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o .;spc, ten5 POVDEn Absolutely Pur rilK DAILY CITIZEN Hlit'lK ,V M IlK'Htl T. PrnLIHHIHfl TrlOa). tiUMHIM V T. IscChkiwHT. Rrw. Mar Kdltt nil City IM rtlHLINHKK lAII. Atl1 WKllf, Associated Press Afternoon Telegrams. Ollloial Paper of Bernalillo County. largest City and County nrcnlation The l,arrt Nw Mexlno Clrcnlstlnn Largest North Artaona Circulation ALBrQl'KKQt'K. At'UUST . 1WJ astiet, Salinas fl Cosmo, AncA Caho ji ,- i .M s.ns. hosrevsr, of th prevalent strong winds, especially at tti months cf rivers whs', bar have been format hy the surf anchorage I not safe. Thus, on Mis north coast, from Jun to Beptemtier, there In It no harbor protected from th east and northeast wlud except that of San Juan, wher th high point Off npled by tli town anil It defense ar Inter posed between a and port. AOl IKAI.IMV POSltlOH. Assuming that Aguinaldo Is, after all, acting In good faith, hi position la not hard to account for. He explain It to Connl iifnrl Wlldman In term which inii-i win fr Iniu a m-a-nrslils am nut i f it nipt I'V "I "7 "hiil'l ni'rii eip.iilil l.i tmlilii mjr p i icy, present ami future, ami llglil my ir ner m tereeta." lie says, when America will not be fr.uk with me? Tell me thin: Am I fighting fur annexation, protection or In- pemlence. The Interest of my people are a sacred to me an tna iuteresi 01 your people to yon." rite lueurgeut chief, If he hai any Idea that the I'uited Slates meaiifi,in the flual nalysts, to reetor tlie Philippines to Spain, la quite right In a determination not to help us get control of them Buch aid would be unpatriotic and against the beet Intereeta of the Philippine people. It would appear that he ifi not unwilling to take annexation If he ran be mite of It, hence the need. If annexation U to lie the policy, of publicly dellulng It noon At any rate Aguinaldo should be given to understand that the I'uited Slates will never consent to the restoration of Span ieh rule. That much. If nothing more. la certainly due him. Puhto Kico and Hawaii add about 1.' 0011.1X10 to the population of the United State. Tri official eetlmateof the wheat yield of Kanaaa for 1818 U over 140,000.000 bushels. TBI product!' n of gold for 1819 la eetl mated at 1275,0(10,000. That for 18U7 wa l24n.ooo.ooo. Tbb war with Spain m over, an! It la time that the political partis held their territorial convention. TBI Territorial Kalr will be held In September, and every effort will be made to make It a complete euccena. Bt'iiN la the only nation defeated In modern wart which baa not been re quired to pay a money Indemnity. TBI Spanish primmer at Bauttago are being embarked and the whole of Toral'e rmy will won be on It way to Spain. Tbi expenditure on account of the war during the month of July were about $30,000,000; the receipt on account of the new war taiea about 1 14,000.000. Tui most expensive drng 1 phyeoetlg mine, an ounce of which ooeU nearly 11,000,000. It la prepared from the Cala bar beao and U used In disease of the eye. ' Tbi national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic will be held Ihts year at Cincinnati, beginning September ft. and continuing until the 10th, lnclu elva. TBB tOW LlKB bITCfl. Tie Stipulations Upon which Judf I Mcfie Rendered lilt D ctnlon. In 1'ie PlXrli t fimrt if Hie Kirt J'lillrNI Iiv tin t nl tlir I rrnhny nl New Mdini. The All'ini'trrn'ie Linrl anrl Jmsfltton i Coinprtiiv. riaintiiT. '". I The PneWo of Ssnta Ann, Tlie I'nel.lo j of fcamltii mid the l'u-hlii of laj I t lltpe, lefrt)iUntll. J BTII'tLATION. It is ntlpulated and aKreml by and be tween the coniplnlnnnt and ilefeinlHiit that said faue may be heard upon the following agreed statement of facte: 1. The plaintiff I a corporation Incor pora'eil an aliened In the roniplniiit. t It has rained preliminary survey tob - nmile ai.rt Compleieil eince hefliliitf if l'ie iiriKUiil cuiiipiaiiit In ttiH rnil-w fur (lie r.'ii .tfiicurii ol a . itch l"r nru a hi purihew. tlie lim l if.e ol win. n i lie pUreil lllil below the I'tH'lilo of Mall ellM In llin ciuiity of He rim lilo. the ter iiiua of which lit to he at or mwui tlie I'mhIiIii of lilfla 8. The canacitv of ealil ditch win lie wo hundred and ten cuhle leet per seo ond in full. 4. The defendant are Indian l ueMne ami have now In uee