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ALTJUQT31HQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
TtTsnAY. srrTKmr.i: 17, ioor. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. WHY DID YOU COME WEST? am inuiTiip, num. nsn. Dreatne Tresh pure air, ire mountain scenery, get n change, live a new nnd fascinating nre under new conditions emu ist-v mud iimi neftiB no pure loot! jaw, 1 That's why you came west! There Is a benutlfnl little valley that nestles between !. hthet .n.m tain of the Kockies on the upper Pecos river; Ideal altitude. 7.000 feet, and temperature identic! with Alhu.iier(iie. Its stream nwartn with trout r.GF. rom. $ iJiviMT, COMFORTS AND PIILOWS & I We have JU8t received our & hiiu me woous ami ranges are tilled with game large, anil small. The M l,le or me west. mere are mountain Hon. hear, deer aim woivcs Mr the nunter. There are sad. lie ponies to be had for the asking, rooms in i big, rambling ranch house with wide verandas, tent rooms or a cabin If you want It. The days are never dull. You see a fclHSClUPTIOX It ATES. great rancn 11ml the genuine western life. Fresh milk, butter and rgKt all you can drink and eat. Sleep in blankets at nigh fish In your shirt sleeves during the day. You couldn't spend more than $i a week If you tried. Its the place you are looking for. Accommodations for both men and women. Inquire this office or address THE VALLEY RANCH, Pecos. N. M One yenr by ninll In drnnon $5.00 On month by mail AO Otus month by carrier within city Ilmlta 60 Entered an necnnri-cla matter at the Postofflee of Albuquerque, N. M., Mode Art of Cnngrea of March S. 1879. W. S. STRICKLER , WILLIAM F. BROGAN . PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR I aiWfW Blankets from $1.00 up $ I ':- -V.'--: Comforts from 1.20 up The only 11 lustra tori daily newspaper In Xew Mexico ami Hk best ad- Terustng medium of tlie SoutliueM. THE ALRUQVEKQVIS CITIZEX IS: The leading Republican daily and weekly newspaper of tlie Southwest. The advocate, of Republican principles and tlie "Square Deal." THE AJ.nCQrEKQlE OTT.EX HAS: Tlie finest equipped Joh department In Xew Molro. The latest reorta by A-ssoctatrd Irw and Auxiliary News Service. "WE GET THE NEWS ITRST." "STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" Our Railroads As a rule statistics are uninteresting and therefore The Citizen has bar red mere figures from these columns where possible. But In the report of the Interstate Commerce Commission On the rail roads there are some statistics that are exceedingly interesting. For Instance the following report of casualties and accidents on all Hnea of railways Is of particular interest to every one who travels. The report of the commission on accidents is as follows: "In their annual reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, car riers include returns for all casualties to paesers, employes, trespassers and other persons. The following figures therefore are not comparable with details in the Commission's Accident Bulletins, based on monthly reports, that chiefly relate to casualties to passengers and to employes while on duty on or about trains: "The total number of casualties to perrons on the railways for the year ending June SO, 1906, was 108,324, of -which 10,618 represented the number of persons killed and 97,706 the number injured. Casualties occurred among three general classes of railway employes, as follows: Trainmen, 2.310 killed and 34.989 Injured; switch tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen, 147 kill ed, 1,026 injured; other employes, 1,472 killed, 40,686 injured. The casual ties to employes coupling and uncoupling cars were: Employes killed, 298; Injured, S.884. The casualties connected with coupling and uncoupling cars are assigned as follows: Trainmen killed, 266: injured. 3,590; switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen killed, 18; injured 170; other employes kill ed, 14; Injured, 124. "The casualties due to falling from trains, locomotives, or cars in motion were: Trainmen killed, 454; injured, 5,215; switch tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen killed, 7; injured, 159; other employes killed. 