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FOvVDEn Abioluiclr Pur g -stifled that the; are not harder. The t Ik h' n il' ontlmk for pra being (hv "hl" (K'tii'lw no mitt. Snrh a p ... Innntii.ii In pNrt nf Spain's Utle. -nrh itivfnon In typical of the 8panl-h rhirnpt'-r. No terms, no matter how f vniiil If, wuull I ern p;d at once by iln ll-r iiiHtirM'lx If id her to haggle. hufll and delay. Him In mt ttutioimlty averse to prompt and derlMva action. She , Iway ft..t putting off until tomorrow what should I ilon to iIhv. M- DAILY riilZEN t tl"KKI'tlil IYHI.WHIH T Mi' MSlMHT. K.liw.r and Pit? Rd Oil RKKLI. Mnrtat1 Prvw Aft-rnnon Telegram. Official Pspr nf HernallllnCon"ly. lArgwt City and County Circulation The Largeet New Meiteo Circulation ligm North Artsona Circulation ALBUQl'KRQt'K, AL'UCST , 1898 the Bpaim accepts condition. American paoe 8rilN Is land pour Slates earth hungry. aud the United ALL the New Meiloo soldiers will be home In time to vote. Now Ufa quit talking war and get right down to business. Thi l'nlted State will now enjoy an unexampled era of prosperity. Gun. Blanco will now begin to pack hit grip preparatory to getting out of Havana. The grave of the beroaa of the battU ot Santiago should be kpt green by a grateful country. KluuT murder ham own committed In thin county this year. Thla la a dark ataln on the fair name of the comuitiulty. In the German empire there are pub lished no fewer than 6,o33 periodical)), be ing one for every 1 2.WI2 of the population. NEWMEXICO NEWS santa rev innrri .t.h4l vkiilakci. Admiral Dewey evidently believe that terual vigilance in not only the prize nf ltlM-rty, but It In the price of safety for the vewel In Ms -qtiadron. From the time nf the deetroctlon of Monteju'a fleet In Manila harbor the ad nilrnl ha not relaxed hi vigilance, and the eame rigid dictpllne la maintained to day a If the nquadron were facing the idimI powerful enemy. Krery night a steam lauuch leave the flif-dilp and given the other Yel the countersign for the night; picket boat are put nut. the search light" are brought Into action, gnna are loaded and manned and a watch e-t aait would be In time of war Throughout the long, black torrid night the silent vigil I kept. 80 far the dexperatlnn of the Spaniard In the town haa nnt led them to attempt a torpedo attack. It may be that they reallae the futility nf such an attempt upon the hero of Manila, who la aa alert and method leal In holding an advantage aa he wae In gaining It. JOM I "AOIM" ir. We ehall have to give np what ha been called the "Imperialistic" po'ley. Senator Jonea I agalnat It Jone of Arkansa He believe, he say. In the principle em boiled In the Declaration of Independ ence, thai trie government mum da ny the roneent of the governed. Having that belief Implanted In hi brain or ia hi bodora wherever he conceal hi conviction Mr, Jonea roakra It aa plain a day that If he had been around when the Louisiana purchaee waa under eon alderatlon he wonld have been "agin" It a unalterably aa the Immigrant who In quired on his arrival here If there waa a government, aud when Informed that there wa. nnheeltatlngly declared be waa "agin" 'It. OR4 HHINU THI KAHTI1 Now that the question of the annexa tion ot new territory ha.t eome np It may be of Interest to note that In the past ecu tury Kngland haa, In round figure, an neied 7.0.oio aqnare miles. Russia aliout &,( O.OOO, and the United State alHiut 3,000,000. No other clvlliied conn try approaches the acquisition ot these three, who together now hold 23,000,000 aquare mite on the earth' urfce. TBI email pol peat la being gotten an der control In thla valley, and no fear re euterUlued of a further spread of the oontagion. It waa a colored corporal wbo ordered and led tbe charge on Baa Joan heights, lie deserve a piomotlon for doing the right thing at the right time. As the Spauteb coutlnoe to oome out of the Cuban buah by the thouaanda the mylery of their failure to lick the taiv log Insurgent grow greater and deuaer