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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 80, 100
J. JV. flOORE ( Etf T ABLI SHED 188.) Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Loans Tracts of t.tle to b:RNAL.llo county real estate tTm PROPERTY FURNISHED PROMPTLY. WILL IN SURE YOUR PROPERTY IN THE BEST COMPANIES AT LOWEST RATES HOUSES RENTED. RENTS COLLECTED. TAXES PAID AND ENTIRE CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY FOR RES. DENTS TND NON-RESIDENTS. W. H. HAHN COAL DEALER Cerrllloe and Gallup Domestlo Lum, Coal, $5.00 par ton. Anthraclta Nut, $7.60 par tea. Anthraclta, larger aliea, 17.75 pa ton. Wood and Kindling, all alaaa. Yard and Officii 107 Eaat Rallroai venue; uptown office, Armljo bldg. Fifty Years the Standard Talephonea: 267; Ball, 4!. Automatic, 416 ana W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. Second street, oetween Railroad jopp-r .venue Horaea and Mules bought and exrhaei a Uvery, Bale, read and -iTansfer SUbla EtT TURNOUTS IN TH. CIT Vddrfesa W. L. 1'KlMBLK ( Albwueraue. N. M. aT YTi'jM BV MANAGER OF Albuquerque Abstract Company NEXT DOOR TO FIRST NATIOONAL BANK. NEW TELEPHONE 222. 6 ;mmrtnttfHVBWOOOTO rtnootRHji." - - - iuooefiiiie foundry and Machine HHoiks R. a. HALL. Proprietor n..in- or Coal and Lumber Cars; Sbartmgs, runey. cS.lSKiafw"-- iron FronU for Bunamga; Repa.'rs on Mining and Mill Machinery a FOUNDRY SIDE RAILROAD TRACK ALBUQUERQUE. N. M (pidOctanXBreczcst) jjS Saperb Fishing Bathing' ! t 3rt golfing, bowling boating II and everything to maKe 8 summer life delightful, () ..,2 If yoa want 1 tf to flit rltM f 2 aiect thra Hsjatr.M to the Re p Ai mm pleasure trip, and was the guest oi Attorney It. L. ung. Hon. Morgan O. Llewellyu. surveyor general, is the guest of his parents, Colonel and Mrs. Llewellyn. In this niiv He is resting for a short time from the duties of his office and If heartily enjoying his vacation. Maggie, the beloved wife of Juan N. Madrid, died at her late home in this city Wednesday night at 9 o'clock. The funeral ;ook place Thursday at 5:30 p. m. and interment was had in the Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Madrid had been suffering for several days tih Inflammation of the bowels, and it was this disorder which terminated her life at the age of 26 years, 5 months and 24 days. John H. May was In El Paso this week arranging to have groceries and tiroviaions freighted up to this city. The second washout of the Santa Fe track has delayed freight anu the etock of groceries and provisions began to run a little low. Mr. May is general ly equal to arising emergencies, and took this matter up ami pusnei it much to the relief of our citizen i. brother and family. Slg. Llndauer of this city, this week. W. H. Greer left for Pecos City, Mid land and other Texas points on a cattle-buying expedition and while away expects to buy several tia'.n loads tor bhipment to California. Miss Maude Iiogers. who has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. William How ard, for the past three months. left last Friday for her home In Kansas City. While uerc the young lady made many friends. Thursday, about 4 o'clock in the af ternoon, William McNulty dropped dead at the ranch of A. J. Clark, Just south of town. The deceased was over 70 years of age and d!ed of old age. He had been with Mr. and Mrs. nam for over twenty years and was greatly liked by all. FARMINGTON. B. A. SLEYSTER. ACCIDENT INSURANCE, FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, NOTARY PUBLIC. BOOMS 1214. CROMWULL BLOC Automatic Telephone 174. Pennyroyal, pills wilt, (,luerlMn. , iiur no nr" , ." llu.ot.roiM ib.Ulutl. 