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THE DAILY CITIZEN
AUHgiKrQiK. skit, t. ircn
liy instructions trum Chase A
San bur q we are authorized to sell
tava and Mocha Coffee at the
allowing priies:
43-cenl collee at. , .40 cent.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at. , .30 cent.
30-cent collee t ... 25 cents.
5-ccnl coffee at ... jo centi.
ED. (MffliEll
til I. Railroad if., ilbaqaarqas,!. I.
MONEY TO LOAN
On piano. Orst-claa fnrnltnre, tta,
without removal. Aim on dtamonda,
watch, jewelry, lit tnmiranc. poll
etMk Truxt deed or an; good aecur
H7. Ternu vert moderate.
h. sa?m.
tW Snath oond street, Albnqner
qua, New Moiloo, neit door to West
ern Union Telegraph oflloo.
B. A. SLEYSTKlt,
THE MAN
mi BST1TE.
K0T1R1 PUBLIC
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
HOC) MS IS A 14 CBOMWKLL BLOCK
Ft 10 cente dime.
Have your atilrt lauodrlcd
Aod bume od lime.
At ths Albaqaerqae Steam Laiodry,
Oerer OmI ul Sana-ad IW
JAT k. HUBBS, Proprietor,
rttamm 414.
ALHUQUEKQUE
.FISH MARKET.
Headquarters (or Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
Freeh Ktnh and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 203 South Second Street.
IAM1CS V. M.A.Y,
Of TiJunu Arizona,
II A V K
400 Pure Bred French Merino
Backs for Sale,
eighteen months old, lhavy alieurera
22 to 27 pound-,. lelivered on car In
lots of oO or more at $lO p r heal.
300 BUCK LAMBS
Dropped in February same etork (5
per head. For range eherp Merino,
beat the in all.
CALL AT THE
PEOPLE'S STORE.
(HIGHLAND BUILDINU.I
FKESH GROCERIES.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A. SKIN HER,
Law Price, and Courteous Treatnamt.
L. H. SHOEMAKER.
205 wet Gold Aveau next to Fint
National Buik,
Furniture, Stuves and Household Goods.
New and Second Hand Repairing.
Furniture stored aud packed for ship
ment. lliglifHt price paid for second
baud houiteliolil youda.
188
1898
F.G.Pratt&CoJ
Sole Aent
Ctuttnu aud
Cf u brand
annrd
OtHxia.
(ALIBI IN
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. Second St.
BlU.bofo
Creamery Butter
Beat on fcartu.
Ordera
Solltltrd
Ire Dellrery.
CITY NEWS.
Call Staahla for rl Htet. or Inaar.
Kwona . T. Armljo bulltllnS.
Pianos for rent Yi bttney Co.
Carpenters' tools. Whitney Co,
Smoked white fish. Ban Juti MakkiT
Pictura frames made to order. Whit
ney Co,
Try ona of our tirollentto-morrow. Sin
JOBS MAKKKT.
Turkey, duck, and chickens at the
FImu Market.
1'lcture frames aud room mouldlug.
Whitney Co.
Merchants lunch every oioruluy at the
White Klepliant.
For lace, and embroideries at half
price at B. Xlfrld & Co s.
Henry Kiwlnger, of Las Vegan, Is In the
city from a tup out went.
Highest prions paid for gento' clothing
at Hurt's, 117 bold avenue.
A grand free lunch will be served at
' The Klk" to-morrow night.
We will furuleh your tioun. on the In
stallment plau. rt hltuey Co,
The beet summer fuel Is Cerrlllos nut
coal ; 3.Zii per ton. Uahu & Co.
Meu's,youth'Nandchildreu'sclothtiigfor
lean thau halt price at b. lifeld A, Co's.
If you waut anything In the binding
or job prlutiug Una, call at Tut Citiskk
otlioe.
Hive us your order for poultry to-morrow.
8aUfacllou guaranteed. SaNjuttK
MakkkT.
