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ALHUQUEltQUE EVENING CITIZEN
20 Discount For 10 Days
Through mistake, wo had a large order of crockery duplicated,
consequently, we have a larger stock of crockery than Is usually car
ried In an exclusive china store, and to unload part of It immediately,
we are, offering It at 20 per cent o fffor cash for the next ten days. If
you are In need of hotel dishes, water sets, dinner sets, or odd pieces,
It will pay you to Investigate our stock. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
J. D. EMMONS
Successor to Futrelle Furniture Co. Corner Coal Ave. and Second St.
PER EM MDDST1 OM
FOR SALE FROM
THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905.
ric a evert.
Mrs. O. I). BumoII. the estimable
wife of a prominent siiou official, who
was called to Trinidad on account of
the death of a sister, baa returned to
The Southern Pacific Railroad com
pany Is now facing a serious situation
In the danger to its tracks by being
undermined by the continually rising
BenJ. Young was elected chief car
man Tuesday evening at the meeting
of the Ias Venas association; Tona
Sena, vice president and Tom Mcl'at-
ten recording secretary.
Knglneer Byron Archibald, running
between Albuquerque and Las Vegas,
has returned from an extensive easr
n trip, ad h8 rJ3Uiu:tl his run on
the New Mexio division of the Santa
Charles M. Robinson, of Las Vegas,
was married yesterday evening to
Sarah L. Phillips, of Cairo, 111., who
has been employed at the Castanada
lunch counter. The newiy married
couple have gone up the canyon" to
The train pulled Into Chicago ten
minutes ahead of the scheduled time,
and Mr. Botterlll had plenty of time
to catch his Lake Shore train. He
modestly refrained from posing as a
hero of a mad ride In which records
went a glimmering, and the story of
his exploit came to light yesterday
during a discussion of the fast time
made by the Coyote special, which
carried Walter Scott to Chicago.
New Engines for Santa Fe.
The Baldwin Locomotive company
is about to deliver a large locomotive
order to the Santa Fe. The giants
will soon start, passing through Buf
falo. There are 85 locomotives In
the order. Twenty are of the balanced
compound Atlantic type and 30 are
balanced compound Pacific type.
They will be distributed over t'he sys
tem and will gradually find their way
Into service. On the east end, the
new engines wl'.l replace some heavy
freight engines that will be released
for the mountain division. In addi
tion to the engines, deliveries will
soon begin on 4,200 freight cars. V
m m m
GALLUP MAY SECURE
NEW EATING HOUSE
As a resuit of the fire at Gallup last
Sunday, in which the big Harvey eat
ing house at that place was almost
totally ruined, it is quite possible that
a handsome new hotel, patterned after
the Cardenas note! at Trinidad, will
ne built, rne erection or suen an
eating hous6 at that point would be
in Yf- ping with the rest of the Har
vey hotels alon the Santa Fe.
BEGAN AT BOTTOM
OF THE LADDER.
L. V. Morris, who succeeds J. F.
McXally, as superintendent of the Rio
Grande division of the Santa Fe, Is a
comparatively young man. His head
quaitera will be at San Marclal, where
lie began his railroad career some
Epris, the Junction with the Rock Isl
and, by September, and at the rate
the dirt Is flying now they will not
lack much, if any, of doing so. Track
laying west from Wlllard has been de
layed for unavoidable reasons, but
will begin within a few days. The
steam shovel will come in by Wlllard
and work west. j
The big well drilling outfit, to test'
uie mauer or artesian water, is al
most In place, and will begin woik by
the first of next week. There are
various rumors as to the depth that
the test hole will be gunk, but It is
seasonably certain that It will go
down 1,500 feet unless water, gas
or oil is struck at a less distance. On
the strength of this well and the pros
pects for its success, the country In
this vicinity is being rapidly taken up
DENVER MAN BEATS
THE SCOTT SPECIAL
RECORD OF WALTER SCOTT, THE
DEATH VALLEY MILLIONAIRE,
SENT GLIMMERING BY MAD
RACE OF BOTTERILL..
While Walter Scott, the Death val
ley millionaire cowpuncher, has
broken ail existing records between
Los Angeles and Chicago, he did not
break the record between Rock Island
and Chicago, a distance of 165 miles.
says the Denver News. This record
is safe In the keeping of a Denver
man, Thomas Botterlll, who is con
nected with the Pierce Cycle company
and it was made two weeks ago over
the Rock Island route. The 105 miles
was covered in ICO minutes, including
five regular stops.
