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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1903.
Automatic 'Phone No. $16
Residence, Automatic 'Phone aoy
LIVELY SANTA FE.
Bell Telephone No. 1 1 5.
DON'T GET IN A SWEAT
ODOCtoooDononooiraoa
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YOU NEVER USE
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Fishing for Dead Body-Husband Ap
peared Wilh Pistol.
EXCITING RUNAWAY.
Krom the New Mexican.
Prof. Clinton J. Crandall of the Unit
ed States Indian Industrial school this
sfnt two pmnloyes of the
school to Morlarty station on the San
ta Fe Central railway to aid In the
search for the body of Taylor Pave
the young Shoshone Indian, who was
drowned In the lake near Morlarty
while bathing on Sunday evening last.
The Santa Fe Central Rallrway com
pany also sent two experienced men
to the locality with similar orders.
Everything possible Is being done for
the recovery of the body of the unfor
tunate young man. as Professor Cran
dall is especially desirous of giving the
corpse decent burial. By this time It
Is too nint h decomposed to be returned
to t tie young man's parents on the Sho
shone reservation in Idaho.
Perspiration "sweat" is what the Bible and we common peo
ple call it is a way nature has of driving out of the body refuse
that has no business there. We sweat more in summer, because,
in the overheated bowels, undigested food ferments more quickly
than in winter and produces irritating acids and gases. The bowels,
overworked, try to relieve themselves by violent -convulsions
causing terrible gripes and colics, and diarrhoeal discharges so acid
as to make you sore, and leaving the intestines weak and worn ui:.
Nature assists body-cleaning by sending the filth out through tiv
pores of the skin.c It is not safe to stop perspiring altcg' tlu r I tit
most of the impure matter should be sent out by natural move
ments of the bowels, and the offensive, ill-smelling, linen-taiii'tv;
sweat done awav with. Keep your bowels strong all -umnn r with
the pleasant, candy cathartic CASCAUKTS, that clean the system
and don't allow the excrement to(be sweated out through the
pores. Take a tablet every night, before going to bed. They
work while you sleep and make you feel fine and cool all day.
Bft for the Bowels. All druggists, toe, 5c 5"- "ever sola in
m -
bulk. The cenuine tablet Mumped C. C. C. Guaranteed to cura
or vaur monev back. 8ample and booklet free. Adnreaa
bterhog Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
645
without prejudice to any further steps
the plaintiffs may desire to take.
Case No. 281, Romel Barela vs. the
Subscribe for the Dally Citizen.
Husband Appeared With Gun.
A scene not arranged for by the
'r :nan's Board of Trade took place In
the Plaza last evening while festivities
were at their height. Sitting on one
of the benches v.as a young man, well
known here, and a young matron. The
husband of the young matron appeared
on the scene and at once drew a re
volver and started toward the afore
said young man. who fled at full speed'
A man sitting on a nearby bench saw
the irate husband draw his revolver
and called a policeman who arrived
after the principals had left. Later
the young man returned and was es
corted home under police protection.
The Irate husband has not been found
as yet.
Mrs. Bamoiui, at ner parlors, No.
105 South First street, over the Hyde
United States for the Barela land Expioring Expitlon store, is prepared
grant in Dona Ana county was the I tc give thorough scalp treatment, do
next case called and had not been I hair dressllng, treat corns, bunion
completed at 3 o,clock yesterday af- and Ingrcwmg nans, une gives mas-
ternoon. , ae treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
Bambini s own preparations 01 com-
I sell more of Chamberlain's Cough I plexlon cream builds up the skin and
Remedy than all similar preparations
put together and It gives the best sat
isfaction of any medicine I ever sold.
I guarantee every bottle of It. F. C.
Jaqulth, Inland, Mich. This remedy Is
for sale by all druggists.
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
Alvarado.
Max B. Fitch, Ross McMillan, M. K
McMillan, Socorro; F. Lohmann, To
ledo; F. W. Hodges. W. H. Balthoff,
Denver; John A. Ross, William White,
Las Vegas; W. D. Jackson, Los An
geles; F. H. Sayward, Miss Lockwood,
Chicago; W. B. Bretherton, Cerrlllos;
G. J. Scharlach, New York; C. M. Tay
lor La Junta; A. F. Andres, Flagstaff.
