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TUP: DAILY CITIZEN!
A'-Bl g'. KK'J. K, - Jl I V 22, IH'.is
Hy m.stri ttiorm Irom Chase A
rantniin we aie nu'.homed to sell
Java ami Mocha Coffee at the
45-cent coffee at . , .40 cents.
40-cent codec at ... 35 cents.
35-cent coffee at . . . 30 cents.
3ortnt itilf -e at ... 25 cents.
'5-ceut coffee at ... 20 cents.
114 1. EiliroJl At., ilbaqcerqne, 1. 1.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On piano, first-clan fnrnlture, et,
without removal. Also on diamonds,
watche. Jewelry, life Insurance poli
cies. Triint ilewU or any s;ooil secur
ity. Term verr moderate.
SOtt South Second etreet, Albuquer
que. New Mexico, neit door to West
ern Union Telegraph otllee.
r a i n rr i 1 I
am m m m mm m i
KIluM lo -1 Y
goo 's Hi 'l Ifl'J In
illii'i'tlv. hill i' Im I
ri--l. in r i n d low c
, unlit further not ire. wp will offer our entire stock of summer
. t tjii'in mount;. Ilii Is not n money milking sale for n,
ce it loin' tooiir inter! dy cln-in out thin seuson's khmI- hI
i-t. in I't'ler to get H freh to'k for the coin In if !eiiion. due
f the members of our firm N going to tlie eastern market Within a few Week",
(i 1 1 I new gn.HU v ill begin hi ri lug within h nionih. We neeil room, hum we neeil
nloenll. i M . I lii A I u 1 1 1.' 1 1 1 I'.'lhir will he milliter in our store witliin the
iu t few wi i k- 1 1 .i ii il luii oi'i lu l u before, iiml t tint is saying n great ileul. hon't
let Im'Iow priri'- ini io.ol joii h to iuilily. I here's imt an nrlii le mentioned that
Isn't Woith iiIiik -I double, loll will agree with lit when you ee the KihnIi.
B. A. JSLEYSTEIt,
BOumci is a i tnuMWin.i, hl.OCK
II. 12. HAYNIU
ISauilw ts J. II Mslthsw.)
Pure Jersey Milk
Order Promptly Filled.
& JE3C 1 3EFC JP 0
( 10 rrnt dtme.
Hive your hirt limn dried
And borne on liiu.
at tu aibuqucrque Steam Una dry,
Cornvr Col . ud Hoottd pt,
JAY A. HI' BBS, Proprietor,
Lace stripe Lawns, worth
UJc per jnrd 7c
l'lain Lawns, in floral designs
and stripes, worth UJc If
Organdies, Lappels and
Lawns, worth 1 7 Ji c and
20c per yard 11c
Orjjandim, worth 25c per
Ladies' Vests, worth 6c, now
3 (or lOc
Latins' Vists, worth 10c, at ."c
Ladies' Vests, worth 15c, at lOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 25c, at l."c
Ladies' Vests, worth 35c, at '2(tc
Ladies' Vests, worth 40c, at '!ic
Ladies' Lisle Vests," 60c, at lOc
LAD ES' SHIRT WAISTS.
They are all this years' styles,
perfect in fit and workmanship,
and not to be compared in quality
to many Inferior goods offered at
so called Bargain Prices. We
offer them at our actual cost to
close them out. They go now
from lilc to $1.25
Former price 65c to $a 50.
Six weeks ago we
skirts on hand, now we
I h.tt s a great many
we want to have when our new
ones come in. We have only the
better qualities left, in black and
colors, now for $1.75 to $3.0O
They were $2.75 to $5 00.
Kiiuil I'liriiiiin-i in nil other ih'piirtiiientH which lack of Hmce does not permit
ii to mention.
809 Topper Ave.
Hortnhotuig a Specialty. Vgon Rtpiir
Inr and all Other Kindi oi UUclumith
" ork Guaranteed.
MELl-I & tAKlN.
Itiolesale and Eetail Llqnor Dealers,
Family trade iipidird at Whnlraale prim.
KscltutYcaffenta for the f mona Yellowstone
Whisky. All the standard brands of
SI. 10C1S and MILWAUKEE
Bottled brer to stock, hlrgant Hide board and
Heaitlni nxim Ir Connection and War Uulle
tins treat) from the wires.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
Fresh KUh and Drtwiwl Toultry.
