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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALM Qt KKQ1 K. Jl Mf M. 1
Dy instructions from Chaie & ,
Sanburn we are authorized to veil
Iava and Mocha Coffee at the
olio wing pricea:
45-cent coffee at. , .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. , .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at., .30 cents.
30-cent coffee at. , ,25 cents.
5-cent coffee at . . . ao cents.
111 I. Railroad if., llboqaerqas, 1. 1.
MONEY TO LOAN
On piano find-clam fnrnlture, eta,
without removal Aim on diamonds,
wstohm, Jewelry, life insurance poll
rim. Trrort deed or an 7 good secur
ity. Terms ec t moderate.
too Bnnth Second etnwt, Albnqner
que. New tieitoo. neit door to West
rn Union Telegraph oOles.
B. A. SLEYSTEtt,
Automatlo Teiephont No. 174.
BOOM3 IS A II CKOMWKLL BLOCK
H. U. HAYMli
(tuMiiir J. B Mattfevw.)
Pure Jersey Milk
tVOrden promptly FUlnl.
t or 10 cent dime.
He your ahlrt UundrtwS
Aoii bum od time.
At tbc ailbiquerque Steam Utndi7
Ooraar Cot mmd Bib4 fc
JAT A. HUBBS. Proprietor,
809 Copper Ave.
HofMahodng a Specialty. Vfon Rrpir-
Inr and all Other Kindt oi BUckimith
MEL1M & LAK1N.
Wholesale- and Retail Liquor Dealers,
Family trade (applied at Wholesale price.
EiclaalYfent for lb fmoa YcllowKoo
Wlilky. All the uaUrd brand of
ST. LOCIS ud HILWADKZB
Bottled beer In ttock. Klrnt 8lde board od
kteidlng room Ir Connection and War Bulle
tlo fmb from th wire.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetablea in season . . .
Fresh Fish and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street.
Lu no add
Of u brwd
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St
Best on Crnrtu.
Btors repairs at Kulrelle's.
Vlonr matttni. Whitney Oo.
Boom mouldloi. Whitney Co.
Vrult Jars and Jell glaaxes. Whltnej
40 emu la tor 7-foot cloth ahades. W. V.
Klre sale of carpets at May & Faber'a,
MerchaDU' lnnch erery morolog at the
V. hlle Klephaiil.
N'oreltixa In oar queeuswart depart-
neuL n tuuey va.
Klre sale at "The Katr Btora." Bet
their bargain counter.
Boys kuee pauU, worth ase at toe a
pair. UoHeuwaid Bros.
Uunham Bhred eocoanut, 90 cento per
pound, at A. buuiDardo a.
Bee the Oue atwortmeut of new fuml
ture, 2ob suutb Klrst etreet.
Mac's Cafe la now the recognised place
lor the beet meals in me city.
A Orat-eluM free lunch will be served
at tUe Zeiger cafe this evealug.
Leon B. Htern A Co. axil the beat SO
cent worklugtuen's ahlru la town.
Good evenlag. Have you seen the bar-
ajaln oounteri at "Iba fair Htorer
Crows A Blackwell chow-chow, SI
cenUt per pound, at A. Lrombardo'a.
U. K. UcC'ue and wife will spend the
day, to-niorrow la tlie mouuuiu.
for rranite-ware. tinware and atoTes
see J. ft . Harding, 212 Gold avenue.
The newext fad Jiwt out. The Koman
belt, JuHt received at the KoonouilHt.
Old Maune maple syrap, per quart, at
couUt; per pint, 'iu oeuta, at A. Loiuuardo'a.
The beat I J meu'a shoes la the city are
sold at A. bliuuier & to. s large shoe store,
We carry tlie borough A Norwood meu'a
siuwe at reduced prices. loo u. oiern
buaday dinner at Use's Cafe will be,
as UHiutl, of the beat pomlble la list of
tialualry A Co "e baoket aale bxglua
Monday, July tnlh. Ktttgalus la shoes,
Si.uO Oxfords for fl
G. Morris and wife, who were here
sometime ago, are again In tlie city, regis.