Improves the complexion, and are
guaranteed not to be Injurious. She
also prepares a hair tonic that cures
and prevents dandruff and hair falling
out; restores life to dead hair; re
moves moles, warts and superfluous
balr. Give ber a trial. She also has
a very fine tooth powder which shf
guarantees to be free from all metallic
substances. It perfumes tbe breath,
hardens tbe gums and makes the teett
clean and white. It Is highly recom
mended by all first class dentists. Al
so a face powder, a freckle cure, and
pimple cure, and pile cure. All of
these preparations are purely vegeta
ble compounds. Give ber a tital.
Automatic telephone 490.
Lively Runaway.
A team of horses attached to a light
vehicle owned by Jose Antonjo Anaya
of Gallisteo ran away yesterday after
noon while in this city. The owner
had left the 'eblcle when the team
started. Near the capltol building the
wagon collided with a telegraph pole
and was demolished. Being freed from
the Incumbrance of the vehicle the
horses Increased their speed and ran
until they were thoroughly tired. They
eventually became separated and one I Hetzler, Las Vegas
of them was captured near the Claire
hotel. The other animal was later
found near the Santa Fe depot.
Sturges' European.
J. M. McLeish, Chicago; J. J. May,
Ben Weiller, Trinidad; Frank W.
Brown, El Paso; C. A. Rutter, Den
ver; J. W. Akers and wife, Santa Fe;
F. C. Blumlein, Fort Madison; J. R.
Teasdale, St. Louis; Simon Bibo, Sol
Blbo, Grants.
Outside orders soncueu for Fourth
of July FIRE WOKKS. Write to O. A.
Matson & Co., and get the best.
o
Subscribe for The Citizen.
FOR YOUR SUMMER OUTING.
H.
Hotel Highland.
Hunter, El Paso; D. Aber, W. F.
Grand Central.
-Amado Chaves, Amado Chaves, Jr.,
Santa Fe; G. C. Gaither, El Pbho.
An Old Soldier.
Carleton Po3t, Grand Army of the
Republic, held a well attended special
meeting last night and added two mem
bers to its roster, making the present
membership Cfty-seven. James Gar
land, one of the recruits, has a civil
war record as follows: Enlisted June
12, 1861, in Company H, Third United
States Infantry, discharged December
31, 1862; re-eulisted August 1, 1863, in
the Second District of Columbia Volun
teers; discharged September 12, 1865,
John C. Martin, the other recruit, was
born In 1848. He enlisted January 6.
1865, and was discharged October 1
1865. After the meeting was closed
Judge McFie, post commander. Invited
the comrades to form In line and
march to the Plaza to get rations of
coffee and Ice cream.
Metropolitan.
B. E. Home, Las Vegas.
This season there will be numerous
opportunities to travel with little out
lay for railroad fare. Reductions will
be made by the Santa Fe to Boston,
Baltimore, Detroit, Denver, Colorado
Springs, Pueblo, Los Angeles, San
Francisco, San Diego and many other
points. Those named below are repre
sentative, and show the extended ter
ritory to which reduced rates will apply.
Excursion Rates to Coronado Beach,
California Rates, including meals en
route Grand Canyon side trip with hc
ter accommodations, and two weeks
board and lodging at Coronado Beach,
with four additional weeks at $10 a
week, Is desired. Single parties with
Chamberlain's Stomach tnd Liver
Tablets are Just what you need when
you have no appetite, feel dull after
eating and wake up with a bad taste
In your mouth. They will Improve I standard Pullman, $107; two parties
your appetite, cleanse ana invigorate wIth atandard rullmau. $97.50: single
your stomach and give you a relish
for your food. For sale by all druggist
BADLY CUT UP.
Wanted.