White paraeoU, all silk, only 86 cent,
on sale at the (iohleu Hule Dry tioods
eompauy.
The freeheHt stock of staple and fancy
groceries are to be found at llell A Co.',
Beooud street.
None but the beet artlHls employed at
Hahn's barber shop, N. T. Armljo build
ing. Baths toe.
bweet bread, Kansas mutton, broilers
chickens, Kansas City roaela and steaks,
at the Bin Jobk Malta, st to morrow.
i. 11. Moore, real eetate, lusuraoee,
loan, auauatfer Albuquergue Alwtract Co.
New phone, tli. 121 ttouih '2nd street.
The best plaos for good, juicy eteaan
and roaeta aud all kluds of meat, kept
In a Unit elans market, at Kleluwort a,
north Third street.
Competition In Drlces imDOMHibls.
Don't aek how ws do It. You do the
picking at the blfutmt store, tioldeu
ltule ltry Uoods company.
W. Y. Walton, the well-known drug
glet, accompanied by Forreet Parker, re
lated from a huut In the MaiuatMsoull
west of the city, last ulght, aud from a l
accounts they have so far proved the
oauuer nuunuieuor I lie valley, briugiug
back with them forty-eeveu iUt'.l, wveu
teen doves, a baker's dozen of jack aud
eotUmtHll rabbits, aud other euu.il game.
They left among the Malpals tha bear,
deer and large game that they nn 'onMed-
ly linen. Mies Jeanette Walton, who
did not acpompany them, Is rejionlhle
for the ewnrtion that the new shot gun
of Mr. Kaitoo Is a wonderfully accurate
gun.
YMerdsy morning, hrlaht and earlv.
everal young snhool ladles, acpoiiipsnled
tiT fflim tlegnian, left for the mountain)
on their wheels. W hile roasting down
Tljeras rsnvon Miss Delia Hchneter's
wheel struck a stone and the fair rider
was thrown with great voloclty over her
wheel, etriking the hard road and hadlv
lacerating and bruiting her face and
Hp, The ynnng lady was h ought to the
city and a doctor summoned, who ap
plied the neremnry soothing and healing
remedies. Hhe la reported resting quite
eaelly this afternoon.
Architect Crlaty has completed the
plans for an addition to Kev. H. M. Craig's
new home on the Highland, and the
C'liitractors are now preparing their bids.
1 he addition will be a two story frame
building and will contain the parlor,
library, two bed rooms, a bath room ami
a store room, (hie of the features of the
hones will tie a balcony opening from the
npper bed rooms.
The "Zjbo Concert" at tha A. M. K.
church last bight proved a strong draw
ing card and a Urge audience was In
Bllemlaace. The '. Ih) band plaved a
number of popular war tunee, "which
were greatly appreciated, there were
also a n u inner of eioellent recitations on
the program.
"The Klk." the new reaort at No. 2itt
Kallroad avenue, will be formally thrown
open to the public to morrow night. A
grand free lunch will be served, and
Meaer. Heisch A Htzler, the proprietors,
would be pleaaed to see their many
(r lends that evening.
Head cheese, blood sanags, liver san
aage, pork sauaage, boiled ham, preaed
ham, minced ham, prewtd pig' feet,
Cooked corn beef, smoked white tleh,
alaml and ceivelat, at the Han Joxk
Mahkkt.
Kmtl Wlllmnnder, the deputy sheriff
at (lallup, came in this morning ou one
of the delayed trains with a prlaoner
named Hugerman, who will serve a
sentence of thirty days In the county
jnil.
The Public Library Association will
hold an Important meeting at Its room
on Saturday morulug, al 10:30 o'clock.
All members are requested to attend this
meeting.
Prof. IMManro, the beet violin teacher
In New Meilco, will give vlollu lessons
and haruiouy. Anyone desiring his ser
vices should drop him a postal card, this
city.
"Dear College Chums," "Break the
News to Mother." "I've been Faithful to
Yon." Three late songs, by Harris. All
three for I at the Wlutson Music Store.
