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jien- toffee at. . .30 cents.
30-cent coffee at. . .as cents.
5-cent coffee at ... 20 cents.
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MM 10 LOAN
On piano. Qmt-oliiH fnrnltnrs, etc.
without r moral. Also on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, life Insurance poli
cies. Trust deeds or any good secur
ity. Terms Terr moderate.
tW South Recood street, Albuquer
que, New Mexico, neit door to Ttest
ero Union Telegraph oOloe.
B. A. SLEYSTEll,
Automatic Telephone No, 174.
BOON8 11 A 14 CKOMttKLL BLOCK
fa X-3C I 2rC. "X" 3
f iir 10 cente a dime,
liar yimr ahirt laundrled
And htimit 00 time.
At lie AlbsqnerqM Sieim Lsandry,
Vomer Oasl m4 Hamad at,
JAY A. UUBBS. Proprietor,
MEL1N1 & L.AKIN.
Yboles&le and Retail Llqoor Dealers,
family trade supplied at Wholesale price
Kicltulvc aaenta for the famous YellowMoo
Wblskr. All ibe rUndutl brmnil of
SI. LOMS ud IILWIGUI
Bottled beer In MiKk. Kleaot Hide board and
Heading room Ir Connection and War bulle
tins freh from the wire.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season. . .
Fresh Fifth and Drew) Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Strut
CONTRMTOR AND BUILDER.
WHKKLKR'S OLD BIIOP BETWEEN
GOLD AND tilLVKK AVENUE.
Locks repal ed, key made and all kinds
o' retail li g done.
809 Copper Ave.
Horwahocinr a Speciahy. Tagoa Repair
ing and all Utocr Hindi of BUckamito
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St.
boat on hanh.
Store repairs at Fulrelle a.
Pianos for rent. WTiltney Co.
Carpenters' tools. Whitney Co.
Picture frames mails to order. Whit
40 cents for 7-foot cloth shades. W. V.
Picture frames and room moulding,
Merchants' Innch every morning at the
Madame Yale's preparations, a full
line at B. Kuppe's.
8es the "Meteor Lamp" at the Donatio
See the Doe assortment of new furni
ture, 2i south Flrat street.
The best summer fuel Is Cerrlllos nut
coal; 3.25 per ton. Halm & Co.
Cuion made overalls, ouly at the
Golden Rule Dry (rondo company.
Wauled To buy a Unit class milk and
butter cow. No. 815 weet Copper avenue.
Whits paranoia, all silk, ouly Ho cents.
00 sale at the Golden Kuls Dry Goods
Kutrslle. comer Gold and First streets,
will sell you good wall paper at 12 He
double roll and up.
All ladles, gentlemen and children's
low shoes In our store will be sold at a
dlscouut of 30 per cent. A. Simpler &
Attend our mid summer closing out
sale. Good seasonable goods sold at
ridiculously low prices. Kosenwald
The best place for good. Juicy steaks
aud roasts and all klmls of meats, kept
In a first elatst market, at Klelnwort's,
north Third street.
Dealers In Kemlngtou typewriters, the
standard typewriters of the world. Can
supply busluee offices with experienced
stenographers to All permareot aud tem
porary positions, at short notice. Hahn
Prof. E. A. Allen, the popular superin
teudaut of the local government Indian
school, met at the depot last night his
friend, Prof. B. O. Walker, a teacher lu
the government Indian school at i'errle,
Cal. The professor Is returning from a
visit to the east.
Yeeterday morning at 11 o'clock, In the
Episcopal ehurrb of East Las Vegas,
1'hillp J. Barber, of Blaud, was united In
the holy bonds of. wedlock to Mies Nellie
Overhuls, the pretty daughter of Mr. aud
Mrs. J. 11. Overhuls, also of Bland. The
marriage was first auuounoed to have
ocrnrrad at Paota Fa, but Miss Ovsrhols
r'f-rd that th cermomr he per
I nn 1 m Kssl I.ks Vcgss, whre Mis
hl pr viihhIj llve.1. 1 11 k Cm.KN ex-
teiide to Mr. aid .Mrs Bather wishes for
a happy married life.
