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The l uitrd 8Utt dintrtrt roort rnowU
at Lm Crrjo on tti 6ih of September.
The nrhoot of mlniHi it Socorro opens
for the fall trm. Monday, 8opteruber IX
Thi warm wrather In about over, and
that "tired feeling" la gradually dhtap
Niw Uixicoday at the Trane-Mlwin-ippl
expwUlou at Omaha will be Tbora
day, Brptember 2U.
BrHiNFH dhows eigne of ImproTement
and by the flrnt of next month the doll
eeaiton will be over.
Th Brand Lodge of the Independent
Order of Odd Kellowi meeU this year at
Gallup, on Onbitwr 11.
Patbommc the newxpaper adrertliwr.
They are the people who build up the
community and make It prmperoue.
It la estimated that about $15,000 are
annually paid Into the lneuranee com
pantee tioni the vicinity of La Craoea.
Let there be no eeeeatlon of the clean
ing op until there remaina not tpot In
the city that la not free from robbleh and
Thi sign of the times point to an
early eon diet between Kugland and Rim
la. Thla time I'ucle Bam will be only a
Bojocrnkiu at the various resorts are
b 'ginning to return to get their affairs
In shape for the most prosperous aaon
Albuquerque baa ever experleneed.
Thi next territorial legislature will
have the dinpoHiilon of 1.600,000 acres of
laud that was secured by iMlegat Fer
guwion to ths territory for school pur
Thi republicans of New Mexico never
bad a better opportunity to e'ert a re
publican delegate to congress than they
will have this full With a strong can
didate victory Is certain.
Thk base ball seanou will be Inaugu
rated Saturday afternoon with a game
between the Browns of this elty, and the
banta Ke club. The two teams will also
play on Sunday afternoon.
Nkveb In the nUtoryo7UM territory
was the mining luduxtry more active
than at preeeut and never wers ths pros
pects brighter for those engaged In the
development of meritorious claim.
Thi annual fair of ths Territorial Pair
awoclatlou of New Mexico will be held In
this city, commencing on September 27
nd continuing to October 1. Kverybody
in the territory will attend this year.
ALBCyrxKiji i must take advantage of
the flood of good fortune that la sweep
ing over the couutry. It Is of tremen
dous force, but Its powerful energies
must be properly directed If they are to
be enjoyed lu the full.
Examination should be made by the
proper officers of all premises in the city
to see that the law la regard to connec
tions with sewers is enforced and that
all kinds of garbage Is properly removed.
Wherever delinquency is fouud notice
should be served that the ordinance must
be complied with at once. Lack of atten
tion to such notice should oauee prompt
and rigorous prosecution.
President McKinlet Is said to be ex
periencing difficulty In securing demo
crats willing to serve on the peace com
minion because they fear to place them
aalves on record agalust the counts that
later on may te outlined by their party aud
thus eacrJUee their political future. The
man who places his standlug with bis
party above the beet luteretitsof his couu
try is a poor sample of America aud It is
pleaeaut to know the number is very
0. M. Lee, one ot the uihu accused of
shootlug aud killing Col Fountain aud
his Utile son, has aired himself, again,
this time through the columns of the
Bacrameulo Chler, published at Alamo
Uordo. After trylug exceedlugly hard
to explain certain matters lu connection
with his recent pllchtd battle with Sheriff
darrett and posse, wherein Deputy Sheriff
Kearney a killed, he says: "1 believe
you know of your own knowledge that
Garrett Is an luQdel, believing In neither
God or ths hereafter, so that no oath that
you could administer to him would be
held sacred.' If Lee Is not guilty, why
1 be acting ths outlaw ? He should come
In frtm bis hiding place lu the moun
tains aud give himself up to the author
ities of bona Ana county.
It's pretty warm weather to talk busi
ness, but we can't help calling attention to
theeuterprlse showu by the leading uier
chants this summer, as ludlcated In the
columns of Thi Citukn. It has been
the policy of this paper to preach adver-
tlmng every day In the year. That the
niorxtixxto rf ih,,q 'rqt hum accrued
' 1 - 'i b tl, i yivit.tt of
altet!i-iii-iit iii lhl pHper. Mire mer
chants are advertising thi Ntimnier than
In any previous summer Builness gen
erally Is better as a result of this adver
tising. Nine out of ten newspaper read
ers In the Rio Grande valley read The
Citizen. That Is why business men
who use our advertising columns get
gin A tt suits
Ml AH1 l.l'-s HIOH
ie Ai 1. the preliy tit. Louie
ym ng lady wl.o kiewd llotieon, has now
C 'ue to the In nt with her side of the
SUiry. Hhe says:
"I .li l ii. t ' k Mr. M' toon for a klse.
