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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 4 May 1899

Mbror of CoflffMJi r Daily Book Binding Job Printing in all hi nunMfout and iivtnt tranche! done as it should bt at THH CITIZEN fob Rooms. end Blank Book Votk eromotlv eucutcd in rood Myk al THE OT1ZEN Bindery. VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY NUMBER Till' Albuqumque Citizen. 4, 1099. AKMY ADVANCING. Geo. Hale's Brigade Captures the Town of Santo Tomas. Ceo. Li w ton Took Balnaf, Which Was Strongly Entrenched. Several Severe EDfifcmtnt With Ibc rnlllpplne Iniurfcot. AMEKICAM WIR 1TIBT FIGHT. Manila, liar - Gen. Hale li pnshlng the Insurgents toward Ban Fernando. After a severe engagement Wheaton'e brigade entered Santo Torn an, the Insiir gents Bghtlug desperately. The Ameri cans fonnd the place burning. General llacArthnr moved forward with the Kan a and Montana regiments along the railway, the t'tah battery, Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa regiments on the right. There was severe engagement at a bridge four miles this side of Santo Tomas, where the Insurg...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 4 May 1899

ill iA) AIL 1 ClliJ HlTHHKS A VcORKtUHT, ITHLlsHKHfl Thuh. Hcmhm Kill tor '. T. McCrkihht. Bus. Mgr. and City Kd 'I xLIHIKU IIAILV AMU Wftf KLf i Associated Preea Afternoon Telegrams, OMnlai .'aper of Bernalillo Countr. Largest (,'itj ami County Circulation 1 1 if lrgee, New Mexloo Circulation largest North Aritoua Circulation Al.BLtJl KKyl K, MA 4, 1W Tills city should at once proceed to re fund it bonded debt. Thr way to got np big Territorial Kalr, In to get to work and do Ik In a few da; It In expected that the army of Agulu .Mo will be captured. Thk April term of the brant count; dlHtni'l court adjourned last Haturdey evening. lr you are lookiug tor copper ml nee. go pronptct on the headwatert of the Ulo 1'uerco, In Ihle county. It la hoped that there will not be an armed Insurgent left alive In the Philip pines on July fourth. Turn territory would gladly and quickly furumh a regiment of volunteers lor ser vice In the t'nllippluea. The people of Uatiup will feel In a bet ter hu...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 4 May 1899

' WLrn i Ail Excellent Combination. The pli'Bsnnt method and brneficinl efforts of the well known remedy, Hvrit of Kin, mnnnfikPtured by the Cai.ifoiinia Km Hyhvp Co., Illustrate thfl mine of olitninin the liquid lnxn live principles if plants known to lie tnedii'innlly Inxiitire ami nresetitlnif tliem in the form most refreshing to the tnste and areeptnlile to the system. It Is the one perfect tren(rthenin(f isxa live, elennsintf the system effectually, dispelling colli, headaches and feve rs ffrntly yet promptly and rtiuliliiiff one to oTprconie habitual constipation per manently. Its perfect freedom from every object ionnble quality and sub stance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver anil bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In thn proccssof mannfacturinff figs re used, as they avu plensnnt to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from aenna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fm Mmt In. ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 4 May 1899

