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THE ATJ5UQUKRQUE DAILY CITIZEN, TIIUKSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1003.
is HOUSEHOLD BRUSHES Tooth Natl Hair Cloth Hat Baby Til V. MOST ieliable quality to be found in the market. Kvor.v one jriiBrantced a represented or money refunded. Many F.nglish, French and Russian. ALVARADO PHARMACY B. H. BffGfif a CO., Rrop. Colorado, 'Phone 48 ... Automatic 'Phone 397 V s Albtirtiifrfiiif DnHij (JiHjH, HUGHES ft McCKEIQHT, Publlabera Tkoe Hu-he Editor W T. McCre!ht....Mr. and City Editor Published Dally and-V.'sskly. union()label official paper of bernalillo county official paper of city of albuquerque Aisuclsttfl Press Afternoon Dlapatchee Largest City and County Circulation The Largest New Mexico Circulation Largest Northern Arizona Circulation OopVa of this paper may be found on at Washington In the office of our special correspondent, K. Q. Blftgers, IIS street W. W.. Washington P. C. Terma of Subscription. Daily, by mail, one year, In ad vance $6.00 Daily, by mail, one month 60 Daily, by carrier, one month 60 Dairy, by carrier, one week 20 Weekly, by mall, one year S.C3 The Daily Citlsen will be delivered ta the city at the low rate of 20 cent per week, or for 60 cents per month, when paid monthly. These rates are leu than those of any other dally pa yer In the territory. UB8CRIBERS win confer a favor on The Citlsen by notifying na Immedi ately of any non-delivery of the pa- on 8 evil to be apprehended, and there fore say. "Those charged with safe keeping of the young should use every precau tion and exert all their authority to protect their charges against the dan ger resulting from the use of toy pis tols, percussion caps and other noise maklng agencies. Death from tetanus is most agonizing. The department repeats its Injunction of previous years: Do not bind or clone up any Fourth of July wound or any wound produced as such wounds are. I.ock jaw, or tetanus, is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plentifully in street mire and especially in and around stables. It is inactive so long as exposed to the air, but when car ried beneath the skin and buried in the flesh, as in the wounds caused by bits of percussion caps or by rusty nails, and when the air in thus exclud ed the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known. This is the cause of lockjaw. Have any Fourth of July wound, no matter how apparently insignificant, dressed by a doctor who will know how to cleanse it thoroughly and ap ply the proper treatment to prevent the growth and activity of this bacillus and the resulting lockjaw." in comlnk to El Paso Is to make it Impossible for the railway companies to secure the attendance of witnesses other than those who may voluntarily attend. "The courts of Texa are a private snap for some of the people of the ad joining territory and they come hun dreds of miles to get away from the scene of an accident, hoping o cinch tat! ways that are doing more for tliis city than all the non-resldont litigants that conic to u? trn court.! of Texas." that the water is falling at all points north of here, snd you can look for a fall at Albuquerque from now on. All danger Is past for this season. The alfalfa cutting has been delayed somewhat on recount of the rains for A Wife Says: " V hivi four children, Vith the first three I luffercd almost unbearable paint from I? In 14 fuuirm. And xA in tie rAemA an4 the past few days, but at present fine of chloroform. I wd three weather prevails, and the first crop is of Molhtr; Fritnd Mott ouf now all gathered hera. This win un- ch.1(, e4me wWch dunbtedly be n banner year for all 4 itrorie ial aJ kinds of crops, as the spring rains has ne4ljtBy boy, doing been something unusual for this sec- my houleworr. up tlon. There has been very little Irrl- t0 within two hour I gation done here this spring, as there 0f birth, and suf- Piernont Morgan ha" Dfon Plenty of rain for growing feredbutafewhard The house of J f,.rnihpH much of the British loan crops up to the pieaent. tw wnnt to nav the soldiers In the Several of the farmers here are talk Hoer war. and now he 1b arranging to Mm? of building and Improving their furnish the monev to build a railway farms all of which goes to snow mat for flermany from Constantinople