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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905.
Tlpnoo Tib is dead. Such Is the
lews l.oin Zanzibar.
H was Henry M. Stanley who made
San Pedro, N. M, July 12. Waldo
mar Mndgren, in charge, and Mr.
Ixuis Caryl Graton, assistant, of the
United States geological survey, are
In the San Pedro and Golden dis
tiicls gathering data for a report and
survey of the mining districts of New
Mexico. Frcni here they will go to
Dolores, thence to other parts ol the
territory, every portion of which will
be Tisited. This work will consume
from eight to nine months, after which
they will return to Washington to su
pervise the publication by the in
te.Ior department of a volume cov
ering the entire field of mining enter
prise in New Mexico.
The work will be very complete,
and ,will comprise reliable mining
naps of tjie whole territory, as well
as extensive notations on geological
and mineral formation. This should
be an Important id to the mining in
dustry and there is no doubt that the
publication will be in great demand as
noon as Issued.
Mrs. Joseph Ha;nett entertained
with a luncheon in compliment to Ixis
Angeles friends on July 4. at her
pretty cottage at Ocean Park. The
home was brilliantly decked with the
American colors. In the dining room
the table was epread with a hand
some drawn work Mexican cloth, and
resting on this was a bouquet of tri
color sweet peas. Assisting the hos
tess were MmcB. E. J. Barnum, H. E.
Sherman and J. B. D. Heion. Los
TOM JOHNSON'S MOTHER
WAS A SOUTHERN BELLE
MRS. ELLEN LOFTUS JOHNSON.
This is the latest picture of her, taKen
twelve years ago. It shows a strong
resemblance between her and her
At Fort Hamilton, Mrs. Ellen John
win, 71 years of age, widow of Colonel
Albert W. Johnson, is reported very
tow. She Is the mother of Mayor
Tom Johnson of Cleveland, wbo is
very devoted to her. felie was Miss
Ellen Loftin, of Jackson, Tenn. While
attending school at Georgetown, Ky.,
she met her future husband, who was
also a student in that town, ajid they
were married in 1853. Before the war
they lived at Helena, Ark., where Mrs.
Johnson's beauty and culture pro
duced a decided Impression.
Albert W. Johnson became a colonel
In the Confederate army, and the vi
cissitudes of war took thu family to
Milledgeville, Tenn. Here Tom. at
the age o( 11 years, while his father
was at the fiont, aided materially in
supporting his mother by sellini;
papers. After the war the Johnsons
removed to Louisville where Tom be
came famous, and prospered as a
treet railway manager. Colonel
Johnson's fortunes Improved, and
some years ago he removed to the
eaBt, where Mrs. Johnson continued
to make hor home.
LOSES HIS LEFT EYE
W. E. BAKER OF LAS CRUCES
MEETS WITH A SERIOUS ACCI
DENT WITH TELEPHONE WIRE
A dispatch from Las Cruces tays
W. E. Baker, well known In New
Mexico and who until recently was
official Ptenoerapher for the Fifth dis-
trict and who is now cierk to the Unl-
ted Slates attorney and also manager
of the Las Cruces Telephone company
met with a very painful accident Mon-J
day which will result In the entire'
loss of the eight of h!s left eye. .He
went about dusk to investigate a
cross wire and had to cut same, when
I ' i
FT Tllf Rpf Hnr WM W Moreno TV!
SALE TEN MILLION
vt. sa . -m
V '. CANDY CATHARTIC
the old Arab chieftain famous. Hamed
Bin Mohammed, as he wag known
among the faithful, was a professional
"first aid" to explorers, and ft good
deal of money he made out of It. Be
fore Stanley met hlni, Tlppo Tib had
taken hold of It In a small way by pb-
cortlnR Explorer Cameron 300 miles
south of the equator.
Stanley had some trouble In mak
ing a deal with Tlppo Tib, who seem
ed to want the best of It, and then
some. It wa finally arranged that
at the end f sixty marches Stanley
should turn bark, unless trade. s from
the west coast could be encountered.
After long preparation and prelim
Inary advances toward the Interior,
the redoubtable Arab had two parties
on the march one of 3X men, women
and children, and one of 4i0 enrolled
fighting men, (many armed with
guns), and Tlppo Tib's slaves and
ha. em. When the great dark forest
was reached, the Arabs tried ti back
out, but Stanley stormed, exhorted
and bribed, and got the party to brave
the savages, a smallpox epidemic and
the myriad terrors of the dark cotitl
nent for weeks longer. At length
Tlppo Tib nult. tired of the constant
fighting, and Stanley pressed on with
a hand full of men. He reached the
Atlantic coast, after being out !"fl!)
days, solving the mystery of the Con
go river's source and flow.