We would like to asK, through the
columns of your paper, If there Is any
person who has used Green's August
Flower for the cure of indigestion,
dyspepsia, and liver troubles that has
not been cured and we also mean
their results, such as sour stomach,
formentatlon of food, habitual cos
tiveness, nervous dyspepsia, head
aches, despondent feelings, sleepless
ness in fact, any trouble connected
with the stomach or liver? This medi
cine has been sold for many years In
all civilized countries, and we wUh to
correspond with you and send you one
of our books free of cost. It you never
tried August Flower, try a 25-cent bot
tle first. We have never known of Its
falling. If so, something more serious
is the matter with you. The 25-cent
size ha just been Introduced this year.
Regular size, 75 cents. At all druggists.
G. G. Green. Woodbury, N. J. J. H.
O'Rielly & Co.
Two Men Free With Their Knives at
Galisteo.
In a drunken fight at Galisteo Tues
day night Pedro Lopaz and Darlo Mora
both citizens of that town, were bad
ly cue. Mora went to Dr. Palmer's of
fice at this place, and had his wounds
dressed. He will probably lose the
use of one hand as the arm Is cut half
off Just below the elbow. The other
man was badly cut on different parts
of the body but has not been brought
in yet.
parties with tourist sleeper, $97; two
parties with tourist sleeper, $92.50.
Dates of sale, June 1 to August 31,
Inclusive; limit, two months from date
of sale. Tourist limit of ten days each
way with stopovers.
Have You
Anything
To Exchange ?
TWO CASES DISMISSED.
Court of Private Land Claims Settled
Down to Business Today.
Tbe United States court of private
land claims convened at 10 o'clock yes-
t rday morning at Santa Fe, as per ad
Journnient on Monday. Chief Justice
Joseph R. Reed presided, and associate
juHtices and other court officials pre
sided as on yesterday.
The first case called for trial yester
day morninig was No. 282, that of
Manuel Marie Martin vs the United
States for the Galban land grant. The
case was dismissed by the plaintiffs.
Tbe grant Is in Bernalillo county.
In case No. 278, Mariano F. Sena vs.
the United States for the Jose de Ley-
ba land grant in Santa Fe county. The
mandate and order of the supreme
court was filed.
The order affirmed the previous de
cree of the court of private land
claims. Tbe petition was dismissed
Startling Evidence.
Fresh testimony In great quartlty la
constantly coming In, declaring Dr.
Clng's New Discovery for consumption.
Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A
recent expression from T. J. McFar
land, Bentorville, Va., serves as exam
ple. He writes as follows: "I had
bronchitis for three years and doc
tored all the time without being bene
fited. Then I began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery, and a few bottles
wholly cured me." Equally effective
In curing all lung and throat troubles,
consumption, pneumonia and grip. :
Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial bot
tles free, regular sizes 50c and $1.00.
He Is at Hillsboro.
C. T. Brown, the mining expert and
engineer of Socorro, who is well and
favorably known throughout New Mex
ico, is in Hillsboro, Sierra county,
where he is spending several days on
mining business and also communi
cating the degrees of the Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Ma
sonry under the direction of Colonel
Frost, the Inspector general of the
rlt for New Mexico, upon six candi
dates, all well known citizens of Sierra
county. They are Henry Abraham
Ringer, Thomas Jefferson Ross, Fred
erick Shaw. Farquhar Campbell. Oli
ver Andrew Gould and William Henry
Bucher.
Summer Excursions to Colorado
Denver, $25.15 for round trip; Colo
rado Springs, $22.15 for round trip;
Pueblo, $20.15 for round trip. Date of
sale June 1 to October 15, Inclusive;
final return limit October 31, 1903. See
local agent.
National Encampment Grand Army
of the Republic, San Francisco, Cal.,
August 17 to 22, 1902. Dates of sale
August 2 to 15 Inclusive; rate, $35.00;
final return limit, October 15, 1903.
Coronado Tent City, Coronado, Cal.
