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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY C1T1ZKN MONDAY JANUARY 19 190H
DEYOE'S READY - MIXED PAIN
One Gallon cover Jtuu Square Feet
See the Prices See tie Goods.
Single buggy harness $G.OO to $20.00.
Double buggy harness, $15X0 to $25.
X C and Brass Mounted, harness,
$15.50 to $20.00.
Team harness, $7.50 to $35.00.
Saddle, $7.00 to $40.00.
Boys' sadJIes, $3.50 to $7.50.
Leather, Lap Robes, Whips, Horse
Blankets, elc, etc.
Thos- F. Kelelier
406 Railroad Ave Mbuquerque
West Railroad Avenue.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
Successor to Balling Bros.
Wedding : Oake : a : Specialty
We desire patronage, and we
guarantee first-class baking.
C07 8. First St, Albuquerque, N. M.
J. A. SKINNER
206 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
SANTA FE, N. M
FIRE PROOF, ELECTRIC
LIGHTED, 8TEAM HEATED,
BATHS AND 8ANITARY ?
LARGE 8AMPLE ROOM a
FOR COMMERCIAL MEN. X
AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN 0
GEO. E. ELLIS, c
Proprietor and Owner.
Railroad Time Tables
(In Effect Nov. 1, 1SU2.)
ARRIVE FROM THE NORTH.
No. 1, California Express.... 7:15 p.m.
No. 7. Mex. & Cal. Express. .11): 05 p.m.
No. 3, California Limited. .. .10:60 a.m.
LEAVE GOING NORTH.
No. 2, Atlantic Express ..... 8:30 a.m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited 11:55 p.m.
No. 8, Chicago Express 7:30 p.m.
ARRIVES FROM SOUTH.
No. 22, Atlantic Express .... 7:10 a.m.
LEAVES GOING SOUTH.
No. 27, Mexico Express 11:00 pm-
ARRIVE FROM WEST.
No. 2, Atlantic Express 8:05 a.m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited 11:45 p.m.
No 8, Chicago Express 6:45p.m.
LEAVE GOING WEST.
No. 1, California Express.... 8:15p.m.
N 3, California Limited .... 11 : 00 a.m.
No. 7, Mex. & Cal. Express. .10:45 p.m.
No. 7 will carry mall from the east
and No. .1 from the west
j The No. 3 and No. 4 are the limited
and they arrive daily.
Local freight No. 99, going south,
F. U MYERS, Agent
What Is the Use
of suffering from Indigestion If you eat
what you want, or of starving yourself
to avoid such dlstreesT Acker's Dys.
pepsia Tablets taken after eating will
digest your food perfectly and free
you from all tLe disagreeable symp
toms of indigestion and dyspepsia. Eat
what you wan; lit any time and take an
Acker tablet afterward. Positively
guaranveed. Your money will always
Im refunded if yon ore not satisnoct.
Write to us for a free sample. W. H.
Hooker & Co., Buffalo. N. Y. J. K
ORielly & Co.. and B. H Brlgg & Co
HONOR THE DEAD.
Carlsbad Suspends Business in Mem
dry of Robert W. Tansill.
A memorial service was held at
Carlsliad Thursday night la the parlors
of the Union chili of that place In re
spect to the memory of the late Robert
Weems Tunslll, who died suddenly De
cerning 29. The meeting was largely
attended and business In the town, of
a!! kinds, was expended during the ser
A.'tcr rctitins the v.orl; of Mr. Tan
si'.! Tor irrigation the resolution passed,
"Rerolved, That in the death of
RoVrt Ween.s Tar.siU the members of
this club sympathize with his bereaved
widow In the loss of an affectionate
husband and devoted companion;
with his young son in the loss of a
father whose temperate habits, indus
try. Integrity and devotion to his
friends he may ever emulate and con
sider his most valuable heritage; and
with all those who have been so fortu
nate as to know him intimately, we
sympathize and share with them the
loss of a genial companion and valued
friend; a shinglng example of heroic
suffering without a complaint; of un
remitting industry and most strenuous
activity for the general good of this
community; and. by his death, the pen,
which has done more to bring Carlsbad
and the lower valley into prominent
notice man all others together, is for
ever stopped; be It further
"Resolved, That It shall be the ambi
tion and hope of the members of this
club to see the work which he did in
spreading abroad the advantages of
this country, like seed sown In good
soil, grow and produce an hundred
fold, so that his sanguine hope for the
early settlement of the whole valley,
by prosperous farmers, fruit growers
and stock raisers, will be speedily
realized, and especally his fond hope
to see in operation a sanitarium on the
heights for the accommodation of
those afflicted like himself, where they
also can obtain new life from the cli
mate and sunshine, which were so
beneficial to him."
