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THE ALIi UlTtiKQUE DAILY CJT1KN 8ATUHDA . JINK 6 1903
Local Happenings J J. T. McMurray of Las Vegas was In the city. J. J. MrCoi mark of Santa Fe was In the metropolis yesterday. J. Nestor Ortiz and wife, of Ortiz, Colo., passed up the road for home yes terday morning. Hon. Rugene FlsVe, the well known Santa Fe attorney, was here on some Important legal matters. A. C. Abeytia, a prominent merchant of Socorro, passed through tue city yesterday en route to Santa Fe. Hon. O. A. Richardson, chairman ol the Irrigation commission of New Mexico, is at Santa Fe from Roswell on official business. H. T. Conger and wife, of Eepanola, who were on a visit to California and the Orand canyon, passed up the road bome-bound yiterday. Mist IXirling, of Ia Vegas, who has !een attending the College of Ag riculture and Mechanic Arts at Mesllla I'aik. passed through the city this motninn on rouso home. I r. S. M. I.ane, a prominent physi cian of Silver City, and family, passed through the city this morning en route no IVnver. They will stop a few days at GloriAa and fish. William White and daughter, of Ijis Vegas, were In the city between trains this morning, while en route home from Los Angeles, where they have bfB spending a month. Those who have trotters and those who hire, had better have a care and not get to going too fast over the Coal avenue viaduct. A policeman will keep his eyes open and any offender will be treated with a visit to Judge Crawford's court. The Citizen has received the follow ing marriage announcement: "Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Seymour announce the mar riage of their daughter, Harriet Louise, to Mr. Albert E. D. Carscallen, on Wednesday, the third day of June, 1901. at Mesa, Arir." Mrs. M. W. Flouinoy and daughter. Miss Nell, with their guest. Miss Jean ette Walton, will leave next Tuesday night for Terminal island, southern California, where they will take pos session of the Flournoy cottage and will remain away for several months There will be no base ball game on Sundav afternoon at the fair grounds. The Raton ball team can not come, and Manager Berry reports the diamond In ba4 condition owing to the reins of late. The following Sunday a good game will be provided Henry M. Donahoe has moved his wife and daughter. Miss Ruth, out to his sheep ranch for the summer. Mr Donahoe Is located between Laguna and American valley. He reports cold back-ward spring In that section and savs that ha will not save more than fifty per cent of his lambs. B. G. Adklns, who sells "dry climate cigars" over the western half of the United States, spent the day In the city visiting local trade and will leave tonight for Gallup. Ue expects tore turn to Albuquerque next Tuesday. He says that he sells more cigars In Albuquerque than any other town of Its size that he visits. Miss Edith Davis, who was Instruc tor of English at the New Mexico Col lege of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, at Mesilla Park, the past year, passed through the city this morning en route to Topeka, Kai., where, In the near future, she will become Mrs. Bowen, wife of Dr. Bowen, a prominent physi cian of the Kansas capital. but none as fine and as well equipped as this one. He is also much pleased with the electric power with which the new mills are supplied. Next Sunday the new mills will begin run ning night and day. On the first Indication of kidney rouble, stop It by taking Foley's Kid ney Cure. Alvarado Pharmacy. Back From Jemez. J. W. Edwards returned Thursday evening from a week spent at the Jemez hot springs. Mr. Edwards was accompanied by his family, who will remain there during the summer. He says that the Jemez country Is a won derful country and contains a num ber of most Interesting geological phenomenons. It Is a little cool up there yet and a fire Is comfortable both morning and evening. It rained n the mountalas most every day M. Edwards was up there, and on last Tuesday a heavy hall storm visited the country. The storm wai so great tbat severpl lnul.es of hall stones co ered the ground. The mountains were white with hail On Decoration day. Commander Ed wards and Dr. Shields, an old soldier residing at the springs, found and dec orated the grave of a deceased com rade, who ha.1 heen burl-sl on the mountain side there.. On Monday Mr. Edwards was Joined by Capt. R. H. Greenleaf. and they went troat fish- ng on the Cebolleta river. They had good luck and caught gone nice strings. MINING NOTES. Ten Years in Bed. R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakvllle, Ind., writes. "For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys. It was so severe that I could not move part of the time. I consulted the very best medical skill' available, but could get no relief until Foley's Kidney Onre was recommended to me. It has been a Godsend to me." Alvarado Phar macy. HE SHOULD TUMBLE. A Model Young Man Once, Now Very Muchly Otherwise. Marshal McMlllin is watching the anttos of a certain young man, who, only a few years ago, was a model young man an-1 one of the best clerks In this city. Since that date, drink has bloated his face, the comb for months has1 not been used on his head, tsttered and torn Is his clothing, shoes In the worse possible condition for wear, and his appearaace, from top to bottom, does not belie the assertion that he had fallen Into the class com monly known throughout the country as a hobo. He should take a tumble to himself on reading this notice, and either brace up or leave the city, so those who knew him when a model