84; Injured 712. The casualties due to jumping on or off trains, locomotives, or cars In mo tion were: Trainmen killed, 130; Injured, 4.809; switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen killed, 7; Injured, 119; other employes killed, 76; Injured, 685. The .casualties- to the same three classes of employes In con sequence of collisions and derailments were: Trainmen killed, 693; Injured, 6,245; switch tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen killed, 3; Injured, 69; other employes kijled, 91; Injured. 888. "The number of pmwengers killed In the course of the year 1906 was 359 and the number injured, J0764. In the previous yeur 37 passengers were killed and 10,457 injured, There were 146 passengers killed and 6.053 Injured because of collisions and derailments. The total number of persons ,other than employes and passengeri killed was 6,330; injured. 10,241. These M?Y.-f Include the casualties to persons trespassing, of whom 5.381 were r.'H n"l 6,927 were injured. .The total number of casualties to persons Wtf f.H employes from being struck by trains, locomotives, or cars was j: ' 'Uea Pl4 4,905 injured. The casualties of this class were: At high 5,127 k iassengera killed. 9: Injured : other persons Ulll1. 926: fn- Way CrOSlu -iijinS. na;rnri i-lllp.l IB- Inlilrarf tIR- other nirmni VIM. bt Other hnlnt4 Alone- trunk rmflcAncrora Vitlerl S ! In- UJrd, 8,581; injured, 2,254. The ratios of casualties' A1JOUT TOWN Mil t liliili tti II ' Heeds Tiled Today. t 1 Jno. M. Moore Realty Co. to I Ix-011 Bordenave lot 5. block B Jno. M. Moore Realty Co.'s ad- j ditlon No. 3. I ' Andrea Ilarela de Garcia to S Abran rjutlerrez nnd wife a i piece or land In Los Candelarlas t $100. a Antonio Orlego rt Garcia to Abran Gutierrez a piece of land f land in Los Candelarlas $25. The probate court will hold a sea Ion at the county court house at 10 o'clock on next Monday morning. Seferlno Crollett was appointed of flelal interpreter for the United Mates grand Jury yesterday. jonn L,. Jvlmm, who was a srate Keeper at the Plant of the American Lunioer company, has resigned. 'J he Fraternal Order of Encles meet tonignt at Red Men's hall, after wnicn refreshments will be served. Ladles of the G. A. R. will eive n social In I. O. O. F. hall Saturday night. Program and refreshments lac. W. R. Lyon, cashier of the Ameri can Lumlber company olllee, has re sumed his duties after a few weeks' vacation. W. A. Hlllenkoetter. of the A Trieri- can Lumber company, who has been enjoying a two weeks' vacation, has returned to work. Mrs. Ingraham, of 210 North Wal ter street, left this morning to visit few days with friends in Kstnn- cla. The services of the Dav of Atfme- ment will commence at Temple Al bert at 8 o'clock this, Tuesday, even ing and on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. An Infant bov. aired one c.ir f Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Oreza, of East Harelas, died this morning and will be burled tomorrow at the Han Jose cemetary. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Conrov. who lived at 621 East Central nvinun. have sold their home and they left last night for Minneapqlis, where tney win reside. IT WILL BE A CASE OF WALK OR RIDE THE STREETCARS Livery Stables Are Raising the Price of Boarding Morses Feed Is Going up. i fmmW :V: All Wool I SW - - Blankets ?JhL .0Pf,.c.. 5.00 A PAIR, & WORTH $8.00 $ T? U Cl cfrn m 1, A Jured, 1.884; at ed, 666; injured, 64 1, 4.. , . . . 1 jurea 10; ow.er peiua .- k... , . , .,. . . XSo l8' -glnemen. firemen, conduc Zrl and othr tralnmellt appear, that 1 tinman was killed for every 124 employed and 1 for" 2.227,041 carried, and 1 In- lured for every 74 2T6 carr,B' "or ?8Ure" 8hW ,h0t Passenger. wTe carried lor 1 killed", an .PJnger. were carried for 1 injured. For 1895, 1 passenger was killed 1. fry -,984,832 carried, and 1 Injured for every 213.651 carried. IWIth respect to the number of miles traveled, the figures for 1906 Bhow that 70,126.686 passenger-miles were accomplished for each passenger killed, and 2.338,859 passenger-mHes for each passenger injured. For 1905. the figures were 4 4,320.576 passn-Ker-mlle. for each passenger killed, and 2.276.002 passenger-mllr for eacn passenger Injured. The figures for 1895 show that 71.696,744 passenger miles were accomplished for each passenger killed, and 5.13 7 7 passenger miles for each passenger injured." ... , ; CAPITALIZATION'. ,- " . . i, Ot equal Interest is the capitalization --nd ea'rnng Capacity of the rail way, as set forth In the commission y&port (Condensed, the report Is as follow.: "On June 3u. liflfi, the par Value of the amount of railway capital out standing was 114,570,421,478, which Is t-qulvulent to a capitalization of J67. 