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TliK DAILY CITIZEN
ALW ijl M yi K. SKIT. 12, 11
My in.-dr ii no irutii Chase A
Sanburn we arc au'h irized to sell
lava and Moth C flee at the
45-teDt lofTt-c at . .40 centa.
40-cent lullt e at. . .35 cents.
35-cent tulTee at. . .30 cenU.
30-cent ioft t it ... 25 cent.
5ent coffre at ... Jo cents.
114 1. Railroad if., llboqne.rqni, I. 1.
MQNLY 10 LOAN
On piano. flrt oliv fnrnltnra, etc,
without rn firal. Aim on diamond,
walohm, Jewelry, life Insurance poll
dm. Iruxt ilwta or an; (food seeur
ltj. Terms very moderate,
tog Bonth Second etreet, Albnoner
fjne, New loo, next door to n errt
ern Union Telegraph office.
B. A. SLEYSTEK,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOKS It A 14 tKOMWKLL BLOCK
or 10 cnt dime.
Liae your thtrt I nun dried
A ad bom) oo urn.
At tfcc Ajbvqverqie Steam Uifidrj.
0rr OmI and and t.
JAT A. DUBBS, Proprietor,
Headquarters (or Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season , , .
Freeh Fish and Droned Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street
CALL AT THE
Low Price and Courteous Trtainttiit.
Painter and Paper Hanger.
209 EAST RAILROAD AVE.
Hie Albemarle House,
. M. SMITH, I'MoraiiTO.
The llonae hs Jnnt W'D Renovated sad
Newly r a'lilxued.
Flret rIaMM bed mi l airy rooms.
Splendid looiua for light bouaekeeplng.
119 COLD AVE.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
205 Wot Go'd Avcnu next to Ftnt
Hei and Second Hand Furniture,
STOVES AM HOtJSEHOLB COODS.
Repairing- a Specialty.
Furniture Mortal mid packed fur shl jv
nient. Highest prices paid (or second
hand hniiwliolil gitalin.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 8. Second 8t
Beat ou Cann.
1 hava gat tha S tmnt cib tows l
tak ana. -Uavlvf .a lb Cor.r.-
Call Haukm for hI aaaata ar laaar
kaea. Haom , M. T. Armlja balldlag.
Pianos tor reut. Vt hltney Co.
Carpeutera' tools. H hltney Co.
20i touth Firat atreet for new furni
ture. Plcturs frames made to order. Whit
An up-to-date new bicycle at Futrelle's,
Merchauta' lunch every morning at the
Beauty plna. In plain and jeweled.
Carpets at lire rale prices. Way & Fa
ber. Hi Uold avenue.
Ths New Mexico Collection Agency col
lecta. P. u. box 'A.'i.
F'or lacee and embroideries at half
price at U. Ufeld & Co a.
Ingrain carpet aud mattings at bot
tom prioen, at Futrelle's
Hlgheet price paid for genUr clothing
at Hart's, 117 Uold sveuue.
We will furnleb your houee on ths In
etalliueul plan. M hiluey Co.
Table linen, sapkins and towels tn
great variety, at May . Faber.
The bext aummer fuel la Cerrllloa nut
coal; i:zit per ton. Hahn&Co.
Lateet etylee In men's Ooodyear welt
shoes at S'i.uU at the (ireen Front.
Men's, youth'andchlldren'aclotlilug for
lea thau ball price at B. llfeld & Co .
Bend your tough accounts to ths New
Mexico Collection Ageucy. Automatic
The treeheet stock of staple and fancy
rrooerle are to be fouud at Bell 4 Co. 'a,
None but the het artlHts employed at
llahu's barber ehop, N. T. Aruiijo build
ing. Bath Ifco.
Look Into Kleluwort' market on north
Third street. He has ths nloaet treeh
meats In ths cltv.
Freeh vegetable, fruits In seaaon,
poullry and ataple groceries, at Bell 4
Co. 'a, beooud street.
