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THE DAILY CITIZEN
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- 1 1 . i el. at , , io t nts
40-ceut lulfire at. . .35 cents.
35-eent coffee at., .30 cents.
30-cent coffee it. . ,25 cents.
5- ert c ffe at . , .50 cents.
414 U. iul.Mb LV.,l.tQlia(.qOB,l. I.
UOstY 10 LOAF
On plano-i. flrvt-cliim furniture, ets,
without rn oral. Alw 011 diamond,
watcher., Jhwc u jr. life liiHiiianoe poll
clt-a. iiuel deed or any good secur
It j. Terni" very moderate.
t09 Booth Seoond street, Albuquer
que, New Mexico, Dil door to West
urn Union Telegraph otlioe.
1. A. 8LEY8TEU,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 18 A 14 CUOMftKLL BLOCK
or 10 cnt dime.
Lia your ahtrt iauudiitxl
od bum oq tiro.
At flic Albiqerqc Sic tun Uindry,
Crr OmI u4 9mHn4 rt.
JAT A. HUBBS. Proprietor,
MEL1N1 & EAK1N.
luotaale ud Retail Llqaor Dealers,
Kunily trade supplied at Wbolraale price
Ktcloajv Mcrrta fur the fatnoua YelluwatoDt
Wblaky. All tbt Maodard brand of
SI. L0C1S tod MIIIADKI
Bottled beer In Hock. Klritant Bide board tod
Uridine room lc Connection and War Hulle
Una treah from the wlrea.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
Fresh Fish and Dressed Poaltry.
206 and 203 South Second Street
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
WHEKLKR'S OLD 6H0P DKTWBKN
GOLD AND BILVKK AVKNTK.
Locks repal ed, keys made aud all kinds
0' retail 11 g Oolb.
809 C opper Avi.
Horwihocinf a Specialty. Wapoo Rcpalr-
tnv and all Other Kind of BLackamttb
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
SI4 8. Second St.
Beat on Kartb.
Btove repair at Futrelle's.
Planus for rout. Whitney Co.
Freeh Qsh. Ban Johk IIahkkt.
Carpeuters' tools. Whitney Co.
Kansas mutton. Ban Johr Marr
Picture frames made to order. Whit
Gold baud baius and baoon. Ban Johk
Ma hi IT.
40 ceuta for 7-foot cloth shades. . V.
Picture frames and room moulding.
Merchants' loucb every morning at the
W hite Klephaut.
Madame Yale's preparations, a full
Hue at B. Buppe's.
Bee the flue aaeortmeut of new furni
ture, 20 aouth Klnit street.
Try our stuffed mangoes and dill
pickles. Ban Juk Maukkt.
The beet summer fuel Is Cerrlllos nut
eoal; fi.'ia per ton. Halm & Co.
Union made overalls, only at the
Golden Uule Dry Goodo company.
Kor graulte-ware, tiuware and stoves
see J. W. Harding, 212 Gold avenue.
White paranoia, all silk, only 86 cent
on Hale at the Golden Kule Dry Gooda
All ladles, gentlemen and children's
low Hhoea in our store will be sold at a
dlxcouiit of 20 per ceut. A. blmpler &
Attend our mid-summer cloning out
sale. Good seasonable goods aold at
ridlruloualy low prices. Koaenwald
The beet place tor good, Juicy steaks
aud roanU and all kinds of meats, kept
In a UrHt clans market, at KleluworVs,
north Third street.
J. G. Ilall, the big cattle buyer and
owner of Hutvhlaou, Kauna, came In
from the uorth lant night and U regis
tered at Hturgea fe,uroean.
Major W. A. Tanklu, the local repre
sentative of the Britieb-Ameiicau Fire
Iumirauce company, met the special
a rent, W. L. W. Miller, at the depot lal
night. Mr. Miller wts en route east.
Dealers In Kemiugtou typewriters, the
standard typewriters of the world. Cau
supply buHlneHa olllces with eiperleuoed
steuographera to till peruiai ent and tem
porary poeltlona, at ahort uollce. Halm
The fiteualoQ of the Copper avenue
sewer to the new reaideuce of Gov. K. B.
Btover, ou Kallroad avenue, la being car.
rteii oil to dsy if ths WhUney Co., Wo
hsve the ontfart. T!is lire l Ahont f
feet In lerifth, and Capt. "IK" Cox Ik In
rlia'BA nf tti force nf nion on the J h.