Hi' i, .l ji. - I I. ' ii a ir ue kiU a Mil 1 ssiil
" 'i ii.: 'II h 1 H.'ii 1 ss a hut gin
mil : lies'l'l: '"'Mi hi jnii likstobe
tr-Hl-d a I'll' y I siirWered Vee.'an l
lie kii-e.1 me. Hist Is the way It Was
done, slid i hail lm Idi-a I lint the news
paiwrs were suing to tk It up "
Ni'W If Mr. Holwon 's as gsilsnt a he
Is mppotied to be be will let the ycung
lidy's story puss as the true version.
The chaiii-es are he Is sutlsRi'd and the
psipln who are making all the fuss
h iven't the oursgs to kiss a pretty girl
when they have the chance.
mask ir in an mots
It would be a nice thing for the Ale
humans to make Ken. Joeeph W heeler's
election to congress a unanimous affair,
(teneral Joe hasn't hail a fair show. A
Job lot of candidates have been storming
his political fences, and he couldn't strike
back. Hhyr" Became the old hro was
busy storming forts, encouraging his
men, braving (ever and dodging Mauser
bullets In Cuba.
The people of Alabama, of all parties,
have an opportunity to pay a compliment
to a brave man.
Canada will hold popular election on
the prohibition question September 2Ulh.
The voters are called upon to answer the
Are you In favor of the passing of an
act prohibiting ths importation, mauu
faeturs or sals ot spirits, wine, ale, beer,
cider aud all other alooholle liquors for
use as beverages y
Canada Is a country of cheap and pure
liquors. It Is to be doubted If prohibi
tion gains a substantial victory In any
ot the provinces. Still. Investigation
would probably show that the cause of
temperance hail advanced materially In
Thi Los Angeles Kxpress says: "The
man who is handy with a rills has an
affection for the Winchester, but It Is not
ths gun for the express messenger In a
hold-up emergency. The adventure on
the Hants Ke Pacluo, In New Mexico,
gives an Illustration. It the messengers
and guard bad been armed with double
barreled shotguns loaded with buckshot,
there would be some good train robbers
Thi New York Bun Is waging mali
cious war against the Associated Press,
It will be recalled that the Hun was the
head and front ot a rival news gathering
organiiatlon which undertook to run the
Associated Press Into the ground, and
got burled itself In the attempt.
Ir any of the Kuropeao powers feel In
dined to Indulge In war now they may
have the whole field so far as the United
States is concerned. All that we shall
ask will be the privilege of selling the
supplies and reading the war news.
Thi public schools of Albuquerque
will open on the flr-t Monday In Septem
ber. Superintendent lllckey Is getting
things In good shape for the opeulng of
the various schools.
President IIekhick announces that
the New Mexico university will open on
Tuesday, September 6, and the promise
now Is that the attendauee will be larger
than ever before.
Hvolulloa In tlmXy.
The recent bread riots lu Italv are be
lieved to be simply mutterlugs before
the storm. I lie trouble Is the people are
overtaxed. A great prt of their earn
lugs Is takeu by the government. As
II cues go ny ths crisis approaches, aud
ins end is likely to be the some as lu the
American revolution. Many men and
women try to do too much. They over
tax their system as governments overtax
their subjects. Then comes a break
down. The stomach, kidneys, liver and
uerves are affected. hat Is required Is
a medicine like Hosletter'e Stomach
bitters to restore (he etreugth, and build
up new and healthy tlwiues. Any drug
gist will supply It. and the sufferer will
be astoulehed after tukinr it to see how
quickly It acts.
HEAL fcsrAlK HAHUAINS.
Kor sale Four room cobble-stone
house, with two lots, near Hotel Ilish-
Iand;ii0. This Is a bargain.
Stone house, with four lots, on south
Second street, stables, chicken houses.
etc., only l'i.000.