hourly. Thi uniform ot the United Bute army daring the civil war waa much the eame aa It le at preeeut. The enlisted men wore dark blue blouse, light blue trooser and overcoat. THE territorial democratic central com mittee will meet at Sauta Ke on August 13 for the purpose of determining the date aud place of holding a territorial conven'lon for the purpose ot n nil oat Ing a candidate for congressional dele gate. Iteming Is asking that the eon veatlon be held in that democratic stronghold. Nkw Mexico can forever point with pride to the heroic deed ot It volunteer Hough Klder. In aoug and legend and story their charge on Ban Juan height will live, aud a grateful people will honor the gallaut survivors. In the settlement with Bpaln the butcher, Weyler, should be turned over to the tender mercies ot the Cuban In surgenU. El'Bui'EAN nations continue to be amased at tbe wonderful military re sources ot the L'nlted States aud the sneering comments on our lack of a standing army are no longer beard. In Oklahoma the school lands are l(ased and the proceed apportioned to the school population. Kor tbe last six months the amount realiied from this source waa $'Jt!,2tiU OS, aud the amount distributed per capita was cents. TBI Headlight says that the second annual Dealing fair this year will be en larged la scope and will be as much as possible a oouuty affair, aud In tact tbey hope to have exhibits from all of the southwestern counties In tbe territory, Thbii building In New Vo.k within stone's throw of each other bold tisi,- 000,000 of gold coin aud bullion. These ar tbe sublreasury, the assay offlo aud the clearing bouse. The last holds the most, and It Is all gold colu, Il07,0o0,ooo, Thi cost of tbe war to the United State haa been much greater than tbe cost to Bpaln, because the activity hi been mostly on the side of this eouutry. Bpaiu haa really sent out only oue fleet and she has transported no armies sluce tits light ing began. Spain had possession ot 1'urto Kloo E40 years aud failed to make anything out ol ths Island more than a mere cualiug elation. Uncle Sam may be depended upon to make Porto Klco known to all men In a good deal less than bait the time mentioned. From Hie Nr Mexican. Charles Catron ha returned to Stanford university, going by way of Omaha to visit the exposition before entering 00 hi Htndie for the year. Charles t. Adelman, of Cerrillo, who came to Santa X on Monday to be treated for an Injured eye at the hospital, has had the eye removed and Is Improving rapidly. Mrs. J. f. Bowers, wife of a Denver physician, Is In the city visiting her rela tives, Mr. and Mr. T. J. Helm, and will remain for some week. Mrs. Bower is niece of Mr. and Mrs. Helm, and was brought tip In their family. .leut. Col. DeBosey C. Cabell, of the Second Arkansas Infantry, arrived In Santa Ke on Wednesday evening from Chlckamanga on leave nf absence. called here by the Illness nf his little tighter, who Is now Improving Col. Cabell belong to tbe Klghth Culled Stales cavalry, but for the present bas been - igned to duty wltb the Arkansas volun teer. He will remain In the city several weeks, unless sooner recalled for active service. From ths Optic. Kdward Henry left Wednesday after noon for Santa Ke, to assist In the ad justment of ths Schnman loss on boots aud shoes, which occurred atsmt three week ago Constable Ortit, of Laa Torres, brought In Juan Jose Martinet ot that place. charged with assault to kill on the person ot Joeefa Trujlllo. He wa lodged at the jail to await the action of the grand jury. K. M. Thomas, assistant superlutend- ant of ths railway mall service. Is here looklug after the new star routes and mail messenger service, being employed Wednesday measuring tbe distance from the depot to the Laa Vegas and Kast I-aa Vegas office. Two members of the Fourteenth United States Infantry left tbe train, for a lunch. at tire station here, the other day. The train pulled out, leaving them behind. They have since been In this city, await ing special