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THE ALMrQl:KKQU. DAILY C1TIZKN, TUKSt)A AUGUST 19 1902
, j vn .mi vor an rnnt unit clean and comfortable this blistering Weather. 6"3 THE HU1 uiil-i uuu uwtt j - - - ,-i THE COOL ONE -Simplest thing In the world. I Keep cool and clean Inside, and that makes me feel cool and clean outside I take a CASCARET Candy Cathartic every night before going to bed. It cleans and purifies the system, stop hot fermentation m the stomach and bowels, and makes xcesslva perspiration impossible. You know they work while you sleep, make rou feel fine all day. ' WANTED AS WIVES. American Hearts Fired by Tale of Beautiful Hawaiian Heiresses. Some of the Communication Ra reived ba Honolaln Rvpreaen tatlve nl the Pnn-Amorlean Expoaltloa. Note Ail classified advertisements r rather "liners," one cent a word for each Insertion. Minimum charge for ny classified advertisements, 15 cents. In order to Insure proper classification all "liners" should be left at this of fice not later than 3 o'clock p. m. LAS VEGAS FIRE. Pope's Fruit Stsre Destroyed A Poli tical Pow Wow-Coming Marriage of Prof, McKary. ' YOUNG MAN KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Special Correrpondence. Las Vegas, N. II.. Aug. 18. The fire alarm yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock brought the company and a large crowd to the fruit and confec tionery etore of R. t. Pope, on Sixth afreet rt-t la Mis. Vs..!ug's. The rear end of the shop, which was closed off from the (store part, and which wa3 wised as living quarters by Mr. and Mrs. Pope, was found to he ablaze. The company lost no time In getting a stream of water playing on the fire, and the chemical was also turned on and the .fire soon extinguished, but not until the entire rear end was complete ly gutted and charred. The store was not burned, but damaged by water and the crowd to some extent. A trunk and some of the bedding was all there was saved from the living quarters. The fire caught from the flue, which Ig nited the celling, made of canvas stretched over the rafters and covered with papers. Mr. and Mrs. Pope were la the front end and the fire was acci dentally discoveredd by Mr, Pope going to the rear for some fruit. There was insurance of flort on furniture and fixtures, which will hardly cover the loss. Mrs. Chris Christensen returned yes terday afternoon from her extended -visit back to her old home at Oelwein, Iowa. Mr. Christeen has taken the property vacated by C. V. Hedgcock, and will go to housekeeping. Some went to church, some bummed the streets, and some had a political meeting at the home of Adelaido Oon- sales back of the west side Catholic church, last night. It was a muttering, disgruntled combination of natives and Judge Long and George P. Money trying to talk politics and get a plat form on which to resurrect the old Un ionist party. There are said to have been over 100 present, and they pow wowed and motioned and accomplish ed nothing by midnight, when they xjave It up and went to lied like re spectable citizens should do on Sun day night. The meeting was composed mostly of democrats, and naturally there was not enough harmony in the whole bunch to even get a committee appointed. The 20-year-old son of Salvlno Gon sales, Guadalupita, was struck by light ning Saturday afternoon, and instantly killed. He was returning home with the cows from the nearby, grazing grounds, and was In the open. His clothes were fairly torn from his body and death was Instantaneous. A car load of girders have been rev eel red for the street railway and are being unloaded. Edward S. Scott, who has been viBit ing his parents here for the past few weeks, will tomorrow return to school at Wichita Falls. Texas, where he will resume his studies for another year, at the end of which time be will re turn to I. as Vegas to make his home. The engagement of Miss Ruth Ray nolds to Prof. James G. jicNary is an nounced. This estimable couple are at present with the Hewitt camping expe dition at Cochiti, but will return in a lew days. A large number of con gratulations are awaiting their return. Eugene Kisl;, the well known Santa Fe attorney, Is over from the capital city today seeing friends and transact ing business. Mrs. William MalUouf left this aft ernoon for Denver on a purchasing ex pedition. Sol Floersheim Is down from Spring er today shaking the hands of bis many acquaintances here. 11. r. Spencer returned Saturday eve ning from his trip up near Deuver. Mr. Spencer Is looking alter a mining deal here and trying to get hold of aome properties. He will do some develop ment work in the Coyote district. Ollle Earicksoa returned yesterday afternoon from his trip to Glasgow Mo., where he went upon the receipt of the news of