ditches an followx: , rhe Pueblo of Hun Felipe, one rtllcn with an BDiirolinutte capacity of llfteen cubic feet iter second; tlie head of said ditch being aloiit three miles above the bead of the plaintiff proponed rtllch. , I he Pueblo of Santa Ana, nn ditch with au actual capiclty of thlrteeu and one-teulh feet per second; the bead of which I aiHUit two nillei below the head of ilalntirl's propiMeil iliK'll ! Thr.mton tn Dnl.len a ' fifty-two th weight. Tbi development of war have robbed Key West of the distinction of being the most southerly city In the United States. Pouee now bold that position on the map. Tbi Citizen baa received a One photo graph of the officer of the Rough Kldera It was sent by M. llandell. who 1 In Ne York superintending the building of battleship. Tbi Los Angelea Time say that Amerleau have very little use for a man who will not stay bought That la one good, atrong reason why they have Aguinaldo on the list, TBI name of Hon. W. H. Jack, of Sil ver City, Is being moat favorably men tioned for congreeHloual delegate, air. Jack I a good man, every way qualified, aud a staunch republican, if nominated he could easily be elected. Wbebi the American flag I planted bv American soldiers there It shall re main" Is very good sentiment with which to "enthuse" a promiscuous crowd at the present time, but it will hardly bear Inspection. The American Dag was plauted In Canada, where our armies were repulsed In the war of IHIJ. and in llexlno. where our soldiers entered "the ball of the Uontetumas" In triumph, but It was duly pulled down when It be came time for us to withdraw to our own eoiintrv. When we chaetisel the Im pudent pirate of Tripoli In 18'H the Urs aud stripes floated jubilantly over the fortress of Derne, but we took It down when due reparation bad been a i acted from the pasha "Old Glory" may sometimes come down where we have hoisted It.but It will eonie down with honor. Oovehnob M. A. OTK.HO has appointed five rauire rider for duty in the Pecos Park reservation. They are Michael Slattery, W. W. Miller, Nestor Sena, Siito Uarcla and Andrew Souter. The duties of the range rlJer are to preveut trespass, the destruction of timber, to see that no fire are etarted and otherwise care tor the reservation. RAfiiLVuiua prominent politician and distinguished eitlxen of Taos, died at that place on the 2:1 1 ot last month, aged Vi year. Us was prominent In the affairs of this country before It be came part ot the United State. hIi the KloBdla. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysvllle, Texas, has found a more valuable discovery than has vet been made In the Klondike. For veara he suffered untold agony from eou sumption, accompanied by hemorrhages aud waa absolutely cured by !r. Klug'i New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. He declares that gold Is of little value In comparison with this marvelous cure; would have It, even If It ooet floo a bottle. Asthma, bronchitis aud all throat and lung affec tiou are positively cured by llr. King's New His covery for Consumption. Trial buttles free at J. 11. O'Hetily & Co's drug store. Kegular slxe 60 cents aud l. Guaran teed to cure or price refunded. lit cam shovel Of The moving of this immense piece of machinery 1 eontlug a great rieal of time, money and lalnir; however, they hope to have the machine In operation In about ninety davs. New Mexican. Northern New Mellf-o Hall. Hut for the hallrttorms, this bad been the most surresefiil agricultural season noithern New Mexico has ever known. The Optic has Imard the report that M. M. Chase, of the Chase Cattle Company, was canght In the hailstorm near Spring er, ami when found he was nnconsclous. His present condition eonld not be learned The hailstorm a few days ago, tolally destroyed the excellent prospects for (roll on ihel)iwin, Dayue aud other fruit farms on the Vermejn. These farms ehipped hundreds of cars of apples to Kansas last year, and eiipplied the merchants of I.as Vegas with a great deal of the fruit handled by them IM year. (told rnnnrt In tha f hlllppln Inland On Mindanao, one of the Philippine islands, golil Is found In the river beds, but owing to the primitive conditions prevailing there It Is not known how rich theee deiKieits are. VWth the ad vance of civilization this matter will be fully