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El Paso Team Is Reorganized
And Expects To Wallop
' WILL THEY WIN EVERY CAME?
According to the El Paso papers,
the Colts of that city have put in a
week of very hard practice and re
organized their team in anticipation
of their games with the Albuquerque
Browns on Saturday and Sunday. The
line-up has been changed, a new
catcher signed, and two new pitchers,
It Is rumored, will show up in time
for the games. They are supposed to
. tail from the Texas league.
The Browns are not worrying, as
they are prepared to put up the real
article of ball, and the idea that El
Paso Is to have some real profes
sionals does not worry them a bit.
The Browns don't take much stock in
the professional racket, as they have
been up against professional playeis
rery frequently this year namely the
Las Vegas Blues but look what they
iiave done to them, simply played the
Meadow City boys off their feet In
Will They Win Nlne7 .
The question now arises among the
local fans: "Will the Browns win
nine games, the total of the games
they will play on their southern trip?"
If "dope" counts for anything, the
boys should return home with a clean
string of victories, as Las Vegas made
at clean sweep on Its trip south, and
the Browns have played all around
Manager Blood's bunch.
Morencl Laying for Browns.
Word comes from Morencl that the
Arlozna boys are laying for Houston's
bunch. The Morencl Herald says:
"It Is believed the Morencl boys will
so up agalpst the hottest aggregation
they have ever tackled when they
play Albuquerque at Clifton next
week. We don't believe this will
bother the boys, and expect to see
these famous hitters get their
Final arrangements were made to
day by Manager Houston for the trip
of the Browns. The transportation
was fixed up, and the teams will
leave tomorrow night for El Paao,
where they will play the first games
of their trip in the Pass City, on Sat
urday and Sunday.
A Warning to Mothers.
Too much care cannot be used with
mall children during the hot weather (if
the summer months to guard against
bowel troubles. As a rule. It Is only nec
essary to give the child a done of cas
tor oil to correct any disorders of Hi.
bowels. Do not use any substitute, but
give the okl-fanhmned castor oil, and
see that It Is fresh, as rancid oil nau
seates and has a tendency to gripe. If
this does not cheek the bowels, five
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and iMiir
rhoe remedy, and then a dose of castor
oil, and the disease may be checked in
Its lncljdency and all danger avoided. The
castor oil and this remedy should le
procured at once and kept rendy for ln
Flant use, as soon as the first Indica
tion of any bowel trouble appears. Thi.H
la the most successful treatment known,
and may be relied upon with Implicit
confidence, even In oases of cholera In
fantum. For sale by all dealers.
Kansas City, Mo., July 31. Under
the Influence of reduced receipts last
week the market advanced 15 to 25
cents, covering nearly all kinds. A
few cattle from Kansas pastures, of
the soft grass variety, sold barely
steady, a buyers do not like the beef
this clus3 of steers produces. Receipts
from the range country are increasing
every week, and the supply today
from Panhandle and Oklahoma is 111
eral considering the total run is (inly
9,000 head. Only one or two ship
ments from Co'.orado today. Trices
are strong to 10 rents higher today,
cows and veal calves more in some
cases, stockers and feeders fully 10
cents higher. More country buyers
have been around the yards In the
last ten days than any time before
this season. Straight grass killing
steers sell at 8.35 to 4.50, thin and
light stockers, $2.50 to $;i.25, fair to
good feeders, $3.00 to $3.75, cows $2.15
to $2X5, a few good ones up to $3.00,
canners, $1.75 to $2.10, bulls $2.00 to
$2.40. Veals are selling good at $5.00
to $5.75, with the heavy ones sorted
out at $3.50 to $4.00. It is said that the
country will not pay any higher prices
A SUGGESTION TO JOHN D.
for snickers and feeders than those
now ruling, hut the demand for a
week or more has been ahead of the
supply, and prices are steadily ad
vancing. The decline In the sheep market
was checked the middle of last week,
and the week closed firm. Receipts
are light, at S.niio head, today, and
prices 10 to 15 cents higher. Idaho
spring lambs sold at $i.40 today,
which is 40 rents higher than the top
last wetk. Some lighter Idaho lambs,
64 poun Is, snld at $G.10 today, seeral
strings of Maho and Arizona year
lings st $4. S3 to $3.00, Colorado and
Arizona killing ewes, around 100
pounds, at $4.25. These prices indi
cate a recovery of 20 to 30 cents from
the low time last week. The demand
for feeders Is very strong; feeding
wethers at $4.20 and $4.25, ewes $3.75,
all weighing from 80 to 90 pounds,
were taken out late last week. No
killing wethers are here today, but
they are worth $4.25 to $4.60. The
low time has probably been passed for
HAY FEVER FOR 27 YEARS.