his father's illness. His lather is now getting better, but be burled a brother while home, who took sick after his arrival. lion. J. 8. Clark left yesterday after noon for the north and will take in points over the territory and Amarillo, Texas, before he returns. He will be gone n couple of weeks. Mips C. A. Gardner, who baa been visiting at Keycs' ranch near Roswell, and who has a number of friends here, departed yeBterday afternoon for her home In HolyoUe. Mas3. One of the classes at the Catholic church on the east side went to the mountains today on a picnic. John Harris, manager of Gross, Kelly's house at Glorieta, was here to day and left for Gallinas Springs Lively Time Expected. There are two county republican computers nt Sinta Fe. cno regular and one the outgrowth of the bolt in that tounty two years aso. i'he mat ter, it ii said, will rem- before the ter ritorial irpublican committee next Fri day for settlement. "base ball at vvingate. Gallup Deferted the Soldier Boys in a Close Game. A large number of Gallup peopls weie tvt Fort Wingnle last Sunday tc . Some of the Methodist Sunday schoci witness the 1 ai fu.an;e between t:u-1 classes will C for a picnic up the can- Wingale and Gallup clubs, says the Re yon tomorrow. publican. The game was the best W. IJ. and Howell Givens and wife ,,)ayed in the county this year. Several returned last night from a two weeks' I fine plays were made on both sides, sojourn In the mountains near Bernalillo. Dr. Meredith, who is a general mis sionary in Kansas for the Daptista and who represents some lO.uuu coiorer. ( people, is in the city and occupied the local Uaptlst pulpit last night. D. J. Abel, who went through with the Quien S-.be club, stopped off here between trains yesterday for a visit with William Rosenthal while en route home to Albuquerque. Max Nordhaus came in last evening from Trout Springs and returned to day. Wednesday. Mr. Nordhaus will take his guests, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ilfeld and Mrs. J. Judell to Harvey's for an outing. Mrs. Harry Fox left yesterday for her visit with relatives In Kansas City. She will be gone a coupie oi months. Mrs. Christian Sellman was this morning granted a divorce by Judge Mills from her husband on the grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment. More serious charges are iu the complaint. nit it was found not necessary to pre sent them in evidence. Mr. Sellman one or mem neing u uunit i uu "j Wildey, of Wlngate. The game was a clean ctit one from start to finish, and a fast one, too. Tho score was as fol lows: Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Gallup 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 5 Fort Wingato ...0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 u J Congressman Moss Renominated. Bowling Green, Ky., Aug. 19. The republican congressional convention or the Third district held here today re sulted In the renomination of Con gressman McKenzie Moss without op position. Committed Suicide. Aspen. Colo., Aug. 19. Jas. F. Mc Millan, a well Known mining broker, died this morning of a wound Inflicted by himself with a revolver with suici dal Intent. He has been mentally un balanced for a year. He was a native of Canada, and came to Aspen in 1887. Cranberries to be Plentiful. Grand Rapids. Mich., Aug. 19. The tivtppnth nnnual convention of tne Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' iiH not resoond to the suit, and let it association began today at the state l . . go by default. Mr. Sellman Is also out I experimental station near here, me of the city, and has been since the suit I members of the association report the outlook good for a record breaking har- vctt this year. Big Meeting o. Buyers. New York. Aug. 1 The leading cities of the country are represented at the annual convention of the Buy ers' Association of America, which opened in New York today for a ses sion which will last through tomoirow. Aside from the aunual election of offl- for divorce was filed. A. M. Bergere Is here from Santa Fe telling what wonderful things are go ing to lie done in political life by the outcasts this fall. He has been on a trip over the terrritory, getting his head together with a few of the dis gruntled AgneB Schill, of this county, has en tered suit for divorce against her hus i j V, 41 1 tinw rnalrllnfr in Mexico, and asks the custody of the cers many important questions are two children. She alleges non-support for, " ","n' and desertion, and she does not feel chief of these being a proposed amend nu rarrvine the name of a huBband l ' i.di..h hr date of the annual meeting irom au W IIU IB UUl ai vs fcw l , - Isaac Appcl left this morning for a &ubl i r trip to Santa Hosa on business anu vo Paaeant of Infantry, find