Frank Whltten, the bright Alhnqner-
que representative at the Annapolis
military anailemy who has been spend
ing his tacitioi with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Whltten, will leave for
the north this evening, aeompnled by
his mother. They will remain a few
days visiting friends at La Vegas, after
which Mrs. Whltten will retnrn to the
city and Frank will continue on to
Annapolis. The yonng cadet has agreed
to Interview Admiral Cervera, of the
defunct Hpanleh Cape Verde squadron,
for publication In The ( itikn.
Mr. Thomas Hall, the expert piano
tuner, left last night for Wheeling, W.
Va. Mr. Hall has made many fnen ls
here who will be glad to know that jutt
as soon as he winds up his business af
fairs he will retnrn, to make this city
his fntnre home. Mr. Hall has great
faith lo the growing prospects of this
s.iuthwest country, and expects to stir
up considerable enthusiasm among his
frieuds In the east. His gd mother and
his sinter, Mrs. Downs, live on the mesa.
Another sister, Mrs. David Stewart, re
sides In this city.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs Aaron Gray
entertained a uumber of lady frieuds at
her resldeuoe. No. 811) north Fifth street.
A nice lunch was served, and the la lies
enj yed several hours very pleasantly in
conversation. Mrs. Gray Is the wife of
the prosperous geueral merchant and In
dian trader at Baton springs.
Call at "The Gren Front" shoe store
for children's and misses' saudals and
oxfords, black and tan, latest styles, 8 to
). HS cents; B1 to II. WO cents; llWtoZ.
l; ladles' oxtord 1 W. t'hapliu, pro
Mrs. M. Salazar y Otero, who was at
Socorro on a visit to relativesand friends.
returned homeYast night. The lady Is
the wife of the editor of La Baudera
J. M. Mooie, real estate, Ore Insurance.
Money to loan, 10 per cent Interest; sums
to stilt; real estate security. Olllue, 12B
south Second street. New telephone 222
The Kimball piano received highest
honors at the World's Fair. See the flue
display of Kimball pianos at The Whit-
sou music more.
An expert measure taker Is the man to
order your fall suit from. Call on Leon
Armer. N. T. Aruiljo block. Uoo satuplts
U select from.
A good No. 3 Remington typewriter for
Kitle cheap, at Hart's second baud store,
117 west Gold avenue.
Cooked corned beef, home manufacture,
15 eents per pound. Blanchard Meat aud
The cleanest and best appointed barber
4hop In the southwest Uahu's, N, T. Ar
C. Pullaui, the reliable barber, has
opened a shop at No. Ill north First
Free samples of Allen's "Foot Ease," at
G . C. Galnsley & Co., 122 south Second
Fine china and glassware. Whitney
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co.
New bicycles at Futrelle's only f 2ft.
Lamps and trimmers. Whitney Co.
Fresh fish. San Jotti Mahket.
Traaafir of Mlaas.
I. L. Merrill and wife have transferred
to the Cochltl Gold Mining company the
Dally, Cuba, lllland and Aspen mluing
claims and the water right location In
Bolls canyon In the Cochltl mlnlug dis
George 8. Ostrander has given a min
ing deed to Harold II. Giles for one-halt
Interest in the Judge mine lu the Cochltl
There will be a rehearsal of the U sir
work bv the deeree staff. uhIub- tho new
CJHtumes, Saturday evening at 7 o'clock,
sharp. Every member of the staff must
Mm. S. Vann, Instructress.
Salaa To-Oajr Will Mrlnf i'natoui
Best sugar cured ham
Fluent Mocha and Java coffee....
Beet quality uncolored Japau tea.