to prosperity has struck this section of the Persian Gulf. .Mexico Ie suro of four yeors more of Cftcial Diaz. He has Just been note Stated by acclamation by the liberal union convention for president, and this means his election without opposition. The United States postofllee de partment In 1902 Issued domestic money orders amounting to over $313, iioo.Ihio and foreign amounting to near ly $23,""0,tHi0. New Mexico. The citizens of this place are still on the warpath against An anias Skinner and It would not be healthy for him to ever pay a visit to this section, as some say they have got some feathers and chickens enough to make out a covering for him If he comes. Crops are all looking well and the prospects could not be much better. During the last, ninety days of the present fiscal year 6,109.000 acres of government land were filed upon Should this Increasing ratio be' main tained between 25.000,000 and 30,000,- 000 of acres will be taken from the public doman the present fiscal year. ft LAS VEGAS SCANDAL. The usually placid village of Las "Veaaa la all torn up over the territor ial insane asylum scandal and invest! cation, and to add fuel to the excite ment Jefferson Raynolds, the mildest aaaa In all that town, became impress d with the notion that he could whip the editor of the Advertiser, Earl I-O'on, and preceded to the office of the Advertiser and slapped the editor aforesaid. That was as far as he got 1a the fight Lyon rose up and whipped he banker to a finish In one round. ta nearly always precarious business going to another man's place of bust neaa to whip him. Every man fights lieet In his own township, and Lyon appears to be Justified in defendin himself. The afternoon paper at Las Vegas controlled by Mr. Raynolds, as a mat ter of course, throws the whole blame on LyonB. Ex-President Cleveland put at rest the current rumors that he desired a renomlnatlon by declaring that un der no circumstances can he be con sidered a candidate. Rockefeller has grabbed up the Col orado Fuel and Iron company. The octopus is gradually absor'ni.i; the earth and the price of o'l continually Increases. Investigation into the affairs of the $40,000,000 shipbuilding trust shows that the concern had nearly a million dollars In real money. VASELINE NO GOOD FOR HAIR. It appears that the territory had a narrow escape from be In? again af flicted with LouIb Suiziwhtr, who was sent to far away Porto Rico as Judge to the taiitfai tloi of everybouv He wanted to be Judge in McMillan's place, and it Is furtunnte that one of the numerous SniiVi family lived in Mxhtgan and wanlcl the place. LAS VEGAS BOSS. Having bought both the daily pa len In I-as Vegas and consolidated them, the bankers of that village now propose to run out of town the editor of the Weekly Advertiser, who ap pears to have opinions and is not arfraid to express them. To the Ad vertiaer is due the publicity of the In jrane asylum mismanagement. By money and threats the Advertis r may be driven out of business in I,as Vegas, but if it Is it will be a great aniafortune to that town. When a bank coucludca that it is rains- to control a town, and starts out to run things on the per cent plan it la time for the people to rise up. It la given out that the committer which has investigated the territorial insane vlum .! :al will rake a e- port favorable to the officers of that tnsti' ulioc. PREPARING TO CELEBRATE. The Chicago board of health has taken a very sensible precaution in preparation of the Fourth of July by loaning a special bulletin concerning the treatment of those who get blown v or otherwise Injured on that joy ous and patriotic occasion a sort of "first aid to the wounded" circular as it were. The health authorities of that city regard the causing of lock RAILWAYS ON THE DEFENSE. The El Paso News says of an abuse that the New Mexico legislature tried to abolish: "Several litigants In New Mexico have been enjoined under the law passed by the last legislature forbid ding residents of the territory from maintaining suits In Texas against railways In the territory for Injuries received there. "The legislature went upon the the ory that the courts were created for the benefit oCapeople and property in the territory and that the local Inter est compelled to defend outside New