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THE DAILY CITIZEN
JI NK lit. imw
Hy instructions from Chase A
Sanburn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha CofTee at the
45-cent coffee at. , ,40ctnts.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at. . .30 cents.
30-cent coffee it. . . 25 cents.
5-cent coffee at. , . ao cents.
tli W. Railroad Ar.t ilbaqaerqaa, 1. 1.
On pianos, Orst-clam furniture, etc,
wltlxrtit femoral. Alon diamonila,
wntch"", Jew. Irj, life lnenranoe poll
eles. Trutt deed or any good aecur
Itj. Terms verr moderate.
109 South Second atreet, Albuquer
que, New Mexico, noii door to Yimt
am In Ion Telegraph ollloe.
B. A. SLEYISTEK,
Antotuatla Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS IS A 14 CHOMWKLL BLOCK
One Block Exit of Depot
First-class sample room
European Plan. . .
Well Lighted and ill Modern Contenlencei
A Strictly First-dass Hotel
M. C. MAYNIli
iSaccMiM M J. E Mattrww.)
Pure Jersey Milk
If-Onli-r. I'rnmi.tly KiIIimI. Out.uk- Order
mm & mm,
207 Railroad Ave
N. T. AKHUO BL'ILDINO.
Km 10 cvu dim.
. Ilftv. your stilrt Uuudrlrd
Anil biiine on tuue.
At the Albaqicrjuc Steam Laaadrj,
Cmw Coml . u4 Bmamud at,
J AT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
r facta 414.
fVlbuauerque Fish Market..
Kreeh Klah. Orators. LotMtera.
Crata, bhrioipe, etc Baltimore
Oystera, freeh every dar in bulk
and can. Headquarters for
Dressed Poultry. Mall Order
receive uroiupt attention.
20 and 201 Soutn Second Street.
ME LI Ml & EAKIN.
Ibolesala and Retail Liquor Dealers,
family trade auppllcd M WhulrMle (irtce.,
itlu.lv. aa.nta fur tlx f.moua Yellu atone
Whtaay. All the atamlard brand, ul
SI. LOUIS ud MILWAUKEE
Hmtlril beer In Ma.k. hlrnant Sldr board and
trading mum In Connection and War Uulle
In. frcali Imm Uia wirra.
OPENING SUMMER SEASON
Sunday, June V49 1H98
Mew Mavis rilr Ihe ( Un.
grail. Orrltlrioai Mna.tr. Mtrrrn
lirM mr lVrltiTn.m r 'I Imro-
tUv. MHurUy and huutlny KvtrmiiKi- Special
hundMV Matunt-r U Ulir tii Clnulrra.
fret UHiice alter Ui Kveniiif IVrforinaiue.
AtJniituiiuu, UuluUihH ruuiiii uIij ticket nu
car line. 'Att trtita.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. 8cond 8t
bmi ou Kami.
Tlu work. Vt bltney Co.
Btove repairs at Kutrelle'a.
Koom moulding. Whitney Co.
Wash silks 9Uc a yard at llfeld's.
New arrivals la elegant silk waists at
Attend the special sale of ablrt waists
at the Koouomlst
Burnt orange ribbons In sash aud tie
widths at tlttild'a.
Novelties in our quoeusware depart
ment. Vt Uituey Co.
8m) the bargaius in new furniture Just
arrived at Kuirelltt'e.
Kir el at "The Kalr Btore." Bee
their bargain counters.
Uood eveuing. Have yon seen the bar
gain counters at "The fair 8 lore f"
Kor granite-ware, tinware aud stoves
sea J. n . Uvdiug, 212 bold aveuue.
Photo supplies ot all kinds; developing
ami priming lor ainnieurs, at Brock
The frealieet stock ot staple aud fancy
groceries are to be found at Bell X Co.',
Here's a barelu In eent's ltomeo sh
Iu black aud uu. Kurmer price, $'2.6,
now tt.iu at Dimpier s.
Kee the beautiful boys' wash suits at
llfeld's. They are Just the thing for the
little fellows, rrloe from ouo up.