Tlppo Tib Is said to have bought
and sold 10,000 slaves In his time.
one end of the wire he just cut sprung
back, entering the eye and penetrat
ing into the ball of same. He went
at once to Dr. McBrlde, who relleved
him of the intense suffering and yes
terday morning he went to El Paso
to consult a specialist.
FOREST FIRE RAGING
ALONG THE RIO GRANDE
On July 2. a ground fire started on
the northern boundary of the Pecos
forest reserve along the Kio (juemado
mil tlwti frillnupH the bed of jl .Tolls
creek. Hanger Ooekwilor reported
lhi mntlur ii Sn nnrviurir Knolnn At
S.mta Fe, and then ho with five men
went to the scene and fought with the
blaze from the 4th until the 8th of
July. Supervisor Knelpp has received
word from the men that the fire Is
now entirely out and that very little
damage was done, rue timber was
scarcely harmed at all, and then only
n oltirht rhnrrinp in about hItc feet
above the ground. The fire Is sup
posed to nave been started tiy sneep
The regular meeting of Harmony
Ixidge, No. 1. I. O. O. P.. will be held
tonight. All Odd Fellows and Re
bekahs are requested to be present to
meet Grand Master Alex. Bowie.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Knights of Columbus will be held this
evening in the club rooms, Elks'
building. Important business will be
transacted and every member is earn
estly requested to attend.
Rio Grande Chapter, K. A. M., will
meet in regular convocation this even
ing at 8 o'clock. Very Important busl.
ness. All members and visitors Invit
ed to bo present. By order of the
High Priest. A. McKay Whlteomb,
The Cleveland-Philadelphia game at
Cleveland was postponed on account
of wet grounds.
The Washlngton-Rt. Louis game at
St. Louis was postponed on account of
At Detroit R.H. E.
Iletroit 0 7 2
New York 7 10 2
At Chicago First game: R. H. E.
Chiengo 0 6 0
Boston 1 6 1
Second game: R. H. E.
Chicago 4 8 0
Boston ' 1 G 3
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
Brooklyn 8 10 2
Pittsburg 6 It 5
At Boston First game: R. H. E.
Cincinnati 15 15 2
Boston 8 13 6
Second game: R. H. E.
Boston 3 fi 0
Cincinnati 2 4 2
At New York R. H. E.
Chlcauo 8 12 2
New York I 2 5
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
St. Louis 6 10 1
Philadelphia 1 5 2
At St. Joseph R. If. E.
Sioux City 4 10 2
St. Joseph 2 8 1
At Denver R. H.E.
Denver 4 10 5
Des Moines 14 18 3
At Colorado Springs R. H. E.
Oniajia 7 11 7
Colorado Springs 7 14 3
Mirneapolls '. 4
At Kansas City
Kansas City 3
At St. Paul
St. Paul 5
HUSBAND BREAKS WIFE'S
WILL AND WILL GET ALL.
George Hutchinson, at Las Vegas,
succeeded, bv the decision of Che tiro-
bate court. In breaking the will of
his late wife, who left practically all
of her property, valued at $30,000.
and $8,nti0 in cash, to her sister. A
large number of witnesses have been
Introduced bv both sides. The court
holds that the woman was not of
sound mind nt the time the will was
made, 'lite husband w ill be the oily
BOXES A YEAR
t r 4
heir, with the will set alde, unless
the claims of a son, claimed to have
been adopted, shall be considered
Palmistry Is now considered a sci
ence. A beautiful Gipsy will tell you
what ymir pulm Indicates, of your past
and future, at 0 Park avenue, to
MUSI C A L S T.O C K C
Sunday at 3 p. m.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
S Evenings. r
Thursday, Friday and Sat
Admission .. .. 15c and 25c
Reserved seats on salo at O.
A. Mataon's, 202 West Rail
Gardens open every after
noon. Admission, free, ex
cept during matinees. Re
freKhments served by uni
"I owe my whole life to Burdock's
Blood Bitters. Scrofulous sores cov
ered my body. 1 seemed beyond cure.
B. B. B. has made me a perfectly well
woman." Mrs. Charles Mutton, Ber
HAY FEVER ABOLISHED.
Medical Science Discovers a Cure for
This Malady by Breathing Hyomel.
