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MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
SHE FIGURES IN COTTON
known as the
D. C, Aus. 14. Mrs.
who la routing to be
"woman In the case,"
statistic scandal, will
of the cotton
be one of the most important witness
es before the grand jury now Investi
gating flint matter. She artod as con
fidential secretary to John Hyde, head
of the bureau, and the position paid
so well that she acquired a house in
Tacotna Park, and was able to travel
and live in great comfort.
The law p.ovides no such position
as private secretary to the chief stat
istician, but Mrs. Hurch was carried
In the official register as a "com-
piler." The investigations made by '
secret service anents developed the
fact that Mrs. P.urch was a !xrrower
of considerable sums, on her note, ,
from Mr. Hyde, and that Mr. Holmes,
the disgraced assistant statistician,
indorsed the notes. Mrs. Burch was
London, Aug. H. Miss Clauden
I... . V
car, is the first woman tQ adopt automobile racing as a profession. She
has just begun her career on a new tr ack at Brighton, built by the municipality.
AGAINST WESTERN COUNTIES
The Territorial Cattle Sanitary
board, at its recent meeting at Las
Vegas, decided, after very careful ex
amination of reports, upon the parts
of the territory that will be placed un
der a strict quarantine until scab is
entirely obliterated from the herds.
The course of the board was made
necessary by notification from the
United States authorities that, unless
the local board acted at once, the gov
Following is the quarantined dis
trict: All of Eddy and Chaves coun
ties, east of the Pecos river; a:i of
Roosevelt county; all of Quay county
south and east of the Rock Island;
Guadalupe county south of the Rock
Island and east of the Pecos; all of
Union county; that part of Colfax
county lying east of the boundary
of the Maxwell grant and south of
VnerL.tnil mountain the herd of
Frank Manzanares in San
.,.., ,hora will bo sold at
...mi . ca Vo mllwav
L' " hu e tv the
In CD Hi ware nOUSe. CUU-
signed to J. B. Welsh, viz.: One case
of wine. 1 case of whiskey, 1 case of
sundries, 1 phonograph.
H. S. LUTZ, Agent
ANON IN'CNT I
..'. r ALT
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permitted to resign when the explos
Mrs. liurch Is a living illustration
of how the civil service merit rules
may be evaded. She herself entered
the government employ by the "back
door" route, ts it lias been called,
namely, the laborer's roll. She was
hired first, as a "charwoman" at $480
a year. But she did not wield a mop.
She did clerical work In the publica
tion division of the Department of
Agriculture. Then Bhe took a simple
examination In the duties which she
had already acquired, and In addition
to getting in the classified service
got her salary raised to $9t0 a year,
This was August 21, 1900. From that
time her rise was rapid. In October
she was raised to $11 M) ; In May, 1901,
to $13il(); in July, 1902, to $1400; in
January, 1903. to $160n, and in July,
Ht"4, to $1800.
Laeell, who drives a 90 h. p. Mercedes
IN NATIONAL GUARD
Adjutant General A. P. Tarkington
has announced the following promo
tion and appointments in the New
Mexico National Guard:
Territory of New Mexico, Office of
the Adjutant General, Santa Fe, N
M., August 10, 1905.
General Orders No. 12.
The boards of officers appointed to
examine candidates for promotion
and appointment, having reported fav
orably, the following promotions and
appointments are announced:
Sergeant Herbert W. Clark, troop
A, First Squadron of Cavalry, is pro
moted to second lieutenant, First
Squadron of Cavalry, to date July 25,
1905, and will report to the command
ing officer, First Squadron of Cavalry
for assignment to a troop.
Sergeant Aubrey V. Smith, Com
pany B, First Regiment of Infantry,
is promoted to second lieutenant.
first Regiment of Infantry, to date
July 31, 1905, and will report by letter
to the cninianding rrst Regiment or
Infantry for assignment to a company,
R. J. Blanche, of Las egas, N. M.,
is appointed veterinary surgeon. First
Snuadron of Cavalry, with rank of
111.11 uruirunui, iu unit .....- ., ,
anil will report in m-rsun io mo uum
niandlng officer First Squadron of
Cavalry for assignment to duty.