206 and 203 South Second Street,
. it no mm
( ru Hritid
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St
best ua hartti.
Htove repulrs at Kulrelln'o.
Kloor mattlnc. hltuer Co.
Krutt Jr and jelly glaee. Whltuey
40 reulM fur 7-foot cloth hliadtM. W. V.
Kite Hale of carpets at May &. Faber'n,
i'letity of poultry at the Han Jcibit U au
kt.T to morrow.
UerrhauU' Inucb every nioruiug at the
Noveltiea In our queeimware depart
meat. M hltney Co.
Kir sals st "The Hair Store." Bee
their bargalo rouiilers.
Bojh knee punt", worth '2'i5 at KHi S
pair. Kweuwald Urotf.
Uuuhaiu Blirel rocoatiut, 20 ceutu per
pound, at A. Louihanlo'a.
Gold Kaiid mid 8. .V S. hams and bacon
at the Kan Ju.-K lUkklT
Bee the linn aiumrtuieiit of Uew furni
ture, -Oo south r- irnl Htreet.
Booms to let. Willi or without hoard, to
itivallda. 4 IU went Lead avenue.
Good eveuitiK. Have you eeu the bar
Kttiu counters at "the hair blorer"
CroHM A liluckwell chow chow, H.j
eeulM per puuud, at A. lJiuhardu'ii.
Kor uraiiite-waie, tinware and stove
see J. V. lUrittiiK, oid avenue.
The tieweet lad junl out. The Kouiau
belt, jtiHl rtx-eived at the Kcoiiuuiint.
A good, complete ramping out lit f i r
sale cheap. Call at 4 Vi south Itromlway.
Old Manee maple Hjrup, per unart, 36
eetitn; per pint, Mj reiiU, at A. Louibardo'a.
Hie bent ti men's ehoee tu the city are
sold at A.Himtiler & lo. s large HhoeHtore
Great lire eal of rurtatim Haltirday
July t M iy At Kalier, Gold avenue
belt to I HK t it l.KS ollice.
Attend our Uild-auiumer cloeluic out
aale. Good iteanolialile goO'lrt Hold at
ridiculoiiiily low pricea. ltoaeuwald
Lateet Htylea, tin to date, ladlee' Hhtiex
In lace. roiikTrena and button; the tiet In
the city. Ytui. Chupliu, No IU lull
Oakey's hack, all nlitht, bagKUKe and
trauHfer wh.mii to iiihlulKht. Leave or
derN at Abel's cigar stole. Automatic
'phone No. 'ili.
H. K. Koi, the well-known jeweler
and wife, accompanied by their daughter
Mm. A. b. Mctiultey, of Fort n iiigale,
have relumed to the city.
W111. Kraxer. the Chilili eheeu and
wool ralMr. will ship to-day H,(i ik.uuiI
of cleau wool to l'hilailelihia, Colilguel
to the houne repreaeuted by n . it
A. A. Trimble, wife and MIhk Grace
Hpent yenterday at t'ainp Whltcomh. tiu
their return, late lu the afternoon, they
encountered s very heavy ralu atoiut uu
Tliox. ti. Raii'lall. s peiiHlon examiner,
who ban been stationed at lleiiver, ha
beeu traimferred to this 1'Uy. lie arrived
here I l1 night and baa s room at the
Vleltora to Albtiitierijue are Invited to
take lodging at the Hallroad avenue
Louise). Kverj thing beat and cleau; pricea
reawmable. The Kail road barber shop
willeitH ynur putrnnage. Kverything elue
eliw gone up, but our priree remain the
wine. Shaving, hair cutting and baths,
h our chairs. Vou're next.
J. K. BASt.HK, Proprietor.
Miss Dora llelweg left Welnelay
night for (H. LoiiIh, where she will rwl le
in the future. Joe llelweg will leave for
st IiiiIm In about ten deyn, and Mrs.
llelweg, with her other single daughter,
expect to get away for the Mound City
lonietline In the lull.