Mr. 8. F. Craig be returns! to the
city after a vImi to her daughter, Mr.
Wm. Laue. of Vthite Oaks.
J. M. Moore, real eetate, luauranca,
loan, niuuaifer Albuueriue Alwtract Co.
New phone, !i.'2. 121 bouth tiudtret.
For Bale mo ilKh grade French
Merino ewe at t'i Ml per head, delivered
at War fa, Tela. A'tilrwa L. K. Tiguer.
Alhuquerijue, care of Kuropuan hotel, or
Tiguer Brue., Marfa, Texaa.
D. C. Hobart. of Hiker city; George L.
rirlrk, of u'ui'n Oik, aud Thus.
Hug tie, of this ell;, member ot ths ler-
rltortal hoard of equalization, were pa,
eetitier tor rtanla K lal ntghl. lri
IxiMril convened m iIih riaal to-day, and
win pr, hehij b In aaxninn eeveral day.
an 11 1 mi ik wroiu 1 expecting a
vinii Imiii mi Manilla hiaeiy, of
lopeka, who aiiiiiiid amve hare to inor
row mght. Alter a iw flam' ataj In
tlua cii), atiMi bukntiy will oontiuu to
liuora, where alia will Yimt bar
aU er, Mr, a. U. Holt.
Mr. W. T. atotralght will leave for
Deuver till" t veiling, where he will vihii
tor a tew nay, and tneiice coulliiue eaet.
Sue win mtiru lu I now (or the tertilo
itai f.r, bunging aiouaj witn her a tlue
aidik ot la,l ar-u wiiilu millinery.
Me have JiinI received avittut &UU clill
drm , youmn' and bo' sua, wiin kiite
anil long Iroiiaer, lu a Taut mwoitinciit
01 cioiiiK and paurriia, to ault ail ttaiil.
Me b unlit k lit-111 t'licap; we will veil
tin-in clirap. rumiiin 1'rwt,
UirM Clara Olneu will H(fiid litr vaca
tion of a Ikw Wri-an witlil iiicsko filriiila,
she Iitiii for the uoriu naturda;
IHKtit. aiif(liHfU la tlir HIIoikiiI ntf nog
rm.iirr at the local ollk-e ol the hijuilable
Lite Aiwuraure aut'lftj.
A complete line of ladlnt' One alioee
jimt rerxived at the drpeu ftrouthhoe
atore, a 1 wo a nice Hue of rhudrxu'i aohwd
Rhoee front boa, to (I 2b. llitvm ahuna
are maile 17 the beat nianufacturen In
liealera to HmlugVon typewriter, the
ataudard typewritra of the world. Cau
rnipply bUHiueaa otlloaa with eipirlcnped
veuoKrapliere to DU pwrruareut and tem
porary poMtttoua, a. snort notice. Ualin
Deputy fulled SUlea Uaralial J. J.
8hernlau, who cams In from the aoulh
on the delayed paaneiiKer yeelerday
nioruiiiff, waa aoooinpainwl by hla wile.
I hey aie rrgiatered at the Hturgae Kuro
pean. Hon. Alejandro Sandoval. V. S. Mlera
and othera, who vlHlted the Horticultural
fair at Mania Fe, have returnad to the
city. They all elate that the display of
Iruita aud vegetables waa aplendid.
Hon. Antonio Jueppli pawed through
the city for Tsoa laxi night. He had
been at Hoawell, where he placed hla aon,
Antonio Jom-ph, Jr, aa a cadet In the
New Mexico military academy.
T. L. Kvber. well-known In thl city
and other town in the territory, haa aold
out hla aoda water work at n Inalow to
Booth A Co., aud expects to return to
thl city lu a few daya.
The beet place for good. Juicy iteaas
and roaets aud all kinds of meat, kept
In a tl rat elaaa market, at Kleluwort a,
north Third street.
W. V. Kutrelle, 2X south Vlrat street.
Is having a tins aale on new furniture
and haa ordered another aeeorted car
load for fair week.