Botterill left Denver on the Rocky
Mountain Limited, which leaves Den
ver at 11:20 o'clock every morning
and makes a running time between
Denver and Chicago of twenty-seven
hours. The train arrived at Rock
Isiand an hour and a half late, owing
to an injury to the engine, and it ar
rived in Chicago ten minutes ahead of
The Denver man was hastening to
New York, where he had a very im
portant deal on, and It was impera
tive that he connect with the Lake
Shore, which leaves shortly after the
arrival of the train from Denver,
When the town of Rock Island was
reached and Botterill saw bow late
he was, he was almost ready to give
up in despair.
His fellow passengers, knowing bis
predicament, volunteered to assist fi
nancially in raising a purse for the
engineer If he would make up the lost
time. They realized that they would
have an exciting ride, and were more
than willing to pay for It. The en
gineer consented to do his best, and
at Rock Island 'a new engine, one of
the best on the road was secured.
Then commenced the mad race to
Chicago against time.
From Rock Island to Chicago the
track is unusually good, and the engi
neer opened his trottle wide. The
27 Dowm, Balance (Easy Payments
JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO.,
219 West Gold Avenue.
II In ii. ilBlMnasBiBsaMM
train auomnd (n Inon t Vi ir Vi fVm a !
years ago as a call boy He gradually. The re , gt d b heJ
Wrie,d.5lsJwa7 nUXJe Z,,'? tween them the train attained terrific
speed. At various points the tremen
dous speed of ninety-six miles an
hour was maintained for some min
utes, and an average speed of seventy
miles an hour was maintained. The
passengers on the train thoroughly en
Joyed the exhilaration of traveling
at a beakneck speed.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy The Best
T. M. Wood, manager of the White
County New., Beebe, Ark.. Is a repre
sentative BouthiTn buHliuss man. who
superintendent of the Panhandle di
vision of the Santa Fe. with headquar
ters at Wellington, Kan. It Is from
this )HisitIon that he was promoted to
be superintendent of the Rio Grande
LA JUNTA ENGINEER
CLAIMS SCOTT REWARD.
Walter ScottT"the Death Valley
miner, offered a prize of $500 to the
engineer who would make the fast
est run over his division, and this
money is claimed bv Hudson Gardner,
who pulled the special from Raton to ! !'- not hesitate In expressing his good
La Junta opinion or a wen Known remedy. He
... .'.ii vi, i i . "It frives me pleasure to recom
Hudson claims that while It Is given, mend Chamberlain s Chollc, Cholera nnd
out that the fastest time was made: Diarrhoea Remedy, having used It mv
between Chllllcothe and Coal City, 111. 8,,f and ,n my family wlih the best re
that It . not tho "l,uct n " Tho l,,u- In tnct 1 bplit've " to be the best
mat it was not tne best run. 1 he rPm,.,iy 0f the kind in existence. Sol-t
per cent of grade and other obstacles by all dealers,
on the division between Raton nnd La,
Junta, and the remarkable fast time
he made, In his opinion, should give,
him the money.
He Is also .confident that if Scott
leaves the decision in the hands of
railroad men, he will be awarded the,
prize. The division between Raton
and La Junta Is the roughest on the
Santa Fe, between Los Angeles and
BELEN CUT-OFF TRACK I
LAYING AT WILLARD.
INTERESTING OTPICS .
to hold their own with any other club
in the territory.
A moonlight picnic Is to be held
at the park next Saturday night. An
orchestra has' been engaged for tho
The government land In the valley
Is being taken up rapidly by the new
settlers who are coming In dally.
The range In this section of the
country U in excellent condition.
SANTA FE COUNTY'S
TRAVELING AUDITOR SAFFORD
INVESTIGATES AND FINDS
GROSS NEGLECT OF DUTY.
Estancia, July 11. L. A. Rausseau,
formerly of Albuquerque, has assum
ed the duties of cnsliier anil book
keeper at the Dunlavy Mercantile Co.,
Milton Dow has in course of erec
tion a two story residence.
The Christian church is holding re.
