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TIIE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN", TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1003.
Keep Your Insides- Cool !
Here's a man who thinks he has heart disease, and is scared half to death.
His face is all drawn out of shape from fear and agony. Every time he cats,
his heart "palpitates" that simply means that his stomach is swelled up
with gases from fermenting undigested food, and his heart thumps against
his diaphragm. Nothing the matter with his heart. In the summer tim-,
this gas distention is much worse, his whole body and blood get over-hea'ed,
and his heart and lungs get so crowded for room, that he gasps for breath.
A i a
There he is. look at him ! Kvery minute he expects to drop dead
matter of fact, all he needs is to stop that souring and gas fo: mi
stomach and bowels, help his digestion ajong.nnd keep tool in u
Vint whenever something rots or decays, hi.it develops
in the body. Keep cool inside !' Take a candy cathartic CASCAlvkj
everv niiiht at bed-time. It will work while you sleep, clean up aim coo.
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Alt drudnintn. inc. :, 51c. Never 1d in bulk. The
( . t. . UuuiMiitf.eu w cure or your monty hick.
Sterling Keri.cy Co., Chicago or New York. bit
(V your insides, give you a regular, comfoi table moveni nt in the
and you'll be feeling fine all day every day. IK art Disease!
Bet for the Bowrle.
jrN(rVJpV genuine teblrt utamped C
w www w-w. Bampl Bad dookii'I irr.
John Stein, the popular superintend
ent of the Harvey system of eating
houses. Is In the city from Las Vegas.
When a man meets his wife in a rail
road station he never knows whether
to kiss her before all the people or to
pretend that he is just a friend of the
Delamere has resigned as head of
the car service of the Northern Pacific
road after thirty years' active service.
He invented the perforated boards used
by several roads to keep records of
cars. He is succeeded by I. B. Rich
ards. British locomotive builders have
made a new record for the Americans
to beat. An English train ran last
week 299Vi miles in five hours and fifty-eight
minutes without stopping, the
most severe test It is possible to put a
The Rock Island railroad has applied
to the board of county commissioners
of Wyandotte county, Kansas, for the
right to condemn five and one-half
acres of land lying near Tenth street
in the north part of Armourdale. The
land adjoins the Rock Island yards
and is desired for the purpose of fur
nishing more room for switch tracks.
Fred Pennington, who Is at present
firing on the Blsbee road fell or was
thrown from the tender Into the cab
one day this week and was pretty bad
ly bruised up, although we are Inform
ed that he will be all right in a few
iays, says the Deming Headlight. We
are Informed that on or about the first
of the month Fred will be pulling a
throttle on an engine of the Blsbee in
stead of a coal shovel. We congratu
late Fred on his rapid and well earned
advancement In railroading.
Switchman R. W. Van Dever had
the misfortune Friday night to lose
two fingers of his left hand, says the
Winslow Mall. He was busily engag
ed at his duties and was coupling up
a couple of cars, when his fingers were
caught and he sustained the loss of
two of them. He received medical at'
tention and the intense pain waa re
lieved. "Van" waa out today and In
the morning will leave for Los An
geles. He is a printer-switchman and
helped us for awhile. "Van" Is one of
the best fellows in the world, and his
many friends, while extremely sorry
that he was Injured, are glad that It
was not more serious.
The Carlsbad Argus says: "The
Santa Fe people have completed
plans for the construction of a new
depot to replace the old one burned
in February, since which time the
freight depot has been in service.
The new tructure will stand upon
the old location, ana will be a neat
and serviceable structure, with two
A LONG-FELT WANT.
waiting rooms, trunk and express
rooms, etc., will be amply sufficient
for the needs of Carlsbad for years to
come, as well as a great convenience
to the traveling public.
The Santa Fe train now leaves El
Paso at 6:30 Instead of 9:15 p. m., in
order to make connections In the mor
ning with the train from the west at
1 sell more of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy than all similar preparations
put together and it gives the best sat
isfaction of any medicine I ever sold
I guarantee every bottle of It. F. C
Jaoulth, Inland, Mich. This remedy is
for sale by all druggists.
CONTRACTOR AND INVENTOR.