There will be a primary department la
connection with the Albuquerque Kin-
pxrearten. Children In dm aud second
A new aaaortment of pompalour
oomln, aide comb, hair ornament, hair
net. Jimt received. Hoeeuwald Hros.
It eoHts uothlriaT t) place an account
fur collection witu the New Mexico Col
To exchange, gramophone, alnioet new,
fur bicycle or shot gun. C. K. Uarrleon,
8oorro, N. M.
The cleaneatand beet appointed barber
4hop Id the southwest llahu's, N. T. Ar
Wm. Date, the traveling engineer of
the Hanta Ke 1'aclUc, la at the Kuropean
from V Inalow.
A complete line of potted meats and
Ixllcacies for luncheons and picnics, at
Wanted Situation as cook tn I10UI or
private family. Addrees, A. V. Citi.kn
Krneat Bloom, the Las Vegas stock
buyer, Is regleiered at the Kuropean.
Kor meu'a.ladlee' and children's hosiery
at nau price at it mriu a 10 s.
Board and room at Ze'ger ranch. Kor
Information call at this olllce.
A big line ot men's working gloves at
1 1 a pair at ins ureen rrout.
Blankets and comforter, new and
treeh goods. May A Fatter.
J. B. Manby. the Trluidad, Colo., stock
oarer, again la the etiy.
The neweet thing out, lad lea' metal
collars. UoeenwHld Bum.
Ladias's Goodyear welt fins ahoes at
f J 00 at the Ureen Front.
New fnrnlture cheaper than second
hand at Futrelle's.
Rtove repairs for any stove made.
(18.75 for a flus new sewing machlus
at rutrelle s.
Window ihades from 15c and np at
Flne china and g lane ware.
Crockery and glasewars. Whitney Co.
Lamps aud trimmers. Whitney Co.
Shrlaar Maatlag Tu-nl(lil.
There will be an important buineee
meeting or Hallul-Abyad Iemple A. A. O
N.M. 8. thl Monday evening at T:HJ In
Maeonle hall on Third street. Noble
are urgently requested to attend. Frauk
ir ran wast raal aatata or laaaraiica, nail
ou HanklB, Room , N. T. Aruiijo ballllo(.
W. HliSSIILDEN, President.
SHELF AND jjHEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
K.ll Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
OITICn AND SALHSKOOMS, ai7-jio S. Second Street.
WORK5MOPS mid MHAVV HAKDWAkE, 113-117 S, I'lrat Street.
We need room, :f'Z
for our new ntock of woolen Drenn (mk1h, which
will noon bo arriving. We havri now an iin
lnt'iiH! ntock of Drcns (Joods on hand and must '
nvliict' name. In order to attain tliis end we
will rell these poodft nt almost unhelieveable
WIIKN we say, Drenn (JoimIV HarKainn, every
Inwly known that we mean Drenn GocmI'h Bar
Kainn in the full nenne of the word. We have
tnado these nales the talk of the town before,
we are determined to cap the climax with this
Of vJf 3f vS8 i8
THIS SALK in to he one of mutual benefit
and interest to the public and ourselven. A
benefit to the public in receiving their I)resn
Uoodn at just about one half their actual value.
A benefit to un in disposing of same, for reasons
above mentioned, althouxh at or below cost.
We know we can interest you. Avail youraelf
of this t)jM)rt unity!
Mail orders filled same day as received.
THB CITT IN BRIEF.
Pcrssaal ana Gcaeral rsrsgrspBi Mcked
Up Here and There.
J H. Dicker, of Karma City. Is In the
city, stopplog at Bturges' Kuropean.
R. T. Towner and wife, of Canton, Ohl
and W. K. Fletcher and wife, ot Kl Fao,
are among the Hotel Highland arrival,
C. R. Moore, who I operating out In the
Hell Canyon district, I In the city and
has his name on the (iiand Central regis
ter. VI Klola Aruiijo arrived Saturday
evening, after epemtlng the auniuier In
Colorado Spring, Mauitoii, Deliver aud
Salt Lake City.