out how hot it is on the plains. AbIiui v Park. N. J.. Aug. 19. One The following men have registered ,v,n,,KBnd iltt,B tots were either trun minging locations: Fred Emery, the I ed oyer tne i,oardWalk along the Clipper, in San Geronimo district, 1)each or toddled along in true infan Frank M. Beggs. the Caroline, in ito fa8nlo on the occasion of the ciada district, and O. A. Hadley, the tt,ntn Bnnutti ,any I)arade this after Agnes, in Roclada district. noon. The affair was under the man Miss Annie Doll, who has been visit- agenu,nt 0r Mr. Harold B. Ayres, who ing her brother, Phillip Doll, here, left a)BO acte(1 aB grand marshal. There today for Los Angeles. She Is from were ful 301100 people lined on loth Chlllicothe, 111. . sides of the avenue for a distance of Will Curtis and family lert toaay tor , 0(M) vardf. over vhich matting had New York city, where Mr. Curtis has a ,ieeu Bl,read for the triumphal proces position in the Lnitea states nay slon 0f the children yard. Warren J. Lynch, general passenger and ticket agent for the Big Four rail road at Cincinnati, passed through here this afternoon en route west Mrs. Vanndlver, mother of J. D. Not grass, met his mother at La Junta. Miss Rose C. Davison has returned from Buffalo where- fhe represented Hawaii as commissioner at the l'an American fair. While she was in Chi cago, a newspaper made her say that the Hawaiian girls were all beautiful and heiresses and just waiting for American youths to nsk theiii tn mar ry. Miss I)avi:-on denied the interview, ays a Honolulu report in the New York Sun, but it brought lur a flood of letters from American youths. Here are some samples of her correspon dence : "As I see by te papers that you are representing the Hawaiian i.slaud peo ple at the Pan-American exposition at Huffabi and seem to put much stress upon the golden opportunities which are afforded to Americans to pain for tune besides a beautiful woman, I take upon myself the liberty of ai!lres.sini you a short epistle concerning- the climatic conditions of the islands, and also the advantages offered one with out means. If I am not intruding upon your pood nature too much I would be pleased to have a response from you upon this subject and also the cost t transportation. If I can secure the proper information which would war rant one in goinjj there, I would have no hesitancy in doing so. Are the peo ple of the- islands conversant in the English language and do they mix readily with the Americ.-.r. people?" "As you will see from the letterhead. I am a dentist and would like, if possi ble, to locate in a climate milder than this. I would be greatly obliged to you if you wouW tell ms whether or not vnu consider it probable that I would find a favorable opening for ofie of my profession in the Hawaiian islands. I am a white man, '.10 years of npe, grad uate of a first-class dental college (the Chicago Dental college), and have been in practice four jenrs." "I and a friend of mine would like to become acquainted with s-ome of those girls. We are both sober and indus trious men and would thank you ever so much if you would do us the favor of sending us the names and addresses of two pretty Hawaiian girls, who want pood, handsome white husbands, as we wish to correspond with tlirm. "I am led to believe that you would mafrv if vou found the right man. If this be the case, I bf to open a corre spondence to acquaint us with each other, in order to speed matrimony. All that I am looking for, is a loving wife." "Be pood enough to let me know how much truth there may be in the state ments, as my experience, covering the Inst six years, has convinced me that a yountr man of -my ape (2fi) mipht do considerable worse than to select a wife outside of a country which pro duces young ladies in the middle eon ilition of life that leave considerable to be desired in the Jfcny of intelligence and morality." "I see you speak of your nice and lovely Havaiinn girls, who want white husbands. You say the pirls are very wealthy. There are nice men, honest and honorable, who would trade color for wealth in this country; but very few of them have money to take them to Hawaii. Could they only meet both their condit ions mipht be bettered." "I am only 34, and lately lost what little money I had in nn investment with other gentlemen which proved a failure, and would like a little infor mation on the subject on which the in closed article treats. And if you would do me the honor to enliphten me, I will be grateful for the service." "I am 29 years old, have had good business training, am enerpetic and steady and can give first-class refer ences, covering my entire life from school days to the present. I have never had time to consider matrimony, but would not be averse to it under certain conditions, but wouTTl like the opportunity of growing up with your country. I am five feet seven inches in height, weigh 150 pounds, and am well built and in perfect health. Now, if you can put me in a way to open a ?orrespondence with the proper par ties, I will feel greatly obliged." CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with bath. Enquire No. 513 West Fruit avenue. FOR RENT 7 room house, 208 North Arno. Wm. Kleke. FOR RENT Two or three furnished rooms for house keeping. 