Mr. Wismyer, of the 8anta Fe, has a
Yesterday a machine was tested and
proved a success which promises a for
tune to Its Inventor and the members
oi the company which has leen build
ing It, says tne Emporia Gazette. The
inventor Is Conductor Henry Wismyer.
Several other railroad men are In
terested in the machine and were pres
ent at the test which was made down
on Second avenue and Commercial
street In a carpenter shop.
Mr. Wismyer has been working on
the machine several years. Some time
ago he got It so it would work but now
he has perfected nearly every detail
and has applied for a patent. The test
was made yesterday on the poorest
quality of pay dirt. In the pan this dirt
hardly showed a particle of color and
in the best gold separating machine
hitherto known, this yielded only 42
cents to the cubic yard. The machine
itsen look 8 something like a half sized
threshing machine only somewhat
Mr. Wismyer refuses to discuss the
principle on which the machine ex
tracted the gold until he receives
patent on it.
Fresh testimony In great quantity la
constantly coming in, declaring Dr.
Cing'a New Discovery for consumption
Coughs and Colds to be unequaled
recent expression from T. J. McFar-
land, Bentorvllle, Va., serves as exam
pie. He writes as follows: "I had
bronchitis for three years and doc
tored all the time without being bene
fited. Then I began taking Dr. Klng'i
New Discovery, and a few bottles
wholly cured me." Equally effective
In curing all lung and throat troubles
consumption, pneumonia and grip.
Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial hot
ties free, regular sizes 60c and f 1.00.
FREIGHT CAR TOURISTS.
It is Supplied at Last In Albuquerque.
Good-natured people are often Irrita
ble. If you knew the reason, you would
not be surprised.
Ever have itching piles?
Not sick enough to go to bed; not
well enough io be content.
The constant Itching sensation
Hard to bear; harder to get relief;
Spoils your temper, nearly drives
Isn't relief and cure a long-felt
You can have relief and cure if you
will follow the advice of a local citizen.
J. Johnston, machinist in the banta
Fe R. R. shops, residence 705 South
First street, says: "When a man has
itching hemorrhoids commonly called
piles and he has to work every day the
annoyance becomes positively a plague
and he la more than anxious to get rid
of it. When Doan's Ointment first
came to my notice I wrote to the man
ufacturers for a box and used it as di
rected. It stopped the attacks. I
have not the slightest hesitation in ad
vising all residents of Albuquerque if
annoyed in any way with hemorrhoids
or piles to go to the Alvarado Phar
macy, buy Doan's Ointment, take a
course of the treatment and the annoy
ance will cease."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cente. Foster-MIIburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y.. sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and take
no other. 24
(Concluded from page one.)
and one. Dr. Mohlau, desired to pie-
pare and articulate the skeleton of
Mary Leonard, permission to do which
was granted. The fli-Bh was removed
from the Ivones, placed in a soap lox
and burled In the usual way, and the
grave marked with her name, similar
tc. other graves.
Before determining to use the skele
ton for the purposes mentioned, Dr.
Tipton wrote to the address on the
commitment of the patient, it being
the only address of any relative oi
friend known to him, which he be
lieves was that of her sister, and after
waiting several weeks, received no re
ly, nor was the letter returned to him.
He postponed the dissection several
weeks to hear from her relatives as
to the disposition of the body. He nev
er heard from them.
Dr. Mohlau had the bones placed in
a barrel and water placed over them.
The barrel was placed near the north
fence of the asylum grounds with in
structions given to have water kepr
over the bones. Before preparing the
skeleton, Dr. Mohlau left the institu
tion, and the barrel remained in the
yard for about three years, and Dr
Tipton, being busy in other lines, over
The Instructions for keeping the
bones covered with water were not
followed. The barrel came to pieces
tnd the skeleton fell to the ground. A.
patient named "Rupy" finding the
bones, threw them over the fence, be
yond the limits of the asylum grounds,
and Dr. Da Costa, assistant medical
superintendent, having seen the bones
there, reported the fact to Mr. Greg
ory and Mr. Jefferson Raynolds, mem
bers of the board of directors, with
whom he went to the asylum, and they
found the bones where they had been
thrown near the fence. Dr. Tipton had
no knowledge of the barrel having
fallen apart and the bones being
thrown over the fence.
