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THURSDAY. JANUARY 23, l0.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING! CITIZEN. PAGE RKVKW. 4, PLAGUE DOMAIN SMALL IN EXTENT Bubonic Scourge District Is Apparently Confined to Terri tory from Assyria to China. The eases of bubonic plague re . cently observed In the North of Af rica and Egypt give particular inter est to the study of Ita different epi demics manifestations of the disease. Where and when are the first origins of the plague to be placed? The question remains to be answered. It la not certain. In fact, that the great epidemic of Athena In the Sixth cen tury before our era, despite Ita rav ages, Ita propagation and Ita princip al characteristics, can be surely at tributed to bubonic plague. Of the numerous plagues reported by historians In the time of Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Marcus Aurelius, Commodua and Callus, only two per ha pa may be counted as bubonic plague; that under Marcus Aurellus In A, V. 146 and that under Callus In A. D. 150. The farmer, which Is , stated to- have been Introduced from the country of the Parthlans by Lu cius Verus'a army, ravaged Rome and Ha provinces, and spread thence to Gaul and the banks of the Rhine. The second plague spread throughout Achala, decimating the Imperial troops. About the middle of the Sixth cen tury the plague which la termed Justinian's desolated the world known at that epoch. Other epi demics took place from the Seventh to the Fourteenth century, but none of them was so Intense as that which raged in Europe from 1347 to 1350, and which is reported to have car ried off 25 million Uvea; its ravages over the entire world are estimated at more than 40 millions. This Is doubtless the greatest harvest of hu man beings which is mentioned in the history of epidemics. From 1350 to 1845, the disease ap pears to have diminished slowly, pro gressively and continuously. Its last appearance dates from the Seven teenth century In many European countries Denmark, Sweden, Swit zerland, the Netherlands, Spain and England, where since the terrible epidemic of London it has never again broken out. In France the last epidemic was the great plague of Marseilles and Provence, which fronvi 1720 to 1722 made nearly 80,000 vic tims. In the second half of the Eigh teenth century the plague, while It held Its own in Nearer Asia, from the Caspian sea to the Persian gulf, spread in Egypt, along the Mediter ranean coast of Africa as far as Mo- a Little gador in 179 and even to Nubia, and continued to ravage Southeastern Europe, the districts of the Danube and its lower affluents, lower Aus tria, Croatia, Slavnnla, Hungary, Wallsehla-Moldavla. Oallcla, South ern and Central Russia as far as Mos cow and Yarosiav, near the sixtieth degree of north latitude. At the end of the Eighteenth cen tury the plague raged In Asia Minor, Egypt and on the Harbary coast, whence It again menaced Europe. Constantinople was twice swept by bubonic plague In the beginning jt the Nineteenth century, and the dis ease spread along the Adriatic coast, In Wailachla, Albania and the Mo raea. From 1832 to 1845 the extent ot Its ravages was gradually reduced. It existed only In Roumella, Constan tinople, Asia Minor, Syria, Algeria and Egypt, where it ceased In 1844 1845. From 1845 to the present time, with the exception of a point In 1877, on the banks of the Volga, the plague has been conflned to some limited egions which, It is true, constitute its permanent and always active cen ters, but without force of extension; which ari In a worJ, the last refuge of the great disease. These centers are: In Africa, Ilarca; In Asia. As syria, Irak-Arabl, Persia, Turkestan, Afghanistan. Hindustan and China. From its extended ancient domain, which comprised Europe, Northern Africa, Nearer Asia and probably also the south of A':i and the extreme east as far as the Chinese shores of the Pacific, bubonic plague has been driven back in the las', fifty years In to an African center and some Asiat ic centers. The d i-unu-nts which exist show the.ap Aslu!c foyers as disseminated and ext.ided In distant echelons; but the evidence Is so Im perfect and in complete that one naturally asks whether the veritable domain of the affection does not form an unbroken band, stretching from Assyria to China or at least to the Himalayas and covering Assyria, Ir&k-Arabi, Persia, Turkestan and Afghanistan, rather than a erles of small Isolated foyers. The attacks which bubonic plague appears to have attempted to make since 1894 have been easily prevent ed by International prophylactic measures, the efficacy of which Is indisputable. GARFIELD PROMISES FISH HATCHERY New Meilmns Call l'xn Secretary f the Interior Seeking Fishery, Washington, Jan. 22. 