213 South Third street. FOR RENT Furnished room 1 pri vate family, with bath. DIG 4,orth Second street. FOR RENT Large furnished rooms over tho postofllce, $10 a month. FOR8ALE. 0. W. STRONG & SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Marble and Granite Monuments Local Undertakers Santa Fe Pacific Railroad. 201 211 North Second Street. Both Phones In Our Office FOR SALE Pony team, harness, two- seated wagon, saddle, chickens, and two iron beds. Inquire 803 West Tljeras avenue. FOR SALE A bargain, $230 for a mountain home, consisting of nearly an acre and a half of ground; 72 fruit trees; good adobe house, furnished, inside measurement 13x24 feet; tent 14x16; good poultry yard and hen coop; chickens and chicks about 75. For particulars address "L. H." care Postmaster Placitas, via Bernalillo, New Mexico. FOR SALE Well paying confection ery store in good location. Party leaving town. Address Y. Z., Citi zen office. FOR SALE A forty acre ranch near railroad; 20 acres in fruit trees and vines; 400 shade and ornamental trees; good pure water from a sixty foot well; good adobe residence and outhouses. For particulars inquire at The Citizen office. FOR SALE Several beariiiul homes and city lots. These are bargains and must be seen to ta appreciated. No trouble to show property. See Jno. W. McQuade. FOR SALE Several hundreds pounds of bran new brevier and small pica; good type stands, tables, etc. In fact a country newspaper outfit furnish ed. Inquire or address The Citizen. FOR SALE Several hundred pounds of old papers, good for wrapping purposes, cheap. Address, The CJtt ten, Albuquerque, N. M. FOR SALE Old papers, 25 cents pe: hundred, at the Citizen office. IN THE PASTURE, BROOK or browsing on sweet herbs and meadow grass, the cattle chosen by us have fattened during the summer. Wc choose nothing but the finest, the fattest and primest cattle from farm or ranch for our market. We are eood Judges of meat on the hoof or quartered, and only the choicest beef, mutton, lamb or veal finds room at our market. Wm. Farr WE POINT WITH PRIDE...:.. to our designs in bedroom, parlor and dining room furniture. But designs, exquisite as they may be, are not the only requisite In good furniture. We claim for our stock seasoned materials thorough workmanship and more than moderate prices. How does this strike you as to figures $1.50 and up for a cane seat rocker. See our metal construction couches, full size, only $15.00. Futrelle Furniture Co. West End Viaduct Cor. Second Street and Gold Avenue "'jALrv'bout- . rURNITLlREl. WANTED, WANTED A flat top desk. Call at rooms 10 and 12, Grant building. Dr. E. N. Wilson. WANTED Two pattern makers, to go to Uisbee. Ariz. Apply to 410 West Lead avenue. WANTED At once a girl for general housework; good wages, no children, at 519 West Tijeras avenue. WANTED Woman to do housework. Good wages; no small children. En quire Citizen office. WANTED A few domestics and cooks for private families. W. B. Oilman. WANTED At once, a number of bridge carpenters to work on the Santa Fe Central railroad. Apply at company's general office, Santa Fe, or to August Relngardt. Kenno dy, N. M., via Galisteo. WANTED Gents' good second hand clothing, shoes and hats, 515 South First street. Call or address R. J. Sweeney. WANTED Five young men from Ber nalillo county at once to prepare for positions in the government service. Apply to Inter-State Corres. Inst., Cedar Rapids, la. OCODCOOCOGCOOOCOOCOO GEORGE B. WILLIAMS, DRUGGIST 117 West Railroad Avenue... Twenty years experience in prescription trade. Refer to Albuquerque physicians "generally. Auto. 