Ladles, show your patriotism aud buy
red, while and blue Dewey waist, ouly
at me uoiueu liuie ury uoou company
Purchase your tickets for a trip to the
famous Hulphur not springs from w . L
Trimble it Co.'s. ihey will give you all
Kor Keut Woven room furubtbed house
aud a Hat, coulalulug lourleeu rooms,
rarlly furnlHhed. Inquire Art Parlors,
is north Third street.
The Sulphur hot springs la the Ideal
mountain renort within a day's ride of
this clly. Call at W. L. Trimble & Co.'a,
ou north Becoud street, for particulars.
Btrangsrs will Cud good accomoda
tion at reasonable rales at the Itallroad
aveuue bouse, half a block from the sta
tion. Keeldnul and alraugers alike are
ooidlally luvited to patrouite lb. Bail-
A N I MM ENSE STOCK to
soitment of beautiful designs of new colorings and patterns.
We desire to lay Npc-olul HtrosH on the fact that we have not
one Waist In our ntoro which is not made in the very iipw
OHt ntjlo and eweil to la.t. We have Waists from the best
manufacturers in the country only; and do not compare the quality
of our goods w ith that of any inferior goods now placed before the
public. Our pikes we shall always be pleased to hold open to
comparison. It gives us a chance to show how much good, honest
value, ns to quality and workmanship, can really be crowded into a
Shirt Waist. We have just received another new shipment of
Waists, and must reduce our stock. We want to do this fast, and
we are making strenuous efforts to attain this end. Hence these
Ladies' Percale Waists, north (5c, now::::::.
Ladles' Percale Waists, worth i5c, now
Ladies' Gingham Waists, worth tK)c, now
Ladies Madras Waists, worth $l,now .::
Ladies' Ptrcalo Wai its, worth $1.25, now
Ladies Madras Waisti, worth $1 50. now..:
Ladies' Percale Waists, worth $1.75, now
Ladies (iiiinham waists, worth $2, now :"..-:
Ladies' Market ( loth waists, worth $2.50, now
Ladles' White Lawnwalsts, worth $1, now -Ladles
White IMiiimity waists, wortli
Ladies' Wash Silk waists,
Ladles' TaiTeta and hatin
road barber rthop, list Kallrrwd arenun.
New tin porrvlaln bath tub jiih! put
In. liattiA, & outs; hair cuttiua, 2b
cvdIh. J. K. banclifi, proprietor.
If too Intend to enjoy jourwlf In the
mouutalns thin euuiiuer, remember the
nulphur hot uprliiKM, neHtied ill a rallej
of the Jemes niountalUH, ranuot tie tmr-
p unwed for (K-enery. For pHrtlcularn
write to W. L. Trimble & Co, this clu.
IOut A srolden opiiortiiiiltT if rou fall
to take Bilvaiitane of the grunt removal
vale now going ou at J. O. (Jliteou'a, the
people iirnlture man, r Irnt Mtreet, near
To-ulstit will be the lant performance
ot "Krmiule. The hit of I lie hchhoii at
popular prtexe. Ibwerved eeatN fifty
ct-iitH. Ueueral Hrtuilswlou tweutr-Qve
The very latent. A camera complete,
with one plate holder, lor IflM. The
Kureka Jr. Kuetuiau A Co.'a make, at
Hrockmeler'M, a Hue luiitrument.
Hlojclot sold, reutrd, repaired, enam
eled In fact, all and every kind of wheel
work dune at iirockmeier' promptly, by
Have J lift received another lot ot craeh
hats. I hey are very neat and only cost
76 cede. Biniou bteru, the Kail road
Simpler, the people' nlioe man, haa re
celved a new Invoice ot Ladles' Oxford
tiea which be la aelllug at remarkably
In JiiNtice Crawford' court till niorn
ing, William Whitney, a hack driver,
charged with rtrklettt driving, wbh dl-
Kor sale A flrnt clajw aoila water plant
In a live thriving town; good biiNiueN.
Inquire at Citi.kn oilice for particular.
Bicycle, chain and chalnleiw, the beet
make, made to wear, eaey to ride, price
the loweet at Brock meter'.