We will have on sale to Coronado
Beach, Cal., on every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday during May, June,
July, August and September, 1902;
round trip tickets at rate of $35, limit
ed to November 30, 1903; stopovers In
either direction west of Barstow, Cal
For further Information call on ticket
agent Atchison, Topeka & Sauta Fe
National Educational Association,
Boston, Mass. $63,60 for round trip
from Albuquerque. Choice of routes,
rickets on sale June 30 to July 2, Inclu
slve. Original return limit may be ex
tended to September 1. 1903.
International Convention United So
ciety of Christian Endeavor, Denver,
Colo. Round trip from Albuquerque
$18.85. Tickets on sale July 1 to 10, In-
culslve. Return limit good to leave
Colorado July 19, 1903. Reduced rates
to California and Grand Canyon will be
made during the meeting for the bene
fit of tboee who may desire to extend
their Journey.
International Convention Epworth
League, Detroit, Mich. Round trip
from Albuquerque $51.25. Tickets on
sale July 13 and 14, with limit to per
mit leaving Detroit as late as Aug. 15.
Grand Lodge B. P. O. E, Baltimore,
Md. Tickets o sale at Albuquerque
for $57.70 on July 16 and 17. Return
limit to leave Baltimore, July 25
Provision has been made for extension
of such limit to leave there as late as
July 31.
Colorado and Utah Excursions.
Round trip tlcketa to Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo may be purchased
at Albuquerque for $25.15, $22.15 and
$20.15 daily, to and Including August
15. Final limit October 31, 1903.
East Bound Excursions. June 30 to
July 9, inclusive: Chicago, $51.50
Kansas City, $39.00; St Louis, $46.59
Omaha, $40.55; Des Moines, $43.76;
St. Paul and Minneapolis, $49.75;
Memphis, Tenn., $48.90; Atchison and
Leavenworth the same as Kansas City.
Call at local ticket office.
For descriptive literature, reserva
tion of sleeping car space, or further
particulars about events advertised
here, or for rates to other points or
for other occasions, apply to
F. L. MYERS,
Agent A., T. & S. F. Railway.
when your wasning comes oacs nuiu
this particular laundry "Anti-swear"
button holes, collar and cuff edges
have made us famous, and It is our
purpose not to mar our reputation In
the slightest degree. What wo can't
o In the way of laundry work Is not
to be done.
DEVOE'S READY MIXED PAIN
One Gallon Cover 300 Square Far
TWO COATS.
mperial Laundry
Back of Postofflce.
Subscribe for The Citizen.
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LOCAL UNDERTAKER 8ANTA FE PACIFIC RAILROAD.
30MHERCIAL CLUB BUILDINO.
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AMERICAN
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TRUSS.
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L1CTIT,
COOL,
Easy to Wear.
o pressure on
pt or Bark
Nounderstrap
aver uiovrv
B. RUPPE,
PRESCRIPTIONS
Mutual Telephone 43.
No. 303 West Railroad Aven. e
Albuquerqu, N. 11.
TH
1ST. ELMO
Finest
Whiskies,
Brandies,
Wines, etc.
SAIPLE AND CLDB ROOL
JOSEPH BAKNETT, Prop.
120 W. Railroad Ave., Albuquerque.
SEE THE PRICES. 8EE THE GOOD
Harness f6.B0 to M0.0w
Farmers' Plow Harness, 17.60
Saddles 15.25 to $55.00
Fine Cowboy Saddles, Leather, Dim
ters, Collars, Axle Oils, etc.
Whips 16o to tl.Bt
Thos- F Keleher
406 Railroad Avenue Albuquerqui
"I have been trouuieii tor some time
with Indigestion and sour stomach,"
says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee,
Mass.. "and have been taking Cham
' which have helped me veiy much so
that now I can eat many things that
before I could not." If you have any
trouble with your stomach why not
take these tablets and get well? For
sale by all druggists.
Have you a farm and do you
want to trade It for a grocery
tore?
Have you a horse and do you
want to exchange It for a
planot
Have you a bicycle and do you
want to exchange It for a
"ameraf
Have you a gun and do you
want to trade It for a book-ease?
Have you a wash boiler and do
you want to exchange It for
rugf
Have you a pair of skates and
do you want to trade them
tor punching bagf
Have you a spring overcoat and
do you want tc exchange it
for a baby carriage!