Well Known New England Woman
Cured of; Hay Fever Cure Was
The thousands of discouraged peo
ple who dread the approach of sum
mer because they have hay fever and
cannot find any relief f;om It, will
read with interest and gratitude the
following statement from Helen S.
Williams, of Mansfield, Mass.:
"For 27 years, from the month of
August until heavy frost, I have been
afflicted with hay fever, growing
worse and worse each year, until of
late years I was unable to attend to
my work during that neriod.
"Last summer I fortunately gave
Hyomel a trial, and I am happy to
say mat it entirely cured me, and I
have had no occurrence of the disease
Breathe the germ killing and heal
ing balsams of Hyomel and get rid
of your hay fever.
The complete outfit costs but $1.
extra bottles, 50 cents. J. H. O'Rielly
& Co. agree to refund the monev to
any hay fever sufferer who uses Hyo
mel witnout benent.
Bent Her Double,
"I knew no on for four week hn
I was slok w'ift typhoid fever and kid
ney trouble." writes Mrs. Annie Hunter,
of Plttshurs;, Pa., "and when I got bet
ter. althouKh I had one of the best doc
tors 1 could get, I was bent double, and
rind to rest my hands on my knees
wnen i waiKea. From this terrible af
fliction I was rescued by Electric bit.
ters. which restored mv health snrt
strenirth, and now I can walk as
siraUht as ever. They are simply won
derful." Guaranteed to cure stomach,
iiver ana money disorders; at all drus
KlBts. Price 60c
0. BAMBINI HAS OPENED BUSI
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST RAIL
t nave opened a merchant tailoring
establishment upstairs over No. 201
West Railroad avenue, ana solicit the
patronage of the general public
Suits mad to order. Clothes cleaned,
pressed and repaired. The specific I
use will not injure the cloth. Ladles'
garments also cleaned, and walking
klrts ;nade to order. Fit guarao
teed. Have had 15 years' experience
In this city. Give me a trial.
Colic and Diarrhoea A Remedy That
Is Prompt and Pleasant.
The iininipt results produced by C'hnm
berliilu a Colic. Cholera and l'lnrrhne
Iteimdy, together wlih its pleasant
t.iHte, have won for It a place In many
Iimiihi lioKls. Mr. T. Taylor, a mer
chant f Vlnnlow, Ala., writes: "1 have
UHed t huinbcrlaln s Colic, Cholera and
lilarrhoe liemedy myself and also with
men on my place, for diarrhoea and
colic anil 'It always gives relief promptly
and pleasuntly." For sale by all dealers.
A brakeman named John Keer, was
captured at Denver, charged with
breaking Into a freight car and steal
ing ia.OoO rigors. Ills method of gain
ing entrance to the goods in the cars.
it is alleged, was by cutting holes in
the roots of the cars.
Nothing on the Market Equal to
Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and
This fact Is well known to druggists
everywhere, and nine out of ten will
Klve their customers this preparation
when the bebt Is aaked for. Air. Obe
Winner, a prominent nruKKixt of Joplln
Mo., In a circular to his customers, says:
"There Is nothing on the market In the
ay of patent medicine which equals
Chamberlain s Cullc, Cholera and tlar
rhoe Hemedy for bowel complaints. W e
sell and recommend this preparation."
For sals by all dealers.
At Cincinnati R. U.K.
Cincinnati 8 15 2
Brooklyn 7 IS 3
At Chicago R. H.B.
Chicago 3 9 3
Boston 4 9 0
At Pittsburg R. H. E
Pittsburg 1 7 2
New York 3 9 0
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St. I.otils 2 4 3
Philadelphia 4 8 0
At Boston First game R. H. E.
Boston 4 8 0
St. Louis 2 9 2
Second game R. H. E.
Boston 4 7 2
St. Louis 3 10 1
At New York R. H. E.
New York 4 12 1
Cleveland 3 8 1
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Chicago 3 4 1
Philadelphia 4 8 2
At Washington R. H. E.
Washington 2 8 4
Detroit 1 6 1
At Des Moines R. II. E.
Des Moines 8 15 2
Sioux City 4 9 1
At St. Joseph R. H. E.