Slightly damaged by Ore. Hood of
fered cheap ou the bargain counters at
'The Kalr Store."
New line of ladle' putt Hcurf in all
eolor of ellk, atin and piiiie, jimt iu at
Old Kye, Rourtion or brandy, 7B cento
per quart. Call tor sample, at A. Lorn
A complete linn ot potted meat and
iiellcactea for lunclieoiiH and picnic, at
Ice cream, in pint and quart boxe.
S)e per quart. Candy Kitchen.
I Jul lee, do you need a new pair of
hoeH'f See llfeld thl week.
Freeh, home-made chocolate aud bon
bon at the Canity Kitchen.
Study the KconomiHt' price It you
wIhq to save money.
Boy' and girl' tdraw hat, l"c, l&c, Sue
and iRc at Ilfeld'.
THE WHITNEY COMPANY
M'Cormiek Mowing Machine,
.... The Very Best Made.
STXiSS II J
That make you feel cool
beauties, call and see them and see
CARRIAGES Styles and prices within the reach of all.
. . Hardware, Furniture, and Crockery . ,
DOMESTIC & IMPORTED DINNER SETS From $10.00 up.
TOILET SETS From $3.50 up. Each and every one of our depart
ments carry the largest stink in the Southwest.
select from in a match!
worth $(, now.;;.
waists from $5
Major Krneet Meyers haa gone to Blaud
Kred. Levi, with bl sample ot wet
good, 1 north on buainee.
Cha. Mehan, a brother of James Me
ban, I In the eity from Kl I'aao.
Hon. Hoi. Luna and family returned to
their home at Los Luna yeeterday morn
ing. The board of education will meet thl
evening. All members are requeNted to
A meeting ot the Non-Sectarian Be
nevolent annotation will be held at K.
W . Clancy' law ofllce to morrow after
noon at 8 o clock.
Judse H. B. Hamilton, of Socorro, who
will soon relinqulnh the jndgeehtp of the
riftn judicial dlHtrici to judge t:narle
Leland of Ohio, paad up the road for
Laa Vegas last night.
Dr. M. O. Paden, of White Oak, and
Dr. J. K. UcConnell, of Laa Crocea, who
attended the National Medical Aworla-
tion convention at Denver, were paaeen
ger homeward bouud laat night.
W. B. Walton, Klltor of the Silver City
Indeiiendent, and V. B. Barker, editor of
the Karm and Orchard at m Crucea,
paiMed south to their reepective home
iaet night, after a visit to Santa Ke and
Don't fail to see the opera of "Krinlnle"
to-night. The Uncut company that has
ever played before an Albuquerque audi
ence. Popular price. Keaerved eata
llfty cent. Ueueral admlHlon tweuty
11.0. Whitcomb. of the Camp Whit-
comb resort, out In the Saudla mountain.
Inform Thr Citi.kn that a number of
city folk v lulled the Camp yeterday.
He report hi gueata all well and en joy
Yeeterday was an Ideal New Mexico
day. and It seemed that everybody In
town waa out walking, driving or bicycle
riding. The rain the previous ariHruoon
aud evening made the air perfect not
too cool nor too warm, and to conne
queuce everybody waa pleaeed.
The Fresno, Cal., Republican, in It
comment of Harry MoCue, ay: Mn
Cue' batting eye ha been enlarged. He
U death to southpaw twlrler. McCue
ha proved that he can hit, catch and put
up a nice a g una la center a any boy
who ha ever donned a mlt la thl town
Cha. A. Btelner, superintendent of the
wentern dlvlaion ot the Texas A Pacific,
with headquarters at hi Paso, was run
over in the yard ot the company at Kl
Paw on Saturday afternoon, the wheel
ot the engine paiwlng over nl leg Junt
ahove the knee and aimoxt severing
them from bis body. He lived aeveral
boura, after which the remain were
The Canton All Steel Easy Dump Rake,
The Rake that makes our competitors envious. THE IN
SURANCE Gasoline Stove. "The Safe Gasoline Stove." The
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE-BOXES, Save more ke
in one season than they cost. Our ICE-CREAM FREEZERS
will make ice-cream while you are crushing ice for other makes.