Investigated by shrewd proepectore. lireat discoveries may be made, hut no discovery waa ever greater than llos tetter's Mtonmph Hitter, which civlilxa tiou long auo InvestwHted ana fonnil to Tbi value ot the annnal poultry prod net ot the United State exceeds the value ot any of our great crops. In lnyfl the poultry industry yielded $'2UO,000,000; wheat yielded 337.U38.UH; sliver, $73. (10,000, and gold. $4d. 10.000. TBI platform ot tha Indiana repub lican la In line with most of the other platform recently adopted. It reaffirm the repullean doctrine of protection and aound money, approvea of the annexation ot Hawaii, and favor a policy of com mercial aud naval expansion. Tbi Mexican Herald, which la pub lished In the City of Mexico, report that gigantic enterprise Is about to be or ganized to control practically all the cot ton product ot Mexico, to utilize the cot ton seed oil and cake In allied Industrie aud to export beef to Europe. Nearly all the promineut cotton grower ot the northern part ot the republic are con nected with the scheme, aud ao are some ot the owners of large cattle ranches. Waato to U 4bdiwI. The city council failed to get a quorum again last night. Aldermen Burlchart, Kieke, Lombardo and Tleruey being the only ones who put In an appearance. The matter ot exteudiug the city limit on the south will come up at the next meeting of the council A rule ba been adopted at the railroad shops that no men will be employed there who do uut live within tha limits of the corporation. This la done for th pur pose ol making an me men working there subject to the health regulations of the city. A quit a large number of men who have been working at the shops live just outside of the limit on the south, they are trying to be annexed to the city so as to avoid the necessity of moving away from their home lu order to bold their positions. A petition has boen circulated aud signed by them.whiuh will be submitted to the council. In the six mouths ended June 80. 1813, British export ot hardware and eutlery to the United State tell to 19u,24ft, against 'I6,t78 In the corresponding period of 18U7. Meanwhile we have not only been turning out an Increased quantity ot these good to make up for the shrinkage In Import, but have steadily increased our export ot hard ware and eutlery. That la the effect ot republican protection to home Industries. fOKrO HI CAN TOWNS. Beside the capital. San Juan, there are some sixty or seventy towns and vil lage ot considerable site In the island of Porto Kico. Of these the most Important are Ponce and A reel bo, each with a larger population than San Juan (that ot Ponce being 85,000 or 40.0O0, while that ot San Juan Is estimated at 25,000); Mayaguei (also larger than the capital) aud Agua dlllo, on the west coast; Kajardo and 11 u macao, on the east coast; Ouaolcaaud Aroyo on th south, and Peplno and Cayey In the Interior. Aguadlllo I es pecially Important as a rendezvous for communication aud trade with Havana It extensive and safe harbor has a depth of eleven to fifteen fathoms. The beet Larbor, however, Is that of Uuanlca, Jo bos, also ou the south coast, has a good harbor, available as an outlet to the rich agricultural sugar district ot tiuayama. Other port furuUblug a shelter during Urge part of the year ars thus of May- UtHil ol Olut aianU fur Catarrh that 0a tola afarcarj, as meenry will surely destroy tlie sense of suuill and completely derange the whole systeut when euterlug it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except ou prescrip tion from reputable ptiysu-uius, as the damage they will do is Urn fojd to the nod you can posetljly derive from them, tail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O, contains no mercury, aud Is taken Internally, acting directlv upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of thesystym. lu buying Hall's Catarrh turs be sure you get the genu iue. It is taken iuUriuilly and Is made In Toledo, Ohio, by V. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. tsTBold by Druggists, price 7tc per Dottle. au actual capacity oi eiKiinvii cmiu ' feet pr second; the bead of which Ml abiMJl ten lulled below the head of j plaintiff's proposed ditch. j b. r'roin about the I Mil of Maich until the 1st day of November In each year the said puelilisi keep water tlDWiug through their salil iIIICIich to llieir tun capauuj. H. At Kmbuilo. a Point ou me river about sixty miles shove the head of plain tiff's proposed ditch, the government has inalulalneil a gauging station oiiring each year since IMW, lucluxive, aud the report of th government otllcers snow, as may bs found on their reports, copies ot which are hereto attached, and which are to be found on pages Hi and WA of "Heull ot Stream Measurement, ny r. H Newell being extract rroni the lour teeuth annual report of the director of the United States geological survey, said eopy when tiled to be marked exhibit A, anil made a pan ni tins stipu lation and also report for the year iwi, found on page 4" ot the bulletin of tlie Uulted states geological survey No. ll, a copy of which Is to bs Hied herewith and marked exhibit B, and made part of this stliiulatlon also, the olllcial report of P. K Harroun.lu charge of salri gauge station for the years I MM, imsi. i'.u. ih'.ih. a roiiv of w h ch Is to be tliel here with, made part of this stipulation, and marked exhibit C, aud until so tiled the original as above referred to may tie used as a part of this iitlpulntion. Thee reports show the maximum, minimum, and mean flow of the water lu said river at said station a ludleated upon their face. 7. At Kio Grande station, point thirty-six miles above the head of the plaintiff's proposed ditch, the govern ment has maintained a guage siniiou since Kebruary 1, 18115. the record of which begins April 1, IWo. a copy of the report of which la hereto attached, marked exhibit V. and made a part ot this stipulation; but th orlftnal may be used until a copy of the sains has been made and attached hereto. Between Km budo and Klo Urande stations the follow ing tributaries come Into the HioUraude. lo-wlt; The Chains river, Santa Cruz river, Penasco river, Nauibe river, Te seuque river and Santa Clara river. Be tween Kio Or amle station and the head of nlalntlff's Dronosed ditch the following tributaries also come In, to wltf Kl Kilo kilolen. Canondel Alamo. ( anaila delo chit I. Klo Santa Ke and Klo tialialeo. Of these last mentioned streams the Urst two are perennial, tbe others carry water only during the rainy season aud from melting snows. All of them are Important as anecllng the It tw of water lu said river for pur noees of Irrigation. B. mat III occasional learn lui-m in diminished flow of water In said Klo (ramie between the luih of June aud the lftth of Hoiiteiuber. and In rare years during this period a reseation of surface Qiiw tieglunlng at a point tnree or lour miles below the pueblo or Manilla and fifteen miles below the head of plaintiff s proposed canal. And In every year crops can be produced aud matured along the line of said proponed canal by Irrigation thereof before the IMh ot June aud prior to any diminution or cessation of the D iw of water in said river, such as wheat, oats, barley, rye, two crops of alfalfa, raralgre, barrjes aud many varieties of fruits, also early vegetables may be profitable grown by Irrigation, no later than the fifteenth of June. 9. It Is further stipulated that the ap propriation aud use of water from the Klo Urande by the said Pueblos, defend ants, and their rights therein aud there to, shall uot lie affected by plaintiff's proposed Irrigating canal, and any de cree entered In this cause shall lie sub ject to their prior rights an4 In accord ance wltn tins supination. 10. It is further stipulated by and be between the complainants In the above entitled cause and the oV'feudauta, that the stipulation heretofore entered be tween them aud Hied in said cause while thesamewaspeuiilugln thedistriot court for county d Bernalillo, shall from this date henceforth be considered as abro gated and set aside, and pleadings may now be filed for the purpose of making up tlui i.ssues In said cause, and it shall priMUMsi as if said stipulation hereby abrogated bad never been entered into except so far as the saws authorized a change of venue In this cause, and said cause may 1st at onre heard upou said pleadings when tiled, ud lbs above agreed statement ot facte. Col I. IKK A Mahhon, and I'HIl.liKHS ,t IHJIIHON, For tha illinquerque I. ami and Irrigation Compsny. . Hiir llDWAKIi, Kor the Pueblos of Manilla. Am Kellpe, Santa Ann, and their Inhabitants. C. The