Unconscious From Croup.
During a sudden and terrible attack
of croup our little girl was unconscious
from strangulation, says A. L. Ppafford
postmaster, Chester, Mich., a?"! a dose
of One Minute cough Cure Wi.j a '.min
istered and repeated often. It reduced
the swelling and inflammation, cut the
mucus and shortly tbec hild was rest
ing easy and speedily recovered. It
cures coughs, colds, lagrippe, and all
throat and chest and enables the lungs
to contribute pure, health-giving ox
ygen to the blood. J. H. O Rielly &
Co. and B. H. Briggs & Co.
What Does It Mean?
About a week ago Dick Rankin told
Deputy Sheriff Pilant that he had seen
a deserted wagon standing by a rock
house twelve miles east of the Pecos
river bridge. Mr. r'ilant went out there
last Saturday and found that the wa
gon Contained cooking utensils, two
mattresses, a "tarp," pillow, four slick
ers, one juniper, two coats and vests
and a set of ehan harness. It had been
there four or five weeks and when Dick
Rankin first went to it, there was some
sugar and coffee among the camp
tricks. There was also an album, sev
eral letters and an envelope addressed
to a party whose name the deputy did
not care to give. Roswell Register.
We sell tne greatest or blood puri
fiers, Acker's Blood Elixer, under a pos
itive guarantee. It will cure chron
ic and other blood poisons. If you
have eruptions or sores on your body,
or are pale, wet-k or run down, it is
just what you need. We refund money
if you are not satisfied. 50 cents and
$1. J. H. O Rielly & Co., and B. H.
Briggs u Co.
From the Republican.
J. M. Carman has been laid up a few
days with a severe cold.
Dr. C. G. Foulks, the local dentist,
returned from a successful profes
sional visit to several towns in Navajo
and Apache countes, Arizona.
Sergeant Karrigan, who has been
ordnance sergeant at Fort Wingate for
many years, has made application to
be retired. He has served Uncle Sam
faithfully for thirty-six years and will
retire on a pension of $42 per month.
J. B. Smith and family left here for
Redding, Cal., where they will reside
in future. Mr. Smith Is one of the
oldest residents of McKinley county
and is a first class citizen in every
E. F. Kenney left on a business trip
for Daggett, Cal., where he owns an in
terest in a well developed silver mine,
for which $100,000 was refused a few
years ago. Mr. Kenney went to meet
some prospective buyers, and will
probably dispose of his interest defore
vt imam Kelly, the genial manager
of the Colorado Supply company's
store, met with a little mishap a few
days ago. He was bringing in some
coal and slipped on the pavement and
fell, breaking one of his ribs, He is
able to be about, but It will be several
days before he wil be his real self
Attorney Scott an - George Sampson
returned from Fort Defiance, where
they have spent the last four days in
the examination of several Indians
who were arrested by the reservation
police charged with the murder of
Charles Kyle. The Indians are pretty
good liars, and so far but little head
way has been made on the case.
Cease to be simple, if at all prolong
ed. The safest way Is to put them
aside at the very beginning. Ballard'3
Horehound Syrup stops a cold and re
moves the cause of colds. 25c, 50c,
$1.00 a bottle at Cosmopolitan Phar
macy b. Rurrr.
Darksdale Wins El Paso Roping Con
test, but McGonlglc Keeps the
The roping contest of the F.I Paso
carnival was finished on Saturday and
the judges awarded the prizes as fol
lows: First L. X. Barksdalc;
0:31H; prize. $1,000.
Second James Gibson; time
Third Ellison Carroll; time, 0:37;
McGcnlgle still, however, holds the
championship at 23 seconds. L. N.
Uarksdale Is of Deming. N. M.
Others who participated made the
following results: Tom Pulliam, San
Anbelo, 0:48; Lewis Senette, no time;
Ike Gourley, San Angelo, 1:13; W. ti.
