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THE ALIU UUEKQt'K lMli.f CJTIZKN. FRIDAY, MAY '12 lJ05
HOUSEHOLD BRUSHES KM Tooth Nail Hair Cloth Hat Baby TH K MOST icllnhl ((iinltt v to he found in the market. Kvery tine (fuarantopd ns represi-nied or money refunded. , Mnny Knitlish, French and llussmn. ALVARADO PHARMACY B. H. BRIGGS&CO., Prop. Colorado, 'Phone 48 ... Automatic 'Phone 397 Albiiciitrrotic viiihri) RUQHES McCREIQHT, Publlahera Thou HuibM Editor W. T. McCrelght....Mt;r. and City Editor Published Dally and V.'eekly. ;UNIONtMEABtl OFFICIAL PAPER OF BERNALILLO COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY CF ALBUQUERQUE Associated Preae Afternoon Ditpatchee Largest City and County Circulation The Largest New Mexico Circulation Largest Northern Arizona Circulation Copies of this paper may be found 00 le at Washing-ton In the office of our special correspondent, E. Q. Blggers, (18 r street N. V., Washington D. C. Terms of Subscription. Dally, by mall, one year, In ad rance $5.00 Dally, by mail, one month GO Dally, by carrier, one month 60 Dally, by carrier, one week 20 Weekly, by mail, one year 2. CO The Dally Citizen will be delivered In the city at the low rate of 20 cents per week, or for 60 cents per month, when paid monthly. These rates are less than those of any other dally pa per In the territory. SUBSCRIBERS will confer a favor on The Citizen by notifying us immedi ately of any non-delivery of the paper. their opinions 1 ro and run upon the question as have other citizens of the two territories; but neither more nor lens. However, the question wh-ther the people of the two nerrltorles do wish combined statehood is not at all settled by any means. Delegate Rodey is hack east working In the interest of statehood for New Mexico. He has faith that congress will give us statehood at the coming winter session. If not separately, then with Arizona combined. Work at the mill site Is going along nicely, and in 0 very short time the big building oT the American Lumber company will be towering skyward. This is an immense enterprise, and will help make Albuquerque one of the big industi'ial cities of the southwest. In some sections of New Mexico, owing to the backwardness of spring very little grass has come up, while in other sections grass is reported to be knee deep. This spring, from all Indications, la clearly demonstrating the fact that it will break all records for weather variety. Bitter- Are you a sufferer from loss of Appetite, Sour tomach, Indigestion, Constipation, Insomnia or Mai" aria, Fever and Vnl 1,1 he 1'iirecl'r Then c iiiimirr i e t:ik In the Hitltrs lit ! ce It pcisi t i vr I y cures ther mln flit. A ttiiil will con. vinie yuu Oatcla. Plaintiff alleges that she was married to Antonio Garcia In 1805, and that he deserted her two years thereafter and that he has never con tributed to her support since that time. Mrs. P.arcla r.ks for the custody of j their minor child and for the restora-1 tlon of her maiden name, Sarah L. Payne. Herney Dempsey appeared before Associate Justice John R. McFie for his preliminary hearing on the charge of shooting up Tres Piedras. He waived his examination and was bound over In the sum of $1,000 to await the Hi tlon of the grand jury of Taos coun ty at the next regular session of the First district court for that county. Dempsey was arrested last week and placed In jail at Santa Fe. One day lust February he entered Tres Piedras and after drinking considerable whisky whipped the bartender In a saloon there, and. arming himself with a re volver he found behind the bar, went (.ut and shot up the town. He is now In Jail in default of bond. Sir Thomas I.ipton evidently values the Shamrock III. more highly than either of her predecessors of the same name. The previous Shamrocks were Insured for JfiO.000 each, but the latest hallenger has been underwritten at $100,000. Of course these amounts are far below the value of the yachts. Divorce suits in Arizona are shorter than bathing suits at the seaside, f ggg Memorial Day, May 30. The Orand Army of the Republic will observe. A big volume of water Is going to waste along the Rio Grande these days. All of the Albanians have not de clared their allegiance to the sultan but the remainder do not count. They are dead. An Ann Arbor professor says some men are born better than others. And some professors seem to be born more foolish than others. Phoenix, Ariz., is after a sugar beet factory, and will no doubt offer good Inducements for the establishment of a factory in that city. Senator W. H. Andrews, before starting on his present trip to the ter ritory, visited at Washington In com pany with Senator M. S. Quay of Penn sylvania, and had an Interview with the secretary of the Interior, for the purpr.se of procuring a share of the appropriation for the Immediate coa Btructlon of reservoirs and an Irriga tion system for New Mexico. Senator Quay informed the secretary of the Interior thee ziti there that he would make it his butUnt to see that Nw Mexico was not neglected any longer In this Important Matvr. Everybody knows that the senior senator froir Pennsylvania Is a "stayer." The sec retary of the Interior promised to lok Into the matter at once and wpoo'cion part of the appropriation to New Mex ico if this could possibly be done. The outlook for the recognition of New Mexico's rights and necessities in this line, is becoming brighter. World Wide Reputation. White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world w,ue reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers, and for its tonic Influences on weak and unthrifty children, as it neutra lizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach, Improves their digestion, and assimilation of food, strengthens their nervous system and restores them to health, vigor and elasticity of splrlta natural to childhood. 