Captain Edgar Calfee, First Regl-
J-.-Z & , ' .HUM" .'.
A sure, rapid Recover)' from disease increased
Strength and healthy Appetite result from
the use of
This Perfect tonic builds Flesh and makes Rich
Red Blood It is a Predigested food acceptable
to the weakest stomach.
At all druggists and grocers.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
SI. Louis. U. S. At
ment of Infantry, Is relieved from
duty with Company B, First Regiment
of Infantry, August 12, 1905.
First Lieutenant Oliver C. Nelson,
First Regiment of Infantry, will as
sume command of Company B, First
Regiment of Infantry, August 12, 1905.
The resignation of Second Lieuten
ant C. !,eland. First Regiment of In
fantry Is accepted to date August 12,
By command of the governor.
A. P. TARKINQTON,
Nothing on the Market Equal to
Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
This fact la well known to dniRglsts
everywhere, and nine out of ten will
Hive their customers this preparation
when the best Is ssked for. Mr. Che
Wltmer, a prominent druggist of Joplln
Mo., In A circular to his customers, says:
"There Is nothing on the market In thr
wny of patent medicine which equals
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Dlar
rhoe Remedy for bowel complaints. w i
sell and recommend this preparation."
For sale by ail dealers.
Public Fund Received.
The following public funds have
been received by Territorial Treasur
er J. H. Vaughn:
H. O. Bursum, superintendent of
the penitentiary, convicts' earnings,
Daniel Cassldy, treasurer and col
lector of Mora county, taxes 1902,
$9.53: taxes 1903, $176.22; taxes 1904,
Venceslao Jaramlllo, treasurer and
collector of Rio Arriba county, taxes
19U3, $43.02: taxes 1904, $238.93.
Jose M. Medina, treasurer and col
lector of Taos county, taxes 1903,
$14.76; etxes 1904, $510.53.
George H. Pace, treasurer and col
lector of Colfax county, taxes 1903,
$95.38; taxes, 1904, $661.18.
John D. Walker, treasurer and col
lector of Eddy county, taxes 1903,
631.11; taxes 1904, $963.80.
A. A. Keen, commissioner of public
lands, $3,443.18, for credit to the fol
lowing funds: Common school, income
$632.85; Agricultural College, perma
nent, $480; Normal School (Silver
City) income, $150; Normal School
(I-as Vegas) income. $150; School of
Mines, income, $142.80; Military Insti
tute, income, $150; Palace Income,
52; Reform School income, $150.03;
Blind Asylul, Income, $150.06; Deaf
nnd Dumb Asylum, Income, $150;
water reservoir for irrigation pur
poses, income, $793; Miners' Hospital,
Income, $lu5.3: Insane Asylum, In
come. $142.14; penitentiary Income
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one for four weeks, when
I was k!-k n'ln typhoid fever and kid
ney trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter,
of Pittsburg, Pa., "and when I got bet
ter, althouKh I bad one of the beat doc
tors 1 could get, 1 was bent double, and
had to rest my hands on my knees
when I walked. From this terrible af
Miction I was rescued by Electrto bit
ters, which restored my health and
strength, and now I can walk as
straight as ever. They are simply won-
aenui. uunranteea to cure stomacn,
liver and kidney disorders; at all drug
gists. Price 50c
CATTLE IN GOOD SHAPE
IN GRANT COUNTY
Stockmen in Grant county do not
feel inclined to dispose of any grades
of cattle at this time. The range' Is
good and cattle are gaining in weight
every uay, no one ieeis inclined to
sacrifice, feeling that the market
price will be no lower and chances of
being better in the fall when the stock
will he fatter and better giaded. Con-
ditions were never better for cattle
men and they propose to reap the op
portunity of fat, heavy stock this com
J. D. Runyan, of Butlervtlle, Ohio, lnld
the peculiar disappearance of his pain
ful symptoms of Indigestion and mlllous.
