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Til L DAILY CITIZEN
8 KPT. 10, iff.
liy instH.tr.ou from L'hate &
Sanburn we a: au' h prized to scli
!vt And Mcclia Coffee at the
allowing pric; s:
45-tent 'offcc nt. . .40 cents.
40-cent toffee t. . .35 cents.
35-cent cortce at. . .30 cents.
30-cent colTon t. . .25 cents.
5-cent cofff e at ... 20 cents.
nn ft niiTMini
f t aiii'ii
111 I. Railroad It., ilbaqncrqae, 1. 1.
MONEY TO LOAN
On pianos, Bret-olae fnrnltnr, etc.
withont removal. Also on diamonds,
watohes. Jewelry, life lnsu ranee poll
elm. Trtwt deeds or any good secur
ity. Term wr moderate
100 Bonth Seoond street, Albnqner
qne. New Miloo, neit door to vVest
ern Union Telegraph ofUoe.
B. A. SLEYSTElt,
Aatomatle Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS IS & U CKOMWKLL BLOCK
or 10 cent dim,
tlar your ahlrt lauudrled
Aod bums oa luni.
At tfis AJbsquerqas Steam Lasndry,
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season. . .
Kreeh FUh and Dreseed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street
CALL AT THE
Law Prkas sad Courteous Tfcattmttat.
Painter and Paper Hanger.
OKDKHS SOLICITED. '
209 BAST RAILROAD AVE.
The Albemarle House,
J. U. SMITH. I'HoraiaToa.
The House tr.i Jnet been Renovated and
First clans bed and airy rooms.
Splendid looms ior light housekeeping.
319 COLD AVE.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
305 West Cold Aveou next to Pint
lei and Second Hand Furniture,
STOVES AD BOUSUOLD C00DS.
Furniture stored and pack! (or ship
ment, liigheet prices paid for second
baud hotiHehoid goods.
Sole Ac ear
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. S.cond St.
Bt on KanU.
I Av girt ta bat 5 oat i.ar la tow a i
laba.. "Mitrlaj w Ik. Urur,"
Call oa Haakla fur raal elal or laaar-
Mia V, . T. Arulju balldlu..
Ptanoa tor rent. Y hltuej Co.
Carpenters' tools. Whltuey Co.
2U0 south First street tor Dew furni
ture. Picture frames made to order. Whit
An up to-date new bicycle at Kutrelle's,
only f ii.
Picture trainee and room moulding.
Merchants' Inocb every morning at the
Carpets at tire rale prices, Hay & Fa
ber. lit (iold aveuue.
The New ilnzlno Collection Agency col
lects. P. 0. box 3iW.
For laces and embroideries at balf
price at B. llfrld & Cos.
Ingrain carpets and mattings at bot
tom prlcee, at Kutrelle's
Hlgheet prices paid tor gents' clothing
at Hart's, 117 Gold aveuue.
We will f uruUh vour house on the In
alallment plau. Y hltuey Co.
Table liueu. napkins aud towels In
great variety, at May X Faoer.
The bettl nuuiuicr fuel la Cerrllloa nut
ooal; i.25 per ton. Halm & Co.
Men's, youlh'eaud cblldreu'e clothing for
lena llmu bait price at B. Ufeid & Co s.
Call at the ilger Cafe this evenlug
and eaui,le wait of their choice iree
A, Bluipier &. Co., have junt received a
Dew luvoice of Ladlre aud brute bouee
Hend your tough accounts to the New
Mbiioo Collertiuu Ageucy. Auiumatlc
The freeheet Uek of staple and fancy
crooerlee are to be found at bell X Co.',
When you buy your ehoee of A. Hluipler
A Co., you g t gixjila Delected by experi
enced shoe uieu.
Nous but the beet artlnu employed at
Habu's barber ehop, N. T. Armljo build
ing, lialne tite.
Look into Kiel u wort's market on north
Third street. He baa tha u U)i t freed
mettle in Hie cltr.
Preeb regeUbles, frulta In aeaeon,
poultry aud staple groceries, at Bell &
Co.', beooud street.
J. U. Moore, real eetate, liiHiirance,
loaiiH, mauavr Alliui.uerque Almtract Co.
New phone, Ui. Vli btiuih 'iud Rlreet.
