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THE DAILY CITIZEN
AMU'qi KKyi K, -- Al iii srao, imm
My instructions from Chase d
Kanburn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
45-cent coffee at. . .40 centa.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cent.
3S-cent coffee at, , .30 cents.
30-cent coffee it. . . as cents.
5-cent coffee at ... 20 cents.
Hi I. RillroaJ if., AlbQQnerqna, 1. 1.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On piano. flrt-clai fnrnlturs, eto,
without ffmonl. Aim on dlaruonits,
watch. Jewelry, Ufa Insurance: poli
cies. Trout deeds or an; good secur
ity. Terms yery moderate.
109 South Second street, Albuquer
que, New Me 1 1 00. next door to Ant
rn Union Telegraph oQioe,
15. A. SLEYSTElt,
Antomatte Telephone No. 174.
BOOKS IS A M CHUM KLL BLOCK
or 10 cent dime.
Hive your iilrt Utindrtwl
And hum oo time.
At Ut Albiqierqttt Steam U in dry,
Jorr Ool mw mmd Htmd at.
JAT A. HUBBS. Proprietor,
MEL1N1 & EAKIN.
fliol'salt and Eetall Llqaor Dealers,
Family trade mpplled M Whole! price
Kiclualrtuent fur the famou YellowMoo
Wblaay. AU I he etandard brand of
SI. LOCH ud KILW1CKEK
Bottled ber Id Mock. Klenant Side board and
Reading room Ic Connection and War Bulle
tin (mh from th wire.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season. . .
Fresh Flub, and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
WHKKLKlt'B OLD SHOP BKTH'KKN
GOLD AND SILYKK AVKM'K.
Locks repalied, keys made and all kinds
or repaiiiug aone.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
20S Vat Gold Avenue next to First
Farnltnre, Stuves and Household Goods.
New and Second Hum! Repairing.
Furniture stored and packed for ship
111 nit Highest prices paid (or secoud
iiaun ntiuHvimia gouas.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
Beat 00 anu.
h re Ltolleery.
Blovs repair at Kutrelle'a.
Pianos (or rent. W hltney Co.
Carpenters' tools. Whitney Co.
Picture frame made to order. Whit
40 eenU (or 7-foot cloth shades. W. V.
Picture (ramea aud room moulding.
n niiuejr uo.
Merchants' Innch every morning at the
W bite Klephaul.
Forty cents seven (rat cloth shale with
rrluge at rutrelle s.
For lanes and embroideries at half
price at B. llfeld & Co's.
Henry Ksstnger, of Lw Vegas, Is In the
city Jroin a trip out went.
HI gluts t prices paid for gents' clothing
at Bart's, 117 Uold avenue.
Bee the fine assortment of new (urul
ture, 'AJb south First street.
We will furnish your tiuuse on the In
atalluieiit plan. H hiluey Co.
The bent summer fuel Is Cerrlllos nut
Coal; 3.20 per ton. iiahn & Co.
Men's, youth'eand chlldreu's clothing (or
lens thau half prloe at B. 1 if eld & Cos.
K you want anything In the binding
or job printing Hue, oail at ThiCitikkm
White parasols, all silk, only 86 cent.
on aale at the Uoldeu Kill Dry UooUs
The freshest stock of staple aud fancy
groceries are to be found al Bell & Co.'a,
None but the bent artists employed at
UaUu's barber ahop, N. X. Armijo build
lug. Bathe .
Futrelle. corner Gold and First streets,
will sell you good wall paper at ltt
double roll aud up.
Wauled Situation by a first class,
woman cook; willing to go out of city,
lniiulrejal llighlaud reelaurtut.
J. M. Moore, real enisle. Insurance,
Inaua, ruauager Albuquerque Abstract Co.
New phoue, tlZ. 121 ttoulh 2ud street.
The beet place for good. Juicy steata
and roan is and all kinds of meats, kept
In a nntt clam market, at Kleluworts,
north Third street.
Competition In prices Impoiwlble
Dou't ak bow we do It. Vi u do the
picking at the biggest store. Uoldeu
kule lry Uoods company.
The Sulphur hot springs Is the Ideal
mouulalu reeorl within a day's ride of
line city, tall al w . L. I rluilde x Co.'s,
ou north Second street, for particulars.