ness, to Dr. King's New Life Pills, lie
says: "They are a perfect remedy for
dizziness, sour stomacn. headache, eon
stlpation, etc". Guaranteed; at all drug
gists. Price, 25a
SOCORRO SCHOOL FUNDS
IN GOOD CONDITION
Superintendent Jose Antonio Torres
annual reimrt to the superintendent
of public instruction shows that on
the first of August Socorro county
had on hand seven thousand and elgh
ty-four dollars and seventy-four cents
in its school fund, and that the city of
Socorro's school fund on the same
date amounted to one thousand, sev
en hundred and nine dollars and sev
enty-eeven cents. Mr. Torres' report
Is very elaborate, very accurate and
very neatly done.
Soothing and Cooling.
The salve that heals without a scar
Is De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. No
remedy effects such speedy relief. It
draws out Inflammation, soothes
cools and heals all cuts, burns and
bruises. A sure cure for piles and
skin, diseases. DeWitt's is the only
genuine Witch Hazel Salve. Beware
of counterfeits, they are dangerous
Sold by all druggists.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
I have opened a general repair s'nop
on South Third street, bark or wai
ton's drug store, and solicit the trade
of the city. L. II. SHOEMAKER-
MEET KNIGHT'S MIDNIGHT SUN
Washington-Cleveland game post
poned on account of rain.
Boston-Chicago game postponed on
account of wet grounds.
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
St. Louis 4 9 2
Philadelphia 6 14 1
At New York R. H. K.
New York 2 6 2
Detroit 14 3
Second Game R. H. E.
New York 1 7 0
Detroit 2 7 0
At Cincinnati R. H. E.
Cincinnati 2 6 2
Boston 0 5 3
At Pittsburg R. H.E.
Pittsburg 8 10 2
Philadelphia 3 9 3
At Chicago R. H.E.
Chicago ...2 6 3
Brooklyn ...In 17 1
At St. Ixnils R. H. E.
St. Louis 0 9 1
New York 2 10 0
At Omaha R. H.E.
Omaha 5 9 6
Sioux City 7 10 1
Second Game R. H.E.
Omaha 6 11 0
Sioux City 2 5 3
At Des Slolncs R. H.E.
Des Moines 3 9 1
St. Joseph 0 6 1
Second Game R. H.
Des Moines 5 11
St. Joseph 3 3
St. Paul 7
At Indianapolis First Game;
At Toledo First Game
Kansas City 6
Kansas Citv 4
At Des Moines
Des Moines 1
St. Joseph 0
At Sioux City
At P,olllTulua , ...
At Toledo First Gam(j
At Louisville First Game
St. Paul 6
St. Paul 1
THE BROWNS TAKE
TWO MORE AT CLIFTON
Browns 8, Clifton 3.
Browns 1, Morenci 0.
Clifton 8, Browns 3.
It is now quite probable that the
Browns have been climated down In
Arizona. They have fully recovered
from the heat. Saturday, Uallegos
held Clifton down to three runs, and
In the meantime the Browns piled up
eight, many of them earned, being the
result of heavy hitting.
Yesterday the score was .the same,
but vice versa, Clifton putting eight
men over the oyster, while the
Browns scored only three. Widman
was knocked out of the box in the
third Inning, and Gallegos saved the
home team from a terrible slaughter
by allowing but two hits and one mn
in the remaining six innings. The
Browns played gilt-edged ball, both In
the in and out-ilelds.
n the second of the double headers
;' M on Sunday, thj Browns scored
a great victory ueiemnjK Aiurrni iu
a very pntty exhibition, by a score
of 1 to (i. Starr was on the rubber
in tiiis battle and was entirely invinc
ible, striking out liiteen of the nilu
The Browns broke even In their
series with Clilton and Morenci on
I'm- Clifton grounds, takina two from
Moivnci and one from Clifton. They
Journey to El l'a.-o today and will
cross bats with the Biowns of that
place tomorrow, Wednesday and
Thursday, and on Friday they will
tackle the Koit Bliss aggregation.