yoting man cannot see him in his pres ent dilapidated condition. No good health unless the kidneys are sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys right. Alvarado aar luacy. George H. Browne, who for the past couple of years had charge of the Hyde Exploring expedition business at Farmington, and who, recently, went to California on business, has re turned to the city, and It is under stood will again accept his old posi tion at the wholesale grocery estab- llkbment of L. B. Putney. Interesting to Asthma Sufferers. Daniel Dante, of Ottervllle, Iowa, writes, "I have had asthma for three or four years and have tried alout all the cough and asthma cures In the market and have received treatment from physicians In New York and other cities, but got very little benefit until I tried Foley's Honey and Tar which gave me immediate relief and I will never be without it in my house. I sincerely recommend it to all. Al varado Pharmacy. . o NIECE OF MARTYRED PRESIDENT, John passer, of llillsloro, has left Denver.where he has gone to purchase 11,0(10 feet of piping, and a boiler and pump for a pipe line which Is to ! laid from the Percha to the H. G. M. fe M. company's mill In Ready Pay gulch. C. L. Constant, a mining engineer of New York, is In Prescott, having ar rived from the st. He Is there for the purpose of examining the Lone Pino mine In the Big Bug district. He will probably remain for a couple of weeks. The famous Great Republic group of mines, located near Grafton, Sierra county, and owned by Kingsbury Bros. & Co., has been bonded to east ern capitalists. It Is reported that the properties were placed at Isn.ism and that a large amount of development work will be commenced at once. Some 8,000 shares of North Percha Gold Mining and Milling company stock were sold at Hillsboro one day last week. There was no solicitation In the transaction, whatever, it was taken by men who believe that North Percha stock Is a good Investment. These properties are looking well. It was the Intention of the directory of the United Gold Mines company operating on the Alaska and other mines at and near Congress, Arizona, to put the stock of that company on the market Jane 1 at the opening price of 20 cents per share of the par value of $1. Owing to unavoidable circum stances this will not be done bfefcfe July 1. George D. Upton, general manager of the Oro Grande mine In the Wick enburg district, is in Prescott. having come up from that camp, where he has been for the past few days, since his return from the east. Hverythlng at She Oro Grande Is prospering, and ex tensive preparations are being made for the erection of a forty stamp mill and a complete reduction plaat. In a report from the superintendent at the mines of the BiBle Belle Cop per company, in the Wlckeburg dis trict, Arizona, It Is stated that a ledge of ore was opened up in the cross cut the other day and that at the time ol sending the report they were working on fourteen Inches of solid ore, assays of which gave: Gold, $2.06; stiver, .35; 30 3-10 per cent copper. The tunnel U now in GOO feet and the company ex pects to he soon ready to shtp ore. The Prescott Herald says: The JsMce tunivl, Troy, Is in 140 feet, work ing three shifts, making about six feet per day. The company experts to commence building reduetion wortre on the north bank of the Gila river, near Riverside, as soon as the Phoenix (k Eastern shall have reached tHat point. In one of the drifts on Alice, fourth level, a rich body of sulphide ore was struck, and the exton of it Is not yet determined. The Buckeye still contiuues to yield copper ore in paying quantities. Probably one of the largest mining ventures ever contemplated In New Mexico is the proposition of a syndi cate of Colorado Spring capitalists who are ahout to organize a company to work a mountain of quart located in the northern part of the Black range, this territory. Engineers have carefuly examined the ground and es timate that there is in sight from 4, 000,000 to 10,000,000 tons of ore that has a valae of $4 per ton gold. They figure that they can pump the water some twenty miles and save $1 oa each ton of ore treated. They propose to put up a 200 stamp mill to treat this ore. Free Medical Advice to Women. I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diaritioea Remedy. The uniform success of this remedy " as made it the most popular pre para- ion In use for bowel complaints. It Is werywhere recognized as the one emeJy that can always be depended pon and that is pleasant to take. It especially valuable for summer liarrhoea in children and is undoubt edly the means of saving the lives of a great many children each year. For ale by all druggists. Rev. W. A. Cooper, who was at Messila Park in attendance at the meeting of the board of regents of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, has returned to the capital city. It is understood that the regents awarded the printing for the college to the New Mexican Printing company for the fiscal year ending June 30, iyo4. Miss Grace McKlnley Passed Through City This Morning. Miss Grace Mckinley, niece of the nation's martyred president, William McKinley, was in the city yester day. She arrived from El Paso on the 7:10 train and left on the 8:30 train for the east. She was handed a mes sage at the local station and seemed much troubled. She was traveling alone and paced the platform the hour aud thirty minutes she spent in the city. She seemed anxious about the long wait the train made In Albuquer que and made numerous inquiries about the floods east and the possibil ity of the