1 lb. an llouten's coco
W. HLSSIiLDliN, President.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets. Crockery
Iron Pipe and
O. KAll Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Oi l-ICR AND SAI.KSR(X)MS, 317-310 S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARH, 1 15-117 S. Hr.st Strieel.
We need room, rri1':,
for our iii-w ntot k of woolen DrrswUood, wliicli
will noon nrriviiitf. Y liave now an im
hhmihh nlot k of DrtM Good on liand mid must
t) muiii!, IuonltT to attain 1 1 i m cii1 vt"
will hell thfHf koN Jit almost unlirlicvcalile
WIIKN we nay, Drcs (iimmI'h liarizaitirt, every
lxjly knows tliat we mean Dress (tootl's Mar
KaiiiM in the full nense of the word. We liave
made these sales Hit? talk of the. town before,
we are determined to eap the climax with this
THIS SALK is to Im one of mutual benefit
nnd interest to the public and ourselves. A
benefit to the public in receiving their Dress
(roods at just about one half their actual value.
A benefit to us in disposing of same, for reasons
above mentioned, although at or below cost.
We know we can interest you. Avail yourself
of this opportunity!
Mail orders filled name day as received.
THE CITT IN BRIEF.
renoasl sod General rsrsgrspns ricked
Up Bert and Tberc.
J. B. Freedman, hailing from Bixhee,
A. T., mining district. Is at the Grand
Owing to the lack of a quorum there
was no meeting of the board of educa
tion last night.
Mrs. Detitschland, of Lns I.tinns, Is here
on a visit lo her daughters, Mrs.L.F. Levy
and Mrs. L. Trailer.
Mrs. Ed. Fluke and children went out
to Bear Canyon yesterday where they
will spend a couple of weeks outing.
Dr. W. II. Grsenburg returned to the
city last ulght after several weeks' vaca
tlon spent at the seaxlds resorts of Cali
fornia. P. J. Menard aud F. B. McCool came In
from El Pao, Tex, last night, and have
their names on the Sturges European
P. R. Harronn, the civil engineer of the
territorial commlMHlon of lrrigntion and
water rights, returned to the city last
night from a business trip to Sauta Fe.
Mrs. Joseph Price, wife of the big ttir
chant and bauker of Socorro, returned to
the Gem city this morning, after a pleas
ant visit to her daughters, Mrs. Leou B
Htern and Mrs. Hlumn Hteru.
Dr. F. D. Bishop has been appointed
medical attendant for the Indian school
In this city. Dr. BUhop his been Oiling
this position since the departure of Dr.
A. L. Mahaftey, now of California.
Major G. A. Hale has resigned his posi
tion of clerk at the Indian school and has
returned to his old home In Arkansas,
where his wife Is quite sick. Robert T.
Towner, of Canton, Ohio, has been ap
pointed his successor and wilt arrive
here September 1.
Col. J. J. Nelllgan, special examiner of
the United States pension bureau for New
Mexico and southern Colorado, has re
turned to his headquarters at Pueblo
He was here the past two months, and
from all accounts was well pleased with
the climate hereabouts aud the geniality
of the people of Albuquerque.
Kmlllauo Sandoval, the general mer
chant at Caher in, Is In the city, combin
ing business with pleasure. He Is a
brother-in-law of Con ratio Gonstles, with
whom he 1 stopping, aud while here he
will purchase a big stock of goods from
W. R. WHITNEY, Vice-President.
the wholevHle uiercliHiits. He states that
the Caht t in section of this county has
been visited by several good soaking
rains the past two weeks.
A well-known lecturer of New York
city Is preparing a lecture on New Mex
ico and hits written to relatives In thl.
city for facts and data relating to our !
sunshiny country, which he can add to
whuthehss ohtervnil personally durlnc I
a short vUlt two years ago. He has been
lltierally supplied, nnd soon some of the
best people in the effete eat will he hav-1
Ing their eyes opened regarding the ad
vautatres of this new country.