Two lots ou south Kdlth street, only
Brick house ot three rooms on north
Fourth street, only l,0()O.
If vou wish hurtful im In hiirnui an.l
lots, call on K. H. Hcnuab.
m Uold Avenue.
A Clou Trie.
It certainly looks like It. but there is
really no trick about It. Auvbodv can
try it who has ijtuie Back and Weak
Moneys, Malaria or nervous troubles.
VI s nieau he can cure himself rluht iwm
by taking electric bitters. This medicine
tones up the whole sinlem. acts as a
stimulant to Liver and Kidusys, Is a
blood puriller and nerve tonic. It cures
CouMlipetloii, Headache, Fainting Spells,
Sleeplessness and Melancholy. It Is
purely vegetable, a mild laxative, aud
restores His system to its natural vigor.
iry niectno timers ami lie convinced
that they are a miracle worker. Kvery
bottle guaranteed. Only buc. a bottle at
J. H. O'ltellly & fo.'e Drug store.
Tk lour t'hulf-a.
In Iji HuIa up l.u.'li niiii.lu.rkV i t x..
you will wear an up to date suit when
it costs no niors than old sljle, IH-UttliiK
clothes. Then call on Leou Armer, N. T.
Armijo block, who represents Hurt A
Oberudorf, Chicago's leading tailors. To
order for till oil, a well tailored suit, bet
ter cliilh. better lining, better flnlsh, etc.,
uir iu,w, f ii isi.f JHJUancl up to VIUUO.
iiouiws iroiu f.iooup. iii guaranteed.
The Kev. W. B. Cosllev. of Htot-ktirhti,.
ia., while attending to his pastoral du-
nm v luienwiMxi, mat stale, was at
tacked bv eliolwru miirl.iiu lit ........ ml...
chance 1 happened to get hold of a bottle
oi i iiaiuis-riuiu st one. Cholera and Ular-
ruoe iieiiieny, anil 1 think It was the
means of Muvinu- ma l,fu i uii.......i
atones, r or Bale by all druggists.
Althotluh soiiim of nor ultiu
sale go at an actual loss, we consider It
busines to so dispose ot them aud avoid
accumulating old stock. See our wlu-
uuws niiuou oieru, the Kallroad ave
l ie re
l.S III I KS.
Krinn Hie Inrlci'enrlent Definsrral.
Henry Bascoui arrival here last week
from Ar.tma. to visit his brother, F. 11.
Bascom, and his sister, Mis. Carroll.
Hugh Freeman, who has been attend
ing college, has gone to K My to spend
the remainder of the summer with his
P. 11. Currsii, K q , and wife, have re
turned from their caUeru trip. Mr. ( ur
rso has been to Washington and o'.li-r
east rn points in the Interest of the Asil
rultiiml and Mechshi. al colli ge.
T. Iti'iislt Iihs hl .ri. d bis canning fsc
try, allln llsh, as yet, he will not be able
to run on full lime, lis has about l.'l )
acres of tomatoes, and as they are begin
ring to ripen, he Is merely getting in
readiness In time fur the ru-h.whlch will
Oniiiiii 'iii'e In abntit two weeks It he gets
a M.llk;leiil supply of water for Irriga
tion. Krnin Dona Ana County Kepnblksn.
Jim I.a-ic, ot Selilou, hits purchased
the TeHKitrdeu rsncli near Bear canyon,
and will move his family and stock to
that place In a few dsys.
Jose Kulx, of this place, who attended
the Indian school at Albuquerque for the
past tour years, left tor Carlisle, I'eun.,
where he will complete his education
The last two or three ls-ues of the Kin
(Jrainls Ki'publicau Iihs shown uiarkHl
Improvement, which Is explained very
simply by Kdltor I',kpu's alnouci.