Our muNltn uuderwear Is manufac
tured by one of the leadlug mauufac
turers In the country. Full cut. well
sewed, aud sold ou their merit, at ei
oeedlugly low ptloes. Hoeeuwald Bros.
ft tn. Trautmau, of Tope k a, who ha
chargs of ous of the department of the
auditor's oltice, of the Hants Fe
railway, eiwnt a day visiting with
his frleutl, Marshal Ut-Ulllln. In this city
yeeterilay. He left tor Cailfirnla iaxt
It you Intend to enjoy yourself In the
niouuiaiue this summer, remember the
sulphur not springs, nestled lu a valley
of the Jemes monntaln. csnnnt be snr-
powsed for scenery. Yor purticnlarx
wr;iiov 1, irlmlde ACo, this rlty.
Prof. Ill Miinro. the bent vl illn teacher
III New Mi mro, will Klrevl'ilin lewone
and harmony. Anyone desiring his eer
vices should drop him a poetal raid, this
"Iear Collese Chnma" "Rreak the
Newe to Mother." "I ve Been Fallhfnl to
inn. Three late eon, hv Karri. All
three for $1 .: the Viutwin Music Store.
Look l.ito Klelnwnit's market on north
Third iitrxet. he has the niceet (reh
nats In the city.
The rleaneet and beat siiiNilnled barber
shop 1 1 the southweMt-liahn's, N. T. Ar
A complete line of potted meats and
delicacies for luncheons and picnics, at
For men's, Isdles' snd children's hosiery
at half price at B. llfeld X Co's.
Htove repairs for any stove made.
Plumbing and sss Ottlni. W hitney
Fins china and alaeewars. Whitney
Crockery and glassware. W bltney Ca
Copper and tin work. Whitney Co.
New bicycles at Fulrelle's only 423.
The Las Vegas Optic says: Begin
ning to-day, Augu-i 27, tbs working
hours of tnechinlHt, bollef makers, their
respective helpers, and a number of other
roundhouse men at this place will be ten
hours work per day, five dsys In the week,
the shops closing Friday evening and re
maining closed nntll the following Mon
day morning. This shortens tbs work
ing time one-halt dsy per week, the
regular time b-lng five and one half
days per wetk, laying uff Saturday after
uoun. The paeeeiiger train which wss to have
arrived here bunday night cams In st 6
o'clock this morning. The train which
was to have come In laet night did not
arrive nntll 2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Its delsy wss due to a second washout on
the other side of Peach Springs. No. 2
from the wext to-night Is alto reported
ludetlnttely late 011 account of a waehout
some place along the road.
The Raton Reporter says: Csr Car
penter Benjamin Wolf! sustained a cora
mlnuated fracture of botu bones of the
left leg above the ankle yesterday morn
ing, while at work In the yards here,
caused by the elds of a car falling on
him. lie was taken to the Las Vegas
huepital, where he will probably have to
remain for two mouths.
Sergeant Bhermsn Is still In the city.
At the very late moment he concluded
not to leave ou Mondsy night, so Keys L.
A I here weut alone to Fort Logan, while
Sergeant Armijo left lant night for Fort
Thomas. Sergesut Sherman will prob
ably get away from the city to morrow
unless orders received In the mean time
devlee otherw ise.
Hheriff Huhhell to day brought Juan
Apodaca, Tranqulllno Lucero, Alejandro
Jlron and Francisco Abeytla, (our more
of the Inleta Indians believed to hsve
bn mlied up In the Padllla stabbing
affray, to the city and lodged them In the
county jail. Pablo Apodaca Is the ouly
one of the number now at large.
Delegate II. B. Ferguxeon has received
letters from some of the boys at Whipple
b trracks aeklng him to use his Influence
to secure their discharge, Mr. Fergus-
son may oonoluds to go to Waehlngton
and lay the wishes of the ooys before the
Mrs. C. II. Bahuey aud children, ac
companied by Mr. Bahuey, came in from
Socorro last night and the former con
tinued on to New Jersey, Mr. Bahney
left this morning for Kl Paso, where the
B ihneys will reside In the future.
A telgram received (roin Sergeant Gar
Ueld Hughes, at the hoepital at Camp
Wlkcff, states that be Is now conval
escing and that he will be mustered out
of the service some time next week,
when he will return home.