transforation to continue their journey to Ban Francisco. CXRHILLOi. Krom tilt Re liter. Apples of fair quality are retailing ou the streets ot Cerrillo at three cents a ponud. George Kills and daughter, who live on a ranch in the Bandla mouutulns. were visitors In Cerrillo ou Wednesday. Mr. Kills say his potato crop this year will aggregate 80,000 to 35,000 pounds. The stockholders ot tbe Cerrillo Coal and Iron company held their annual ueetlng In Santa K on August 1. There were present K. J. Palen, C. M. Hlggln- son and R. 8. Twltchell. The old board ot directors waa re elected. The gasoline engine recently placed In operatlou at the Shoshone mine, near Do lores, haa proven a total failure. It runs all right for ten minutes 'to even one or two hours, and then stops of It own ac cord. This defect has not been overcome, aud tbe machine may be shipped back to the manufacturers at Kansas City. and a half later the eflVf t of the f .wen I elon of hi own gtm and ths weakness from the oa nf MikxI was iitn much for him nd he wa sent to ths rear A I passed Col. Roosevelt ths colonel took him by the hand and said "I am proud of you. my brave boy." He I now In lb military hospital, and exp-ct to J iin hi troop In a week or so. Lordtburg Liberal. Donahoe Hardware Co. COKNKR RAIl.KOAIi AVINUti AM) TMIHII STMrTT. THE GREAT MAJESTIC ST. lll'S Bai klrn's Arnlra ! The best salve In the world for Cuts, Braises, Sores, t r r, V.t Hhenni, Kever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chlllilalna, Corns, and all Hklu Krnptlnns, and posi tively cures I'lles, or no nay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Price 'i cent per hoi. Kor sals by J. II. O'Kellly ft Co., Drngglsts. Ftsa Sent to Whipple ttarrarkt. Major I) D. Mitchell, who acted a mus tering officer for the four New Mexico companies of the territorial regiment of volunteer Infantry, arrived at Whipple barracks nn Monday evening, and the next morning the command nf the post waa turned over to him by ths efflcer In charge. This afternoon the fUg pre sented to th New Mexico companies hy the ladles and cltltsn of the territory, which has been at Gov. Otero's nfllce for several days, Was sent to the innj r for presentation to the New Mexico com panies. New Mexican. SMITH PREMIER loll raaad la lh fhlllpplaa lilaads. On Mindanao, one ot the Philippine ialauda, gold la found In the river beds. but owing to the primitive conditions prevailing there It Is not Known no rich these deposit are. Wltb ths ad' vance of civilization this matter will be fully Investigated by shrewd prospectors. lireat discoveries may be made, but no discovery was ever greater than Hoe tetter's Stomach Bitters, which clvlllza- tlou long ago investigated aud fouud to Is) all that is claimed for It. In cases of loss of appetite, Indigestion, biliousness aud constipation it acta In a truly won derful manner. The bowels are made to act mildly, the desire for food Is In creased, sour stomachs ar sweetened. and a healthv color Is given to the race. A trial is recommended. frlaalpal Soykora. The new principal ot the Third ward school, after his election, returned home to south Omaha to visit his parents tor a few weeks. He will return In good time for the 0enlng of school early next mouth. Ths geutleiusn ceoies to the educational work In our schools well pre pared, according to the testimonial let ters that he bring. He bas had a high m-liool and university training, with e gl.t years' experience In the town and city school of the state of Iowa. He waa principal of the Iowa Cltv high school for three years, and, according to the then president of the school board, "bis work was eminently successful." Durlug his short Slav in our city ha was closely awoolaled with Superluteudeut Hlvkey, under whom be will serve, aud made a very favorable impression upon that geu tleiuan. He seems a youug mauot energy, scholarly ability and common sense, aud from all that Thk OnUN can learn the youug man will lie a welcome acqulsl- tiuu to the