Stomnch doslne cannot cure hav
fever. A change or climate is the
only treatment that gives anv-relief.
and Hyomel, which mericates the
air you breathe, acts upon this princi
ple, giving in your own home a cli
mate as healthy as that or the White
Mountains or other health resorts.
The complete Hvomei outfit costs
but $1. extia hottleK SO r.nts .1 II
O'Rlelly & Co. have seen the good ef
fects followine the use of Hvnmet In
Jo many cases of hay fever that they
are willing to sell the treatment with
the understanding that if It does not
give satisfaction, the monev will he
refunded to you.
Forced to Starve.
H. V. I.etk, of Concord, Ky., says:
"For 20 years 1 suffered Hgoiiios, with
1 Horp on mv mmr tin. ho nninfii) aom.
UniHH that I could not put. After vainly
tryltiR everything else, I cured It with
Hucklrn's Arnica Salve." It's grent for
hums, cuts nnd wounds. At ull drug
gists; only 26c
Ruth, the little dauphter of E. N.
Dewey, of Annewvllle. Vn., was serious
ly ill of cholera Infantum Inst summer.
"W ff.ive her up and did not expect her
to live from one hour to another," he
says. "I happened to think of Chnmber
taln's Chollo, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Kemedy and got a bottle of It from the
store. In five hours I saw a change for
the better. We kept on giving It and
before she had taken the.hnlf of one
small bottle rhe was well." This remedy
Is for sale by all dealers.
NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE.
otlce is hereby given that on
Friday, the 14th day of July. A. D.
!9i5, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, at No. 905. South Fourth
st:eet, in the city of Albuquerque,
county of Bernalillo and territory of
New Mexico, the undersigned re
ceiver will sell at public auction to
the highest and best bidder for cash
in hand, all property, effects, rights
and franchises of the New Mexico
Stone Manufacturing company. The
following machinery will also be sold:
Two stone manufacturing machines;
about sixteen end pieces; about eigh
teen side pieces; about eighteen cast
ings, cut offs, etc., and about 300
Said property can be seen at any
time by seeing the receiver, who will
take pleasure in exhibiting It to all
prospective purchasers or bidders.
NICK METZ, Receiver.
B. F. ADAMS, attorney for receiver.
Otflce, postolllce, Artniquerque, N. M.
Albuquerque, N. M July 1, 19ti5.
RECEIVER'S NOTIC EOF HEARING
Notice Is hereby given that on
Saturday, July 15th, A. D. 1905, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of said day,
the office of B. F. Adams, In rooms
8 and 10 of the Cromwell block, cor
ner of Gold avenue and Second street
in the city of Albuquerque, county of
Hernallllo and territory of New Mex
xo, the undersigned leceiver will, in
accordance with the Judgment of the
court proceed to hear and determine
claims and accounts against tho New
Mexico Stone Manufacturing com
pany. All persons having claims
igainst said company are hereby no
titled to appear before said receiver
ind said time and place and prove
their accounts and claims against the
New Mexico Stone Manufacturing
company. Any person or persons,
firm or corporation aggrieved by the
decision of the receiver In the allow
ance or rejection of any claims must
mane tneir objections before the dis
trict court of Bernalillo county, with
in twenty days after the report of the
receiver is nied.
NICK MF.TZ. Receiver.
B. F. ADAMS, attorney for receiver.
Office, postolllce, Albuquerque, N. m!
Albuquerque, N. M., July 1, 1905.
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one for four weeks, when
I wan Hi'-J: '-. h tyjihoid fever and kid
ney trouble," writes Airs. Annie Hunter
of I'lttHliuiB, l'a., "and when 1 got bet
ter, although 1 bad one of the best doc
tors I could get, 1 was bent double, and
had to rent my hands on my knee
when I walked. From thla terrible ar
tl let Ion I w as rescued by Klectrlo bit
tern, which restored my health and
xtrenpth, and now I can walk as
HtmlKht a ever. They are slmplv won-
ierful." Guaranteed to cure wiomaeh,
liver and kidney Uiaorderu; ut all drug
fclats. Price Me.
Found a Cur for Dyspepsia.