936 per mile for the railways In the United States. Of this capital there exlBted as stock $6,803,760,093, of which $5,403,001,962 was common and $1,400,758,131 preferred; the remaining part, $7,766,661,385, represented funded debt, consisting of mortgage bonds. $6,266,770,962; miscellaneous obligations, $973,647,924; Income bonds, $301,523,400; and equipment trust Obligations, $224,719,099. "Of the total capital stock outstanding $2,276,801,333. or 33.46 per cent, paid no dividend. The amount of dividends declared during the year was $272,795,974, being equivalent to 6.03 per cent on dividend-paying stock. For the year encilng June 30, 1905, the amount of dividends declared was 2S7.964.482. Of the total amount of stock outstanding. $6,803,760,093, 12.60 per cent paid from 1 to 4 per cent; 11.34 per cent from 4 to 5 per cent; 7.60 per cent from 6 to 6 per cent; 9.64 per cent from 6 to 7 per cent, and 14.94 per cent from 7 to 8 per cent. The total amount of funded debt (omitting equipment trust obligations) that paid no Interest was $287,954. 851. or 3.82 per cent. Of mortgage bonds, $208.0fiO,4S6. or 3.32 per cent; of miscellaneous obligations, $2,827,570, or 0.29 per cent, and of Income bonds $77,066,795, or 25.66 per cent, paid no Interest. "Of the total amount of railway stock outstanding $2,257,175,799 were reported as owned by railway corporations, and of railway bonds $64 1.305. 030 were so reported." Other Items of Interest In this report are: MIIiKAGK. "On June 30, 19116, the report show, that the total single-track railway mileage In the United State, was 224,363.17 miles, or 6.262.13 miles more than at the end of the previous year. An Increase In mileage exceeding 100 miles appears for Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Idaho Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan. Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota. Pennsylvania. South Dakota, Tennessee. Texas, Vir ginia. Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Xew Mexico and Oklahoma. KOI 1PM I AT. On June. 1906, there were in the service of the carriers 51.672 locomo tive., the lncrease.belng 3.315. These locomotives, excepting 1.090 classified as: Passenger, 12.249; freight. 29,848, and switching. 8,485. "The total number of cars of all classes was 1,958,912. or 116.041 more than for the year 1905. This rolling stock was thus assigned: Passenger service. 42.262 cars; freight service, 1,837,914 cars, and company's service, 78,736 car.. These figures do not Include cars owned by private commercial firms or corporations. i:.mpu)yi:s "The reported number of persons on the pay rolls of the railways In the United States on June 30. 1906. was 1,621.355, which is equivalent to an average of 684 employes per 100 miles of line. These figures show an In crease In the number of employes as compared with the year 1905, of 139.159 or 47 per 100 miles of line. Of the employes 59.855 were eliglnemen. 62.678 firemen, 43,9.16 conductors, and 119,087 were other trainmen. There were 49,659 switch tenders, crossing tenders and watchmen. The king of Denmark has a collection of eggs valued at 7125. 000. A mere bag o shells compared with the collection owned by the cold storage trust, which It will sell you at 60 cents a dozen along about Christmas. Mrs. Annie Bezant, theosophist, declares that John D. Rockefeller i!l be reborn an angel. Like his riches, he will take wings, eh? It Is always possible to think kindly of a man with the shooting mania who first tile, hi weapon on himself. Will the ocean liners of the future be' large enough to accommodate base ball park and a race track? .1 Trinidad took both Cripple Creek. The scores wfref Morning gamo, Trinidad. 4; Cripple Creek, 1. Second game: Trinidad. 