M. M. Crulmi left lait nitflit for Knat
Cltv, where ha will meet Mr. I'rul,
ami after a vlelt of a few days buth will
retnrn to the city.
Wm. Jenk, superintendent of the Ta
ble Mountain Copper company, at Mm
moth, A. T, 1 expected to vlnlt Albu
querque lu a few day.
Al. Codington, deputy I'nlted State
mrhal, came in from tha territorial
capital lat night, aud continued south
to Las Crocea thl morning.
Ml Alicia I). Hulihell, the pretty
daughter ot Mr. Sidney Hubbell, left
laet night to reeuuie her etudies at the
iMltatiuu convent of St. Ixmls.
Ths Albuquerque bsee ball player re
turned fioiu Banta Fe laet balurday
night with two victories and two de-
feata, the Banta Fe club winning the laet
gam by a score of It) to 11.
Prof. John P. Owen and bis daughter,
Mies Florence Owen, returned to the city
lat Friday night, the former from Katou
and th latter from a vlmt among rela
tives and friend In Penneylvanla.
Col. R. H. Oreenleaf, the Albuquerque
territorial game warden ot the territory,
has received a letter from the national
Uh commlHNioner, that a large couxign
ment of young trout and bae will he
xent to till territory within the next
J. J. Leeeon, New Mexico's commis
sioner at the Omaha expoMltlon, spent a
few hour In thl city Saturday night on
his way hone to Socorro. The object of
Mr. Leeeon's preteut vlmt to New Mexico
Is to aecure fruit and vegetables for a
display at the expoeltlon He say an
effort Is being made to have the New
Mexico day at the exposition changed to
a later date so a not to com during ter
ritorial fair week. He expect to get a
on cent a mile rate to Omaha on that
occasion, which would euabls a large
representation from the territory to at
tend. Delegate II. B. Fergusson went to
Washington lent night on a two fold
mission. In the Urst place he will en
deavor to get the laud department tn
Chang it ruling that the territory must
Fiay regular land olllce fee to get the
and donala I to it by congress, which
W. R. WHITNEY, Vice-President.
would smonnt to sbont $17.nii0. Mr. Fer
guson maintain that It wa not the In
tention of congrexa that this land should
col the territory a eent and he propose
to Iny the matter before the president
Ths second object of his visit Is to make
known ths wish of ths New Mexico vol
unteer In Col. McCord's regiment, who
want to lie mustered out ot the service
now that the war Is over.
"Mir Kuby," the fins trotting mare ot
nr. ana sir. 11. 1,. Keaggy.ha been pur
chased by lleury Hrockmeler. "Mies
Kuby," a few year ago, wa great
ravorlte with the Alhtiq-ierque public in
the annual trotting events at ths fair
grounds, but fur the past two rears or
more Mr. Keaggy has Used her solely a
a ouggy mare.
C. F. Waugh, the popular manager of
Hi Albuquerque house of (irons. Black
well 4 Co., returned to the city last
.aturdar night, after a visit to Bauta Fe
aud Laa t egas.
Jack Whit and farallr will rsld.
hereafter In Bland, where hs become th
engineer at the Bland mill. They left
for the Cochlti district last Saturday
A. A. flrar.t, after spending a few day
In Albuqiieroue, left for Calfornla last
Saturdav right. II expects to return In
time to take tn the territorial fair.
L'on llertirg, ths young merchant of
I.o Luna. I In the city. lis will leave
thl evening for New York, where be will
A CORNER LOTS W
K ...U1V1U iVWiVX ...
Jjj Slvcr Avenue and 6th, 75x142.
Fourth Street and Nw York Ave.,
Coal Ave 100x150. Next to Rail
M Houif, 6 Roomt, Four Lot, Fruit,
'J 171 If A. a Y
wwiri; T cry nunciivf rucif
METCALF & STRAUSS,
J. C. I I.Ol'kNOY, Sec. & Trees. I
DUCING Tha I ahal thai tlandi for
C00J Uottilnf .