A irlvate, wrlliug to a fiteiid from
Port Whipple, computus bitterly of the
bill of fare. Among other tliluga he
sayu: "Our baker 1 a bird. 11 made
forty peach pla the other aay, and sash
pie bad one small perwh In It. He ma le
a miMak and got two petohee In one
pie. for which he was sent to the guard
Call at the Racket and look orer their
line of sample for suite anil panto.
I'rlcee marked under each sample In
plain figures so that yon can tell the
pile a well aa the saleeman. 811IU
(II and op; punts (. and up. Ws pay
exprerw. It. H. lloa-.rlght.
The hearing In the caee of Joee Nuanes,
the clerk of the board of school directors
at Harelaa, who U charged wlih the for
gery of school orders, which was to have
oouie up before Jnetloe KIMile this morn
ing was prwtpnueri by eomwnt of parties,
ouill next HaiuMay.
The small bridge on the road south of
the fair ground is in need of repair. As
there are good ford In the H10 Grande
south of the old bridge much trarel Is
paeeingover the nl In question nd
the bridge npon it should be put In good
oouulilou at once.
Dealers In Remington typewriters, the
standard typewriter of the world. Can
supply bueinees otllcea with experienced
stenographers to All permanent and tem
porary positions, at nort notice. 11 ahn
Mrs. Veneell and daughter, Mies
Mamie, who hsre been hers on a Tlelt to
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Johnson, returned to
their borne at Kan Marclal this morning.
Seine snd net fishermen should look at
tha law before dragging the Rio Urande
for fiih, or they win be likely 10 attract
the attention of the gams warden.
Rev. T. C. Seattle and wire, who spent
the summer st Chester. N. ., returned to
the city iaet night, being met at the de
pot by a large number o( (rleuds.
L. K. Tlgner, well-known and exten
sive sheep raiser of Marfa, Texas, is In
the city. He and associates have about
iiheep which are for sale.
J un Haudoval, the popular county
jailer, who was abseut on buHlnetn, re
lumed to the city lae night and was on
baud at the jail to-day.
Tha beet place for good, juicy steaks
and rrauta and all kinds of meats, kept
In a aret else market, at Klsluwort s,
north Third street.
W. V. Kutrelle, 205 south Piret street.
Is having a tins aals on new furniture
and baa ordered another assorted ear
load for fair week.
There will be a primarv department In
connection with the Albuquerque Kln-
pxrgarteu. Chlldreu lu Ort aud aeooud
A Phoenli bicycle, belonging to George
T. Contta, was stolen Iaet night while
standing In front of 8. Vann s jewelry
Quicks! A Roths Invite all their
friends to spend baturdav ulglit with
them at the Zelger Cafe.
II Costs nothing to nlace an aeconnt
for collection with the New Mexico Col
To exchauge. sramoDhone.almoet new.
for bicycle or shot guu. C. K. Uarrtson,
Socorro, N. M.
The cleaneet and beet aptolnted barber
shop In the southweet Halm's, N. T. Ar
If you wteh to spend a jolly Haturday
night be sure to call at the Zelger Cafe
A complete Hue of potted meata and
.li-licaclea tor luncheons and picnics, at
Wantfd Rltnation as cook In hotel or
private family. Address, A. V. Citi.kn
Ilorton Moore, attorney, who was at
Hanta Ke, returned to the city last night.
Kor men's, ladies' and children's hosiery
at half price at B. llfeid & Co s.
A big lius of men's working gloves at
1 1 a pair at the Ureen Krout.
Blankets and comforters, new and
freed goods. Msy & Kaber.
Ladies'a Goodiear welt fine shoes at
t'i 60 at the Ureeu front.
New furniture cheaper than second
hand at Kutrelle's.
Stove repairs (or any stove made.
J 18. "A for a flue new sewing machine
Window shades (rum 15c and np at
Kins china and glassware. W hitney
Lamps and trimmers. Whitney Co.
To th 1'ubllti.
Ws respectfully Inform the public that
we have moved our ouloee to the ware
rooms of Kleemann Bros , where ws will
henceforward deal In sheep and wool.
To those indebted to us ws wish to
stats that, having treated them with ut
most consideration and believing In
reciprocity, we request them to call soon
and settle, elw we will be obliged to
piece me accounts in me nana ot our
attorney with directions to bring suit.
Ili klu Bkoh.
NotlM to Marehaat.
All persons are rautloued not to credit
my wife on my account, as I will not b
repouelble for any debta coiitracttnl by
ber from this data. A. H. MaBTIN.