Mrs B. Lindsay, of f ort u llilsm
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered quit
nu m le r of years from dyspepsia o4
greot pains In the stomach, was ad1s
by her druKtflst to tnk Chamberlain's
Btmnach and I.lver Tablets. Hhe. did so
and says, "I find that they hat j don
me a great deal of good. I bavs uim
had any suffering since I began using
them." If troubled wits, djspspstai at
Indigestion why not taks these Tatitets.
get well and stay well? For sal by Ul
Citizen want ads'bilng results to
NotsAII classified advertisements
or rather "liners" ona cent a word
for each Insertion. Minimum charge
for any classified sdvertlssmonta, 18
cents par Issue. In order to Insure
proper classification all "liners
should be left at this office not later
than o'clock, p. m.
WANTED Three carpenters, at
Broadway and Marquette. Apply to
WANTED Three painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED To buy second hand fur
niture and household goods. Ad
dress, lisWil!ico Box 95.
WANTED A good responsible house
keeper. App y 412 West Railroad
WANTED Ten house carpenters for
Clifton: waces. $1; 9 hours work.
Apply J. K. Brown, room 9, over
WANTED Competent woman for
plain cooking and general house
work. Inquire Matthews' Jersay
WANTED Gentlemen's second-band
clothing. No 615 South First street
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
FOR RENT Two neatiy furnished
front rooms for light housekeeping.
406 North Arno street.
FOR RENT Two or three unfurnish
ed rooms, close in, to desirable
party. Address B., this office.
FOR RENT Two pleasant rooms In
private family. Electric light and
bnth. Call 1110 West Railroad ave
nge. FOit RENT Two very cool, pleasant
looms for light housekeeping, or
sleeping rooms for men. Mrs. H. E.
Rutherford, 113 Iron avenue.
FOR REJs'T 4, 5, 9 and 10 room
houses. W. II. McMIllion, real es
tate dealer, 211 West Gold avenue.
FOR RJSNT Rooms for light house
keeping. Inquire 524 West Railroad
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms.
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
In city, single or ensuite, with table
board. 713 West Copper.
FOR SALE Res-tain ant, In good lo
cation; will sell cheap for cash. Ad
dress or call at No. 207 Vi Gold ave
nue; upstairs, room 3.
FOR SALE Six octave organ. In
good repair. Apply at 221 South
FOR SALE One pair work mules,
wagon and harness. Inquire Slii
West Coal avenuo.
LOST Black chiffon fan, trimmed
with gilt spangles and pearl han
dle. Return to The Economist and
"receive suitable reward.
LOST A white fox terrier, wearing
black collar, with brass rivets in it.
Return to Kothenbeig & Schloss'
cigar store and receive reward.
Dressma'ker with latest French pat
terns will go out by the day or take
work at home. Call or address, 315
North Arno street.
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen s Association
Kallroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
A Citizen want ad Is a good Invest
Dun pony, b.andod T A G on left
shoulder and O H with bar, on left
thigh. Sale Friday morning, July 14.
at 10 o'clock, at the city pound.
Buy It Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamnermln'B
Chollo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy.
It Is certain to be needed sooner ot
biter and when that time comes you
will need It badly you will need It
quickly. Tiny It now. It may save life.
For sale by all dealers.
Money to Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CE1PTS, as low as $10.00 and as hlgt
as 1200,000. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to oue year given. Goods to re
main In your possession Our rate
are reasonable. Call and see us before
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO..
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Ui'oms 3 and 4. Grant Bldg .
305 West Railroad Ave
W A N T E D
Wonder why people worry this hot
weather, when they should place
their troubles with us. We secure po
sitions as well as find positions.
WE WANT AT ONCE
2 waitresses, 2 waiters, one good cook
(for out of city), 1 second cook, 1
dishwasher, 1 chamber maid, 2 girls
for housework, 3 painters, man to
take charge of horses, man to wash
wagons, teamsters, (for city work),
teamsters FOR GRADE WORK, team
sters for lumber camp, laborers,
bridge carpenters, bridge helpers all
A first-class ratchet setter, and a
first-class planer, $3 per day, to start.
Good position, (out of city). Married
For railroad work teamsters and la
The Southwestern Employment
Phone 195 Red Upstairs.
110 South Second street.
A pleasant surprlHe party may be
given tu your etoinaeh and liver by
taking a medicine whieh will relieve
their pain and discomfort, vl: lr.
King's New Life 1'illa. They are a moot
wonderful remedy, affording sure relief
and cure fur headache, disEineas and
constipation. iUs at all druggists.
All kinds of fresh and salt
Meats. Steam Suy Factory.
MASONIC BUILDING, X THIRD ST
B. A. SLEYSTER
ROOM 5, CROMWELL BLOCK.
Automatic Telephone, 174.
