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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1903.
Barley-Malt Best Hops No Corn One reason for the superiority of the Anheuser-Busch brews is. they contain no corn, an ingredient that 1 A it.. cneapens tne cost 01 Drewing ana injures tne quality of the beer. The mark of purity The "A" and the EAGLE identifies the products of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n BUDWEISER YOUNQ GARCIA DROWNED. C. W. "Kin of Bottled Been." 83,790,300 bottles cold in 190J. nrilrn promptly llllru br KUNZ. Wholesale Dealer. Albuquerque. JOINT STATEHOOD. Arizona and New Mexico Would Make an Empire State. REASONS WHY THEY SHOULD BE UNITED il it org (.'it ii1!!. There is a at deal being ventilat ed during th"se hot days about state hood of New Mexico and Arizona, sep arately and jointly, and It Is the gen eral consensus of opinion that joint statehood would be preferable to noth ing at all, although separate statehood would be more satisfactory to both territories, and as a last resort, rather than be still lr ft on the ragged edge of the union to be buffeted and kicked around like a poor boy nt a frolic, it would be belter to j . Torres in solid phalanx and n urch to victory. This movement may net he popular with Miial! fry politicians and those ambi tious aspiiantb for oflii e whose private and puhlic records will not bear venti lating before an honest public, but it will be approve.1 and advocated by all honest, unprejudiced political aspir ants, and all other good cltizenB who have the interest of the territory at heart. Laying aside all prejudice, and looking the facts Bquare in the face, it would be a giand triumph for both territories. Instead of two helpless feeble dependencies subject to all kinds of selfish jobberies, we would have one grand state, an empire rival lng the great state of Texas Itself, with our own chosen representatives and senators, whose tenure of office would depend upon the faithful performance of the duties which they were elected to fill; able congressmen who would have the right and whose duty it would he to stand upon the floor of congress and claim and demand a hearing in all matters pertaining to the great state of Montezuma, Arizona or New Mexico, as the case may he. Why, in less than two years this state would he hailed all over the union as th great state of Montezuma or empire of the west, just as Texas is now talk ed of as the empire state of the south or the great state of Texas. Then you say, we can divide If we bo stlpu. late, at some future time, but allow me to say that you will never want to divide it. They could not today get a corporal's guard In Texas who would agree to reduce its territory by one foot, and it would be the same way In this state. The people would be proud of their state, and the west would be proud of it, an.1 the whole nation would be proud of it. The Joint com bination would hound into such prom ' inence, and give such an Immense Im petus to trade, progress and prosperi ty, as to place l.er In the front ranks of great states, and with her boundless resources of wealth, push and energy, she would easily maintain a most en viable position among the other great states of the union. Give us one great state or two small ones, either is far better than a helpless, dependent ter ritory, a Biilwervlent, sycophant beg gar for small ffvrs from the general government, when we are by all rules of justice and right, entitled to as much consideration as any state in the union, an 1 this we should be in a pesition to demand. Our delegate from Arizona and New Mexico are as able men as the average congressman and are both intelligent advocates of statehood. One Is a republican, the other a democrat; thee gentlemen are willing to take their cht-cces before the elect ors of their jespective territories they understand the difference be tween a great Belf governed, Independ ent state, and a cringing, crawling, de. pendent territory. When our repre sentatives do Fcrew up their courage to ask the self constituted nabobs of the capital for any consideration for the benefit of their constituents, they are usually met with the interrogation .