoes
for men on earth. E. L. Washburn.
Coyots water from ths spring can
only be bad from the Coyote BprtLgs
Mineral Water Co. UVs noith
a rand values la curtains. Our va
riety is ths largest, the styles and qual
ities are attractive and tha prices ar
much lower than anywhere else la this
elty. Albeit Faber, Oram building.
We are determined to close out all
our odde and ends of carpets before
our fall stock arrives. Be our strx k
before purchasing elsewhere. Ws can
sav you money. Albert Faber, Orant
Tba White KnUrnt Is here.
Madam tlrnner's Annnnneentent.
Having Just returned to ths city
from Ban Francisco, where I secured
a knowledge of the latest up-to-date
styles, 1 wish to announce to th ladles
o'. Albuquerque and vicinity that I
hav opened dressmaking parlors at
No. IH North Fourth street, and would
be pleased to receive th patronage of
mr former customers and all others
who desire first class work. All work
tt'rced out by ms will bs guaranteed
satisfactory. Madam C. Oruner, No.
Ill North Fourth street.
riumblna In all Ms branches
Flannel and silk waist all sixes and
colors at manufacturer's cost. Bee
them. Itosenwald Bros.
The Harsch Itott'inc Woiks
ire the enly bottlers of the w n
uioe Coyote Canon Springs Min
ral Water, a 13 S. Ftrtt Slrttt
New 'phone aj,
Mesdames O. D. Miller and J. Rob
bons have opened dressmaking parlors
In ths Columbus hotel over Fox's Jew
elry store and ar prepared to do first
class work at reasonable rates. Th
ladles of Albuquerque srs requested to
Htove repairs fur any atnve nisde.
SO pounds 1100
20 pounds 1.75
10 pound !'0
t pounds So
3 pounds 33
Warranted pure kettle rendered
BLANCHARD MBAT at BUrPLY CO.
For ths return of a diamond stud
lost at the depot during tha hours bs-
tween T and I o'clock on tha S2d Inat.
Any person flndln,' eama can receive
1100 by returning to Oargoura Bros.
B. MICHAEL, aallur N. M.
No nilsltts la stove repairs from Whitney
Call for ths White Knight.
Bank of Commerce
Capital - - $100,000.00
M. S. OTERO.
rn,""U W. J. JOHNSON,
A. M. DLACKWELL. SOLOMON LUNA.
J. C. DALDRIDGU. C. F. WAUGH.
WILLIAM McINTOSH. VV. A. MAXWELL.
Depository for Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.
OFFiCE AN! SHOP, I0D7
Greatly Improved Type-
Writers, en rallT rnm
The Smith Premier
Has come to stay, because
IT IS ALL RIGHT.
N.W. A GER,
1 Otli -xira.-a.C3,l TTcar
0 OF THR o
Goss Military Institute
OPENS SEPT. 15TH, 1900.
ADDRKSS: ISUPT. ROBT. S. GOSS.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
LOANS AND FIRE INSURANCE.
MANAGER ALBUQUERQUE ABSTRACT CO.
MKXT DOOR TO flRST NATIONAL BANK.
t I.60O K lovely home. T rooms, two ont-
Miuiiing.. ansae ena rruii trees, un du
by Hi. Will pay good Inters OQ in
vettment to rent,
l.aoo 4 room trame dwelltnc neat lit ward
School hOUM9 t lots.
4,000 will buy a business propenrin First
SIM) t on Railroad see., to bv 143 feet.
60O-Lo no Second street near City lia.l.
1 .000- brick bualiies property, Uold sve.
f 1,850 A new fe.ldence. 4 mom. end bath
nrar Railroad avenue. A barasin.
$ 1,100 s Iota oo south 1-list street. A bar
gain. 6,600 A 3-story trick boalnes property oo
B.BOO Une brick residence with etsblo,
cbd krn honee, windmill, H acres
with all klndaoi fruit
I.S0O Brick houM, & room, and attic-, lota
. l.SOO 4 room frame residence, south Arno.
Lot bulla feel.
( 1,800 1-stnry boardlnesnd roomlne hinae.
tinod location i la rooms. Abarsau;
1.40O6 room frame boas with batb.cloeet
1,100 -6 room frame honae on south Thirl
Kary payinenu; S percrnt Intrreat.
1,800 rooms snd batb witb all modern
convrnlruce, on aoutb Third e'.reel.
tood change to wure a lovrly home.
a.UCO Uood trick rcsldenrr, 6 rooms ami
batb, 3 lota on corner, stab e, bedK,
tic. (ioou ijca'iun.
Some vrr dnliahla lota on south Sec-jnd .1.,
nt I posliillire, at a bumaiu.
(75 Siooin sdobe house on south Second
BOJ 6 mi.m fiame Iiouh. Uimd locailon,
ocarthopa. A bargain! easy payments.