'Delegate Andrews and Solomon Luna called upon the secretary of the Interior today with petitions favoring the bill now before congress to establish a government fish culture station at Trout Springs,- San Miguel county. Secretary Oarfleld promised to In vestigate the location, and if he found it satisfactory, would recom mend the passage of the bill. If you want anything on earth, you can get it through the want column? nt The Evening Citizen. VVn get re- ultt WANT AD In the Citizen TELEPHONE 15 kVr A ""d" yi j ., S1 u A . $ t ::r:..y,: p-i. 1 -ufylzM - '- - -i. .i - r' ' ' t ii ii 1 1 1 j 1 A little want ad, day by day, Does the workyou draw the pay. It sees the peope you don't know, And helps you make your business grow. L mmmm ------ l---trJ-1 j-yuygy nr-,-i i-u-gmrun rn. ru-rLruirir .ri-ruinnjij $ I 1 1 C L-4SSIFI ED ADS THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE FOR RENT FOR RENT Five-room furnished house. Inquire at 30$ W. Huning ave. O. II. Thomas. FOR RENT Furnished rooms and board In the Highlands. 615 East Central. FOR RENT 'Large furnished room. 823 North Broadway. Gentleman. Bee Ryan, the xpreaaman. FOR RENT Typewriters, all klnda. Albuquerque Typewriter Exchange 215 West Central. FOR RENT Nice clean rurntshed rooms, modern. 309ft West Cen tral avenue. FOR RENT Furnlsned rooms for light housekeeping. Apply at 109 East Coal avenue. FOR RENT 3 nice modern rooms tor light housekeeping. Apply 410 North Second. FOR RENT Episcopal church rec tory, 318 West Silver avenue. Call on Rev. Fletcher Cook, 60S West Silver avenue, or at the house. FOR RENT Bright sunny rooms for housekeeping; rent, reasonable, 624 West Central avenue. Inquire In rear. FOR RENT Minneapolis, 524 So. Second St., rooms for lighthouse keeping. Also bed rooms. Cheapest In city. FOR RENT Large sunny front room with board. 809 S. Broad wny. FOR RENT Large furnished room with all modern conveniences Suitable for gentleman. No health seekers desired. Apply 809 west Tijeras. FOR SALE FOR SALE A brand new Stevens' single barrel shot gun, never fired. A high grade and strictly up to date gn. Inquire at The Cltiieil office. FOR SALE A few bargains In good properly cheap if taken within the net few days. One of the best business corners In the city; some choice business lots; a nine room, 2-story, frame dwelling, modern, close hi; two 4-room cottages with bath and electric lights $2600 for both: three 60-ft lots on East Ontral avenue $200 for all three, and many more like them. A. Fleischer, real estate and insur ance, 212 H South Second street. FOR SALE OR TRACE .Vice room ing house, centrally located. Av Ing pry al this office. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and har ness, cheap. Apply 923 6. Second street. FOR SAL14 My fain of 30 acres, one mile northwest of city. C. E. Oleckler. FOR SALE A Charter Oak rang, good as new, and other household furniture at 603 Roma avenue. FOR SALE At a sacrifice Rem ington typewriter, ilk new. Mil lett Studio, 215 West Central, Al buquerque, IS. M. FOR SALE Best business proposi tion in city at 75c on $1. About $1,500. Address R. 8. 6. Citlsen. FOR SALE Ten pounds extracted honey for $1; 60 pound ran for $5. Order by postal. W. P. Allen, P. O. Box 202, Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED WANTED To make your old hata and clothes look like new, in the car, west Gold avenue. Phone 680. Wanted oenw gooas, second hand clothing, shoes and hats at 516 South First street, south of viaduct. R. J. Sweeney. WANTED Ladles desiring millinery at coat for next ten 4ays call on Miss C. P. Crane, 612 North Sec ond street. Millinery and dress making parlors. Phone 944. Ap prentices wanted. WANTED Able bodleo, unmarried men. between ages of 21 and 85; citizens of United States, of good character and temperaU habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, 203 E. Central Ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico. WANTED Capable men to fill ex-! ecutive, technical, office and mer-1 cantil positions. We can place j you in the position for which you , are qualified. Southwestern Busl- ) n-ss Association 201 Ease Cen- j tral avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. Phone Z67. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, flee at Santa Fe, N. M., Land of Jan. 17, 1908. Notice Is hereby given that Juan Hilario Lopez, of Cubero, N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in suport of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6308, made April 17, 1001, for the i E SE4, Section 34, Township 11 I N., Range 8 V and that said proof ! will be made before George H. Pratt, I U. S. Commissioner, at Laguna, N. ' M., on March 16, 1908. j He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence ! upon, and cultivation of, viz: Jose Abelta, Vlctorlno Gorgonlo Fifueroa, M. T. the land, Montano. Otero, all of Cubero. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Hank Foolishness. When attacked by a cough or a cold, or when your throat Is sore. It Is rank foolishness to take any other medicine than Dr. King's New Dis covery," ays C. O. Eldrldge, of Em pire, Ga. "I have used New Discov ery seven years and I4 know It Is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds, croup, and all throat and lung troubles. My children are subject to croup, but New Discovery quickly cures every attack." Known the world over as the King' of throat and lung remedies. Sold under guaran tee at All Dealers. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. TAKE NOTICE. Rii) Grande new and up ta Is the name of the date rooming house at 519 West Central avenue. The Rio Grande has been leased by Mrs. A. Hr.yder, formerly of Aurora, 111., and wili be furnished throughout with new furniture not second hand goods. Everything will be first clatss; everything orderly; everything clean as a pin. We kindly solicit the pat ronage of those who apreclate such conveniences. Rio Grande rooms will be ready for rent after January 22. Suites for two to three to those who wish them. No Invalids, or small children. MRS. .V SNYDER. Bad Stomach Trouble Cured. Having been sick for the past two years with a bad stomach trouble, a friend gave me a dose of Cham berlain's stomach and Liver Tab lets. They did me so much good that I bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles In all. To day I am well of a bad stomach trouble. Mrs. John Lowe, Cooper, Maine. These tablets are for sale by All Druggists. NOTICE. Albuquerque, N. M. I have two hundrsj acres of land to break and level in the vicinity of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Any one desiring the contract to break or level safd land write or call on "me. ' FRANK A. HUB BELL, Office No. 124, Cor. riecond and Copper. DeWltt's Little Early R'sers are the best pills known. Sold by J. II. O RIelly Co. The Price of Peace. The terrible itching and smarting, incident to certain skin diseases, Is almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve. Price, 26 cenU. For tale by All Druggists. o Pal Pinto Wells Mtnerai Water cures and prevents constipation. Ask your grocer for It. DAILY THAN OPPORTUNITIES PERSONAL rnopEimz LO.VNS MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horse. Wagons and other Chattels also oft SALARIES AND WA.REHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low as $10 and aa high as $200. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods remain in your possession. Our rates are reas onable. Call and see us before bor rowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms 8 and 4, Grant Bldg. 303 H West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evenings. HAlMiAlXS IN RANCH PROP ERTY. Three and a half acres first class cultivated land, ' right on main, ditch, three miles north of town, price $300.00. Easy terms. o o o Four and a half acres on main road, under high state of cultiva tion, well fenced, 2 4 miles north of town, price $500.00. Easy terms. o o o Ten acres of very good three miles north of town $500.00 cash. o o o Eight acres In alfalfa, land, price good fence, adobe house, four and a half miles north of town, price $600.00 cash. o o o Seven acres good land, all level and under ditch, partly under cultivation, one mile from town, on main road, price $1400.00 cash o o o Sixty-five acres of the best land in the Rio Grande valley, all un der cultivation (25 acres in alfal fa), four wire fence, on main ditch, title perfect, price $65.00 per acre, terms: one half down, balance In one or two years at 8 per cent. ' o o o And a great many others from one to two hundred acres. A. MONTOYA Real Estate and Loans. Notary Public. 215 V. Gold Ave. COOOOOOOOOOC)OCXXXXXX)OfXXXW If You Want A Plumber Telephone No. 61 The Standard Our work ii as our name implies, and our charges are right. Standard Plumbing & Healing Co Q For Sale at a Bargain. Fur- Q 8 nituie and lease 12 rooms, X g model ii rooming house. Q 0 For Sale Bargain one store C X building, 80x100 feet, two S Q stories and basement. Q 0 For Rent Store building on v q West Central ave. A snap. X m7 l. schuttI a 219 South 2nd Strttl C p BY KA'iSLjW XPRESi J YOU CAN SEE IN PHYSICIANS W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Occidental Life Build lug. Telephone 886. DR. F. J. PATCKUr Physician and Surgeon, Of flew oyer Vann Drug Store. Of fice hours a to 12 a. m.. 9 to 5. and T to 8 p. m. Phones, office 441, res idence e95. DR. R. I. HVST Physician and Surgeon. Rimhiis 6 A 7. N. T. ArmUo Building. DR. SOLOMON L. BURTON. Physician and Rnrgeon. Highland Ofpce. 