George T. 8 (I -trans, of Memphis, Term.,
an old friend of Superintendent A. A.
Trimble, Is a recent arrival ill this city,
aud will spend the winter here.
Miss M. K. fill mors and Miss Mind
Hill, who have been taking a course In
music In Chicago this summer, returned
to the cily last ulght.
Miss Flelda' private school will reopen
Monday, Hept b, in the Commercial club
building, neit door to the public library.
raironage solicited.
Wanted Immediately, a girl or
woman to do cooking aud general house
work. Apply at 4&i uorth Second street.
F. K. Sturges.
Try one of our 8.A8 mild sugar cured
hams; we also sell (told band hamt and
bacon. bAN Juei Mahkkt.
The cleanest and beet appointed barber
shop in the southwest Uahn s, N. T. Ar
mljo building.
Bernese Swiss, Km pi re Llmburg brick
and Han Sago cheese at the Sam Juti
MABKIT.
There will be a supply of fresh oysters
In bulk at the Fish Market on Sat
urday.
A complete line of potted meats and
delicacies tor luncheons and plenlcs, at
win.
Fresh oyster In bulk at the Fish
Market on Saturday.
Stove repairs for any stove mails
Whitney Co.
Choice dress poultry at the Fish
Market.
Fine china and glassware. Whitney
Co.
Sweet breads at the San JohK Uakkkt.
Crockery and glassware. Whitney Co.
Copper and tin work. Whltuey Co.
SATl'KUAVa SfKCIAL SALf.
At The Hnajr Slora.
lib good bsklng powder put up In a
glass rolllug pin 2Rc
3 glasses of eaNtern jelly S5c
l cans best California Peaches &o
18 lbs New Colorado Potatoes 2'c
3 lbs choice raisins 10c
1 gal. choice syrup 30c
4 caus unsweetened milk for Ice
cream '1'tt
3 cans corn "'.c
Kvery Item strictly Qrst-class. At what
other store can you do uear as well? vpot
Cash Is a wonderful lever, and the Ledger
Pirates are hopelessly handicapped.
THK MA.K.
Wm. Kikkk, Prop'r.
If jou want roal aatale or In.traiira, call
an Pan kin, Kootu , N. T A rmljo bolMlaav
W. HliSSKLUL.N, President.
WMtmey Company,
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
And
Pumps,
Iron Pipe and
Fittings,
Belting and
Packing.
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OITICE AND SALESROOMS, 217-319 S. Second Street.
V0RK5M0IS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 S. 1 1 rat Street.
SPECIAL
liress
men
We need room,":,:";::''::,;
for our now Mock of woolon DVosh OinnIh, w liirli
will Hon 1 1 lo arriving. Wo liavo now nn im
nioiiHo ntnok of Dross (J )oih on hau I nnl must
roilueo Mine. Inorlor to attain thi t ond wo
will noil tlioso (oinIh n almost unholiovonblo
laiooH.
WIIKN wo say, Dross (lonrlV narains, ovory
body knows that wo moan Dross (ioihI'h liar
K.iins in tlio full sonso of tho wonl. Wo have
iiialo tlioso H.ilos tin' talk of tlio town Itofore,
wo aro lt'tonniiio(l to t ap tlio climax with this
ono.
THIS SALK is to In ono of mutual bonofit
ami intorost to tho public ami oursolvos. A
bonolit to tho public in m-oivintf thoir Drosw
(tooils at just about ono half thoir actual vnluo.
A licndit to us in disposing of samo, for reasons
nlovo mentioned, although at or Itolow cost.
We know wo can intorost you. Avail ynuwlf
of this opportunity!
Mail orders filled name day as received.
ROSENWALD BROS.
THB CUT IN BRIEF.
rcrtoDAl and General raragrapu Plcke4
Hp Berc aod There.
K. W. Iobon. the attorney, went to
Santa Fe laet night.
T. N. Wllkerson left last night on a
business trip to Santa Fe and Denver.