educational forces 01 toe oily BATON, Krom th Rang. Hon. John Morrow ha been quit 111 for several day. Walter Blunt and family moved to Trinidad thi week, he having been as signed a rnn on th other side ot tbe mountain. Miss. A. C. Rodrlgaet and Mis K. Ap person, teachers ot th Girls' Industrial school at Albuquerque, passed through Raton Wedueaday morning enroute east. Baton now has one ot the neatest, handsomest and most convenient post offices In the weet. The clllc moved In to It new quarters, a handsome room wltb new fixtures through' ut, Wednes day. The fixture and boxes were manu factured by the Indianapolis Lock com pany, and are the latest Improved pat tern. Th box are keyless and ar worked by au Indicator and combination that will become popular as soon as th patrons of th office thoroughly under- tbe worklugs. To tlauH Ins ajstaaa Kffectnally yet gently, when costive or bilious, to permanently overcome habit ual constipation, to awakeu the kidney aud liver to a healthy activity, without Irritating or weakening them, to dispel headaches, colds or fevers, us Syrup ot Klgs, made by the California Fig Byrup Co. A LOST CHILD FOUND. By t Hindoo Adept's Myrrna Powers Atti-r Eighteen Tcrj. They called tier "Jane, ehe ha I no other name. She hrvl been reared a waif by the c 111 nullity lu which she lived, hauug In" n found oue day at the ihsir of a poof family. Her clothes were rich, around her neck was a 'iuychaiu of gold with a little IiK'krt, lu which was a picture ot a beau tiful woman. "Jane" worshiped the picture. She had reached the age ot womauhood now and was employed as a servant In the family ot a rich nmu. One dy there came to the door of her mistress a circular which told of the wonderful powers of Prof. Hani ing, an occult from India. She would see this man. Would she ever know who she was? As she stood at Hie door ot this strange man's office her heart almost tailed her, hut at last she sat In the room of the seer, with his dreamy eyee looking Into the past. He said: "I find a uisgntuVeut home; a mother in anger takes her child from the amn of Its nurse, t'pou this uuise's face is a look of hatred ami revenge, Again It Is night. The cruel nure bend over tin) cradle of the sleeping child She lifts it lu her arms, and is gone. She take the child to a dlslaut city, leaves her oil ths doorstep of a poor man's boose. The child grows to womanhood, a waif and you are the child." No longer could "Jane" restrain ber self: "My pareuts where are they? Do they live? Oh, who are the) V "At Charleston. You are their ooly child, and they have lung mourned you as dead. Their uame Is Hichards; go to them at once. You have a locket aud you are tbe Image of your mother. They will know you. A few days later the following letter was received: "Phok. B. Hahiuno. 238 Fourth ave, N. Y. "Dear Sir: Ood be praised tor tbe powers you possess, and through them we are happy in the return of a long lost daughter. Hie Is with us aud will ever pray for Prof. Harding. Mm. M, J. RirHAHi4, "Charlestou. 8. C, TBI soil ot the Uawallau lslauds la ot a very rich volcanic nature and nearly all tbe plants aud tree of tbe tropical aud temperate toues may be grown upon It, but ouly a small portion of the land Is nuder cultivation. When Irrigation Is perfected there is scarcely a limit to the productive capabllitUs ot the Ialauda. rttiHK or Tula coimthv. The Euglisb people aud press recognise tbe possibilities before the American na tion to au extent that many of our own citlxena do not. Oue ot the recent ex preselous of eouQdeiice In the future greatuess ot America la giveu In tbe London Spectator. Discussing the Uulted Btates aud lis policy that paper said In reoeut Issue: The world's future greatly depends up on the political character of the Ameri cans. Wbeu. lu IU."o. they are i,uu), 000 they cau crush any people except the blavs. To til theiu for thai dsstiuy th Americans should have difficulties, de pendencies aud complicated relations witb the remainder ot mankind. At