1 jlla- 1 in, fcr rrtl..;i.rZ.ttl-l.l. j.i.i-kut. 1'h.alaa.l law II DrUIIIII mh-wt-s- Z " I ... " ..... M.Ai... KttUKM. ruiix, rw anuvB - B- t W.AM Tent City. Coronado Beach,;Califcrnia. Go West to the Ocean California' Summer Climate la Flneet In the World Cool Trip on the Santa Fe Surf bathing, ocean breezes, snow capped Sierras. You can buy a combination round trip ticket to San Diego this summer in cluding railroad and Pullman fare, meals en route, one day at Grand Canyon, and two weeks' board and lodging at Coronado Tent City at a very low price. Tent City la a popular Southern California summer seaside resort. Write for full particulars about this delightful vacation trip. Atchlaon. Topmkm a. manta s deugnttui vacation trip. . Santa Fe 2 Myara Amant Albuquarqua FRENCH TANSY WAFER?, f srilna rtn denend UDon cart relief from Irregular painful periods by using these waf Safe and sure at au times. Avoid worthleaa aubstitutes ny pur basing only from our agent, pana Toilet Co., Lowell, Mass., 1m porters. W T. Walton, prescription aruggiav mrnnr Ra.il road avenue and Thlrt street, Albuquerque, N. M., sole agent tor Bernalillo count- Awarded Klgksl Honor : World's Fair. Sktesi Tests U. 3, Gov't Chemists A bertoua Mistake. v n ..o. In the num ot the firm who mike the genuine Witch . oai soIvp Hewitt's is the Witch liazrl Snlve that heals without leav ing a scar. It is a serious mistnKe 10 I use any other. DeWltfs Witch Haiel Salve cures blind, bleeding, itcnmg and protruding plies, burns, bruises, eczrma and all skin diseases, Soid ny B. H. nriggs & Co. and 8. vann & son. RATON. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO- CHICAGO. New Mexico Towns HILLSBORO. Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can. ever surpass it. axC0CCOOO4K)COC0O0CC . . .. .ft The El Paso & SoutnvesternRanroaa The SHORT LINE to the Great Copper Belt ot Southern Arizona and Northern Sonora T7;-Cf Uce mccpnrrpr trains nut of El Taso every mornins at rnoi vto-ij jcvjw t " 9:30 on which we carry elegant Parlor and Cafe cars on wfnen meais are arveu at moaeraie jjrn.c. V. R. STILES, General Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas. ai cmoMQax)oxcmco3oc Dr. King's Now Discovery P- PMWMPTIOH Price Loiis" aB 500 nM A Perfect For All Thrmt and Cure : Lung Triubies. Monay back If It faila. Trial Bottlea fre PIONEER BAKERY SIMON BALLING, Proprietor. Successor to Balling Bros. Wedamg : Cake : a : Special tj We desire patronage, and we siiarantee first-class baking. t07 &. First 8L, Albuquerque, N. M From the Advocate. S. Alexander is back from Socorro. Mr. and Miss Stone, Pasadena, Cal., are family Mrs. Crews and family. The subscriptions for the Fourth of July celebration amounts to $250. Col. A. W. Harris returned from an extended visit to his family in Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. John Winspear and Mr and Mrs. A. J. Hirsch are at Opgen orth's ranch an the Anlmaas. A severe hail storm crossed the nor. thern end one day last week, whiten in the mountains and leaving hall stones to the depth of eight inches on the average. CaDt. Morris Hickey, who has been at the soldier' home In California for year or more. Is back la Kingston where he will enjoy the cool mountain b -eeze during the warm weather. J. A. SKINNER Dealer in Stack and Fancy Cjroccries 106 WEST KAILROAD AVENU- ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. 1882 1003 rtrluon tn oeanaratlon. f at an nut nf th waV DiaCe remote from civilization, a family is often driven to aesperauon in co o,ian roBiiltinir In burns. CUtS. wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply nf nnnklon'a Arnica Halve. 11 a ms hesi on earth. 25 cents at all arug itores. LAS CRUCES. with large rewards offered for his cap ture was seen recently on the Bell pas ture. Hawkins, it is said, was one of the leaders In the Fort Summer Post- office robbery and is also wanted in Texas. A brilliant future awaits Santa Rosa With a rapidly growing farming and stock growing community springing up around this new county seat it gives splendid promise of being the largest and beat town in eastern New Mexico. Large shipment of cattle are passing through Santa Rosa weekly from Mex ico to Canada. Assistant Cattle in spector Jeff Woodward reports that two train loads passed through this week with more to follow in few days. The consignee Is the American Cattle company of Canada. Leonard Wood county offers unrlvai ed opportunities for home seekers, small ranchers, fruit growers and the breeding of lmpioved grades of goats and sheep. There are many valuable water rights controlling good ranges that can be obtained now at a compara lively small cost. F. G. Pratt & Co. Sole Agents for Casino Canned Goods, Jas. Heekln & Co. s Coffees, Im boden's" Granite Flour. Staple and Fancy Groceries 214 South Second Street. Hllsboro Creamery Butter Bent on Earth. O.tiera Solicited Free Delivery The Themomete is Seldom Higher Than ! 