C. R. Dixon has poetponed the opening
of the Montezuma until .September 10.
The family of A. J. Mitchell, the at
toruey, was colietdersbly eula'ged yes
terday by the arrival of two bouncing
twin boys.
The Congreg itional church has been
thoroughly renovated. Th carpet bsa
leen takeu up and cleaned and tile sealx
have heeu placed further apart, which
will make them coiiHlderably more com
fortable. J. F. Jarvls returned to the city last
ulght after a tilp through California. Ne
vada and I tan. lie reports very dry
weather In all of the three above s'ates,
and came across no place he liked better
than Albuquerque.
Dr. F. K Olney, of Las Vegas, preeldeiit
of the territorial board dental examiner,
and Dr. D. W. Mauley, of Santa Fe, the
secretary of the board, went to Silver
City this morning to attend the meetlug
of the board there to-day.
Mlsa Helen V. lieiiog, the adventuress
who came very near enticing W. I. Mit
chell, the clerk at the general delivery
window of the local poHiolhVe into mar
riage with her, has reached Preecott, and
will visit the various mining camps near
that city. Her "guardlau" and traveling
companion, L. L. Lyon, the lvuver trav
eling mau is still with her.
Commodore F. II. Kent and wife, who,
like all prosperous aud well to-do clt
izns, spent their summer vacation at
the seaside resorts of southern California,
returned to the city early this morning
n one of the delayed passenger trains
from the weet. The Catiitnixlore elates
that he had a line time, and kept regu
larly posted ou the summer events trsne
nlrlng at Albuquerque, He received Tuk
Cm.KN every day.
Prof. Klmer O. Wooten and wife and
Mrs. C. T. Jordan returned to Las Cruces
this morning. Prof. Wooten has been
absent tor two years taking a poet gradu
ate course at Columbia college for the
degree of Ph. D., and now returns to take
his old poHltton as professor of botany III
the Agricultural college at Las Cruces
Mrs. C. T. Jorduu Is the wife of the presi
dent of the college, and has jimt returned
from her old home In Virginia, where she
has vlelted during the pant suniiner,
Mrs, L. T. Delaney, the proprietress of
the Canity Kitchen; .Mrs. (Inks, the mill
iner, and Misses Kthel and Grace Fish,
compOHed a party who li ft tor the eaxt
Iset night. The Misses Finh will . join
their father In Kaunas City, and Mrs.
O iks and Mrs. Delaney will go to Omaha
and take lu the expoiltion tor a few
weeks, after which Mrs. Oaks will leave
W. R. WHITNEY. Vlte-Prealdent.
Glassware. -
SALE OF
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Hoods
for Chicago and New York to lay In her
slock of fall inillliierr refore returning
to this city. Yi hlle she la away her store
will be In charge of Miss Kate Marlott
and Mies Jane l orl ett. a Orel class trim
mer, who recently arrived from Mt. Ster
ling. Ky.
Sheriff Hnhhel! to day received a letter
from Sheriff Klnsell of Santa Fe county,
iiotl'jliig him of the escape from jail ot
K-eqiilel ( ano, the man who Is charged
with the murder of lila (ilegim de Warn
lu Santa Ke a few weeka ago. and i tier
ing a reward of fS, for hla capture. As
( ami's relatives live In this city, It Is
thought probable that he has alreatv
been here and left.
A free concert will lie given at the Or
chestrion hall to-morrow night, and
evervhoily In invited. Superintendent
Trimble would be pleased to see a big
cowd present, as hs has promised some
extra uue miisio.
School Shoes!
School Shoes!
We have just received the
Largest and Most Complete
Line of SCHOOL SHOESj
ever brought to ths city.
Here arc a few of tt prictu
SIZES-
O to 8, - - 78 Cents.
9 to 11, --80 "
1 1 to2, $1.00
Thru Short art made of Brat
Grain Leather with Solid Sole Lealhrr
inner tolt and counter. Here arc
olhrr prices oi School Mioet, which
will teem high totomr, but by lu the
cheapest for you to buy.