rnaie nBMBjeMMT i i ej runar m -iaaMmaaaiaaisi law I'm ai m ,n w .irtaawefcn Til hi DAILY ClllZiiM At.ftl Ql KWjt K. WAV 4. IsM My instruction from Quae A nnhwn we lire authorised to aell lava and Mocha Coffee at the I uiowing prices: 45-cent coffee at. .,40 cents, 40-ccnt coffee at. . .35 centa. 35-cent coffee at, , ,30 centa. 30-ceot coffee it. ,,5 centa. 5-cent coffee at, . ,ao centa. ED. CIMH11 til 1. Railroad If., ilbnqoerqae, 1. 1. MONEY TO LOAN On piano. flnrt-elaea fnrnltura, ate. without removal. Aim on diamonds, watchen, Jewelry, life Insurance poll rim. Trust deeda or any good smut- Itj, Terms very moaerata. H. SIMPS0I1. too Booth Second street, albuquar- qus ew moiioo. neat aoor w wesi 111 Cnlon Telegraph office, B. A. HLEY8TEU, THE MAN IK1L ESTIIR. HOTiST PUBLIC Automatic Telephone No. 174. BOOMS It X M CBOMWBLL BLOCK W. C. BUTMAN. REAL ESTATE. rCRNtSHKD BOOMS FOR BKNT. Kent Collected. Mouf 7 to Loan on Real KNtate Security. Oflict with Mutual Automatic Telephone Co., C...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 5 May 1899

Daily hook Binding and BUok Bjok Job Printing in all H numcrout and divtrtc trancfwi done ai It ihoutd t al THB CITIZEN Job Rootna. 0 promptly uted In food tylc at THE CITIZEN Bindery, VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY A ITER NOON, MAY f, 1H99. NUMBER 103. r AlJJUttUIMMJE Citizen. CAPTUHKA CITY. Rebels Born the Town Before They Retreat. American Lost Five Killed and Twenty-Three Wounded. Insurfents Attack American Lines Pear Manila and are Repulsed. YCIOIt miT ICI BODHD. W ashlngton, May 5. The war depart ment ha received the following: "Ma nila, Mry C The following are the casualties at Bad Tomaa yesterday: One officer, Lieut. Taggart. Twentieth Kan rm, and four enlisted men, killed; three otllcer mnl twenty-two enlisted men, wounded. Anions the wounded la Gen eral Kunston, hand, slight. Lawton re ported the capture of over 1!V bosh els of rice and !i5 ton of sugar, at Hal ing. The value of aubeUteni'e raptured at Maloln amount to one and a half million dollar. The lnnurge...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 5 May 1899

111b MIL k uim&is Hl'UHKS A McCRKlUHT, Ptmusmits Thus. lirtHR8 Kdltor '. T. McChrihrt, Pnn. Mr. and City K4 M lil.KHtll DAILY tKUWIIILt, A-worlated Press Afternoon Telegrams, Oi'ltMal Paper of Bernalillo Counlr . Larireet CUj and Countr Circulation Iti largest rew kteiioo Circulation Larceet north Artsona Circulation AI.Hl KKyl K, MAY 6. nw Thi gross eipensea of the state of Ne Wk tor lsnw will amount to Jo,oou,Ouo. Phokmx, Aru., weul deuiorratlo on Tueedaj loot, owing to republican dls eebslons. Thk amount ot money In circulation In the I uitxl HUM nan mora tuau doubled in lb last twenty (Wi TBI gas trust lu fW lork reduced the prtoe ot gas from 1.2u to 60 oeute per l.uuu cutiio feet wueu competition wu threaieued. Thi btaiidard oil uutersltjr at Chi cago it teaching treaeuu to the lulled Hlate,aud it should be tuforuied thai ucb elutl Is odious. The war iu Hie i'niuppiues will be eudej before the Kouriu ot July, and everrbod should begin preparations (or big ceiebratlou ou tha...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 5 May 1899

:ari u-; An Exci'lliMit Combination. The pirn nit metliisl anil bemfleinl effecta of the well known remedy, Stri p or Vlos, ninniifsetnred by the 'Al.iroMSl 1 Kn Nvm'P Co., UlrtMrnte the mine of nlitftlninir the lliiniil Irxh live principles if plunt known to lie medirinnlly laxative ami present Ins? tln'in in the form most refrcshinif tothe tiiste ami acrrptaMe to the system. It is the one perfect strentfthoninir laxa tive, HemiNini the system effertnnlly. iliitiellinjf culils, headache and fevers (fi'titly yet promptly and enntilintf one overcome habitual constipntion per manently. Ita perfect freedom from every objcctionnble quality anil sub ittnnre, unit Ita acting on the kidney, liver ami bowels, without weHki'iiiiiv or Irritating them, make it the Ideal laxative. Id the prow of manufacturing fltra are useil, a they are plctisnrit to the taste, but the medieiiial qualities of the remedy are obtained from aenna and other uromntic plant, by a methiMl known to the California Fig N...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 5 May 1899