C. I), l'urlon, aeKlHtatit chief engineer
of the Naiitu Ke railway, and the reniileiit
enirineer, K. W Giant, left thin morning
for Situta Kite, (irntit Cutinty, to examine
the work recently done 011 the branch
Mrn. Calvin Whiting presented the
Woman' Chrtxtlaii 'i'einiierance I nion
with one hundred and els hniiil-Mime
leeUiiuiitrt for Compauy A, at Whipple
Hergeant George Armljn and II. I.. Al
ln rH. of Troop K, are among the wounded
"Rough KlderH" at Kort Thomas., Ken
tucky. They are reported getting along
"What Did llewey 1)9 to Them," "Our
Flag, the Hed. White and HI11-." " ar
onga of "tH." Three Inte war eongs for
f 1, at W hlteon a Music Store.
W anteil -A bright, well educated
young lady, not under - , to aiiwt lu re
coptlon parlnra. Apply to parlor 81,
Grand t enlral hotel.
The l.aillen' 8olillcr' Aid society will
mxet for work to morrow afternoon at
the club building. All ladles Invited to
lend a band.
C. W. Trimble, who Is one of the most
extensive cheep buyers that vlnlts the
niulhweut. Is here to-day from Kort Col
(. W. Strong, the undertaker, left last
night for Wlntlow, on profe-wlonal
niiNiiiess. He will return to this city to
night. We have Just received s full line of
Scotland f:i.oo ladies' line Oxford and
high shoes. Give us a call. A. Simpler
Kutrelle, corner Gold and Klrst streets
will sell you good wall puper St 12Hr
Inutile roll and no
Vour choice of 'J'',' knee bants, four to
fourteen years at inc. Kosenwald Hroa
Die beet summer fuel Is CerrllliM nut
coal; t.i" per ton. Ilahn A. Co.
Bpring chickens, the best limner can
buy, at the Ban Jkk Mahkk.t.
Native wine (red or white). 73 cents
per gallon, at A. LomhaMu's.
Trunks and telescone valines cheaner
than the clieassl, Kutrelle's.
Mrs. Kred. Lewis Is now visitinn
friends at Ventura, Cal.
Kxcelhlnr Kurm satiHngs st Die Ban
lt-E jlAhK KT.
I unit s and trimmings,
GEORGE NESSINGER SHOT.
William Clark, a Colored Back Driver,
Handled the Pistol.
BOllIT 1STISID TBI SIGHT SH0ULDII.
Last night, at shout B:H0 o'clock, live
pistol shots in rapid succession echoed
(mm the vicinity of north Third street
between Copper and Tiler as aveiiueM
and George Meaalnger, a horNcshiew at
Harney lloyls's, was seen to run olT,
w hile Cornelius Murphy, a deputy sheriff,
was noticed tulliig with s colored inau,
named n llllain ClaiK.
The facts, leading up to the shooting.
were told I UK CITI.KN by disinterested
nartles. and are about as follows:
Mgtil tsrore last, aieseniger anil s tew
friends were at the Hadaiacco summer
garden on the mountain road, eujoylug
themselves. Bonn after their arrival
there, Clark brought to the resort two
lewd white characters, Llxxle Miller and
Mary Anderson. At the resort, when the
hack arrived, was Annie Cobert, another
white woman of 111 repute. A dispute
arose between the Anderson and Cobert
women, hut the men prevented them
rroiu lighting, ciars, trie colored driver,
objected to the treatment accorded the
Anderson woman, and entered the saloon
witn the Intention to 'Mo up" the Cobert
Messinger here entered his protest, and
after ordering Clark out of the saloon
stated that he would not allow any uiau
to strike a woman.
Clark, with his two female companions,
then drove luck to town after Clark hail
declared that he would get even with
Messinger for his Interference.
Messinger was at work all day yester
day at Boyle's shop, and at tlo clock In
the evening, with his working outtlt still
on, he walked over to lot! ,t Gradl s, ou
third street, for a glass of beer. Hoon
thereafter Clark drove up to the saloon
and sent s friend In after Messinger,
The latter come out, and the
quarrel of Wednesday night was
renewed, which culminated In Clark
pulling out a cheap self-action 32callbre
revolver and blazing away st his white
aallnnt. As Messinger started to run
of! in the dlrectlou of Copper avenue, a
bullet entered his right shoulder. The
other bullets flew wild, one entering the
wood-work of the Toll A Gradl saloon.
Cornelius Murphy, who was standing
near by, took s hand In the matter, and
pulling his weapon ordered Clark to
surrender. Clark, however, fired the
last shot from tils pistol st Murphy sud
then gave himself up.
Mr. Murphy Is s deputy sheriff snd he
took charge of Clark and his pistol. The
shootist Is now In the county Jail.