Lemons, no tie, 0:43; C. M. Haugh
ton. Fort Worth, 1:12; Fred Baker,
Fort Worth, no tie, 1:00; Pet Nnnn, no
time; John Murrah, San Angelo, no
time; James Barron, Dallas, 1:15;
Loveless, Van Horn, no time; Oliver
M. Lee, no time; Roy Stilwell, St.
Louis, 1:50; John Tyson, Portales, N.
M 0:50; L. N. Barksdale, Colorado,
0:31V6; Charles Davis, Jr., EI Paso, no
time; J. E. Weir, Chicago, no time;
W. H. Palmer, San Angelo, no time.
There was bronco busting yesterday
and today a $2,000 bet between Joe
Gardner and Ellison Caroll will be set
tled, beginning at 10 o'clock.
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D.
Waverly, Texas, writes : "Of a mo: n
ing when first rising, I often find a
troublesome collection of phlegm,
which produces a cough, and is very
hard to dislodge; but a small quanity
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup w!ll at
once dislodge It, and the trouble is
over. I know of no medicine that Is
equal to.it, and it Is so pleasant to
take. I can most cordiany recom
mend it to all persons, needing a med
icine for throat or lung troubles."
Price 25c. 50c, $1.00 a bottle at Cosmo
politan Pharmacy B. Ruppe.
Tall Men la Indiana.
A record of the height of Indinnu
soldiers in the civil wiir shows that
out of 11S,2j4 there were l.",047 5 fet't.
10 Inches high, fi.TOfi 5 feet 11 inches.
6,079 6 feet high, 2,f14 G feet 1 inch,
1.357 1 feet two inches, 401 feet 3
inches, and 3;t0 over fl feet 3 inches.
Commenting on these statistics. Dr.
Gould, iictuary of the United States
saniturv commission, wri;es: "It i.s
evident from our statistics :hat t'l
Indiana men nre ,' e 1nll-!-t of ail na
tives of the United Stn'es and these
latter the tallest of all civilized coun
tries." Ail druggists guarantee every bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
will refund the money to anyone who
is not satisfied after using two-thlids
of its contents. This is the best rem
edy in the world for la grippe, coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough and
is pleasant and pafe to take. It pre
vents any tendency of a cold to result
In pneumonia. All druggists.
Vala of a Hole.
The allurement of the bargain-counter
works its spell not upon the well-to-do
(-hopper alone. In a Salvation Army
rummage store a certain sign reads:
"Shoes with hole in sole, five cents;
shoes without holes, ten cents. Wrup
pers, moth-eaten, ten cents; not moth-
eaten, 15 cents. Stockings with
out holes, two pairs for five cents;
with holes, three pairs for five cents."
Could even the champion golfer tabu
late more accurately the value of a
New Centjry Comfort.
Millions ared aily finding a world of
comfort in Bueklen's Arnica Salve. It
kills pain from burns, scalds, cuts,
bruises; conquers ulcers, and fever
sores, cures eruptions, salt rheum,
bolls and felons; removes corns and
warts, Best pile cure on earth. Only
25c at all druggii.tr.
ew Interpre r4Iiii of h Flag-.
Rabbi Isidore Myers, of San Francis
co, in addressing a meeting of the
't i;. l.'inii of Zioni-ts. g;ie n new in
tei t.-r' ;.t ion of Hie ilesign of the
An ( ih Tin t'is. Must of bis hearer
were Jewish immitrrant-. largely Rns
sians. lie said: "Do you know why
the stars and tt ripes arc in t be flap? I
will tell you why. They show that
America has stars for those who be
have themsehes and stripes for those
Subscribe for The Citizen.
Have your couse wen ventilated bj
using a Peninsular base brrner.
T!a, gaivamzeo iron ana copper
work. Albuquerque Hardware coinpa.
We are sola agents ior Wheeler &
WiiSon sewing machlnss. Albert Fa
ber, 305 Railroad avenue.
O You know and everybody else O
O knows that our stock of black O
O silks Is beyond comparison. Our
O prices do all the talking. LION
O STORE. O
In the sky cornea
ino star ot realm
to the weak and
v eary despon-
does for the stom
ach that which it
Is unable to do for
s t o m ao h
Itself, even If but
timnllrvt t h a natural 1 V
Juice of digestion and I V v
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while
the Inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
strengthening the glands,
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
Tmt Outer Cta S.puly To.