Hi n. L. Bradford Prince, who hits been
in California examining the different
processes tited there in drying fruit, re
turned to his home lu Sunta Fe last!
flight. He failed to get any Information
on thA Artllk-ial method or drying, as
the heat of the sun is nned entirely for
that purpose there.
Jose Unix, the cornet player, atttl Miguel
itlvera, the piccolo player In the Govern
ment Indian school band In this city,
left last night for Carlisle, PennH where
they will joiu the Indian band of sixty
pieces which Major Pratt Is going to
take over to the International exposition
in Paris In Huh). .
J. Thompson Llndsley, a well known
Nt. Louis commercial traveler, Is here I
with his shoe samples. He states that j
business Is picking up and that his trade
is sti adlly on the Increase,
Dr. H. 8. Browns came lu from Santa
Fe last night. His daughter, Mrs. II. J.
Kmerson, and children will return from
their vacation to Hants Fe this evening.
Marshal McMlllin has the street crew
at work to iby cleaulug out the mouth of
the sewer, which was almost entirely
closed up by accumulat'on of dirt.
Alex. Bowie and wife, popular people
of Gallup, are at the Hotel Highland, i
Mr. Bowie Is the superintendent of the
CalediinlHii Coal company.
Guxtuv Becker, the well known Spring-
ervllle, A. T.. general merchant. Is In the
city to day on business, aud is registered
at Hturges' European.
C. H. Curtis, the receiver of the Socorro
tire clay works, came In from the south
last uight and is stopping at the Hotel
Mrs. Rebecca Martiues Is visiting with
the family of her brother. Attorney Do
naclaiio Chaves, in lUrelas.
J. C. I I.OliRNOY, Sec. & Treas.
We have placed on sale several hun
dred pair of
At greatly reduced prices in order to cfos out broken lines and
get ready for our fall stock. Wt 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.
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER.
OF ILFELD BROS STOCK OF
Curtains, Rugs, Matting,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line!
In order to mako
stock wo will sell everything left of
tho above troods, which we purchased
of II fold Uros. at prices never heard of
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Armljo Itulldlng.
A- Oantrailly Zjoosttect Hotel,
Jas. L Bell & Co.
Slap'e and Fancy Groceries,
TBE FRUIT 5FASOH
I in lt heiiiht now. and you ran't tiave too mm h
I 1 vi it lirii tt A 1 in quality, like tlir WHitr
inrliin. t utiHHtM, lTrii s, tiitiun;i, rU ., t- arr
ih kwliihtf nt veiy low pritri. I- inn mrloiiM
j ttiHi) oiirn wrrr iicviT urown. Tltfy'ri a (runt
lot nil who mrt -httttf Oifin. D.m't forttft that
, thf trtiit Hranoit'i. uttiiiu anil that ( Himing inthr
hml ottlt-r nt Hit i!.iy. Now m thr ttnu lo lay
in a Ntnre lor nt-it winter, fruit t an t r r 1
trr or iMit ra lower than you'll Imtl at our atoie
(iranite pie pans Me
Uranus dish pans tile
1 iranite cups nt
lirsnlte oolles pots 411c
liranlte ware of all kinds cheap for
A full line of tluwars and stoves.
21:1 (mill avenue.
for Swl. at a IUrKlii.
I wish to dlMpiine of several 11 rut -clans
store counters aud also tour or live
modern nIiow cases. They will be sold
at about half value. 81M0N Stkkn,
the Kailroad Avenue Clothier.
SslM To-ljr Will Itrlua l ii.liiui.r. To
Boys' heavy seamless black hose,
double toe. heel aud knee, only . . , . ItV
Two yards crinoline be
lirumiuers' sauiile lot of ladies' hand
kerchiefs, worth a dime lie
Choice Hue of dress buttons, per card
of two dncsn tic
I The uewest fad Just out. The Uoman
I belt, Just received at the Kcouoiulst.
room for our new
Next to Citizen Office.