Bept. , IVM.
If f oa waat roal (star or lasarano, call
oa Saakla, Hmiin S, N. T. Armljo Itullrtlug,
W. HESSELDEN, President. W. R. WHITNEY, Vice-President. J. C. FLOURNOY, Sec. & Treaa.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OITICn AND SALESROOMS, 317-319 S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 S. I I rat Street.
We need room,
for our iicwHlock of woolen DresHUoo.!, which
will noon b nrriviiiK. We have now an im
mense ntock of Dresti (fooil.4 on hatnl nml must
reiluce same. In order to attain this end wo
will nell these goods nt almost unbelieveable
WIIKN we say, Dress (lood's Bargains, every
body knows that we mean Dress (rood's Bar
gains in the full Kenseof the word. We have
made these sales the talk of the town before,
we are determined to tap the climax with this
THIS SALK is to bo one of mutual benefit
and interest to the public and ourselves. A
benefit to the public in receiving their Dresa
(roods at just alMiut one half their actual value.
A benefit to us in disusing of same, for reasons
above mentioned, although at or below cost.
We know we can interest you. Avail yourself
of this opportunity!
Mail orders tilled name day an received.
THB CITT IN BRIEF.
rcrteeal aa General rarsgrspis ricked
Dp Here aad There.
Messrs. C. W. Ward and II. M. Varrell,
with Miner's Mand and Ma Hummers, vis
ited Camp W hitoomb yenterday.
Judge H. L. Warren and A. I). Me.
Mtllin, attorneys, who were at Knnta Ke
on legal busluees, retumtd to the city
Hon, The. B. Catron, ei delegate to
congrees snd a prominent attoiucv of
Santa Fe, wss a south bound past'iiger
Hon. Al jsndrn Baudnval and V. 8. VI
era, the former the county collector and
the hitter a big stock buyer, are vleltlng
daiita Ke to-day.
There will be pleuty of merriment at
the Xeigr Cafe this evening and the
cholceet of liquid aud solid refreshment
will be kept on tap.
T. J. Helm, the popular genernl agent
of the l)enver & KloU ramie, who was
west on buHlne-, Is hers to-day. He will
continue on to Santa Ke this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gelgoldt wlhh to
sincerely thank the many kind frlendx
and neighbors, who gave arwlstance and
sympathy during the llinesa of their
The regular meeting of the Men's
Christian union will be held In the A. 0.
I'. W. hall on Sunday at 4 p m. Uubject:
"Prayer." All men are earnestly re
quested to come.
The "Rough Riders'" reception com
mittee will hold no metliig until next
wek owing to the fact that uo Informa
tion can be obtained as to the time when
the regiment will be mustered out.
Mrs. George Campfleld and children,
with her sister, Mies Hanthorne, are ex
pected to return home this evening from
their visit to Ht. Louis and Chicago.
They have been abseut during the sum
K.A. Pearson, the well-known civil en
glneer and surveyor, who has been doing
some work for the Santa Ke road np In
San Miguel county. Is In the city spend
lug the day with his wife He will re
turn north this evening.
Judge Leland and family, who have
bsen at Santa Ks during the sessions of
ths territorial supreme court, of which
the Judge is an aesoclate member, passed
down the road for Hcerro Iaet night
The judge has been In y-tor health fur
Gov. Otero will do all lie can to secure
the attendance of Colonel Roosevelt at
the territorial fair, but has little hope of
success, as ths colonel is up to his eyes
In New York politics aud is mors than
likely to lie the nominee of the repub
lican convention, which meets In Sara
toga on ths 27th, ths day our fair begins.
Ths Doming Headlight says: "Mrs. A.
I). H hlteon, who Is here In ths interest
oftheWhiteon Music Co., of Alhuquer
0111 lor our
qne, returned yesterday from Rlncon
where ehe made a rash sals of a first
class organ. Mrs.Whltson will remain
here for several davs yet, as she is (Ullv
receiving orders for pianos and other
II m. T. A. Klulcal. ths popular district
Htioru-y. who wai at Santa Ke attending
His horticultural fair and the republican
territorial rxtitral committee, returned
ioth el'y lHt night. He slates that
ih dl"ila of trints and vegetable at th
fair Is the tinea he ever eaw In his life.