In this case your committee finds
that there was carelessness on the part
of the medical superintendent In fail
ing to carry out his original intention,
Claim They Subsidized Brakemen and
Ten natives rode from Alamogord
in a freight car recently and were
caught by the police like rats In a trap,
as the doors were locked and they
could not emerge when their destina
tion was reached, says the El Paso
There were five men, three women
and two children in the party. They
claimed that they had given a brake
man V In payment for the ride and he
locked them in a car partially loaded
with merchandise, but when the train
arrived at El Paso the tourists found
themselves unable to get out. The car
was also without ventilation and they
were almost suffocated. In their des
peration thf-y put forth every effort to
open the door, and in doing so attract
ed the attention of the trainmen, who
notified the police.
The men in the party were docketed
as suspicious characters. They gave
their names as Antonio Telles, Ursolo
Jacques, Hlcente Hernandez. Ixu!s
Caron and Antonio Gonzales, and
claimed to be coming home after doing
track work in New Mexico. They had
a camp outfit and cooking utensils
with them, and were evidently prepar
ed to cook inside the car In which
they traveled. The-men were held at
the police station to give the railroad
officials opportunity to check up the
freight in the car and ascertain if any
of it had been molested.
we can supp'y your wants In oil
cloth, and linoleum. The largest stock
to select from at Albert Fiber's 805
Every woman loves to think of the
time when a soft little body, all her
own, will nestle in her bosom, fully
satisfying the yearning which lies In
the heart of every good woman. But
yet there is a black cloud hovering
about the pretty picture In her mind
which fills her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
of the Joy of motherhood. And yet it
need not be so. For sometime there
has been upon the market, well-known
nd recommended by physicians.
which makes childbirth as simple and
easy as nature intended It It Is a
strengthening, penetrating liniment,
which the skin readily absorbs. It
gives the muscleselasticlty and vigor,
prevents sere breasts, morning sick
ness and the loss of the girlish figure.
An Intelligent mother In Butler, P..
tftye: " Were I to need Mother' h rienrf
Hin, I would obtain 9 bottle if I bad
to pay S3 per bottle lor it."
Get Mother' Frleod at the drug
store. SI ever bottle.
THE BRADfiriD REGULATOR CO.,
Write for our free Illustrated book. " Before
iiriOy l tturo."
or In default of such action. In omit
ting to proper'y Inter the bones In the
grave of Mary Leonard.
Fifth. Dr. Mohlau Matter. Your
committee finds that Dr. Mohlau, an
Inmate of the Institution, confined foi
the drug habit, was allowed to render
some medical cervices to patients, un
tier the supervision of the medical su
perintendent. That he was properly
restrained at times, when it was nec
essary, and at other times, he was al
lowed to administer to the needs of
come of the patients. At no time was
he permitted to treat patients until he
bad been In the institution a sufficient
length of time to have fully recovered
from the effects of the drug habit.
Your committee findt that lie -vas fit
ted and qualified as & pnyslolau to
treat the patleats as above specified,
mil that the pcrnr.Bsion granted him to
do so by the medical superintendent
was In no wis-? censurable, but on the
contrary, the exercise of a wise discre
tion on the part of the medical super
intendent, for which he Is In no wise
amenable to censure or criticism.
Sixth. The Alleged Mismanagement
on the Part of the Asylum Authorities
Hoard of resents. mr committee
finds that there is no evidence showing
any official misconduct, mismanage
ment, or neglect on the part of the
board of regents.
Medical Superintendent. Your com
mittee finds that the medical superin
tt ndent was not aware of the abuses
found by your committee, to exist In
the conduct of the asylum, and herein
above specified, and that he Is not at !
fault for failing to ascertain their ex
istence; that he had no personal
knowledge of them; and that In all
cases, where his attenution was called
to them, he discharged the attendant
as promptly at possible, and took all
possible mea.j'irt8 to prevent their re
currence. That the only exception to
any censure or criticism for his man
agement of discharging the duties of
Matron. Yoir committee finds that
the present matron is nowise open to
censure or criticism in her official ca
pacity. Attendants. Your committee finds
that attendants In some instances
have practiced cruel and Inhuman
treatment on ratients and used unnec
essary restraints, as hereinbefore spe
cified, but that in all such cases, when
brought to the attention of the proper
authorities, the offending attendants
have been promptly discharged, or, in
the minor cades, duly reprimanded;
and a due degree of care and diligence
has been exercised in their selection.