County Superintendent Omx iU Is in
receipt of a letter from t .e territorial
siiperlnteiideiit, Manuel C. de Bscs, rs
questing Information regarding govern
men! laud subject to educational pur
poses under the recent congressional act
appropriating lauds to the territorial in
stitutions. Iouls Hostetter and family have re
turned from Omaha, where Mr. Hosttter
was In attendance at the Trans Missis
alppl exposition as a commissioner from
New Mexico, and Mrs. Hostetter and
childreu were visiting relatives and see
Ing the great fair. Relative to the expo
sltlon and New Mexico exhibit, Mr. Hue
letter said: "Our showing Is creditable,
especially the mineral display, and as
soon as the Agricultural college and a
number of Individuals send collections
of grains and fruits, which Is contem
plated, our exhibit will compare favora
bly with any from the states. The gov
ernment has a beautiful and extensive
exhibit. Among numerous attractions
n models of all the battleships, that of
the Maine being draped in black. The
exposition grounds are laid out with a
Isguna, after the world's fair plan, with
gondolas, etc. Missouri, Kansas and
Nebraska mails an especially good show
ing." Mr. Hostetter strongly emphasised
the merits ot the work Manager Leeson
had done, with the meaus and support
given him, and said he was the right
man In the right place.
J KM EZ IIOV MPKINOS.
Jemei Hot Bpilngs, Aug. 17. Latest
arrivals at our resort for the past week
are as follows:
Mrs. J. I). Sena, Mrs. J. M. Luna, Misses
Carmen aud Mary Sena, L. H. and Pan
craclo Bena, Jose's Ortiz, Dr. W. P. Ilar
roun, Frank Hu lsou, cam. Cartwrlght,
N. Salmon and wife, all from Santa Fs.
Andreas Montoya and Luuarlo Cande
Henry (ioett, Rev. K. M. Craig and
family, from Albuquerque.
A heavy thunder storm isged over the
mountains this evening, aud the Jeuiet
river went down with au Immense body
ot water, bearing away bridges and car
rying large trees in its maddening
Kev. Craig held services this evening
In the I'roteetiint Mission church, which
was crowded to Its utmost capacity.
From the Opllc. I
Work Is being pushed on the Normal
school building. A large force of plas
terers are at work.
Carlos Banchei. formerlv an emnlnva
In this office, will be married to Miss Lola
Ortli on the 21Uh Inst.
The work of connecting ths insane
asylum with the city electric light plaut
was begun to day, aud In a short time
that Institution will dlspeuse with the
The county board to day slguiUed the
tax rolls. They also appointed the oldest
son of helix Martlnex-Fellx, Jr. ss
cadet to the New Mexico Milltarv acad
emy, Koswell, Cecil Hays, son of Con
auctor Klchurd Hays, being appointed as
Hubsorhillons to the amount of i:n
were donated by the good people of Las
egas and forwarded to-day to Kl Paso
by Kev. J. F. Kellogg to the pastor of the
Methodist KoUcoiml church at that nl ace
to assist In making ths Urst payment of
fftou on an lllllebteduess now due n
the new church aud uursonaire of that
church lu that city.
J. 11. Nash, of Cimarron, has sold his
exteusive Cattle Interests lu that section
to Col. K. 0. Head, of Watrous, and 11. L.
Lull, of that city.
C. C. Will, a health seeker, who cauie
here from Albuquerque a week ago, and
was cared for at the Ladies' Home, died
Tuesday evening and was burled by the
county on Wednesday.
The total amount ot property returned
fur taxation tor San Miguel county for
IWi Is $l,m,4l7; total amount or ex
emptions, fJI'J.lHJ; leaving a balance
subject to taxation or l,ut;3,iwi, and re
sulting In a revenue to the territory, city
aud county, If all taxes are collected, of
$1'.U MOl.lu, urnier the preeeut rates of
rrnra the New Mciuin.
Threshing Is lu full blast in the Bio
Santa Fe valley, aud the gcuta are earn
lug their keep lu treading the weary
rouuds ot ths threshing floor.
On Mouday afternoon another serious
washout occurred on the Denver & Hlo
(ir ande railroad, this time between Km
budo aud Barrauca, on the grade leading
out of the Kio Grande canyon.
After a long and distressing llluess,
Frederick (J race died at his borne on
Manhattan street on Mouday night, at
the ripe age ot 74 years. The deceased
came to Santa Fe lu lHUl as l ulled
States soldier lu the army of Gen. Kear
ney, which took possession of New Mexico
ss one of ths territorial prions of the
Mexican war. and hence was one of the
Itrst Am-rieati soldiers ever to set foot on
New Mexico soli.