If You Are Going to the Mountains You ouht to
see our folding camp orttfits.
nd Lvoxi Bedsteads,
during these hot nights. They
our styles and prices. CIUL.1).
I ft m
i . i. r. f I ' D f
In order to reduce stoi V nnl raise money we offer for sale this week
100 Chocie Men's Suits,
Worth $lii.O(, $ I :., $1 l.OO and $lff.OO, at only
vhin suit I tTTy
Tlieac are all this season's goo!, but the lines are broken and we
We alno offer
200 Pair Fine
Worth $1.00 ti .0, at only
Some of these are
r'f Our HOYS' nn.l
SUITS and WAISTS
at Reduced Prices.
embalmed and shliied to TexHrkmna.
Tea. lnHt night. Mr. Stelner whu well
known to Agent Trim, or imm city, no
Npeaks Iu hiRh terms of lit in an a line
gentleman and a welt-Iked rnilroader.
John Burke, brother of Judge w. H.
Burke, Is In the city, and the la'ter In
showing the vhtttor around. Mr. Burke
was here Iu the early days ot Albuguer
que and al o about twi Ive years ago, and
of couree he notlres many nulwlautlul
Improvements. He hits been out wewi
the employ ot the I.uutry Bros., and le
now on his way to Tei.ut.
A. T. Hill, one of the beet and moet re
liable engineer of the Hanta Ke railway,
running between this rlty and San Mar
rial, aud thenre from the latter town to
Kl Paao, Is Id the city, having secured a
leave of atieeuee of sixty days, and will
enjoy the time with bin family here, oc
casionally visiting tho mouutaili resortx
Owing to the funeral ot Walter Knulki,
the ladles ot the VYoman'sChrlHtlan Tem
perance I n Ion and friends will poetpone
the time of sewing tor the soldiers until
Wednesdny, June l"i, when all Indies who
are Interested Iu this work are Invited to
awlxt. They will meet at the residence
ot Mrs. Harwood, at t p. m .ou the abuve
Arthur Heyn, the liook keeper at John
Becker's big store at B'iln, came up to
the metropolis lnet Saturday night aud
was around with exceedingly nice
friends yeeterday. to whuu be treated
Ice cream. He returned to his duties this
morning, but promised to vinit Albuijiier
(ue quite often in the future.
The Gospel temperance meeting held
at the Hsrwood building (college) on
Lead avenue yesterday afternoon was
well attended, and all thoee pres
ent were pleased with the Instructive
and Interesting services.
Hon. 8. B. Newcomh, one of the well
known attorneys of I .an ('nice, was a
passenger to Hsuta Ks lust ulght, where
he has some Important legal mutturs to
Dr. P. 0. Cornleh, the railway surgeon,
who was called want last Saturday ulght,
returned to the oily last night.
are P-jj-R-N"l"T" "
Office and Salesrooms, 217-219 S. 2nd St.
Warkihopt and Heavy Hardware, 115-117
S. 1st. street.
regular; other are misfits, an 1
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
ON THE LOOK-OUT
For the Spanish fleet is Uncle
aam, and when once got -
able wdl follow Diwey's
ample -"Venl Vidi Vicl."
with our patrons when on bar
gains bent, they find our prices,
our work and our representations
Y. MAYNARD, Jeweler...
Tatch Inspector, A T. 8c S. F. R.
I AHU IIALLINU ItKAIt.
Tli. AkI rthr of Nlmou and Stihan
Hallluc lil.d Tu-Iay.
The death of Carl Baliinir. aifixl 71
yxurs, occurred shortly bsfore 1 o'clock
this afternoon at the residence of his
son, Simon balling, the proprietor of the
Pioneer bakery, on Klrst street, near Gold
avenue. The aged (reutlcinau received a
ttroke of paralysis last fall and his death
today was the result of another stroke
Midurcd this morning, air. Hailing was
born in Hivarla, Germany, aud had lived
in Albuquerque aliout sli years, besides
the son, Hiiuou, who deeply uiourus bis
aged imrent'e demise, another son. Hie
phen lulling, lives ut Needles, Califor
ula, where hs holds the position ot fore
man of the carpeutor shop of the Santa
he I'acitlc railway. A message to hliu
this afternisin announces his father's
death and he will probably be here to
morrow evening. A daughter of the veil
ernlile Mr. Hulling still resides la Ger
many. Preparations are making for
the funeral, which will occur sometime
A Nad Ac ldool.