Pu-bloof Samlia, one dileti with i m all that Is claimed fur It IticsKeeof lists of aiuietlle, inillgeation, biliousness and ernieti nation it acts In a truly won derful maimer. The leiwels ars mads to act uilldlv. the desire for fixxl Is In creased, sour stomachs are sweetened. aii'l a healthy color is given to tne lace. A trial is recommended. Wil l. IIOI.II A rAIH. Nl(ht Donahoe Hardware Co. tOKICR RAILROAD AVLNUI; AMI THIRD STRIXT. THE CHEAT MAJEETI to mmss'-3 fe1 THE GREAT MAJESTIC We Carry the Largest Line of Steel Ranges In the Territory. Ho I for Jemez Hot.... Springs. SMITH PREMIER- Is Kndorard by THE BANKS, LEADING LAWYERS. And BUSINESS MEN. 'Sj A Ji, C?i . - i -,, Meeting or Hll.lMeiiM Men l.at limners Hertml At a meeting ot business men held last night It was decided definitely to hold the territorial fair here this fall, Great Intereet and enthusiasm wa manifested by everyone In attendance and there Is no doutit that the fulr will lie nia'e a great success. lion. Kan kin called the meeting to ordr aud A. A. Trimble was elected chairman and George A. Kaseman secre tary. Tlie election of otllcers for the fair followed aud T. N. Wilkerson wa elected president, A. J.Crawford secre tary and A. .. Maloy, treasurer. A board of director was aleo elected consisting of Wallace Hesselden, I). A. Kankln, K. A. Ilubbell, A. A. Trimble and Dr. J. K. Pearce The board was given authority to Oil any vacancy mm might occur m tne board. The directors will hold their Orst meet ing In the near future when many ot the detail of the f tlr will bs arranged. N. VV. ALGER, Agent for New Mexico. Also Agent for the best BUILDING and LOAN AHHOCIATI0N, "Til 12 HVDUSTRIAL.." STOCK FOR 8ALK. MONEY TO LOAN. The Hassan Why! One reason for our success In business is tlie fact that we close out, at the end of each season, all goods pertaining to that time of the year regardless of for mer prices. That I why we never have any old stock. Hee our 1178 and I'i 76 shoes and our Iianan (li 75 shoes. They are all bargains. Himou Hteru, the Rail road avenue clothier. New Vaccina Virus. The Optic scribe read an interesting account Saturday of a new preparation of vaccine virus, male by the New York City board of health. It is retained In a Quid condition In a glycerine solution, after having been subjected to every known test to aa-mr It purity and steril ity. The Optle understands that Dr. C. 11. Bradley, of Las Vega, baa telegraphed tor sums of this vims, which no doubt will be of Intereet to the physician of this community at the present time. Better Than Veglth Is sound, riiKgcl, fdmst litultli. Hut this cannot lu liail without pure blood. Upon the purity ond richness of the lilom) ili'nils 11)0 healthy condition of every uryiiii. Hood' jSni'amrilla U the One True Jilood I'tmuVr, It lias power to ivo good )u-altl, Hood't Pllli act linrmoiilously with I loud Sareaimrlll't. X5. Oerntss aiul Npaulab. Kor lesson in thes languages at 1018 south Third street. apply Ktlui-ale l'uur llowtile vtith Cwarareta. fanily fnlliarlti, rure -iiiNtlAtion rnmver lUu. tfMi If CO C fail, druirtuhi rutuuu ouur The gentlemen of the Kraternsl Union of America entertained the ladle of the order at the Kuight ot Pythias ball last evening. This was returning the com pliment, for the custom lu the past has been for the laities to entertalu the gen tlemen. Th ladies appreciated the change of program very much and made many flattering oommeuts ou the enter taluiug abilities ot the luaacullue mem bers of the society. J. H. Bennett. V. VV. Kewman, L. Hurt Lettner, W. K. farrow and V. L. Dough erty, former residents of Albuquerque, came In from San Bernardino last night having been transferred to the shops In this city. Their families will arrive here later ou. Tub Citizkn Joins with their old frieud lu welcoming them back to this city. K. (1. York, trainmaster ot Uie Rants Ke Paclflo at Needles, accompanied by his wife, came in from the west last night and registered at Bturgee' Kuro- peau. Bneklen's Arnloa Salve. The beet salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Bait lUieum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, ami 1( Hkln Kruptions, aud posi tively cure PIIm, Qt no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Pries to cents per box. Kor sale by J. H. O'Kotlly A Co., Druggists. Ctoaitp lirJI to Cluelnnatl. For the meeting of the 1J. A. K. tickets will be sold ou September ) and X to Cincinnati aud return tor 5.10. They will be good for return until SeptenilHir I'i, which limit war bs extend until October i, im. They will be (or con tinuous passage oulf lu both directions W, B. Till IX. Clilraao fttoek Market. Chicago, Aug. U. Cattle Receipts, l.GoO bead; market steady, western 6c and 1"C luwe. Beeves, lOVitS.