Hon. 8. B. Newconib, of Las Cruces,
was a passenger for Santa Fe laet night.
He has business of a legal nature to at
tend to at the capital.
F. C. Shaw, registering from Belle-
iiioiit, A. T., came In from the west last
night and Is at the Grand Central.
Wauted Position or partnership lu es
tabliehed olllre business. Law preferred.
Address "J. O." TllB ClTl.KN othce.
An all-brass padlock 16c
Handled axes 70c
I'iumb levels 40c
SPECIAL SALE OF
We need room, n:,;n;;,V,:,,:i';
for our new r1ock of woolen Dir.- (roods, which
will noon lie arriving. We li;iv' now an iin
iinMisn stix k of Divjm Irooil-t on haii'l and must
rt'diu-e namo. Iti order lo attain thi end wu
will nell these tfoods at almost nnl)el:eveahlt)
WIIKX we nay, Presn (ood'n Maryains, every
boly knows that w mean Dress UocmI's liar
gains in the full sense of (lie word. We have,
made these sales the talk of the town before,
we ore determined to cap t lie climax with this
THIS SALK is to he 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 disposing of wiine, for reasons
above mentioned, although at or below cost.
We know we can interest you. Avail yourself
of this opportunity!
Mail orders filled same day as received.
TUB CUT in BRIEF.
fsrsonal snd licacrsl Paragrapks Picked
Dp Here snd Tbere.
R. R. Huffman and wife, of K.rie, Penn.,
are on a visit to the city.
Judge II. L. W arren, who was st Santa
Fe on legal matters, returned to the city
J. M. Phillip and wife, hailing from
Arkaneas City, Kan., are at the Hotel
Highland, arriving lu the city lat flight.
Jusn Antonio C. de Bare, a well-known
young Hpsulsh-Amerlcau of l'ei.a Illanca,
Is In the city receiving treatment for Lad
Mrs. W llliani (i ravel le aud son left laet
night for New Albany, Ind., where Mr.
(iravelle is now employed lu the railway
shops of that city.
Tbs ruanageriif the Mutual Life In
surance Co., W. L. Hathaway, wan a pas
eenger for the north Unt night, to be ab
sent several days.
Mrs. R. Leonard and Mls Bletcher,
Inters of the Bletchers, popular people u(
Blaud, are again In the city, aud are
registered at Hlurgot' Kuropeau.
The J'inlor member of the firm of
Lowenlhal & Meyers, MsJ ir Krnest
Meyers, returned to the city last night
from a business trip to the northern
Hon. Frank W. Parker, the judge of
the Third judicial district and oue of the
associate Justices of the territorial su
preme court, pawed up the road fur
Hauta Fe laat uighl.
Mrs. K. C. Worrell and son, and Oeorge
D. Carter came In from California lust
night aud are resting up during the dsy
at the Hotel Highland. They will con
tinue north to night.
N. B. Berggren, the Nebraska sheep
buyer, left laet night fur the Las Vegas
hot springs, where he will remain a few
days and then return to this city. He Is
the father of Noble Berggren.
Prof. J. R. Rlbera, who teaches the Las
Padlllas public school during the winter
mouths, and sells fruit during the sum
mer, drove in from J. Felipe Hubbell's
Pajarlto fruit ranch thin morning with a
stock of fine peaches, pears, apples, etc.
Word was received by the relatives In
this city, of the death of Mrs. George
Lewis, In Philadelphia, last Saturday.
The lady was about Kl) years of age, and
was the sinter of Jucoli and David Wein
man, of this city. lu ennwejuence of the
above sad uews, Ihs Golden Kule Diy
couipKiiy and the KoomomUt stores are
clcaed to day. A hii'-baiid, but no child
ren, mourn the death of an estimable
James Vnrhee and Clay Jones, two
attHches of the mechai lcal department
nf the Ihmocrat, returned to the city,
via Bland, from the Sulphur hot springs
yesterday. They were alin-nt about a
month, and report having had a splendid
The rants Fe ticket agent at Kl IV 0,
Carlelou J. Kiinls, and wife, who have
been bai k eftt the past six weeks on
their niiuimer Vacation, came In from
the north last night and continued on to
Kl Paeo this morniiiir.