Recommendations. Your committee
is impressed with the conviction, as a
result of the Investigation, that there
are defects In the devolution of the of
ficial control la the asylum, In this re
upect; when on the ground the medical
superintendent is in control; In his ab
sence the steward; and in the absence
of the medical superintendent and
steward, the matron. ,
This arrangement seems to your
committee as nm conducive to a unl
form, steady and consistent exercise of
authority on the spot; and to remedy
the defect, your committee recom
mends the employment of an assistant
medical superintendent to reside per
manently at the asylum, and to exer
cise full control In the absence of the
medical superintendent, and under his
general direction and supervision
Your committee believe that the
iiest results in the immediate manage
ment of the asylum will be attained by
vesting the appointment of all subordi
nates employed in the asylum In the
medical superintendent, as It seems a
hardship to require full responsibili
ty from the head of the asylum, with
out granting to him the power of se
lecting all the subordinates. All of
which Is respectfully submitted.
RUFUS J. PALBN,
J. FRANK MoCONNELL, M. D.,
UrXHtGB E. BRYAN, M. D.,
LUIS HERNANDEZ, M. D.,
V. C. PORTERFIELD,
H. M. DOUGHEH'l Y,
W. E GOURTNER, Secretary.
Mr. E. V. Chaves does not concur In
all the finding and conclusions of the
committee and will file a separate re
..Albuquerque's Largest Qtore..
n,.., - iva
To call every woman's
attention to the fact
that we .have marked
every Shirt Waist in our store down to actual cost.
. Even the Celebrated "GEISHA WAISTS." We are
offering at net cost.
No broken stock to select from, but Waists of every
conceivable color and style are here lor the first cost.
Six different stylet
made In Madras, Tissue
Organdi, etc.; regular
price was $5.50, cost
Four styles, each on
entirely different, made
of the popular waist
fabrics that sold for
$4.50; coat price
We are offering at
cost to close out two
specials, wash suits of
pure white Oxford cloth
nicely trimmed; regu
lar price waa $8.50, cost
Wash suits ot Black
and White, figured, Ox
ford cloth, nicely trim
med; regular price was
$6.7&, coet price
Your choice of five
styles, made of sheer
Lawns, Madras and
Chambray waisting ma
terials; regular price
$3.00, cost price
Your choice of eight
styles, made of the cor
rect waisting material;
sold for $3.v, coat price
300-302-304-306-300-310 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
TO THE PACIFIC COAST
San Francisco and return $55.00
Los Angeles or, Redondo. ..j. . 85.00
Santa Monica, Long Beach or
East San Pedro 35. Oi
8an Diego, Coronado Beach.. 35.00
..Datta of tale Every
Thursday and Saturday during
of May, June, July, August and I
tember. Limits November $0, 1
Stopovera within limit of tJokot
and west of aratow.
For further information call at ticket office
F. L.Myers, Santa Fe Ticket Agent, Albuquerque, N.M7
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- TlaeUtl.,Aew fork.
We would like to ask, through the
columns ot your paper, if there is any
person who has used Green's August
Flower' for the cure of Indigestion,
dyspepsia, and liver troubles that has
not been eured and we also mean
their results, such as sour stomach,
formentatlon of food, habitual cos
tiveness, nervous dyspepsia, bead'
aches, despondent feelings, sleepless
nesB in fact, any 'rouble connected
with the stomach or liver? This medl
cine has been sold for many years In
all civilized countries, and we wish to
correspond with you and send you one
of our books free of cost. If you never
tried August Flower, try a 25-cent bot
tle first. We have never known of ita
failing. If so, something more sertoua
ia the matter with you. The 25-eect
aize has just been introduced tbia year.