THE DAILY CITIZEN Al.fil QI KKiJl K. MAY f. It8 Dy instruction from Chate t Saoburn we are authorixed to sell lava and Mocha Coffee at the ..mowing pricei : 45-cent coffee at. ,.40 cent. 40-cent coffee at. . .35 cenU. 3S-ceot coffee at., .30 centa. 30-cent coffee at. ,.as centa. 5-cent coffee at. . . ao centa. ED. CLOIiTU 111 I. Railroad It., fciboqaarqaa, I. . MONEY TO L On pianos, first-class fnrnltnra, ate. without removaL AIM on diamond, watches. Jewelry, life inanranM po"' elea, Trout deeds or any food MOOT' lty. Terms mr moderata. H. SIMPSON. county. Hiey paired tlieinseivea. and ih Grot two named shot BKiiuet th la-l two. with tti result that the illhson couple killed thirty-nine ducks again:'! their opponents thirty-three. We do as we advertise. We have the rood and the prices; we havs Imitator of oar methods; wit cannot help them, hot the only place to find assortment ami low prim Is at the Hulden Hule Dry Hood company. We hire Inst received a nice line of ladles' shirt wai...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 6 May 1899

i.;i,.fy! I'oW r HUiii: Daily Citizen. Book Binding and Blank Book Totll promptly csecuttd in foo4 tiyl at THE CITIZEN bindery. HjWKtiiwMUrt Wn 71 Job Printing In all it numtrovi and divcrw hranchri dons it ahould be at THH CITIZEN fob Room. 1 JL 11.1 JJ VOLUME 13. ALBUQUKRQUK, NUW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. -MAY 0, 1099. NUMBER 104. Albuqu, in END IS NEAR. Philippine Rebellion is Predicted Neariog tbe Close. Republic of Mexico Celebrates Aonl versary ot French Defeat. Aodrtw Ctrntfle Announces that He May Retire from BujIneM. CIOIJM tAUIOB tO BI IIFAIIID. Washington, May fl. Officials state mat tne war department U looking for the spordy col lap of the Insurrection to the Phllii pine. The km ctatlon in bawd on private advice from the Philippine coniiuiwinn as to negotiations with la enrgeni representative, and also npon inp huccmwiui neveiopment or Mac Arthur a and Lawton'a campaign. The Insurgent have not acknowledged the sovereignty ot inn rotted Htates, but rcognigd the physica...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 6 May 1899

111 h DAILY VilUitiA RI'flHKS A Ml-CHRIU'IT, Publishers Thou. Hrmiiw KMtor . T. MCkrimht. Rim. Mgr. and City Kd tMiMl.laHICIl DAILY ARDWIKU, A noliitHl Press Afternoon TeteirTarnit, na. 'ial Paper of Bernalillo Conntr. I.argeet City aud County Circulation the largest Mew Mexico Circulation lArvwt North Arttona Circulation AI.HUjl KHyl K. MAY . IMW Tin city council of Kl Peso had In vited tli Rough Ulders to bold a reunion la tbat city. W. K. Mahtin, of Mocorro, haa been appointed by Superintendent Bursuni a tils olei a and secretary at the territorial peiiiteutlry. Thk expenditures on account of the war department since July 1, 18H9, ag gregated f 210.M5.biMi; on account of the Davy department, ' 622,R1.4. The total exports of provisions for the nine mouths ending March 31, IWtt, were 12H'lrt..M3, agatust flOO.S'Jl.fiM for the Mine time of taut year. Thk Mate of Missouri In muring In the right direction to suppress the trust. If the other elate follow the good el ample the combine w...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 6 May 1899