8O0 in Mexico City ! This "Paris of Latin America" la altuated over six thousand feet above the level of the sea, and the heat of the lower altitudes is never I experienced. Although not generally known summer is the very best of seasons to visit the "Land of Maflana." The dally afternoon rain, which lasts about thirty minutes, so cools ' the atmosphere as to make the evenings and nights lovely. . . - ... 1. V. AnraM tha nrAttv pnatnml nf All Between me iuuaiu, mo nu . a ... - - - Mexican neighbors; between the beautiful nights, and balmy mornings, and the cooling sea breezes of day, one becomes so entranced with the beauty of this country as to never forget his trip under "The White Umbrella," .a fhe Mexican Central is prepared to furnish you with the best of accommodations to all points in Mexico. Call on address, JOHN HART CONTRACTOR AND BUiLDER Doors and Window Screens. All Kinds of Jobbing. SHOP-ln the alley of First National Bank Building. Take The Citizen. From the Citizen. H. B. Holt and J. F. Bonham have formed a law partnership. Surveyor General Morgan Llewellyn Is down from Santa Fe. spending a short vacation with his parents and friends. This year the Fourth of July cornea on Saturday, but it don't make any dif ference with Las Cruces what day It comes on. Jefferson Isaacs, who has been con fined to his room for more than two mouths on account of a broken leg, was seen on the street Wednesday in his buggy, accompanied by his wife. M H n Holt and sister, Miss ran- tile Blakesley, left the fore part of the week for Topeka, Kas., where they will attend the wedding of MIsb Edltn Davis, and spend several weeks visit ing friends. Mrs. J. N. Madrid, wife of Juan Mad rid, who has been suffering from in flammation of the bowels for some time paBt. dW Wednesday night from the above mentioned trouble. Mrs. Madrid was but 26 years of age, and iv dpnth 1b rcerettea by u?r uirj - j ' - many friends. Kodol Gives Strength by enabling the digestive organs to di gest, assimlliate and transform all of the wholesome foou that may be eaten into the kind of blood that nourlsh.s the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens .he muscles and recuperates the or gans of the entire body. Kodol Dys I aniig Pure fiirpa t n A 1 ijpRtlon. dysoep- Hv., " .. " t -, -11 sla, catarrh or the stomacn ana an stomach disorders. bold by u. n. Uriggs & Co. and 8. Vann & Son. From the Reporter. Miss Florence Shulz of Crawfords-1 ville, Ind., Is the guest this week of Mrs. George Pace. C. O. Cooley left Monday for Rush Center, Kas., where his wife is visit ing her folks. They will return home together in about forty days. From report 1 received from the va rious settlements throughout the coun ty, it is certain that our city will be filled with visitors from the country on July 4. Denutv Sheriff D. Brown of Springer cn Wednesday brought up and placed iu the county jail Manuel Martinez, who was committed by Justice of the Peace Hutchinson to await the action of the grand Jury on the charge of bur elarlztng the house of A. Lang at Hf ipras. In the Methodist Episcopal church ir. Raton Thursday evening, June 25, at half past 8 o'clock, Rev. Armstrong porformed tha ceremony which unlteti Mi., Alva Thnmas and Sidney W Clark, both of Raton, in marriage. The church was lavishly decorated for ths occasion. Attorney A. C Voorhees of our city has accepted an invitation to deliver the oration at the Fourth of July cele bration at Santa Rosa. Abe Is one of the most eloquent public speakers in Ih. iorrltnrv anil the DeODle of OUT ntitthiinrlne city will enjoy a treat in listening to his silver tongued