Bottles on It. St. 00 Ska holdlnt 2 times
th trial aba, which aelia for 50c
tmtnt hyUC DeWITT C&. CBICA00.
J. II. O Rielly & Co. and B. II. Briggs
INVENTOR OF THE BATON.
Bow It Taaard tnr Drain of ha Man
Wao Flrat Intrndnrrd the Band
The inventor of the baton has been
discovered. According to the investi
gations of a Frenchman the credit be
longs to Lully, the composer, who
eventually bad cause to regret his in
vention. Before he adopted the baton, con
ductors were in the habit of pounding
on the floor with their feet orelappilig
their hands to mark the time. Lully
found it wearisome to keep his foot
constantly in motion, und so used a
stick to strike the floor and heat time.
He used a pole six feet long.
One day he brought down the pole
with such force tbut it struck his foot
and made a deep wound. lie paid no
attention to the matter. The wound
grew worse and ultimately caused his
After his time conductors tried
more and more to improve the baton
and it was ultimately brought to its
If you desire a good complexion use
Moki Tea, a puib nerQ drink. It acts
on the liver and makes the skin smooth
and cleur. Cures sick headache. 25c
tnd 50c. Money refunded If It does not
atisfy you. Write to W. H. Hooker &
7o., Buffalo, N. Y., for free samples. J
1. O'Rielly & Co., and B. H. Briggs .
r The rhllnioplier'a !.
An Italian having written a book
Upon the art of making gold, dedi
cated it to Pope l.eo X., expecting a
good reward. His holiness, finding
that the man constantly followed
him, at length gave lum a large, emp
ty purse, Ku.vlng: "Sir, since you
know bow to make gold, you ran
have no need of unytliing but a pursv
to put it in."
Free Cure for Sick Headache.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are a certain cure for sick
headache. If taken as soon as the
first indication of the disease appears
they will prevent the attack. Get a
free sample at all drug stores and give
them a trial.
Just received, another car of furni
ture direct from the factories and
bought at jobbers' prices, the following
goods: 53 dozen assorted chairs 75c
and up; 50 bed springs, assorted; 5
dozen assorted center tables, from 90c
and up; 6 folding beds $12.50 and up;
31 assorted dressers from $10 to $56;
Iron beds, couches and various other
goods to make out car. Our prices are
right. Futrclle Furniture Co., west
TO FIND ANYTHING,
TO BUY ANYTHING.
TO SELL ANYTHING,
TO RENT ANYTHING,
TO LOAN ANYTHING,
TO TRADE ANYTHING,
you want anything on earth,
an ad in The Citizen and you
be sure to get it.
TRY IT! TRY IT!
IF YOU WANT
IMPORTANCE OF ALASKA.
ton of 4he Mm; t'hansea Whlrh
Have Oeea.nd In Thai Count rr
la Itereat Years.
pinee 1S!1 five cvtnts have occurred
that wholly chang? conditions In
Alaska for the better, reports the
1. In that, year the Klondike gold
discoeri( :i vere made, and in 1V.I7
ntul l-'.H a great rush to and through
Alaska be.in, resulting in a doubling
of the population nncl in an output
of gold from the Yukon region to
date of $7."i,oti(i,000.
2. In ls'.lS the Philippine islands
were acquired by the United States,
giving importance to the direct route
along the Alaskan coast between
North America and the new posses
sions. 3. In IS99 gold was discovered on
the beach at Nome, and this carried
30,tKU) people to this part of Alaska
and resulted in an output of fS.OOO,
0(to in gold nnnually, or more than
twjee as much as all Alaska had pre
viously yii hied.
4. The Alaskan salmon fisheries, in
their inftiney in 1S'.I, have grown in
I'.'OU to great companies, ca;4talized
for $;ti,(Ki0.0(Ml nml with net earnings
last year of more than $2,000,000 and
employing in.ooo men.
5. Two railroads hnve been con
structed in Alaska, one of which is in
the extreme southeast, costing $44)00,-
0. earned Inst year over ftl.nm.nco net,
and the other in the extreme north
west near Nome, a little road five
miles long, which earned $so,0()0 net.
6. Coal fields formerly superficially
known have been explored and inves
tigated, while new ones of great val
ue have been discovered.
THE NEW DIALECT.
Haallrd wlla RWtvt by tih Coaatr?