Hon. 8 l. Luiis, who wss at his home
at l.os l.unss the past few days, cams In
from ths south Iaet night and continued
"i to his ehep ranch netr Magilalena,
this morning. He expects to return
t the city about the tluis the
''Hough Riders" reach here from New
H. It. Nlekereon, general manager r (
C'e Mexican Central ral road, will ar
rive from the south this evening to en-
yij me nauoaili wun Ills son, Alden
Nickersou, who Is an ellldent stenog
inpher under Agent Trull.
One of the worst wind and thunder
it irnn In the history 1 f the city occurred
last nlg'it although Do damage was done.
In Die early portion of the evening the
nurota boreails win visible in the north
C. T O'Oowd and wife, of Arkansas
City, Kan , have rooms at the Grand Cen
tral. Mr. O'Djw I Is employed In the lo
csl railroad yards.
LOTS FOR SALE
Gold Avtnut and 7th, Corner 75x142.
Silver Avenue and btb, M 44
u 44 44 u M 44
For either Corner.
Third Stiect between Coal and
Huning venue. Ten Lota,
METCALF & STRAUSS,
vA-J T v
Thr. Utxl that .Knot for
115 Gold Avenue.
AT .aw It
GM! FALL BIG
Of Carpets, Matting,
Wo start the Fall Season with a
Most Tempting Offering of the
Season's Newest. Best and Most
We carry the Most Complete and Best Assorted Lines
of Abave Goods and our prices MEAN A BIG SAVING
as compArcn with the figures usually quoted by com
Everything: left of ILFELD BROS. GOODS will be closed
Kire Satle JPrices!
Jas. L Boll & Co.
Staple aod Fancy Groceries.
TBI riClT IIAS0
In It hrliilitriow. snd you can't havetoomurb
Iruit wlivn II. A 1 In quality. Ilk the w.ler
inelon currant., tierrlr., hananiw. rtc, e aie
now aplllnif at very low price., hlnrr mrlona
than our. wrnr nrver irnwD. They're frart
for all who purchaae them. Don't loriiet that
the truit M.iion'. voln and that cannin. I. the
Ituil oriler ol the ihty. Now la the time to lay
In a atore for neit winter. Fruit can't tie Itet
ter ur price, lower thau you'll tind at our .tore
Neat breast strap slugle bugg; liar-
Dees t! 00
A I collar aud hatue single buggv
harneee g 50
Killing bridles 7ft
Hreaet strap pads 30
Collar pads 30
Ws. Kikkh, Proprietor.
rtrt rtrt rirt
The Albtiqtierciie Anetlon Company
have just reoelved Uot patra ot the beet
ehoes kept lu stock by He human A Co.,
ths well known shoe" dealers ot Kauta Ke,
who recently burned out. Thee shoes
ars worth from J to but will be sold
at from AO cent to tl 00 per pair. They
are to be sold by order ot the board of
underwriters aud the aalewill only Iaet
for a few days. Doors will be ntien at
U o'clock aud two door keepers will be nu
hand to preserve order and see that
everybody gets walled on promptly.
Come early ami avoid the null.
Pol hK AlkxaniiKH, Manager,
21a Itallroad aveuue.
Haubla baa aavrl of Hi lt raaeh.. la
III tarriuiry aud a nuuirr of liiut rl
dBca la lb elty for Ml.
Ilrllltaal Hlov foll.h.
No mliing, no diiHt, no smell. Can lie
lined on a hot or cold stove Hy mall for
10 rents per leu or three Nixes for
G. K. iiENNY, Old Allimiuerque, N. M,
J Ml nhoes for men, all style toee, snd
els dilTHrent leather to el eel (rum at
Geo. C. Gatneley it Co., Itellalle Shoe
healers, lii south Second street.
1 '- jt
our Fall styles of clothing to you, It Is with the fullest confi
dence that we can gntify every tajte with case from this
truly metropolitan stink of ours, whether Prince Albert or
sack or cutaway, whether hi worsteds or cheviots, plain snd
fancy; tweeds, twills, whipcords, homespuns, or In combination
effects-single or double breasted from size ja to 46. It's
Next to Citizen Office;
CONTRHCTOR AND BUILDER.
VYHKKLKIV3 OLD SHOP BKTWKKN
GOLD AND 6ILVKR AVKM'K.