25c at J. H. O ivielly & Co. LAS VEGAS FLOPPER HIT. Kxtracts from the Advertiser. Ry the time the average person has reached 40 he begins to feci like an old doll that is leaking sawdust through a dozen places. The Optic. It la presumed. If the Kloptic's ed itorial column Is any rritrrion. that its contributors have all reached the leak ing period. The Advertiser seem to he qu'te a thorn In the side of the pedagogical aggregation that has been turned down so bluntly by the leaders of the repub lican party, to which It tvi"d to annex lUelf througn the back door. It Is now singing "Rack to the Deestrict School, Democratic Party, or Any Old Where." The white elephant is get ting obstreperous. The bargain counter editor at the republican mourner's bench who is installed as the overseer for the news paper properties at this end of the dis trict, realizes the recent flop was not a wise move. He has Incurred the en mity of the democratic followers and Inst the support of the republicans and has been turned down on every hand, and seeks to reimburse Papa with hot, vituperative air in lieu of cold sheckels. If he wants the barrel opened and the inside workings of his combination exposed he is on a fair road to hit the ftrBt rocks in the path way of amateur Journalism. , Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats, hacking coughs, pain in the lungs. Your doctor will explain this. He knows. Trust him. We send doctors our formula. Doctors have tested it for 60 years. J. C AirrCo.. LowtU. M..S. Is was covered and all melons growing on that vine will be seedless. Care must be taken not to cover the bud or tip end of the vine, only cover a section of vine from six to ten Inches n length. Ynma Sentinel. No man can cure consumption. You can prevent it though. Dr. Wood s Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma. Never fails. A GEN Ehml. uuN PLAY. A Free-for-AII Fight Seemed Imminent in Deming. Monday Robert Herrlngton and Al Watkins met on the streets of Dem ing and decided to settle a difficulty existing between them with their fists. While they were exchanging blows. friends of both parties gathered around them flourishing revolvers and It for a time looked as if there would be a free-for-all fight. Sheriff Foster appeared upon the scene and soon auelled the disturbance, but not until two shots had been fired, one of which took effect In Watkins' hip. Injuring him painfully, but not seriously. Four men who flourished guns were arrest ed and fined. The governor of Pennsylvania, in trying to stop cartooning ,has only made it necessary to go out and buy several additional personal scrap-books. The popular street fair given at San Bernardino, Cal., proved a big success financially, and was much enjoyed by a large crowd from all sections of southern California. While people were being prostrated by heat in New York day before yes terday, out west there were snow storms and blizzards. This Is Indeed a variety of climate. THE GRADUATE AND THE BRIDE. The backwardness of theseason does not retard the appearance of those two harbingers of summer, the girl graduate and the June bride, Bays the Chicago Tribune. No "frozen thaw lngs" can prevent them from "budding at the prime." Yet the girl graduate has encountered some chilling winds in educational circles. Her bouquets have been wrested from her, the med als that she was once proud to win have been called Ignoble prizes un worthy of her consideration, and her blue-ribboned analysis of "Egotism and Individualism" has been subjected to ridicule, nut the best part of her remains, her "commencement charms her confidence in her own powers and her belief in human goodness. And the June bride is equally confident and hopeful. No dreary statistics going to prove that divorce is increasing, no records against early marriages will shake her conviction that it Is her sacred taste to show what a true mar riage should be and to wave the con jugal flag before other anticipating eyes. It is well for the world that the graduate and the bride should form a part of the summer's promise, for with out their sweetness and faith what would human nature be? This Is the age of electricity and the man In New Mexico who sighs for the days of the ox-carf Is an obstacle to the progress of the territory, and the prosperity of Its people. You never neard of any one using Foley's Honey and Tar and not being satisfied. Alvarado Pharmacy. Albuquerque is on the upward grade, and just sailing along as rapidly as