f. - rr fc . - ' , W a. An Excellent Combinn. ton. Tlic plva Hiit nictliixl and bvnt-fldal em-eta 01 the wil known remedy, KTKt l nr Vina, iiiiinufnotnrrd by fit f'Ai.iFiiH!i i Fio Svnt'P Co., Illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principle if planta known to be meil iriiiiil ly laxative ami preaentlnif tliern in th form mo,t rcfreMilnir tothe lave and aeeentnhl" to the system. II lithe one perfect ativ nfrthrninfr laxa tlve, rlcnnMnif the system effectually li-llintr roliN, headaehea and fevera (ft-ntly i't promptly and etiahlinir one to overcome habitual ronatipation per manently, ita perfect freedom trom every objectionable qunlltv and anb Mance. and ita acting on the kidneva. liver and bowels, without weakening or Irritating them, make It the ideal lax:itive. lo the process of manufacturing Hits are used, in they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from aenna and lit her aromatic nhinta, by a method known to tho (Ai....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 6 May 1899

THK HAlliY Cl J liKiS MAY ft. l'.'M Uy instruction from Chase A Sanburo we are authorixed to tell Itua and Mocha Coflee at the following pricei: 45-ceat coffee at. ,,40 cents, 40-ccnt coffee at. . .35 cents. 35-cent coffee at ... 30 cents. 3ixent coffee at. , ,25 cents. 5-cent coffee at... 20 cents. ED. CLOUTUtt 111 I. Railroad it., llboqaerqas, 1. 1. MONEY 10 LOAN On pianos, flrst-olaea fnrnltnre, ste. without removal. Aim on diamond! watohe. ) welry, life Insurance poll elm. rrunt dewln or any food secur ity. Terms very moderate. H. SIMPSON. tog Booth Beoond itwt, Albnatur to w an. New Meiloo, neat door I urn Union Telegraph oOloa. fart- B. A. 8LEYSTEK, THE IKSURAKCE MAN IB1L EST1I8. NOTARY PUBLIC Automatic Telephone No. 174. BOOMS II A U CBOMWKLL BLOCK W. C. BUTMAN. REAL ESTATE. rCRMSUKD ROOM8 KOR RKNT. Rente Colleeted. alone; to Loan on Real Kelate 9ecurtty OWcc ltb MutoI Automatic Telephone Co., CKUM WhLL. BLUtK. T.lephone 48ft. .H. SHOEMAKER. 205 Vol Cold Avenue out to rum Nat...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 8 May 1899

r.Mj nry uf Cjng'OM The aiUE Daily Citizen. Book Binding and BUnk Book Voti promptly CKMute In food Job Printing In all It BttfiMrou and iivtn rtyl at THE CITIZEN J branchrf 4on as H tbouM b at THE CITIZEN fob Room. Bindery. VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 8, 1899. NUMBER 165. Albmui TUB MS REPORT. Findings or Court of Inquiry Sustained by the President. Mass Meeting In Cnlcaf Sustain the fczpanslon Policy. Mints at Shorten to fee Worked Uadcr Mtrnal Law. oiiMaar loami to amiiica. Washington, lit; 8. By direction of me president, who approve the finding. Acting Hecretary of War aletklejohn lias matte public the report and boding ot m DiuitArj court appointed to Inventl gate the charge niede by Major General Milt, commanding the army, that the reer enpply to the army (taring the war with Hpaln wait nnflt for the dm of troupe. The moot Important feature of the roport are: finding that the gen eral'e tatenint that the refrigerated bxcf wan treated with chemica...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 8 May 1899