Work on the cut-off Is being pusned vlval services which are being ably
as rapidly as possible, but the con
tractors are somewhat handicapped
by lack of laborers, says a corre
spondent writing from Willard. They
have leceived instructions to com
plete tho grade from Willard to to
conducted by Revs. J. A. Trapp of
Corona, New Mexico, ami David Hil
ton, of Strong City, Kansas.
The Estancia va'.Iey base ball club
has been organized and the members
are confident that they will be able
Painless, Nat'iral Childbirth.
Btr'i coming into ih world mould be preceded by a certain prenartion oo
ths part ol (vmi omin .ho nrwcti to become a mnth.-r m.. ., . .
duty to her unlxrn baue, and to hermit ; l.er duty to her ux.rit U s la to u
tveiy n-.eini ithio tu-r poer to aid hit entrant into the oiKi :.y cannot
hlp hi:i:-;t in this ordi'l, therefore mother muit He h.. a b ir.l enough tint
'' n" '!. ui "! hi coming easy Hit health in r ii:ede(ndi
gitatly ju the .nannrr of tn a coming . would you have y.jur ci a cm,i,'.e, or
.au you nave Inm a lower ol strength? Mmr.g n en aid tut
(jn wn-up ennaren, a lan.oui imgetn in Vienm it drvntmc hit
li!--oik to the cura of little helplest crin s. deforn.d by
umre , uu um your cnuo to uttori a ii. pla.
l a liniment which .111 forestall inv f.oji.billty . accident M
on in ; n.ai ii. ii re,aiei all tie ai n mil n.uul,i ,nl
and pem.iu of an eaiy access to t..c child. Iteaset the n o! her t
pain, ar.d to assists natuie liiai when baby comes he starts
out m life with a constitution w-ll able to f ght life's batt.es.
ai,d to bloom into strong pur- manhood that is the coOiiert
and deliK'.t of every true n. other s heart
Qne dollar Is the price at all drug stores. Seed let ew
book oo " Motherhood " It is liee.
Brad field Regulator Co.
The following charges have been
fiied in the office of the clerk of the
district court for Santa Fe county,
says the New Mexican.
Territory of New Mexico vs. Anaa
tacio Gonzales, as assessor for the
county of Santa Ke, for failure to per
form his official duties as prescribed
by th laws of the territory of Ntlw
Mexico. The charges are preferred by
Charles V. Safford, as traveling audi
tor of the territory and state that
Anastacio Gonzales, Instead of mak
ing a full and complete assessment of
the property in Santa Ke county, as
required by law .failed and' omitted
to perform his, official duties in the
. That he has apparently performed
no services whatever, himself having
employed three deputies; that the
deputies thus employed neglected
their duties In carrying out the work,
failing to visit the property In many
Instances, copying the lists as re
turned last year.
Each precinct is taken up, separate
ly, Traveling Auditor Safford detail
ing the offenses committed against
the laws of the territory in each case.
The general trend of the charges are
as stated before, neglect of duty, fail-'
tire to visit property and copying from
lists of previous years.
In precincts Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11,
12, 13, 19 and 20, assessed by Jose
Ortega y. Baca, who had been named
as deputy by Assessor Anastacio Gon
zales, 11 days were consumed in the
work for the 10 precincts. 377 returns
of property being made as against 504
made last year. This Is a decrease of
127 returns for the 10 precincts.
In precincts Nos. 1. 2. !. 14. 15 and
22, assessed by Cesarlo Ortiz, a dep.
uty nssessor, eight days were used for
making the assessment for the six
precincts and 487 returns made as
aga'nst 287 last year, a gain of 200.
Ortiz, says, however, that large
number of these were handed In to
the office and the property was not
visited by him or Assessor Gonzales.
A number were copied from last
In the city of Santa Fe, assessed bv
Juan Delsado, appointed as a deputy,
practically the same number of re
turns were made as last year, but the
valuations we.e from ten to twentv-
five per cent lower, the property was
not visited, and a number of tbe re
turns were copied from former lists.
Assessor Gonza'es Is ordered ft) ap
pear before Assoc'nte Justice John R.
MeKip, sitting In chambers In the first
judicial district court for Santa Fo
county, at 10 o'clock In the morning,
Wednesday. July 10, 11)05, and answer
the charges preferred by the traveling
Tbis proceeding is bad under the
provisions of section 33, chapter 22,
session laws of 1899, which provides
if the charges are proven, that the ac
cused officer may bo removed from cf
flee by the order of the court
A number of men have been found
during the past week on the desert
west of Phoenix suffering for lack of
water. Several of tho nun were
crazy and two others wandered off
and are thought to have perished.