present everything Is too easy tor them. They live loo much to themselves. They must learn to govern aa well aa to be governed, aud must add to their splendid patriotism the Knglish gift ot cold and lofty tolerance. They must keep subor dinate governments aa free from corrup tion aa their supreme court. kf Aitr UKi.fi.easMitas. Bpaln must submit. There is nothing else left for ber to da She Is bemmed lu. Her case Is hopeless. She must accept ths term that are offered, aud should be For Impure Blood Th People Take Hood's Sar aparilla and are Cured ore en Face, Wrtat and Body Completely Healed. "I have been suffering with Impure blood tor thrae yaars. The Impurltla broke out on my wrist, and my laea waa full of red mark. I waa not rallsvsd by prescriptions and lost all hop of sure natU I took Hood's Saxsapartlla. Binos taking a few bottle of this anadlctn my face la all right and tb sores on my wrist and body ar healed." Auou- Tia Bala, Hlarkvllle, Colorado. I was taken with ecMina on my hands aad lest, whioh wsra very tiaitly swollen. 1 eoacluded to try Hood' Sarsaparilla aa4 after using three dottles 1 Ixtin to liBtmw. 1 Iiava taken m ailelgnt Dome of fiood'aHarsaparlllaand atn now entirely wall." Josaeu Cosru) w, C anon City, Col. A Narrow Ksvapa. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada K. Hart of (irotou.S. 0 : "naatakeu with a bad cold which settled ou my lungs i cough set lu and anally terminated lu consumption. Four doctors gave me up. saving 1 could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, 1 would meet my alxtent ones above. My husband was ail vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for t'onsump lion, Cough aud Colds. I gave it a trial, took III all eight Dottle. It baa cured me, and tliauk liod 1 am saved aud now a well and healthy woman." Trial bot tles free at J. H. O'Kielly & Co.' drug store. Hegular lxa We aud 1. Guaranteed or price refunded. aunrowl Huililliitf. Knglueer ilillard came In Monday evening from Amarillo. He reports the work ou the Amarillo end of the line as progressing lu a satisfactory manner. The grading work will be completed aeross the Pahlo )oro canon twelve miles this side of Amarillo, by tomorrow night, and then the work will move very rapidly. I he track laying will be up with the grading work at the same time, and all will bs pushed along together as soon as ths canon is crossed. At this end ot the line the grading outfits have completed about thirteen mil s of work, aud the engineer's ramp haa been moved out be yond the Pecos. Kverythlng considered, the work Is progressing aa well as the contractors expected. lioewell Register. Ttie Kcasoa Why I One reason for our success In business Is the fact that we close out, at the eud of each season, all gcssls pertaining to that tune ot the year regardlesa of for mer prices. That Is why we uever have any old slock. See our II 7B aud J75 shoes and our Hanan I I "ft shoes. They are all bargain. Simuu blcru, the Rail road avenue clothier. Thsy Wera at Santa r. Krorn th New Mrxlcao. Kdward Spltx, traveltug for Orunsteld Bros , of Albuquerque, Is In the city wltb samples, slopping at the Palace. K. V. Chavex, the well known attorney ot Albuquerque, Is a guest at the Palace. Ue cam up to attend to business In the supreme court. A. B. McMillan, the Albuquerque at torney. Is registered at the Palace hotel He Is In the city attending to rases In the supreme oourt. Attorney 8. B. (illlelt, who was until recently a member of the Albuquerque law firm ot Warren, Feigusson & (111 lett. but who Is now practicing law aloue, la In the city stopplug at the Palace. Rrtrcii. O parllla Is lha kest la faet Uis On Trut Blood rurltar, aooo Hood's i take no uhallliita. Hood' MrwrtH'a Oillu 0,,rB N"' ' IIOOu S t MIS take. eay to operate. I 9 ( .to f,i'd2 ' - - P-pny -nmmt e x ft tj s lira. Mi THE GREAT MAJESTIC We Carry the Largest Line of the Territory. Steel Ranges in I Kndorard ty THE BANKS, LEADING LAWYERS, and EUSINESS MEN. N. VV. ALGER. Agent lor New Mexico. Also Agent for the best BUI.WNU and LOAN AHSOCUTiON. "TIIIU IIVDUSTRIAL.. HTK K rilH SAI.F MONKY TO LOAM. THE EQUITABLE E SOCIETY LIFE ASSURftNC Of the United States. Outstanding Assurance December 31 Niw Assurance writ'fn in 1807 Proposals for Assurance Examined and Declined Income Assets, December it, 1897 Reserve on all existing Ili ie (4 per cent standard) and nil other liabilities Surplus, 4 per cent standard 1'aid Polit y Holder, in 1S97 1897. . .