Denver 5 n 1
St. Joseph 1 4 1
St. Paul 14
Kansas City 1
Proposals for two brick buildings
and sewer extension. Department of
the Interior, office of Indian Affairs,
Washington. D. C. July 14. 1905. Seal
ed proposal Indorsed "Proposals for
tJtiiiiiings, etc., Santa Fe. N. M" and
addressed to tho Commissioner of In
dian Affairs. Washington. D. C. will
be received at the Indian offlce until
2 o clock p. m., of Tuesday, August 22,
1905, for fu-hlshing and delivering the
necessary materials and labor requir
ed to construct end complete a dormi
tory and a lavatory, both of brick,
with plumbing, steam heat and elect
ric light and an extension of the sewer
system, at the Santa Fe school, N. M.,
In strict accordance with the plans,
specifications and instructions to bid
ders, which may be examined at this
offlce, the offices of the Improvement
liuuetm, Minneapolis. Minn., the Con
struction News, Chicago, 111., the New
Mexican, Santa Fe. N. M.; The Citizen,
Aiuuqiierque, N. M.; the Republican,
Denver, Colo.: the Journal. Kansas
City, Mo., and the Arizona Republican,
Phoenix, Arizona; the Builders and
Traders Exchanges at Omaha, Milwau
kee, St. Paul, and Minneapolis, the
Nor hwestern MunuTfccturerg' Associa
tion, St. Paul, Minn.; the Board of
Trade, Durango, Colo.; the U. S. In
dian Warehouse, 205 South Canal
St.; Chicago, III.; C02 South Seventh
St.; St. Ixmls, Mo.; 815 Howard St.,
Omaha, Nebr., and 119 Wooster St.,
New York City, and at the school. For
furthpr information npp'y to Clinton
J. Crandall, Santa Fe, N. M. C. F.
Larrabee, acting commissioner.
No such thing as "summor com
print" where Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry is kept handy. Na
ture's remedy for eviry luosenes of
Concessions and privileges on fair
grounds and on the streets in the city
of Albuquerque, tlurin? the twenty
tilth territorial fair, to be held at Al
buquerque, N, M., September 18, 19,
20, 21, 22, ami 23, lWj;
Peanuts and popcorn, bar, spar jow
elry, novelties, score cards and pro
grams, candy, soft drinks, cushions,
sandwiches and lunches, canes, novel
ties, merry-go-round, burnt leather
goods, caue rack, whip rack, button
emblems, shooting nailery, doll rack,
pool selling, knife iaek, sovenlr
ladies, Jewelry spindle, etc.
Bids to be opened at 12 o'clock,
noon, August 25, the association re
serving the right to reject such bids
as they desire. Address, D. K. B.
Sellers, Secretary, Albuquerque, N. M.
Musical Stock Co.
Thursday, Friday nd Sat
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S
"SLAVE OF DUTY"
Admission .. .. 15c and 25c
Reserved seats on sale at O.
A. Mataon's, 202 West Rail
Gardens open every after
noon. Admission, free, ex
cept during matinees. Re
freshments served by uni
Matinee Sunday at 8 p. m.
0 "OLIVETTE" f
Admission 15c W
All kinds of fresh and salt
Meats. Steam Saussge Factory.
MASONIC BUILDING. N. THIRD ST
B. A. SLEYSTER
ROOM 6, CROMWEUb BLOCK.
Automatic Telephone. 174.
Smoke the White Lily Cigar
113 1.2 Mr. Rmllroad Ave.
PIMON 9ALLINQ, Proprietor.
Successor to Balling Bros.
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage, and we
guarantee first-class baking
207 3. First Street, Albuquerque
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND BRUSHES
Palmetto Roof Paint stops all
On gallon Devoes Paint covers
300 square feet two coats.
LEATHER, HARNESS. SADDLES, ETC.
409 W. RAILROAD AVE
UVERY. SALE. FEED AND
Horses and Mules bouirhtand exchang
ed. Address W. L. Trimble Co.,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
BEST TU UNO UTS IN
SECOND STREET. BETWEEN RAILROAb
AND COPPER AVENUES.
A. W. HAYDEN
OFFICE AND FACTORY
412 West Copper Avenue
Phones, Auto 108; Colo. Black 265.
Rankin & Co,
Automatic Phone 411.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo uUalnc..
and CURE THE LUNGS
SOc l $1.00
H nrcs t and fcuieKest Cure for alt
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or M0NE1 SACK.
DR. J. K. KRAPT.
Rooms 15 and 16 Grant block, orer
the Golden Rule Dr Ooorls Com nan t
Doth phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. 8.
wo. me Railroad avenue Office hours
:S0 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to I
p. m. Telephone 462. Appointments made
OFFICE CLOSED UNTIL AU
Bernard S. Rodey.