115 Gold Avenue.
GRAND FILL HE
Of Carpets, Matting,
I inoleum, Curtains,
We 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 Liiuj
of Above Goodi and our prices MEAN A BIG SAVING
as comparer with the figures usually quoted by com
' Everything; left of ILFELD BRO'S. GOODS will be closed
"Kire Sale l3rices!
Jas. L. Bell & Go.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
TBI 71 PIT IIASOI
In Ita hrtirht no., and vim ran't hav. i,mi mnrh
fruit when ita A 1 In quullly, like the water-
luviona, turrama, uerrlr., ualianaa. CU'., we are
now aelllna at verv low urlrea. Oilier melon.
ttiao our. wer. never arowa. They're a ft-a.t
for all who pun haae tliein. Don't forget that
the fruit ae.MMi'a aolng and that canning lath.
Ilrat order of the duy. Now la the time to lay
In a atore fo heat winter. Kruit can't le let
ter or pi He. lower thau you'll laid at our More
Hankla haa av.ral or tha b..t ranch. Il
th t.rrltory and a numliar or .l.faut raal
dancaa lathaelty furaal
llrllllanl Stove Full.h.
No ni 111 ii k, no dut, no emell. Cau be
ned on a hot or cold stove. By mall for
10 cent per box or three bole for ita
G. K. Dknny, Old Albuquerque, N. M.
Bert Jones and wife have arrived in
ths city. Mr. Jone U ths well known
a id popular baee ball pitcher, and played
a portion ot the preeeut seaeou
with the Cleveland, Ohio, league
team. lie will awlnt Alliuciinrgue
to win the llrnt prise at ths territorial
J. W. kialette, clerk at Simon Stern's
clothing Htore, is entertaining his father,
W. W. M alette, who ha Juxt arrived from
a visit to hi soil, t'harlee. In Dakota,
lbs senior Is a prominent New Yorker.
Division Superintendent J. K. Hurley,
in nis private car no. h, cams in from
lbs north laet night and continued aouth
to 8an Marclal thia morning.
Hon. T. B. Catron, ths talei.ted Santa
Ke lawyer whi wa at La Cruce at
tending court, pawted up the road for
Bauta Ke laet night.
tt W. Park, the well- engineer on the
8anta Ke I'aolllc, came In from ths weel
laet Haturday night and regletered at ths
Ths faintly ot Dr. TaHcher, who enjoyed
the summer among eaxteru relative, re
turned to the city laet Saturday ulght.
8. A. Matthew, the well known Santa
Ks railway otllulal at William. I at the
Hlurge Kuropean to day.
Kred Otero, who wa np north on IiuhI
nesa, returned to the city laet night.
Our Fall styles of clothing to you, It Is with the fullest tonfl
deme that we can gratify every taste with ease from this
truly metropolitan stock of ours, whether Prince Albert or
sack or cutaway, whether in worsteds or cheviots, plain snd
fancy; tweejs, twills, w hlpcorjs, homespuns, or In combination
effects-single or double breasted from sles )i to 46. It's
Next to Citizen Office.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
WHKKLKR 8 OLD 81I0l BKTWKKN
COLD AM) 8ILVKR AVKNCK.
Looks repalreil, keys inuile anil all klml
of repairing done.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Re
We have secured the entire stock of ''The Wonder," consisting of
Dress Goods, Silks Notions, Lace and Cheneille, Curtains,'"
ladies' and Children's Shoes, Men's, Hoy's ami
Children's Clothing and Boots and Shoes.
The extraordinary low price and big wile, have kindly niiule h hole In the stock of "The Wonder," ami we will
try to have thl week excell the pretou two week and have cut the price lower limn eer. He only have one
more week to clueo out the bilunce of ths Htock of "The Wonder," and we will dine it out; ir the price
aud quality ever sell mrcliandie we are mire of hiicccs.