Wired at the Hotel Uiglilaud troiu New
Attend our mid-summer cloalug out
sale. Good SMtaouable good wild at
ridiculously low prices. Uoeeuwald
G. L. Brooks and wife will leave to
night for the Lm Vega hot eprlnga,
wunre they will rusticate for a short
Lateet styles, up to dute, ladles' shoes
lu la', cougreea aud button; the beHt lu
the city. Km. Chaplin, No. 113
If you wlah to hear stories shoot the
suffHrluga of the Cubans, call at Zxiger's
car tut evening, where a Una free lunch
will be served.
Oakey's bark, all night, baggage and
traualur wagon to midulght. Leave or
der at Abel's cigar store. Automatic
'phone No. 'M'i.
Visitor to Albuquerque are Invited to
take lodging at the llailroad aveuue
bouse, livery thing neat aud clean; prices
if Annual MMsummer Sa
FltoM To-l.VY. until further notice, we will offer our entire Muck of summer
t"ri nt mice to xct l' in nnning. This Is nt a money making xnle for u,
directly, hut we believe it to lie to our Intent hv riming out this season's frHMl at
cmf. or even below rust. In order to got a fresh slock for tlie routing season. One
of the members of our firm l going to the eastern market1" within a few week,
ami newgnoil will liegin arriving within a niotiih. He need room, and we need
ahove all, MoNKY. 1 lie Almighty IMIar will he mlghter In our More within the
next few week tlmn It has ever lieen before, and that is saying a great deal. iNm't
let Mow price mi-lead you an to quality. There's not an article mentioned that
Ihii'I worth almost double. You will agree with 11 when you see the good.
1 AWNS, ORGANOIES tic,
Lace stripe Lawns, worth
iac per yard 7c
Plain Lawns, in floral designs
and stripes, worth it c 7
Organdies, Lappels and
Lawns, worth I7c and
20c per yard 11c
Organdies, worth 25c per
Ladies' Vests, worth 6c, now
3 for 10c
Ladies' Vests, worth 10c, at 5c
Ladies' Vests, worth 15c, at lOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 25c, at 15c
Ladies Vests, worth 35c, at JJOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 40c, at 25c
Ladies' Lisle Vests," 60c, at -iOc
Kqual hariralns lu all other departments which lark of ppace does not permit
ii to mention.
reasonable. The Railroad barber shop
solicits yonr patronage. Kverything else
Hee gone op, but our prire remain the
same. Bhavlng, hair cutting and baths.
Kour chairs. Yon're neit.
J. H. 81NCHRZ, Proprietor.
Lost On the night of the 2 tut Inst., on
the wsy from the A. M. K. church, a
oocketbonk with Lowenlhsl A Meyers
tdverllaemenl on It, containing lady s
mall gold watch chain charm woven In
the chain. Kinder pleaxe leave at this
City Marshal McMillan Is proving the
right man la the right poaition. He ha
xHin the marshal only two weeks, and
has enllected euough from tines, etc., to
pay the salaries of the police force for
John Constable, a locomotive engineer
roin Hrazia, New Mexico, preseuttd let
ers of Introduction to District Court
'Mi rk Owen this morning. Mr. Constable
will locate here If he secures a position
Tomorrow's dinner at Mrs. HtimmeU's
Ululng Parlors, will be a treat. The beet
if everything In the market, well conkd
tnd neatly served. Give the wife a rest,
uid eat your dinner In comfort.
Aaron Rneenwald, the popular dry
'(K Is merchant on west Hallroad ave
nue, with his family, returned to the city
from southern California last night.
"What Did Dewey Do to Them," "Our
Klag. the Ked, White and Blue." "War
oug of v. Three late war songs for
i, at v hitson s Music store.
The Ladles' Soldiers' Aid society Is In
wselon this afternoon at the club build
ing, and a good number of the members
We have Just received a full line of
2 50 and fi.00 ladles' due Oxford and
ugh shoes. Give us a call. A. Simpler
Basket sale at Galnsley A Ca'e shoe
tore begins Monday, July 25th, lmM.
Corns early and secure sums good bar-
Mrs Harry Madan left the city last
night for Alamo Gordo, N. M.. where he Is
employed by the new railroad.
Kutrells, corner Gold and Klrst streets
111 sell you good wall paper at i9
inulde roll and up.
Don't forgot, that you can enjoy a 81m
lay dinner, at Mao's Cafe, equal to the
beet In the lund.
