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I'll hMLY CITIZEN
ALHI Q Ki ir ., - All. 1st lu, im
t! n tr cni'in Irom Chant; &
an tm i weae authorized to Roll
Java urn I Mocha Coffee at the
following price :
45-t.rnt toffee at... 40 cents.
40-cmt intfft at. . .35 cents.
3-cen off ee at ... 30 cents.
30-ct.n1 toffee st... 25 cents.
(,-cent coffee at ... 20 cents.
114 1, Bitiroad At., ilbDQaeiqoa, 1. 1.
MOILY TO LOAN
On pianos, Orst-claa fnrnltura, etc,
without rerroval. Also on diamonds,
walohm, Jewelry, Ufa Insurance poli
cies. Trust deads or any good secur
ity. Terms very moderate.
to Booth Hecoud street, Albnaner
que, New Meitoo, nest door to vVest
era Union Telegraph office.
B. A. SLEYSTEK,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOM8 U A U CBOMwKLL BLOCK
H. If. HAYNIU
IIiimiiii f J. B Mattaaw.)
Pure Jersey Milk
fWUrtltn Promptly Filled. Outside Order
of 10 cent dime.
Mitc your shirt Isuodrted
And bum on time.
At tht Aitoaqncrqac Steam Laandry,
Caraar ShI are. ud aeeaae) sfc.
JAT k. HUBBS, Proprietor,
MEL1N1 & EAKIN.
Wholesale ini Retail Llqoor Dealers,
Family trmdc applied at Wholesale price.
Kicluslrt serjts fur lh (smous Yellowstone
Whleky. AU the (tandard brande of
81. L0D1S tfld MILWICaEE
Bottled beer In stock. Kleeant Side board and
Keadlnf room Ic Connection and War Bulle
tin! fresh from the wire.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
Freeh KUh and Dreeeed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 8. Second St.
boat 00 Earth.
f re. UellTery.
Btove repaira at Kutrelle'.
Pianoa for rent. Whitney Co.
Carpenteri' tools. Whitney Co.
Picture frames made to order. Whit
40 cent for " foot cloth tihades. W. V.
Picture trainee and room moulding.
Merchants' lunch every morning at the
Freeh vaccine points at Berry's drug
tore, First street.
Bee the One aseortment of new furni
ture, 206 south First street.
The beet summer fuel la Cerrllloa nnt
coal; i.26 per ton. Haka A Co.
Union made overalls, only at the
Golden Bule Dry Goods company.
For granite-ware, tinware and stoves
en J. W. llardtug, 212 Gold avenue.
The newest fad J tint out. The Roman
belt, Just received at the Kcononilst.
The beet t'2 men's shoes In the city are
sold at A. Simpler & Co.' large shoe store,
White parasols, all silk, only 83 ceuU,
on sale at the Gulden Rule Dry Good
lieu' unlaundrled ahlrta, Monarch
brand. Bold by K. L. Washburn & Co. for
do cents each.
Futrulle, corner Gold and Flrnt streets
will sell you good wall paper at 12r
double roll and up.
We have Just received a full line of
12 60 and 3 0O ladies' fine Oxford and
high shoes. Give us a call. A. Blmpter
Wanted Competent woman want
work in small family. Kuuulre at No,
117 west Gold avenue, llart'ssecoud hand
The beet plaoe for good, Juicy steaks
and roaMta and all kinds of meats, kept
In a flntt class market, at Klelawort'e,
north Third street
Perfecto Armljo and W. R. Maaaer left
yesterday for the Jetties hot spring. On
their return Mrs. Armljo and children
will accompany them.
The 8weet-Orr celebrated brand of
overalls and jacket, jeaus and corduroy
pauta, lor lees money than Inferior makes,
at K. L. Washburn & Co.
A. Kiel, who has been In the employ of
the Lautry Bros., contractors at Peach
Bprluga.came in from the west I tut ulght
aud Is visiting friend in Old Albuquer
que. As stated yeeterduy afternoon, Charles
F. iluut arrived lu the city butt night,
aud will remain her for a few days.
Mr. Hunt Is the American hotel keeper
of Chihuahua, Mexico, aud he report
that he Is proeperlug.