Chicago train getting through, or whether it would le better for her to go by way of Denver. She had a ticket that read Canton, Ohio. The, El Paso-Kausas City sleeper, which usually goes through, was cut oft here and the passengers were com pelled to take the Los Angeles sleep er, which was already crowded to stuffiness. Miss McKinley was one of the pas sengers who was annoyed by the change, and this also added to her dis pleasure. She wrote and sent several telegrams and took little Interest in what was going on around her, al though she was the cynosure of the large crowd of staring, inquisitive peo ple, who gathered on It being whisper ed that the tall, handsome lady in the black dress and jacket was Miss Grace McKinley, the young lady that broke a bottle of champagne over the prow of the battleship Maine, when that uoted cruiser was christened. During the summer kidney Irregu larities are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated. Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foley's tvidney Cure. Alvarado Pharmacy. For years this remedy has been the standard nerve restorative. Thousands of happy men owe their newly found strength to Its use. Bezine Pills replace weakness) and exhaustion with strength and vigor, the brain becomes clear; the nerves steady aud aim; gloomy forebodings are banished and perfect vkallty U ful ly restored. If you are suffering as above, try a box; you'll be encouraged by Its effect to take the full course of six buses then if you are not entirely cured, we will refuud your money. This satis factory offer is one of the factors of our success. 11.00 per box; 6 boxes (with guaran tee tocure or money back), Su.00, mailed in plain packaKcs. Book free. Paax MxoiciXB Co., Cleveland, Ohio. For aale by B. H. -legs ft Co. I ah w Automatic 'Phone No, 516I Residence, Automatic 'Phone 299 Bell Telephone No. 115. LOCAL UNDERTAKER SANTA FE PACIFIC RAILROAD. COMriERCIAL CLUB BUILDINO. Every sick and ailing woman, Every young girl who suffers monthly, Every woman who is approaching maternity, Every woman who feels that life Is a burden, Every woman who has tried all other means to regain health without success, Every woman who is going through that critical time the change of life Is Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., In regard to her trouble, and the most expert advice telling exactly how to obtain a CURE will be sent abso lutely free of cost The one thing that qualifies a person to give advice on any subject la cxjerienco exiwrience creates Knowledge. No other person has so wide an experience with female 1II3 nor suoh a record of success as Mrs. Pinkham has had. Over a hundred thousand cases come before her each year. Some personally, others by mail. And this has been going on for twenty ygars, day after, day, and day after day. Twenty years of constant success think of the knowledge thus gained! Surely women are wise in seeking advice from a woman with such an experieiux), especially when it is free. Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, wrote to Mrs. Phikliam when she was In great trouble. Her letter shows the result. There are actually thousands of such letters in Mrs. Pinkhaiu's possession. " Drak Mrs-Pixkiiam: I have been under doctors' treatment for female troubles for some time, but without any relief. They now tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I cannot sit down wutiout great pain, ana ine soreness exienas up my spine. I have bearlnjr down pains both; bsk and front. My abdomen is awDllen, I cannot wear my clothes with any comfort. Womb is dreadfully Bwollen, and I have had flowing spells lor three years. My appetite ia not good. I cannot wak or be on my feet for any length 01 time. "The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor, gtven in your little book, accurately describe my case, bo I write to you for advice.1' Mrs. E. F. Uayks, 853 Dudley St. (Boston), Roxbury, Mass. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I wrote to you describing my symptoms, and asked your advice. You replied, and I followed all your directions carefully for soveral months, and to-uav l am a well woman. "The use of Lydti E, Plnkhitm's Vegetable Compound, together with your advice, carefully followed, entirely expelled the tumor, and strength ened the whole system. I can walk miles now. " lour Vegetable UompouiKl 18 worm nve aonars a arop. i aavise mi women who are atllicted with tumors, or any female trouble, to write you for advice, and (rive it a faithful trial." Mks. E. F. IUteb, 258 Dudley St (Bostou), Koxbury, Mass. Mrs. I Inyo w ill gladly answer any and all letters that may be addressed to her asking about her illness, and how Mrs. Pinkham helped her. FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith proline thn nrlfflnnl letter and slgnatura ot ttbuv towUUMMlial, aliicU will itrnre its absolute gnutunss. I.y.tia K. 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Tba dally afternoon rain, which lasts about thirty minutes, no cools the atmosphere as to make the evenings and nig s lovely. Between the music, the flowers and the pretty customs of oar Mexican neighbors; between the beautiful nights, and balmy mern lngs, and Ue cooling sea breesea of day, one becomes so entranced with '.he beauty of this country as to never forget his trip nnder -The White Umbrella." -iW'C" ' he Mexican Central o la prepared tc turn'h you with thr best of accommodations to ti o points in Mexico. Call on or address, o K K IT, W. D. MURDOCK, A. a. ft P. A.., Mexico W. O. MEAD, a ., El Paso. C. R. HUDSON, Q. F. P. A.,Mexleo.