The cleanest and best appointed barber
hop In the southwest Hahu's, N. T. Ar
Yonr choice of 2flo knee pants, four to
fourteen years at loo. Kosenwald Bros
The beet summer fuel Is Cerrlllos nut
wal; $3.25 per ton. Halm a Co.
Native wins (red or white), 76 cents
per gallon, at A. Lombardo's.
Trunks and teleecops valises cheaper
than the cheapest, Kulrelle s.
lAropa and trimmings. Whitney Co
New bicycles at Kutrelle's only $25.
Slaughter Sale of Carpets.
They aro all bright, now goods, nice patterns and will
sold regardless of cost. In view of the very low prices
which wo oiler these goods terms will bo cash.
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 Trices. We
offer them at our actual cost to
close them out. They go now
from 45c to $1.25
Former price 65c to $3.50.
Six weeks ago we had 350
skirts on hand, now we have 50.
That's a great many more than
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.
A number of Important Decisions Ren
dered by Judge Cmmpacker.
DUDDJO A SO 10AI ASSOCIATIOI TAXIS.
Ia the case of G. K. Kiaman vs. A. 8.
Harvey, demurrer to the answer of de
fendant was sustained.
In the case of Juan Aragon 7 Valles de
Garvles vs. Victor Garvles, a decree pro
ranfsHso was taken against defendant.
In the case of the Klrst National Bank
of Albuquerque vs. Hugo 8. Beatlte, suit
on promissory note, the court after hear
ina:. rendered a Judgment In favor
of plaintiff tor lt3 tiH and eoste, the de
fendant having defaulted, and the court
further ordered execution, directing
sheriff to sell so much property attached
as would sallsry iiingment.
in the case of Maria Mason de Garcia
vs. Kiorenslo Gaicla, chancery for di
vorce, the ease was beard by the court
and absolute decree of divorce granted
o alntlff from said Kiorenslo Garcia.
la the petition of Ksplrldloa Lacero
et al, application for wr It of habeas
corpus. Material wltuesses for the
prosecution being unable to appear, on
acconntof wounds caused, a continu
ance for oue week was taken.
The matter of Injunction against
Nicolas Luoero for obstructing highway
was also continued one week.
Ia the case of G. H. Brown et al, vs.
New Mexico Havings bank, on petition
of Kerelver N. B. Held to sell real estate,
sn order was entered authorizing re
ceiver to eell certain lots with frame
house and barn, situated In Klagstaff,
sr zona, to Sarah Dov e for WX).
An order was entered In the ease of the
Co-operative Building and Loan associa
tion of Albuquerque against Marcus C
de Baca appointing C. K. Burg as special
master to conduct the sale as ordered ny
the final decree.
The attention of the court was occu
bled during the day In hearing argu
meuts lu the case of the Territory of New
Mexico against the Co-operative Building
and Loan association of Albuquerque,
Involving taxes claimed on mortgaged
property and stock of said association.
The judge decided in favor of the defend
ante, but by agreement between the at'
torneys for both sides, the matter Is to be
taken to the supreme court for bearing
at Its next session.
The examination for teachers' certifi
cates, held at the court house from the
lHih to !d of July, Inclusive, closed Its
sessions yesterday. Of the fourteen who
applied for certificates, one was awarded
a tirst grail e, nlns second grade, three
third grade, and one left the examina
tlou hall, leaving ths work unfinished
to make room for our fall stock
for a short tirao only, sell our
Rugs and Curtains....
REGARDLESS OF COST.
j TIK HIM LOOSE nml lu- will linisli the t-nrmv iTiA f it H Vj ' I
2 without ht-Ip. Let an) tiiiin, yoiiii' iir old, ynuth Vf VV ''i
3 I or hv, ha e their own free w ill to buy a suit of ,T "L-V x ; " I
8 "t 1 Hffr J' A V. ' ' C
fine Summer Clothing, and he will always come )j j ' 7 CjVy? - b
pi to us after exatnining the stoi k of every one else V,- Jly'vi'" .
t in this line in town. '' r.
Our lino of Suinmei
Wo aro determined to get rid of all of
and quote the following prices:
All of our former $12.00, SL'i.OO and
All our choicest Suits formerly $15.00, $10 00, $18.00
and $20.00 and comprising the pick of our stock, will bo
sold at only,
iciBsinWB - - t.cvrionjuaujuul - .n
The average standing by the board for
certificates was from 73 to IH) per cent.
