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THE AUlUQUEliQUK DAILY CITIZEN, MONDAY KVENIXO, JUNE 29 1003.
Tit K MOST icliable
(uulity to be found
in the market.
Kvery onp nunriintpcd
as represented or money
Many Knglish, French
ed Statin, and if hy name, as Theodore
B. H. BRIGG8 ACO., Props.
Colorado, 'Phone 48 ... Automatic 'Phona 207
HUGHES A McCREIOHT, Publishers
T. McC'relht....Mrr. and City Editor
Published Dally and V.'eekly.
land, but it will be held, Just the gam.
Somallland, too, will be benefitted by
living held, the world's dark spots
will all be wiped out before many more
years pans, and civilization will be the
Chamberlain s cone Cholera and
The uniform success of this remedy
as made It the most popular prepara
ion In use for bowel complaints. It Is
verywhere recognized ns the one
emedy that can always be depended
pen and thnt Is pleasant to take, it
s especially valuable for summer
liarrhoea in children and Is undoubt
edly the means of saving the lives of
a great many children each year. Fr
gale I v all druggists.
UTiTIL NOVEMBER 23.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
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CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE
Associated Pre Afternoon Dispatches
t.irg t City and County Circulation
Ths Largest New Mexico Circulation
t Tgest Northern Arizona Circulation
Copies of this paper nay be found on
au at Washington In the office of our
sswsl correspondent, E. O. Bigger, 118
W street N. W Washington P. C.
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ately of any non-delivery of the paper.
The Kl I'aso Times is positive that
other things being equal, the local
merchant Is entitled to the trade of
his own town or city. In fact, it Is
the only way to make a town or city.
The Declaration of Independence
will be seen no more. An order has
lecn issued that henceforth the his
toric manuscript shall be hidden from
the light and kept under lock and koy.
Mr. Morgan returns from Europe to
find the affairs of several companies
in which he is Interested in a deplora
ble state, and his beloved Wall street
in a condition ltordering on nervous
The big Fourth of July celebration in
Slew Mexico will be held in this city.
la ship building Pennsylvania stands
JArat and New York second, while Call
awraia la a good third.
Almost My man could do something
weU If he were willing to work at it
fteng enough and hard enough.
As a result of the postofflce scan'
arials congress may order a general in
"reatlgation of all departments.
llalssc: "To Judge a country one
sloes not know the language of is like
Judging a book from the binding.
Many new varieties of Fourth of
July fireworks are on the market this
Tear. They are more dangerous than
There is a hot time in the old town
of Ias Vegas, and will be warmer to
morrow when the people of that town
will hold a mass meeting and protest
against the whitewashing of the in
sane asylum abuses.
Automobiles are said to le displac
ing horses in the city departments of
New York. All of the heads of depart
ments have adopted them for official
service in lieu of the buggies formerly
used by them.
The Denver News thinks that the in
sane asylum scandal Is fomented by
the native people of Las Vegas on ac
count of. race troubles. That paper sent
a man down from Denver to help
whitewash the Institution.
Court of Private Claims Passed Upon
Surveys and Adjourned.
The United States court of private
land claims was In session Friday aft
ernoon at the capital city and passed
upon the survey of case No. 137, Ra
fael ti. de Harela and others vs. the
I'uited States, for confirmation for the
Santo Tomas d Yturblde Colony grant
The first contains 6.50(1 acres, the sec
ond 3.033 acres and the last, elghty
elv;ht ares. It was found that tract
No. 1 conflicted with the Mesilla Col
ony grant to the extent of 101 acres
anil that the whole of plat No. 3 con
flicted with the Mesilla colony grant.
The survey was for 9.fi22 acres in all
and was approved for 9,433 acres. This
was all of ttie business transacted Fri
day afternoon when court adjourned
until Saturday morning. After a brief
session Saturday morning adjourn
ment was taken until Novemler 23.
Worst of All Experiences,
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute will he your lastT
Such was the experience of ...rs. S. H.
Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three
years," she writes, "I endured Insuf
ferable pain from Indigestion, stomach
and bowel trouble. Death seemed In
evitable when doctors and all reme
dies failed. At length I was induced
to try Electric Bitters and the result
was miraculous. I Improved at once
and now I'm completely recovered."
For liver, kidney, stomach and bowel
troubles Electric Bitters is the only
medicine. Only 50c. It's guaranteed by
Booker T. Washington declined a
commission from Great Britain to go
to Lileria to solve a race education
problem. He has a life work cut out
in his own land and Andrew Carnegie
has provided a fund to keep him aliove
poverty during his existence.
The Deming Headlight has Joined
the crowd of villiflers of New Mexico.
That paper falsely asserts that "In ev
ery republican county In New Mexico
even Bchool teachers must pledge their
support to the gang before they can ob
tain a position, and it is not a ques
tion of ahility to teach that obtains the
position, but who is back of him or
her, and what he or she can do to ad
vance the interest of the republican
gang." The Headlight is edited by a
fossil of the stage coach days and It Is
opKsed to statehood.
The iJi Vegas Advertiser of last
Saturday is a hot number. It Is cal
culated to stir up that village to mild
The Church Economist estimates
"that between twelve and fifteen
rhunhes are built every day In the
The San Marcial Bee says: The
.Albuquerque Daily Citizen has a just
appreciation of the weekly newspapers
f the territory.
Kx ports of flour from the United
States to Chinese ports show an In
crease of 2tK) per cent for 1902, com--yred
Hev. Skinner has returned to Ijis
'Vegas and says that the Los Angeles
Times misquoted his remarks alout
the people of New Mexico.
Trade returns for the past six
i show an improvement over the
period last year. The outlook
lot the future is considered favorable.
Despairing of securing uniformity
among the divorce statutes of a state
and of securing a national law, emin
ent clergymen and laymen have form
ed an organization among themselves
to see what can be accomplished by
their own persona.1 efforts to check ths
divorce evil. They are not indulging
in oratorical flights in railment against
divorce nor in bitter and vituperative
denunciation tnrough press and pulpit;
they are striving by their own personal
among the churches not to remarry
among thee liurches not to remarry
any person who may have leen divorced.
Kew Orleans has entered upon a
system of municipal improvements,
chiefly relating to sewerage, drainage
avnd water supply, to cost 18,ooo,ooo.
The circulation statement issued by
ths treasury for June estimates the
Stipulation of the United States at hi),
372,000, and the circulation per capita
The Mad Mullah has not had enough
yot. lie is arranging to make an-
' cither attack on the British in Somali
Sand. That section is not worth the
-asKitt which It will inflict upon Eng-
NICKNAMING THE PRESIDENT.
The president of Princeton college
in a recent address said:
"Again, the men whom we have
put in places of authority are our
rulers and deserve our respect. There
it a tendency in this country which
militates against that, a nation whleh
calls its chief executive 'Teddy' is not
in a way to take itself very seriously.
While our executive is president of
the United States it ought not to be
Mssiiile to call him by nickname."
There is much of good sense in thif
suggestion. The president of the
United States is constantly ou duty.
From the time of his inauguration un
til the time of the inauguation of his
successor, ne is for every moment
president of the United States and
during all of his waking hours Is In
the discharge of his duty.
The nicknaming of the president of
the United States Is improper and in
decorous. Whatever may be our per
sonal opinion of the merits or demerits
of a public official, especially such an
one as the president of the United
States, every good citizen recognizes,
as he should, the fact that it is not the
person but the office that should al
ways be kept in mind when siieaklng
of our chief ruler. He should always
Ih? sMiken of as president of the Unit
Look Into tueinwort's market on
North Third street He baa the nicest
fresh meal In ths city.
From the Chieftain.
J. P. Kelly was in town from Water
Rev. W. S. Huggett returned from
Mr. Staats has about completed the
reduction plant for the Cavern Gold
Mr. and Mr3. Lou Terry are in Kelly,
where Lou has a contract to drive a
Hon. Solomon Luna shipped 275,000
pounds of wool from his ranges west
of this point.