25; Cripple Creek, 2, Charles F. S. Neal, president of the insurance department of the Knights of Pythias, with offices ln Chicago, la calling on members of the local lodge today. John French left this morning for Knoxville, Tenn., with the body of his brother, Jesse French, who died here two weeks ago. The remains will be Interred at Knoxville. Attorney M. c. Ortta: today filed his flower for the defendant ln the case of CoilsolU'ated Liquor coin-i pany v.. Jesus M. PaJllla. The ac tion was brought for the collection of an alleged debt. Over $30,000 was bflld out in monthly wages to the six hundred employes of Hie American Lumber company ypsterday which was pay uay. Atwut ko. 000 was paid out yes terday to the Santa Fe employes in this city. Cony T. Brown, honorary lnwnee tor general of the A. A. S. H. M, of Xew Mexico, arrived In the clly last night from Gallup, where he gave a class of ten candidates decrees up to tne 32nd. Mr. lirown will con tinue to his home at Socorro tonight. Mr. lirown was assisteu in the work by Maynard (iunsul of this city. At the Traction park Casino to night the Boston Ideal Opera com pany will play the good old Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera. "Pina fore." This alece was produced here but once during the previous en gagement at the company and was received with enthusiasm by those who attended the performance. Pina fore will be played also tomorrow night and on Thursday evening "Oli vette" will be produced. Under the management of Joe Scotti, who has Just purchased the Electrical theatre at 2164 South Second street, the place will be known us Dreamland. Mr. Scotti has purchased some new pictures for hfs machine and will sing some new songs. The G. A. H. song will be a reaiure 01 tomorrow night s per formance, it Is beautifully illustrat ed and as sung by Mr. Scotti is a big hit. An Indian named Charlie Phillips, who works In the Santa Fe shops, while In the Chavez saloon ln Ha relas this uflernoon at about 3 o clock, was severely bruised ill the race ana neacl as the result of a tight with a native named Margarlto Gutierrez and another man. Phillips ran to the store of Esiavio Vigil at He.- Miutn second street and re quested the proprietor to telephone ior me ponce, which was done. Otfi eers Kennedy and Highburgain and Sheriff Perfecto Armllo immediately left for Harelas upon the receipt of the mesage 'but at 4 o'clock had licit arrested the persons who engaged In tne ngnt. Miss Bessie Baldrldge, of 108 south A 1110 slreet, received a tele grain today announcing the deuth of her uncle, J. U . Baldrldge, who pass ed away at the home of a sister at Katon, Colo., on last Friday. Heart disease, from which he had been suffering for several years, was the cause of his demise. The funeral took place 011 Saturday at Katon. The deceased was one of the oklest loco motive engineers running out of Kansas City three years ago. when he was compelled to give up the throttle on account . of his health. Since that time he has been a fre quent visitor to A Ibuquerque and is quite wen Known here. J. C. Bald ridge, the brother of the deceased living here. Is in the eust 011 bus! ness, and It Is not known here wheth er lie Is aware of the death or not. 1 ht deceased was 50 years of age No longer will owners of horss and vehicles be able to keep them at the livery stables for eightecen or twenty dollars a week. The rise in me puce 01 ieea ror animals now makes it Impossible for the livery stable men to board horses at the old prices. The following letter was sent out Sept. 14 by a local livery stable keeper: To My Patrons: Owing to the big advance in the prices of feed and labor I am com oeMed to advance the price of board. Efficient help must be had to guar antee my patrons satisfaction. The following prices will take effect this nay: Horses and buggy $22 50 Wagon horses ' m'hio Saddle horses .'.'.'.'. 211.00 Kach additional rlsr "60 box stan 2:50 Calling for or delivering to' office will be from 7 n. m. to s p. m. Yours respectfully. HKI) BAKX. F. 11. Mitchell. CRYSTAL THEATRE OPENS jflFI)ll HOUSE The opening Of thp licit rv.