Burt Jones, the star pitcher of the
Cleveland (Ohio) league base ball team,
has wrltteu a very Interesting letter to
Ben. Both, of Zelgar's Cafe. The letter
U dated from Philadelphia, wher the
Cleveland ware playing, aud he state
thut altht tigh h la not fueling the bet, I
h l tn"Ver!h"ii'"i pl'ehlng g o xl brill and I
t I Hi in J irvy of ins gam. He
' givM Information- that P. K,
Mrt'mi.ia mail lil. afr.raiifa In m f
! York while the Cleveland were there,
and that V ic's outing la putting II h on
Vent-May Thr Citizkn mentioned the
forthcoming romance marriage of W. J.
alltrhell, the new attache of the poet-
odli'e. In Connection therewith the I.aa
Veja Optic nay: The mtrrUge of W. 1.
Mitchell he bwn piMtpoiied fur the pre
ent, a he was called to adenine hit duties
in the Albuquerque pimtouV sooner than
hail been anticipated."
Col. II. 11 Tlltoii, the popular city
circulator of Thr Citikn, eurprleed Ma
offlc aeeoclate by appearing on deck
this niuMiing looking aa clear and bright
aaanewallver dollar. The colonel, al
though pretty sick for a few days. Is not
lu the leant dlecouraged, and In thla
wonderful climate I good for many
years to com.
Last even lug Mia Mary Ogood and
mother pleasantly entertained at their
reeldeuce on south Kdith atreet a merry
Coiupauy of young ladle, compoeed of
Miaeea Mat tie Tway, Kittle Brury,
Blanche Owen, Beeaie Bowden, Floreuce
Fos, Ida Johnson and Beaale Baidrldge.
Mia Jeannette Walton, who waa at
Camp Whlloomb the past week, returned
to the city on Monday. The young I-dy
ewhlthed quite a record while at the
reeort aa a killer of rattlesnake, end It
ia aaid she exhibited no tear In promptly
dipatchlug a big rattler.
Dealers In Remington typewriters, the
taudard typewriter of the world. Cau
supply bneineee office with experienced
stenographers to All permanent and tem
porary poaition, al short notice. Hahn
If yon are a clone buyer and want at
the aame time only flrat-clata good, con
sider youraelf Invited to Inapect our line
white unlaundrled ahirta. Monarch brand,
at 60 eeuta each. K. L. W aehburn A Co.
W ill. Mattocks, the printer, one of Capt.
Luna' "Rough Riders," waa taken to the
boepltal at biboucy, Cuba, on July 14,
stricken with yellow fever. Nothing has
been heard from him since that date.
Joe Rogers, a policeman of Kl Paeo,
shot and iUNtantly killed John Wood
near a San Antonio atreet an loon of that
city on Monday night. Wood waa a no
torious dive keeper in Juarez, Mexico.
Kx Guv. K. G. Rosa la up from his al
falfa ranch, a few milea south of the city,
to-day. The governor la well pleased
with the munuer In whicn President Mc
K 1 11 ley has eouducted the war.
"Cuba Victory," "The Maine Re
membered." "The Death of Kuslgn Bag
ley," a very pathetic song, by Baldwin.
ll three of these late songs for 41.01), at
W hltaou's mualc store.
Mrs. W. 11. Burgees of Kl Paeo panned
through thla city for Fulton, Mo., Mon
day night 8he waa accompauied to this
city by her husband, who returned south
Prevent accident and save your life,
by using Harvey' pateut wbiu1tre
hook. For sale by the Mann Sadlery
i'o , north Second street, sole agent for
The Kimball piano received highest
honors at the World' Fair. Bee the One
display of Kimball pianos at The Whit-
aon Mualc Btore.
A One line of Oxford slippers from
jl 00 to t2.R0 per pair at the Green
Krout Bhoe Store, Railroad avenue, W m.
George B. Williams Is again on duty
at Ruppe's drug store after an outiug of
a couple of weeks at Camp Whitcomh.
Calvin Whiting returned to the city
today after spending a few day at
Wanted a capable woman for second'
work. Apply to Mrs. N. B. Field. 1201
Brockmelr has photographs of the Una
aud commissioned officers of Roosvell'
Ladies' fin cloth top lace shoea, up to
late, 12.60 to $4 .50 per pair. W ui. Chap
Stove repair for any itove made.
Fine china aud glassware. Whitney
FROM TO-DAY. until further notice wn will offer our entire ttis-k of snuuner
giMxls at price to set litem limMiiif. I in 11 H" a money miiKing itic lor 11".
directly, but we beliete it tube toonr int-rt by cliwlnfjoul thl season's gisls at
cixt, or eten below cot. Ill order to get a frth slock for the coming wii-hmi. One
of the memlieis of our linn N goiuir to tne eii-t.'rn market within a few week,
ami new kkI will lii'gin arrit iug willim a nioiiih. Wen I room, Hint we need
hImivp all, l' KY. I he Almighty Dollar w ill be milliter ill our store within the
next few week than It ha ett r been before, and that is saying a great deal. Don t
let Isdow price mi-lead you a to quality. I here's not an article mentioned that
isn't worth almost double. You will agree with us when you see the kimhIs.