Urk. repaired, keys made snd al, kind.
fif rana rlnrf ilnno
Always Goods People
Wantj Prices People
Like and unmatched
Value. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
Wo have secured the entire stock of 'The Wonder," consisting of
Dress (Jowls, Silks Notions, Lace and rheneillc-, Curtains,"
Ladies and Children's Shoes, .Men's. Foy's and
Children's Clothing and Boots and Shoes.
The extiaordlnary low prices and big ealen, have kindly tnude 11 hole In ihe Ntock of "The Won l"r," 1111.I we will
try to have this week excell the previous two week and luive cut the prices lower tliuii eer. We only h;ie one
more week to close out the balance of the stork of "The Wonder," and we will clou, it out; if the prices
and quality ever sells iiitcIiiiihIIso we lire sure of Niu cesn.
Last Week of the Closing Out Sale
OF "THE WONDER."
(irt Ihe price rf nuterU'a a.l.l to llit the!
II It nil mid liiiikiiin. kiiii are tie aiiiu I
iim.ii wun iieMT piiir. in uie inai up
amde a. trii ed here. i
I'laln Co'.red tulftt a worth 1f
ODly l k5
I. a lie' l uiler.klrta worth Itic. only ... 4Jc.
Bedspread. I Eledspreads!!
X lia iie. ill "l lie .vy qtalily, only Sc.
Xtraale, be t r qna'ltj' well tilth
f i,.nt ouiy
Lace Curtain and
Chenellle) 1 ortere..
We only have (.- od.l ,,.,i -i.l.huve
ttiK k t-ll vtln. I, will ,
Ill reiard- ,
lea. lit Clint
- "TT 1
A. J. MA lo Y ,
and Fancy j
OLIT H IIOUSB UVNtfKl) GOODS,
Non to Ivu 1!,
HELI8 SPItlXfiS CltKAUKHY IUITTEK
118 Railroad Avi
O. BACH KOI I. KSTAHU.K.. IBS (1. UIOMI. s
(icneral Agcuts Tor V. 4. Letup's St. Louis llm r.
ELEGANT ItKTAIL DEl'AKTM ENT
OPEN IAY AND NIGHT.
Outalde Orders Promptly Attended to.
Price. Reasonable and Sati. Taction Guaranteed.
BAOHEGHI & GlOiVll,
107 4 109 Sonrb Fits! S'icei, - Alfcnprqiu, N. M.
A GOOD IViTCU
WILL HP YOU!
Catch your train, or kiep liiixliii-meiiKitri1-titentH
promptly and give y.m b-hikthI natis
taction. Ve ktM'p alwiivn on Imml the liit
timekeepers inu.li, ami furthermore we
know how to repair thi'lll when they get
out of order. It linn been our life long
trade and businertM,aud we assure you niiUh
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Watch Irupector, A, T, 4 S. F, R. R.
E. J. POST & CO.,
Wt Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Ripa'rs. ThomAj At!-Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebakee Wagons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
The annua' meet 1 11 a of the stor'kholil
ers of the Klo Grande Irrigation and Col
onization company will be held at Koom
No. 2, N. T. Aruiijo building. In the City
of Albuquerque, on the third Thureday ot
September. A. D. lH'.'N, at noon.
Chahi.kh K. Guild, Secretary.
September , Kn.
Aek onr wrs pper cuHtomers how they
like our goods. They will tell you thny
U. j J j I
bRY GOODS COMPANY.
Chsnellle Table Cover.
4 S. worlh nr.,-.. on'v 4V.
u -I. worth 1 .Jo on y JSt.
e.ii t. ll.'w iihj ueinsc.ri-liil: v; v. n in.ty
Mild U lr llili Inch II Iciest V ..ii
i'hlM', M w' and l.a.ii.-,' lie
Slipp rlel, .oll'y s I 1c
llleuch liuiiiit k 1. men, i.nly 3Jc.
Na kin't frmiied. mad. ut die uf
1 "" " "' soc.
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'lie.' l-ancy lloe, iinli only II c.
l.a.llffi' Wrapper, only 50c.
l.adlra' Hut UK Hmnel Wi.ippeiM, ii! 90c.
1 1 til f Hit 11. he. I Hum t Manuel, only Sc.
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Itrlti r I Juality M.akci I- .a, m l woltli I It
itlllV 11 c
Alb'iqiierqu, N. M.
' 809 Copper Ave.
Horwshocing a Specialty. Wagon Repair
ing and all Other Kindi of BUclumith
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
to 'J. well worth 1 or, inly...
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PanU ! Pants ! !
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