$ 03 1,1 05,837.00 lfl,JS5,:i.OO 24,11)1,973.00 4H.572.201l.fl3 230,870,308.01 180,333,133 20 50,543,171.81 21,100,311.11 jrjQJjJgrri t'Mowt IiiMiiraiice in Force. STRONGEST iSTLarj-ent HnrpluH. "DTTflT Pay Druth Claim Prompter. AMJW Pay Larger Dividends ($1,000,000 moro during IiiHt 11 vo yarH.) Ihhiu'h Hotter I'ollcieg. WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager, NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA DEPARTMENT, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 0 0 : , jjn pi 0t 0m, 0 i A '.It ? I y,t yt ; 'it ii 'At . Notice to Sick People. For the NEXT 30 DAYS everybody who caret to wrl'e of regarding; their Diseases or afflictions will be treated TILL CURED FREE OF CHARGE. , ... Ine an Chronu ''t This offer is nude In order to f In trod u our new method ol trcat- and cutio both Acute and tie dueuri, alto all private diiordert. If you are tick wrl e ut at once. YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE OR RISK. Letters ttrktly confidVntuL v, .!'. y,t af 'At 'It ''it ft: ili ili yt 1 .:. ''it ; 'it 'it Addre-, DOCTOR KLI I II, ;j Kuiu City, no. ''it Put oiiic ito So. jus- ;J July aid, T " 11 ' in .;'. t . ....,..........-...' . . , . , , , WKTtD, VOKSALB.KKNT AMD LOST for lata. Native wine. Dure aad healthful, at only bo oenta a galloD at C. A. Oraude's sud north Broadway. A tine aHsortioent ot new furniture oulr, at 216 south first street, cheap for cauli or installment, w. v. Fuireue. Kor sale Bollt-r and engine, 4-horae nnwer. ami 4-horse power sear, with othr machinery, at a bargain. Address John Mrwlauder, No. 401 south Klrst street. For maat. To Kent 4-room house and alfalfa. W V. Kutrelle. To Kent furniture aud household gtmU. W. V. Kutrelle. Kor Keut-KnrnlHhed rooms, with or without board. No. 41D west Lead ave. Kor Ktnt Hooms furnished and un fiirnlHhrxl. also lluht bouse keening. W V. Kutrelle. Kor Kent New three-room cottage on North Fifth strett. Apply 6oU North fifth street Kor Kent House ot tour rooms, fur nlHhed, lor I'ght housekeeping. Apply to h. L. aledler, Cromwell blovk. Lott. L-x-t-A fountain pen. Kinder will p'.eaaa leave at thla office. Lost A black silk umbrella. Leave It at this office and receive reward. O. W. Alexander ancrlbee the eiploslon by which he was crippled at Bland last werk to carelroauesa ou the part ot a new BHslstant, says tbe Cerritloa ktgUter. Mr Alexauder bad drilled and loaded a bat tery ot fourteen machine holes, five of which were to be "spitted" by oue man aud nlue by himselt aud assistant. He gave expllolt directions to his aaslHtaut to "spit" tbe long fuses first, but the fel low reversed the process by "splttlug" the slairt fuses first aud tbe loug oues last. The result was a premature eiploslon. Mr. Alexauder says that his left ankle was crushed to a pulp and a considerable quantity ot Albemarle ore was injected Into his body. Dr. Grace tor several days thereafter employed hia time proepectiug for ore on Mr, Alexander's person and got pay rock every time be dug a pros pect hole. Oua of tba atuagli Hldara. A letUr from Corporal George L. Bug. bee tells about bis brother Kred, of the Hough Klders being wounded. It was in tbe fight July 1 that Kred. got shot In tbe bead. Ths wound was treated with oue ot the emergency bandages aud Kred kept right on fighting. About an hour MM Vakrllahl Ui l.onuliura. The Ijird burg school board hat en gaired ii tut Calidace J! utile Wakefield, of Albuquerque and lllss Ida Calil to tak charge ot the IxrdHburg hcIi ols for the euHiilng year. Miiu Vt akellelil