Telezrsms have been received In the
clly from Capt. Msx Luna, Lieut. Slier
rard Coleman and Arthur Hudson an
nouncing the safe arrival ot the Rough
Riders at Montank Point, Long Island.
The dispatches all state Hist ths boys are
all well, although Worn out by tnelr ser
vices in Cuba.
Albtrt i dare's, who lias been engaged
In the collection of the clly school poll
tax for three r.ajc, reports that he has
c ilieetid $1:25 nut of a total ot alsmt
l.r.ini due the schools from th's source.
In this e miiei'tioii it may 1st added that
de clerk of the board or education has
aii h'irisl the collectors to bring suit
satinet persons refusing to pay this tax.
According to the report or City Phy
sician Kuapp, there Is at present but one
esse or emallpox In the city, but as many
cases of the dread disease are known to
exist In the southern part of the terri
tory. It Is rln.r ly the duty of the city
council to take lm i a1 s'.e and effective
measures to prevent liie appearance ot
any moro cases in the city.
I he clly couucilof San la Fe has Quan
iuiou-iy adopted the following resolu
tions: lis It Resolved, That all persons now
resident within the limits of the rity of
Santa Ke who havs hot b.'en vaccinated
wlilun the last seven years shall within
Hie nut lirteen days lm vaccinated.
All bona tide itsiileiiis of the city,
wllli'iiit exception, si. all have the right
and privilege ot being vacclnate'l by Hie
nil physician lor Hie i-iini of 'At cents,
and ail persons loo poor to pay said sum
sli.ill have lie rlylil an 1 privilege of be
iU vau'iiiR.i'il tree by the clly physical).
All persons who do not heed this leso
lotion will he dealt with according ui the
provisions of ( Irtpter XXV of the city or
dluances in such cases.
Gallup, Aug IS. Ou Tuesday eveulng,
the Moutemnua baud, kind and tver
rewly to help a spirited object along,
came out aud i arched to the residence
ot Geo. Meyers, where a lovely sereuaile
was tendered Sergeant McHparron, of
that far famed regiment "Roosevelt's
Rough Riders,'' just lately returned
home. Sergeant MuSparron was one of
those who made that famous charge, on
The Block House on the Hill,'' and In It,
was wounded In the front part of his
thigh, but has now recovered and after
visiting his family and shaking hands
with his friends he will leave soon for
Camp Wlkoff, Long Island.
Pa'uier Krtuer, the genial manager ot
the Caledonian store left on Sunday for
a short visit t j the coast. When he re
turns he will bo accompanied by his
wits aud children, who have spent the
Prof. W. U Williams has finished his
house on Ax tec avenue aud has moved
Walter Colemso has secured a position
at Clarkvllle, for which place he left
yesterday. He will remain some time
before removing his family.
Jas. Siiedillns arrived from Pennsyl
vania last week and has accepted a posl
tlon in the Caledonian store.
Mrs, Alex. Klsle aud her sister. Mini
Georglaua Russell, left on Tuesday
inurulng for a visit to California. Tbey
will be gone two weeks.
Mrs. Huiunioud, Mrs. Chits. Myers'
grandmother, arrived here ou Monday
evening for a short visit to relatives.
She lett on Wednesday evening, accom
panied by her sou, tor her home in San
Ou Wednesday the Congregational
niiiiuay scuooi gave us limn tots a
frolic lu Box canyon. They all report
au excellent time.
Chas. Cotton, accompanied by his
sister, Miss Barbara; his brother, Juck,
and Miss Aoua Brockruan, arrived on
Wednesday evening from California
where they have beeu ssndlug the
summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cotton will
follow next week.
A purty composed of Misses Minnie
McCue, Pray Brown. Viola Swarlx. Lulu
Bolton, and Mr. Geo. Bolton aud Master
Joint Keegau left on Tuesday morning
to spend a mouth at the salt lakes south
of int. Uoiwon's Chou k.
From Ihv Koterprise.
Ami Young, who was bitten by a mad
dog some ten days ago, Is getting along
Harlan Thompson met with quite
painful accident. While riding a broncho
the horse threw him aud broke bis wrist.
He immediately weut to Dr. North's office
and had It set.
A horse belonging to A. C Thompson
ran away last Saturday with Misses
Kthel aud Lida Thompson, who were just
returning from a short visit In towu.