Conaia aa Well aa by the
Perhaps the tendency of some peo
ple to turn every part of speech into
a verb is a ign of an active nature,
but it is sn unfortunate tendency.
The Baltimore American publishes an
amusing rebuke to one guilty of the
habit which will please purists and
may do others &ome good.
"We hnd a delightful time Inst
week." said the city cousin, who was
describing the joys of metropolitan
life. "One evening we trolleyed out
to a suburban home and1 piug-ixinged
until nearly midnight, ami next day
we autonuiliiled to the country club
and1 gtdfed until dark."
"Well, we had a pretty good time
last week, too," ventured the country
cousin, with a sarcastic simile. "One
d7 we buggied over to Uncle Josiah's,
and we boys got out in the back lot
and baseballrd1 all the afternoon, and
after we had ' c'innered. some of the
men cldered and tobaccoed awhile."
Tlnds Way 'I o Llvo Lonj,.
The startling announcement of a
discovery that will surely lengthen life
Is made by editor O. H. Downey, of
Churubusco, Ind., "I wlBh to state," he
writes, "that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption is the most infallible
remedy that I have ever known for
coughs, colds and grip. It's Invaluable
to people with weak lungs. Having
this wonderful medicine no one need
dread pneumonia or consumption. It's
relief is instant and cure certain." All
druggists guarantee every 50c and
$1.00 bottle, and give trial bottles free.
No tuberculosis nreservall-e or col
oring In Matthews' Jersey mllK
Hrltjft- In your tinware and have It
repaired. Albuquerque Hardware com
Let us figure on your plumbing.
buqueniue Hardware company.
HAYAJO BLAKKETS! I
Visit the Navajo Blanket Headquarters oftj
and see the Largest Stock of Indian Goods in
Existences We Supply the World.
205 South First Street
Opposite Santa he Depot. - - Albuquerque, New flexico 0
A Simple Home Treatment Which Never Fails to
Restore Full Strength and Vigor of Youth.
SENT FREE TO ALL
sjf r j
INSURES LOVES AND A HAPPY
There Is no longer any need for men
to suffer from lost vitality, night loss
es, varicocele, etc., when it can be
cured almost like map.ic in the privacy
of your own home and restore small
.weak organs to full strength and vigor
of youth by a simple remedy which
any man can use. Simply send your
name and address to the Dr. Knapp
Medical Co., 2083 Hull Building, De
roit, Mich., and they will gladly send
you the Doctor's full prescription free
and everything necessary for a quick
and lasting cure.
The following, taken from their
dally mall, shows what men say who
have taken advantage of this grand
"Dear Sirs: Please accept my sin
cere thanks for yours of recent date. I
have given your treat mer.t a thor-
All kinds of stone and marble work.
Prices moderate. Shop and yard cor
ner Fifth street and Railroad avenue.
H. Q. MAURINO.
The Kico Cafe serves the best meals
In the city at 15 and 23 cents. Short
orders, 5 cents up. Ill North First
Too many goods arc in our store;
too many Biilta upon our tables. Our
green tag sale sells goods galore, be
cause our price cuts are not fables.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
The Citizen wants are the best.
Fresn Cut Flowers.
IVE3. THE FLORI-.
ough test and the benefit has been ex
traordinary. It has completely braced
me up. I am just as vigorous as when
a boy and you cannot realize how
happy I am."
"Dear Sirs: Your method worked
beautifully. Results were exactly what
I needed. Strength and vigor have
completely returned and enlargement
Is entirely satisfactory."
"Dear Sirs: Yours was received
and I had no trouble In making use of
the receipt as directed, and can truth
fully say it Is a boon to weak men."
Don't stop and wonder hoy they can
afford to do all this, but send today;
the offer Is genuine, and the prescrip
tion will be sent by return mail in a
perfectly 'plain envelope absolutely
free Just as stated. Write today and
soon you'll be happy.
We have added a plumbing depart
ment and tin shop to our business.
When you have anything In this line
to be done see us about It before plac
ing your order. Albuciuerquo Hard
Subscribe for the Citizen.
Our green tag sale is on again. Som?
folks may think that's funny, but to
the thoughtful it !s plain. It's because
we need the money.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
Nothing will be more appretl- O
ated by your wife or girl than one O
of those beautiful black dref s pat- O
terns. Prices to suit your purse.