10 South Walter Street. Phone 1030. DRS. BRONSON A BRONSON Homeopathic Physicians and Sur geons. Over Vann'a Drag Store. Phone, Office and Res., 28. DENTISTS DR. J. E. CRAFT Ientnl Surgery, Rooms 2 and 8, Burnett Building, Over O lllelly'a Drug store. Appointments made by null. Phone 744. EDMUND J. ALGER, D. D. S. Office hours, A a. m. to 12:30 p. m. 1:30 to 5 p. ni. Appointments made by mall. 300 Wert Central Ave. Phone 45S. LAWYERS R. W. D. BRYAN. Attorney at Law. Office, First National Bank Building. Albuquerque. N. M. E. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law, Office, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque, N, M. IRA M. BOND Attorney at Lew. Pensions, Land Pntents, Copyrights, Caveats, Ijottvr pntents, Trade Marks, Claims. 32 F. street, N. M. Washington. D. C. THOS. K. D. MADDISON A ttorney -at-La w. Office with W. II. Clillilcrs, 117 West Gold Avenue. INSURANCE B. A. SLEYSTER Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Public. Rooms 12 and 14, Cromwell Block, Aiiiiiqiierque, A. M. 1'lione 136, A. E. WALKER lire Insurance. Secretary Mutual Building Anciatlon 217 el Central Avenue. FRENCH ADAMS UNDERTAKERS. Lady AxNlMant. Embalming a Specialty. VETERINARY WILLIAM BELDEN , Veterinary. Surgery and Dentistry a Specialty. 402 South Edith Phone 405. DR. II. D. PETTIFORD Veterinary. Practical Therapeutics, Obstetrics and Surgery on Horses, Cattle, Sheep Hogs, Dogs and Cats. Office with Thornton, the Cleaner. 121 North Third. Tlione 460. Hospital and Resilience. 733 South Walter. Resi dence phone, 620. MISCELLANEOUS F. V. SPENCER Architect. 1221 South Walter. Phone 555. Dr. Vaucaire's Formula Recommended by Mrs. Henri Symes, to develop the bust from 4 to 6 Inches, Guaranteed to be made from the true Gftlega Extract. Is perfectly hat mless. The Vaucalre Formula la a aeneral tonic, but tt has a specific effect upon the bust. Price 75 cents. For sale by Highland Pharmacy and Al- varado Pharmacy IMPERIAL LAUXDRV CXX The reaaon we do so much ROUGH DRY work Is because we do It right and at the price you cannot afford to have It done at home. A MONTH BUSINESS CARDS Highland Livery B AM BROOK BROS Phone 59fl. ita John M, Saddle horses a specialty. Boat, drivers In the cltv. Pronrletors ma "Sadie," the picnic wagon. MILLINER Y UP- TO - DATK BTYLKB AT COST PRICES Ladle' Tailoring mna Ormmmklng MISS CRANE It M. -roM 94 W. L. THIMBU: & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER, STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and changed. BEST TOURiNOUTS IN THE CIT Second Street between Central ud Copper Avenue. Don't Forget The f ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY. When in need of sash, door, fnunefl etc. Screen work m spectulty. '4ft South Flr street. Telephone 4 OX Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY PAINT One Gallon Covers 600 Square Fee. PALMETTO ROOF PAINT Stops Leaks, Lawts live Years JAP-A-LAC. , 406 Wast Railroad Avonua THIRD STREET Meat Market All Klntbi of Fresh ami Salt Me Steam Sntisaire Fnetory. EM I L KLIENWORT Masonic Building, North Thl'd Strew K"XMxxxxxxxxxxrrxxxrrx g HOME OUTFITTERS Every Thing Necessary for Housekeeping DAVIS & Z EARING 30S W. Gold Ave. fcxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxa HAIR DRESSER ANI C1UKOPO DIST Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors oa- poslte the Alvarado and next door to Sturgea' cafe, is prepared to glw thorough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and In growing nails. She gives massage ' treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin and Improves the complexion. and la)' guaranteed not to be Injurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that area' and prevents dandruff and hair fall ing out; restores life to dead hair; removes moles, warts and superfljouar hair. Massage treatment by vibrator machines. For any blemish of til face call and consult Mrs. Bambini FOR A DELIGHTFUL SUPPER Try some rolls of our baking. De licious? Well, hundred) of people In town not only think so but know ao. Our rolls of several kinds to please different people are light, crisp and tasty. Suppose you give us aa order for so many a day for a trial week. Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First St. KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUHC3 w,th Dra King's . Uqyi Discovery ' cu r OI.US Mil Bottle rre anj A . Timcm v:n t :mn troubles. OR UONY rJEFUKEED, i