'Phone 458 Colorado 'Phone 63 OOCOCXXXXXXXXXXX30CX Over a Dead Horse A "horse" lawsuit took place this morning uciore justice umwiuiu. n short time ago Ortiz & Co. were called upon to put shoeB on a real genuine bronco belonging to Sol. Block. In A. A. Gause, one of the engineers attempting to snoe me auimui .. who w as let out temporarily, will go to El Paso tomorrow. Mrs. J. Norrington and daughter, Miss Bertha, left yesterday for Chi cago, where they will make their fu ture home. They have been in Las Vegas the past year. 210 210 had to use force and threw the horse to the floor. He was unruly and very particular, and kicked at everything within his reach. Finally, the men con quered the boise, but not until he had burst a blood Vessel, when death oc curred a few seconds later. Tho firm offered to pay Mr. Block what they considered a fair price for the horse toatfcrraer Itldora Ilav Goat. A writer says that typical southern ers very rarely have gout in their low er extremities, and he explains his statement as follows: "The moment one sits down. he looks about for some object upon which to elevate his feet. usually resting them on a chair or win dow sill if indoors or the balustrade if Tn the porch or piazza. Now, the lo cation of gmit being simply a question of specific gravity, it does not descend to the feet because of this habitual elevation. If it j-hould pet there it would be obliged to climb. The small ness of the southern foot is accounted for in the same way that is, of course, the southern man's foot. The women never elevate. Englishmen have MISCELLANEOUS. CASH PAID for distributing samples. Send stamp. American Distributer, Kansas City, Mo. 004VO00K0K000 HOTEL CLAIRE... SANTA FE, N. M. FIRE PROOF, ELECTRIC LIGHTED. STEAM HEATED, CENTRALLY LOCATED. BATHS AND SANITARY PLUMBING THROUGHOUT. LARGE SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MEN. AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PLAN. GEO. E. ELLIS, Proprietor and Owner. oooooooooc HOUSE FURNISHINGS F urnlture, Crcckery, Ranges. Stoves, Glassware Borradaile & Co. Printing! 13 Modern Type, - Vou know the McSpadden Transfer company. They move pianos; move them with dispatch and great care so that an instrument is never injured. McSpadden has moved 210 pianos Hinrn January 1. That's a record. Mc Spadden moves everythlug tise. that can be put on wheels. ,. o The ice cream lor the old town so ciety picnic and for the lawn social at J. W. Anderson's last evening was fur nished by Delaney. o If you purchase a Chlckerlng piano nf the WhlUon Music company you d not hesitate to tell your friends vou have a aenuine Chlckerlng. Es- 7 . .. . , .T-. II... In 1R-T tablisnea in ioiou, but he refused, setting a uig prue on. who,,pin(T bi(f feeti wnil.n they keep the horse. The case was decided and lllastered ri ht down on ttie ground or ...1.1. a 1, n t I Mr. Block no doubt now wlsiies mat he had accepted the price tendered him by Ortiz & Co. A company is arranging to put in dredges at the placer diggings, Walnut Grove, Ariz. . ACKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS cure dyspepsia and all disorders aris ing from indigestion, jrnaorsea vy puy alpln everv where. Sold by all drug gists. No cure, no pay. 25 cents. Trial package free by writing to VA H. Hook er ft Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. J. H. O Rielly ft CO., and 13. H. Briggs ft Co. floor at all times, as if afraid of let ting something get away from them. They have gout in their feet in conse quence." N. Press. Ba Grow Lons la Kaasaa. 'Jack's" gigantic beanstalk would have attracted comparatively little attention hi Jaaper county, where the oil is so fertile that almost any old grow th in vegetation may be expected. As evident- ot this, even in a year of unprecedented drought, there are shown in a Carthage store window bean pods some of which are 37 inches in length. They are the product of a local gardtn. Kansas City Journal. . i Modern Presses, it Modern Ideas, kst ' t C competent workmen r. aro necessary fortrj piuJuc- -A vv tlon ot mini .-ru . 't. Mine JobPnntinjr. our Jou Prmiln;: (Icpiirtm.-nl ' 1 tum'.s icJ v.li:i ull tlw requ:- J v.5 elu-s KT turulu -jut Mtt--l.isr, j !f ,!t-r.ii:i I Klllle i lirL- 1LBU ' V rU. We ex;i'Ule a s uull'n di-r v.-1 til liie fame euro nsJ c ... i , ... .. i, ... 1 1 - . ,., f. UllllIUU.UI.ltiIUUV. lb I '..J ct yoo uothlir; lo t all ot ;'U' y . .u , ...... .,..,. i , Ollj-e w urr yui iiuvu 1"-'" ;' ..y. ' Iitaudl-urn what we X 1 6.iv' "s II l.:r. Von will l- t.-a'fl IM 'i v,'l'lvlJllr wii-'t ' .V ,'J '' j " "jf f.rli-ror not; b'H y u v i.i r.i. I ) ' " Hut ur wurk, qu.uuy ( in ' U rlnls iisivl au.l prii'i a ull I ,? of Hie kiud luul uuru.i 'l pt-a 'iyjsv "is- - THE iiltC&DE 311 South First street. FRANK VAJO, PROPRIETOR. Tha best of liquors served to pat rons of the bar. Nice larga rooms, everythins bran new, upstairs for lodging purposes. . J. A. SKINNER Do-Jei In .j Staple and Fancy. Groceries 200 WEST, RAILROAD AVENUE, .RUCUBaUE.Il. U. - THE BAILEY (PNEUMATIC) yWHALEBONE ROKDWAGON N .uiwrlor to orOiiutry vrtiM-lr. Ht mymty quality. Krawia aarall)r Ir I'nruiutlr. lurllH-lruiMiituar..nilwt will aMllt!..--.ruiuu in them irr uuataUnw IkUwm tiMi UVN nkUa uut mMaa one, ml not Kith ttwslawa awd. . " Vtrvt alwiira ItyUi aiUi II). Ma.iilatc Jauitawi iwMry. "ltlimafc panlhiK n,!.-' 1'inl h.m I" live .hih tl ww anm n4 anm rMhiff. TTKorber & Co., ZS?