I AWNS, ORGANDIES tic.
Lace stripe Lawns, worth
iac rcr yard 7c
Plain Lawns, in floral design
and stripes, worth I2c 7
Organdies, Lappels and
Lawns, worth I74c and
20c per yard 11c
Organdies, worth 25c per
Ladies' Vests, worth 6c, now
3 (or 10c
Lad it s' Vsts, worth ioc, at lie
Ladies' Vests, worth 15c, at lOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 25c, at I tie
Ladies' Vests, worth 35c, at 2'
Ladies' Vests, worth 40c, at 'Zoc
Ladies' Lisle Vests,' 60c, at lOc
IAD 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 coit to
close them out. They go now
from 45c to $1.25
Former price 65c to $2 50.
Six weeks ago we had 230
skirts on hand, now we have 50.
1 h it's a great many more than
we want to have when our new
ones come in. We h:ve only the
bi tter (jualitii s It ft, in black and
cokr.t, now f. r $1.73 to fll.OO
They wete $2 75 to $5 00.
Kqual bargains In oil other departments which luck of space din' not permit
ua to mention.
New bicycle at Futrelle' only 2R.
Lamps and trimmer. Whitney Co.
THE CITT IN BR I BP.
Personal snd General rarsgrsphs Picket
Dp Bcre sad There.
Carl K. Ackerman, registering from
Inglesld ', Ga , ia at the Graud Central.
M. V. B. Benson, the well-known tire
lusurance adjuster, with hi mm, I at
the Hotel Hlrihlnnd from Denver.
Rev. G. K. llirlew, the Congregational
minister at rtu It tfuel, after a stay of a
day lu tins city returned west last night.
Owen Hinsdale la making some im
provements in the Rico Cafe aud will
commence serving dinner again 011 Sep
W llliam Dili), of th clerical force at
ilie railroad store house, left last night
on a month' vacation at hi old home in
Stevens Point, W la.
Hon. L. Bradford Prince, ex-governor
of the territory, came In from Santa Fe
last ulght, and cou tinned west to Lea
Angeles, Cal., on some legul matter.
M Harold, who tor s ime lline waa sta
tioned at Guldeu, boring aud drilling
wells tor the aeveral mining companlet
of that neighborhood, la lu the city, reg
lstered at Bturgea' Kuroiean.
U. B. Rose aud K. H. Roes, two Texas
brothers, the former from Del Rio and
the latter from Kagle Pass, are In the
city to day. They are stockmen aud are
stopping at Sturges' Kuropean.
Thos. F. Phelan and M. K. Crnenon,
ranchmen In Kl Toja precinct, south of
the city, drove In from their ranches late
yesterday afternoon, aud remained over
night In the city, stopping at Bturgea'
J. H. Mauby, the sheep and cattleman
of Trinidad, Col., returned to the city hint
night from Socorro, where he purchased
a big II tck of sheep. Ilia firm now have
30.1XX) sheep and n.iMH) cattle In the terrl
tory, which they will ship east thla fall
Kd. O'Neill, a consumptive who came
here a few daya ago from the north and
secured lodging at the city building, will
be sent to Kl Paso to-morrow morning,
the Non-Sectarian Benevoleut Society ad
vauclug railroad fare a O'Neill is In a
The members of the Lead Aveuue
Methodist church met at the home of the
Dra. Bishop lust night and welcomed
their new pastor, Dr. J. W. Robluson,
aud his wife to this city. A short pro
gram, consisting of speeches, recitations
and inu-dc, wa carried out, and refresh
ment of Ice cream and cake were served
The evening waa verr pleasantly spent
and everyone had a good time.
Chas. Ria returned from the I.aa Vega
hot springs last night aud wl'l remain
here for a few daya after which he will
return to the spring and with Mrs. Roe.
nee Mis Mnctillllvray, they will leave
there for this city. Mr. Roe 1 the south
western nutnager of the Singer rewitig
t hearlus News.