"WW n !" if i i :f. I n it THE DAILY CITIZEN RL'UHKS A McCKKIOHT, I'CBUHHIKfl Tuoe. Hi'hhu Kdltor W. T. WcChiiihht. Una. Mgr. and City IM ft lll l'HKII IIAIl.tT AHO WMILI, A-namMnted Press Afternoon Telegrams, OtUmal Paper of Bernalillo County. Largest City and County Circulation The Larget New Meiloo Circulation North Aritoua Circulation ALBl'gi'Kltgi K. MAY 8. inw Thi Philippine rebellion will probably l4 willed out thli week. An eitra seaeion of ooogreea will prob ably be hrhl In October. A CKNsts of the Choctaw Indians la be ing taiteu. Tuere art about I6,(X"J of lb tribe. Tut Ban Krauclntw Kiamlner says that Phoenti, Arlioua, It the Monte Carlo ot the l otted (Hate. The Territorial Pair association have no time to lose if they eipect to make a creditable exhibition out fall. Major H-itm wasn't heard of la the war with Spain, but he comes right to the front la the reuuloa business. Thiniihu, Colorado, lo to bare new Baula Ke depot. The neit town to get a new depot building ehoul...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 8 May 1899

kv. -gfc rt f? . .1 i . :a.i 4 taw r. An Excel lout Combination. The pi emu tit method and beneficial enwta of me well known remrnv fcritiT or Fine, niannfartiired by (he l Ai.iroimiA Km Hyhi'p Co., illustrate Cio vultie of obtnitiinir thr limiiil laxa tive principle of plants known to be nit-tlk'inallj Ih native amt prenentlng them in tiie form motit ref resiling to the lame and acceptable to the evetrm. It I the one perfect atrrnirthentnir laxa' live, cleansing the avntein effectually ili-x-llittf ciiltU. heailache am) ferera irently yet promptly anil enabling one to overcome habitual const ipntinn per tnanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and auu mancc. ami us acting on the kidney, liver and bowel, without weakening or Irritating them, make It the ide luxative. In the processor manufacturing flga are used, an they are pleasant to the msie. nui me medicinal rjuautiesof the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromiitio tilniitn. by a method known to t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 8 May 1899

ili a i i CL0UTH1ER & MeRAE, Successors to ED. CLOUTHIER, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Ag'im for Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Tens, Imperial Patent Flour and Monarch Canned (ioods. 20 1 West Railroad Avenue. fVUV Ik A 1 1 V mrpirHfc) AI.BI QI KKyl K. MAT 8, 1988 MONEY TO LOAN On plan on, flint-clam fnfnltnrs, etc. without removal. Also on diamonds, watches. Jewelry, life Insurance poll elm. Trust deeds or any food seow It;. Tot ma very moderate. H. SIMPSON. 109 South Beoond street, Altroquer qua, New Meilceeneit door to West ern Union Telegraph oflloe. B. A. SLKYSTEK, THE MAI IKAL ESTATE. SOIARI PUBLIC Automatic Telephone No. 174. BOOMS It A 14 CBOMWKLL BLOCK W. C. BUIMAN, REAL ESTATE. fCRXISHKD BOOMS FOB BKNT. Bent Collected. Money to Loan on Real Kstate Security. UUcc with Mutual Automatic Telephone Co, CKUMWHLL BLOCK. Telephone 45. L.H. bhO UMAKfiR, 20$ Tot Gold Avcoua out to Flnt National Bank. lei and Second Hand Fnrnilnrs, TOVU AID tOOIIIOLa SOOPi. kepalrtna a Specialty....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 9 May 1899

The Albuquerque" Daily Citizen. Book Binding Job Printing nil Blank Book Work promptly executed In food Myk af THE CITIZEN Bindery. in ill tt numerous and divene branchei done at It ihould be at THE CITIZEN job Room. VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUKSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 9, 1099. NUMBER 1GG. UNDER MAKTIAL LAW. Rigid Roles to Control Working of Wardner Mines. All Volunteer Troops Ha?e Been Shipped Fiom Cuba. President VcKloley Tikluf Baths at Warm Springs, Va. Wild or A IIITUI ITIAMI1. Ward uer. Idaho. May . At a confer ence between Bartlett Sinclair, tteneral Merriam, Sheriff France aud Judge Llnd ley, tlio following proclamation was Is sued : 'To Mine Owners, Shoshone County: Certain organization or combinations existing In Shoshone county have ahown themselves criminal In purposely procur lug property to be destroyed anil murder to be cotiunltud. by reason whereof It liao tieen twice necessary to declare mar tial law In Shoshone county. Vou are, therefore, notltled that the em...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 9 May 1899