-h. i the are you" "Honored sir I am the delegate from New Mex ico " "Oh. vea: I see, I see; you are the same tramp that has been knock ing Hi. my door for the last half ceu tnrv! Have we noi to get out; that we do not want you" "Oh. yes, noble sir, but our people still think that they have some rights which the government, great as It Is, should respect. We enlisted In the war for the union, and gave our full quota of blood la save the nation. We responded to your call in the late Spanl .var, and If any of your great states have furnished any better, brav er, more intelligent fighters for tne honor and glory of the flag, please, kind sir, point out the time and place." But the autocrat, not being able to answer, gives the delegate a cold po tato and tells him to go to go way back and sit down. "Some day, In the far distant future, when you have spent $300,000,000 in storage reser voirs, and have your fertile plains un der irrigation, and In a high state of cultivation, then, perhaps, we may let you in, but don't bother us any more; I refer you to the Peming Headlight. See that paper's able article In the issue of the June 27, in opposition to tatehood; lt'B a corker, and should make that brilliant editor governor." Like all other feeble opponents of self government, the Headlight, for want of any plausible argument against statehood, must fall back on that old-time, worn fling at our native population: And right here, I arise to say, that I have been in New Mexico over twenty j eais, and it has been my pleasure to know many of the leading Mexicans in this territory, and candor compels me to say that for Intelli gence, integrity and good citizenship, they compare raoBt favorably with our own. And then, all this hue and cry about the native element banding to gether, taking all the offices. ,and send ing the country to the demnition bow wows. Is the merest rot. These peo ple are as much divided, politically, as we are, and fight each other In a po litical campaign just as hard us we do; note the result of our recent elections, Lnrazola, one of the most popular and brightest young Mexicans in the terri tory; and Bernard Rodey, an Ameri can, and an Irish-American at that teat him by an overwhelming major! ty; and two years later my esteemed friend, Hon. H. B. Fergusson, shared the same fate. This does not bear out the idea that our native citizens will club together regardless of political principles, and swallow the territory, body and soul. Take the Oteros, Maa zanares. Chaves. Lunas, Larazolas and scores of others whom I could name, among prcmlnent Mexicans, and I will stand them up In a row against an equal number of their paler faced brethren, who oppose statehood, on any such flimsy pretexts, and I venture Another Swimmer Lost His Life in the Rio Grande. Tho Ulo Grande claimed a third vic tim yesterday afternoon, when a 17 year old youth named Garcia was drowned near the e.evator, alout fifty feet from the Texas bank. The boy was in the water with sev eral companions, but all of these ran away after he lost his life and made no effort to find the body. Garcia was a strong swimmer and appeared to be marter of the current, hot tnrew up his hands and cried for help. W. T. Cunningham of South El Pao street and several railroad men rushed to the boy's assistance, but saw him sink It he a piece of lead. Be lieving that he would rise again to the surface, fhey ran down stream, watching the water, but the lad came up no more. It was the general belief that he had been seized with cramps or caught In a powerful suck hole. Garria's clothing was deposited at the Stanton street bridge and his par ents called there last evening to get them. They lived In Chihuahua. El Paso News. FOR YOUR SUMMER OUTING. His Last Hope Realized. From the hentinel, Gebo, Mont. In the first opening of Oakland to settlers in 1889, the editor of this pa per was among .ae many seekers after fortune who made the big race one fine day in April. During his traveling about and aiterwarda his camping up on his claim, he encountered much bad water, which, together with the severe heat, gave him a very severe diarrhoea which it Beemed almost im possible to check, and along in June the case became so bad he expected to die. One day one of his neighbors brought hlra one small bottle of (jnam berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope. A big close was given him while he was rolling about on the ground In great agony, and In a few minutes uie dose was re peated. The good effect of the medi cine was soon noticed and within an hour the patient was taking his first sound sleep for a fortnight. That one little bottle worked a complete cure, and he cannot help but feel