Uainmil Ai.tlt t Dnul In Itl., Hint.! Inllia
ollice room of the livery stable of John-
TIL 1 MM LOOSL ami he will finish the enemy
without help. Let any man, young or old, youth
or boy, have their own free will to buy a suit of
lino Summer Clothing, and he will always come
to us afier examining the stink of every one else
in this line in tow n.
Our lino of Summor
Clotliing is unrivalled in lit, iinisli and
We aro determined to get rid of all of our Summer Suits
and quoto tho following prices :
All of our former $12.00, 1.00 and $14.00 Suits now
n,lri:- ii;. i
All our choicest Suits formerly $15.00, $1C 00, $18.00
and $20.00 and comprising tho pick of our stock, will bo
sold at only,
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
Tli Xljs.il i-o.cl Avenue Olothler.
sttin & Moore, win-re Dr. flNhnp was sum
moned and after an examination he dis
covered that the bullet bad entered the
right side, near the shoulder. Imbedding
itself In the niuscleH. The wound Is not
s dangerous one, but very painful.
l)r. Hlshop has located the bullet, and
will no doubt cut It out from Its present
position In a few days. Messinger I
now resting easy at tils room in the
Grand Ceutral hotel.
Clark has been driving hack for W. L.
Trimble & Co. for about two months, and
sometime ago was a soldier In the regu
lar army. He borrowed the pistol used
list night from the bartender at Henry
Messinger has been here since laid
May, and Harney Hovle states that he has
always proved himself to be s hard work
lug and very Industrious man.
No day lias yet been set for the prelim
Inary trial of Clark.
Palmistry as a Hrlsnee.
The accumulated wlsdum of ages Is to
day concentrated In the science of I'alm
iNtry. Occultism Is not related to I'alm
istrv; it Is a separate, distinct study,
l'almlhtry Is an exact science. To an ex
pert 1'almlst the lines of the bauds are
as the words of book. They tell him
the past, present and future. I'rof. H
Harding is the most expert as well as the
lined eelehrnted healer and palm reader
tn the world, lie has made thousands of
predictions lu all quarters of the globe
that have beeu fullllled to the letter.
Last summer, some discouraged miners
consulted hi in at Soda Springs, Idaho.
He directed them to prospect at s new
point on their properties and predicted
the discovery of rich mineral, lie barked
his prediction with his own money and
bought an interest in the properties. A
wonderful strike of mineral has been the
remilt. The yein is twenty-Dve feet wide
and carries free gold. Kvervthing indi
rates that the professor and tils partners
have struck a bonanta. I'rof. Harding Is
s sclent! lie palmist and not a take for
tune teller. I'rof. Harding has devoted
years of study to the occultism and mys
terlee of India snd the east, i'rof Hard
lug's fees range from fjl up, gradations
explained on application. I'rof. Hard
ing's stiMrb nfliee is parlor .11, Grand
Central hotel. I'rof Harding's ollice hours
are from 8 to 1'2 a. m , 1 to f and 7 to 10
New bicycles at Kutrelle's only fin.
OF ILFELD HK.OS. STOCK OF
Cm tains, Rugs, Linoleum,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line!
LAGE CURTAINS AND PORTIERS
Itejjins SATURDAY. JULY 23d.
Having purchased the above mammoth stock from Ilfeld
Bros, we will place same on sale at rediculously low prices.
MAY & FABER,
Next to Citizen Office;
A. J. MALOY,
DB t LER IN
A (IK NT FOK
CLUB II0U3K CANNED GOODS,
Nnim to Kqiial,
BELL'S SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
Wholesale Dealers la
General Agents for W.J. Lcnip's St. Louis Beer.
ELEGANT KKTAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & CIGMI,
107 & 109 South First Street, Albuquerque, N, M.
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, snd when you wsnt
to get it tilled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drugs, bring it to us. Physicians'
prescriptions are a specialty with
us, and we have all the newest
discoveries in medicine that can
fill prescriptions from the best in
Our prescription counter always In charge of a
graduate of pharmacy.
J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO.,
New Scarf Pin
The "PEARL OF ANTILLES"
pleases him immensely...
We have Scarf Pins, Rings, Lace
Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Chatelaines,
etc etc-, etc., made in handsome
designs and attactive effects.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Vatch Inspector, A T. & S. F. R. R.