- .1 theatre, 120 West Gold avenue. v5s the event of the best vaudeville uer- lu.mance ever seen in Alliuoueniue. the doors opened at 7 o'clock At o'clock th h deep toned piano played bv n ur'ntnu. sor so methodical in running his ling ers over the ivories that some were deceived Into believing that the in strument was an electrical piano en tertained the audience for ten niin- The Inside of the prise in less than a month the uui.uims mac previously had been used &i a, warehouse, had been trans-fftrmeS-!htu a. most delightful play house. The seats are so elevated from front to back that every one is a good one. The walls are ador ed with calsomine decorations and In the front of the house Is a stage of ample proportions for any vaudeville stunt that tho Crystal theatre com pany will feel like paying for and delivering to the people of AJbuquor at 10, 20 and 30 cents, The scenery Is all new and very pleasing to the eye. The first ViumbCf M the program was a song and danet and monologue stunt by Harry -Meadow. The aud ience was a Utile slow about warm ing up to iirry and his Jokes, but when it Wd come the applause came In showers. The second was mirth and music aod dancing by Melville and Mc Cloud. The woman wore a dress something new all flowers and green, with green and yellow beneath It, and tan shoes and stockings. The man wore a square cut sack suit. but all thoughts of clothes were for gotten when the pair got In action. They were called back only seven times, and then the audience seemed loath to let them go. But the big hit of the perform ance was the four character one-act skit by the Four Franks. This was the feature anil it will be a feature as long as the Franks name appear on the program. They are there with thirty minutes of the liveliest vaudeville ever seen on a local stage. In a curtain talk Manager Cord"?f-r announced that owing to the slow ness ln the delivery of freight by the railroads the moving picture machine did not arrive, and consequently he apollgized for the absence of this number from the program, but prom ised to have It on before the end of the week. Then the manager was handed a large bouquet of real hot house flowers. Strong Block Corner 2d and Conner Hunter's Delight Good Gun and i Ammunition Winchester Repeaters Remington Automatics L. C. Smith Guns Colts Iver Johnson and Har rington 8c Richardson Revolvers Ammunition By the Car Load If you need anything in this line call or write to us Our Prices Can't be Beat McINTOSH HARDWARE CO. !!5 it) Nearly all rough cures, especially those that contain opiates, are cons tipating. Kennedy's Laxative Cough syrup contains no opiates and acts gently on the bowels. Pleasant to take. For sale py J. II. O'Klelly & Co. FALL OPENING After months of preparation for our fall and winter trade. We now take pleas ure in announcing that we have on sale two of the leading clothing houses in the United States. The Washington and Alfred Benjamin & Go. Come, see our artistically cut and elegantly tailored Suits and overcoatsthe clothing that captures the town. See our long line of the season's correct hats. Neckwear, shirts gloves and other fine toggery M. Mandcll, Fine Clothing and Furnishings Nettleton Fine Shoes Crosset Shoes 0 I i I RAILROAD MAN'S FAMILY SPENDS SI 00 MONTHLY (Continued Front Page One.) TOO LATH TO CLASSIFY. WANTKP Chamber maid, one liv ing at home preferred. Hotel Paige. Silver avenue. Li is T -niall Maekan7i brown dog, answers to name of Captain. Hi wurd for his return to 22o North Seventh street or telephone 61. The Ladies' A 1.1 of the Presbyter Ian church will give an experience foclal in the parlor of the church on the eve of Sept. lath. Entertain ment and refreshment will be serv ed. Price 25 cents. epiemoer 1 Tork." September 27 COMIX U EYEXTS. Lost In West's Minstrels. 0 New Japanese Vegetable Down Mat tress, light feather weight. Full size, 50 pounds, 'guaranteed not to lump or pack. Enclosed in linen tick, made expressly for us. Try one and you will have no other. Futrelle Furnit ure Company. Sick Headache. This disease is caused by a de rangement of the stomach. Take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvtr Tablets to correct this disorder and., the sick headache will disap pear. For 4ule by all Druggists. for a selfish greed. "So that In my old age if I live (I question that) I will not need to work." The bone and sinew of this nation are not such men as "Tight Wad." (Sreat men have asked their Maker to lei them Hie in the harness. Not SO with "Tight Wad." I would liken v'"' him to a fungus growth. A great absorber but nonproductive. If there is virue in his philosophy when after