Smoke the White Lily Cigjr
C I G A R S
113 1-2 W. Rmllroad Ave.
Established In 1882.
F. G. PRATT & GO,
Sol Agents for Casino Canned
Goods., Jas. Heekln & Co't Coffees.
Imboden's Granite Flour.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
21 South 8econd Street.
Hlllsboro Creamery Butter Best on
PIONEER BAKER V
riMON BALLING, Proprietor.
iiKce8or to Railing Bros
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage, and we
guarantee first-class baking
U7 S. First Street, Albuquerque
rreah Moma Made Cancloa a Bpmc
laity.... lea Cream Mado In Any
Quantity lor Partlaa, ate.
C. P. Schtitt,
AND SOFT DRINKS
Second Door North of P. O.
Rankin & Co.
Automatic Phone 4a1.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo ulldina.
Cement Work of All Kinds i
208 SOUTH BROADWAY
0. BAMBINI HAS OPENED BU8I
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST RAIL
I bare opened a mercnaut tailoring
publishment upstairs over No. ZOt
West Railroad avenue, and solicit the
patronage ot the general public
Sulta mado to order. Clothes cleaned.
pressed and repaired. The specific 1
use will not injure the cloth. Ladles'
jarments also cleaned, and walking
skirts made to order. Fit guarao
:eed. Have had 15 years' experience
In this city. Give me a trial.
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR.
Notice is hereby given that the ex
ecutor, Jose E. Chaves, was on the 8th
day of June, A. D. 1905, duly ap
pointed by the Honorable Probate
Court in and for Valencia county, New
Mexico, executor of the estate of Fel
ipe Chaves, deceased, late of Belen,
Valencia county, New Mexico.
All persons having claims against
(he said estate of Felipe Chaves, de
ceased, are hereby notified and re-
luired to present the same within the
time required by law. Also all per
sons indebted to said estate are hereby
notified to forthwith call upon the un
dersigned to pay the same.
JOSB E. CHAVES,
Executor of the estate of Felipe
Helen, N. M.. June 12, 1905.
AVISO DE EJECUTOR.-
Aviso es por est as presentes dado, que
el abajo flrmado Jose E. Chaves, fue en
el dia g de Junlo, A. V. 1U05, debtda,
mente noiubrado por la Honorable
Corto tie 1'ruebas del Condado de Va
lencia, Nuevo Mexico, EJecutor del
estuilo cle Felipe Chaves, difunto, ultl
iiiaiut ute del Condado de Valencia,
Todas las persouas que tengan re
olamoa en contra tie dicho estado de
Felipe Chaves, difunto, son por estas
presentes reiiueridas y notlflcadas de
prtseutar las inismas deutro del
tiempo requerldo por ley. Y tamblen
todas las persouas que deban a dlcno
estado son ior estas presentes no
titicadas de inlnedistamente pagar las
luisuiaa al abajo firmado.
JOSE E. CHAVES.
EJecutor del Estado de Felipe Chaves,
Belen, N. M., Junlo 12 de 1905.
CAPITA. AND SURPLUS - - $100,000
Interest Allowed on
WITH AMPLE MEANS
ANO UNSURPA8SED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE. H. M.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President;
W. S 8TRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Caahi.r,
wm. Mcintosh solomon luna george arnot
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON, TOPEKA el SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors:
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS,... President
M. W. FLOURNOY,...Vice President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
W. W. WOODS Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
I. H. COX, Manager.
Iron Pipe, Iron Pipe Fittings, Brass Fittings and Valves, Steam and
Hot Water Heating and Gas Fitting. A full line of bath room fix
tures and supplies. Storer Gasoline Engines.
412 W. Railroad Ave.
AUTO. 'PHONE, 671. COLO.,234.
"OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1878
La 5. PUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
Carrie the Largeat and
Farm and Freight Wagons
RAILROAD AVENl't. 4LBUQIERQLE. N.
GROSS KELLY & CO.
X WOOL, HIDE AND PELT DEALERS
- New Mexico
Capital, Surplus and
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
Santa Pe Railway
THE HAPPY HOUSEWIFE
Who takes pride in her bread and
cake making knows the pleasure and
satisfaction to be had by the use of
Empress mills flour. She knows her
b:ead will be the whitest, sweetest,
most nutritious and healthful, and
her cakes, pies and pastry dainty,
delicate and light.
114 West Copper Avt.
Most Extensive Stock ot
In the Southwest. 2
AND LAS VEGAS