brings a iiKwt flattering set of teetliuonlals re garding her ability as a teacher, aud Miss ain, who taught here laet year la so well known, and gave such satisfac tion as a teacher Unit she needed no testimonials. The bnard expects to have to build au addition to the school house to make room fur all the children--Liberal. National Mmi, t.ua ' Amarlraa WliMliiiru. Kor this ocraelou tickets will lie sold on Auguet 6 and 7. to Imllanap ills and return, with final limit of Auguxt 15, tor il. 1 5. Ticket will be for continuous pawotge in each direction. n. n. 1 Ki l l, Agent. AwartJed Highest Honors World's Fair, Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair. LeeWihg Bros. Chinese Physicians. For narly twslv yf Dr. Lm Wing Uum bren an In iinrnl rfwidciit i t lf nvcr anil haa bfen p'iiutied by the nkilHul nic ol tlitrwurhl rertnwntvl CHINESE VE(iETABLE JiEMEDIES To bring hcWh and happuiet to I lie thuua and ol Ui iHn'U'U who had aim out givu up b pr ot ever being cured. Ilia grateful pa I lent, are found Ml nearly every atale In the I nion. in ineiiciiiea tn-ing acnl everywlie hy matl or eipreaa. There i .caicely a known diaea e which thre murveloui remedira wilt not cine, but they are eiiri tally valuable rhrnulc 4itaea of all kinda, female corn- (Uinta, urrvima debility, heart 1 !, nin li h trouble, tape wttrin, rlieuinatiain, blood poiaou, aetntiiul wealtueMi, nyplnlii and all exual and prvate diNeaae. These fmiiiiut ntedit ineii can be had from the only American agetu, LEE WING BROS. The rriumned Chluear miri iilista, l!i:iu l.irl mer ttct-t, lenv. l omultaiuiu Irre. It you cannot cull, antr, inclosing vtinp for cliculur, and juration blank. A cuie guaiinlrrj or moury refundrd- tUaaona Why ChaiubcrlBln'aColle.ChoUra aud Ularrhiua Heiuadjr la the Haat. 1. Because It affords almost Instant re lief in case of pain In the stomach, oolio ami cholera morbus. 1. Because it is the only remedy that never fails in the uioet severe oases of ilvaenterv and diarrhuta. H. Hecause it Is tne only remeay inai will cure chronic dlarrbosa. 4. hecause It la the only remedy that will nreveut bilious nolle. f. Ilecauee It is the only remedy that will cure euldemloal dysentery. H. Because It is the only remedy that cau always be depended upon in eases of cholera Infantum. 7. hecauee it is the most prompt and most reliable medicine lu use for bowel complaints. H. h.H'aiiMa It produce no Dan results, ti. Becauee it is pleaiiaut aud safe to take. 10. Because It bas saved the lives of more people than auy other medicine in the world. The lid and MVcent sizes for sale by all Iruggtxis. CREAM BAKING A Pars Orape Creia ol Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD ONE FOR A DOSC. 11 in pla. PfWJUt nivaw, l uriiji triw Dluuj. -la.-h klll ltLMLril 1 UuuantM A aiuiu fur kiiu sW PILLS nail liu ariiM nn. ah halt. '1'., u.,u. ! fun, W will tut hoiiiI, tr, ot full loft fut atkaininuut. na. aoaAsaO CO. Paaa. fa. Hauta Ks routadtulng cars are equipped Willi electric talis. CPU IbUJj Uil Santa Fc, Now Mexico. YALh TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 1. For r?tticulars Apply to BROTHER BOTULPH. Ho I for Jemez Hot.... Springs. JOHNSTON & MOOKE'S Famous Stages Leave EVERY TUESDAY MORNING J"For the Resort. I.lverv Ked ail Sales Stables. IIV'tfH to anr prt of fiecity for nnlf tn. Old Telephone No tt. New Telephone No. 114 COPPER AYEIUB, But. SccodI and Tblrd Sts tCHTADLIPIIKD inr,a. CIIABTKRKD IS74 Academy of Our Lady of Light HOAKMM) AND DAY SCHOOL FOR SANTA t'E, (JIKI.S ANU YOUNO LAUIKS NEWMEXICO. C'llMIX'CTRD BY TNS SISTERS OIP LORETTO. Th iOtb Academic IVrm Will Open Monday, pt Btli, 189B. Thla Arnlrmv i ttuatcl tn mwt lr-iriil)lp IrM-ation In th rttv no fdmoiM fir Itn hralthful and Htirrt'dtilt rltmnt I hf hiiiMing m furnnhftl tttnUKliuiit with iiUMlrrn timvtMiiem et, In t' I ul i iik Mratn lifrit, Ixtt and i11 w;itir, t:ithi, Ac. Thf fiutMit irntrm on. cMtninf- vtrv lranrh Cnntrihtititiai to a thorough and rr fined etliu iimn, Mutiit mid An n-t five iiei tl Hitrntum. tin 1'Moapkt.rrH. addtt-M. SISTER SUPERIOR. Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open All the Yea.1. Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The following is the analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort: bodium chloride, grains per gallon 1937 Calcium sulphate, grains per g illon L4360 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1806 Magaesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188 Total "-337I Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque foi the S)ii'iH'i every Wednesday and Saturday morning. Order slatf at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. G. WHITCOMB, Proprietor. ESTABLISHED 1878 L. B. PUTNEY, --Old Reliable" Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & PROVISIONS. Cat Lata a Spvolaltv. Oarrlaa lha Larantat aaS Stoat luulfillmk ol -:staple : groceries:- Ta k lanaS Baathwaat. Farm and Freight Wagons I RAILROAD AVENUE. 1 1 : ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. CI. XlAXaOFlXOGrE. N'It aa4 r.. 1 w. 1 Baiidlof Papw 1 1 ways In Stuck First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque hik, Deert, lllidi, Plutir, llBI, ClllBt IIUI falDtt. Itf W M . CHAPLIN, mmm jmplete Stock of the Douglas Shoes and Slippers. ies Rutton and Lace Shoes of All Descriptions. Good Goods at Low Prioos. 113 Railroad Avenue, Albuqueraue, N. M. 1 in 11 i'uuw 1 1 11 1 iin mi 1 am Uaruiaa aut SpaaUh, Kor IsHsons In tlirwe lauguagea at HUH south Third street. apply IMui iiu imr lluwvi. Vtiili Cw.rarata. rn'Hly Cnt'iurllr, cur voriRtlpation l.trrr Ilk:, -V I r CJ O. C full. drUKKiktli r(uu4 oiuo,r Muap Shut Wllh a Urahubaaa, The Oraphophoue is to the aar what the photiigraiihle camera Is to ths eye, and more, (or the Graphophona catches iiiHtaulljr and preserves every tint and shaile ot sound. A most Interesting use ot a 0 radiophone Is to ruaks reoontsot your frlKUils voices to ds preserveii lor future use. You can catch the story of your lolly friend just a he told It, or the favorite song of some loved oue just as Hhe sail It, and have it reproduoed per fectly at any time and aa often aa yon please. Besides the (iraphophone affords wondKrfiil entertainment lu the way of reproduclug ths uiuale of bands, orches tras, or vocal or instrumental aulolsta. No Investment will return so much Id pleasure as ths purchase of a Drapho plume, it Is the perfect talking ma chine. Write for Catalogue No. 30, to the t'olumliia Phonograph Company, No. HihTTi Olive street, ht. Louis, 11 o. Head every line of the new advertise ment on the fourth page, of the Golden Kule try Uoods company. It will Inter est you. Crockery aud glassware. Whitney Co. CANDY CATHARTIC . CURE CONSTIPATION NtffifoTTr. ism mi Mill T" I0e MaiL'J. al i fc 25c 50c gi"U3i ALL DRUGGISTS Call at Headquarters for Leather, Harness, Saddles, Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware, Cut Soles, Shoe Nails, Haniea. Chains, Vt hips. Collars, Sweat fails. Castor Oil, Axle Grease. Hoslou Coach Oil, I'uto Negro, Kuddv liarveeter Oil.NeatefootDil, Lard Oil, Harness Oil, Lluaeed Oll.Caetile Soap, Haruees Soup, Carriage Sponge Chamois Skin, Horse Medicines. Irlo tbe Ijowaait. Highest Market Prices Paid for Hides and Skins. WOOL COMMISSION. Thos. F. Kelohor, 40 Railroad Kt, AJbuqucrqua. PIONEER BAKERY! riaiT stssbt, BALLINQ bROB., Paorsirroai. Weddin? Cakes aSpMialtj I We Desire Patronage, and w Guarantee Pti-at-Claea Baking. Talasrapbordan solicited and Promptly Killed JACOB KORBER & CO Mtnoractoref ol and Dealat Wagons, Carriages, Buckboards! The Beat Zastara-tUde V.blolae. Pine Bone-Shoelnx a Specialty. 8atlifatloa Ooaranteat) la All Work Repairing, Painting and Trimming Done on Hhort Nutioe. 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 Shop, Coroar Coppar If, ui Flrti SL, Auesiaaea. If . U Can'tBeBeat Hoocst Good at Honest Pricaa. Set Me Before You Buy or ScU. The Fayoiiie. boo ooijD jk-xmt. Have you seen the new military bultoo belt at uie Koouomlat?