Prof. B. Harding, who is now enter
tulnlng hundred of our people at bis
riH.jii in the Grand Central hotel, upon
being aekei) if ha noticed anything pe
culiar or dllT'rent lu the Albuquerque
crowd that swarmed about his office
from those he had met lu other part of
the world, a'ler remaining lu a thought
ful mood for a moment, replied: ''That
the hope, fear, dealrea and ambition of
all the vast tiliiuhrr of people he had had
occasion to a rve In hi long experience
were very much the eame In all conn -tries,
the climatic elTect upon the tern
perameut of the Inhabitant being do
ticeabht as he traveled from a torrid to a
tern Krate sr tie aud vice versa. Seldom
if ever he had been called upon to make
o many prediction, after finishing per
sonal matter, as lu Albuqu-rque. Aa to
the future prospect of our city, next
to private information, which was sought
often, came the question, 'What do you
think of our city, professor, and Ita fu
ture proepecteV His answer has invari
ably been; 'Had I no power beyond that
of observing the almost universal Inter
est taken by my patron lu Ita future
pri sjierlty, 1 would say that alone wa
sufficient to make It one of the most
prosperous places in the world, but when
1 go beyond the outward show aud make
a at'lenlltlc prediction, founded upon the
exact research of ocultisiu, I am happy
to Inform all thut the time Is only a few
uiontl.d away wlieii Albuquerque will ex
perience the nioet solid aud substantial
prosperity she has ever kuowu. There
are several good thing In store for her
In the near future. And It will b a
pleasure to me to make a record of this
prediction, ao that In some future time
when I return I may witness Its fultlll
uient." The professor makes a few engage
ment til visit private houses when those
desiring to consult him are unable to
call at his room, 31 Graud Central.
We have placed on sale several hun
dred pair of
At greatly reduced prices in order to close out broken lines and
g-et ready for our fall stock. We offer several dozen pair of
good quality Calf Skin Shoe, formerly sold at $2.50 to $4.00,
Also 20 dozen pair of Goodyear welt Shoes in Lace and Con
gress, all kinds of toes, black or tan, and formerly all the way
from $3.50 to $5.00 a pair, at only
Finally we have about 100 pair of Hanan & Sons celebrateP
shoes in Oxfords, Southern Ties, Lace and Congress, represent
ing all of our broken lines, which are worth anywheres $5.00
and $6.00, at only
If you will call and see these goods you will be convinced that
they are all Bargains.
TMR RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER.
V. HESSIILDIZN, President.
W. K. WHITNEY, Vice-President. J. C. l l.OURNOY, Sec. & Treas.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OI F1CU AND SAtJ-SkOOMS, 317-319 S. Second Street.
WOUK5MOPS and MI-AVV HAKDWAKH, 115-117 S. I irst Street.
FIRE 5 ALE
OK ILFKLI) HROS. STOCK OK
Curtains, Rugs, Linoleum,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line I
A. J. MALOY,
DE ' I L It IN
li IIOUSW U.VXtfKI) GOODS,
N'OIH' tl Kqil ll,
KKLIS SPUIN(iS 0KKAMERY IIUTTKK
US Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
isiaassnimavaiii itn afiaas,SMJusil
i.ACUKCHl. KiJTABI.IMllh:) lafiB . fifOMf.
Wh(lrj.le Iral(fri lu
Cigars, Tobaccos I
General Agents lor W.J. Leinp'n St. Louis Heer.
ELKOANT U ETA Hi DEI'A KT.MENT
Ol'EN WAV AM) NIGHT.
SPECIAL SALE OF
(urtains andarpet Remnants.
Having purchased the alnjve mammoth stock from Ilfcld
Bros, we will place same on sale at rediculously low prices.
MAY & FABER,
Next to Citizen Office.
Outside Order Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BACHECHI Ik ClOiVll,
107 & 109 Sooth First Street, Albuqaarqne, N. M. '
'yjZii Vfl ill
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to get it tilled promptly, accurately
ani 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 irri-'itii.n nninti-r always In charter ula
gnt lil..tt- ol (li:irniHi y.
J. H. 0'RIELLY'& CO.,
WO WANT TO
Customer ol ours. We will try to
j Tin- I I hkT rnrr.-i t rr ulnm nf tlic .iliovt e r-i l.y
I niail Muii.l.iv, Auk. Ut, vm.I rm-iu' u Mill
. lrty StJtivmitr .mii.
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
THE rSlHT SEAS0R
in lis htltfht now, snd you rsn't tisTt too much
1 run li.i iu A 1 in itiality, like the wutrr
nielons, t urrsnts. htfrnrs, tiuiuiid., rtc, wr are
now M-IMnu at vri y low irtt es- Hnfr nirlon,
tltun ours w ert r.i-ver urowu. They're a trust
for sll who ouri tunc them. Inn't lornt thsl
Hit t. till seMNoti's uoiiim him) 1 1 at canning iMth
lir.t o.iU-r ol llit il.iy. Now is thtr lime to isy
111 a Ntnrt tor nest winter, hruil i sn't tie bet
ter or irn es lower vr .an you'll tliul st our store
At "rhs fair" ou first Nlraat.