Business in Magdalena is very act
ive now on account of the delivery
here of wool and stock for shipment.
William Gardiner and eldest son
and W. H. Sanders are trout fishing
in the streams of the White moun
Grass Is now growing on the ranges
in a very satisfactory manner. There
is promise of an excellent year for
Colonel Eaton returned to Socorro
after two or three days spent in look
lnsr after his mining interests in this
Dr. J. C. Blinn of Kelly is away on
a short vacation trip. His business is
being looked after by his brother. Dr.
E. P. Blinn.
The Becker-Hlackwell company is
doing an especially thriving business
in wool. The company's business in
other lines Is not at all slow, judging
The amount of ore snipped from this
point now averages about two carloads
o day. 1 no mmscrauuie anu ouier
mines operated by the Thomases fur
nish a good share of the total ship
John O. Hall of Denver has brought
about 800 head of cattle from the
Kiehne, Redding, and Gatlln ranges,
The stock will be delivered here for
shipment July 7. The prices paid were
$14 and $17.
L. N. Barnes is very active in pro
moting the Fourth of July celebration.
One day this week Mr. Barnes secured
subscriptions to the amount of $17o
for the enterpl Ue In a very short time.
He says that several entries for the
races have already been made anil
that more are sure to follow.
Mrs. A. W. Wells, wife of Conductor
Wells, has gone to California to spend
Floyd Irwin, the university student
has accepted an apprctlceship at the
local Santa Fe Paclfi machine shops.
Engines 857, 479 and 824 have re
turned to duty from a siege In the re
pair shops. They are fresh with a
new coat of paint.
George Policy, the good-natured
htavy weight special water servlcs
man in the employe of the Santa Fe at
I.Rguna, was In the city Saturday even
ing. Rufus Goodrich, secretary to Super
intendent J. F. Hibbard of the Albu-nuerque-Winslow
home last night after visiting friends
here a couple of days.
Engineer John Reub and family hav
returned from an extended sojourn at
Kansas City. Miss Bertie Matthews,
Mrs. Rueb'8 aiater, returning here with
them and Is a gr.est of the family.
A. P. Smith, a Santa Fe Pacific
brakeman. who has been at the local
hospital snmo time mending from in
juries received tibout two months ago,
has recovered and returned to work.
George E. Roe. division freight and
passenger agent for the Santa Fe with
headquarters at El Paso, was a visitor
here Saturday night. Mr. Roe Is
thoroughly familiar with the resources
of this section and manifested an in
telligent Interest therein.
Jack Sheridan, who has seen service
on a good many railway lines as a
switchman, braKeman and conductor,
and was with the Santa Fe at San
Marcial alwsiit eighteen years ago, ar
rived from Mexico last Wednesday to
re-enter the employ of the Santa Fe
General Manager W. S. Hopewell of
the Santa Fe Central Railway, very
kindly loaned the penitentiary authori
ties a good road plow, which is now
being used by the convicts in work on
the "Scenic Route" road in the Santa
Fe canyon. Construction work Is pro
gressing very satisfactorily and rap
idly. The convicts are working hard
and seem to be well pleased with their
outing In the Santa Fe canyon.
S. E. Busser, superintendent of the
Santa Fe railway reading rooms, was
In San Marcial the other day. With
Librarian Rockwell he discussed plans
for the early occupation of the new
reading room at San Marcial, and drew
a pleasing outline of an attractive and
comfortable resort for those of the era
ployes who delight in keeping up with
the times and storing their minds with
the offerings of the best writers In the
field of literature.
Telegraphic in formation received by
General Manager W. S. Hopewell of
the Santa Fe Central Railway, is to
the effect that within the last three
days sixteen cars of steel rails have
arrived at Torrance and more are ex
pected to arrive today. The track lay
ing machine will therefore again com
mence work tomorrow. The end of the
track is six and a half miles north of
Morlarty and with pleasant weather
and plenty of steel rails, track laying
north will be rapid. From Kennedy
station south the track has been laid
about five miles, and by today It Is ex
pected" that It will reach Clark station.