-t'l; aoayg ud heifers, 2J4.75; Texas steers, f a.xii1.50j westerns, (3.60(44.110; stovkers aud feed ers, tr.liMl.75. Sheep-Kecelpts, 11,000; steaily. Natives, $3.iKkiU.7U; westerns, (3.7ik 4.40; lambs, $.l.oouU5. HaitMS City Market. Kansas City. Aug. U. Cattle Be oelpts. 6,11; market steady to strong. Native steers, f l.'Jitj(b.3u; Texas steers, 9$.Md:Xi; Texas cows, j.:iott3.M); native cows aud heifers, ilJ5o4t.00; stockers and feeders, i2.?5($5.U): bulls, 12.5(1(3.75. Sheep Itecelpls. 4,fiUi; market steady. Umbs, r3.0U(,jl'i.0I); muttons. IJ.CKitf W. L. Trimble, wnuires a few days of metropolitan life, cams in from the Cochltl mining district last night. He reports the mill of the Albemarle people an assure I fact, and states that the dl trlct is forging ahead In tine style. Miss Marie Benjarulu expects to leave in a short Unis on an extended visit to relatives and friends in Chlmgo and New York. In Chicago she will be the guest of Miss Celia Harris, who Is well kuown in this city. W. K. C. (ilbson, wire aud child came In from the south last night aud regis tered at the (jraud Central from Alamo liordo. H. ki. Pat Gteason Is again In charge of "Pal's I'lai'-e" lu old town, Schanb broth ers having retired from the saloou bust nesa. To tleaues tbe Syateiu Kffectually yet geutly, wheu costive or bilious, to permanently overcome habit- ual coUHtipatiou, to awakeu tha kidneys aud liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, to dispel headauuea, colds or fevers, use Syrup ot Kigs, wade by th California Kig Syrup Co. Has Hemmed Ut Saut Vs. David M. Whits, the well kuown WU euglueer ot this place, has just returned from Coyote Sprlugs, where he has been ou a surveying expedition. He reports that at tiolden the Moute Crlsto Placer Miulug company is proceeding very sut Ufactorlly with IheUr work at that point. Th company is now transporting from Awarded Highest Honor World Fair. Quid Medal. Midwinter Fair. DIV v ernrAiif MING A Pars Orse Cream el Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Tlie actual result of policy No. 210,822. Twenty years ago, in 1&7H, Mr. J. II. A. II , who was then twenty-four years of age, assured his life in the EquitnM under pulley No. 2W.K22 fr fl.ono. This policy wits Ihsiii'iI on the Kiulow mi'iit form, with an Kmlowiueiit and acciiiuulatinii periisl of twenty years, and on which the annual premium wns 47.IW. Kor twenty )ears then Mr. B Iim Isjeii protected by 11.000 of lite iiiwurnncc, and If he hud died at any time, bis family would at once have received 1,IM). However, he has not died and now in lX'.et.he has the choice of the following options of settle ment : To Hl'RHFNWH THf Policy and hk tfii inr ne CKIVE IN CAMH . $1T0i,4IU 2. to 8ukhendkr the Policy and kk (kiv 4 filly Kll( VH POLUY rOR 3. To RECPIVI AN AN NUITY KOH LIKE or 3,540.00 94.30 -SiiMerMn Mtlffttnry mrdical eavamlua. Hoi.. Life Assurance Society OF THR UMTEU STATI-S. "Suoiioeiil in tliv World.' WALTER N. PARKHURST, (leneral Manager. (,'ew Melico and Arizona Dt-partnient. At,SLivl.R9i-K. . N. M. i'i i : i". it: ;,i ? i'.i rtt Jlj ;tj .t. tj ft 0aI t 4. 04 0l 04 0 .! . . i t' . .1, y,t ... ... '-If ... ;. ... y.t Notice to Sick People. sT a 0 Hi ; i" ? i'i - . i'.i i'i 0 For the NEXT 30 DAYS everybody who carts to wrl'e us regarding their Diseases or aftlictions will be treated TILL CURED FREE OF CHARGE. This oiler Is mad in order to introduce our new method ol treat ing and curing both Aeut and Chronic dueascs, also all private disorders. II you are tick wri e us at once. YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE OR RISK. Letters strictly confidential. AddreM, DOCTOR KEITH, ksoaasClty, fie. Poet OMke Bos Ne. g. July 4, 1H9S.. t V ' Jj n , 0 0 a ; e i'.i 0 0 t 0A Lee Wing Bros. Chinese Physicians, WANTF.H, ruH SALK, RKNT AND LOST sneil. Wanted Boarders aud roomers. Ap ply at Mrs B. Kisher's, U0t