Saueer liiliNtaril iut witU anoou.... 5c
ivrforiitfil chair seata 5o
'iiHNl cnrliiiK irons 5o
Klotir aifteriiiily lt)c
Minlel "Klaaa" waHiilioaril, worth Zoo
Due dollar lilril cauea only Du
j.w a I-..
Uostauraut, 115 Kallroail avxntie. 0ierj
day aud all uitflit. hliort onlxra.
ti. ri.. &i .. ... u.t......
j 1 lie in wain wuuja.i, sinful t it
; police, found III HUctl a liillabla coiuUtluu
j in one of tlie. limine on north Tliird
street, will tie rtuiovrxl to the rity Imiltl
Uig. The Intention, waa to aenil tier to
the hoHijttal at La Vegas, lint Marshal
McMilliil to day revived word that that
Inatltutlou la already crowded to Its ut
uitiHt capaulty and that no more iiatieuta
oiiild be taken lu.
W. T. Oliver, whose htailttiartera are
now la Toneka, Kantaa, rauie lu from
the north lust ulght. Mr. ('liver la spe
cial agent of the land dxparttuent nf the
Santa Ke railway.
Kdward Medler, the contractor and car
penter, hied himself to Hear canyou yes
terday, where he will enjoy an outing
with hi aon, C. W. Medler, aud family.
i What 50 ceuU will buy at K. L. Wanh
hura tV Co. 'a: One tine unlaundrled
! white ahlrt with llueu bosom, made by
Cluett, Coon A. Co.
309 Copper Ave.
tioruthocing a Specialty. Wagon Repair
Ing and all Other Kindt oi Blacksmith
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Vatch Inspector, A, T. & S. F. R. R.
If yon Intend to enjoy yourself In the
mountains thla summer, remember the
sulphur hot springs, nestled lu a valley
of the Jeuies mountains, cannot lie aur
paeaed for scenery. Kor particulars
writ to W. L. Trimble & Co . this city.
Ladies' leather belta, worth o0e, at HOc;
belts worth fic at )C each. Koseuwald
Think nf it! Iluying ladles' shirt
waists at li)c; Indies wing sleeve vesta at
2", chlldru' tun or black atiM-klngH at
Hlo, only to bt had at the (ioldeu Kuls
Dry (roots company.
oh, no! Von are not lookinir thin. All
that you need Is a clean shave, do to
lliihu's barber shop, N. T. Armljo bull4
Ing, and get the best.
Always Goods People
Wantj 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.
SLASH! SLASH! SLASH!
No let up to the teriffic price cutting on summer goode so long
as there's a yard of fabric or a single garment left. Here ar solid
blocks of bargains which tell their own story.
FOR THIS WQQK OMLY,
Children's and Misses' lon or short sleeve 8
Vests and Drawers to maW h, only . . . . 1 K- g
Ladies' lonjj leeve Vests, only 1 Ic 8
Lnriif slcevflesa 'Sts. nur lei'ii .ir 2d- O
Regular 35c Vest i'ic
Children's Tarn O'Shanters, made of white
duch, fancy linen and cloth, only IOj
34 inch good Bleached Muslin, per yard... I 'c
n..i... f r 1 ... .,i;.. 1
uaiavic ut uui j i luijuic ivtitut o?, jyj q
inches wide, to close out per yjrd. . . ..'1 1 jC
All our Summer Ootids selling up to 25c
piryard; your choice per yatd ,"c
Dark Fancy C tlicjs, per yard only . . . . .1 Jc
Lvtlies' Leather Hells, colors white anil
tan, only o0
Our line imported (Jig. indies selling up to
35c per yard, go per yard for I'J.'jc
Childrcn's Low Shoes, sizes 1 to 5, only, .y.lc
Sizes 5 1-2 to 7 1-;
Sizes S to II ,soc
Sizes 1 1 1-2 to 2 )()c
Ladies' Cloth Top L ice Shoe, black or
tan, well worth only
I. lilies' Low Shoes, .sizes 4 1-2 to 7, only .lOc
A lot of odtl eii'ls in Low Shoes, siz-s 2
1-2 to 3 1-12, worth up to 3 25, only il.OO
BLANKET SPECIAL. Wo bou-lit cntin; sample lino of
H.lankets from John Y. Farwcll Co., Chicago, at oil wholesale
price. V ill sell them same way. Conn in investigate onr oods