As soon as the gap between Kennedy
and Morlarty station Is cl sed, the
Harris track laying machine will be
brought to Santa Fe and work on the
twenty-two miles of track between
Santa Fe and Kennedy will commence.
W. V. Wolvln, D. O. c
Dental Surgeon Santa Fe Pacific
Railroad, Grant Block, Albuquerque,
N. M. Both 'Phones.
Ellis MacDougali, D. D. S.
N. T. - rmijo building, room 2. Office
hours, 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p
m. to 6 p. m. Appointments made by
mall. Automatic 'phone 157; Old
Edmund J. Alger, U. D. S.
Sut Rnllroad avenue. Office hours, :
a. mfl to 12:S0 p. m.i l:Sn p. m. In 1 p. m
Telephone 462. Appointment made by
Bernard &. Kodey
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N
M Prompt attention given to all buelnee
pertaining to the profession. Will prac
tice In all court of the territory anil be
fore the United Btate lana omce.
Ira M. Bond
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 42 F street N. W.,
Washington, D. u. pension, mnas. phi
ent. copyrights, cavlat. letter patent
trade marks, claim.
William D. Lee
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office, roum 7.
T. Arm llo biMldlns. Will practice In
the court of the territory.
R. W. D. Bryan
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, K.
M. Office, First National nana building.
Frank W. Clancy
ATTO!NEY-AT-LAW, room I and I, N
T. Armljo building, Albuquerque, N. M.
E. W. Dobson
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office, Cromwel.
block, Albuquerque, N. M.
John H. Stlngle
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Cromwell blocs..
Albuquerque, N. M.
Di. J, E. B ronton
See Jos. A. Blondtn, Manager Al-
varado Trio for music for receptions,
muslcales, banquets, etc. Headquar
ters, Hall & Learnard.
t07 West Gold Avenus.
WM. GOETTINQ A. CO., Proprietors.
All kinds of Fresh Areata handled
Sausage making a specialty.
New Phone 152. Old Phone 59
Residence, New Phone 353.
...J. W. EDWARDS...
...Undertaker and Embalmer...
My ambu ance service 1 pesfect having
jus added to my ln net's a n-w up-tn-dme
rubber tired WHITKAMBU
LAM'K which will til a It ng leltwaot
to ihesunVringsnd tnpait calls prompt
ly t dty or night. My motto is honest
woik at re?acnable p ice a.
307 W. RAILROAD AVENUE
Subscribe for the Daily Citizen.
Chamberlain's Stomach tnd Liver
Tablets are Just what you need when
you have no appetite, feel dull alter
eating and wake up with a bad taste
in your mouth. They will Improve
your appetite, cleanse and invigorate
your stomach and give you a relish
for your f od. For sale by all druggist.
D. WEILLER & CO.,
Agents for the finest brands of all
kinds of groceries in the territory. The
Gold avenue grocers.
Outside orders sjiicueu for Fourth
of July FIRK WOKKS. Write to O. A.
Matson & Co., and get the best.
JEMEZ SULPHUR KOT SPRINGS
Carrie tee U. man; only line with
a cbaube of stock en route; good rigs,
horses and drivers; leaves Albuquer
que every day in the week, excepi
Sunday, at 6 a. m. For particulars
address W. L. Trimble k Co., agents.
Albuquerque, or J. i-. BLOCK, pro
prietor, Jemec, N. H.
THE FIRST STEP
Of the child is an event in the mother's
life. How proud she feela when the
attempt to walk is begun so early as to
evideuce childish courage and sturdy
strength. Such pride should be enjoyed
by every mother. But it often happens
that the child is timid,
weak ami deficient in
vitillit v. ami i-lln -i tit tile VI
motnei a arms
desire lo u.ilk
desire to w.ilk r play. fa
Mothers aUi,il learn 1
that t have simng chil- V
dreu they iuul llit-ui- fV,
aeives oe strong, lor llic
child's strength is jh
The use of Dr.
give them health
and strength to
rive their chil
dren. It nour
ishes the nerve,
strengthens the body and givei great
muscular strength and elasticity, so that
the baby's advent is practically painless.