Mexico was unjustly treated. "Of course, the law can have no liearlng upon anyone who lives out side of the teritory, or who removes therefrom. "But. for Instance, take the case of the young man who resides in county one hundred miles from El Paso and is suing here for a fortune because he was not able to buy a through ticket from a certain station and whose journey was delayed, it is alleged, and who claims that he suf fered illness in consequence of a wait and exposure. "The court has served notice upon the claimant that under the law he must not entertain the suit begun in El Paso. He can sue in New Mexico and let local Jurors pass upon the merits of the case. If he removes to this city, and proceeds with the lill gation under the accommodating law of Texas, he cannot be interfered with by the New Mexico court. But if he ventures into the territory he can be proceeded against tor con tempt of court in disobeying an order of a tribunal. "Now this statute may possilily not e sustained if tested; hut the courts of New Mexico ought to be able to settle the causes of action that arise in the territory and relieve the tri bunals and the taxpayers of El Paso from the time and expense involved in a multitude of cases where rail ways would perhaps settle with em ployes and outsiders on a fair basis in most instances where liability could lie established. "New Mexico men who rush to El Paso to sue a railway for damages for personal injuries, Instead of de pending upon their neighliors to do them justice at trials in the territor ial courts, are usually not railway men, often pauH'rn, or at least claim inability to pay court costs. The tax payers must 'pay the freight,' ex pense of juries, furnish a judge and perform a labor of love for non-citizens. Even if a railway company be mulcted, it pays but a crcentagc of the costs and the salary of the Judge is not considered in the matter "Of course one purpose of litigants Dandruff Germ Thrives in It, as Well as an All Grease. A well known hair specialist in vited the Inter Ocean reporter to come to his office and see, under a micro scope, how the germ that causes dan druff thrives in vaseline. The special ist said that all hair preparations con taining grease, simply furnish food for the germs and help to propogate them. The only way to cure dandruff is to de stroy the germs, and the only hair preparation that will do that la New- bro's Herpicide. "Destroy the cause. you remove the effect." Without dan druff no falling hair, no baldness. Ask for Herpicide. It is the only destroyer of the dandruff germ. 10c In stamps for sample to The Her picide Co., Detroit, Mich. B. H. Hriggs & On., special agents. "Sold by leading druggists. Send pains, l hu lini ment Is the grand est remedy ever made." Mother's Friend will do for every woman what it did for the Minnesota mother who writes the above let ter. Not lo use it during pregnancy it a mistake to be paid for in pain and suffering. Mother's Friend equips the patient with a strong body and clear intellect, which ta turn arc imparted to the child. It relaxes Do You Enjoy What You Eat? I the muscles and allows them to expand. It If you don .. your food docs not do relieves mornine sickness and nervousness. you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure , puta 4 (he orean concemej fay perfect t, - VW- ILl t. .;;,m, " :: condition for the final hour.so that the actual take when there Is anything wrong ..... e with the stomach. There Is no way bor is short and practically painless. Dan- to maintain the health and strength get of rising or hard breasts is altogether of mind and body except by nourish- avoided, and recovery is merely a matter el a few days. Druggists Mil Mother's Friend tor (I s settle. Ibc Bradfleld Regulator Co.. Atlanta, da. Bend f" eur Ire llluttrstad boat. PIONEER BAKERY SIMON BALLING, Proprietor. Successor to Balling Bros. eacung : Cake : a : Specialty vVe desire patronage, and we guarantee first-class baking. .'07 6. First St, Albuquerque, N. M. J. A. SKINNER Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries ALGODONES BREVITIES. River High Alfalfa Cutting Building Improvements. Special Correspandence. Algodones, N. M., June 24. There was some excitement here last even ing over the report that a seven foot rise In the rivet