Regular size, 75 centa. At all druggists.
O. G. Green, Woodbury, N. J. J. H
O'Rielly & Co.
See our new spring Hoe of carpet
W can save you money. Albert Fib
er, 305 West Railroad aveoue.
"Grand Canyon Illuminated Mounts,"
Lesser Platinum Prints" on sale at
Santa Fe ticket office for 26 cents. Call
and aee samples. F. L. Myera, agent.
Subscribe for The Citizen.
Q CM TIME TABLE
The Citizen la the people's paper.
contains the newa, too.
DeWitt's ffiiUV Salve
For Piles, Burns, Sores.
Railroad Time Tables
Denver k Rio Grande System
8ANTA FE BRANCH,
Time Table No. 71.
(Effective Wednesday, April 1, 1903.)
East Uound West Bound
lo. 428 No. 425
9:0Uaii1Lv...SanU Fe...Ar 6:20pm
11:00 aui Espanola j 1:00 pm
1:06 pni Embudo j 1:06 pm
:40 pm;. . .Ties Pledraa. . .10:06 am
6:35 pui Antonlto 7:36 am
8:60 pm AlamoBa 6:10 am
g:06am Pueblo ., ...I 1:87am
7:15 am Ar... Denver . ..Lvj 9:30 pm
ARRIVE FROM THE NOR1H.
No. 1, California Express.... 7:16 p.:
No 7, Mei. A Cal. Kxpi-eaa. .10:06 p.m.
No. S, California Limited .... 10 : 40 am.
LBAVB GOING NORTH.
No. 2, Atlantic Eipresa 6:80
No. 4, Chicago Limited 18:09 p.m.
No. 8, Chicago Eipresa 7:80 p.m.
ARRIVES FROM SOUTH.
No. 22, Atlantic Eipresa .... 7:10 .m.
LEAVES QOINO SOUTH.
No. 27, Mexico Eipresa 11:00 p.m.
ARRIVE FROM WEST.
No. 2, Atlantic Eipresa 8:06 a.m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited 11:68 p.m.
No. 8, Chicago Eipresa 6:46 p.m.
LEAVE GOINO WEST.
No. 1. California Express.... 8:16p.m.
No. S.California Limited. ...11:00 a.m.
No. 7, Mez. Cat. Express. .10:46 p.m.
No. 7 will carry mall from tha oast
tnd No. 2 from the west.
The No. 8 and No. 4 ara the limited
and they arrive dally.
Local freight No. 99, going aouta,
r. av MTER8. Agent
Subscribe for Tha Cltisem.
JMITt VON HATBe TO
CURTIS NEWHAIL GO.
loe Nuiri, coi. roam
Oeneral Herchandise and
Proprietor of tha 6urwner tlartJaa
AU londa of Country Prod as Wm0M
Goods Delivered Free t all 1siji at
Corner of Third anal Tljacaa
Trains run daily except Sunday.
Connects with main line trains at
Antonlto for Durango, Silverton and
pointa west, at Alamosa for Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Interme
diate points, also with narrow guage
via Salida for same points via the
ivOYAL GORGE line and for all pointa
on the Creede branch, at Pueblo and
Salida for all pointa east or west and
at Denver for all pointa east.
For rates, Bleeping car reaerratlona,
etc., call on or address,
J. B. DAVIS,
Agent, Santa Fe, N. M.
S. K. HOOPER,
Gen. Pass and Ticket, Agt.,
SANTA FE, N. M
FIRE PROOF, CLECTRIC
LIGHTED. STEAM HEATED,
BATHS AND SANITARY
LARGE SAMPLE ROOM
FOR COMMERCIAL MEN.
AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN
GF.O. E. ELLIS,
Proprietor and Owner,
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere at anytime
call on or write
L C. Dale's Advertising Arescj
4-A Mi:rvbDU Kxchauir
6rt FnNctaco - cat.
111 W. Railroad Avert),
The Sneat line of Llquara and Ctaara
All patrons and friends eordlaily latav
ed to Tlslt "Tha Ieekerg." I aaaa la
served every day. t
STEVE B ALU NO.
A. E. WALKER
EDM ELI N I & EAKIN
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