Have you a stove and do you
want to trade It for a rsfrlg
retort Have you a dog and do you
want to exchange hln for a
rooster?
1 costs Y01 dig it 1 war 4
The Daily Citizen
Want Columns.
July 4 and 5 Labor union picnic at
the fair grounds. Base ball, racing and
sports of all kinds.
(HomeBtead Entry No. 6492.)
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Santa Fe. N. M.. June 12. 1903.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing-named settler has filed notice
of his Intention to make final proof in
support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the United
States Court Commissioner at Moun
talnalr, N. M., on July 20, 1903, viz: Jo-
scph Prosuelas, for the NE. V4 section
18. T. 4 N.. R. 6 E., N. M. P. M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Car
los Pena, Pedro Sandoval, Gavlno Pa-
dilla, George W. Supulver. all of East
view. N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
Register.
Coronado
Tent
...TOTI & GRADI...
DEALERS IN
LIQUORS AND GROCERIES
Flour, Feed, Provisions, Hay and Grain. Imported French and
Italian Goods. Sole Agents for San Antonio Lime.
Free Delivery to all Parts of the City.
Old 'Phone 247. 213-215-217 North Third Street,
GROSS, KELLY A CO.
1
(Incorporated)
on San Diego Bay is an Ideal
summer resort. The climate
is perfect Open June 1 to
September 30, under manage
ment of Hotel del Coronado.
Full information regarding
excursion rates, charges at
tent city, etc., from agent
ascribe for Tbe Dally CHIcen. OCX8X&&a0&O0OG83
(Homestead Entry No. 7135.)
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Santa Fe, N. M., May 27th
1903.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice
of his Intention to make final proof
In support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the United
States Court Commissioner at Moun
talnalr, N. M., on July CtU, 1903, vis
Diego Serna, for S. W. Section 36
T. 6 N.. R. 5 E.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, vis: San
tlago Serna, Hljlnlo Lopes, BItervo
Vigil, Ralmundo Salai, all of Mania-
no, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO.
Register,
CXCAT BIND,-
atsm 1 1 1 1 1 1 r mmmrnm
n 1 it 1
j f ! WHOLESALE I
l fat
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Wool, Hides, Pelts
We handle '
K. C Baking Powder,
Navajo Blankets,
Curtice Canned Goods,
Colorado Lard anl Meats.
m
Houses at
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M EAST LAS
VEGAS, N. M. AND QLOR
I ETA, N. M.
or Arizona
Earth's greatest wonder the
titan of chasms, a mile deep,
many miles wide.
Picture of It
For 25 cents will send the
season's novelty a Orand Can
yon Photochrome view, uni
quely mounted to reproduce
the Canyon tints. Or, for the
same price, a set of four black'
andwhlte prints, ready for
framing.
Book About It
For 50 cents will send
Orand Canyon book, 128 pages
t)3 Illustrations, cover In color,
contains articles by noted au
thors, travelers and scientists,
Worthy a place In any library,
Or will mall free pamphlet,
"Titan of Chasms."
Apnly to any agent of the
Santk Fe system, or to
J. J. BRYNB
Gen. Pass. Agt. Southern Cali
fornia Ry. and A., T. as S. F.
Coast Lines, Los Angejes,
California.
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THE POPULAK LINE TO
Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Cripple Creek, Leadville, Glen
wood Springs, Aspen, Grand Junction, Salt Lake
City, Ogden, Butte, Helena, San Francisco,
Los Angeles, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, and also
Reaches all the principal Colorado, Utah and New Mexico
. . . .TOWNS AND MINING CAMPS. . . .
The Tourists' Favorite Route to all Mountain Resorts. The only
line passing through Salt Lake City en routs to Pacifls Coast.
Through Sleeping Cars between Denver and Alamosa, Cripple
Creek, Leadville, Gleenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Salt Lake
City, Ogden, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
DINING CAR 8ERVICE a La Carte on all THROUGH TRAINS
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Denver Colo. Denver, Colo.
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