They will return to Albuquerque Sat
urday niornng and get a day's rest be
fore going on llie lig excursion to
Sitn'a I'e on Sunday, when they will
go up against the hanta re central;
team I he first team of t'ne ancient'
Concessions and privileges on fair
grounds and on the streets !n the city
of Albuquerque, during the twenty
tilth territorial fair, to be held at Al
buquerque, N. M., September 18, ID,
2i.i, 1, Ti, and 23, l'JuS:
Peanuts and popcoru, bar, spar J.w-
elry, novelties, score cards and pro
grams, candy, soft driuka, cushions,
sandwiches and lunches, canes, novel
ties, merry-go-round, Lumt leather
goods, rane rack, whip rack, button
emblems, shooting gallery, doll rack,
pool soling, knife lack, sovenlr
Ladges, 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 tsev desire. Address, 13. K. B.
Sellers, Secretary, Albuquerque, N
Is oftfn causid by S'irfs, ulct-rs snd cn.
e ra Hint eat away ynur skin. Win. He
el. II, of l'lat Hoik. Mich., says: ,-l have
iinii Huckl.-n s Arnka Sulvs for Ulrrrs,
B iiva and Cancers. Jt Is the brut heal
liiK dr,Hnln 1 ver found." Soothes
and heals cut. Lurns and scaMu;
at all druBBiMs; guaranteed.
Note. All classified advertisement
or rather "liners" one cent a word
for each Insertion. Minimum charge
for any classified advertisements, 15
cent per Issue. In order to Insurs
proper classification all "liners"
should be left at this office not laller .
than 12 o'clock noon. j
. TECHNICAL POSITIONS OPEN
t" neH at one competent Arrhitertt, Che mlf,
Tiriiiirhnmen, Superintf mlent. Civil, l.lctriailt Me
chanical. Marine and Minini Knfineer to fill position
Pyin ftrco-ftnooa year. Also manv fcxeciitlve, Cler
ical and Salesman position and soon opportunities for
men hai-inr mnn to invMt with their aerviree. Over
Write ns to
vers relv on ua for all their hia-h ffraHa
hi in is rltiee. Ilirh vrkde esxluaivelv.
Hav and atate position desired.
HAPOOODS (lno., Brain Brokers
VI 7 Chenrical Building, bt. Louis
WANTED Three painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson. I
WANTED Work, out by the day, or
will take work home, by an expert
d;essmaker; chargea reasonable.
Call at COS South Arno. Bell 'phone
vv i cij A gin ior general nuusa-1
work. 315 Smith Third street. i
WANTED Gentlemen'! second-hand
clothing. No. 61S South First street,
south of vUduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room, bath, electric light. No In
valids. fi24 South Third street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room.
215 North Walter street.
FOR RENT Large, airy rooms, for
housekeeping, corner of Sixth street
and Railroad avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 west Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooma
in city, single or ensulte, with table
board. 713 West Copper. I
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
cottage flats, one with piano. Ap
ply 624 John street, east end of via
duct. Mrs. E. K. Noiris.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping. Apply at Gold Avenue ho-,
FOR SALE Saddle pony, 311 North
First street. i
FOR SALE Two snaps In real estate. !
Ixit 3. In Block 28, of mining's ,
Highland addition. $400.00. Ixits 7,
8 and 9. corner of Hill street and
Copper avenue, Brownwell & Latl's ,
addition. This is one of the finest
building Bites In that part of the
city, and If sold qulpk can bo had
for $800.00. M. P. STAMM.
LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN A
strawberry roan mare, white face,
four white feet, mane clipped short,
long tall. Return to J. M. McQuade,
234 North Walter street, and re
MALE HELP WANTED.