The buggy was overturned and the girls
thrown out but fortunately sustained no
other Injuries than a few braises. The
buggy was torn almost to pieces aud the
hoi mi cut one of his hind feet pretty
SII.Vt.K CU V.
Krom the Independent.
There Is a movemeut on foot to secure
a public reading room for Silver City.
There Is some sort of a nasty Insect
which is playing havoc with Silver City
shade trees. The (ollge just seems to
literally dry up.
C. I- Slack is losing uo time in pushing
operations ou the electric light franchise
for Sliver City, the franchise for which
was granted at last week's council meet
ing. Frank K. Milxted.the popular manager
ot the Tlmmer house, met with quite an
unfortunate accident Saturday afternoon.
He tell lu front of the Broadway, aud In
some manner twilled his right leg In
such shape Unit It was dislocated. He
also sustained painful Injuries about the
Last Wednesday Willie Tate met with
a serious acoldeut. He was riding on an
express wagon, when the horse rau away,
throwing him out aud serluusly lujurlug
bliu. lis received a deep cut on the chin
aud several severe bruises about the head.
It was thought at Urst that his skull was
fractured, but he Improved rapidly aud
Is able to be out again.
baking powder is Schillings
Inst baking powder. It
keeps and dues its work
Donahoe Hardware Co,
CORNKR RAILROAD AVKNUR ANI1 THIRD STREET.
THE GREAT MAJESTiC
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
We Carry the Largest Line of Steel Ranges In
pa f inn Tf if iiriff f mrm f 1 1 r f inrni mm mm mm mm tunm
IMU SULfMUK M'KINUS
wason & Tkinui.n, props.
Ths bejt quipo:d trl- vttVy four-hone a;c in the S uthrut. From Thorn
too to ths ftmou Sulphur Springi in tS Jcmcx Mountains. Lcav Thornton
Tuesday. ThurJy and Salurdiyt at . u m. arrive at Bland 12 nooni lesvs
Bland at I p. m. and arrive at Solohurs at 5 e. m. Stare return from Sulohun
Zj on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday, Parties leaving Albuquerque on Satue
H day can tpend Sunday in ths mountain. '
Round Trip Tickets for Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
E. J. POST & CO.,
W Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thoma All-Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburo and Studebaker Wafon
Write for Price. Mail orders given prompt attention.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO
Lively, Sale, feed and Transfer Stable;
Second St. oetween Kaircj imi Cr.jv A tea.
Horaaa and Mnlaa Bought and Eh&"crv
Aganta for Colambus ttarjgy Con.pa.
Tho Bt TurcaaU In tb Cltv
Carriages, Road Carts, Spring Wagon, Vtrrrras
Bujfpiei, Phaetons, Etc., for Sa!e : : :
Aldrfsn VV. L TRIMBLE ft CO.. AlbOTrrinH -w Meilco
Wliy hax tlii Issiiii of 3 ir cent
liiiviTiimiMit Itniids bi't'ii largely uver
Hiiliscrlbod wlii'ii oilier liivivlini'iits
ran lm scciirisl at 4 mid B per cent
and even Is ltiT rates of interest?
Why are tlie aldest liiisiiiess men, the
lurgmt luniks aid t lie Htriniest
fiiianclul Institutions eiiKi-r to wi-nre
these Diniils and willing to pay a
premium for tliem?
Is it because of patriotism? Not
altogetlier! 'Hie great reason la
lieruiuu of SKCTIUTV. Ileeiilise every
ilullar of principal und intirest is siite
and sure, and always, will he. 1
It this SKa iUTV is of such pani
iniiiuit lmHirtance in nil .ordinary
financial Contract, it should he a
thousand times more ho In a life as-.
Hiirance contract which protects the
family, the home, and the estate. In
hiicIi a rase the Urst ohject should he
that THK rill.K V AM TIIK COUI'ANY
A UK HAFK AND Kl UK.
The HtreiiKth and safety of the
Kiiiilahle are uot Kgi'Al.l.KD hy any
other I'ompiiny. It is Ihe hTKoMisT
IN TMK WOULD. I
Life Assurance Society
OF Tlin LINITliD STATES.
"Slronni-sl In the World.'