MaaliViJ 4e TilK DAILY CITIZEN Rl'OMKS McCKKMHT. ITblishkhb Thus. Hchhiw Kill tor W. T. McrKKiuHT. ttus. Mr. Mil City R4 H III IIAII.V AND nMRLt, AewUtod Pram A f tor noon Telegrams, itliilal Paper of Bernalillo Count. LargeNt City mid ('aunt Circulation The l-arj-ewt Now llesioo Circulation rtim North Arisona Circulation Ai.nrgrKugrK. may v. inw Thk nineteenth renturr will end l)e-remlH-r 31, WW AI'Mihal Dkwky In coil I tig home to take a deserved ami needed reet. KiI'I.imi will all for Kngland thin month, having recovered from bli recent eevere lllnexe. Awkuk an eiporie to South Africa have grown from 3,(Xi,(HiO In lf8 to 17, 5i,(n in l'.'H. Thkhe are thirty six cities In the t'nlted Btatea that have a population i tloiated between 6o,iK) and 1UO.0UO, Thk report of the court of Inquiry on the quality of beef furnlehed the army In Cuba doe not eatlefy the friends of Ben. Ml lee. TlRkFT ha agreed to pay for the property of American inteelonarlea de etroyed by ber soldier during the ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 9 May 1899

mm An Excellent Combination. The pleasant m tluxl and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, hTHi r or Km, manufactured by the Cam omnia Km NrMlT- Co., Illustrate I lie value of ol(iniii(f the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be niedieinnlly lexntivp and nresentliiB; them in the. form uuiht refrenliin(f to the tnste and avceptalde to the system. It la the one perfect strentrtheninir Uxa tlve, cleansing the avatem effectually, ilis'lliii(f colda, headaches and fevcra gently yet promptly anil enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per tnanently, Ita perfect freedom from every odjcctlonable quality and aub Man''e. and ita acting on the kidneys, liver nml bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make It the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing fl(ra are used, a they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from aenna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the Tamfohnia Fie Mvm r Co. only. In or...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque daily citizen. — 9 May 1899

CLOUTHIER & MeRAE, Successors to ED. CLOUTHIER. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Agent for Chase & Sanborn Coffees ami Teas, Imperial Patent riour and Monarch Canned Ooods. 20 1 AVest llailroad Avenue. THE DAILY CITIZEN Al.Hl Ql KKyl.K. - MAY V. lmn MONEY 10 LOAN On piano, fJrst-clae fnrnltor, etc without removal. Also on diamonds, atone. Jewelry, life Insurance poll elm. Trust deed or any food secur ity. Terms verr moderate, H. SIMPSON. 9 Snath Second street, Albagaer que. New Mexico, next door to West era Union Telegraph office. Jt. A. 8LEYSTEH, THE Ml im nun. NOTARY PUBLIC. Automatic Telephone No. 174. BOOHS II A 14 CHOMWKLL BLOCK W. C. BUTMAN. REAL ESTATE. FCRNISHKD KOOMS HOB RKN'T. ReaU Collected. Money to Loau ou Real Kstate Security. Uttice with Muluil Automatic Telephone Co., CKOMWhLL BLOCK. Telephone 435. L.H. SHOEMAKER, 205 Wt Cold Avenue atxt to Pint National Bank. lef and Second Hand Furniture, tovis am oosieoLB coons. KrpairtDa Specialty. Furniture stored ami parked ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Daily Citizen
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