I ' iri'v, 11. t'.e n:-'!i"lii't ! waa
I nn'v n r 1 -1 rr.wliel a!i. Kit li e h'"t'1 in
t." Ii ,-.i.ii,.t,ve t.t -r : ii.u el I'ru
r,.t 1. 11 1 11 ii(er,ionii, 'ikI-iI In
til.-i'iei ,-,e iwir sr.i K M. "a
in i.iii" il i !i,:iei, wlm recciel h
Jiiriee thai rrxuited In hi' death an hour
after the accident, was known to many
of the Santa Ke railroaders between this
city ant San Mtrclal only a few years
n,-i Unwii bin luce dieil. The en
u ii' ",. t r 1 iMin'ira. t:i'i n liiu'ty
111 I, I, rut ll l'l lnulel. Is reported 10
hite ni l an t-ntfiiie 011 th we-t division
ot the Sa it I .i ll); alxitit two Jcr ago.
lie will d,MiliileM aurvive Ma Injurlea,
hut wltl carry aonie ugly erara ou hi"
hotly during the balance of his life.
Richard Hoffmeyer, the young Dimrod
who made a nnmt wonderful record while
out hunting one day lat year, returned
from Jeuu s and Sulphur hot apringa yes
terday afternoon. He lei t Joe Harnett at
the Jeniei "prlngt, where he la taking a
bath regularly every day. and from all
appearances, enjoying life In the coaleet
L. A. Carr.of Ban Marclal, and T. A.
Carr, of Demlng, rams to the city last
night to meet their sinter, Mies Angle
Carr, who Is on her way to Los Angeles,
Cat , for her health. The two brothers,
after a vlelt with their slater will return
to their home. They are quartered at
Mrs. H. W. Hopkins and family, who
wars on a vleit to hauaas relatives and
friends, returned to the city laet bight,
and in coneeguence the popular manager
of the Crystal Ice works In Correspond
Call at "The Green Front" shoe store
for children's and misses' sandals and
oxfords, blsrk and tan, latest styles, 8 to
8, 85 cents; 84 to ll.WOoentsj 11 to 8,
It; ladles' oxford i, It W. Chaplin, pro
prietor. Three vags were put to work on the
street to-day. The rag Is getting to be
such a scarce article now that It Is dif
ficult to corral enough of them to keep
the streets looking neat and clean.
Sweet stuffed mangoes, pepper man
goes, dill pickles, white onions. Queen
olives, celery relish, hot stuff, cataup,
sour and sweet pickles, all In bulk at
the San Jo Mahkkt.
I. M. Moore, real eetate, fire Insurance.
Money to loan, 10 per cent Intereat; sums
to suit; real estate security. Olllne, 12H
south Second street. New telephone 221!.
J. B. Corrlgan, of Gallup and Manuel
ito, was a paasenger to Chicago laet
night, In reepuuHs to a telegram that his
wife, who is there vlaiting. Is quite HI.
The Kimball piano received highest
houors at the World's Fair. Bee the One
diaplayof Kimball pianos at The Whit
son Mimic store.
An expert meneure taker Is the man to
order your fall suit from. Call on Leon
Arnier. X. T. Armljo block. 300 samples
to select from.
The school board will meet to-morrow
ulght. All true tees are urgently re
quested to attend the meetlug.
A good No. 3 Remington typewriter for
nale cheap, at Hart's secoud hand store,
117 west Gold avenue.
Cooked corned beef, home manufacture,
15 cents per pound. Hlanchard Meat and
The cleaueat and beet appointed barber
shop In the southweet Hahu's, N. T. Ar
Coot and comfortable dining cars on
Santa Fs route are obtalued by uae of
Concentrated nourlehment, Armour's
extract of beef, for sale at the Ban Jose
C. I'ullam, the reliable barber, has
opened a shop at No. Ill north First
Fine china aud glassware. W hitney
Crockery aud glassware. W hltney Co.
New bicycles at Futrelle's only 2S.
Lamps and trimmers. Whitney Co.
Fresh Dsn. Ban Johk Mahket.
aalee, To-I7 Will Hrlng Cualomara To-
Best sngar cured ham Hie
Klneal Mocha and Java coffee X?