5 to 7X, $1.25
8 to 11, --- 1.40
5 7tfto2 2.25
Thete thoet ire made of hat Kan
garoo call with tolid tote leather tipa
and Hitched with three rowi ol aillc.
and are warrar.led not to rip. We
will give you a new pair FREE OF
CHARGE lor any pair that will not
give tatitlaction.
. c'lWIFIl & fll
vvvrryvv vvvvvvvvvvt
J ' C. n nt UMiv. w T i
McCormiek
Mowing
Machines,
Rakes and
Reapers.
Gil fill
SEE THEM IN
t iti y.t jti
?tf ; i
At
it: -! ,!t
' '4
We Guarantee Them Worth
$1.60.
SlflON
THE RAILROAD
FIRE SALE
OF ILFELI) BROS STOCK OF
CARPETS,
Curtains, Rugs, Matting,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line I
In older to mako room for our new
stock we will sell everything left of
the above goods, which we purehnsed
of llfeld Uros. at prices never heard of
before,
MAY &
Qold Avenue.
Jas. L Bell & Co.
DKALhKS IN
Stsple and Fancy Groceries,
& lit.
1 ' S. . S "
TBI FRUIT SEAS0S
in It. I.t'iiiht nnw, and ymi can't liavr too ninrh
flint lifli It. A 1 In quality, like till watrr
iiit'lnna. i iirranta, lf rrlra, liananitH. rtc. Mif arv
iikw M.lma-at vrry low prii t-a. riner mrlon.
ii.tn our. wt-rv rt-vt r uruwn. I'tit-y'tr a It-aat
fin all who jiirrtia.i' Ihf 111. I) 'n't forut't IKat
Ihf limt m-.iiiiii' unllitf anil tli.it runiniiii i.tlir
Iiml onli-i tit tlie tiay. Now I. the tun- to lay
111 a .tore fur ni-Kt winter, hunt :iu't he tiel
irrw init-e. lower than you'll lind at our .toie
tlua week.
To-llay'a llarialn. al tlia fair.
HeMt dlppt'rw or Uilltri inly Ce.
iinlor WHNhlNiHrdH only lif.
'Jj ewitM ai-rnh hniHhee Ifie.
h'mui'li nail and tooth brunliKM, worth
iloiililn, to day only V1.
l.ruH heavy dwh paiiH 2'ic.
Superior covfml bread ratMura Me
Alitnka Ht't, pi'kiT, nliovel, lifter and
lire tongH only 7..
THK KAIK.
113 South Klrxt Htrwt.
Vrr 0u.A!r Courcrt.
The Kirnt Iteglnient hand will give a
free open-air concert at the corner of
HiH-ond etreet and (iold avenue, at 8
o'clock Saturday night. Here la the pro
gram: Marrh 'tiriUulloHo" Ilfrt t.. HllllligH
.ilii -"'I tinny Culkiie" ... Jean M. Miuuil
t irMlul Selei ttnn --"l.a I rn lata" enll
Meilliy Oveituie -"A i,ay lihl liny"
I. ll. lie Witt
Waltt -"Lobelia" Lauiemleau
hotlilKiie -"And Her (iulilt-n 1 1 air llanyilig
liiiwn Her H 11 k"
W. II. Marklr.
Two-Step "t in ie Keniu.".... .Marvin llean
Niroi. In Mai mi. I.ea.lrr.
Jam a Kumkmu. Manaytr.
A lot of luHt Reason's union auita to
be cloned out for 2.'c
2 pouuiltt gooil, cIchu cotton hattnu . . i.v
A lot of Very neat hmntkercli'fn, each Tic
"American Lady" coretn tiW
TlIK Mi.K.
Hankln haa uv.ral ot lh tal raDrhra im
Ilia territory auil m uuuiticr uf aUgaut raal
iIuim In Ilia city fur aala.
J. Moore Clayton, HradHtreetV elllclent
manager lu thin city, returned last iiluhl
from an extended vixit lu New Vork aud
Tl glula.