Learn telegraphy and railroad aol
counting; $50 to $100 a month salary
assured our graduates under bond.
our eix scnoois the largest in Amer
ica and endorsed by all railroads.
Write for catalogue. Morse School of
Telegraphy, Cincinnati, Ohio; Buffalo,
N. Y.; Atlanta, Oa.; La Crosse, Wis.;
Texarkana, Texas, and San Francisco,
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 are still doing business at the
same number. We want your busl
ness and guarantee to give satlsfac
tion. Give us a trial.
WE WANT AT ONCE
Two waiters, 2 good cooks, 1 second
cook, 3 girls for housework, 1 cham
bermaid, 2 men to take charge of
houses, 1 man to wash wagons;
teamsters, logmen, swampers, labor
hip to Call-
-railroad work ship east
The Southwestern Employment
Phons 195 Red Upstairs.
110 South Second street.
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
Money to Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wairons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as .'io.ihi. lyoans aie quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re-
l t - n.i. wn t
IliaiU 111 jyur JIunBrBajuu. wui taivi
aro reasonalile. Call and see us be -
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAM CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Rldg.
Sir, West Railroad Ave.
Aus'isf. 31 "York Statn Folk" or
September 8 The Iinino Dicckman
Stptenil.er 18 to 23 Twenty-fifth
Sepieirilier f School hepins, the
clay ufter Labor day.
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Ky! 'lUtii i -h Km i for ui.l.-tlurnl
Mi :.jf Iilul4i)tl di- liarL'.h.liJUHiin.tli..il
(iurai.i.- J Vl ir nt tlit.im or u! 'iuiiuii
not to tricture. .,f m tj c u u K Invliil'i litiM.
MtMSSCMM'CiUCi. . nt . i i....,m.u.
. cixiiiHNiri a KuU i,r ii-uul-uu.
or -riii i. p!uin rH.pfr
I'V i' rnnl tf"pilM, for
1 1 if. . r -j- I. .tti- si $: 75.
( ift-i-l tr aut "U tutjutMits
N3 CURE the LUNGS
FOR I 0UCP
50c & JI. 00
f ree Trial.
I bursal una Uuut.iBt Cur far t.11
XHIiOAT and LUNG TKOUB
j I iii. or yiOUBI BACK.
'Scenic Line of the Wotld"
Shortest and quickest lln from
Santa F to Denver, Pueblo and Colo
rado Springe, and all Colorado points.
Connection at Denver and Pueblo with
all llnea east and west. Tlmo ao quick
and ratea as low ao by other llnea.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DINING
CARS, TOURIST CARS, CHAIR
On all through trains. No tiresome
delaya at any station.
For Illustrated advertising matter
or Information, address or apply to
S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A., Denver, :Coio.
A S. BARNEY, T. P. A., Santa Fe, New, Mex.
EL PASO and
TO LOUISVILLE, Ky., DENVER, COLORADO
SPRINGS AND PUEBLO, Colo., CHICAGO ST.
LOUIS. MEMPHIS, KANSAS CITY, AND 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
DORRADAILE & CO.,
GROSS KELLY & GO.
WOOL, HIDE AND PELT DEALERS
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
A PRO POSITOR!
Your land, worth 2 an acre, is, by
the use of one of our irrigation plants,
made worth $1"0 per acre. Write us
for catalogue No. 9, ot "Irrigation and
Pumping Machinery." and tell about
your requirements. We can help you.
The liendrie & Bolthoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
1621-1639 Seventeenth Street, DENVER, COLORADO
Rio Grande Lumber Co.
General Building Supplies
Both Phones. A. H. HEYN, Mgr. 3J and Marquette
For further Informalion call or address pjg anj
Y. R. STILES, G. P, A., E. P. SOUTHWESTERN
& S. System, El Paso, Tex SYSTEM
About the House.
117 COLD AVENUE.