was expected last night, but this morning proved it was false report and the river is now steadily falling. No damage whatever was caused here by the high water, with the single exception of the ranch of Justinl and Castello, which was overflowed somewhat and some slight damage done to the crops. Albuquer que is perfectly safe from danger of the flood, as we are Informed today ment. 1 uere Is no way to nourish ex cept through the stomach. The stomach must be kept healthy, pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up. No ap petite, loss of strength, nervousness. headache, constipation, bad breath, sour risings, rifting, Indigestion, dys pepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by tue use or Kodo. Dyspepsia Cure. Sold by U. H. Brigg; & Co. and S. Vann & Hon. o If you want first class FIRE WORKS see O. A. Matson & Co. o The Leggett & Piatt No. 1 spring sold by Futrelle Furniture company has no equal. Everyone sold under guarantee, thirty days trial and If you don't like it your money back. Never sags or get out of shape. o National Holiday, July 4, 1903. To all stations within a radius of 200 miles we will sell tickets at the rate of one fare, plus 60c, for the round trip. Trinidad also Included. Tickets on sale July 3 and 4, limit July 7. See A., T. & S. F. agent. F. L. MYERS. PROFESIONAL CARDS DENTISTS. W. V. Wolvln, D. D. C, Dental i-eon Santa Fe Pacific Railroad, L it Block, Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'Phones. Ellis MacDougali, D. D. S. N. T. Armijo building, room 2. Officr hours, 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p m. to 5 p. m. Appointments made ty malt. Automatic 'phone 157: Old 'phone 62. Edmund J. Alger, U. D. 8. JuS Railroad avenue. Office hours. : mfl In 12:30 d. m.: i:"to d. m. to o D. m Telephone 482. Appointments made b mtu. LAWYERS. Bernard S. Hooey ATTnnNRY-AT-LAW. Albuo.uero.ue, N M. Prompt attention Klven to all business pertaining to the profession. Will prac tice In all courts of the territory and be- foro the United states lana oruce. Irs M. Bond ATTORNET-AT-LAW. 42 F street N. W., Wuh niton. L. u. renBions. innun, und ents, copyrights, cavlats, letters patent trade marks, claims. William D. Lee ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Office, room 7, N T. Armlto bulldlns. Will practice In si the courts of the territory. 106 WEST KAILROAD AVENU. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. New Phone 152. Old Phone 69 Residence. New Phone 353. ...J. W. EDWARDS... The Veteran Undertaker and Embalmer... My urnbu ance service I perfect having jus- f dded to my bus nei-B nrw up-to-date rubber t.r-d tllTK A M IIU LANCK which mil' fill a lone teltwsnt to I he guff fringed InpartcatlB prompt ly t day in niK-tit. My motto in holiest work ht re s liable p icm. 307 W. RAILROAD AVENUE GRANT HALL. JOE RICHARDS, CIGARS HJVS West Railroad Avenue. R. W. D. Bryan ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Albuquerque, fv M. Office. First National BanK Dunning. . Frank W. Clancy ATTOXNET-AT-LAW, rooms I snd . N T. Armllo but dinar. AiDuquerque, n. m. E. W. Dobson ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Office, Cromwel. block, Albuquerque, N. M. John H. Stingle ATTORN ET-AT-t .AW. Cromwell block Albuquerque, N. M. " PHYS'CIANS. Di. J. . t3ron.cn Homeopathic phvi-in Room 17. Whiting Bloc" Is p 1 fl jf..i Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Paid In Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 TRANSACT A OMNMVAL TRUBT COMPANY BUIINC iNTKRmmr paid on bavino ocpoairm We have ample means and unexcelled facilities for the transaction of a trust company business inall of its branches, are prepared to render prompt and satisfactory stivice and respectfully solicit your business. Savings Depart ment Extract from regulations: "There Is hereby created and established a savings de partment, which may receive deposits of money In trust and allow thereon interest as hereinafter provided. The deposits, Investments and all business of the savings department shall bo kept separate from the other Susiness of the company, and the trust fund thus accumulated shall he invested in first mortgages on improved real estate and other high-grndp securities, and the notes, bonds or other evidence . such i -vestment shall be