grateful. The season for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this Item. For sale by all druggists. Just received a large assortment of uit Lquares and rugs. Albert Faber, Grant building. DO YOU EAT? If so call on D. Welller & Co. Their groceries are always freBh. Gold ave nue, between First and Second streets. Patronize home industry get a suit made from the products of the new woolen mills. Woolens in the piece and measures taken at Simon Stern's. the Railroad avenue clothier. The Bargains. We offer you one, you are much on the principle of the old time blood let ting. The doctors used to practice, They would open a vein to let off the surplus. We have too many goods, have an other car coming; had to buy heavy to get the discount. We will make you prices, that will pay you to buy. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO., West End of Viaduct. LAND SCRIP. to predict that the comparison will not be odious. Give us Joint statehood a great state, a great people. It will Insure gieat progress, honor and respect and great wealth. Capital will flow In for Investments, nd build up our country so rapidly that many of our pioneers will live to see the magic transformation. aof often told you CautTont This Is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure and treatment of consumption and throat and lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years, you will be thankful we called your atten tlon to Boschee'a German Syrup. There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps, but for severe cougus, bronchitis, croup and especially for consumption, vhere there Is difficult expectoration tnd coughing during the nlgtas and tornlngs, there is nothing like German Syrup. The 25-cent size has Just been ntroduced this year. Regular size, 76 cents. At all druggists. J. 11. O'KIelly ft Co. i a MONUMENTS. All kinds of stone and marble work Prices moderate. Shop and yard cor ner Fifth street and Railroad avenue H. Q. MAURINO & CO By the use of so called land scrip title can be obtained to government land without cultivation or residence thereon. All you need to do Is to give description anu show the land to te of the proper kind; we do the rest. By reason of tne exhaustion of the supply which iias been quite limited tue price Is advancing. We have a small amount yet on hand to sell, that is fully guar anteed. We also deal in real estate, loans and Investments. HUGO SEABERG, Springer, N. M. o Subscribe for the Dally Citizen, o (Homestead 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 lowlng-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, vix: Jo seph Prosuelas, for the NE. 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- dllla, George W. Supulver. all of East view. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. July 4 and 6 Labor union picnic at the fair grounds. Base ball, racing and ports of all kinds. 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 ap ply. Excursion Rates to Coronado Beach, California Rates, Including meals en route Grand Canyon side trip with ho tcr accommodations, and two weeks hoard and lodging at Coronado Beach, with four additional weeks at $10 a week, is desired. Single parties with standard Pullman, $107; two parties with standard Pullman, $97.60; single 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. Summer Excursions to Colorado- Denver, $25.16 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 81, 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 sive. 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 those 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 on 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 81. Colorado and Utah Excursions. Hound trip tickets to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo may be purchased at Albuquerque for $25.15, $22.15 and $20.15 dally, to and Including August 15. Final limit October 31, 1903. East Bound Excursions. June 30 to July 9, inclusive: Chicago, $61.50; Kansas City, $39.00; St. Louis, $46.59; Omaha, $40.65; 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. & 8. F. Railway, 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. oooooooaooonooaooo o YOU NEVER USE A BIG, BIG D O O oooooooooo0ooaooo Automatic 'Phone No. Ci6 Bell Teleph Residence, Automatic 'Phone aoy one No. lit. when your washing comes back from 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 do In the way of laundry work is not to be done. Imperial Laundry Back of Postofflce. Subscribe for The Citizen. DEVOE'S READY MIXED PAIN One Gallon Cover 300 8quare Fee TWO COATS. Painters 'Supplies LOCAL UNDERTAKER SANTA FE PACIFIC. RAILROAD. COMHERC1AL CLUB BUILDINO. AFRICAN 31LVER TRUSS. uMint villi Com (or I- l: LJt:., Hasy lo W?:.