Tuesday evening at his residence
on Lower Palace avenue, Santa Fe,
Judt'e John R. McFIe united in mar
riage Wilher Lewis and Mrs. Mamie
Straw. The contracting parties are
from Creede, Colorado.
ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO.
4ff Street and Railroad Avenue
STAR RETT'S MACHINIST TOOLS
JENNINGS A IRWIN BITS
MAY DOLE HAMMERS
WINCHESTER SHOT GUNS
SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS
AMMUNITION, ALL KINDS
HARNESS AND SADDLES
STRAP WORK, ETC.,
ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO,
TO LOUISVILLE, Ky., DENVER, COLORADO
SPRINGS AND PUEBLO, Colo., CHICAGO, ST.
LOUIS. MEMPHIS, KANSAS CITY, ANL ALL
.... POINTS NORTH AND EAST ....
El Paso Northeastern
Rock Island Systems
LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT
Fastest Schedules Finest Equipment
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Dining; Cars all the Way Short Line East
Fir further iiiforma'icn call or address
V. R. STILOS G. P. A., E. P.
N. E, Sjstcm, El Paso, Tei
Don't Use Poor Oil
For use on sewing machines, hloycles
and all purposes requiring a fine lu
bricant, the best is cheapest In the
t-nd. Oenuine hinder oil can only be
ohtainod at Singer Mores. Ixxik for
the rfed S. 218,i South Second St., Al.
tiU'iueniue, N. M. .
About the House.
BORRADAILE di CO., UP COLD AVENUE.
Chicago and return, 52E0, with final limit of October 31, or 149 75
good for sixty days. ' ""
St. Louis and return, $14.60. with final limit of October 31. or 143.80
Kood for sixty days. '
TICKETS ON 8ALE DAILY UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30.
Denver and return, $26.15.
Colorado Springs and return. $22.15.
Pueblo and return, $20.15.
Glenwood Springs and return, $30.16, via Pueblo, or $41.15 via Denver.
The buyer of a CHICKEK1NO PIANO can never have any regrets
over his purchase, for he will never And a Piano of another make that will
compare In tone with te one he has.
To be sure they cost a little mo le than other good Flanos, but that
Is the Inevitable result when you get tbe best.
Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The avt-ni.' nmn doB nut save to t
rci t n r e.-nt of bin earnliiKH. lie
nmxt hi. wiii nine dullur In living n
.. ri8.s f.T every dollar savtd. Tlil be
iis tlu (asu, he cannot be too careful
alpoiit unnciH!ary expenms. Very often
a few cents properly Invested, like buy
ing g. e,u for hlM tfanlen, will n;iva . v
eral dollar outlay later on. It Is the
name in buying Chamberlains Chollc.
Cholera anil Diarrhoea ltcmely. It
costs but a few cents, and a bottle of It
In the house often saves a doctors bill
of several dollars. For sale by all deal-rs.
WE ARE SCLE AGENTS FOR TEE CHICKERINO
WHITSON MUSIC CO.
We are now prepared to figure on cement walks. We use first
clas material and employ competent workmen which Justi
fies us In giving you a positive guarantee. Our price will
compare favorably with responsible competition.
lil'GIIIB' HYDRAULIC STONE COMPANY
AUTOMATIC PIIONK 711
TicRets on Sale Daily Until October 15. Final Limit Oct. 31st
V. L. MYERS, AgentA. T. & S. F. Ry.
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Scenic Line of the World"
Shortest and quickest line from
Santa Fe to Denver, Pueblo and Colo
rado 8prlngs, and all Colorado points.
Connection at Denver and Pueblo with
all lines east and west. Time as quick
and rates as low as by other lines.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DINING
CARS, TOURIST CARS, CHAIR
On all through trains. No tiresome
delays at any station.
For Illustrated advertising matter
or Information, address or apply to
S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A., Denver, Colo.
A- S. BARNEY, T. P. A., Santa Fe, New Mex.
iiii & Eakin
WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND CIGAfl
and O. F. C. Whiskies, Moet - Chandon Mte SeaU'ha S
M. C. Uohernlaa uuri Jos. Sohliu M i 1 w u n k e V I lo tiled 1 1 -If I0uU
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