WALTF.R N. PAKKI1UK5T,
Nrw Mtxu'n uiul Aruoiu Deijurliiiviit.
Ai.urgi'KHurK. N. M
Uott'l Iuimisu feMI .uil Nuiuli. lusi .n. Attn),
To quit toba-co euniy .uij lurever. ls mil
nello. lull of Mil. nvrv uiul vieur, tab. No 'I t
itac.iu. wondur worker, Hint nnki weak mi-n
Mtronej AU tlrutfiaui, 6oc or .1. Cur.tfu.ruo
usoiX Uouklol .nd Muila frM. AJilrtsi
burling Kcmesli Co, Clocatfo or Mw Yura
aale Tii-Uii Will Mrlo luiluiuin To
Hurruw, Mrs. PotU' Iron haudlea (ic
Met of Urn. folta' aad lroua tl.mi
Kkk whipa 2c
liood buggy whip loc
II Haa Hi. Clilldran.
I'liaiuberlalu't Cough Keuieily has
saved the Uvea ot thousanda of croiipy
children. It la also without an vijual
for oolda aud whooping cough.
Huiua ftiul.ral Lard.
Hive pounds 40 cent.
Thu pounds "ft oeuto.
fifty pounds $.'.
bLANCHAltU Ml AT AND BlI'I'LY Co.
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Lee Wing Bros.
For Marly tw.lv. y.ara Dr. L.a Wlnx tiu
lit-1-11 an huDorril rt-aliti-nt 1 ( Denver and lis.
been pe mlltrd by the .killlul uk of the world
To brtnK he alth and happliiem to the tlumt
anda of thr alllirtrd who tid almoit glvvn up
btpeof vir bring curud. U.a Rratt-hil pa
tient are found in nearly every state in the
I nion, hit me dici nra txrlncr aent everywheie
hy mail or riprena. There ta acarvely a known
dinea e whic h these marvelous remedlea will
oi cure, hut they are eHprcially vatuahle id
chronic dueaaea of all klnda, female com
pUtntt, nervoua dehiltty, heart diaeaae, atom
a h trotthle, tape worm, rheumatism, blood
poison, seminal weakness, ayphtlia and all
seaual and private diseaaea.
TheNe famoua medU itiea can be bad from
the only American agcou,
LEE WING BROS.
Tlie lenownrd Chinese .pvclill.t., lKaO l.iri.
mer.tret-t. lK-nvfr. Con. ulutlon free, lfyou
cannot call, wrilr, liiclo.ing.IMnp (or circular,
and qurHtion tilank. A cure guaranteed or
WAN rt.lt, rOUlAlK, HUNT ANO MINT
Wanted Good rook, Inquire "00 north
Third atreet. Mr. J. I). Lkirt.
Wanted A girl. Rood wage. Apply
at ltiihy houiw), aoulh Klrat atreet.
Wanted Hoarders and roomers. Ap
ply at Mrs H. Fisher's, aoa W. Lead Ave.
Kor Sale A grist mill. Kinjulre of
A HrHt cIhms horse, harnesH aud phaeton
for sale. 4'Ji Keleher aveuue.
Native wine, pure and healthful, at
only DO een is a gallon at C. A. ramie's
A line assortrueut of new furniture
oulv, at 2ii south Klrst street, cheap for
oasfi or Installment. W. V, Kulrelle.
Kor gale Holler and euKlne, 4-horse
power, and 4 liors power gear, with
other machinery, at a hariraln. Address
Jolin New Under, No. 4U south Klrst
To Kent -4 room house and alfalfa. W.
To Kent Furniture aud household
goods. W. V. Kutrelle.
Kor Kent Kooms furnished and un
furnished, also light housekeeping. W.
sri'HtiKB' Il UOFIAN.
W. I). Krtend aud II. II. Illldehrand,
New Mexico; U. Heeker, Hnrlngervllle, A.
I'.; Paul Morgan. 1am Angeles; J. T.
Lllidsler, St. lmis; O. K' Klekard. Art-
Ulna; r. W. nudley. Howell. Mich.; W.(i.