-. No pre .sin e oti 11 ip or H. w::. o umlersttMii I.-ov.-r B. RUPPE, PRESCRIPTIONS No. Mutual Telephone 43. 203 West Railroad Aven. e Albuquerqu, N. n. mST. ELMO SAIPLE AND CLUB ROOM. Finest Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, etc. ffl 1(7773 H ' a JOSEPH HARNETT, Prop. 120 W. Railroad Ave., Albuquerque. 8EE THE PRICES. SEE THE GOOD Harness as.BO to $40.0w Farmers' Plow Harness, $7.50 8ddles $5.25 to $55.00 Fin. Cowboy Saddles, Leather, Dim ters, Collars, Axle Clls, etc Whips 15c to $1.6t Thos F Keleher 40i Railroad Avenue Albuquerqut Coronado Tent City ...TOTI & GrRADI... 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 & CO. (Incorporated) 11 r 1 on San Diego Ba7 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 F. A. jonei, e. M., C. E. Consulting Mining Engineer Field assistant U. S. Geological Surve) Albuquerque, N. M. Correspondence solicited. o Our linen display is attractive; our prices none the less so. Albert Faber, Grant building. If you want WORKS pee O. A. first cIbbs FIRE Matson & Co. -o Japanese ana cnina matting In all grades at Albert Faber's, 305 Railroad venue. (Homestead Entry No. 7135.) Notice for Publication. Departmect of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., May 27th, 190S. 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 6th, 1903. vis: Diego Serna, for S W. 4 Section 35, T. 5 N.. R. 5 E. He names the following witnesses to prove hla continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vix: San tlago Serna, HiJInlo Lopes, Bltervo Vigil, Ralmundo Salai, all of Manza no, N. M. MANUEL It. OTERO. Register. Don't wait until you have put in three or four days of foot discomfort You will have to buy summer shoes sure. Better buy them now and get that much more satisfaction. Our prices and styles are right and we shall be pleaded to have you examine them. C. May's popular priced shoe store, 208 West Railroad avenue, o The Leggett & Piatt No. 1 aprlug sold by Futrelle Furniture company has no equal. Everyone sold under guarantee, thirty days trial and it you don't like 3t your money back. Never sags or get out of shape. Subscribe for The Citizen Santa Te '115 KCAr M! ft WHOLESALE GROCERS I : - III'''- Wool, Hides, Pelts We handle K. C. Baking Powder, Navajo Blankets, Curtice Canned Goods, Colorado Lard anl Meats. Houses at ALBUQUERQUE, N. M EAST LAB VEGAS, N. M. AND GLOR I ETA, N. M. ' Subscribe for The Cttlxen. Subscribe tor The Citizen. One KZinute Cough Cure r or coughs, colds and Croup. Brand 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 Grand Can yon Photochrome view, uni quely mounted to reproduce the Canyon tints. Or, for the sane price, a set of four black-and-white prints, ready for framing. Book About li For 60 cents will send a Grand Canyon book, 128 pages, t3 illustratlona, cover In color, contains articles by noted au thors, travelers and scientists. Worthy a place in any library. Or will mall tree pamphlet, "Titan of Chasms." Apnly to any agent of the Santk Fe system, or to J. J. BRYNE Gen. Pass. Agt. Southern Cali fornia Ry. and A., T. ft 8. P. Coast Lines, Los Angeles, California. Denver & Rio Grande System DENVER & RIO GRANDE RIO GRANDE WESTERN RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN RIO GRANDE & SANTA FE THE POPULAR 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 .... Ths Tourists' Favorit Route to all Mountain Resorts. The only line passing through Salt Lake City en route to Pacifis Coast Through Sleeping Cars betwsen Denver and Alamosa, Cripple Creek, Leadville, Gleenwood Springs, Grand Junction, 8alt Lake City, Ogden, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles. DINING CAR 6ERVICE a La Carts on all THROUGH TRAINS j. A. EDbON, Manager, A. S. HUGHES, Qen. Traffic Man. Denver Colo. Denver, Colo. S. K. HOOPER, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent, Denver Colo. THE. 2 IN CONNECTION WITH THE Rock Island System RUNS DAILY TRAINS TO THE NORTH AND EAST "THE 2 FASTEST EVER" TO see Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago or Mem phis and Principal Points. A. N. Call on Agent for full Information BROWN, G. P. A, E. P. N.E. System, El Paso, Texas. 1 Th 1 Vi j