If yon Intend to enjoy yournelf to the
mountains this summer, remember the
sulphur hot springs, neetled lo a valley
of the Jemes mouutalus, cannot be snr
pamed for scenery. Kor particulars
write to W. L. Trimble A Co., this city.
Ladles' leather belts, worth fA st 3oc;
belts worth f5c at 2ie each. Hoeenwald
Think of It! Buying ladles' shirt
walste at 10c; ladles wing sleeve veets st
2c, children's tan or black stocking at
31c, only to be had at the Golden Kule
Dry Uoods company.
Oh, no! You are not looking thin. All
that you need In a clean shave, flo to
I latin's barber shop, N. T. Anuljo build
ing, sud get the beat.
Jas. L. Boll & Co.
Sfap!e and Fancy Groceries.
Wo IIiivo Just
..CAR of GLASSWARE..
Our selections were mule- with jjreat care, and
we le-.'l sure that you will be pleased with the de
signs that we have selected, and now have on exhi
bition in our Second Street Store for your inspection.
Ye are sure you will be surprised when you
note the quality of the goods and the very low prices
we are selling them at.
THE FRUIT SEASON
in it I it now, nnl yon ran't have too much
himwiirii its A I in tti.tluv, like the wutrr
11 it 1 His. rurtMhH. Iii'irifit, Lt.tuan.ti, etc, we are
now .jrlliiiy tit very low jirli e. F iner melon
Oimm out vtrre tirvrr un 11. They're feaat
tot nil htt 1 11 n li4e them. D n't lixwet ttiat
the tiuit Kt'HMtn'si sioihh mitl tlist runuthf lit the
iiri uidfi tit ttte tl.iv- Now h the time tit Uy
111 h tstore tot iit it winter, hrmt mn't he bet
tt rot iru fa lower thuti you'll lind ml our atoie
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE.
INIMITABLE 1 IRRESISTIBLE 1
We Guarantee that such bargains as we shall give,
commencing Monday July 18th, have never been
seen in Albuquerque. Don't fail to read every line.
Don't fail to look.
All 111141' Mt'r.Clal. SALIC
Shirt Waist Sale.
lletui'huhle Collars and well made 10c
lie turhuhle Collars and well made -5c
Ki licet Shift VUiMs, sold up to 1.R5 t) go at 50c
Profit Cuts no Figure We are
going to sell. Prices like
these have never before
AT THK HI sY did KB.
II) Hi. pall pure leuf lurd 'i
7 bars H hlte Hiihsuui soap I
lleet sugar cured ham t
1 pkgs. com starch t
pkgH. beet ootlee 'ii
2 cans heat Califiirtiia peaches 'J;.
3 cans baked beans 'Ibo
tf cane eardluee -In oil i
HM, hukK, 1'roprletor.
The McNew hntieas corpus rase, which
came up yesterday and the day before at
Socorro before Judge Lelalid, has been
positioned until Hiiiiietime neit week,
possitily at Santa Ke where the judge
giiee attend to the July term of the terri
torial supreme court. Judge 11. L. War
ren and linn. W. H. Chllders, who were
at tks-orro ou IhihIiihss connected with
this hearing, returned tu the city last
F. K llarroun, the civil engineer of the
territorial commission of Irrigation and
water rights, who was up north on busl
ii ess for the commission, will leave to
morrow morulug for Kl 1'aao.
.... . c. itiioci. ai
One lot K. T. Corsets, line black at 5"c
50 dozen l.silles' Kiue Neckwear at 10c
Worth from 25 to 35c.
60 doseu Children's Hose, black or tan, pair 8'ic
tOilnteu riilldreu's lline, seamless, fast black, pair.... tc
5i dozen I.adii's' li'ack and tau llnne, pair 6o
See wiudow display.
3d Inch percale, 1 yard wide st ro
Apron giughaiu at S'c
15c llgurtd satteen at 74c
(iiiighunis, finest quality, at Ta
Zephyr, finest ((utility, at 7So
20e quality figured elitllie at Ho
Bleached muslin at 3'aO
3il-lnch bleached iiiusliu at i'0
India llnoii at 3o
lace curtains, pr piilr, at 1NJ
White bed sprrals ut STjC
Thei e will he no stop to our sale. That is the wonder of all Albuquerque. Everyone concedes
that our sale is the greatest that has ever taken place, and we will add goods to this sale as fast as we
can get our clerks to work.