The branches of stnilii-s were as follows:
Orthography, grammar, geography,
United Btatee history, arithmetic, physi
ology and hygiene, theory and practice
on the method of teaching, peiimuinililp.
reading both hugllsh and Hpanlsh ac
cording to the grade required. The
board of examiners desire to exprese
their thauks and I wet wishes to all the
candidates for having so promptly pre
sented themselves and with such won
derful courage and perserverance, not
withstanding the extreme heat to con
tend with during the session.
Th Uraat I'alml.t.
Many persons will be found In this city
who have not the slightest faith lu palm
Istry, and consider It merely a preteudeil
scleuce, the real purpose of which Is to
extract good money from the pockets of
a gullible public. These skeptics class
all who pn fesa a knowledge of the sci
ence of palmistry together, and call them
charlatans or fakirs. This Is the class ol
people that Prof Harding, the Hindis
palmist, Is especially anxious to meet
He will not try to convince any skeptic
by mere arguuieut, nor by citing
any of the thousands of Indorse
ments which palmistry has received
from learned men of every land;
instead of this he will simply take thr
doubter's hand, and from the mauy In
trlcate Hues running over the palm ami
across the fingers, read the history of the
life of Its owner with an accuracy that
will banish the last remaining doubt.
The same Interlacing Hues that so full
record the Important events of your past
life tell just as truly of events to come
Professor Harding is admittedly one ol
the greatest palmists In the world, am:
can read your open hand as though It
were a printed page. He tuny be con
sulted between the hours of H and 12, 1
and H aud, 7 and 10 at his parlors. No. Ill,
Grand Central. His terms range from
11 upward. The graduations will be ex
plalued upon application.
Prof. Dt Mauro has returned from Je
mez hot springs, where he was ou ac
count of the rheumatism. He reports
himself now all right, and all those who
desire violin lessons should drop him a
Mrs. w H. Brlttenstene. of Las Vegas,
Is here on a visit to relatives.
DON'T MISS TIIIS CHANCE.
nUroci Aveuuo Olotliler.
OK ILFELD imOS. STOCK OF
Curtains, Rugs, Linoleum,
Comforts and Everything in th
House Furnishing Line!
LACE CURTAINS AND PORTIERS
Begins SATURDAY. JULY 23d.
Having purchaMi the ahove mammoth stock from Ilfeld
Bros, we will place same ou sale at retliculously low prices.
1 H AT TKKHIHI.K I'lUCK-H TT KK.
SI Hi "llu.y Mai" Ilia Olil Trlfka
I,om men's linen collars, each Ge
A line uuluiinilered ehlrt 35c
Kitra heavy welgut working socks,
per pair do
Choice o( il and I.R0 traw bat. . 2iic
While llueii hauilkerchiefs 5c
lierhy hats for 15c
Hilk teck scarfs loc
15 cards axHorted colors darning cot
5 balls crochet cotton 5c
Hteel thimbles lc
Steel crochet hooks lc
Choice metal and composition dreas
I'IIUoiih, per dozeu 2',c
Water white pearl dress buttous per
lUamoud dye, per package Be
Choice of lin) pair of 7oo aud fl kid
:'.o-luch ellkallne draperies, per yard 'c
itenulne hair cloth, per yard 15c
W hite crinoline, per yard ,'c
Colorel tarlton, per yard .. 5c
.'aNnch lace, regular 5c cut 2'e
India Ink, per Ixjttle lc
Oil tube 5c
Typewriter rlblmn fxc
Crepe tlHHiie paper, per roll loc
1 ouncee inaclilue oil 5c
Outing tlaunel coat and veet for... 5oc
A white vent, eize 42, tor Ze
A tin drinking dipier 2c
10 cans apnciita fl oo
Sugar cured ham ic
I Hund Van llouteu's cocoa Tc
Open until 8 o'clock p. m.
Wu. Kikkk, 1'roprletor.