I Hi a
Of the piopir sllc in
ncyligeeH would be follv,
lien w v arc st Hiti the
most t'.Ntiisitt- M.ulr.is,
piijuc, iii'd ll.mncl sliiils,
vliffk, stiijics and the
piftlitst palicnis at Mich
a low liurc.
0--r Strck of Jfc&'i
Fernisti is Is C impljle
AND II II GHAliK.
SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOW!
; j v;
95 Cents, i
Wo Guaranteo Them Worth
THU RAILROAD AVHNUE CLOTHILR.
We have fust received the
Largest and Most Complete
Line of SCHOOL SHOES j
ever brought ti th!i city.
Here are a few of tb price!
0 to 8, - - 75 Cents.
9 to 11, --88 "
1 IX to2, $1.00
ThtM Shon arc mads of Beat
Grain Leather with Solid Sols Leather
inner iolti and counter. Her arc
other price oi School Shoei. which
will teem high toiome, but by fit tb
cheaput for you to buy.
5 to 7, $1.25
8 to 11. 1.40
1 to 2 2.25
Theae ihoe are mad ol Bert Kan
garoo call with solid sol leather tip
and ditched with three row ol tillc.
and arc warranted not to rip. We
will give vou a new pair FREE OF
CHAKOE lor any pair ttul will not
i SIMM 4 CO.
FIRE 5 ALE
OK ILFKLD BROS. STOCK OF
Curtains, Rugs, Matting,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line I
In older to mak? room for our ihw
stock wo will sell everything left of
the above goods, which wo purchiised
of llfeld Hros. at prices never heard of
before, dt &
MAY L FABER,
W. HESSULDHN, President. W. R. WIIITNnY, Vice-President. J. C. FLOURNOV, Sec. 4 Tress.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OITICR AND SAL.nSk(KJMS, 317-119 S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and IllIAVY MARDWARR, U5-117 S. first Street,
Next to Citizen Office.
A. J. MALOY,
Ut.AL ER fN
and Fancy J
0LUII HOUaSW (LVX.VKI) GOODS,
N'ono to I'ijh ii,
IiEJilASSIMUXbrSf'RKAMEUY IUJ TTKIt
118 Fallrond Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
v,i..1.11tTTtirirl amsa if iffBi - - -
HACHKCHI. MTAHt.i.tfiKii tsss. ft (1IOMI C
Wholrrale Dralrra lu
Ociieral Agents lor W..I. Lcmii's St. Louis Iloer.
KLKOANT ItKTAIL DHI'AKTMEXT
Ol'KN DAY AM) MOHT.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL
N. T. Ann. Jo Kulldiug.
Ooaatrsalljr Ijooatad XTotol.
Outside Order. Promptly Attended to.
Prlcea Reasonable And Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI Ik GI0SV1I,
107 & 109 Soniti First Street, - - Allinqncrqae, N. M. f
i . :
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to grt it filled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drugs, bring- it to us. Physidaru'
prescriptions are a specialty with
us, and we have all the newest
discoveries in medicine that can
fill prescriptions from the best in
Our firvw-rliiiinn rutintrr alwuy la charge of a
?ra iiat at phitrrnai-y.
J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO.,
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas Alt-Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebtkcr Wagona
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
Think of It! Huylnir lailiss' slilrt
walitH at Kk-; Uillxs wluir slnye viwtH at
if, cliillrn's tan or Mark Htckliijr at
:tl0, only to bs lial at tlie IiuIiIhd Huls
lirjr (iishlH coiiiiHiijr.
Oil, no! Yoa ars not looking thin. All
ttiat you iihwI U a clean shave, (lo to
Halm's barter ahop, N. T. Armijo b-illil-Init,
and get the bsHt.
309 Topper Ave.
IjhIIbs' Isathsr hnlts, worth Mo. at 3ie; ' Hontihoeinv a Snecialiv R,i,
tiHltrt worth 6:,i! at .! u.w-numi.i 1 """""x"1 s Spully. Wagon Kepair
Lamps aud trimmers. Whitney Co.