Sheriff McAfee, of Grant county, wai
Iu towu tor a few hours last evening,
and In converHittion with a Citi.kn re
porter at the statlou, told of a deplorable
accident that happened to John Uarfoot,
a calllemim near Hudson station, twenty
live miles from Silver City, ou Thursday
Mr. Marfoot was engaged "cuttlug out"
cows ami calves from the round-up, when
his horse rau over a calf and fell to the
ground lu such a way that Mr. barfoofe
head was caught under the horse. The
rider received a fractured skull from
which he died later iu the day.
Ourpua Olirlatl C.l.bratlon.
Owing to the ground being too wet
from Saturday's rain, the Corpus Chrlstl
procesHiuu ot the San Felipe parish was
postponed from yesterday morulng until
Mia afternoon at 0 o'clock.
At this hour the march waa taken up
from the church lu this order:
Carried lu lirst waa the church stand
ard, followed by the cross, the St. Mary's
Sodality of young girls. Sodality of
Christiail Mothers, ladles of the church,
about thirty members of the Sodality ot
the Sacred Family, gentlemen; Ufty
members of the Mutual Protective asso
ciation. After these came a number of
llttls (lower girls, who decorated the four
altars arranged around the plaza, pre
ceding as they walked the liost or blessed
Sacrament, carried under a canopy by
Kiit her Irmnl.i. Father liuraii spirit.!
In the benediction that was said at each
altar by Father Trombl. Father Leonl
directed the provessiou.
The various societies wore their church
luxiguia sashes and carried banners.
'I lie parade was from two to three
blocks lu length. At the end ot the
march the procession entered the church,
where the veeper service was conducted,
coucludlug the festival's observance.
Coiirado Gomutlea, the populur sheep
ralrter aud buyer, of this city, has re
turned from his ranges up in theCabeton
neighborhood, lie states that the ranges
need grass and water aud that the sheep,
which up to this time have been lu good
condition, are beginning to show the
want of those two necessary adjuncts to
their sulisiHtence. Mr. Gonzales stated,
however, that jilHt before he left the city
heavy clouds overhung the Cahezou
ranges and it Is his opinion that the
111 mil needed ralu has on no to Uadileu
the Htockmeu aud farmers.
Yesterday Vincents Torres had a cow.
To day hheritl llubbell has the cow and
is looking (or the owner of said boviue. It
is suspected tliat Torres came by Hie cow
dihliuiiesily. He tied the animal under
the Klo Grande bililge ami came to town
aud made an etTort to dispose of the beef,
not the cow, lie Is uow in jail.
The annual meeting of the Commercial
club, adjourned from Thursday evening
last, will he held to morrow ulght at a
o'clock. Kverv votimr member in nrired
to be present.
want to close them out now.
are all neat joods.
809 Topper Ave.
Hortcahoting a Specially. Wigon RttuUV
Ing and all Other Kindt ol BUckainith
'It. Dollar. K.waid
Kor the return to Hit) south Arno of
two buckrkiu ponies which stray
ed from Hear canyon last week. Due
with three white feet, the other branded
Yes, we're going to move, aud wa And
that we have a whole lot of new and sec
ond hand furniture, etc., that wa would
rather sell you at a big discount than
carry with us. This removal sale will
last ten days only. Our has, your gain.
4. O. Gldeou. First street.
Hrockmeler Is acknowledged to have
the lluest assortment of wheels In the
territory. Tandems, ladies', gentlemen'!
nun cmiureu s.
Call aud examine the
Have you seen the new
pin at the Kcouomlst.
4Jwayi Goods People
Wantt Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
The Things You Will Need.