her busy and energetic citizens can push her. She is leading all New Mex ico cities and Is bound to maintain ber lead. Track laying on the Santa Fe Cen tral Is progressing satisfactory, while grading is going on at a fair clip on the Albuquerque Eastern. These two lines will penetrate a rich section of New Mexico. Russia is grieved because the United States criticised her actions in the Manchurlan affair. The picture of a Siberian ruler confessing to lascerated feelings by reason of a few words is truly entertaining. It Is said that quite a number of fed eral and territorial officials in New Mexico and Ailzona are opposed to statehood, says the New Mexican. That paper says it does not take much stock in rpnnrt. but even If true, what of It? If the people of the two terrl toriea will accept combined statehood they will vote for it regardless or or flelal opinions Federal and terrltorl Don't let the little ones suffer from eczema or other torturing skin dis eases. No need for it. Doan's Oint ment cures. Can't harm the most del lcate skin. At any drug store. 50 cents. o Typographical Delegates. At a meeting of Typographical Un ion No. 405, Santa Fe, held Wednesday night, R. H. Bowler was elected as delegate to attend the annual conven tion of the International Typographical Union, to be held in Washington, D. C, August 10. M. Lopez was named us alternate. Over 1,000 delegates will be present at (he meeting. The Wash tngton Typographical Union, No. 101 composed of some of the best men in tlie trade in the country, has for sev eral months beeu making extensive preparations to make the coming meet ing excel any ever held. Trips will be arranged to Mount Vernon, and many points of Interest In the vicinity of Washington and to the countless points in the city. FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Suits Filed In Taos County A Shoot- ist Bound Over. Argument In the Injunction suit of Jose D. Lopez versuB Benito Montoya of Taos county was heard In chambers of the First dli-trlct court by Associ ate Justice John R. McFie. sitting as Judge of the First district for Taos county. The attorneys In the suit are Benjamin M. Read for the plaintiff and A H. Renehan for the defendant. The suit Involves the right to an easement. A suit was filed in the First district court for Taos county by District At torney E. C. Abbott for the territory of New Mexico, against the persons, real estate and property described In tne delinquent tax list of 1901 for that county. Suit was filed in the district court for the game county by counsel for Sarah L. Garcia versus Antonio JEMEZ & SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE. Carrie the V. a. man; only line with a change of stock en route; good rigs, horses and drivers; leaves Albuquer que every day in the week, except Sunday, at 5 a. m. For particulars address W. L. Trimble & Co., agents Albuquerque, or J. i. BLOCK, pro Be 5 flour Dog Which the working man has fought for and succeeded in obtaining is something the wife ha no share in. Her day be gins before big and ends long after it, as a rule, and many a night ber rest is broLeu by the bubv's fretfulness. The healthiest woman must wear out under such a strain. What can he expected then of those women who are weaken ed by wouiau ly diseases i Women w n o are weak, worn-out A Starring Test. To save a life, Di.'T. O. Merriit, of No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a startling test resulting In a wonderful cure. He writes, "a patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages, caused by ulcera tion of the stomach. I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute tomach and liver trouble so I prescrlb ed them. The patient gained from the first, and has not had an attack in four teen months." Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation and kidney troubles. Try them. Only ujc at all druggists. o How to Grow 8eedless Watermelons. Plant melons the usual way and when the vine Is three or four feet long, cover the vine over with dirt about two feet from the hill or root and In a few days if the soil Is kept moist, it will be found the vine has taken root where Is was buried, then after It has started a strong new root sever the vine near the place where PROFESIONAL CARDS DENTISTS. W. V. Wolvln, D. D. Dental Surgeon Santa Fe Pacific Railroad. Grant Block, Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'Phones. Ellis MacDougall, D. D. 8. N. T. Arm i Jo building, room 2. Office hours. 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p m. to 5 p. m. Appointments made by mall. Automatic 'phone 157; Old 'phone 62. The Union Market (07 Wt Gold Avenua. A CO.. WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSuR PASSED FACILITIES THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUEBQUb, N. M. ,,4BSWSiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBSSBSBBBBBBBSal EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS. CAPI TAL, $100,000.00. W 9 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: M. 8. OTERO, President 9TRICKLER, V. P., and Cashier, W. J. JOHNSON, Aitt Cashier WM. MclNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEO. ARNOT. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL W. A. MAXWELL DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON, TOPEKA 4 SANTA FE RAILWAY CKKXTOOOOOOOOOCKXJOCKXKX J. M. nOORE (ESTABLISHED 1886.) Real Estate, WM. GOETTINQ Proprietors. All kinds of Fresh Meata handled. Sausage making a specialty. JOE RICHARDS, CIGARS ujtt West Railroad Avenue. Edmund J. Alger, U. O. 8. Sua Railroad avenue. Office hours, I: a. mfl to 12:30 p. m ; 1:30 p. m. to 6 p. m Telephone 462. Appointments made by Mil. LAWYERS. Bernard C. Hooey ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. Albuquerque, K M. Prompt attention given to all business pertaining to the profession. Will prac tice In all courts of the territory and be fore the United 8tates land office. Ira M. Bond ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, 42 F street N. W., Washington. IX C. Pensions, lands, pat ents, copyrights, cavlata, letters patent trade marks, claims. William D. Lee ATTORN EY-AT-l. AW. Office, room 7, N T. Armljo bi'llrting. Will practice In al the courts of the territory. R. W. D. Bryan ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, K. M. Office. First National Bank building. Frank W. Clancy ATTONET-AT-LAW, rooms I and S, N T. Armljo building, Albuquerque, N. M. E. W. Dobson ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office, Cromwell block, Albuquerque, N. M. New Phone 152. Old Phone 69 Residence, New Phone 863. ...J. W. EDWARDS... The Veteran ...Undertaker and Embalmer... 18 Years Actual Experience License No. 100 by the State Board of Health of Kansas. Office and Parlors 307 W. RAILROAD AVENUE Open Day and Night. 11 I lite i aa d run-down will find new and new strenirth in the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite l'n-srription. It establishes regularity, dries weakening drains, heals inflammation and ulceration, and cur -s female weakness. It makes weak women strong and sick women well. Kick people are invited to consult lr Pierce, by letter, fiw. All correspondence is 1; 'M as strictly private ami sacredly covtidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, lUi'V:io, N V M MiO' T'-vl .ith frmtiie weakness sbout etgM yean in Vi f-;vcr:i . i-i.K'tjr ..ut ilrrivcd. nohfue At until I 'T 'i.n In I'urie's Favorite In scription ' -.r r Mf. John f.icen. of UanviU. Boyle C .. l. " " - nti.iivaie wu recom metKltcl to ii. h 'ithit pMtirnta 1 have taken six butt.. a:. . I i--1 like another perauo." The deaiv .. .j offers a substitute for "Favorite i' eM-ription," is only seeki" to make thv. utile more profit paid on the sale of less meritorious medicine". Ilia piout it your loss. Refuse all sub stitutes lh- Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should lie used with " Favorite i'r-'scripUon " when ever a laxative U required. John H. Stlngle ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Cromwell block. Albuquerque. N. M. Room) 17, PHYSICIANS. Di. J. E. Bronton Homeopathic Physician, Whiting Bloc- MUSIC. See Jos. A. Blondln, Manager Al varado Trio for music for receptions, muslcales, banquets, etc. Headquar ters, Hall & I.eurnard. 1882 1903 F. G. Pratt & Co. Sole Agents for Casino Canned Goods, Jas. Heekin & Co.'s Coffees, Im boden's Granite Flour. Staple and Fancy Groceries ?14 South Second Street. HUsboro Creamery Butter Best Earth. on O.ders Solicited Free Delivery J. A. SKINNER Dealer in Staple and iFancy Groceries ?06 WE8T KAILROAD AVENUE ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. PIONEER BAKERY SIMON BALLING, Proprietor. Successor to Balling Bros. Wedding : Oak : a : Specialty We desire patronage, and we guarantee first-class baking. W7 ft. First 8t., Albuquerque, N. M. Fire Insurance, Loans ABSTRACTS OF TITLZ TO BERNA! ILLO COUNTY REAL ES TATE AND MINING. PROPERTY FURNISHED PROMPTLY. WILL INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN BEST COMPANIES AT LOWEST RATES. HOU8ES RENTED. RENTS COLLECTED. TAXES .'AIB AND ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY FOR RESIDENTS AND NON-RESIDENTS. MANAGER OF Albuquerque Abstract Company Next Doer to First National Bank. New Telephone tTt, -''!....- .1- t. .l!Ti Albuquerque Foundry and hrdiimJMs, R. P. HALL, Proprietor Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shafting. Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbitt Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for Buildings; Repairs on Mining and Mill Machinery a Specialty. FOUNDRY SIDE RAILROAD TRACK ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. THE JOHN BECKER CO.. Roller Mills aDd. Elevator Get Your Summer Sail Made at WILLIAM G IE AS MR THE TAILOR 2161-2 SOUth Second St. JMbiqaerqae "ffl' Early Risers The famous little pills. I -if - 1 t 4 . it It -J When you want to buy Flour and Bran,Vcr r want to sell Wheat, write to THE JOHN BEOKEK CO , Props. BELEN, N. M Cheap California Trip In Pullman Tourist Sleeper daily on fast train, with pleasant people. Save money and travel comfortably. Personally conducted excursions, in charge of experienced agent, tri-weeklv To Los Angeles, San Francisco Inqulr of local Sfsnt Santa Fe You win like the Service officials have as good a right to have prietor, Jemes, N. M.