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mil
m
Of the proper style in
neylijjft's would he follv,
when m- itre felling llic
must t'.iuiMitf Mddnia.,
pitjne, iiml fliinni'l sliirts,
checks, stripes unit the
prettiest pattern! ;it such
a low li'tirc.
m
0 r Slrck of KfL'd
FurDiogs Is C.mplste
AND UK. II GKADK.
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OUR WINDOW!
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P
STERN,
AVENUE CLOTHIER.
P
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FABER,
Next to Citizen Office.
WM. ZACHARIAH,
CONTR4CT0R AND BUILDER,
WIIKKLKH'S OLD SHOP BKTWKKN
OOLD ANO SILVKR' AVKM'K.
l.ookrt repulrril, kvy umile and all kind
of repairing done.
Always Goods People
Wantj Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
out a S
95 Cents.
...SATURDAY SPECIAL...
X "I t f t t t t t r " 1 f f f f f 8 f 4 t f "t" f , t" f t f t f r f "t X
lioy's Shirt Waists, sizs 4 to 14, only ... fe.
Hoy's Wasliublo Pants, sizes 4 to 14, only - - 10c.
Hoy's Gymnasium Shoes, only . - - - - 'Joe.
Hoy's Heavy Black Hose, "Tho Ironclad," only - lk2c.
Hoy's Windsor Ties, o for 10c.
Hoy's Caps, only 10c,
Hoy's Suspenders, only 10c,
BOY'S SCHOOL SHOES.
(J. H. Lewis ''Wear llesister,") Spring Heel Hutton,
5 to 71 only - - 85c, 8 to 11 only - - !)5c.
Ill to 12 only - - $1.10.
v; 4. .J. j. .( 4. j ( j . j. j , g . j. j. .j, t j, .j, iri;
A. J. MALOY,
DEALER IN
Staple
and Fancy
nn
lit
AO KMT KOK
0LUH HOUSE
Mono
BELIS SPUlN(iS
The
118 Railroad Ave.
-sTT"aoniji
BACI1ECIU. hSTABLWUKD lass.
Wbolraale
Liquors, Wines,
Cigars, Tobaccos
BAR SUPPLIES.
Hcneral Agents for W.J. Letup's St. Louis Beer.
ELEGANT KETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AM) NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Pricea Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BAGHECHI & GlOiVil,
Proprietors,
107 4 109 Son!h First Street, - Albuquerque, N. M.
iff
ftm JJ
E. J. POST & CO.,
BUCKEYE MOWEBS.
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomai Alt-Stecl
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebtker Wagons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
Think of It! Bujrlnir laillen' Hlilrt
waht at K)r; IiuIIkm wiiiir lwvs vmta at
2n, chllilreu'a tan or hliti-k HtorklnirH at
:tlo, onljrUib Iiml at the (JoMkq ltule
Ory (iuotta company.
Oh, Dot You are not looking thin. All
that you nted in a elnan ehav. Go to
Halm's baronr hop, N. T. Armljo bulld
liiK, ami Ret the hHt.
Ladle' lnathr bulls, worth 50c, at 3e;
holta worth 65o at ZOo each. KoHenwald
Hros.
Lamp aud trimmers. Whitney Co.
"It i U 1
lillj UUlJjJDll llu J j
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
HIES.
OAIYED G0003,
to Initial,
CREAMEUY IUJTTER
Fiinioiis).
Albuquerque, N. M.
W. UIOMI.
Dr alrr. In
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to ret it filled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drugs, bring t 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
the country.
Our prewrlptlon cnuntrr always In charve of a
graduate ot pharmacy.
J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO.,
DRUQU1STS.
BOLLE1VS
809 Topper Ave.
Horuahocing a Specialty. Wagon Repair
ing and all Other Kindt of Blackamith
Work Guaranteed.
Agents For
STAHOiBD PmERflS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
(IF
BLACKSMITH
SHOP

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