years of misery, his mortal coll Is parted, then before his Maker, what credentials can he show for entrance to eternal peace. Ten Cents to Church. Has he given anything to charity? No. Although he says church col lections cost 10 cents a week. So that he may have a place to while away a few hours on Sunday morn ing. If he has been giving it for his religious training It has been wasted, iieliglon teaches charity. He makes no mention of charity. Has he made possible a tuut for the unfortunate sick? Has he compiled to fjod and na ture's first call, "Ho forth and mul tiply." No. He says: "I know that ti marry on a small salary means "sijuaw men" here ln the west. Other- Mu-st Pny. The book he takes from the public library was made possible by an en eigelic successful business man, and that man has passed the merldan ln life and Is still ln the harness. "Tight Wad" Bays one suit of un (feiwear for summer and one for vinter. I never knew that there was a laundry that "works while you sleep." "Tight Wad," "Cleanliness is next to Godliness," shame on you. And by the way you never said any thing about night attire, or do you sleep in the "all together." lie s a Mutcrlnll-t. 'iod gave recreation to all five senses. To properly develop them they must be used. Our threatres glv us goo I moral entertainment, go id music and so forth, and are a source of education. Let mv "Tight friend attend. Some artist will find h's he.:rt str'ngs or some com edian mr.ke him li.ugh, thus bringing to light the better man that has been ilorioai.t Our friend Is a materialist, know ing noil pig of the truth of being and tiie li ve of fillov- man. A H KADK It. Xo dllllcuUy to inMrly fctl your fowl viltli this list t s'lvt from. Kiglit fivtling iiniins healthy one ana is amazing: lours- (mnulatitl (iianoxil. l ine i.rannlaiil I'liurtKtul, IHnvtlt'rrH t'luirconl. Poultry. Hone, Hot Stu, frunlutl Oyster SlR-lls, CrusliiMl t lam Shell, Mica Crystal t.rit, tannine .ru, .tiai-iunc I ut l fuliu. Scratch l'eeil. Ilalaiicvil Hal Ion, Siinllower SttM, Ervurli Millet t, Xew York lliickwlicut, AmlxT Cano ftttl. riuxocttl Mewl, . round flats. Dolled liar Icy. Whole llarley, Kallir Corn. hardship for the wife as well as the Corn Grit. Corn Chop, While Itrun. lirun and Shorts, Mlve.l (hits. Mixed lla-di lii-d. Mixed Corn. Supplk't of till kinds. K. W. l'c, 602-UOt South nusliano. Jet me nay nere, suppose the single men of this country all be lieved in tiie philosophy of "Tiirht Wad" how many generations would i 1'irxt imt, Phone 16. we last? What would happen to this g.-tttt nation? He hasn't back bone tnough to nhoulder a responsibility. I have heard tuch males called Card signs, "Ttoonn ror Rent." "Board." etc.. for sale it th offlce of Tha Evening Cltlxen. 450 PUPILS AND 4,000 POPULATION Dawson. X. M.. Kent 17 t.w. cIhI) A school census has Just been laneii or Dawson, which reveals a peculiar situation In the population of this camp, out of a total popula tion of over 4,000 people, there are but 450 children of school age. It Is considered likely that some of the names of older children have been withheld, as many bovs of fiften and older are employed in the mines at good wages. The immense new coal washerv Is completed. Four hundred and fifty coke ovens are also nearing complet ion. There are 120 ovens already in operation which will make a total of 570 ovens. The estimated cost of the washery and the new ovens is ll.i , ). The pay roll here Sat urday was over $ 150,000 to the min ers alone. Stomach troubles heart and kidney ailments, can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr. Shoop'g Re storative. The prompt and surpris ing relief which this remedy immedi ately brings is entirely due to its re storative action upon the controlling nerves of the stomach, etc. A weak stomach, causing dyspep sia, a weak heart with a palpi tation or intermittent pulse, alwavc means weak stomach nerves or weak heart nerves. Strengthen these in side or controlling nerves with Dr. Snoop's Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disappear. Dr. Shoup of ltacine. Wis., will mall samples free. Write for them. A test will tell. Your health Is cer tainly worth this sin pie trial. Sold by all druggists. STACK TO .1EMEZ, LEAVES 211 WEST .OIJ E EltV MOIIMMi AT 5 O'CLOCK. A