oratory This Bectlon of New Mexico, after being blessed with rain for three weeks, Is now being blessed with warm sunshine, giving promise of abundant crops and good grass on the stock ranges. Prospects In this section look better than for eleven years past. Trom the Hustler. Albuquerque is to have a new mod em play house to be completed in time for the fall fair. Albuquerque never sleeps. Cy Cameron and P. H. Mullarky of North Dakota, a brother of W. T. Mul i larky of Flora Vista, visited this sec tion last week with a view to locating. Harrv Myers and wife departed via Purango, for Douglas, Ariz., where Mr. Myers and Jay Campbell will be em ployed during the summer. Dr. McEwen had quite an experi ence one night last week, in respond ing to a call near Flora Vista. In order to reach his pMtent It was necessary j to travel a mile or more through over flow from the river, in several places necessitating the horse he was riding to swim. However, Farmlngton doc tors never shirk when duty calls. J. K. Terrell and wife of Creede, Colo., came in on the stage. Mrs. Ter- rell is a victim of paralysis but hopes by te aid of our recuperating climate to enjoy an early recovery. Mr. Ter- p11 is a well vo do merchant of Creede, but Is thinking seriously of later lo cating here permanently. He now owns some choice Farmlngton lots. W. H. Chamberlln, who for the past . . hi. two years has been connected wuu the Hvde Exploring Expedition, and more lately with the San Juan Stores company, has lesigned his position and will depart immediately alter tne Fourth, with his estimable wire, xor Albuquerque, where they will in tne future reside. They will also be ac companied by F. E. Johnson and wire. who, for the present, expect to locate In Albuquerque. ooaaaaoaaoooaooaaa a YESTERDAY'S BALL GAM to. Ot - American Association. Louisville. Ky., June 29.-The game between Louisville and Columbua prevented by rain yesterday and by which agreement was to be played today, was awarded by Umpire Mul lane to Louisville by a score of 9 to 0, Columbus having left this morning. President Tf beau claimed and was .warded by President Hickey 500 damages because of Columbus' failure to play today as per agreement. i W. D. MURDOCK, A. G. & P. A., Mexico, W. C. MEAD, C. A., El Paso. C. R. HUDSON. Q. F. it P. A., Mexico fc A. U. r. A., Mexico. V. i jia - Vnr mn this remedv Vial been tbe atandard nerve restorative. Thousand of happy men owe their newly found atreugtb to Ha uie. Stzine Pills replace weakness ana ih.uilon with etrenelh and vigor: the brain becomes clear; the nervea tcady and calm; gloomy toreDoaingi are banished and perfect vitality is itu. ly restored. if von arc anrTerinar as a Dove, trv a bos; you'll be encouraged by ita effect ta tv tViM full courae of aix boxes then If you are sot entirely cured, we will retuna your money. 1 nis satis factory offer ia one of the factors of our success. ai m Mr twsw . hnvM fwtth minn tre tocure or money buck ), 15 00, mailed in plain parkagea. Book free. tKAL UiiurmtCA.. Cleveland. Ohio. For aale by B. H. I -icw Co. WHITE OAK8. from In From the Eagie. Miss Ella Voune Is home school to spend the vacation. Messrs .Wharton and May are lucumcai t this week. Mrs. Charles Hamilton and Mrs. E. H. Chew returned from Angus. Mr. and Mra, Jones Taliaferro left for an outing on the Bonlto. Georee Sligh has moved his drilling outfit to his Rico property, where he will begin sinking for water. Douelas. Ariz., seems to be the fa vorite city with the White Oaks boys. Will Hutchlns, Ed Queen and Charles Hamilton expect to leave shortly for teat place. Dr J. F. Mains, who has been in Lhi- eago for the paat six months, has re turned home. The doctor though much Improved by the treatment he received while In Chicago, Is still confined to his room. "I have been troumed ror some time with indigestion and sour stomach, sa8 Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee, Mass., "and have been taking Cham- t-lalr,'. Stnmnrh and LiVsr Tablets which have helped me veiy much so that now I can eat many things that i..,f i r.nni,i nnt " it vou nave UUT trouble with your stomach why not take these tablets and get welU For sale by all druggist-:. "CARLBAC At Iudlanapolis- indianapolls , Columbus Tkit Throhhlrm Headache .,,m nnirklv leave vou. if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands r.r aiifrarera nave nroveu ineir uiuieu- less merit for sick and nervous head aches. They make pure blood and build up your healtn. umy ia cent, muuc, bat'; if not cured. Sold by all druggists, SANTA ROSA. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what vou eat. From the Sun. The Santa Rosa Gun club Is under It already has a large member- The club will give a competitive shoot on the Fourth. Nearly one-seventh of the wool grown In New Mexico last year came from what Is now Leonard Wood coun the total production being over 3, 000.000 DOUni3. t onor Wnnrt rountv IS on tne southeastern slope of the Rocky moun tains, whose foothills reach down to the Pecos river. East of the river is a rolling plain broken by the numerous small streams flowing into the Pecos. Hank hawkins, a noted desperado. way ship Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly Healed. Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is an an tiseptic liniment, and when applied to cuts, bruises and burns, -auses them to heal without maturation and much more quickly than by the usual treatment. For sale by all druggists. LAS CRUCES. From the Progress. wnltor Danbure is up and around again after several days of serious ill ness. mi nishoo. nrinclpal of the Presby terian mission schools, will leave In few days for California, where she win spend the summer months. R. M. Mayes, the popular casnier at Bowman's bank, returned from a Pleasant visit with relatives and friends at his old home in Maysfleld. Ky. 1 George Ulrlh. a prominent mining man of White Oaks, was In the city this week on a combined business and From the Argus. 8. M. Lord pUkcd up a number of small bunches of yearlings and twos for fall delivery here. The price Is not Kiven. varying very much. C. H. De Hiemand, the Mescalero eheeo man. has consigned his spring wool din. 41.000 pounds, to the Asso ciated Wool Growers' company of Bos ton. Shipment will be made from Tularosa. L. W. Holt, the Barstow canteloupe mairnate. wag in tun city tni week and reports that shipments will begin al,out the loth of July. He says tmu the nrosoetts is exceedingly good. Albert Johnson, one of the best known farmers in the Black river r-mintrv was in the city. Mr. Johnson ntinrts a heavy crop of fruit and other stuff on his ranch and general tirosDerity In the neighborhood. John Trankard was brought In from the. r.uadalouDes for medical treat ment. A fractured arm was the center of disturbance, and it being attended to Mr. Trankard will leave for his home. The fracture was caused by his horse stepping in a dog hole and throwing hlra heivlly. 4 3 E 0 1 Friend and Wilson; Seay Western League. At Peoria R H Peoria 8 10 L TA 1 6 til,, o .....- Batteries: and Garvin. National League. At Philadelphia B St. Ixui8 J Philadelphia 2 Batteries: Murphy and Ryan; Sparks and Roth. H 5 7 Af TlnHtnn R Boston 0 Chicago 0 Batteries: Pittlnger and Welmer and Kling. H 13 2 2 5 2 Moran; At New York New York-Pittsburg game postponed on account of rain. At Brooklyn Brooklyn-Cincinnati game postponed on account of rain. American League. At Cleveland R Cleveland 2 I'hllatlplohla 4 Batteries: and Powers. E 1 1 Moore and Bemis; Plank DEMING. irnm th Headlight. Mrs. Tony Clark received a letter frnm Mrs. Dr. Harris of Chllllcothe, Mo., last Wednesday, saying that she wm.iH start for Deming at once wun her daughter, v.'ho is suffering from nuthmft. R.m Llndauer. one of Silver City's prosperous merchants, was visiting his At Chicago H H B Chicago ' 1U Boston 7 8 Batteries: Dunkle and McFarland; Dinneen and Criger. at rw.tmlr R H K Detroit s 3 a Washington 0 4 1 Batteries: Mullin and McGulre; Pat ten and Drill. At St. Louis R H H St. Louis 3 8 New York 1 Batteries: Reldy, Sugden and Ka hoe; Chesbro and O'Connor. Citizen "want ads" bring results.