Housemen, Colorado Hprings; John ti.
iow, -Morgan Hill, Cal.; Loc lie A. Hoyd,
Nohlesvllle, lud.; V. M. llisliee, New York,
I. J. Menard ami K. II. Mcl'ool, Ki Paso;
K. II. Mcdee, lieuver; John liui'kley, Hau
Kraueiseo; N. It. Hagau aud Johu Moen,
J. B. Kreediuan, HUbee. A. T.: Kdward
Hears, Laa Vegas; Johu I'. Joues, Denver.
K. 11 I'aullls. Lltchdeld. Ill : Alei.
Bowie and wife, tiallup; It. KUiott, Kay
llauimoiid. Las Vegas; William Kauisey.
Hulte, Mont.; Judson Kreuuer, Chicago;
C. tl. Curtis, Socorro.
iT. IIES COLLEGE
Santa Fe, Now Moxico.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 1.
For 1'artitulaia Apply to
Ho I for
It Knflomrti by
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER.
Agnt for Nw Mexico.
Also Agent for the tent HI'ILIiIVri an,l i.niv xqqiwn rmv
8TOCK KOH HAI.K.
Academy of " Our Lady of -Light."
llliAHrHN'O AMI niv ur II. u if L, l
SANTA m, UIKLS AMI YUL'N'fi LAIHKS NI'W MFXICO
rnNIMtl-TKII BY TK
SISTERS OF LORETTO.
Thi 1(5 th Academic Term Will Open iMomky, Sept 5th, II!!).,.
Thin Arailrinr la ltiiali-.l In a m.wt r,.,,r..l.lf liK-.ni..n In tl itv m f.im.iin Ut lt liculiliful
anil Mirrci h .- itii:.! I 1. I.n.l.l ..... ... ,.........i . i i . "
clmlniK HlfHin lii-iil. Imi nml mill HU-r. Ii,nh.
'I lif i-i.urM-;.! iiMtru. niiii ciiiniiriHi- rv,-ry Uam-h. nintrlbiitliiK til a tlnrouKli and Mined
rdiu atinii. Muiir an. I Art rrcvivv npvrul altrnliuii.
r.ir l-mnirn.il a. a,l.l,.-M.
Whitcomb Springs and Health Resort,
Eighteen miles east of Albuquerque, N. M.
Open All the Year.
Good accomodntions at reasonable rales. Th fnllnin(T ia th
analysis of one of the various springs at the Resort:
oouium cnioruie, grains per gallon 1937
Calcium sulphate, grains per gallon 14360
Calcium carbonate, grains per gallon 8.1896
Magnesium carbonate, grains per gallon 1.5188
Water delivered in the citv. Convevanre leavea Alhiinnrmio
for the springs every Wednesday
FiVRE 81 EACH WAY.
Order slate at O. W. Stronrr's. corner Sernnrl tr-t anrl rnnnxr
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
H. G. WHITCOMB. Proprietor.
yZlZZh A comp
" 1 " AAitil irriri 1" 1 11
Good Goods at Low Prices.
113 Railroad Avenue. Albaqueroue, N. M.
L. B. PUTNEY,
Wholesale Grocer 1
FLOUll, GRAIN &
Cr Lta QAolalty.
Farm and Freight Wagons !
RAILROAD AVENUE. : :
.' ,i v ..i-
Balldln Pap., "
Alwa7. In Block
First St. and Lead
QUICKEL & BOTHR, ProDs.
(duiXM-tiors to Krank U Jor.ftu.1
Finest Htlslles, Imported v& Domestic Winos and Cegnici
The Coolest tnd nirhest Gride of Ltftr Sr.rre4
Finest nilllard llall In the Tirrltory.
Finest and Best Imported and Domestic Cigars
JOHNSTON' ft .MOORE'S
Famous S'agrs ltave
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
J?"For the Resort.
Mverr Keil and Salen Stahles.
IMf'KH t ianr prt of th rity f.r nnlr 2oo.
Old IVIoptione ,. tl. Telephone No. 114
COPPER AVENUE, Bet."Sf7oDi aod Third Sis
r 'i f w
MONKY T LOAN.
and Saturday morning.
loto Stock of the
glas Shoes ;ind Slippers.
aee Slioi-s of All
Omrrtea th I.r(t and
Mottt MiUoitf tttook of
istaple : qrookrieb:-
To ba fnaad VoBtlivaat.
ALHUQUERQUE, N. M.
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