Het quality uncolored Japan tea Ooo
1 lb. Van Houteu'a eoooa "2c
W. HESSELDliN, President. V. K. WHITNEY, Vke-Prealdent. J. C. I l.Ol RNOV, 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 riClI AND SALESROOMS, ai7.jiQ S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HI-AVY MARDWARll, 115-117 S. I lrst Street.
' it .trf H.afcifi
We need room,,
fur our iifvv Mock of woolen Drcr-i(ioo(l.-, whicli
will hoi 111 !.' ;i rri vi iii?. Wf li.ivi- now an iin
niiMist' Mock of Drt'A (iooiN on haml ainl must
rt'l tift kumi'. In order to attain thi t-inl we
will hcII tln'M" K'ooil at aliuoM unhclii- t-ahl)
WIIKN' wt ,ay, Dicms (iool'n HarKaiiH, every
body known tliat we mean Dress (toot I'm Har
Kains in the full sense of the word. We have
made these sales the talk of the town lie fort?,
we an; determined to cap the climax with thin
THIS SALK is to ho one of mutual benefit
and interest to the public and ourselves. A
benefit to the public in receiving their Dress
Goods at just about one half their actual value.
A benefit to us in disposiiiK nf same, for reasons
above mentioned, although at or below cost.
We know we can interest you. Avail yourself
of this nppnrtiinity!
Mail orders filled same day as received.
ROSEN WALD BROS.
THB CUT lit BRIEF.
rcrsoasl and General rtrsgrapns ricked
Up Here and There.
A. Simpler is spending the week at
The board of education will hold a
special meeting this evening.
Nathan Barth left to day for Ms sheep
ranch In the Zuni mountains, and will
return In about a week.
Miss Katie Roach and MIhh B. Mallory
came In 'roui Gallup laat night and are
Htopplng at Sturgiia' Kuropeuu.
Hon. Nelll B. Field, A. ft. McMillen
and others, having buslnea In Simla Fe,
were paeaengers going north laxt night.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cunters returned from
Coyote Springs to day after speudiiig a
few days very pleaasutly at that moun
B. Pelton, nncle of Mrs. W. H. Genter,
left luat night for Las Vegas, where he
will remalu a short time ami theu con
tinue on to his home In Iowa.
Dr. Marlon BUhop. Miss Winifred
Spauldlng ami Mies liuth Blehnp left
this m rnlng tor Camp W hitcouib where
they will remain for aeveral days.
Joseph Ilelweg, one Albuquerque's
promising young men. who left a short
time ago for St. Louis, delighted his
many admirers by returning last night.
Prof. A. K. Haggerty, who was the
sucreeeful public K-hool teacher at Bland
laxt teamin and will till the aaine position
again the oomlng sesMion, is In the city
ou a vlelt of a few days.
C. K. Ackermau and wife, Judge J. II
Guerry and Mrs. F. 11. Cooke, a party of
Georgians who have been speudiiig a tew
days very pleaaantly In Albuquerque left
last night for San Frani'leco.
Louis Ilfeld aud wife have returned
from a three weeka' vacHtlon speut in
Denver, Colorado Spring, Maultou and
other delightful Colorado reaorts. Mrs.
Ilfeld Is now vlalllng lu Santa Fe.
Samuel W. Biiiipson, ot Taos, has been
appointed by the comiiiiHNioners of Taoa
couuty cadet to the military academy at
Roewell. He Is a son of Smith II. Simp
son, a Grand Army veteran well known
In this city.
Single admission to the base ball games
between Santa Fe and Albuquerque ou
Saturday aud Sunday will be :io cents
for each game. Season tickets for the
. . - a 1
two game will be sold for r0 cents.
Thene tickets will also admit a lady and
gentleman or two ladles to one of the
Hartley Coffey, who has charge of the
Putney ranch on the San Autonlo, up in
fie Jemez mountains, Is In the city
Harney is the banner Qsherman of the
lemei mountains, and can double dis
count any other flhermsn nf his a
qualntance as long as "Had" Greenlear
remains lu the city.
Milton Dow, the ( hlllll general mer
chant and ranchman, Is In the city and
made a pleanant call at this olllce this
morning. He stated thut the rangis
around I'hlllll never were In better cor -dilion
than now and I hit the sheep are
A party composed of Meaers. Lebo,
Kricoon, W hltten, Buker and Prof. Burg,
who have been spending a few week"
0 thing and camping on Ceholla creek, In
the Jemei. have returned to the city, and
report having had a most pleaeant outing.