ATTORN ET-AT-LAW. Albuquerque,
W. M. Prompt attention given to all
business pertaining to the profession.
w in practice In ail courts of the terri
tory and before the United States land
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORfJEf-AT-LAW, I V street, N.
w., Washington, u. 1,. Pensions, lands,
patents, copyrights, carlata, letter pat
ents, trade marks, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTORNE Y-AT-UAVV. Albuquerque,
N. M. offlce, First, national Bank build
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offlce Cronv
well block, Albii'i jerque, N. M.
John H, Stlngle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Suite 16, N. T.
Armljo hillldlna. Albuquerque, N. M.
P. W. Rnenrpr anrt V I"). Wnllln.
ford, rooms 4H-47. Tlarnett liulldine
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
CONTRACTOR 4 BUILDER;
A. L. Morgan.
CONTRACTOR AND B!JIT,nir:RRt.
mates cheerfully furnished; Job work so
licited. Automatic 'phone TU; Bhop til
North becond street, Albuquerque, N. M.
C. H. Conner, M. DH D. O.
OsteODathic nhvslclan inH iirnwn
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
treated. Offlice Rarnett building.
Hours. 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele.
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J. E. Bronaon.
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hay ward, clair
voyant and business medium, 120
South Arno street. Offlce hours: 10
to 3 dally. Evenings and Sundays by
The original Spanish hair "tonic.
Hermoso pelo, (beautiful bair.) Posi
tively stops falling hair In one applica
tion; cures dandruff always, and Is a
perfect dressing for gentlemen and
lauies' hair. For sale at 60 cents per
nottie. Agents wanted. 410
South Edith street.
Albuquerque. N. M
410 South Edith street.
Of Albuquerque Business Colleae.
In addition to regular work we will
have Review Classes for teachers' cer
tificates, hig'h school, graded school,
and Spanish courses. Opens Monday,
Ten weeks for $10. for any course,
For further particulars address
RAMSAY & ALLMAN.
Gleckler Block, Corner Fourth street
and Cold Avenue.
MRS. C. GRANNIS.
Invites you to inspect her fine line
of fancy goods, Hardanger, French
and wool embroideries, Battenburg
and crocheted goods, sofa pillows, tea
cloths, collars and cuffs and Batten
burg patterns, baby caps, Afghans
and opera shawls, ladles' fine under
wear made to order and children's
clothing a speciality. Room 36, Bar
nett building, Albuquerque, N. M.
Fresh Meals and Sausages i
A Specially Fine Line
207 West Gold Aveune
both i hon mm
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CLARKVILLE PRODUCE GO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail.
HIDES, PELTS AND WOOL.
J. B. McMANUS, Manager.
602 South First Street Both Phone
A. C. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Bulldln aibocu
woa. uiiiw ai j. u. usidricje
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
quick a tff vic er,
21 MEALS $4.50
(Opposite The Alvarailo)
Can secure rooms by the Month,
Week or Nitrht.
107 SOUTH FIRST STREET
H PUCCETTI & L GIACOMELLI,
I arpp r?
MM D V
Mrt. Own Dlntdmlm, Rrop't. t
CAPITA. AND SURPLUS
WITH AMPLE MEAN!
AND UNSURPA88ED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE. W. M.
EX 1 ENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President;
W. S STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Caahlari
Wm. MelNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEORGE ARNOT
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON. TOPEKA aV SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors:
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS,... President
M. W. FLOURNOY,...VIce President
FRANK McKEE, Cashier
W. W. WOODS Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
We have had a very satisfactory
of our bank. If you are not one
an opportunity to Bhow you our
O. N. MAR RON, President.
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier.
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.Ct.
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
W Carries the Largest and Most Extensive Stock ot
g Staple Groceries In the Southwest.
g Farm and Freight Wagons
g RAILROAD AVENUE. 4LBUQUERQUE. N- .
We are now prepared to figure on cement walks. We use first
class material and employ competent workmen which Justi
fies ua In giving you a positive guarantee. Our price will
compare favorably with responsible competition.
LAUGIILIN HYDRAULIC STONE COMPANY
AUTOMATIC PHONE 711
SANTA FE, N. AT.
The Foty-Seventh Year
BEGINS SEPT. 4, 1905
BRO. BOTULPH, PRESIDENT
THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1905.
- Now Mexico
on Savings Deposits
Capital, Surplus and
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
BanU Te Railway
growth since the establishment
of our customers, we would like
D. A. McPHERSON, Vice Pres.
ROY MCDONALD, Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1878 .