Always Goods People
Want; Price People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Re
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER!
Call and lie Convinced. Take Ailvuiifiijrfl of Hie Slaughter
Hoys' Kxtra llt-avy Iromlad
lllai k Ho8e, size 6 to 9,
worth 25cts , fjo exactly at
half their value only ., fi'it:
Ladies' Fancy Hose, worth '
2 Sets, only
Ladies' Leather Belts, tan
and white, worth, 25c.
White Dimitya, at 15, 20 and
25cti well worth one
third morethan we ask for
White Checked Nainsook
20 pieces to select from,
12j4ct. quality only. . ..Mc.
BLANKET SPECIAL. Wo hou-ht nlir sample lino of
Hlankets from .John r. Far well Co., Chieaio, at oil' wholesale
price. Will sell them suno way. Como iu investigate our goods
A. J. MALOY,
and Fancy (Jf
Nnr to Kipi U,
BEMS SIMUNGS CItKAMEItY BUTT Kit
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
). HCIIE HI.
OoiHral Agents Tor W. J. hemp's St. Louis Hour.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OI'EN DAY AM) NIOIIT.
Outalde Ordora Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BACHECHI & GIOSVII,
107 & 109 South First Street, - - -Albnqncrqna, N. M.
WILL HELP YOU!
'at i'Ii your train, ur ki'i'p IiiiIiii'si'ii,ii;.'
ini'iili irniiiitl uiitl.srit e ynii Ki'in-ral Mitii
liii'tiini. Wtiki-i'p l wm-i 1.11 ihii ln-t
tiiiii ki'i'iH'rs iiiaili1, ami f 11 1 1 Ii.t r v,,
knuw liuw ti ri'air llii'iii hIhmi Hh-v jfi-t
nit of nnliT. Jl Iiih I .! our life Iiiiik
1 mile ami limitn'-M, ami we it-isun yon satU-
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Ttch Inpclof, A, T. & S. F. R. R.
If you Intend to snjny yonrslf Id tlie
mnnntsins this suiuiiiHr, rsineintwr tho
snliihiir lint sprliiKH, nxHtlsil iu a vnlliy
of th Jstusi uioniitaiiiH, ritiinut te sur
passsil fur scsnsry. Kor particulars
write to W.L. Triiuhle & Co., this city.
I.aillss' li'Htlier hells, worth liOo. at 3iV;
belts worth foe at 2'c each. Kosenwali
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
; White Pique Flaunting,
; huinlsomely embroidered.
Owinj; to the late arrival of
' same, we will put them on
i sale at half what they are
I worth, no two alike. 4 ; j
yards patterns only .. "0.
Ltdies' Hlat k and C iKired
Skirts only $1 H
Better Qaalities Reduced in
proportion. Come and see
us, if in reed of a nice
skirt, we are su'e to s u e
AU our Summer Goods with
ihe exception of Organ
dies, divided into 2 lots,
selling at n'c. and Sets, a
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to jet 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 pre Mntlrin counter alwaya In cliarar ufla
SrHjuulf 11I plmrtna y.
J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO.,
Think or it! Buying lilies' shirt
waists at lilc; Itilies wIiik slsevs Vests at
-V, fhililrsn's tan or Mack stockings at
'Mo, only to bs hail at the (iolilea Kul.
Iiry (loo Is coinpauy.
Oh, no! Vou are not looking thin. All
that you need is a clean xhavs. (lo to
llahn's barlier shop, N. T. Aruiljo build
lug, ami get the best.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
Infants Sandals, size 1 to 5.
I'at LMa Vamp, worth 50c.
only '4 He.
L .idies' Tan Boot, clo'.h top,
lace, worth $2.00 only $ I. .",,
I Joys' Heavy Shoes, the cele
brated Lt'wis Wear Resis-
ter, j to JV, nV -JJc.
j t'l 1 1.1 j only t)()..
IJ t 2 iy $1.00