W. M. Hurst, wife and son. Breed
Hurst, reglitering from the suullower
ntale KiuieaH are at the Hotel High
land. They are health and pleasure
eeker, and will probably remain here
for some time.
The traveling engineer of the Banta Fe
Pacllls, ('. K. Cramer, and family, who
enjoyed their summer outing on the Rio
Pecos, returned to the city last night.
They had a splendid time flnhtng and
The Ladiea' Home Mleslonary society nf
th Methodist Kplxcopal church held
their monthly meeting at the church this
afternoon at 3 o'clock, nnd a full attend
auce wat present.
Mlea Fraukle Lockhart, who was prin
cipal of the Las Cruces public school
during its three months' aeaalon of laet
year, Is at Kl Paso on a visit to her sister,
II. D. Decker, the Isleta general mer
chant, with his wife and child, drove in
from Camp Khitcomh yesterday, and all
left this morning for lnleta.
Jesse Miller and wife were passengers
for southern California last night. Mr.
Miller la a well known freight conductor
on the Santa Fe Pacltlc.
Mrs. R.J. Diiusmore aud son, with Mrs.
Katharine Potter, her sister, returned laet
night from a protracted visit to eastern
relatives and friends.
- ' tiai-"' va.i . tJ ' vjr .--
We have placed
rji! dred pair of
Lrii At grtMly reduced prices in order
M et f",r ,or ouf f" stock' We
t i Z00 qIity Calf Skin Shoe,
mj oozen pair 01 vrooayear
!VJ " a-niui ui nv Diatu or
hju vwv vvj fj.w VAlrt l
tf va IJ
ipll rinally we have about 100 pair
1 J snoes in uxtoros, southern 1 te
IKJ ingr aU oi our broken Unci, which
Ltvj ana )t.w, At oniy
I'er j 3.75 j Pair.
11 If you will call and see these goods you will be convinced that P
P they are all Bargains. p
rt - - - - -- ki
1 SlflON STERN, I
p TUB RAILROAD AVENUC CLOTHILR.
OF ILFELD IJROS STOCK OF
Curtains, Rugs, Matting,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line I
Tn onlor to mnkn
stock wo will sell everything left of
tlio above Lroods, which wo purchased
of Ilfeld Rros. sit prices never heard of
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL
N. T. Armljo lluildln?.
A. Ooratraally Liooait.ct XXotol.
Jas. L Bell & Co,
Stpp's and Fancy Groceries,
THE FRUIT SZAS0R
in ItH lifluht now, ami you ran't huvf too ninth
ll 111! lit-11 iim A 1 in ullalilv. like Hie llili-r.
1 iht-loha. t nrratili. tf ttiri,. Laiirfii-ii. t u .. t are
; niiw at-Iiiiik at vrty low ru ca. ft- lilt-r mrlon.
i than tuni wtrv never urowti. They're a lea.t
lor all who im'h.!.r llieill. Don't loiet that
the truit aeMNon'. uoliitf anil tliat cantiliiff la the
Oral ortler ol the Uy. Niiw la tlir time to lay
111 a alore lor neat w inter, rruil t au t he U-t-leror
rlt ea lower than you'll llml at our atoie
. tlna week.
! faaca frleca at llartllpi'a.
1 (iraults pis pans lic
I ilrsnlls iIihIi pans -liy
! liraults nips . . it k
j lirsnits oillmt pots lis-
I liranlte wars ot all kinds cht-ap fur
I A full line of tinware and Htnveri.
fur Hm1 atl a ItarKaln.
j I wUh to tliripikie of several tlrnt-eU'W
I store counters and alnu four or live
modern show ratm. They will tie sold
at aliout half value. Hiuon Ktkkn,
, the Hallroad Avenue C'lulhler.
halaa Tu-llay Will Itrlun Cu.toiur.ra Tu
Morruvr. Hove' heavy seauileHH blat'k lione,
doiilile toe, lieel and knee, only .... Ilk
Two yards erinolliie ' c
liruuiiiiera' Hample lot ut ladies' hand
kerchiefs, worth a dime 5c
Choice 11ns of dretai bullous, per card
of two doieu 5c
The neweet fad jUHt out. The Kouinu
belt, just received at the Kcouomlst.