ing and all Other Kind of Blaclumjlh
Jas. L Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
ft VaJt . ,,t y I J V . -T M
THE rUIT SEASUB
in It. Iieliilil nnw. anil you ran'l Imvr tun mil, Ii
'nut hf 11 iin A 1 in quality, like Hit water
melon., cur-MtUM, U-rrit-a, t'Miianaw, flc, we uie
mi .fllMiK at veiy ln t,rli e. bluer melon,
than nur. were never uro n. They're a (east
lur all liu uur, lia.r tliein. Drn't futuet ih.i
I I lie Hint aeati'n'. u in liu anil that i aim in it, the
I lir.l unler il the day. Now la the time to lay
: III a Httire lur llelt winter, rrillt ran'l le hel.
tertir tun e, luwer than you'll lind al our .lore
Tu-llay'a IUr-(alua al 111 Salr
KuII-sIzk clothes pins, sluht for le
Scrvw aud warilrohe hnokn, only 2c
(loiM pei.hol.lere, ateel psn and pi-ncll. He
1'erfnruteil pis platen, only 4c
dranlts staiupsil cups, only 5c
Superior bo's pocket kulfs Sc
Nickel-plated match box 7c
Wiener concert tiariuoulcas he
I Kull length galvanised clothes llmw. He
i Sheet Iron hrea l pans, only ik-
113 South Klret 8tret.
I A lot of lard season's union suits to
I be closed out for 2oc
2 pounds gmid, clean cotton tiattnu . . 'Hie
, A lot of very neat liautlkeri-h'fs, each Tic
i "American Lady" coraels 6nc
i TlIK MiK.
I Hour lu Omaha.
; The round trip, good for thirty days,
1 costs ttd.70. The round trip good to re
turn until November 15 costs ,"sl. Kor
I further particulars Inquire at the ticket
offlos. W. B. Tui'U, Ageut.
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.
We have secured the entire stock of "The Wonder," consisting of
Dress (Joods, Silks Notions, Lace and Cheneille. Curtains,
l adies' and Children's Shoes, .Men's, Fov's and
Children's Clothing aud Foots and Shoes.
Miiny Wiimli-r Imw we can -I'll the - tuck of "The Won Icr," at such rt-.l i.-u 'oust v low prbvi. hi t Wuii ler ecu
Hh-n lh li-a-.ii is made piain. We Hre ili lm inlni-d to imt -helve nii.v nf llmt'-ioi k a-i we i 1 rouni for c
new Kail liuoilri which arc an ivinj; daily.
Of theCLOSING OUT J
of "THE WONDEI
LINENS! LINENS ! !
Half Wench Table Linen, ( lily .. .
rH-inch bleach, worth due. out v . . .
liii-lnch b'ea 'h, worth $1 ui, n'uly.
of inch mi bleacheit, worth Hoc...
FRINGED TABLE CLOTIIS.
I'laiii and Coloreil Hnr.l.TH.
Is t I sellinir up to only i:,e.
Lot 2 selling Ii i to f l.tiu.onlv i.n
Isit Ii rtelling up to JJ2."), only il.:i,"
A few mid ones open Worked In ni stltchmt
worth up to l. your choice I ir only. . 2.2.1
TABLE LINEN SETS.
Napkins to match, colored hu-der, plain
wlitte r-cti, fringed and hem stitched and
open worked aid at idc.itl leliited
prli-cn, ruuglug from 2 70 to
TOWELS! TOWELS !!
Good ToweU, only
lletter lowvli.W. Ith luf.
A good quality of lluck Tuvtcls worth loc.
on i y
liooil itiallty, all linen, only
All l.incu iluck 'loweliug, worth 1 .1c,
2o pieces of Figured l'biie iii dark and
light (liali'H, worth, 2i'c. only ye.
2.1 p et-en nice LawiiH, worth up to im.
only !)' ,c.
2'i pieces of nice Lawui, worth up to '.'"c.
ni. ly ,,
(ifK'auili' s, werth ;ii k. to :t.1c 12'jC.
H hits Checked Sainsi ok, t nl 4c.
100 BOY'S SUITS.
Ml Wool nice luttcrns, worth regularly,
I i"1, our price iiti
iMZ'St to Id
4 t ) 1 1, only h1 ,c.
BOY'S DUCK PANTS.
Worth 21c , ouh
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
In Black. Tan an I I xlilnH, si.c 8 to 2,
w.irih S I i, only ii.lc
niiiig Ladies' Mine, spring heel, In black,
lati and nxhhn I, ttizes a to 1, worth oil
....AU specials as advertised last week to In continued this wi