'a bfivall kln-U or R ft Rub'Mr A
O irr-s. I H HMALL QOANTIl'IKS '
AND OPTKN. It CbHt.1 ua ui-tte, M
tut a are t-ntbled lhrnbj to
giinrmtpe thrm to trur nmtomrs.
i.iid rlnrje no more for theto.
In IMh dry cl'Diste It Is Irsportaot
ltut rub irfli.iuM u t l.av-liMa
lot, g la stock If It In to 'tut ft tea
muii'.iIa lengih ol I line.
Try us for Syringe
of all kinds,
Hot Water Bates,
cn-l everythtug In our Hue ftter
sift rubier Is used.
SoutVa-it ocrnir (Utllrokd Araaus X
lid Be ml Btr t. 'Ptioal V1 fc
STEVE BALLING, P.oprUtor.
Will handle the Finest Line of Liquors and
Clgnra. All I'atmrn and Frlenda Cor
dially Invltedto Visit the Iceberg.
10V-1 1 1 South Second Street.
A. E. WALKED,
lnrtUrj Matct) Balldtt Iuit!il!c3.
OMce at 1. O. Baldrldse't Ismk.r Taid
THn RICO CAFE....
Owes DirsdaLr, Prop.
Ill South Flrat St. J
Tba teat rvndaeieil rrstsurnnt In
town. Ws aim to f onM "Uome"
roiklo:. Kli'sart le-vtrtr, g'nt!a.
lutnl? whIUi. sill rl tull'iei r u'
Wat' hw-r I. t'ur rl:i-i.l ttml'y"
dlDOers S tl.t'SHl. H'Vrf in el ,
n.sl Tk.ket. st R.doced Rst...
VV. S. STRICKLKR
N. SECOND STREET.
- - AGENT.
i,S0O Business property on Silver sveno.
Will pay li percent oa Inter eat.
$10,000 A ba.lneae property on Railroad
avenue, ttood Investment
I, BOO HilcS rraldrnre, S room, and bath,
store room, cellar, wlndml'l, shsde,
lawn. A complete home. Kaay pay.
B.B00 A Une residence fronting Robinson
park: S bta, lawn, fruit, sbsdei It
rooms, modem convcnlencee. A great
t,3BO-Tle "beautiful home of C. H. Kim
ball; lota, shade, fruit, bedee, etc.
0,000 New br ck residence near park; mill b
sold on long time at low rate of interest
Bargslns. We bsve vacsnt lots in sll parts e
the city All prices, buy paymenu.
Bargain.. In realdenre property on Install.
metit plan: low rate of intercut.
( 4,000 will bu an oid eatnhli.hed builnsss,
In irood location. Notbiog better lo
00030 acre tract nf land on north Fourth
street, beyond Inilisn school.
4000 will buy the Midvsle property!
Mountain road. A great bargain.
1,000 -Kanch, 810 acres, near Miirtug'r, N.
M. 3 honi-, SO acres undrtr cultiva
tion. Will trade fot property In Ber
Hooey to Loan,
liave money to loan In tume to euit on good
real estate security at low ruts of Interest.
$ 35 00 A eeven room bouse, furntahed for
housekeeping In tin ward. Stable,
15.00 H room hjuae, nicely lurnl.hed for
housekeeping. South Arno
Room, for light lioun--ketfPiri&: near RobintoD)
park; al.o parlor and piano if denired.
13 .00 Cosy a room bouse with .lnuie tree
and outbounr. Near ouatnea center, i
75.00 lirge fctoreroorn and warelioue, wltn
rni.roal frontage aud track ;vacaut about
itcbison, Topeka & Santa Fe.
from thb north Arrive
No. 1Callfomla kxpreas V :46 pm
No. 17 kiprew- NjSS pna
(l.)lNO north Lesves
No. 3 Atlantic Kl-rem 8 8-J pro
No. 83 Locul Mprea. . 0:OO am
hon th south, Amvee
No. 33-Local Kxpreas B;U6 sm
ooino south Lesves
No ai-Meslco kapreas 13:05 am
prom ths wkst
S Atlantic l-.aprea..,.
1 Pscillc Kspieisi ....
Not. 1 and 3, tactile and Atlantic Eipress
tiav Pullman palace drawing room care, tour,
lat aleeplng cara and chair car. between Cbl
Cairo and Ci. AnKelea and bun Kranciacu.
Noa.31 and 33. Mealco and Local Kipress,
bave Pullman palace cars and chair cara front
kl Paao to Kanaaa Cltv.
a. l u.l.Nftail. Joint Agsut.
We fcava for utile 400 flrgt-elass
Fore Bred Merioo Bucks,
AT Itr.V30NA.SLK PBICRS.
Carl bo seen at San Antonio
about Novembei Flint. For par
C. II. ELMIiNDOR.IT,
Santa Fe. N. M.
215 South Second St.
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