1 Uil1 L 1 m
on sale several hun-
to close out broken lines and PJ
offer vveral doren pair of 0
formerly sold at $2.50 to $4.00. iP'j
welt irtoes in Lace ana Con- n)
ran, ana iormeriy an tne way fpj
of Hanan Sc Sons celebrate p p
Lace and congress, represent p
are worth anywhere $3.00 P
room for our now
Next to Citizen Office.
Always Goods People
Want; Price People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER!
Call and be Con vi need. Take Advantage of the Biic Slaughter
Hoys' lixtra Heavy Ironclad j
lUaik. Hose, size 6 to 9j,
worth J5cts , go exactly at
half their value only. . 1'4 YtV.
Ladies' Fancy Hose, worth
2 Sets, only l'-ij.tv
Ladies' Leather Helts, tan
and white, worth, 25c.
White Dimitys, at 15, 20 and
25CU well worth one
third more than we ask for
White Checked Nainsook
20 pieces to select from,
1 2 ,ct. quality only. .. .Sc.
BLANKET SPECIAL. Wo bought ontiio sample lino of
Blankets from John V. Furwoll Co., Cliicaio, at ). oil' wholesale
price. Will sell them simo way. Como in investigate our goods
HOUSN 0.VVXKI) GOODS,
Xillie til l!(tt.ti,
BFillS SIMU(S (JRKfVHEItY II UTTER
118 Railroad Ave.
'. ItACHK 'HI. KTAMI.IMMhll issa
J UATI7I i 5
General Agents Tor W..I. Lome's St. Loots Hrcr.
EL KG A NT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Order. Promptly Attended to.
Price. Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI & GIOSVII,
107 & 109 South First Street, - . Albaqnerqna, N. M. f
WE WANT TO-
Customer of ours. We will try
The KihiT rnrrtvt reatl nitf nf the ahovp m-nt ni
man .Miinu.iv, Aiitf. ih, win incite m .Mili
tary Niiirtiif MjuMiii.
T. Y. MAYNARD, Jeweleb
Vtch Irupcctor, A, T. it S. F. R. R.
If jou Intonil to snjuy jourwlf In tin
miiiintsins tbls HUiiinn'r, riiifiu twr tlis
Hiililinr lint sprlriKs, nenllwl In a vsIIkj
ot the Jkiiiki iiiiinntalnH, rmiiuit Iw Niir
PshwmI for soxnsrjr. Kor (mrtlcnlHrs
writ to W. L. Trlmtils & Co., this city.
I,sIIkh' IxHther lii'lln, worth "U at 'Mk';
Itslts worth 6."c at 2(ie saih. KohmuwsIiI
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
White Pique Flouncing,
()win to the late arrival of
same, we will put them on
tale at half what they are
worth, no two alike. '
yards patterns only . . W.
Lidies' Black and Colored
Skirts only $1 OO
Hetter Qaalities Reduced in
proportion. Come and see
us, if in reed of a nice
skirt, we are sure to save
All our Summer Goods with
ihe exception of Orpjan-
dies, divided into 2 lots,
selling at 3V. and Sets, a
Albuquerque, N. M.
Is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to get 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 iireiM'rliitiiin rmiiitrr atwaya In charge ofJa
ffrudimti- ut pliurmat-y.
J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO.,
Think of It! Buying ls.lis' shirt
wuNt ut I'll-; lrt'1 ifM wiiiK hIshvs vmts at
ii chililrsn's tsn or tiliu-k storking at
Hlo, only to b hsl at ths (ioUIhu Kule
Ury (ioo ls coiiinany.
Oh, no! Y011 ars not look In if thin. All
tlmt you in'ftl is a cIhuii hIihvh. (io to
llnhii's luirtixr chop, N. T. Armljo build
in);, anil gtt ths lnMt.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
Infants Sandals, size I to 5.
Pat L'-a Vamp, worth 50c.
Ladies' Tan Hoot, cluth top,
lace, worth $2.00 only $!.,,j.
Boys' Heavy Shoes, the cele
brated Lewis Wear Regis
ter, J to 7' tm'y 75c.
SJ. to 1 1 ' j only yoo.
12 tn 2 only I