Last Week of -the Closing Out Sale
OF "THE WONDER."
iet the line of nwinia a add to tint the wottn '-.. only 41c.1
ti'll'n and nuking, com, .in- tie .uni ; u worth . 1 .'J.r on y lit.
totul with the.. prUr. en the mail up1:. v :, - -
artlile at priced llere. I ead follow niu llein-,c:iti-lnlh-; von in.tv
. , , , I Bud a tew llnua. wlu.-li iniete-i you.
Plain Colored Taft.tti. worth -7D fluid .. M,,' ,j l..hn,v
on'' Supi nrt. r. .only a I le
' 1 Hl.-a. h Uaina.k l.men.only jk.
I.adiea' I'Dili-r.klrl. worth 75c. only.... Sc. li.if ....
.. . L... . . , . UC.
oeaopresasi ueaspreaas 1 1
v, .. ,. ...
Xtra.ue. Bcod heavy quulity. only .Sc.
l.:i5 oul'y II. IS
Lace Curtain and
We only have a few odd pat lot ahov.
MIH k lelt whiihwtll he Bold n Haiti,
lea. of cort-
A. J. MALOY,
OLU H IIOUSK O.VXcVKl) GOODS,
Noun to I'iii:i1,
BELIS SPHINGS (JUEAMEUY HUTTEU
118 Railroad Ave.
0. BACHKCH1. K9TA BI.I8HKP !.
General Agents for W. J. Lcmp's St. Louis Hoor.
ELEGANT KETAIL DEl'AUTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside) Order. Promptly Attended to.
Price. Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
107 & 109 South First Street,
A GOOD ran
WILL HELP YOU!
Catch your train, or keep IhhIihw enniri'
nient promptly anil kivh you uiniriil Hiiti-i-rai'tioii.
We kwp alwnv on lianil tlie Ix-Ht
tliiiekeeiHT iimile, and furtlii'rninre we
know how to renalr tlu-ni when lln-y gtt
out ot onler. It liu lieen our life long
traile ami liiiHlne, anil we aetoire you wititt
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Watch bupector, A T. & S. F. R. R.
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebaker Wagons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
er of the Kio (iramle Irrigation ami Col
onization company will lie held at Kimhii
No. 2, N. T. Arniljo tiuildlnir, in the City
ot Albuquerque, on the third Tliurndiiy of
September. A. I). 1H'ji, at noon.
('HaM.KH K. tit ii.d, Secretary.
September 4, inns.
Auk our wrapper customer how they
Ilka our irniMln. Tha. will full n n.u.
are all right and "awfully cheap." They
bis cnrapnr uow uiuu ever, luatenwala
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
jCheneille Table Cover.
... .ill . irillLed. niilil- i ,1 Inn Ii.'ki ..,
i . .-.,.,. ,lu ,m v.
lot of frinm-d 'l.ioh-l'l ih. .Sc.
.. . . .,,,,,,..,.
Kaiu-y How. worth -Jo, . only....u c.
Ladle v r.ippt'ra. only Mc.
I.adiea' Outing Hinnc-I t'ra. per, only fOc.
illhlf Hleailu-d Oonirt Miinnel, only.. 5c.
1 1 mod uuainy shaker Flannel ,.nih il, .
I only i lCi
Hetli-r (Juahty Shaker H.oiiici Wi.rllill. '
I "nl 11
Albuquerque, N. M.
, N, M.
309 Copper Ave.
Honcthoting a Specially. Vagon Repxlt
log and all Olhtr Kindt of BUclumilh
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
1 M issea' Shoes.
hv to 'j. well worth tlr, oalv ate
y, , . , ,. .'
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r, . ,
' ' ' Pants!!
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Hi 'I-i go ti it v Je.iu.. Fain,. ,,),
1 1 O i, iuil' at
,,u Je.oi-r.oii-.. wotth 'J oo
Men's Fancy Shirts.
1 'fla. he.l i ,,1., ,,rl, ,,, - . ,,,
"lo-e out tl,,- lot only ,SC-