A7K WANT the trade of all the men, as well as the women and children; and we're winning
v v success at it aa easily as a summer cloud drops rain. The public knows this. They appre
ciate the efforts which this store is constantly making to give them a bigger dollar's worth than they
can get elsewhere. We ask that no assertion made by us should go unchallenged. Apply the test
at any time and you'll find us prepared to back up our promises. We've made it possible for your
dollar to do extra duty on these lots:
HARGAINS IN LIGHTWEIGHT UN
DICK WEAK Quality and low price are essen
tial to bargains of any kind. We don't think
you ever bought reliable underwear at suth pri
ces as these. Changing time now, and a good
time it is to buv the summer underwear outfit.
WOMEN'S RH5IJEL) VESTS.
Fine quality, hue trimmed neck, front and sleeve
big, special 10c
Nice quality with wing sleeve, special 5c
Fine quality, Lisle thread, silk taped neck and
GREAT STOCKING ACTIVITY Caused
by the very economical ju ices on certain lots of
women's and childiens dependable hosiery.
Such values do much toward sustaining our repu
tation as hosiery sellers.
Ladies Fast lll.uk or tan seamless hose plain or
ribbed top, special at 15c
Hoys' or Gills Fast lllack seamless hose line
quality double knee, special i pair 25c
A TOWEL TUMI5LE Many thrifty peo
ple replenish the towel stock just on the edge of
the summer season. Such people will find these
towel bargains very nuuh to their liking.
Heavy, closely woven, large size white Turkish
towel special,, .i 15c
Good quality, all Inen, Momie weave towel,
two for. . 25c
EXTRA MEN'S WOOL PANTS $1.70 A PAIR.
Ladles' Oxford Low Shown In tail aud black Only $1.40 a Pulr, Worth $tj to $:Urt
A. J. MALOY,
OLUB HOUSE CANNED GOODS,
None to Equal,
BELL'S SPKINGS CREAMERY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave.
Of ncral Agents for W. J. Lcnip's St. Louis Mccr.
ELEGANT UETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIQIIT.
Outalde Orders Promptly Attended to.
Price. Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & GIOMI,
107 & 109 SoQlb First Street, Albuquerque. N. H.
I. Kodoraed tr
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER,
Agent (or New Mexico.
Also Agent tor the beet BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION,
STUCK KOR SALE.
Ho I for
WE DOSIKK TO INFORM
The pond drritni
lLt a tine Hue ul...
Aw.lt llielr In.prctloo .1
107 Sooth Klrst
SuiU Cleaned for $1.00.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Albuquerque. N. M.
MONK Y Tl) LOAN.
- ' ,"'4i."'l-.v"' .'-.4
JOUNSTON A- MOORE'S
Famous Stages Leave
EYERY THURSDAY MORNING
tSTFor the Resort.
Livery Feed and Bales Stables
a to any part of the city
for only 2.r.
Telephone No 0.
Telephone No. 1 1 4
COPPER 4YEIUB, Bet Soconi and Third S!s
CALL AT THE
J. A. SKINNER,
Low Price and Courteoua Trealtuenl.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
MEN'S OUTING SHIRTS. Some made
of soft llannelette, some of cheviot, some of ging
ham's and madras cloth. All full generous
sizes and perfect fitting It w ill pay you to pause
and ponder prices here.
25 dozen, special price ; 35l
25 dozen better quality including best quality
black and white stripe special at 5uc
20 dozen Laundried collar and cuff attached
shirts, all kinds, special at 5v
32 doz soft bosom shirts separate culfs big spe
cial at 501
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. ;
big lines of shirts and drawers consisting of I lair
Lines, Natural Gray and Halbriggan 25c gl
Hest Halbriggan shirt ahd drawers made .... 501
High colored Halbriggan in light blue, tan and
violet color very fine goods yc
Men's seamless socks fast black 10c pair
Suspenders fine quality drawer supporters. . 251
Sweaters heavy quality at 50c.
Hoys' waists at 15 and 25 cents.
" Percale waist at 35 and 50c.
" Fontleroy waisis, nice embroidery 50 and 75c