W. Lead Ave Wanted A Qrst-class cook In private family. Address with references f. O. box 4'24. For Bala. For Sale A grist mill. Kuijulre of Otto lHecktnaun. Native wine, pure and healthful, at only 60 cents a gallon at C. A,. Braude's win nortn uroaaway. A flue assortment ot new fnrnlture only, at SKo south First street, cheap tor oasu or insiaiimeuv. n. v. puirene. Kor sale Boiler aud engine, 4-borse power, and -horse power gear, Willi other machinery, at a Urnulu. Address John Mewlauder, No. iui soutil First street. For Beat. To Rent-4 room house and alfalfa. W, V. Futrelle. To Kent Kurnltnre and household goods. VY. V. Futrelle. For Kent Kixinis furnished and un furnished, also Ituht house keeplug. W V . Futrelle. For Kent New three-room cottage on North Fifth street. Apply tJ2 North Fifth street. For Kent House of four rooms, fur ulshed, for light housekeeping. Apply to K. Lm Medler, Cromwell block. For ntsrly twelve yter Dr. Lee Wing Lu betn si) hiinorril rruilrut 1 f Denver end Iihi bru pe-mlUtd by the kilHul unc of tlie world ieno.QFt CHINESE VEGETABLE KEMEDIES To bring licaltli end il'jilie 1 Ue tlious ande ol llir elltnled wlio liail lnint ylvenup hi pe ol ever uenig cured. Ili gmtcliM ps tirnte are found in nearly cvury eime In thu I'nlon, hi medicines twine; sent everywheie by mail or rinrene. I'here la scarcely s known dlaea e which thrae inarveloua remedies will 014 cure, but thry are vauerislly valuable In Llirmilc diH.anea of all kinds, female com- plaluw, nervoua debll'iy. heart dwease, Blum sell trouble. Up worm, rliuuiiuinui, blood poison, wmlnsl weakurna, syphilis and oil eeiual and private dUeaaes. Theae famoua mediclnea ran be had from the only Amerleau ageote, LEE WING BROS. I'he renowned ('biuret api iallta, 16H9 I.arl- meretreel, Utover. foneultatlon free. If you cannot call, wilts, tncloatng atamp for circular, aud cjuestion blank. A cure guaranteed or money refunded. vrvliuitj PMje au. f'seciirela Cainlv I'slliurlir, the mint won lei-ful mrilu'ul ditt'oterv uf the see, ii.csj. ant and 1 11(1. Inn to U111 turtle, si l i;i'ntly and pusilivi'ly 011 kldiiee. liver snd buwela, L'lesiialuir tha entire aeli in, dllel eolda. cure heuilauhe, fever, liuliltunl roiiatiisllun and blllnuaiiuM. l'lrttjn buy and try a box of (!. I). V.. to day; 10, sVi, NiienU. boldi guarauUsid to cure by all drugiels. U lib est tab frtoee fald For furniture, stoves, earpets, clothlnn trunks, naruisis. am Idles, shoes, etc. Hart's, 117 liold aveuue, neit to Wells Fargo Kxprstw oUloe. Bee me before you buy or sell. C. L. Hasbrouck. a druenlst at Uendon Mich., says all of the good tee.tlnitintu.ls that have been published by the manu facturer of C'hauiberlttlu'e Colic, Cholera and liiarrhtba Kemeily could be dupll cated lu thut towu. For sale by all drug gists. m Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co. l.oet. Lost A fountain pen. Finder will please leave at this ollice. l,OHt. A blat'k silk umhrella. Leave It at this oillce and receive reward. ST. MICHAEL'S Santa Fe, New Mexico. VALIj TERM OPENS KIOI'TKMI.Rll 1 For l'lirticulars Apply to BROTHER BOTULPH. .lOlIN'STON & JIOOItE'S Famoua Stages Leave EVERY TUESDAY HORNING t.i7For the Resort. I.lvery Feed an I Sales Studies. HtCK'i toanv put of thrtclty for onlv 2To, Old Telephone No 6. New Telephone No. 114 COPTER AYENUK, Bet. Secool and Third Sts K.HTAHl.lHIIH) IS5J CIIAHTKKKD 1874 Academy of "Our Lady of Light" SANTA TH, NEW MEXICO. HOAKDINii AMI DAY SCIKXIL Kl K lilKI.S AM) VlirSU t.AIHKH i iism i tui ev tss SISTERS OIP LQRETTO. Th tfith Aratlpinic IVnu Will i) vn MmUy. Sfpt rtli, lR9it. Thru Artdrniv t itiat-'l In umt .lt-tir.tl.1f U .(.. h tn t il v w f unoiii fur itt hr1thfnl Ut-.l llir.iillfllt.ill Willi IIKNUTtl KHIVtMllt!)