I have tieen uning Dr. Pierce Favorite pre
scription, ami can aay it U Mitt what yu alver
liar it lo Ih:, ami uu cheerfully recoiuinea.l it."
writes Mrs Victor J Hailm, of Irim trdville.
Riley Co.. Kut:as. "I tit-gnu taking- il jut two
nmiith lK-fute Imhv came uud wan greatly tirne
flted by iti uae Ylie Uoclur who attemleil me
said I oul atut aa well a any one he hal teen
(aa I wa aick only atMiut three hiuri. aud alau
that yuur ' Favorite Prencripliou ' was ' the one
patent medicine' which he did have faith in.
We now hsve a dnrling Imliy boy. strong and
healthy who -vnhcd uiue immls wheu l.oru
(July jmIii Itiirmg tlii month he ha gained
three and one-nail pound "
" Favorittf Prescription " mukes weak
women stro:ti. aick women well. Accent
no substitit . lor the medicine which
works woiiiii-rs lor weak women.
113 A West Railroad Avenue.
W i I
Montezuma Trust Company
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Paid fn Capital and SurplusglOO, OOO. OO
TRANACTm A OmNKtAL TRUBT COMPANY SttfMrtt
iNTKRmmr raid on bavinob dkpobitb
We have ample means and unexcelled facilities for the
transaction of a trust company business inall of its branches,
are prepared to render prompt and satisfactory seivice and
respectfully solicit your business.
Havings Depart ment Extract from regulations:
"Th ere is hereby created Rnd established a savings de
partment, which mny receive deposits of monev in trust and
allow thereon interest as hereinafter provided. The deposits
investments and all business of the suvinps department shall
be kept separate from the other Susiness of the companv.
and the trust fund thus accumulated shall be invested in tir'st
mortg-atres on improved real estate and other hiirh-prnrie
securities, and the notes, bonds or other evidence . uch in
vestment shall be held by the company in trust for the sa
intfs depositors and eokly applicable to the repayment of
Our savings department will be open to the public on the
first day of July next. Special attention will be given this
class of business and every inducement, consistent with a
conservative business policy, wiil be offered to encourage
persistent accumulation of savings by savings depositors.
OrrtCERB AND DIRECTOR8
Mr. M. Olll0nwmt0r, PraUdtnt r. A. Hubbmll, Vlcm Rfldant
J. C. Baldrldg; Vlcm Prmtldnt Alfred Orunttald, Vlcm President
Dr. W. O. Mope David Roeenwald Dr. John Teacher
Bolomon Luna H. f. Reynold Bolomon Welller
A. B. MeMlllen Blmon Btern N. C. Btevenm W. R. Whitney
Designated legal depository for public, trust and fiducial y
funds of all kinds. Abstracts of Title made and certified.
116 1-2 South
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUh, N. M,
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
M. S. OTERO, President.
, 8TRICKLER. V.P. and Cashier. W. J. JOHNSON, Asst. Cashier
WM. MclNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEO. ARNOT
BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL W. A. MAXWELL.
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY
THE JOHN BECKER CO.,
Roller Mills and Elevator
,f .",. - - .
When you want to buy Floor and Bran, cr want to eel)
Wheat, write to
THE JOHN BEOKEK CO , Props1 3ELEN, N. M
l&flji-. itilPi) "asm mrlr
Adviser, a book cnulaii i. r l"8 pnges, is
Jjiven away Send 21 one-cent stamps
or expense of mailing viily, for the liook
in paH-r cover-j, or y stamps for the
volume hound in cloth. Addrea Dr.
K V 1'ierce. Hulidlo. N. Y.
Cheap California Trip
In rullman Tourist Sleeper daily on fast train, with pleasant people
Save money and travel comfortably. Personally conductsd
excursion, in charge if experienced ngent, tri-wecklv
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