Major Mitchell, the new olllcer In
charge of the regiment of volunteer at
Y hippie HarrackH, came in from Hanta
Ke laHt flight aud continued ou to Kort
iiraut, Ariz., this uiorutug, where, a the
former captain of Company H of the fif
teenth infantry, he will turn over hlN
command, and from there etart for Whip
pie HarrackH. Vt lulu at Hants Ke the
major received his coinuileHiun as major
of the regiment of volunteers and was
sworn In on Wednesday. He eipeot to
be at VN hippie barracks lu about live
This morning. James Martin, estra
ililxidogiHt at HturgHH' Kuropean bar,
was attacked with acute rbeumatixm In
the Hhoulder, to nuch an extent that he
hud to call lus phyHiclan aud then re
tire to hie home on north Heuond etreet
for the rent of the iluy. lu coueiience,
John Neelaud's vacation suddenly came
to an eud, and he Is ou duty to day.
is unrivalled in fit, finish und
our Summer Suits
$14.00 Suits now
Next to Citizen Office.
Always Goods People
Wantj Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE.
INIMITABLE ! IRRESISTIBLE 1
Wo Guarantee that such bargains as wo shall give,
commencing Monday July 18th, have never been
seen in Albuquerque. Don't fail to read every line.
Don't fail to look.
Shirt Waist Sale.
Detiichahle Collar ami well miide 100
Detachable Collars and well made -5c
KineHt Shift Waist sold up to 1.5 H go at 50c
Ladies' Kibbed Vests with wing Hloeves, each, at 2c
Ladies' Kino Lisle Threat Vents He
One led It. A 0. Corsets at 5(c
One lot W. H. Corsets at Boo
One lot K. 1. Corsets, fine black at 50c
B0 dnzn Lsdles' Kine Neckwear at ICc
Worth from 25 to :trc.
t'O dnzeu Children's Hose, black or tan, pair 8'ac
10 ii. nen Children's llie, seamless, fa-d black, pair. . . . he
50dozn I.Hili.'j' black aud tan llne, pair 5c
Thcie will be no stop to our sale. That is the wonder of all
that our sale is the greatest that has ever taken place, and we will
can get our clerks to work.
A. J. MALOY,
OLUB HOUSE 0YIWBD GOODS,
Nono to Equal,
BE LIAS SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave.
General Agents for W. J Lc nip's St. Louis Beer.
ELEGANT It ETA I L DEPARTMENT
OlEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Order Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
B CHECHI 81 GIOMI,
I (07 & 109 Santo First Street, - Albnquerqne, N, M.
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to eet it filled 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 prpwrlntton rounter lwya In chirire of a
Krftduate of pharmacy.
J. H. O'RIELLY & CO.,
It you Intend to snjnr journal f In ths
mountains this mimnier, rfiUHinbur the
sulphur hot springs nmtlml in a valley
of the Jenvs mouutaius, cannot he sur
pawed for scenerr. Kor particulars
write to W.L. Trimble A Co., this citj.
Ladles' leather belts, worth r.Oo, at iff;
belts worth Boc at 20c each. Kotenwald
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Albuquerque. N. M.
New Scarf Pin
The "PEARL OF ANTILLES"
pleases him immensely...
We have Scarf Pins, Ring's, Lace
Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Chatelaines,
etc etc., etc., made in handsome
desig-ns and attactive effects.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Ttch Inspector, A, T. & S. F. R. R.
Think of it! Buying ladles' shirt
waltU st 10c; ladles wing sleeve vests at
2c. children's tsu or black storking" at
3lo, only to be had at the Golden Kule
Dry Uoods company.
Oh, no! You are not looking thin. All
that you need is a clean shave. Oo to
llahn's barber shop, N. T. Armljo build
ing, and get the beet.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
Profit Cuts no Figure We are
going to sell. Prices like
these have never before
25 pieces Guipure lattice and open work lawn; big
gest value you ever saw at 3 4c
3H pieces due lii-eee organdy; nicest goods you ever saw
at loo; fur this mile at i
til pieces Unest Kreuch organ ly; you have been paying
us Sue per yd J price cut la two loo
See window display.
3A Inch percale, 1 yard widest fto
Apron giughum at 2'ic
l.'ic tlgurid sutteen at 7lo
Ginghams, finest quality, at 7',e
Zephyr, finest quality, at 7.,c
Sue quality figured chillis at 8c
lileached muslin at 3vq
3d-iuch bleached mtihlin at 4'4o
India linoii at 3o
Lae curtains, p'r pair, at 3ns
White bcJ sprea Is ut 35c
Albuquerque. Everyone concedes
add goods to this sale as fast as we