held by the company in trust for the sav ings depositors and tvlely applicable to the repayment of such depositors." Our savings department will be open to the public on the first day of July next. Special attention will be given this class of business and every inducement, consistent with a conservative business policy, wiil be offered to encourage persistent accumulation of savings by savings depositors. Gel Your summer sul Made at WILLIAM GLEASNER THE TAILOR 2161-2 SOUtD Second St. AiDuquerque OrriCERS AND DIRECTORS W. H. Olllenyvmfr, Rr0ldnt r. A. Mubbmll, Vie Rratldsnt J. C. Bmldrldf, Vic Rfmldmnt Alfred Oruntfmld, Vice Rremldant Dr. W. a. Hop David Roaamvald Dr. John Tmaehar Oolomon Lunm M. r. Rmynolda Oolomon Wmlllmr A. B. McMillan Blmon Btarn N. K. Btavanm W. R. Whitney Designated legal deposito.-y for public, trust and fiducial y funds of all kinds. Abstracts of Title made and certified. WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE BANK OF COMMERCE Of ALBUQUERQUb, N. M, EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS CAPITAL, $100,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: M. 8. OTERO, President. W. S. 8TRICKLER, V.P. and Cashier. W. J. JOHNSON, Asst. Cashier wm. Mcintosh solomon luna geo. arnot j. c. baldridge a. m. blackwell w. a. maxwell depository for atchison, topeka & santa fe railway THE JOHN BECKER CO., Roller Mills and Elevator I ! : V"1!',. i.o.L . Ill "T?" . : . ' V- JF to ifSlisiii i P . . -V . . . .... r-i.. , ..ky When you want to buy Flour and Bran, crvwant to sell Wheat, write to TTTR JOHN BEOKEK CO . Props 3ELEN, N. M JEMEZ A SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE. Carries the U. s. 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. u. BLOCK, pro- Jaw from the wounds as the most serl- prietor, J ernes, N. -i. Sickness steals more sav ings thau the burglar. Slowly, coin !y coin, the money that hns been so hardly esrned u paid out lor time and doctors. Sickness is the worst enemy of the work lug m.iii, and the commou cause of the working man s sick ness is iliseiise ot tue atoiuacn often involving the heart, lungs, liver, or kidneys. The use of Lr. Tierce's Golden Med ical Discovery will stop the stealing of the savings by sickness. It cures hs eases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It cures dis eases of heart, liver, lungs, kidneys, etc., when these diseases are caused liy the diseased condition of the stomach and its allied organs. Aliout ten years go I brga to hive trouble with my .tomac-li." writes Wiu Cunnolly, ol vis Walnut blr-cl, Lormu. Ohio, "It 1U lad I had to lay on quite olteu two ana lliree in s week, iny atoinach wuuhl Moat, and I would belh up tfaa. and wu in awful uUlreat at auch times. 1 nave employed and been treated by the beat doctor in the city but sot no help whatever. .mie uy or other lhapiwne.1 lo Ret hold of a vial of your ' Helu ia.' and I thou -iit lev helped inc. It v.u then I wiole to oi. r advice. You told me thut by my symptom you thought 1 hao liver cn." .;.:r.nl, uud auvtcd tltc uae of your ' r.,4,n Nit lit al Pi-ovrry ' aud 'Heaaaut CeUrla' iu -ouiie(.-tiou. i hec mcdi cinea i havi t. knl c .rr.-led an.l am very happy to tate that I commented to get better fioui tiic atari and hav nut lMt a day this suuimer on account of my aitunaih. I iecl tip tup, aud better than I have foi ten years." Accept nc substitute for " Golden Med ical Discovery. " Nothing else is "just as good." Dr. Herce's i'leasant Pelleta regulate the bowels. MUSIC. See Jos. A. Dlondln. Manager Al- varado Trio for music for receptions, mimlcales, banquets, etc. Headquar ters, Hall & Learnard. The Union Market t07 Wast Gold Avsnua, WM. GOETTING A CO., Proprietors All kinds of Fresh reats bandied Sausage making a specialty. 1882 1903 F. G. Pratt & Co. Sole Agents for Casino Canned Goods, Jas. Heekln & Co.'s Coffees, Im boden's Granite Flour. Staple and Fancy Groceries 114 South second oirssi. HUsboro Creamery Butter Best Earth. on 0Jrs Solicited. Frss Delivery' Cheap California Trip In Pullman Tourist Sleeper daily on fast train, with pleasant people Save money and travel comfortably. Personally conducted excursion, in charge of experienced a;;eiit, tri-weeklv To Los Angeles, San Francisco lnqutrs of local aftnt Santa Fc Too wi!) 'lie: t'j; . vit :