! ), 111 utliitf to a ItioroiiMli tul r-Hnrd SISTER SUPERIOR. Hfni ttrti'.tlilr i'i i mate I he hinlituiu m hi1 lixlM.tf "li-nm hr.it. hut rtt tl 1. w.in r. l.tti Vhf runrw "I iMi(r'ii'li'ii 1'iMiiiiri-t rverv ht.inrh r.mtii cttiir-nlnm. Mn-ii- ;iii.l Art ri'rcivi' i.m i.il iiltflilioii. ror 1'HuirK - ri. n(tlrt Nti, Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort, Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M. Open All tlie Yeixr. Good accomodations at reasonable rales. The followine is the analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort: oodium chloride, grains per gallon 1937 Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 1-4360 Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896 Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188 Total II-337X Water delivered in the city. Conveyance leaves Albuquerque for the springs every Wednesday and Saturday morning, Gil EACH T&UTJbJTar. Order slate at O. W. Strong's, corner Second street and Copper avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. H. G. WHITCOMB, Proprietor. ESTABLISHED I87S. L. B. PUTNEY, "Old ReliableM Wholesale Grocer I FLOUR, GRAIN & PR0VTSI0H8, war Lsi mosolalty. Omrrlee the Largest as4 Moes aeenelv Stock f -:svailb : groceries:- To bs foand Beuthweet, Farm and Freight Wagons 1 RAILROAD AVENUE, S : I ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.' T. O. HAXsrHtlUGE, Natlv and Ttiieago Lumber Building Papsr ilwaysln Block First St. and Lead Ave., Albuquerque !iih, DotM, Hindi, Pltitir, Itrni, Cm tot fllui Pilau. Ilr1 W M. CHAPLIN, Keaeoua Wiv Clismberlaln'a Colic. Cliole ai.U lllerrltrHe Heuie,ly Is tlie Heet. 1. HKaus It affnrils almost instant re lief In esse of iihiu In tlie stomavli, colic ami cholera umrMis. 'i. bwause It is th onlj rsmmtj that never falls In th UHHt severe csvws uf iljwutery and dtarrlitDt. ,i. hscause u is tna only rsnimiv mat will ci)re rhronk' diarrlnra. 4. tlwause it id tlie unir remmir that will tirsvent lilllons uolip. o. mrause iv is iiih on it reuieiiT inav will rnre eplilemlcttl djnenlery. t). Ilecause It Is the only remedy mat ran alwavs be ileiiemled uimu in cases of I'hnlera lufuntuui. 7. liecsiiHs U Is the must prompt and most reliable medicine In nse for bowel cmuplaliits. 8 HiH'ause it proiiut'es no iibmi results. 11. because It Is pleasant aud safe to take. 10. Because It lias saved the lives of mors people thaa any other medicine Id the world. The J5 and bO-cent size for sale by all druggists. Snap Shots Wllh a Urslio,hoiie. The (iraphophone Is to the ear what the photographic camera ltJ to the eye, and more, for the (iraphophone catches Instantly and preserves every tint aud shade ot sound. A most Interesting use ot a tiraphophone is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved for future use. You can catch the story of your lolly friend just m he told It, or the favorite song ot some loved one just as she suiik It, aud have It reproduced per fectly at any time and ad often as you please. Heebies the (iraphophone affords wonderful entertaliimeut In the way of reproducing the uiuelo of bauds, orches tras, or vocal or instrumental soloists. No Investment will return so much la pleasure as the purchase of a Urapho plume. It Is the perfect talking ma chine. Write for Catalogue No. 30, to the Columbia rhonngraph Company, No. 7'iU-T'J'i Olive street, ft. Units, Mo. Hants Ke routedlulug cars are equipped with electric fans. A complete Stock of the Douglas Shoes and Slippers, Ladies' Button and T . . 0 1 t All iV.N Ji-iice oiioes 01 in Descriptions. Good Goods at Low Prices. 113 Railroad Avenue, Albuqueroue, N. M. fi n i niiim a XJ V" - -I Y 'JaUTHt" CANDV CATHARTIC jVCURE CONSTIPATIONf ioc ! sr.- rx 1 1 1 a v S3 ALL DRUGGISTS Gall at Headquarters for Leather, Harness, Saddles, Saddlery, Saddlery llardwure, Cut Soles, Shoe Nails, Humes. Chains. VN hips, Colliirs, Sweat 1'ads, Csstor Oil. Axle Urease, Hoeton Cach Oil, I nto Negro, Kilddv Harvester (lll.NeHtsfiMitoil, Lard Oil, lUruess Oil, I. Indeed Oll.Caiitile Soup, Harness Soap, Carriage Sponges Chamois Bklu, Horse Ue,lcliius. I'rloo tlio tioweat, Highest Uarkot Prices 1'uld for Hldra and Skins. WOOL COMMISSION. Thos. F. Kelohor, 404 Railroad Ave AlbuqiMrquc. PIONEElt JJAKEUY! SIS .T STBSBT, BALLINU BROS., PaoraiiTou. Wedding Cakes aSpwialty ! V Psslr Patronage, and we Guarantee first-CUs Baking. Talsarapbotderaaollcllsd and Promptly Killed JACOKKOliBElUCO Mannlactarer of sod Dealer Wagons, Carriages, Buckboards! Th Best aUsWrn-ftUd Tsblols. Fine norse-Snoetnf a Specialty. fUtlsfctlon Oitarantssd In All Work Repairing, Painting and Trimming: Iaids on tihort Nolle. I t i i i i Shop, Corner Copper It. tod Pint It,, ALsoqeaaqiia. M. M Honest Good al Hootat Pritee, Can'tBe Beat The Favorite. Stc Mt Before You Buy or Sell. goo ooijn Have you seen the new military button belt at the Koououilst?